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Questions about Dvaita (literally duality or dualism), a sub school of Vedanta philosophy propounded by Madhvacharya that is a dualistic interpretation of scriptures and describes the real difference between individual souls, matter and God.

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soul and acquired omnipresence'. Becoming the self of anything and gaining omnipresence everywhere is not possible for Jeeva in Dvaita and Vishistadvaita philosophy. Also I think it is not logical … commentators/propounders of Dvaita and Vishistadvaita philosophy interpreted/commented on these verses of Mahabharat ? How can these things be interpreted by Dvaitins and Vishistadvaitins ? …
asked May 15 '16 by Tejaswee
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one and I am another." are like animals to Gods. As God/Brahman is same as Jeeva in Advaita philosophy there is no problem for it. But In Dvaita Philosophy a devotee always worships God thinking … himself different from God as Jeeva and Brahman are different in Dvaita. Hence I want to know How is this verse interpreted by Dvaita philosophers? What commentaries are made by Dvaita philosophers on that part of the verse? …
asked May 4 '16 by Tejaswee