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CHRONOLOGICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE WRITINGS OF
FR RICHARD V. DE SMET, SJ

By Ivo Coelho, SDB

This chronological bibliography makes use of both the Malkovsky bibliography (= M) and the Kozhamthadam bibliography (= K). It includes unpublished material, whether found in the JDV and DNC libraries or with individual students of De Smet. JDV = available in the Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth library; DNC = available in the De Nobili College library; DD = available in the Divyadaan library.
M = “A Bibliography of the Publications of Richard V. De Smet, S.J.,” in Bradley J. Malkovsky, ed. New Perspectives in Advaita Vedanta: Essays in Commemoration of Professor Richard De Smet, SJ. (Leiden: Brill, 2000) 165-178.
M.I = Malkovsky bibliography, I: Books
M.II = Malkovsky bibliography, II: Articles
M.III = Malkovsky bibliography, III: Reviews
K = Bibliography, in Job Kozhamthadam, SJ, ed. Interrelations and Interpretation: Philosophical reflections on science, religion and hermeneutics in honour of Richard De Smet, S.J. and Jean de Marneffe, S.J. (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1997) ??

1939

“Petite Histoire du Japon,” Collection Xavieriana (Louvain) 16/188 (1939):1-32. [M II.1.]

1944

“‘Le Cimitière Marin’ de Paul Valéry: Essai de Commentaire,” Nova et Vetera (1944):38-74. [M II.2.]

1948

“Soeren Kierkegaard’s Existentialism,” The New Review 28/8-9 (1948):85-97, 185-199. [M II.3 = K B.3.]
“A Note on Sankara’s Doctrine of Creation.” 1 June 1948. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 7-25. [= Vol. I.] [M II.3a.]
“Notes for a Sermon.” 1 June 1948. 2 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 96-97. [= Vol. I.] [M II.3b.]

1949

“Upadhyay’s interpretation of Sankara.” Kurseong, Ascension Day, 1949. 6 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 1-6. [= Vol. I.] [M II.3c.]
“Introductory Lectures to Metaphysics.” Lectures II-VI. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 27-31. [= Vol. I. p. 28 missing.] [M II.3d.]
“The Personal God of the Bhagavad-Gita.” 2 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 73. [= Vol. I.] [Actually 2 typed pages, though the running pagination counts it as only one. Could well be related to M II.136 below, which runs into just 4 pages.] [M II.3f.]

1952

“The Theory of Knowledge of Kanada.” Rome, 15 March 1952. 23 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 305-327. [M II.3g.]
“Jesus’s Message and Indian Thought.” Poona: De Nobili College. N.d. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 543-547. [= Vol. IV.] [Seems to be dealing with Brahmobandhav Upadhyaya.] [M II.3i.]
“The Doctrines of Hinduism.” N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 550-551. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.3j.]

1953

The Theological Method of Sankara, Doctoral dissertation (Rome: Pontifical Gregorian University, 1953). Limited roneotyed edition. [M I.1.]

1954

The Theological Method of Śaṅkara. Excerpta. Louvain, 1954. [M I.1a = K A.2.]
Notes on the Sāṃkhya-Kārikā. Ad mentem M. Ledrus, S.J. Cyclostyled notes for students. 64 pp. 1954. [M I.1b. Incorporated into M.I.5a as ch. 6.]
“Langage et connaissance de l’Absolu chez Śaṇkara,’ Revue Philosophique de Louvain 52 (1954):31-74. [M II.4 = K B.4.]
“The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute According to Śrī Śaṇkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas,” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress (1954):1-10. [M II.5. Reprinted as M II.6.]
“The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute According to Śrī Śaṃkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Paper to be read in December 195? Philosophical Congress, Colombo. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 5-12. [= Vol. III.] [M II.5a.]
“The Fundamental Antinomy of Śr[ī]Śaṃkarācārya’s Methodology.” Lecture given at Philosophical Association, 24 August 1954. 1 p. + 1 p. summary + 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 23-31. [= Vol. III.] [M II.5b. Cf. M II.9 below.]
“From Existence to Being.” (Review of R. Troisfontaines, De l’existence à lêtre: La philosophie de Gabriel Marcel). In The Clergy Monthly (April 1954):106-109. [M III.1.]
“From Existence to Being.” Review. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 1-4. [= Vol. III.] [M III.1a.]

1955

“The Correct Interpretation of the Definitions of the Absolute According to Śrī Śaṇkarācārya and Saint Thomas Aquinas,” The Philosophical Quarterly 27.4 (1955)187-194. [M II.6. Reprint of M II.5.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2).]
“Some Characteristics of the Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas.” Poona: De Nobili College, 10 September 1955. 2 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 340-341. [= Vol. II.] [M II.6a.]
“The Value of Astrology.” N.d. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 414-419. [= Vol. II.] [M II.6b.]
“The Point of Departure of Metaphysics,” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress (1955):211-219. [M II.7. Reprinted as M II.8.]
“The Point of Departure of Metaphysics.” Poona: De Nobili College. N.d. but probably 1955 or earlier.10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 13-22. [= Vol. III.] [M II.7a.]

1956

“The Point of Departure of Metaphysics,” The Philosophical Quarterly 28.4 (1956):265-271. [M II.8. Reprint of M II.7.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3)]
“The Fundamental Antinomy of Śrī Śaṇkarācārya’s Methodology,” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 2.4 (1956):1-9. [M II.9. Cf. M II.5b above. Also K B.8.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist,” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress (1956):191-197. [M II.10. Reprinted as M II.11.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist.” Poona: De Nobili College. N.d., but probably 1956 or before: cf. M 10 above. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 32-39. [= Vol. III.] [M II.10a.]
“Christian Religion. Scholasticism.” 6 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 328-333. [= Vol. II.] [To be dated 1956 or after, cf. citation of Gilson 1956 on p. 333.] [M II.10b.]
“The Sāṃkhya System.” In Latin. N.d. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 113-119. [= Vol. III.] [P. 119 in English, with title, “2. Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya,” with date 11 July 1956. [M II.10c.]

1957

“Saint Thomas Aquinas.” 6 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 334-339. [= Vol. II.] [To be dated 1957 or after, cf. citation of Gilson 1957 on p. ??] [M II.10d.]
“Remarks to Fr Panikkar Concerning His Bhāṣya on Vedānta Sūtra 1.1.2.” Letter of De Smet to Panikkar, dated 11 October 1957. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 552-554. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.10e.]
“Towards Re-Orienting Indian Philosophy: Hints from a Thomist,” The Philosophical Quarterly 29.4 (1957):237-243. [M II.11. Reprint of M II.10.]
“Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya,” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 3.2-4 (1957):135-156. [M II.12.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Elements of Permanent Value in Sāṃkhya.” Poona: De Nobili College. 1-13. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 120-132. [= Vol. III.] [M II.12a.]
“Persona, Anima, Ātman,” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress, part II (1957). [M II.13. Reprinted as M II.14.]
“Nouvelles de Poona, 1957, 3.” 18 November 1957. To relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Referred to as “Lettres de Poona” in the ToC to Part C. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 696-697. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.13a.]
Review of G. Patti, Der Samavāya im Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika System (Rome). In The Clergy Monthly Supplement 3.7 (Oct. 1957):297-298. [M III.2.]
“Gioacchino Patti, S.J. Der Samavāya im Nyāya-Vaiśeṣika System.” Review. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 40-41. [= Vol. III.] [M III.2a.]
[Translator.] G. Patti. “Transmigration of Souls in Hinduism.” An abridged translation of an article entitled “La trasmigrazione delle anime nell’Induismo,” Civiltà Cattolica 6 July 1957. Typescript, Collected Papers B, 527-536. [M.II.13b.]

1958

“Persona, Anima, Atman,” The Philosophical Quarterly 30.4 (1958):251-260. [M II.14. Reprint of M II.13.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Persona, Anima, Atman.” 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 42-50. [= Vol. III.]. [M II.14a.]
“Persona, Anima, Atman.” 6 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 56-58. [= Vol. I.]. [There are actually 6 pages, but the handwritten running pagination seems to have omitted every alternate page. This article seems to have been copied from the published text of M II.14, as indicated in fn 1 on p. 56.] [M II.14b.]
“Teaching Philosophy in India,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 4.2 (1958):85- 90). [M II.15.]
“Teaching Philosophy in India: A Report on the Work of the Philosophy Section.” 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 51-56. [= Vol. III.]. [M II.15a.]
“Missionary Tasks Ahead,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 4.1 (1958):3-14. [M II.16.]
“Missionary Tasks Ahead.” 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 60-70. [= Vol. III.] [M II.16a.]
“Missionary Mind and Missionary Tasks Ahead,” Lumen Vitae 13.4 (1958):727- 742. [M II.17.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“The Christian Meaning of Work,” The King’s Rally 35.5-6 (l958):727-742. [M II.18.]
“The Christian Meaning of Work.” Poona: De Nobili College. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 71-74. [= Vol. III.] [M II.18a.]
“The Meaning of Sacrifice,” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 8.9-10 (1958):296-303, 308. [M II.19.]
“The Meaning of Sacrifice.” Poona: De Nobili College. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 75-84. [= Vol. III.] [M II.19a.]
“Sankara’s Advaita or Non-Dualism,” Hinduism, A Course by Letter 18 (1958): 1-16. [M II.20.]
“The Great Hindu Theologies: 1. Shankara’s Advaita or Non-Dualism.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XVIII. 1 October 1958. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 85-95. [= Vol. III.] [M II.20a.]
“Sankara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vada). Chapter 4. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, no running pagination. [= Vol. III.] [Probably a partial revision of item 20a: cf. last line, p. 3: “Continued in the printed text, p. 5.”] [M II.20b.]
“Śaṅkara’s Non-Dualism (Advaita-Vāda). Chapter 4. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 632-634. [= Vol. IV.] [Probably a partial revision of item 20a: cf. last line, p. 3: “Continued in the printed text, p. 5.” Probably also the same as M II.20b.] [M II.20c.]
“F. Śruti and Divine Inspiration.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 635-638. [= Vol. IV.] [Religious Hinduism contains a section F in chapter 2 with the same title, by De Smet.] [M II.20d.]
“Sin and Its Removal.” 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 639-649. [= Vol. IV.] [Religious Hinduism contains a chapter 11 with the same title, by De Smet.] [M II.20e.]
“Omniscience in Christian Thought.” N.d. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 650-652. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.20f.]
“Notes sur les problèmes essentials de l’âme indienne d’aujourd’hui.” Poona 14: Pontifical Athanaeum. In French. N.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 653-656. [= Vol. IV.] [Note that the Poona number has changed from 6 to 14.] [M II.20g.]
“Rāmānuja’s Viśiṣṭādvaita or Non-Dualism of the Qualified Brahman, and Madhva’s Saviśeṣādvaita or Simply Dvaita (Dualism),” Hinduism, A Course by Letter 19 (1958):1-14. [M II.21.]
“The Great Hindu Theologies: 2. Rāmānuja’s Vishiṣṭādvaita or Non-Dualism of the Qualified Brahman.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XIX. November 1958. 11 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 98-109. [= Vol. III.] [Includes “3. Madhva’s Savisheṣādvaita or Simply Dvaita (Dualism),” pp. 7-11 = pp. 105-109.] [M II.21a.]
“Training in Spiritual Life,” Silver Jubilee Commemoration Volume, Nowrosjee Wadia College (Poona) (1958):1-11. [M II.22.]
“Training in Spiritual Life.” 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 133-139. [= Vol. III.] [M II.22a.]
Review of Gordon Leff, Medieval Thought from St Augustine to Ockham. In Notes on Islam 11.4 (Dec. 1958):153-154. [M III.3.]
“Gordon Leff. Medieval Thought from Saint Augustine to Ockham.” Review. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 140-141. [= Vol. III.] [M III.3a.]

