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The Scottish philosopher Lady Mary Shepherd (1777–1847) wrote two major works: Essays on the Perception of an External Universe (1827) and An Essay Upon the Relation of Cause and Effect ( 1824 ). For a brief discussion of Shepherd’s life and her historical context, see ( Atherton 1994 , 147–49). For a more in depth treatment, see ( McRobert 2014 ). The latter is my concern in this paper. Included in her explicitly stated goals for the book are the proofs of four anti-Humean claims: 1. “that reason , not fancy and “custom,” leads us to the knowledge

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Buddhist Philosophy - Dinnäga and Dharmakirti, New Delhi 1984 (Hiromasa Tosaki). - 146-149 *Mary Shepherd Slusser, Nepal Mandala. A Cultural Study of the Kathmandu Valley, 2 vols., Princeton 1982 (Per Kvaerne). - 152-157 *Robert A. F. Thurmann, Tsong Khapa's Speech of Gold in the Essence of True Eloquence. Reason and Enlightenment in the Central Philosophy of Tibet, Princeton 1984 (J . W. de Jong). - 158 Personalnachrichten über die Autoren der Aufsätze. 3 159-160 J. W. de Jong, E B. J . Kuiper: Bibliography 1978-1987 (Fortsetzung der Bibliographie von IIJ 19

the Brain, and against the Attaok by Sir David Brewster on the Rationale of Cerebral Vision, London 1837. [Letter] To the Author of "The Metaphysician", in: Blackwood's Magazine, Hi, 1837, 2 6 5 - 2 6 7 . Letters from John Fearn, Esq., addressed to the Editor; con- taining Mr. Fearn's Correspondence with Dr. Parr, and Dugald Stewart, Esq.; also Lady Mary Shepherd's Remarks, and Mr. Fearn's Reply, in: PARRIANA: or Notices of the Rev. Samuel Parr, col- lected from various sources, printed and in Manuscript, and in Part written by E.H. Barker, 2 vols., London

(Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India), 61, 72, 183 Silver, Hilary, 108 Simraungadh, 180–181, 185, 191, 193, 271 n. 2 Sindhupalchok district, Nepal, xi, xv, 25, 72, 100, 110, 119, 125, 146, 161, 163, 169–170, 185, 196, 213, 268 n. 13, 273 n. 14 Sivaramakrishnan, Kalyanakrishnan, 116 Slusser, Mary Shepherd, 110, 111 social inclusion, 108, 126. See also inclusion; samavesikaran social remittances, 19, 116 social welfare, 140–144 souls, 199–201 spiritual forecasting, 186–189 Starn, Orin, 31 state control, 7, 36 state recognition, 8, 14, 57, 211 Stein, Genevieve, 11, 265 n

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.J.: Princeton University Press, 1994. Sircar, D. C. The Sâkta Pïthas. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1973. , ed. Foreigners in Ancient India and Laksmï and Sarasvati in Art and Liter- ature. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1970. Sivaramamurti, C. Nataraja in Art, Thought and Literature. New Delhi: National Museum, 1974. Skanda-puräna. 5 vols. Calcutta: Mansukharaja Mora, 1959-62. Slusser, Mary Shepherd. Nepal Mandala: A Cultural Study of the Kathmandu Val- ley. 2 vols. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1982. Sontheimer, Gunther-Dietz. Pastoral Deities in

: Motilal Banarsidass, 1974. ——— . “Indological Notes — R. C. Majumdar’s Chronology of the Pāla Kings.” Journal of Ancient Indian History IX (1975 – 76): 200 – 10. ——— . “Mahīpāla of a Manuscript in the Cambridge University library.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 102, no. 1 (1982): 125 – 27. Skilling, Peter. “A Note on the History of the Bhikkhunī-Saṅgha (II): the order of Nuns after the Parinirvāṇa.” W.F.B. Review 30/31, no. 4/1 (1993/94): 29 – 34. Slusser, Mary Shepherd. Nepal Mandala: A Cultural Study of the Kathmandu Val- ley. 2 vols. Princeton, NJ

- 5. Räjes Diksit, Bhairavl evam Dhümävati Tantra Sästra (Agra: Dip Publica- tion, 1 9 8 8 ) , p. 1. 6. Ib id , pp. 5 7 - 5 8 , 6 1 , 6 4 . 7. Ibid, p. 61; see also her thousand-name hymn in the Säkta-pramoda (Bom- bay: Khemräja Srikrsnadäsa Prakäsän, 1 9 9 2 ) , p. 2 8 8 , where she is said to exist in a circle of fire, to be a circle of fire, and to be destructive fire. 8. Diksit, Bhairavi evam Dhümävati, p. 57. NOTES TO PAGES 171-179 9. Säkta-pramoda, pp. 265, 266, 268. 10. Mary Shepherd Slusser, NepalMandala:A Cultural Study of the Kathmandu Valleyj 2

13 years or more.12 The gap between minimum education and minimum age require- ments meant that many aspiring nurses had to wait a year before entering training, during which time they worked at other jobs or at home. Winnipeg General Hospital grad Mary Shepherd worked in her father’s store for a year until she was old enough to begin her nursing education. Determined to become a nurse, Shepherd calculated that her year as a sales clerk would help her ‘get used to standing all day’ once training began. Other nurses were less sure of their career goals and gained