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Chapter 3 offers the first sustained and systematic approach to understanding the ideas of Company servant Alexander Dow. It outlines how Dow’s assessment of the origins of the Hindoo religion was grounded in the language and concepts of eighteenth-century rational religion according to an account of Dow’s treatment of the two primary schools of thought that he argued make up the Hindoo religion: the Bedang (Vedānta) and the Neadrisen (Nyāya).
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