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Krishna Rao Studies in Kautilya
Dr. M.V. Krishna Rao
Studies in Kautilya
Publisher Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers
1979 - viii + 171 Pages, Index, Bibliography.
Livro em bom estado de conservação, capa dura,coda1v-x6,escasso, não perca, saiba mais...
Kautilya's Arthashastra is generally accepted by historians as the theory of government put in practice by Chandragupta Maurya. Obviously, the theory worked; and the Mauryan Empire became the first kingdom to span the Indian subcontinent.
Dr. M.V. Krishna Rao's Studies in Kautilya is an objective and thorough examination of Kautilya's Arthasastra from the standpoint of his own age and society. Kautilya and Aristotle are found to have many identical views, which are opposed to Machiavelli's. Kautilya abhorred petty principalities and advocated a strong Empire based on righteousness. The emergence of the Mauryan Empire, which comprises practically the whole of the Indian sub-continent, attests to the genius of Kautilya as a Political theorist and practical statesman. Strict Economy of expression, adherence to discussion and judicious selection of Topics are the factors, which bring into bold relief the various interesting aspects of the Arthasastra in a book of this small size.
2. The Date of Kautilya and the Nature of his Genius
3. The Nature of Kautilya's Genius
4. Kautilya's State is 'Pluralistically Determined Monism'
5. Fundamental Aims
6. "The Prince" in the Political System of Machiavelli and Kautilya
7. The Swami in the System of Kautilya
8. The Principle of Omnipotence
9. The Vijigishu : War and Diplomacy
10. Kautilya's Conception of Law and Administration
11. Bureaucratic Government in the Arthasastra :
i. The System of State Aid
ii. Famine Policy
iii. Financial A ^ministration
12. Some Aspects of Arthasastra Society :
i. The Status of lower orders in Society
ii. Women in Arthasastra Society
13. The 'Tirtha' in Kautilya
Postado por 2008 às 12.7.11