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Questions related to disbelief or lack of belief in the existence of God or gods.

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What does Bhagavad Gita make of persons who just go about doing their swadharma, fulfilling their duties (being a good child to parents, is a good spouse, a good parent, citizen etc.) but don't believ …
asked Nov 21 '16 by sv.
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Richard Dawkins in this debate argues that, in science, asking a question such as 'Why we exist?' or 'Why is there suffering in this world?' are not meaningful questions in the same sense as 'Why do m …
asked Apr 24 '17 by sv.
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According to Swami Sivananda's commentary, they might be referring to Vaiśeṣikas as well. Translation By Swami Sivananda 16.8 They say, "This universe is without truth, without (moral) basis, …
answered Dec 30 '17 by sv.
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The Monier Williams dictionary defines hetuvāda as: हेतु--वाद m. a statement of reasons or arguments, assigning a cause, disputation MBh. R. I see two sources next to the meaning: MBh. …
asked Dec 15 '17 by sv.
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According to some comments & answers to What are the after-effects of insulting gods/goddesses? it appears that in the grand scheme of things, the Karma theory is going take care of all those who spea …
asked Dec 20 '17 by sv.
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Are these Bhagavad-gītā verses referring to a particular sect of people or addressing all bad people in general? Is verse 16.8 implying that those who don't believe in a god have no moral compass? …
asked Dec 29 '17 by sv.