1959

“The Secret of Christianity.” N.d. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 537-542. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.3h.]
“The Secret of Christianity.” [Marathi.] Rāma-taraṅg. 1959. [M.II. 3h1.. Cf. the ToC of the bound volume 73 / DES / PUB. 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Some Problems of Scholastic and Vedanta Philosophy.” Abstract of lecture given on 8 February 1959 at a meeting of Darshana Cakra, Shanti Bhavan, Calcutta. 1 p. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 142. [= Vol. III.] [M II.22b.]
“Śaivism and Śaiva-Siddhānta,” Hinduism. A Course by Letter 20 (1959):1-14. [M II.23.]
“Shaivism and Shaiva-Siddhanta.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XX. 1959. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 110/1-8. [= Vol. III.] [M II.23a.]
“Shaivism and Shaiva-Siddhanta.” Hinduism: A Course by Letter. Lesson XX. 1959. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 558-565. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.23b.]
“Method and Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas,” Bulletin of the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture (Calcutta) 10.10 (1959):217-224. [M II.24.]
“Method and Doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas.” 10 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part D, 32-41. [= Vol. I.] [M II.24a.]
“Parapsychology and Catholicism,” The Indian Journal of Parapsychology 1.4 (1959):164-177. [M II.25a.]
“Parapsychology and Catholicism.” 14 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 152-165. [= Vol. III.] [M II.25a.]
Review of R. Jolivet, Aux Sources de l’Existentialisme Chrétien, Kierkegaard. In The Clergy Monthly 23.2 (Mar. 1959):77-78. [M III.4.]
“Aux Sources de l’Existentialisme Chrétien, Kierkegaard. Par Régis Jolivet.” Review. 2pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 111-112. [= Vol. III.] [M III.4a.]

1960

“Theological Method and Vedānta,” Oriental Thought (Nashik) 4.12 (1960):20-35. [M II.26.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Theological Method and Vedānta.” Poona: De Nobili College. 13 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 167-179. [= Vol. III.] [M II.26a.]
“Philosophy and Science as Integral Parts of Wisdom,” The Philosophical Quarterly 33.1 (1960):31-39. [M II.27.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Philosophy and Science as Integral Parts of Wisdom.” Pune: De Nobili College. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 51-55. [= Vol. I.] [To be dated post 1958, cf. citation of Ladriere 1958 on p. 54.] [M II.27a.]
“L’activité philosophique au Pakistan,” Archives de Philosophie 23.3 (1960):402- 453. [M II.28.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“L’activité philosophique au Pakistan.” 60 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part A, 181-240. [= Vol. III.] [M II.28a.]
“Indian Catholicism,” The Examiner (Bombay) 111.39 (1960):490-491. [M II.29.]
“Indian Catholicism.” Letter to the Editor. 3 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part B, 241-243. [M II.29a.]
“Jesus’ Message and Indian Thought.” [Hindi.] 1960. [Cf. ToC of 73/DES/PUB, 44,752 (2) and (3).] [M II.29b.]
“The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi,” Proceedings of the All-India Philosophical Congress (1960):51-61. [M II.30. Reprinted as M II.31.]

1961

Philosophical Activity in Pakistan, Pakistan Philosophical Congress Series. Lahore: 1961. [M I.2.]
“The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi.” Poona: De Nobili College.12 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part B, 244-256. [= Vol. II.] [To be dated 1960 or post 1960, cf. reference to an article by Renou, Spring 1960, on p. 244.] [M II.30a.]
“Philosophy of Christianity.” Article no. 65. 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 42-50. [= Vol. I.] [To be dated 1961 or after, from internal evidence, cf. p. 50, book by Tresmontant dated 1961.] [M II.3b.]
“Philosophy of Christianity.” By J. de Marneffe and R.V. De Smet. Poona 14: De Nobili College. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 681-686. [= Vol. IV.] [To be dated 1961 or after, from internal evidence, cf. p. 50, book by Tresmontant dated 1961. Probably same as M II.3d above.] [M II.3c.]
“The Logical Structure of ‘Tattvamasi’ according to Sureśvara’s Naiṣkarmya-Siddhi,” The Philosophical Quarterly 33.4 (1961):255-265. [M II.31. Reprint of M II.30.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“God and the World: An Historical Enquiry into Various Patterns and Theories of Causality,” The Journal of Viśvabhārati Study Circle (Śāntiniketan) 2 (1961):21-38. [M II.32.]
“Language and Philosophy in India,” Proceedings of the International Congress of Philosophy (1961):47-54. [M II.33.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Language and Philosophy in India.” 1 page of summary, 6 pages of main text. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 276-282. [= Vol. II] [M II.33a.]
“Christian Charity,” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 11 (1961):296-299, 302. [M II.34.]
“Christian Charity.” 6 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 297-302. [= Vol. II.] [M II.34a.]
“Indiens Beitrag zur allgemeine Metaphysik (Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics),” Kairos 3-4 (1961): 161-182. [M II.35.]
“Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics.” Poona: De Nobili College. 23 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part D, 59-70. [= Vol. I.] [M II.35a.]
“Indian Contribution to General Metaphysics.” 16 pp + 3 pp where the article starts again + 1 p. in Latin. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 342-360. [= Vol. II.] [M II.35b.]
“Corrections and Additions.” In the ToC of Part B = Vol. II, the title of this item is given as “Indological Notes to German Translation of Preceding,” where the preceding is M 35b. 4 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 361-364. [= Vol. II.] [M II.35c.]
“Lettres de Poona.” Poona 6: De Nobili College. December 1961. To relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part C, 698-699. [= Vol. IV.] [I have taken the title from the ToC to Part C.] [M II.35d.]

1962

“Patterns and Theories of Causality,” Birthday Commemoration Volume in Honour of Prof T. M. P. Mahadevan (Madras) (1962):347-367. [M II.36. Reprinted as M II.51 and M II.65). [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“God and the World: An Historical Enquiry into Various Patterns and Theories of Causality.” 1 page = 257. Alternative start on next page: “Patterns and Theories of Causality.” 18 pages = 258-275. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 257-275. [= Vol. II.] [M II.36a.]
“The Jesuits and the Jains,” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 12 (1962):81-82. [M II.37.]
“The Jesuits and the Jains.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 463-465. [= Vol. II.] [M II.37a.]
“Philosophical Activity in Pakistan,” International Philosophical Quarterly 2.1 (1962):110-184. [M II.38.]
“Stumbling-Blocks or Stepping Stones?” Proceedings of All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life, ed. Swami B. H. Bon Mahārāj (Vrindāban) (1962). [M II.39.]
“Stumbling-Blocks or Stepping-Stones?” Poona: De Nobili College. 9 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 379-387. [= Vol. II.] [To be dated ??, cf. citation of G.A. Moore, ed. Philosophy East and West on p. 382. Find earliest date of this work.] [M II.39a.]
“A Report on the All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6.2 (1962):49-56. [M II.40. Reprinted as M II.41.]
“All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life. (Vrindaban, Jan. 6-8, 1962). A Report by Dr. R.V. De Smet, S.J. (Nobili College, Poona - 6).” 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 398-404. [= Vol. II.] [M II.40a.]
“A Report on the All-India Symposium on Western and Eastern Values of Life,” France-Asie 18.173 (1962):303-306. [M II.41. Reprint of M II40.]
“Un Dialogue Orient-Occident,” Archives de Philosophie 25 (1962):180-187. [M II.42.]
“Un Dialogue Orient-Occident.” Poona: De Nobili College. 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 388-397. [= Vol. II.] [To be dated 1962 or after, cf. reference to a conference on the values of life in the East and in the West, Vrindaban, 6-8 January 1962, on p. 388. This report is certainly linked to M 39, 39a, 40, 41, and 42 above. On p. 388, De Smet says the conference was organized by Swami Bon Maharaj.] [M II.42a.]
“A Summary of J.A. Cuttat’s The Spiritual Dialogue of East and West.” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6/2 (1962):57-65. [M II.42b = K B.35. Probably the same as M.III.5 below.]
“A Summary of J.A. Cuttat’s The Spiritual Dialogue of East and West.” Typescript, Collected Papers Part ??.
Review of J. A. Cuttat, The Spiritual Dialogue of East and West. In The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6.2 (June 1962):57-65. [M III.5.]

1963

“Values and the Art of Making Decisions,” The Art of Living (Jullundur City: University Publishers, 1963) 91-106. [M II.43.]
“Values and the Art of Taking Decisions.” Chapter 20. 12 pages; p. 13 has been stapled with the next article, “Christian Charity.” Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 283-296. [M II.43a.]
“Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy,” The Philosophical Quarterly (Amalner, India) 35/4 (1963): 249-258. [M II.44. Reprinted as M II.66.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 427-436. [= Vol. II.] [M II.44a.]
“A Herald of Social Reform in India, Swāmi Vivekānanda,” Social Action 13 (1963):181-189. [M II.45.]
“A Herald of Social Reform in India, Swami Vivekānanda.” 7 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 420-426. [= Vol. II.] [M II.45a.]
“Remarks on Samāj-Dharma and Sādhana-Dharma,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6.4 (1963):335-337. [M II.46.]
“Remarks on Samāj-Dharma and Sādhana-Dharma.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 459-462. [= Vol. II.] [Refers to paper of Fr Turmes on the topic.] [M II.46a.]
“The Council and the Poor,” The Examiner 114.8 (Feb. 23, 1963):114. (M II.47. Reprinted as M II.48.]
“The Council and the Poor,” The Herald (March 15, 1963). (M II.48. Reprint of M II.47.]
“The Love of Wisdom,” The Voice of Ahiṅsā 13.9 (1963):240-245, 207. [M II.49.]
“The Love of Wisdom.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 466-468. [= Vol. II.] [M II.49a.]
“Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel,” Religion and Society 10.3 (1963):20-26. [M II.50.]
“Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel.” Preparatory Reading Material no. 6, Conference on Philosophy and Religion, Bangalore 6-9 May 1963. [De Smet in Poona.] 4 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part D, 71-72. [Actually 4 pages; every alternate page is numbered in the running pagination.] [M II.50a.]
“Categories of Indian Philosophy and Communication of the Gospel.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 449-458. [= Vol. II.] [M II.50b.]
“Lettres de Poona.” Poona 6: De Nobili College. December 1963. Addressed to relatives and friends, in French. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part C, 700-701. [= Vol. IV.] [I have taken the title from the ToC to Part C.] [M II.50c.]
“Patterns and Theories of Causality,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 2 (1963):169-190. [M II.51. Reprint of M II.36.]

