In this post of Important Reference Books For UPSC CSE Philosophy Optional we endeavour to provide you with the list of best books for UPSC CSE Philosophy Optional.
From the inception of UPSC Examination, has been one of the most scoring subjects in UPSC IAS Mains Exam. It has given spectacular results. Among the humanities subjects, it has the potentiality of scoring good marks.UPSC has released the notification for UPSC 2021 IAS Exam.
UPSC IAS Exam is conducted in three phases- Prelims, Mains and Interview. The preparation should be done in such a way that all three phases are in proper focus. For a good performance in Mains exam, optional papers play a significant role.
Philosophy is one of the subjects where one need wide and selective reading. It has the shortest syllabus with great scoring potential in UPSC Mains exam. The paper I of Philosophy optional deals with the Indian and Western philosophy. It is purely conceptual and there is no as such applied part. Aspirants cannot write their own philosophy. Paper II of Philosophy optional is extremely broad and contains themes of common interest. It deals with Socio-Political philosophy and Philosophy of Religion.
In this article, IAS candidates can check the suggested readings of Philosophy optional books for UPSC exam.
UPSC Philosophy Books for Paper-I & Paper-II
|History & Problems of Philosophy|
|A History of Philosophy by Frank Thilly|
|Survey of Indian Philosophy by C D Sharma|
|Indian Philosophy, A Counter Perspective by Dr Daya Krishna|
|Indian Philosophy II Volume by Dr S. Radhakrishnan|
|Existentialism: A Reconstruction by David Cooper|
|Existentialism Is A Humanism by Jean-Paul|
|An Introduction to Indian Philosophy- S Chatterjee|
|A Critical Survey of Indian Philosophy- C Sharma|
|A History of Philosophy-Frank Thilly|
|A Critical History of Western Philosophy- Y Masih|
|Contemporary Western Philosophy- Dr B.K. Lal|
|An Introduction to Political Theory by O P Gauba|
|Philosophy of Religion|
|Introduction to Religious Philosophy By Y Masih|
|Philosophy of Religion by John H. Hick|