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Vedanta and Quantum physics ll

I don’t mean to dismiss quantum physics, for its findings have applicability in terms of the apparent reality. Nor do I mean to disregard the relevance of understanding the non-dual nature of reality, for certainly non-dual vision provides the foundation … Continue reading

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The art of enquiry (and self-examination) in Plato

Most people do not like ‘difficult words’, such as metaphysics, ontology, axiology, propaedeutics, and try to stay away from such things as philosophy, ethics and other disciplines… even from speaking about religion. These are considered to be either too hard, … Continue reading

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