[Advaita-l] No Parinama in Brahman says Shankara Bhagavatpada
Praveen R. Bhat
bhatpraveen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 04:36:35 EDT 2019
Sorry missed the group in reply!
> On Thu 27 Jun, 2019, 13:21 H S Chandramouli, <hschandramouli at gmail.com>
>> Namste Praveen Ji,
>> A quick initial response, covering just one fundamental point (in my
>> Reg << True, but this was already covered with tucCha and mithyA.
>> However, he is not convinced as to how something non-existent can derive
>> from brahman as it is non-existent >>,
>> Well. Certainly I expected this question, but from Sudhanshu Ji !!
> That's why I said he, as I don't have this question. The only possibility
> is anirvachanIyayA mAyayA sarvasya sambhavAt, where mAyA is better
> interpreted as magic. To me, it is a very satisfying answer though others
> may see it as a non-answer.
> Some may have to have samAdhyanubhava to resolve such questions.
> In fact , in my view, that is the crux of the problem being discussed.
>> Well, the answer is, it is an axiom in logic that only an “ Existing “
>> entity can have any activity like appearence. And not a nonexisting
>> entity. It is a Declaration, to be accepted as truth, without any
>> questions. It is based on this, and other axioms as well, as foundation
>> that the logical structure is built. This position, that it is an axiom and
>> not an established truth in logic, is what is completely overlooked in
>> the objection raised above.
> Thanks, I agree with you. In fact, the resultant of tarka itself cannot be
> idamittham due to the axioms being questionable.
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