The Tradition of Advaita: Essays in Honour of Bhāṣyabhāvaj˝a V.R. Kalyāṇasundara Śāstrī
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, 1994 - Philosophy - 248 pages
Festschrift honoring Kalyňa˛nasundaraÔsňastrňi; comprises articles on Advaita in Hindu philosophy.
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The Absolute and God
The One and the Many
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absence according admitted Advaita Advaitin appears argument arises asat associated avidyā basic basis becomes body Brahman called cause cognition commentary concept consists delimited direct distinction distinguished effect empirical entity example existence experience explain expression fact false final follows Hence holds human idea identical illusory important Indian Indian Philosophy individual individual soul involves īśvara jīva kind knowledge known latter liberation locus logical manifestation material cause māyā means metaphysics mind modal ignorance nature noted object perceived perception person philosophy plurality position possible present principle pure consciousness question reality realization reason reference reflected regarded relation remains removed rope Sankara schools scripture sense snake speak śruti stage status takes teaching things thinking thought tion tradition transformative tree true truth ultimate understanding University unreal Upanişad valid Vedānta