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The Problem of the Universal Core
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argument asserts believe Brahman Buddha Buddhist called Christian mystics common characteristics concept contradiction course cultures D. T. Suzuki described discuss distinct divine doubt dualism Dwight Goddard Eckhart emotional empirical contents empty ence essence eternal ethics evidence exist expressed extrovertive fact feeling Ghazzali Godhead Hinayana Hindu human Ibid identity individual ineffable infinite intellect interpretation introvertive experience introvertive type Islam J. A. Symonds kind Koestler language laws of logic Mandukya Upanishad means metaphor mind monism multiplicity mystical consciousness mystical experience nature nirvana nonmystic objective pantheism pantheistic paradox passage perceived perhaps perience philosophical phrase Plotinus poetic problem psychological pure ego question quoted reality reason religions religious Rudolf Otto Ruysbroeck seems sense experience soul speak Spinoza spiritual statement subjective supposed Suzuki Tennyson Teresa theistic things thought tion trans true truth understanding undifferentiated unity union Universal Upanishads vacuum-plenum Vedanta void words writes York