1964

Religious Hinduism (ed. and contributor). Enlarged and revised book-edition of Hinduism, A Course by Letter (Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1964). [M I.3.]
“Bhopal Institute of Oriental and Social Studies,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 7 (l964):154-156. [M II.52.]
“Bhopal Institute of Oriental and Social Studies.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 555-557. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.52a.]
“The Eucharist and the Sacramental Aspirations of India,” India and the Eucharist, eds. S. Rayan and S. Kappen (Ernakulam: Lumen Institute, 1964) 19-28. [M II.53.]
“The Eucharist and the Sacramental-Sacrificial Aspirations of India.” 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 469-478. [= Vol. II.] [M II.53a.]
“Kanāda’s Teaching on Knowledge,” Indian Antiquary, third series, 1 (1964):13-30. [M II.54.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Saint Thomas Aquinas” The Telugu Encyclopedia, Madras (1964) ??. [M II.55.]
“Scholasticism,” The Telugu Encyclopedia, Madras (1964) ??. [M II.56.]
“Ancient Religious Speculation in India,” The Divine Life 26 (1964):208-215. (Reprint of ch. 3 from book no. 3). [M II.57.]
“Ancient Religious Speculation.” (N.d.) 1-8. [Probably an offprint.] [M II.57a.]
“Ancient Religious Speculation.” Chapter 3. 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 620-631. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.57b.]
“Śruti and Biblical Inspiration,” The Divine Life 26 (1964):314-315. (Reprint of ch. 2 from book no. 3). [M II.58.]
Review of M. D. Paradkar, Similes in Manusmṛti. In Indian Antiquary (3rd series) 1(1964):64-65. [M III.6.]
“M. D. Paradkar. Similes in Manusmṛti.” Review. 2 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 303-304. [= Vol. II.] [M III.6a.]

1965

“Parallel Arguments for the Existence of God in Aquinas and Sankara.” Poona Philosophy Union, lecture by Dr R.V. De Smet, S.J. 26 August 1965. 2 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 74. [= Vol. I.] [Actually 2 typed pages, though the running pagination is just 1.] [M II.58a.]
“An Academic Centre for Ecclesiastical Studies. Philosophy: (Suggested) General Syllabus: I.” 4 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part D, 75-76. [Actually 4 typed pages, though the running pagination is 75-76. To be dated probably post-Vatican Council II, given that p. 75 mentions decisions and directions of Rome giving new possibilities. Cf. also the mention on the same page of faculties granting ecclesiastical degrees: “soon Bangalore.” Could be a reference to St Peter’s?] [M II.58b.]
“The Lag Between Sanātana Dharma and Darshanic Wisdom,” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965):105-l08. [M II.59.]
“The Lag Between Sanātana Dharma and Darshanic Wisdom.” Poona 14: De Nobili College. N.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 659-662. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.59a.]
“Is There an Order of the Supernatural?” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965):119-122. [M II.60.]
“Is There an Order of the Supernatural?” Poona 14: De Nobili College. N.d. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 663-666. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.60a.]
“The Adaptive Development of Christian Monasticism,” Transactions of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study 1 (1965):191-202. [M II.61.]
“The Adaptive Development of Christian Monasticism.” Poona 14: De Nobili College. N.d. 14 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 667-680. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.61a.]
“The Doctrine of Sacrifice in Hinduism,” The Divine Life 27 (1965):54-58. (Reprinted as no. 313). [M II.62.]
“Traditional Values to be Promoted in Modern India,” Seminar on Education (Poona) 1 (1965): Paper 7. [M II.63. Reprinted as M II.98).
“Traditional Values to be Promoted in Modern India.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 506-509. [= Vol. II.] [M II.63a.]
“Towards an Indian Christology,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 7.6 (1965):254-260. [M II.64. Reprinted as M II.67.]
“Patterns and Theories of Causality,” Philosophy Today 9.2-4 (1965):134-146. [M II.65. Reprint of M II.36.]
“Some Governing Principles in Indian Philosophy,” Philosophy Today 9.3-4 (1965): 192-199. [M II.66. Reprint of M II.44.]
“Materials for an Indian Christology,” Religion and Society 12 (1965):6-15. [M II.67. Reprint of M II.64, with an appendix added.]
“Materials for an Indian Christology.” 9 pp. Appendix. 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 510-518 + 518b-c. [= Vol. II.] [M II.67a.]
“Sin and Its Removal in India,” Indian Antiquary, third series, 1.3 (1965):163-173. [M II.68.] [DNC 73/DES/PUB 44,752 (2) and (3).]
“Lettre de Noël 1965.” Poona 14: De Nobili College. 1 December 1965. To relatives and friends, in French. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers, Part C, 702-705. [= Vol. IV.] [The change from Poona 6 to Poona 14 seems to have taken place between 1963 and 1965.] [M II.68a.]

1966

“Devotion to the Sacred Heart in Ancient Times,” The Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Bombay) 59.10 (1966):4. [M II.69.]
“The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination,” Indian Philosophical Annual 2 (1966): 328-335. [M II.70. Reprinted as M II.90.]
“The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination.” 8 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 519-526. [= Vol. II.] [M II.70a.]
“Māyā or Ajñāna?” Indian Philosophical Annual 2 (1966):220-225. (Reprinted as no. 100). [M II.71.]
“Zum Indischen Menschenbild.” (Concerning the Indian View of Man). Kairos 8.3-4 (1966): 197-202. [M II.72.]
“Salvation of Non-Christians according to Xavier’s Companions,” The C1ergy Monthly Supplement 8.2 (1966):86-87. [M II.73.]
“Salvation of Non-Christians according to Xavier’s Companions.” N.d. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 657-658. [= Vol. IV.] [To be dated either 1964 or after: cf. citation of Schurhammer, Xaveriana, 1964, on p. 658.] [M II.73a.]
“Pastoral Counseling,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 6.3 (1966):126-129. [M II.74.]
“Pastoral Counselling.” N.d. 5 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 691-695. [= Vol. IV.] [Probably a book review of A. Godin, The Pastor as Counselor, New York, 1965.] [M II.74a.]
“Short Replies to Four Questions Concerning Existentialism,” Aumol 13 (1966). [M II.75.]
Review of M. K. Venkatarana Iyer, Advaita Vedānta. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 2 (1966):223. [M III.7.]
“M. K. Venkatarana Iyer. Advaita Vedānta.” Review. In English. Poona: De Nobili College. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 689-690. [= Vol. IV.] [M III.7a.]
Review of M. K. Venkatarana Iyer, Advaita Vedānta. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies (1966):144-145. [M III.8.]

1967

La Quête de l’Éternel, Approches Chrétiennes de l’Hindouisme, Museum Lessianum, Section missiologique, no. 48 (Paris: Desclee de Brouwer, 1967). French translation by R. Dumortier of revised and enlarged book above. [M I.4.]
La théologie en Inde. Freiburg: Herder, n.d. [M I.4a = K A.6.]
“The Present State of Traditional Hinduism,” The Clergy Monthly Supplement 8.5 (1967):182-187. [M II.76.]
“Le dialogue vivifié par les textes,” Rythmes du Monde 15.3-4 (1967):197-205. [M II.77.]
Review of Symbolon, Jahrbuch für Symbolforschung, Bd. 5 (1966). In Kairos 9.1 (1967):61-64. [M III.9.]
Review of A. Pezzali, La Cultura del India Ieri e Oggi. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 7.2 (1967):145. [M III.10.]

1968

Religious Hinduism (ed. and contributor). 3rd enlarged and revised book edition of Hinduism, A Course by Letter (Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1968). [M I.5.]
“The Nature of Christian Philosophy,” World Perspectives in Philosophy, Religion and Culture: Essays presented to Prof. Dhirendra Mohan Datta (Patna: Bihar Darshan Parishad, 1968) 362-368. [M II.78.]
“The Nature of Christian Philosophy.” Contribution to Dr. D.M. Datta Commemoration Volume. 6 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 437-442. [= Vol. II.] [M II.78a.]
“Vyasa and the Indian Epic.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 443-446. [= Vol. II.] [M II.78b.]
“Responsa additiva.” In ToC to Part B = Vol. II, the title of this time is given as “Church and Intellectuals in India.” Latin. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 447-448. [= Vol. II.] [M II.78c.]
“Un Missionaire en Inde,” Contacts (Charleroi) (1968). [M II.79 = K B.68.]
“The Indian Renaissance: Hindu Philosophy in English,” International Philosophical Quarterly 8.1 (1968):5-37. [M II.80.]
“Concerning Atheism: What to Do,” Asian S.J. Interprovincial News 10 (April 1968): 6-17. [M II.81 = K B.69.]
“Concerning Atheism.” Poona 14: De Nobili College. 2 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 687-688. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.81a.]
Review of Mohan Singh, My Spiritual Experiences. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 7.2 (1968):129-131. [M III.11.]
Guidelines in Indian Philosophy. Cyclostyled notes for students. Poona: De Nobili College, 1968. [M I.5a.]
Table of Contents: A-F
Bibliography, pp. 1-7.
Ch. 1: The Birth of Philosophical Reflection among Vedic Aryans pp. 5-14.
Ch. 2: The Growth of Speculation in the Brahmanas and Aranyakas, pp. 14-16.
ch. 3: The Upanisadic Discoveries, pp. 17-62:
ch. 4: The Godless Philosophies of the Sramanas pp. 63-74:
ch. 5: The Encounter of Brahmanism with Buddhism pp. 75-86.
ch. 6: The Philosophy of Sankhya acc[ording] to the Sankhya-Karika, pp. [1]-[64]
ch. 7: The Philosophy of the Bhagavad-Gita pp. 139-178
ch. 8: The Philosophies of Hinayana Buddhism pp. 179-190
ch. 9: The Philosophies of Mahayana Buddhism pp. 191-206:
ch. 10: The Philosophy of the Mimamsa-Sutra (Mimamsa Darsana) pp. 207-226:
ch. 11: The Philosophy of Kanada’s Vasesika Sutra (Vaisesika Darsana) pp. 227-238:
ch. 12: The Philosophy of the Nyaya-Sutra (Nyaya-Darsana) pp. 239-248:
ch. 13: The Philosophy of the Yoga-Sutra (Yoga-Darsana) pp. 249-256:
ch. 14: The Development of the Doctrine of the Lord (Isvara-Vada) in the Religious Sects and in the Darsanas pp. 257-274:
ch. 15: The Philosophy of Sankaracarya (Vedanta Darsana) pp. 275-314.

