Advaita, a Conceptual Analysis
D.K. Printworld, 1996 - Advaita - 256 pages
The Book Analyses The Concepts Of Atman, Brahman, And The World, Highlighting Sankara S Advaitism . In The Context Of Sankara S Philosophy Vis-A-Vis The Upanisads, It Is Perhaps The First To Explore The Meaning And Functions Of Language.
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admit asserted avidya basic basis belong to consciousness Brahman is realised Brahman or atman Brahmari BrUpBh Carvaka clay comprehends conceived conception of atman conceptions of Brahman context creation deep sleep definitions of Brahman deities deny devotion different from Brahman directly and immediately distinction Divine dtman dualistic duality or difference empirical knowledge essence and unity explain functions identified ignorance inner reality intelligible interpretation knower knowing the nature knowledge of Brahman logically manifestation means of knowledge mind moksa name and form nature of atman nature of Brahman nature of reality negation non-duality object of knowledge objective nature objective validity one's oneself ontological person philosophical possible Prajapati prana present presupposed problem pure consciousness purusa Rahu realising advaita realm relation revealed Samkhya scriptural seen seers self-expression sense significant sublated systems of metaphysics thing true nature true or objective truth turiya ultimate reality ultimate source Vaisesika various Veda Vedantic views wrong knowledge