[Advaita-l] looking for a comparative study on these two topics

Krishna Kashyap kkashyap2011 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 10 05:13:07 EDT 2023

Pranams Sadananda Ji,

I will check the book when it is out.

*Best Regards,*

*Krishna Kashyap*

On Sun, Apr 9, 2023 at 5:32 PM Kuntimaddi Sadananda <
kuntimaddisada at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Krishna Kashyap – PraNAms
> Some of the questions you raised were addressed in the Vedanta Paribhasha.
> My commentary on the pratyaksha pramana is now getting published, thanks to
> the Indic Academy - The topic is covered in terms of objections and
> responses in VP. I have discussed these based on my understanding. The book
> entitled 'How do I Know" will be out soon. The Vishishtadvaita perspective
> is also discussed based on the discussions I had with Shreeman S.M.S. Chari
> maama, whom you also know, when he stayed with me for a few days.
> Hari Om!
> Sadananda
> On Sunday, April 9, 2023 at 10:16:26 AM GMT+5:30, Krishna Kashyap via
> Advaita-l <advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:
> Namaste  everyone:
> looking for a comparative study on these two topics
> 1) substance attribute relationship in Advaita and comparison with other
> vedantic schools
> or in other words "guna-guni bhava" or "dharma-dharmi bhava"
> 2) dictionary meaning of sublate is: sublated; sublating
> transitive verb <https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/transitive>
> 1
> : NEGATE <https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/negate>, DENY
> <https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/deny>
> 2
> : to negate or eliminate (something, such as an element in a dialectic
> process) but preserve as a partial element in a synthesis
> sublation
> ˌsə-ˈblā-shən
> <
> https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sublate?pronunciation&lang=en_us&dir=s&file=sublat02
> >
> noun
> what is sublatability? Sat is defined as that which is not-sublatable. I
> need a serious in depth explanation of what sublatability is?
> Is adhyaropa apavada some kind of step-by-step process of sublation?
> Are there just 2 levels of reality mainly  (vyavaharika and paramarthika)
> in advaita?
> If so, does adhyaropa apavada, or even neti neti process accept many levels
> of reality since one level is sublated to get to the other?
> Or it will be a flat acceptance of the same level of reality for all
> experiences within the realm of vyavaharika satya (or duality of some
> kind). Let me clarify this further. if someone says he had an experience of
> a deity and such a deity appeared in front of him and gave him some ananda
> or bliss right here. Is this in the same level of reality as
> experiencing some other experience like flying or bungy jumping which is
> supposed to give some kind of a kick?  In other words are there different
> levels of reality ascribed to different experiences which are somewhat
> spiritual right here in this world: for example, Thiru jnana Sambandar it
> seems was fed milk by divine mother Parvati. Is that experience as unreal
> as any other experience here (within the sphere of relative reality)? Is
> the experience of Saguna brahman in some way,  and the experience of a good
> movie here, at the same level of reality? (relatively real but absolutely
> unreal? or non existing like an imaginary snake superimposed on a rope?)
> FYI, I teach mata-traya at the Hindu University of America. I am collecting
> true referenceable information that is justifiable and is derived from
> authentic works of vedanta starting from the pioneering founder Acharyas
> and later ones too.
> namaste,
> *Best Regards,*
> *Krishna Kashyap*
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