Linguistics / Philosophy, , , ,

The Mīmāṃsā Doctrine of Arthavāda

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All over Vedic texts, the world is described as “sound” or “text”. The source of this world is stated to be the original meaning, called “knowledge”. This original meaning then expands to create various other types of meanings, which are all partial knowledge. The Mīmāṃsā system of philosophy gives this […]

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Creation as Conscious Creativity

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Beginning with my first book, “Six Causes“, I have been describing a paradigm of creation that stems from conscious creativity. In this paradigm, the self goes missing in the self, and when this “absence” is created, then creativity occurs to overcome this absence by expanding the self into works of […]