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Swami Vireswarananda in his Introduction to his translation of the Brahma Sutras writes on page ii-iii (here - https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/brahma-sutras/d/doc62756.html): The destructive criticism of everything in the old system by the Chârvâkas and others set the orthodox section to organize their belief on a more rationalistic basis and ...


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Please take a look at this essay and understand that the Shunyata that Mahayana and others schools referred to the ‘absence’ of properties... https://www.tamilbrahmins.com/threads/nature-of-the-self.38233/ If the link doesn’t work here is the whole essay. Nature of the self and Nature of Brahman is widely discussed in the Upanishads and hence chosen for ...


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Read Sankara's Brahma Sutra Bhasya II.ii.31 where he attacks the Buddhist Idealists (Vijnanavada), Buddhist Realists (Sarvastitvavadins) and Buddhist Nihilists (Sarvasunyavadins or Madhyamikas). As for the ego-consciousness that is assumed to be the abode of disposition (or tendency), that too has no stable form, since you postulate its momentariness ...


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