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Samkaras Philosophy of Language
Avidya Adhyasa and other Related
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absolutely according to Samkara Advait Advaitin analysis of language apply a concept Arjuna assert Avidya awareness B. S. Vol Bhisma Brahman character characteristics cognitive forms colour constituent words context contextual meaning contradicted corrigible coupling declares dependent Deva Dutta Devadatta discussed distinction doctrine of Adhyasa dream experience empirical entity Epistemology eternal existence fact factual discourse false Geeta idea identity propositions illusion illusory Indian philosophy inference jnana judge judgement kind Kshatriya linguistic forms logical analysis logical error logical predicate logical subject meaningful sentence metaphorical metaphysics method monism moral law never non-eternal non-real Nyaya observation particular perceive perception philosophic knowledge predicate expression proper names propositional form propositional symbolism psychological qualities question real nature reality reference relational proposition rope Sabda Pramana Saindhava scriptural self-complete sense sense field signifies snake sortal Srughna Sruti subject-predicate sublated subsequent Sutra Tantra thing universal unreal Upanishads Vaisesika Vedanta Vedantins Vidyaranya waking experience word cow