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  1. Richard Fairley

    I would have to disagree. Johnston presents nothing here apart from a personal preference – like mint flavoured ice cream over that of chocolate. Johnston says, “from the point of view of power and beauty” Shankara’s position is superior to that of Kant and Schopenhauer: Johnston may be right in his highly subjective preference – however, a rigorous demonstration of a superior truth-claim, it is not.

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  2. Moesy Pittounikos

    This is a masterful rendering of Kant and India. I am always impressed by Charles Johnson. What a clever man! It is sad, however, that I’m the first to comment. There are so many blogs out there by people who don’t know what they’re talking about.

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    1. Universal Theosophy

      Thanks for the comment Moesy. We’ve always been impressed with Johnston as well! Definitely a guy who knew what he was talking about.

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