[Advaita-l] Question I
bhaskar.yr at in.abb.com
Wed Oct 20 00:23:51 CDT 2010
praNAms Sri Siva Senani prabhuji
The three nirISvaramatas are sA~Nkhya, yoga and mImAmsA (pUrvamImAmsA) set
the fundamental questions that confront a philosopher and when they found
that they can be answered quite satisfactorily without introducing an
ISvara, they let that be.
> AFAMKG, sAnkhya-s are called nirISvaravAdins, though philosophical
thought position of yOga school is on par with sAnkhya, the yOga school
admits the existence of Ishwara and they are NOT nirISvaravAdins, hence,
sometimes they have been called as 'seshvaravAdins'.
> And to the question why ONLY advaita?? It is because, the advaita
vedAnta, as a school of thought which explains the ultimate truth
strictly considering all the aspects of shruti (scriptures), yukti (logic)
and anubhava (experience) and it assures us the realization of that truth
here, in this very life, whereas other darshana-s talks about this state
as lokAntara, janmAntara or kAlAntara jnAna.
Hari Hari Hari Bol!!!
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