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dc.contributor.authorTiwari, Abhinnshyam Shankar-
dc.description.abstractThe Indian Philosophical interpretations of the Upaniṣadic Mahāvakya ‘Tat Tvam Asi’ differ quite vividly when we compare the accounts given to it by the schools of Vedānta such as ‘Dvaita Vedānta’ of Mādhva, ‘Vishiśṭādvaita’ of Rāmānuja, and most famously, the ‘Advaita Vedānta’ of Śankara. The statement translated into English reads something like ‘Thou That art’, which refers to making the individual Atman realize that he himself is the Absolute – The Brahman. In one way of saying, the different names given to the Absolute are synonymous while, in others, they may tend to differ....en_US
dc.publisherUniversity of North Bengalen_US
dc.titleAbsolute and Identity Statements: Some Observationsen_US
dc.title.alternativePhilosophical Papers, Journal of the Department of Philosophy, Vol. XVII, March-2021, pp. 263 - 272en_US
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