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Mon Oct 16 04:33:43 EDT 2017
Rene Descartes was regarding "I" as the ego ; so by telling "I think" and "I am" his purpose was to confirm his individuality through the ego, a very common concept in western philosophy.It would be very hazardous to look for similarities with "I am" in Advaita.
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De : Dr. Balaji Ramanathan via Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org>
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Envoyé le : Dimanche 15 octobre 2017 20h17
Objet : [Advaita-l] Descartes
Can Somebody please enlighten me the dictum of Descartes "I think,
therefore, I am" and in Hinduism "I am, therefore, I think"?
I am finding it hard to understand. Are there any specific quotes in Veda
Thanks in advance.
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