[Advaita-l] 'End' not 'Means'

Aditya Varun Chadha adichad at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 02:06:00 CDT 2006


On 4/27/06, Aditya Varun Chadha <adichad at gmail.com> wrote:
> To prove that
> something is falsifiable, one has to show the existence of an
> ambivalent experiment, which I have done above for the issue in
> consideration.

* which I have done BELOW for the issue in consideration

> _______
> Saying that nirguNa brahman exists because Sruti says so and that's
> that, is fine because the claim of existence is UNFALSIFIABLE.
> Saying that women are not fit to study the vedas because Sruti says so
> and that's that, is NOT fine because the claim is in theory
> falsifiable through pratyakSa. The experiment: let several (enough to
> form a statistical sample space) women study the vedas, and see the
> effect on them. If the effect is on average negetive on society as a
> whole, Sruti is upheld, else it is falsified.

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