1969

“Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Liberation,” Indian Philosophical Annual 5 (University of Madras) (1969):239-247. [M II.82 = K B.81. Reprinted as M II.115.]
“Mutation of Values in Present-Day Europe,” Quest 60 (1969):21-27. [M II.83.]
“Theology of Hope and the Meaning of Mission,” Reflection 3 (1969). [M II.84.]
“Die Theologie in Indien,” Bilans der Theologie im 20 Jahrhundert, ed. H. Vorgrimler and R. Vander Gucht (Freiburg: Herder, 1969) 405-421. [M II.85.]
“The Contemporary Crisis in the Indian Mind,” Dialogue (IRFED, Paris) 2 (March 1969):34-37, 49-51. [M II.86 = K B.77.]
“Affinities between Guru Nanak and Jesus Christ,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 8.4 (1969):260-268. [M II.87. Reprinted as M II.114.]
“The Marxist-Protestant-Catholic Rediscovery of Hope,” Bethany Golden Jubilee Souvenir (Trivandrum: Bethany Ashram, 1969) 121-126. [M II.88.]
“En Inde: Colloque oecuménique au sujet de la mission,” Rythmes du Monde 17 (1969). [M II.89.]
“The Law of Karma: A Critical Examination,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 8.3 (1969):181-187. [M II.90. Reprint of M II.70.]
Review of Mohan Singh, My Spiritual Experiences. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 5 (1969):227-229. [M III.12.]
Review of R. Sinari, Reason in Existentialism. In Journal of the Philosophical Association of India 12.41-42 (1969):151-153. [M III.13.]

1970

“Sankara and Aquinas on Creation,” Indian Philosophical Annual 6 (1970): 112-118. [M II.91. Reprinted as M II.131.]
“La theologie en Inde,” Bilan de la Theologie du XXe siecle, ed. R. Vandergucht et H. Vorgrimler, 1 (Paris: Casterman, 1970) 360-374. [M II.92.]
“The Most Important Verse of the Gītā,” Studies in the Gita, ed. M. D. Paradkar (Bombay: Popular Prakashan, 1970) 174-178. [M II.93.]
“The Most Important Verse in Gītā.” Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 501-505. [= Vol. II.] [M II.93a.]
“The Catholic Church and the Modern World,” Islam and the Modern World Quarterly 1.2 (1970):59-67. [M II.94.]
“The Atheists’ Meeting at Vijayawada,” The Clergy Monthly 34.5 (1970):213-214. [M II.95.]
“Introduction,” In Diverse Ways (Poona: Marga Prakashan, De Nobili College, 1970) 3-6. [M II.96.]
“The Open Person vs. the Closed Individual,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9.3 (1970):161-171. [M II.97.]
“The Indian Understanding of Man,” Presidential Address, History of Philosophy Section, 44th Session, Indian Philosophical Congress, under the auspices of the University of Poona, November 5-8, 1970. 2-12. Printed at St Paul Press Training School, Bandra, Bombay – 50. [M II.97a.]
“Traditional Values to be Promoted in India,” The School Teacher 2.3 (March 1970):108-111. [M II.98 = K B.89. Reprint of M II.63.]
“Gandhi, the Pursuer of Truth,” Journal of the University of Poona (Humanities Section) 33 (1970):135-137. [M II.99.]
“Māyā or Ajñāna? A Textual Analysis,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9.2 (1970):80-84. [M II.100. Reprint of M II.71.]
“Et l’Ange me dit,” La Vie Spirituelle (January 1970):26-28. [M II.101 = K B.88.]
“A Note on Atheism in India,” Asian Interprovincial News 1.4 (1970). [M II.102.]
“Présence di M’Moman.” Les cahiers Wallons (March 1970):49-50. [M II.102a = K B.83.]
Review of R. Sinari, Reason in Existentialism. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9.2 (1970):124-126. [M III.14.]
Review of P. B. Chatterji, The Philosophy of Josiah Royce. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 9.3 (1970):195. [M III.15.]

1971

“The Problematics of the Knowledge of God,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11.2 (1971):92-96. [M II.103. Reprinted as M II.111.]
“Picturesque Pedagogy from the Tamil Past,” Saiva Siddhanta 6.4 (1971):219-221. [M II.104. Reprinted as M II.134.]
“Our Lady of the Mount in 1724,” The Examiner (Jan. 17, 1971). [M II.105.]
“Jesus and the Freedom of Man,” The Call Divine 19.11 (1971):582-583. [M II.106.]
“Au coeur secret de l’Inde,” Missi (November 1971):2-3, 6. [M II.106 = K B.98.]
“Une visite à la ville sainte des Madhvas,” Missi (December 1971):4-6. [M II.108 = K B.99.]
“Some Key-Definitions in Indian Thought,” Indian Cultures Quarterly 27.1 (1971):19-23. [M II.109.]
“Questioning Vedānta,” Indian Philosophical Annual 7 (1971):97-105. [M II.110.]
“The Problematics of the Knowledge of God,” Indian Philosophical Annual 7 (1971):121-25. [M II.111. Reprint of M II.103.]
“Advances in Muslim-Christian Dialogue,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10.4 (1971):210-217. [M II.112. Reprinted as M II.135 and M II.146.]
“The Doctrine of Sacrifice in Hinduism,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10.2 (1971):99-103. [M II.113. Reprint of M II.62.]
“Affinities between Guru Nānak and Jesus Christ,” The Sikh Review 19 (1971):5-11. [M II.114. Reprint of M II.87.]
“A Twofold Approach: Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Liberation,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10.1 (1971):10-17. [M II.115. Reprint of M II.82.]
“The Indian Understanding of Man,” The Call Divine 19.5 (1971):211-223. [M II.116. Reprinted as M II.117.]
“The Indian Understanding of Man,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10.3 (1971): 169-178. [M II.117. Reprint of M II.116.]
“Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man,” ?? 1-8. [M II.117a.]
“Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man,” The Divine Life 33.2 (1971):60-67. [M II.118. Reprinted as M II.126.]
Review of Towards a Dialogue with Buddhists (Secretariatus pro Non-Christianis). In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 10.2 (1971):119-120. [M III.16.]
Review of G. Parrinder, Avatar and Incarnation. In Journal of Religious Studies (Punjabi University, Patiala, India) 3.1 (Spring 1971):171-173. [M III.17.]
Review of Proceedings of the 26th International Congress of Orientalists. In Indian Antiquary (third series) 5.4 (Oct. 1971):229-233. [M III.18.]
Review of P. Chatterjee, Philosophy of Josiah Royce. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 7 (1971):239-240. [M III.19.]

1972

“From Love to Service,” Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Feb. 1972):30-32 and (Mar. 1972):25-28. [M II.119.]
“Quiz Time,” The Herald (Calcutta) (Jan. 28, 1972):6. [M II.120.]
“The Stress on Service in Christianity,” Vivekananda Kendra Patrika 1.1 (February 1972):139-143. [M II.121 = K B.105.]
“Three Stages of the Theological Process,” Asian Report 4.7 (July 1972):17. [M II.122 = K B.108.]
“Gandhi, the Pursuer of Truth,” Proceedings of the Seminar on Gandhian Thought (Poona: University of Poona, 1972) 35-37. [M II.123.]
“Hinduism,” The Divine Life 34.8 (1972):289-292. [M II.124.]
“The Priest as Kalyāna Mitra,” The Clergy Monthly 36.7 (1972):299-301. [M II.125.]
“Early Trends in the Indian Understanding of Man,” Philosophy East and West 22.3 (1972):259-268. [M II.126. Reprint of M II.118.]
“Secularization as a Dimension of Christianity,” (A summary by D. Rodrigues) Aumol 19 (1972):124-126. [M II.127.]
“The Philosophy of a Modern Biologist, Jacques Monod,” The Journal of the Indian Academy of Philosophy 11.1 (1972):54-63. [M II.128.]
“L’exégèse dans l’hindouisme,” Axes 4.4 (1972):28-37 [M II.129.]
“Team-spirit and Team-work in the Constitutions of the Society of Jesus,” Ignis 1.3 (1972):5-18. [M II.130.]
“Team-Spirit and Team-Work in the Society of Jesus According to Its Constitutions.” 14 pages. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 365-378. [= Vol. II.] [M II.130a.]
“Śaṅkara and Aquinas on Creation,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11.4 (1972):235-241. [M II.131. Reprint of M II.91.]
“Is the Concept of ‘Person’ Congenial to Sankara Vedanta?” Indian Philosophical Annual 8 (1972):199-205. [M II.132. Reprinted as M II.145 and M II.149.]
“Moksha—Deliverance,” 1-2. [No other data available. The 2 pages match M II.133.] [M II.132a.]
“Mokṣ̣a,” The Divine Life 34.9 (1972):372-373. [M II.133.]
“Picturesque Pedagogy from the Tamil Past,” The School Teacher 4.3 (1972): 124-126. [M II.134. Reprint of M II.104.]
“Advances in Muslim-Christian Dialogue,” Islam and the Modern Age 3.1 (1972):47-56. [M II.135. Reprint of M II.112.]
Review of M. V. George, My Lord and My God. In The Clergy Monthly 36.6 (July 1972):263-264. [M III.20.]
Review of R. Balasubramanian, The Personalistic Existentialism of Berdyaev. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11.3 (1972):210-212. [M III.21.]
Review of Ruth Reyna, Introduction to Indian Philosophy: A Simplified Text. Delhi: Tata-McGraw-Hill, 1971. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 11.3 (1972):208-209. [M III.22.]
Review of M. V. George, My Lord and My God. In The Living Word 78.5 (Sept. 1972):376 377. [M III.23. Reprinted as M III.23a.]

