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accepted affirmation ajiva Anekanta Anekantavada approach aspects of Reality assertion attempted avadhi Brahmanism Buddhist Carvaka characteristic clay complex nature complexity of Reality comprehension conceded concept of philosophy considered critical method distinction divergent doctrine dravya eastern philosophy emerge existence explicated fact hence Hinduism Ibid implication important indescribable Indian Logic Indian philosophy Indian thought Indian tradition indicate infinite number Jaina concept Jaina philosophers Jaina theory Jaina tradition Jaina view Jainism as metaphilosophy jiva kevala-jnana knowledge of Reality logical Mahavira manifold metaphysical nature of Reality naya Nayavada Nyaya object one-sided arguments Padmarajiah perception perspectives point of view positions pramana proposed proposition Reality reason reconciliation referred regard reiterated rejection S.N. Dasgupta schools of philosophy schools of thought scope sense sense-organs significance skandha specific standpoints subject-matter of philosophy Substance suggested Syadvada Syat systems of philosophy Tattvartha-Sutra term darsana understood universe Vaisesika validity various schools visualised Wilfred Cantwell Smith