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The Indefinite as Subjective
Subjectivity as Freedom
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absence absolute subject actual dissociation Advaita Vedanta Advaitin assertion awareness believed Bhattacharyya means Buddhists categorical propositions coalesce cognition Concept of Philosophy contradiction definite demand denial denied detected as illusion distinct distinguished empirical thought empiricists enjoyed experience experienced felt body formal logic function given hearer Hegel higher idea illusion detected indefinite individual subject intro involved K. C. Bhattacharyya Kant knowing knowledge latter locus Madhyamikas meant metaphysical object mode monograph negation negative attention Nyaya objective attitude ontological operationalistic paper particular Patna perceivable object perceived body perception phosphorescent point of view positive positive freedom possible present proper proposition psychic fact pure subjectivity reality reference relation self-evident self-subsistent object sense situation somehow sort speakable speaker speaking spiritual introspection stage of introspection stands sub-psychic sub-stage Subject as Freedom subjective fact supra-reflective symbolically symbolised theoretic consciousness thing thing-in-itself tion transcended transcendental transcendentalists truth understanding understood unreflective VaiSesika wholly words