1973

“Discovery of the Personal God in the Gīta,” The Divine Life 35.3 (1973): 97-100, 133-136. [M II.136. Reprinted as M II.231 and M II.319.]
“Discovery of the Personal God in the Gita,” (Printed at the Y.V.F.A. Press, P.O. Shivanandanagar, n.d.) 1-8. [M II.136a.]
“The Personal God of the Bhagavad-Gītā.” 12 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part B, 479-500. [= Vol. II.] [M II.136b.]
“Advaitavada and Christianity,” The Divine Life 35.6 (1973):237-239. [Title corrected from ‘Advaita’ to ‘Advaitavada’.] [M II.137.]
“Advaita va Khristi Dharma,” translated into Marathi by M. Lederle and published by him. [M II.138.]
“Highlights of the Life of Faith (Śraddhā) in India,” God’s Word Among Men; Essays in Honour of J. Putz, S. J., ed. G. Gispert-Sauch (Delhi: Vidyajyoti, 1973) 39-58. [M II.139.]
“Suggestions for an Indian Dialogical Theology,” Bangalore Theological Forum 5.1 (1973): 74-80. [M II.140.]
“Advaitavada and Christianity,” Bulletin of the Secretariate for Non-Christians 23-24 (1973):143-146. [M II.141.]
“Secularization as a Dimension of Christianity” Ateismo e Dialogo (Bollettino del Segretariato per i non-credenti) 8.2 (1973):24-29. [M II.142.]
“Necessity and the Principle of Sufficient Reason,” Journal of the Philosophy Association 14.45-46 (1973):77-86. [M II.143.]
“The Challenge of Secularization,” Present-Day Challenges, ed. Th. Paul (Alwaye: PITP, 1973) 83-98. [M II.144.]
“Is the Concept of Person Suitable in Vedanta?” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12.3 (1973):155-162. [M II.145. Reprint of M II.132.]
“Advances in Christian-Muslim Dialogue,” Service and Salvation, ed. J. Pathrapankal (Bangalore: TPI, 1973) 521-529. [Title corrected from M’s ‘Muslim-Christian’.] [M II.146. Reprint of M II.112.]
“Does Christianity Profess Non-Dualism?” The Clergy Monthly 37.9 (1973):354-357. [M II.147.]
“Contemporary Philosophical Anthropology,” New Consciousness 1.3 (February 1973). [M II.148 = K B.116.]
“Is the Concept of ‘Person’ Congenial to Vedanta?” Reflection 2 (1973):3-9. [M II.149. Reprint of M II.132.]
Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. In The Examiner (Feb. 24, 1973) (version A). [M III.24. Reprinted as M III.24a, M III.24.b, M III.24.c.]
Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. In The Messenger of the Sacred Heart (Apr. 1973). [M III.24a.]
Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. In The New Leader (Mar. 4, 1973) (version B). [M III.24b.]
Review of E. De Meulder, Renascent Youth of India and The Restoration of the Aboriginal Peasantry. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12 (1973):80-81 (version B). [M III.24c.]
Review of P. Chatterji, Studies in Comparative Religion. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12.3 (1973):219-220. [M III.25.]
Review of XLIIe Semaine de missiologie de Louvain: Missions au temps des revolutions. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 12.4 (1973):70. [M III.26.]
Review of M. V. George, My Lord and My God. In The Morning Star 65.5 (May 1973):103. [M III.23a. Reprint of M III.23.]

1974

“Towards an Indian View of the Person,” Contemporary Indian Philosophy, Series II, Muirhead Library of Philosophy, ed. M. Chatterjee (London: Allen and Unwin, 1974) 51-75. [M II.150.]
“Prospectives de l’évangelisation en Inde,” Lumen Vitae 29.2 (1974):257-269. [M II.151.]
“Pathways for Evangelization in India,” Lumen Vitae 29.3 (1974):403-417. [M II.152.]
“The Gīta in Time and Beyond Time,” The Bhagavad-gītā and the Bible, ed. B. R. Kulkarni (Delhi: Unity Books, 1974) 1-31. [M II.153. Reprinted as M II.295.]
“A Bird’s-Eye View of Hinduism,” Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13.4 (1974):299-304. [M II.154.]
“The Witness (Sākṣin), Source of Thought and Action,” Philosophy: Theory and Practice (Seminar on World Philosophy, Madras, Dec. 7-17, 1970), ed. T. M. P. Mahadevan (Madras: University CASP, 1974) 176-185. [M II.155. Reprinted as M II.301.]
“Comments on S. K. Saksena’s ‘Philosophical Theories and Practice’,” Philosophy: Theory and Practice (Seminar on World Philosophy, Madras, Dec. 7-17, 1970), ed. T. M. P. Mahadevan (Madras: University CASP, 1974) 460-461. [M II.156.]
“The Open Person and the Closed Individual,” Journal of the Philosophy Association 15.47 (1974). [M II.157.]
“Recent Developments in the Christian Approach to the Hindus,” Lumen Vitae 29.4 (1974):515-520. [M II.158.]
“The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India,” Research Seminar on Non-Biblical Scriptures, ed. D. S. Amalorpavadass (Bangalore: NBCLC, 1974) 280-299. [M II.159. Reprinted as M II.293.]
“The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India,” Research Seminar on Non-Biblical Scriptures, ed. D. S. Amalorpavadass (Bangalore: NBCLC, 1974) 1-20. [Probably an offprint.] [M II.159a.]
Review of Asandas Balchand, The Salvific Value of Non-Christian Religions according to Asian Christian Theologians. In The Indian Journal of Theology 23.1-2 (Jan-June 1974):143-144. [M III.27.]
Review of J. Feys, The Philosophy of Evolution in Shri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly (new series) 1.3 (Apr. 1974):267-269. [M III.28. Reprinted as M III.28a.]
Review of J. Feys, The Philosophy of Evolution in Shri Aurobindo and Teilhard de Chardin. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13.1 (1974):70-71. [M III.28a. Reprint of M III.28.]
Review of A. D’Almeida, Nyāya Philosophy: Nature and Validity of Knowledge. In Indian Ecclesiastical Studies 13.1 (1974):76. [M III.29.]

1975

“Nāma-japa in Christianity,” The Call Divine 22 (1975):181-186. [M II.160.]
“The Nudity of Mahāvīra Jina and of Jesus Christ,” Vidyajyoti 39 (1975):131-133. [M II.161. Reprinted as M II.299.]
“The Aristotelian-Thomist Conception of Man,” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 2.4 (July 1975):307-318. [M II.162.]
“Lettre de l’Inde,” Le Pont (Charleroi) 6.3 (June 1975):10-11. [M II.163 = K B.138.]
“Constantine’s Legislation and the Religious Transformation of the Roman Empire,” The Modern Review 137.6 (1975):444-448. [M II.164.]
“Affinities between Guru Nanak and Jesus Christ,” Perspectives on Guru Nanak, ed. Harbans Singh (Patiala: Punjabi University, 1975) 110-118. [M II.165.]
“Philosophy General” / “Metaphysics General” / ”Philosophy of Religion / “Polytheism” / “Faith” / “God” / “God’s Existence” / “Doctrine of Incarnation” / “Monotheism” / “Theism” / “Justin” / “Clement of Alexandria” / “Tertullian” / “Porphyry” / “European Philosophy in the Medieval Period” / “St Augustine” / “Dionysius, the Pseudo-Areopagite” / “Hugh of St Victor” / “Peter the Lombard” / “Richard of St Victor” / “Albertus Magnus” / “Alexander of Hales” / “Peter of Spain” / “St Thomas Aquinas” / “Summa Theologica” / “Meister Eckhart” / “Maine de Biran” / “H. Poincare” / “M. Blondel” / “P. Duhem” / “J. Maréchal” / “R. W. Sellars” / “L. Lavelle” / “J. Ortega y Gasset” / “E. Gilson” / “M. Farber” / “P. Weiss” / “C. Levi-Strauss” / “C. Fabro” / “Structuralism” / “Actuality and Potentiality” / “Principle of Individuation” / “Personalism” / “Philosophy, Indian Viewpoint” / “Metaphysics in Indian Philosophy” / “Philosophy of Religion in Indian Philosophy” / “Direct Illumination” / “Doctrine of Ātman” / “Intuition” / “Mysticism” / “Soul (Eschatology, Rebirth, Immortality)” / “God’s Nature” / “God and the World” / “Individual Ego, Self, Soul” / “Creation, World” / “Person” / “Bliss” / “Theology” / “Pantheism” / “Worship and Ways of Worship” / “Humanism” / “Raja Ram Mohan Roy” / “S. Dasgupta,” Marāthi Tattva-Jñāna Mahākosa (The Marathi Enyclopedia of Philosophy), ed. D. D. Vadekar (Poona: 1975). [M II.166-230.]
“Justin.” / “Clement of Alexandria.” / “Tertullian.” / “Porphyry.” / “Augustine.” / “Dionysius the Areopagite (Pseudo).” / “Hugh of St Victor” / “Peter the Lombard” / “Richard of St Victor” / Albertus Magnus (Saint)” / “Alexander of Hales” / “Peter of Spain” / “Eckhart (Meister)” / “Maine de Biran” / “Marechal (Joseph)” / “Lavelle (Louis).” In English. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 583-605. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.166a.]
“The Method of Mediaeval Schoolmen in Europe and India.” 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 606-609. [= Vol. IV.] [Part C, 610-616 are also possibly relevant to this piece. They deal with the quaestio, scholasticism and Vedanta, etc.] [M II.166b.]
“Un document interessant l’histoire de la diffusion du Sanskrit en Europe.” 3 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 617-619. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.166c.]
“Discovery of the Personal God in the Gītā,” Indian Spirituality in Action, ed. Sr. Vandana (Bombay: Asian Trading Corporation 1975) 152-169. [M II.231. Reprint of M II.136.]
“Ein Weg zu Christus durch Indiens Religionsgeschichte,” Orientierung 39.9 (1975):105-108. [M II.232.]
Review of M. Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brahmanesimo. In Indica 12.1 (Mar. 1975):56-61. [M III.30.]
Review of M. Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brahmanesimo. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 11 (1975):249-254. [M III.30a.]
Review of S. P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 11(1975):243-246. [M III.31. Reprinted as M III.31a, M III.31b and M III.31c.]
Review of S. P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. In Indica 12.1 (Mar. 1975):67-70. [M III.31a. Reprint of M III.31.]
Review of A. Balchand. The Salvific Value of Non-Christian Religions according to Asian Christian Theologians. In Lumen Vitae 30.2 (1975):293-294. [M III.32.]
Review of M. Braybrooke. The Undiscovered Christ: A Review of Recent Development in the Christian Approach to the Hindu. In Indian Journal of Theology 24 (1975):66-71. [M III.33.]

