[Advaita-l] Neha nAnAsti kimchana

Nomadeva Sharma nomadeva at yahoo.com
Sat Jun 14 08:00:06 CDT 2003

--- Nagarjuna Siddhartha <nagarjunasiddhartha at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Dear Srinivas, 
> Please wait. Here I am making an objection. The
> interpretation of "neha nAnAsti kimchana" given by Jay
>  is clearly illogical. He was indeed opposing anumana.
> For it is absolutely illogical to say that the kriya,
> jnana, guNa etc of brahman are not different.  

I thought you were asking Jay to use the same yardstick, logic or
shruti, to evaluate every school. Now, how come you are not doing that?

Since you are keen on using logic to determine the nature of Brahman,
who admittedly is beyond logic, I'd like to know if you find the idea
of an attributeless object logical and reasonable? 

> > In previous several posts, we discussed about "ekam
> > eva advitiiyam" . 

> There is actually only one essence and that is
> brahman.  

Talking of logic again, how can 'essence' and nirguNa brahman be same,
when the latter is supposed to be beyond the considerations of jAti,
etc, while the former isn't? 


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