Anekānta

Published: 06.07.2016

Non-absolutist view- The approach which takes cognizance of both the identity and diffe­rence, that exist among the Utpāda (origination), Vyaya (cessation) and Dhrauvya (persistence).

ee puṇa saṃgahao pāḍikkamalakkhaṇaṃ duveṇhaṃ pi.

tamhā micchaddiṭṭhī patteyaṃ do vi mūlaṇayā... ṇa ya taio atthi ṇao ṇa ya sammattaṃ ṇa tesu paḍipuṇṇaṃ.

jeṇa duve egaṃtā vibhajjamāṇā aṇegaṃto...

(Sapra 1.13,14)

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Jaina Pāribhāṣika Śabdakośa
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