[Advaita-l] RE.(Advaita-I ) Bhagavadam the objective world is illusory
vemuri.ramesam at gmail.com
Tue Mar 11 14:37:13 CDT 2014
The note below is not immediately related to the context of the posting by
Respected Shri VS.
However, reacting to the observation with reference to the role of the
sensory organs in the recognition of an object, may I request the
interested members to take a look at the PPt on "Object Cognition - Advaita
and Neuroscience" at http://beyond-advaita.blogspot.com/
It is increasingly being realized that cognition takes place at different
levels even as the information travels from the sensory organ to the
respective cortical region and usually input from various senses is
integrated before cognition finally takes place.
Needless to say comments to improve the PPt are welcome.
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 9:03 AM, Srirudra <srirudra at gmail.com> wrote:
> I think that blaming the senses that they are superimposing the attributes
> on their objects is not correct.The senses simply play the role of passing
> on the information and the brain-read mind-only interprets depending on the
> vasanas of the individual soul.All humans see the objects
> identically.Otherwise there is no question of understanding.What happens is
> the interpretation of what is experienced which is subjective.Rose is rose
> only for every one.But some May like its smell more,feel the petals's
> softness more etc.Again here sense organs simply transmit the observations
> but the mind only expresses its likes / dislikes etc.Sense organs are just
> conveyors only.R.Krishnamoorthy.
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