[Advaita-l] Source of quotes
narayana145 at yahoo.co.in
Wed Mar 27 00:05:27 EDT 2019
Dear Sean Geiger,
In brahmasutra 2-1-6 Sri Shankara Has very clearly shown
anvaya vyatirEkanyAya by the following statement :
svapnAntabuddhAntayOruBayOritarEtaravyaBicArAt AtmanO ananvAgatattvam ||This reasoning is called Srautatatarka.
With respectful namaskars,Sreenivasa Murthy
On Wednesday, 27 March, 2019, 8:28:45 am IST, Sean Geiger via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
The Anvaya Vyatireka principle is well documented in Advaita and logic
sources. anvaya means the presence of one thing with another, and vyatireka
means the absence of one thing when the other is absent. For instance, the
logical declaration, "where there is smoke there is fire", can be explained
as the presence of fire wherever smoke is present- anvaya, and the absence
of fire wherever smoke is absent- vyatireka, although in this case, it is
not necessarily true that fire has to be absent when smoke is absent. There
could be smokeless fire. For examples from Advaita, see
I could not find explanations for your second quote. I hope someone will be
able to explain it.
On Wed, Mar 27, 2019 at 2:18 AM Ryan Armstrong via Advaita-l <
advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> नमस्ते Dear group
> I have not had the time to post for a while and have missed your wonderful
> I have followed some threads when time permitted.
> I am posting now requesting help to identify the source of two quotes
> I was given an audio recording, so the spelling is mine:
> 1. तत्सत्त्वे तत्सत्त्वम् इत्यन्वयः ।
> तदभावे तदभावः इति व्यतिरेकः॥
> I have googled and found a few documents referencing this in ayurveda and
> in nyaya philosophy but what I found seemed to be quoting and not a source.
> Can someone say where the original is found?
> 2. This one is at a part of the recording where the quality is not too
> good. A passing vehicle. I was told it was from the विष्णुधर्मोत्तर पुराण
> and found and online version here:
> But as much as I searched the text for the different words and
> combinations, I could not find anything similar.
> Here is what I heard:
> रमते सर्भूते सुस्तौरेश्चरिश्च ...अन्तरात्मस्वरुपेण...रमुच्यते गच्छति
> It is used to describe The Holy Name of Rama and is quoted in conjunction
> with a verse from the Rama Tapini Upanishad (1.6)
> Any assistance would be very much appreciated.
> Ryan Armstrong
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