Published: 14.08.2005
Updated: 02.07.2015

Non-absolutistic standpoint, view-point or a way of approach and observation.

Cognizance of a single attribute of an object possessed of infinite attributes. A view-point expressing the intention of the speaker (knower), which takes cognizance of a particular (intended) aspect of object, apprehended through Pramāna (Valid organ of knowledge), and which does not repudiate the other aspects (of that reality).

Anekanta: Philosophy Of Co-Existence
by Acharya Mahaprajna


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