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Tile aboriginal inhabitants of India. , 1: ii. 7. Kausitaki-Upanisad. i. 28 moral world without a cause. But the recognition of the fact that moral events are caused by antecedent factors cannot explain the palpably indemonstrable and poetic way in which the moral causes are believed to operate. That moral causes can work in smsara, that is to say, in a series of births and deaths, all of which do not necessarily pertain to human beings, is a hypothesis of a very doubtful nature and utility. That the doctrine of reincarnation is inconsistent with the Brahmanic mysticism of the identity of the individual with the Universal Soul goes without saying.

Then he ought to answer: ''I am thou. . " 26 One finds no reference to the myth in the Vedas. 'tile aboriginal inhabitants of India. , 1: ii. 7. Kausitaki-Upanisad. i. 28 moral world without a cause. But the recognition of the fact that moral events are caused by antecedent factors cannot explain the palpably indemonstrable and poetic way in which the moral causes are believed to operate. That moral causes can work in smsara, that is to say, in a series of births and deaths, all of which do not necessarily pertain to human beings, is a hypothesis of a very doubtful nature and utility.

Even 57 An Introduction to Indian Philosophy, Calcutta University, Calcutta, 1944, p. 247 mind (manas) is regarded as an atom extremely small, because of which only one sensation can be conveyed to the soul at one time. Vaiiesilca is basically a dualistic philosophy inasmuch as it recognizes the eternality both of atoms and souls. In fact every Hindu system regards matter as eternal. The only exception is the school of the Vedantists which takes matter as the illusive manifestation of the one Supreme Brahman who is Himself the all.

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