[Advaita-l] Accepting Possibility of Error in Sastras
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 30 15:45:11 CST 2012
> From: V Subrahmanian v.subrahmanian at gmail.com
This can be even more appreciated in the case of a
>scientist by profession believing or accepting or appreciating the
>discoveries of science who can also be an Advaitin. His appreciating
>science will never come in the way of his Advaitic
>understanding/realization. For he can very easily place the discoveries of
>science in the vyAvahArika realm which is indisputably only an object, a
>viShaya, to the Consciousness, the viShayI that is his very Self. The
>unassailable rule 'dRshyam mithyA' will happily be maintained.
Subbhuji is absolutely correct. Dis-covering the laws of Nature are only dis-covering the vibhuti of the Iswara - All within the realm of vyaavahaarika satyam.
Vedanta is also a science science of absolute reality and Yoga shaastra provides a means to appreciate that science.
Conflicts arises only when one mixes the reference states within which each science is valid.
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