1976

“Arjun Meditates on the Philosophers’ Transition from Atheism to Theism from the Fourth to the Tenth Century A.D.,” When Two Great Hearts Meet ed. E. De Meulder (Allahabad: St. Paul Publications, 1976) 164-191. [M 233. Reprinted as M II.297.]
“Arjun Meets the King: Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,” When Two Great Hearts Meet, ed. E. De Meulder (Allahabad: St. Paul’s Publications, 1976) 192-220. [M II.234. Reprinted as M II.339.]
“A Copernican Reversal: The Gītākāra’s Reformulation of Karma,” Chinmaya Mission Silver Jubilee Volume, ed. Tadvalkar. (Poona, 1976) 34-41. [M II.235. Reprinted as M II.242.]
“Robert de Nobili and Vedānta,’ Vidyajyoti 40.8 (1976):363-371. [M II.236.]
“Chinks in the Armour of Avidyā,” Knowledge, Culture and Value (World Philosophy Conference, Delhi, Dec. 28, 1975 – Jan. 3, 1976), eds. R. C. Pandeya and S. R. Bhatt (Delhi: Delhi University, Dept. of Philosophy, 1976) 77-84. [M II.237.]
“The Discovery of the Person,” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4.1 (Oct 1976):1-9. [M II.238.]
“The Revelation of God’s Love in Christianity,” An Apostle of India’s Spiritual Culture, ed. N. Ananthanarayan (Shivanandanagar: Divine Life Society Publications, 1976) 189-194. [M II.239.]
“The Loss of the Person,” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4.1 (Oct 1976):10-23. [M II.240.]
“A Hindu Ethical Reformer: Devātmā,” Vidyajyoti 40 (1976):325-328. [M II.241.]
Review of A. G. Aranjaniyil. The Absolute of the Upanishads, Personal or Impersonal. In Indian Book Chronicle (July 1976). [M III.34.]
Review of S. P. Kanal. The Ethics of Devātmā. In International Philosophical Quarterly 16.1 (Mar. 1976):122-125. [M III.31b. Reprint of M III.31.]

1977

Review of M. Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brahmanesimo. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4.3 (Apr. 1977):429-435. [M III.35.]
“A Copernican Reversal: The Gītākāra’s Reformulation of Karma,” Philosophy East and West 27.1 (1977):54-63. [M II.242. Reprint of M II.235.]
A Short History of the Person. Abstracts from Indian Philosophical Quarterly, (July 1975, Oct. 1976, April 1977; reprints of nos. 162, 238, 240, 244), Poona: University of Poona, 1977. [M II.243.]
“The Rediscovery of the Person,” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4.3 (Apr 1977):413-426. [M II.244.]
“Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja,” The Living Word (Pont. Institute, A1waye) 83.3 (1977):199-210. [M II.245. Reprinted as M II.300 and M II.314.]
“Amesha Spenta”/ “Amida” / “Anāhita” / “Ārya” / “Ārya-Samāj” / “Āśrama” / “Asura” / “Ātman” / “Avatāra” / “Avesta” / “Bhagavadgītā” / “Bhakti” / “Bhil” / “Brahmā” / “Brahman” / “Brahmanism” / “Brahmosamāj” / “Buddha” / “Sri Aurobindo” / “Dharma” / “Dharma-Śāstra” / “Dhyāna” / “Digha-Nikāya” / “Gaṅeśa” / “Gandharva” / “Gandhi,” Enciclopedia Verbo (Lisboa: Editorial Verbo, 1977). [M II.246-292.]
“Amesha Spentas.” / “Amida.” / “Anāhitā.” / “Ārya.” / “Ārya-Samāj.” / “Āshrama.” / “Asura.” / “Avatāra.” / “Avesta.” / “Bhagavadgītā.” / “Bhakti.” / “Bhil.” / “Brahmā.” / “Brahman.” / “Brāhmaṇa.” / “Brahmanism.” / “Brahmo-Samāj.” In English. 10 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 566-575. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.246a.]
“Bodhisattva.” / “O Budha.” / “Sri Aurobindo.” [By Sachit Dhar? Cf. p. 579.] / In Portuguese. 4 pp. Typescript, Collected Papers Part C, 576-579. [= Vol. IV.] [M II.246b.]
“The Status of the Scriptures in the ‘Holy History’ of India,” The Divine Life 39 1977):105-108. [M II.293.]
“Preface,” in Mohan Singh Uberoy, Bible and Literature. 4 pages. [M II.294.]
“The Gītā in Time and Beyond Time,” The Divine Life 39 (1977):108-110, 146-147, 175-177, 266-268. [M II.295. Reprint of M II.153.]
“Rāmānuja, Pantheist or Panentheist?” Diamond Jubilee Volume of the Annals of the Bhandarkar Oriential Research Institute (1971-l978):561-571. [M II.296.]
“Origin: Creation or Emanation?” Papers of the Jerusalem Session (1977) of the International Institute for Metaphysics. [M 296a = K B.152.]
Review of M. Piantelli. Śaṅkara e la Rinascita del Brahmanesimo. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 4.3 (Apr. 1977):429-435. [M III.35.]
Review of J. Feys. A = B, an Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 5.1 (Oct. 1977):103-104. [M III.36. Reprinted as M III.36a and M III.36b.]
Review of J. Feys. A = B, an Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977):287-289. [M III.36a. Reprint of M III.36.]
Review of G. Chemparathy. An Indian Rational Theology: Introduction to Udayana’s Nyāyakusumāñjali. Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 3 (1977):276-280. [M III.37.]
Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977):281-283. [M III.38. Reprinted as M III.38a and M III.38b.]
Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. In International Philosophical Quarterly 17.4 (Dec. 1977):491-493. [M III.38a. Reprint of M III.38.]
Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977):283-287. [M III.39. Reprinted as M III.39a and M III.39b.]
Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. In International Philosophical Quarterly 17.3 Sept. 1977):363-367. [M III.39a. Reprint of M III.39.]
Review of W. Romanowski. Teoria I Metodyka cwiczen Relaksowo-Koncentrujacych (Theory and Methods of Relaxation-Concentration Training). In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 13 (1977):289-290. [M III.40. Reprinted as M III.40a.]
Review of W. Romanowski. Teoria i Metodyka cwiczen Relaksowo-Koncentrujacych (Theory and Methods of Relaxation-Concentration Training). In International Philosophical Quarterly 17.3 (1977):369-370. [M III.40a. Reprint of M III.40.]

1978

Orthodox Darśanas. Handwritten notes taken by Ivo Coelho, SDB from course given to Bachelor of Philosophy Students, Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, 1978-79. 70 pp. [Probably in my second year of philosophy, which was 1978-79. Cf. reference to the article in Barnabas, ed., which is dated 1978. The Chemparathy book review is dated 1977.] [M I.5a.]
“The Philosophers’ Transition from Atheism to Theism from the 4th to the 11th Century A.D.,” Challenges of Societies in Transition, ed. M. Barnabas, P.S. Jacob, and S.K. Hulbe (New Delhi: Macmillan, 1978) 310-338. [Title corrected from “Indian Philosophers’” to “Philosophers’”.] [M II.297. Reprint of M II.233).
“Origin: Creation and Emanation,” Indian Theological Studies 15.3 (1978):266-279. [M II.298. Reprinted as M II.360.]
“The Nudity of Mahāvīra Jina and of Jesus Christ,” The Divine Life 40.1 (1978):19-20. [M II.299. Reprint of M II.161.]
“Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja,” The Divine Life 40.6-7 (1978):176-179, 210-212. [M II.300. Reprint of M II.245.]
Review of J. Feys. A = B, an Enquiry into the Upanishads’ Basic Insight. In Indica 15.1 (1978):60-61. [M III.36b. Reprint of M III.36.]
Review of J. Feys. The Life of a Yogi. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 5.4 (July 1978):731-737. [M III.39b. Reprint of M III.39.]

1979

“The Witness (Sākṣin), Source of Thought and Action,” The Divine Life, 41.2-4 (1979):48-51, 110-115. [M II.301. Reprint of M II.155.]
“Philosophy in English [in India],” Philosophy in Fifteen Modern Indian Languages, ed. V. M. Bedekar (Pune: Continental Prakashan, Vijayanagar, 1979) 39-73. [M II.302.]
“The Indian Ascertainment of the Godhead (from the Vedas to Udayanacarya),” Indica 16.1 (1979):59-73. [Date corrected from 1980 to 1979. Title corrected from Ascertaining to Ascertainment.] [M II.303.]
Review of G. Chemparathy. An Indian Rational Theology: Introduction to Udayana’s Nyāyakusumāñjali. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 6.2 (Jan. 1979):357-362. [M III.37a. Reprint of M III.37.]
Review of A. Lokhande. Tukārāma, His Person and his Religion. In Indian Philosophical Quarterly 6.2 (Jan. 1979):353-355. [M III.38b. Reprint of M III.38.]

1980

“Foreword,” All Men Became Brothers, E. De Meulder (Allahabad: St Paul Press, 1980) 9-11. [M II.304.]
“Are Mind-Transcending Experiences Self-Interpreting?” Vidyajyoti 44 (1980):528-532. [M II.305. Reprinted as M II.320.]
“Assamese Vaiṣṇavism according to the Ghoṣāratna,” Boletin de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980):127-133. [M II.306.]
“Assamese Vaisnavism according to the Ghosaratna,” Indian Missiological Review 2.3 (1980):255-263. [Title corrected, adding “according to the Ghosaratna”.] [M II.307.]
“Natural Law,” Indian Law Review 1.11 (May 1980):53-63. [M II.308. Reprinted as M II.309 and M II.326.]
“Natural Law.” (N.d.) 1-12. [M II.308a.]
“Natural Law,” Indian Theological Studies 17.3 (1980):247-265. [M II.309. Enlarged reprint of M II.308.]
“Śāṁkara Vedānta and Christian Theology.” Review of Darshana 1.1 (1980):33-48. [M II.310.]
“The Sociological Dimension of Buddhism,” Jeevadhara 59 (1980):365-374. [M II.311.]
“Love versus Identity,” Indian Philosophical Quarterly 7.4 (July 1980):519-526. [M II.312.]
“The Integrative Doctrine of God in the Bhagavad-Gītā,” Prayer and Contemplation, ed. C. M. Vadakkekara (Bangalore: Asian Trading, 1980) 139-158.
“The Integrative Doctrine of God in the Bhagavad-Gītā,” Prayer and Contemplation, ed. C. M. Vadakkekara (Bangalore: Asian Trading, 1980) 1-19. [Probably an offprint.] [M II.313a.]
“Contemplation in Śaṅkara and Rāmānuja,” Prayer and Contemplation, ed. C. M. Vadakkekara (Bangalore: Asian Trading, 1980) 209-220. [M II.314. Reprint of M II.245.]
“Stretching Forth to Infinity: The Mystical Doctrine of Gregory of Nyssa,” Prayer and Contemplation, ed. C. M. Vadakkekara (Bangalore: Asian Trading, 1980) 331-348. [M II.315.]
“Foreword,” The Cultural Context of Evangelization in India, S. M. Michael, SVD (Indore: Satprakashan, 1980) 1-4. [M II.316.]
“The Catholic Church in the Crucible,” Religious Situation in the Present-Day World, ed. Taran Singh (Patiala: Punjabi University, 1980) 49-57. [M II.317.]
“Stretching Forth to Infinity: The Mystical Doctrine of Gregory of Nyssa,” Religious Situation in the Present-Day World, ed. Taran Singh (Patiala: Punjabi University, 1980) 331-348. [M II.317a = K B.166.]
“Fond Memories of our O. I. C. Students,” Spark (Pune: Bethany Ashram, 1980) 13-15. [M II.318.]
“Discovery of the Personal God in the Gītā,” Aide Inter-Monastère American Board for East-West Dialogue 1.7-9 (1980):7-9, 6-7, 7-9. [M II.319. Reprint of M II.136.]
Review of Sangam Lal Pandey. Whither Indian Philosophy? In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980):263-266. [M III.41.]
Review of Suzanne Siauve. Hindouime et Christianisme en dialogue. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980):266-267. [M III.42. Reprinted in M III.42a.]
Review of Suzanne Siauve. Hindouisme et Christianisme en dialogue. In Indian Theological Studies 17.1 (Mar. 1980): 76-78. [M III.42a. Reprint of M III.42.]
Review of Paul Hacker. Kleine Schriften. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 16 (1980):267-273. [M III.43.]
Review of Charles Swain. People of the Earth: Transtraditional Dialogue in Christian Perspective. In Indian Missiological Review 2.3 (1980):305-309. [M III.44.]
Review of S. P. Kanal. To Be Good. In Indian Theological Studies 17.4 (Dec. 1980):398-399. [M III.45.]

