jay at r-c-i.com
Wed May 28 11:30:50 CDT 2003
> On Wednesday, May 28, 2003 11:54 AM, Jaldhar H. Vyas Wrote
> Advaita Vedanta for instance thinks that adhyaropa-apavada is superior for
> the knowledge of Brahman. However Upakrama etc. are used when
I know that Advaita vEdanta thinks that it is superior to samanvaya.
I would like to know why it considers samanvaya as inadequate,
what could be the possible reasons?.
> > Where in prasthAna-traya do we hear about adhyArOpa-apavAda?
> > How do we use it? What are its steps?.
> There are discusiions of this in the Brahmasuta and upanishadbhashyas but
Are you saying it is not found in the prasthAna-traya itself, but is found only in
If I have a strong working tool-A in understanding Veda, and if I am asked
to switch to tool-B, don't I have to know why my tool-A is inadequate
That is why I would like to know why the method of 'samanvaya' that is found in
the sootra and also found in shruti, was found to be inadequate by the thinkers of
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