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This bibliography contains a list of reference articles and books that are mentioned in the book Text and Authority in the Older Upaniṣads. The Upaniṣads are a genre of philosophical and religious texts that flourished in India from about 700 B.C.E. onwards. There are hundreds of texts called Upaniṣads, all dealing with the same central theme: the identity between the cosmic force brahman and the immortal inner self of a living being, ātman. Texts entitled Upaniṣad have been composed throughout the Middle Ages and even into comparatively recent times.

Keywords: ātman; brahman; Upaniṣad



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