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The status of concepts in Plato and Shankara

Parallel account of the ontological status of concepts in Plato and Shankara. Continue reading

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What is Vedanta III

This basic method of object-analysis can be applied to all seemingly independent phenomena both gross and subtle, for as is obvious with regard to dreams and even emotions – which are invariably evoked by images, vivid or vague – even … Continue reading

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Everything is Consciousness (the world its play)

Its (Yoga Vasishta’s) teaching is that everything is Consciousness, including the material world, and that the world is as you see it. This is absolutely true. The world is nothing but the play of Consciousness. Abhinavagupta, the great tenth century … Continue reading

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