1981

“Are Mind-Transcending Experiences Self-Interpreting?” The Divine Life 43.5 (1981):154-158. [M II.320. Reprint of M II.305.]
“Fleeting Time and Sacrificially Produced Duration in Vedic Brahmanism and in Early Christianity,” Boletin de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas 17 (1981):147-166. [M II.321. Reprinted as M II.331.]
“Natural Law and the Dharma of Renascent Hinduism,” Indian Law Review 2.3 (1981):3-19. [M 322. Reprinted as M II.328.]
“The Integrative Theology of Prāṇnāth,” Vidyajyoti 45.5 (1981):239-241. [M II.323.]
“Ethics of Swaminarayan and Christianity,” New Dimensions in Vedanta Philosophy, Bhagawan Swaminarayan Bicentenary Commemoration Volume: 1781-1981, Part II, pp. 8-18, X ed. (Ahmedabad: Bochasanwasi, Shri Aksharpurushottam Samsthā, 1981). [M II.324.]
“Le poids du système des castes au Bihar (Inde),” Axes 13 (l981):39-46. [M II.325.]
“Natural Law,” The Divine Life 43 (1981):154-158. [M II.326. Reprint of M II.308.]
“The Significance of Myth in Comparative Religion,” The Viśva-Bhārati Journal of Philosophy 11.1-2 (1981):48-54. [M II.327.]
“Natural Law and the Dharma of Renascent Hinduism,” Indian Theological Studies 18.2 (1981):105-134. [M II.328. Reprint of M II.322.]
Review of Chacko Valiaveetil. Liberated Life: Ideal of Jīvanmukti in Indian Religion, especially in Saiva-Siddhānta. In Indian Theological Studies 18.3 (Sept. 1981):304-307. [M III.46. Also printed as M III.48.]
Review of Chacko Valiaveetil. Liberated Life: Ideal of Jīvanmukti in Indian Religion, especially in Saiva-Siddhānta. In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 17 (1981):251-253. [M III.48. Reprint of M III.46.]
Review of John K. Locke S. J. The Cult of Avalokiteśvara-Matsyendranāth in the Valley of Nepal. In Indian Theological Studies 18.4 (Dec. 1981):385-387. [M III.47.]
Review of S. L. Pandey. Whither Indian Philosophy? Essays in Western and Indian Epistemology. In Review of Darśana 2.2 (1981):57-62. [M III.49.]

1982

“The Christian Conception of Man,” Southern Chronicle 8.1 (1982):21-27. [M III.329.]
“Hegel on Indian Philosophy,” Vidyajyoti 46.11 (1982):555-557. [M II.330.]
“Fleeting Time and Sacrificially Produced Duration in Vedic Brahmanism and in Early Christianity,” Indian Theological Studies 19.1 (1982). [M II.331. Reprint of M II.321.]
Review of Wilhelm Halbfass. Indien und Europa. Perspektiven ihrer, Geistigen Begegnung. In Indian Theological Studies 19.2 (June 1982):183-188. [M III.50.]

1983

“The Concept of Man in Thomism and Neo-Thomism,” Indian Philosophical Annual 15 (1982-1983):1-32. [M II.332. Reprinted as M II.361.]
“Ancient Indian Royal Tradition,” The Divine Life 45.5-8 (1983):188-192; 225-228; 257-260. [M II.333 = K B.177.]
“Probing the Dev Darśana,” Perspectives of the Philosophy of Devātmā, ed. K. K. Mittal (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1983) 233-249. [M II.334.]

1984

“Hindu and Neo-Hindu Exegesis,” Indian Theological Studies 21.3-4 (1984):225-240. [M II.335.]
“Aurobindo and Hindu Myth,” Southern Chronicle 10.6 (1984):8-11. [M II.336.]
“Jesus and Non-Violence,” Gandhi Jyoti (Journal of Gandhian Thought, Bhagalpur University) 1.3 (1984):155-159. [M II.337.]
“Comments on C. R. B. Menon’s ‘A Biological Theory of Communal Conflict’,” Southern Chronicle 10.8 (1984):15-16. [M II.338 = K B.183.]
“Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,” Ignis Studies 6-7 (1984):5-39. [M II.339. Reprint of M II.234.]
“Christianity and Society,” The Viśva-Bhārati Journal of Philosophy 21.1 (1984):89-99. [M II.340. Reprinted as M II.345.]
“Some Characteristics of Buddhist Exegesis,” Indian Theological Studies 21 (1984):241-249. [M II.341.]
Review of B. Barzel. Mystique de l’ineffable dans l’hindouisme et le christianisme. In Indian Theological Studies 21.2 (1984):194-195. [M III.51.]

1985

“Notes on Hinduism versus the Plurality of Religious Traditions,” Boletin de Ia Asociación Española de Orientalistas 21 (1985):289-300. [M II.342 = K B.187. Reprinted as M II.346.]
“Man’s Integral Dynamism and His Quest for Values,” Reality, Knowledge and Value, Felicitation Volume in Honour of A. G. Javadekar, ed. S. R. Bhatt (Delhi: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan, 1985) 133-142. [M II.343.]
“The Hindu Dharma and its Modern Metamorphosis,” The Southern Chronicle 11.12 (1985):1-9. [M II.344.]
“Christianity and Society,” Indian Theological Studies 22.4 (1985):325-337. [M II.345. Reprint of M II.340.]
Review of O. Gächter, Hermeneutics and Language in Pūrva Mīmāṃsa: A Study of Śābara Bhāṣya. In Indian Theological Studies 22.1 (1985):115-116. [M III.52.]
Review of W. Halbfass, Studies in Kumārila and Śaṅkara (1983). In Journal of the American Oriental Society 105.2 (1985):373-374. [M III.54. Also printed as M III.54a.]
Review of W. Halbfass, Studies in Kumārila and Śaṅkara (1983). In Indian Theological Studies 22.2 (1985):205-209. [M III.54a. Also printed as M III.54.]
Review of G. Chemparathy, L’autorité du Véda selon les Nyāya-Vaiśeṣikas. In Indian Theological Studies 22.1 (1985):113-114. [M III.55.]
Review of J. Vattanky, Gaṅgeśa’s Philosophy of God (Adyar Library Series No. 115, The Adyar Research Centre, Madras, 1984). In Indian Theological Studies 22.2 (1985):209-212. [M III.56. Reprinted as M III.56a.]
Review of Noel Sheth, The Divinity of Krishna (Delhi: Manoharlal, 1984). In Indian Theological Studies 22.2 (1985):201-205. [M III.57. Reprinted as M III.57a.]

1986

“Notes on Hinduism versus the Plurality of Religious Traditions,” Indian Theological Studies 23.1 (1986):22-36. [M II.346. Reprint of M II.342.]
“Spiritual Values of Advaita Vedanta and Social Life,” Indian Philosophical Annual 18 (1985-1986):1-15. [M II.347.]
“The Hindu Dharma: Permanence and Change,” E. Ugarte Felicitation Volume: Philosophy and Human Development, ed. A. Amaladass, S. L. Raj, and J. Elampassery (Madras: Satya Nilayam, 1986) 3-26. [M II.348.]
Review of Noel Sheth, The Divinity of Krishna (Delhi: Manoharlal, 1984). In Philosophy East and West 36.3 (July 1986):305-307. [M III.57a. Reprint of M III.57.]
Review of Chantal Van Der Plancke, L’Apocalypse (Brussels, Lumen Vitae, 1984). In Lumen Vitae ?? (1986):467-468. [M III.58.]
Review of J. Vattanky, Gaṅgeśa’s Philosophy of God (Adyar Library Series No. 115, The Adyar Research Centre, Madras, 1984). In Philosophy East and West 36.4 (1986):429-430. [M III.56a. Reprint of M III.56.]
Review of Doctrine de Ia Non-dualité (advaita-vāda) et Christianisme (1982) by ‘Un Moine d’Occident’ (= Fr. Elie, La Trappe). In Indian Theological Studies 23.1 (1986):65-68. [M III.53 = K C.46.]

1987

“Forward Steps in Śaṅkara Research,” (Pratap Seth Endowment Lecture on Śaṅkara Vedānta: Indian Philosophical Congress, 62nd session, June 6-9, 1987, University of Kashmir, Srinagar.) Darshana International (Moradabad, India) 26.3 (1987):33-46. [M II.349.]
“The Medieval Inheritance of Dante,” Journal of the Department of English (University of Calcutta) 23.1-2 (1986-1987):37-49. [M II.350 = K B.190.]

1988

“Light from the Christian Jñāna-Karma-Bhakti Samuccaya,” Religious Consciousness and Life-Worlds, ed. T. S. Rukmani (New Delhi: Indus Publ. Company, 1988) 64-83. [M II.351.]
“Dynamics of Hinduism and Hindu-Christian Dialogue,” Communio (Winter 1988):436-450. [M II.352.]
“A Presentation,” Where the Universe Becomes One Nest or: On Christianity, India and Marxism, A Study, Sachit Dhar (Calcutta: Aditi Nath Sarkar, 1988) vii-xv. [M II.353 = K B.194, which gives Smt. Monika Devi and Trustees as the Publisher.]
“The Wide Range of De Nobili’s Doctrine,” Vidyajyoti 52.3 (1988):159-164. [M II.354.]
“Swami Narendranand’s ‘Hindu Spirituality’.” (Allahabad: St Paul, 1987). In Vidyajyoti 52.2 (Feb. 1988):108-109. [M III.59.]
Review of Soosai Arokiasamy SJ, Dharma, Hindu and Christian, according to Roberto de Nobili. Documenta Missionalia Series 19. Roma: Editrice Pontificia Università Gregoriana, 1986. In Vidyajyoti 52.3 (March 1988) 159-164. [M III.59a.]
Review of Thomas Dabre, The God-Experience of Tukārām, A Study in Religious Symbolism (Pune: Jnana Deepa Vidyapeeth, 1987). In Jivan (Delhi) (June 1988):28. [M III.60.]

