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critique of Śaṅkara"s philosophy of appearance
KaМ„jiМ„ NuМ„rula IsalaМ„ma
Study of the non-dualistic (Advaita) Vedanta school in Hindu philosophy.
|Other titles||Śaṅkara"s philosophy of appearance.|
|Statement||Kazi Nurul Islam.|
|LC Classifications||B133.S5 I83 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 262 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||88905823|
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A review of Reinventing. About the Book In this book, Dr. S.P Verma has given a new interpretation of the role of reason in Sankara Vedanta. Reason plays two roles in Sankara's philosophy, viz. Primary and secondary. In its prim ry role, reason is employed by Sankara to remove the superimpositions of not-self on self by refuting opponents, theories which mistake this or that form of not self for self.
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