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We have a total of 276 Study Material available on GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) Philosophy. Browse the Study Material below by topics and subtopics. Numbers in brackets indicate the number of Study Material available on that topic-subtopic.

Classical Indian Philosophy (70)

Orthodox Systems: Sankhya (7)

Yoga (5)

Nyaya (8)

Vaisesika (6)

Vedanta (16)

Heterodox Systems: Carvaka (2)

Jainism (8)

Buddhism (7)

Upanisads, Bhagavadgita, and Dharmasastras: Philosophy of the Upanisads (7)

Dharma (4)

Contemporary Indian Philosophy (31)

Vivekananda (3)

Aurobindo (3)

Iqbal (3)

Tagore (1)

K. C. Bhattacharyya (2)

Radhakrishnan (3)

J. Krishnamurti (3)

Gandhi (9)

Ambedkar (3)

M. N. Roy (1)

Classical and Modern Western Philosophy (130)

Metaphysics (7)

Plato Aristotle Metaphysics - Question of Being (To on or Ousia) (7)

Evil and Existence of God in Saint Augustine (1)

St. Anselm (1)

Epistemology (10)

Ethics (11)

Logic (47)

Symbolic Logic (46)

Contemporary Western Philosophy (45)

Frege's Sense and Reference (5)

Logical Positivism's Verification Theory of Meaning (1)

Russell's Logical Atomism (4)

Moore's Refutation of Idealism (1)

Wittgenstein on Language and Reality (10)

Wittgenstein Picture Theory (2)

Wittgenstein Critique of Private Language (2)

Wittgenstein Forms of Life (2)

Gilbert Ryle on Systematically Misleading Expressions (1)

Gilbert Ryle Critique of Cartesian Dualism (3)

Husserl's Phenomenological Method (1)

Husserl's Philosophy as a Rigorous Science (1)

Husserl's Phenomenological Reduction (1)

Husserl's Inter-Subjectivity (1)

Heidegger's Concept of Being (Dasein) (4)

Heidegger's Being in the World (1)

Sartre's Concept of Freedom, Bad Faith & Humanism (1)

Merleau-Ponty on Perception (1)

Nietzsche on the Critique of Enlightenment (1)

Levinas (1)

Libertarianism (1)

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