[Advaita-l] akdhandaakara vRitti - My mistake
agnimile at gmail.com
Sat Jul 4 13:11:50 CDT 2015
Dear Sri Anand,
Thanks very much for this.
The English translation of the definition says that akhandArthatvam is the
character of generating valid cognition produced by words that are not
synonymous and are not indicative of any other than the one suggested by
the vritti of the word. By this, any definition would have akhandArthatvam
- is that correct?
Also how does this reconcile with Srimallalitaalaalitah's definition, that
akhandAkAram is the knowledge of the object sans its attributes/relations?
On 4 Jul 2015 17:16, "Anand Hudli via Advaita-l" <
advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> Those interested in a brief glimpse of what the advaitasiddhi has to say on
> the topic of akhaNDArthatva may see (page 50):
> Please note that akhaNDartha may be said to belong to not just vaidika
> (vedAnta related), but also to laukika (everyday life) words and sentences.
> Also, note the definition of akhaNDArthatva given in the above summary:
> aparyAyashabdAnaM padavRtti-smArita-atirikta-agochara-pramAjanakatvam.
> I am somewhat uncomfortable in accepting akhaNDArtha as "impartite".
> Perhaps, a better word is "indeterminate", which would be, of course, the
> same as "nirvikalpaka."
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