2 edition of Jain philosophy of non-absolutism found in the catalog.
Jain philosophy of non-absolutism
Includes bibliographical notes and index.
|Series||Mahāvīra extension lectures -- 2d series, Bhāratī Mahāvidyālaya publications : Jaina series -- no. 2|
|LC Classifications||B162.5 M85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 323 p. --|
|Number of Pages||323|
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Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t53g04h3r Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library Anekantvada A doctrine of non-absolutism Pravin K. Shah Jain Study Center of North Carolina (Raleigh) Farmstead Drive, Cary NC.
(philosophy) The idea that there is no Absolute; especially the Jain doctrine of anekantavada. You get introduced to the pillars of Jain thought — non violence, non absolutism and non possession.
You learn about anekanta or relativity that states truth is multi-dimensional, and forms the Reviews: 1. Jain philosophy is very eloquent and elaborate on the subject of logic, metaphysics and life science.
One of the fundamental principles of Jain philosophy is the principle of Anekantavada Author: Sunil Gandhi. Jain Vision Jains have been on a path of Non-Violence, Non-Absolutism (Anekantvad), and Non-possesion (Aparigrah) for thousands of years.
And recently Science is walking hand in. although ancient jain scientific thought is not so well known, it is a rich source of indian scientific heritage. the grand jain spiritual tradition and its masters broadly influenced indian.
The Kayotsarg posture is peculiarly Jain. It is a posture not of sitting but of standing. In the Adi Purana Book XV III, the Kayotsarg posture is described in connection Author: Rahul Zota.