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" ... safeguards the unqualified oneness of that state of being called Brahman and silences all argument that would seek either to demonstrate or to refute it. Human language has its source in phenomenal experience; hence, it is limited in its application... "
Advaita Vedanta: A Philosophical Reconstruction - Page 11
by Eliot Deutsch - 1973 - 119 pages
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The Epistemology of Religious Experience

Keith E. Yandell - Philosophy - 1994 - 371 pages
...experience; hence, it is limited in its application to states of being that are beyond that experience; logic is grounded in the mind as it relates to the phenomenal order; hence, it is unable to affirm, without at the same time denying, what extends beyond that order. "All...
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