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THE PHILOSOPHY OF VIJNANABHIKSU
BONDAGE AND RELEASE
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absolutely acquire the knowledge admitted Agnihotra Atman atomic attributes avidya Badarayana Bhagavad Bhagavad Gita bhiksu bliss body bondage and release buddhi conjunction contradicted created creation creator desire destroyed devoid dissolution effect eternal ether exist false appearance gunas Ibid identity with Brahman internal organ Jaimini Jiva Gosvami knowers of Brahman knowledge of Brahman Mahat manas manifested material cause maya means meditation mental mode merits and demerits modifications of prakrti nacre nature of pure nescience non-existent non-separateness object opines partless pleasure and pain prakrti and souls pramana prescribed produced pure consciousness purusa rajas and tamas Ramanuja reflection of Brahman released soul Samkara Samkhya Sarhkara Sarhkhya sattva self's sense sense-organs Smrti says soul and Brahman specific duties Sruti and Smrtis Sruti asserts Sruti says subsidiary substrate substratum-cause subtle body subtle essences Supreme Soul tasmat texts Theistic Vedantists tion ubiquitous unmanifest unreal Vedas Vijnana Vijnanabhiksu replies volition Yogacaras