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Brahman.pdf

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Philosophy
Course Code
PHL 302
Professor
Stephen Phillips

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Upanishadic views about Brahman* (N.B. Statements marked with an asterisk* are important in the Gita.) *(1) Brahman is self (tman) and consciousness (i.e., everyone is Brahman). *(2) Brahman is world ground. *(3) Brahman is transcendent of "names and forms," i.e., transcendent of finite individuality. *(4) Brahman is unitary, the coincidence of opposites, and omnipresent. (5) Brahman has "non-dual" (advaita) self- awa
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