Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy ed. by Eli Franco (review) Anand Venkatkrishnan Philosophy East and West, Volume 65, Number 2, April 2015, pp. 604-610 (Review) Published by University of Hawai'i Press DOI: https://doi.org/10.1353/pew.2015.0039 For additional information about this article https://muse.jhu.edu/article/584822/summary Access provided at 25 Feb 2020 15:10 GMT from JHU Libraries BOOK REVIE WS Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy. Edited by Eli Franco. Wien: Institute für Südasien-, Tibet- und Buddhismuskunde der Universität Wien, 2013. Pp. viii + 388. Hardcover €40, isbn 978-3-900-27143-5. Reviewed b y Anand Venkatkrishnan Columbia University email@example.com Historiography has long weighed like a nightmare on the scholarly study of Indian philosophy. The early Hegelian approach to this study, which maintained that a his- tory of philosophy necessarily entailed a philosophy of history, seemed to have been replaced for much of the twentieth century by a studied indifference to history in favor of the abstract, fine-grained analysis of concepts. At particularly uncharitable times, one gets the sense that it was easier to close our eyes to the embarrassment of universalizing narratives, as though they could be conjured away in imagination. But the old ghosts remained: An Orientalist teleology that deemed the original expres- sions of
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