JANÁČEK, Adolf

JANÁČEK, Adolf. Přerov 11.6.1901 — Prague 17.7.1963. Czechoslovakian Indologist. Ph.D. School-teacher (professor) teaching Czech and German.

Publications: “František Čupr a Schopenhauer”, Česká mysl 1/25, 1929, 12-27.

– “The Methodical Principle in Yoga according to Patañjali’s Yoga-Sūtras”, ArO 19, 1951, 514-567; “The ‘voluntaristic’ Type of Yoga in Patañjali’s Yoga-Sūtras”, ArO 22, 1954, 69-87; “The Meaning of Pratyaya in Patañjali’s Yoga-Sūtras”, ArO 25, 1957, 201-260; “Two Texts of Patañjali and a statistical comparison of their vocabularies (Justification of the statistical method and its limitations)”, ArO 26, 1958, 88-100; “To the Problem of Indian Philosophical Texts”, ArO 27, 1959, 463-475; “Negative impulse in nidra”, JYI 11:7, 1966, 101-103; “The Message of Patanjali’s Yoga-Sutras”, Shri Yogendra, Yoga in Modem Life. Santa Cruz, India: The Yoga Institute, 1966, 118-1??.

– “The Hindī kāraṇ, sac and āścary as Nominal Nominative Sentences”, ArO 26, 1958, 197-211.

Translated: S. Radhakrishna, Indická filosofie. 1-2. 734+832 p. Prague 1961-62.

Books in Czech on Czech language and literature.

Sources: Scanty stray notes in Internet (mostly in Czech).

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