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Tokoh Inspirasi Chanakya

Cānakya (saro Sanskerta:चाणक्य Cāṇakya, Tamil: சாணக்கியன்; IAST: Cāṇakiyan (sakitar 350–275 SM) ima sada penasihat maharaja Maurya parjolo, Chandragupta dot katua arsitek atia maso kabangkitanna.[1] Kautilya dot Vishnugupta, gorar na binoto ima Canakya, panulis Arthaśāstra.[2] Canakya ianggap manjadi pelopor elmu politik dot ekonomi India.[3] I Dunia Barat, i pio "Machiavelli India", bope kario Canakya naumjolo pado Machiavelli sakitar 1.800 taon. Canakya ima sada guru i Takṣaśila, pusat marsiajar kuno, dot dohot di na pajongjong Kamaharajaan Maurya, na parjolo i anak benua India. Kario-karionia mago atia mardonok ujung Dinasti Gupta dot inda dapot mulak sampe taon 1915.[4][5][6][7].

Sumberna

  1. V. K. Subramanian (1980). Maxims of Chanakya: Kautilya. Abhinav Publications. pp. 1–. ISBN 978-0-8364-0616-0. isise 2016-01-16. 
  2. Hassan Sadhily. Ensiklopedi Indonesia Volume 2. Jakarta: Ichtiar Baru-Van Hoeve.
  3. Mabbett, I. W. (1964). "The Date of the Arthaśāstra". Journal of the American Oriental Society. American Oriental Society. 84 (2): 162–169. doi:10.2307/597102. JSTOR 597102. ISSN 0003-0279. 
  4. L. K. Jha, K. N. Jha (1998). "Chanakya: the pioneer economist of the world", International Journal of Social Economics 25 (2–4), p. 267–282.
  5. Waldauer, C., Zahka, W.J. and Pal, S. 1996. Kauṭilya's Arthashastra: A neglected precursor to classical economics. Indian Economic Review, Vol. XXXI, No. 1, pp. 101–108.
  6. Tisdell, C. 2003. A Western perspective of Kauṭilya's Arthashastra: does it provide a basis for economic science? Economic Theory, Applications and Issues Working Paper No. 18. Brisbane: School of Economics, The University of Queensland.
  7. Sihag, B.S. 2007. Kauṭilya on institutions, governance, knowledge, ethics and prosperity. Humanomics 23 (1): 5–28.