1989

“Gītā/Gospel Convergencies,” Sevartham 14 (1989): 13-19. [M II.355. Reprinted as M II.362.]
“The Buddha, Meister Eckhart and Śaṅkarācārya on ‘Nothing’,” Journal of Religious Studies (Patiala: Punjabi University) 17 (1989):56-69. [M II.356.]
“Radhakrishnan’s Interpretation of Śaṅkara,” Radhakrishnan Centenary Volume, ed. G. Parthasarathi and D. P. Chattopadhyaya (Delhi: OUP, 1989) 53-70. [M II.357.]
“Radhakrishnan’s Second Presentation of Śaṅkara’s Teaching,” Prajña (Special issue for S. R’s Centenary smṛti) 34 (1989):83-96. [M II.358.]
“Christian Integration of the Three Margas,” Ignis l8.l (1989):19-27. [M II.359.]
“Origin: Creation and Emanation,” Wisdom Light (1989):27-42. [M II.360. Reprint of M II.298.]
“The Concept of Man in Thomism and Neo-Thomism,” Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989):336-372. [M II.361. Reprint of M II.332.]
“Gītā/Gospel Convergencies,” Southern Chronicle 15 (1989):18-21. [M II.362. Reprint of M II.355.]
“Jesus and the Avatāra,” Dialogue and Syncretism, ed. J. D. Gort, H. M. Vroom, R. Fernhout, A. Wessels (Grand Rapids: W. Eerdmans Publ. Co., 1989) 153-162. [M II.363 = K B.201, which gives Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi as the publisher.]
Review of Felix Wilfred, The Emergent Church in a New India (Tiruchirapalli: St Paul’s Seminary, 1988). In Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989):98-99. [M III.61.]
Review of Zacharias Paranilam, Christian Openness to the World Religions (Alwaye: Pontifical Institute Publications, 1989). In Indian Theological Studies 26 (1989):187-188. [M III.62.]

1990

“The Biblical Concept of a Human Person,” Ignis 19 (1990):59-64. [M II.364.]
“The Christian Concept of a Human Person,” Ignis 19 (1990):127-130. [M II.365.]
“Technology and the Ethico-Religious Claims,” New Technological Civilization and Indian Society, ed. B. D. Nag Chaudhuri (New Delhi: Shimla & Indus Publ. Co., 1990) 61-66. [M II.366.]
“Surrounded by Excellence,” Jivan (1990):8, 10-11. [M II.367.]
“Relevant Advice,” Ignis 19 (l990):163-164. [M II.368.]
Review of Ignatius Jesudasan, Gandhian Theology of Liberation (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1987). In Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990):97-98. [M III.63.]
Review of Henri de Lubac, Mémoire sur l’occasion de mes écrits (Brussels: Collection Culture et Verité, 1989). In Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990):373-375. [M III.64.]
Review of N. S. Xavier, The Two Faces of Religion. (Bangalore: Theological Publications in India, 1989). In Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990):375-378. [M III.65.]
Review of Sylvie Murr, Vol. 1: Moeurs et Coutumes des Indiens (1777): Un inédit du Père G.-L. Coeurdoux, dans la version de N.-J. Desvaulx. Vol. II: L’Indologie du Père Coeurdoux (Paris: Ecole Francaise d’Extrême Orient, 1987). In Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990):371-373. [M III.66.]
Review of Parmananda Divarkar, The Path of Interior Knowledge (Anand: Gujarat Sahitya Prakash, 1990). In Indian Theological Studies 27 (1990):378-380. [M III.67.]

1991

“Robert de Nobili as Forerunner of Hindu-Christian Dialogue,” Hindu-Christian Studies Bulletin 4 (1991):1-9. [M II.369.]
“The Exercises in India: An Early Ignatian Revival,” Ignis 20 (1991):191-198. [M II.370.]
“A Mirror for Provincials,” Ignis 20 (1991):23-24. [M II.371.]
“Christ and the Transforming Growth of Religions.” Vidyajyoti Journa1 of Theological Reflection 55 (1991):449-457. [M II.372.]
“Interphilosophical and Religious Dialogue in my Life,” Pilgrims of Dialogue, ed. A. Pushparajan (Mannar: Sangam Dialogue Centre, 1991) 1-6. [M II.373.]
Review of John Locke, Buddhist Monasteries of Nepal (Kathmandu: Sahayogi Press, 1985). In Indian Theological Studies 28 (1991):202-203. [M III.68.]

1992

“Dove va l’India?” La Civiltà Cattolica (1992):301-308. [M II.374.]
“The Concord Incantation of Atharvaveda III, 30,” Vidyajyoti Journal of ‘Theological Reflection 56 (1992):616-618. [M II.375.]
“A Curious Fact of Jesuit Literary History,” Jivan (April 1992):30. [M II.376 = K B.214.]
“A Contribution to Ecological Theology,” Vidyajyoti: Journal of Theological Reflection 56 (1992):172-174. [M II.377.]
“The Creative Word in Śaṅkara Vedānta,” Divine Life (1992):14-20. [M II.378. Reprinted as M II.390.]
“Secularism and the Supernatural,” with Saral Jhingram (a dialogue by letters) Indian Theological Studies 29 (1992):55-67. [M II.381.]
Tord Fornberg. Jewish-Christian Dialogue and Biblical Exegesis (Uppsala: Studia Missionalia Uppsaliensa, 1988). In Vidyajyoti 56 (1992):240-241. [M III.69.]
Som Raj Gupta. The Word Speaks to the Faustian Man. Vol. I (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991). In Indian Theological Studies 29 (1992):274. [M III.70. Also printed as M III.70a.]
Som Raj Gupta. The Word Speaks to the Faustian Man. Vol. I (Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1991). In Boletin de la Asociaciòn Española de Orientalistas 28 (1992):282. [M III.70a. Also printed as M III.70.]

1993

“Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,” Part I, Indian Journal of Spirituality 6 (1993):191-206. [M II.382.]
“Indian Roots for the Lord-Vassal Relationship in the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius,” Part II, Indian Journal of Spirituality 6 (1993):294-321. [M II.383.]
“Modernity and Postmodernity,” Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993):5-17. [M II.384.]
“Sidelights on Segers’ Conception of ‘Christ-Bread’,” Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993):343-351. [M II.385.]
“Introducing Christian Youth to Hindu Spirituality” Divyadaan: Journal of Philosophy and Education 5 (1993-94):31-40. [M II.386.]
“Towards Transcendence.” Review of Moti Lal Pandit, A Historico-Analytical Study of Yoga as a Method of Liberation (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1991). In Indian Theological Studies 30/1 (1993) 71-72. [M III.70a.]
Review of Jose Thachil, The Upaniṣads: A Socio-Religious Approach (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1993). In Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993):175-177. [M III.71.]
Review of John Vattanky, Development of Nyāya Theism (New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, 1993). In Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993):177-179. [M III.72.]
Review of Srinivasa Rao, Advaita: A Critical Investigation (Bangalore: Indian Philosophical Foundation, 1985). In Indian Theological Studies 30 (1993):179-181. [M III.73.]

1994

“Foreword” to Nimbārka: A Pre-Sankara Vedāntin and His Philosophy, Joseph Satyanand (Varanasi: Vishwa Jyoti Gurukul, 1994), 2 pp. [M II.387.]
“Śaṇkara’s Perspective on Meaning and Truth,’ Hermeneutics: Truth and/or Meaning, ed. J. Maliekal (Kondadaba: St. John’s Regional Seminary, 1994) 50-60[RI1] . [M II.384 bis.]
“The Presuppositions of Jaimini and the Vedāntins,” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 11 (1994):77-87. [M II.388.]
“Job’s ‘Insufferable Comforters’ and the Law of Karma,” Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 58 (1994):308-318. [M II.389.]
“The Creative Word in Śaṅkara-Vedānta,” La parola creatrice in India e nel Medio Oriente. Atti del Seminario della Facoltà di Lettere dell’Università di Pisa, 29-31 maggio 1991, ed. Catarina Conio (Pisa: Giardini, 1994) 91-99. [M II.390. Reprint of M II.378.]
“Hindu Eschatology and Assistance to the Dying,” L’assistenza al moriente, ed. E. Sgreccia et alii (Milan: Vita e Pensiero, 1994) 298-307. [M II.391.]
“From Catholic Theology to Sankara Vedanta and Return with Fr F.X. Clooney.” Review Article: Francis X. Clooney, Theology after Vedānta: An Experiment in Comparative Theology (Albany: State University of New York, 1993). In Vidyajyoti 58 (1994):795-807. [M III.74.]

1995

“The Dynamics of Contemplation According to Shankaracharya,” Estratto degli Atti del Congresso Internazionale Semiotica del Testo Mistico, 1991) (L’Aquila: Edizioni del Gallo Cedrone, 1995) 666-674. [M II.392.]
“The Origin and Reach of Prayer to the One God,” Shabda, Shakti, Sangam, ed. Vandana Mataji (Rishikesh: Jeevan-Dhara Sadhana Kutir, 1995) 79-82. [M II.393.]
“Towards a Real-Life Indian Theology, 1. In the Beginning was Om,” Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 59 (1995):333-337. [M II.394.]
“Towards a Real-Life Indian Theology: 2. The Advaita of Christianity,” Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection 59 (1995):405-409. [M II.395.]
Review of B. N. K. Sharma, Advaitasiddhi Vs. Nyāyamṛta: An Up to Date Critical Reappraisal. Part I (Bangalore: Anandatirtha Pratishthana, 1994). In Indian Theological Studies 32 (1995):181-184. [M III.75.]
Review of George Panthanmackel, One in Many: An Investigation into the Metaphysical Vision of Karl Rahner (Bangalore: Indian Institute of Spirituality, 1993). In Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 13 (1995): 189-191. [M III.76.]

1996

“Materials Toward an Indo-Western Understanding of the Dignity of the Human Person,” Journal of Dharma 21 (1996):39-46. [M II.396.]
“Origins and Problems of Bioethics in India,” Vidyajyoti 60 (1996):654-662. [M II.397.]

1997

Religious Hinduism (ed. and contributor). 4th revised edition. (Mumbai: St. Pauls, 1997). [M I.6.]
“Nyaya Philosophy of Language” Vidyajyoti 61 (1997):57-58. [M II.398.]

1998

“From Tamil Shaivism to Saint Paul with Jaswant Raj.” Indian Theological Studies 55 (1998):74-84. [M II.399.]



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