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Acarya accepted ajiva analysis Anga Anuvrata Anuvrata movement aparigraha apprehension arhat ascetic aspect asserted atoms attained avadhi Buddhist Carvaka clairvoyance cognition comprehension consciousness considered darsana dharana dharma Digambaras distinction doctrine Dvaita epistemology ethical evident evolution existence experiences external fact five gunasthana hence Hindu house-holder human Ibid identity Indian Philosophy individual inference infinite number Jacobi Jaina classic Jaina conception Jaina philosophers Jaina Psychology Jaina theory Jaina tradition Jaina view Jainism jiva jnana karma karmic particles kevala-jnana knowledge Mahavlra maintains mati-jnana matter Mehta metaphysical mind modes moksa Nandi-Sutra nastika nature naya non-possession non-violence objects omniscience Parsva perceived perception perfect point of view position possess pramana pratyaksa principle proposition Purvas referred regard religion result samvara Sarvarthasiddhi scholars scriptures sect sensation sense organs significant skandha soul specific spiritual sruta-jnana stage standpoint substance Sutra Svetambaras Tattvartha-Sutra telepathy term tion Tlrthankara types of karma universe Vaisesika various vows