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- Anekāntavāda (Sanskrit: अनेकान्तवाद, "many-sidedness") refers to the Jain doctrine about metaphysical truths that emerged in ancient India. It states that...
- The main religious premises of Jainism are ahiṃsā ("non-violence"), anekāntavāda ("many-sidedness"), aparigraha ("non-attachment") and asceticism. Jain...
- doctrine, Jains point out that anekāntavāda s****s to reconcile apparently opposing viewpoints rather than re****ing them. Anekāntavāda received much criticism...
- (non-attachment) is necessary to spiritual liberation. He gave the principle of Anekantavada (many-sided reality), Syadvada and Nayavada. The teachings of Mahavira...
- in some core doctrines such as those on asceticism, Middle Way versus Anekantavada, and self versus no-self (jiva, atta, anatta). Jains believe that their...
- ascertained with the help of the doctrine of manifold points of view (anekāntavāda), the knowledge thus obtained (free from doubts, misapprehension, and...
- has been their theory of "many sided-ness" or "multi-perspectivism" (Anekantavada), which says that since the world is multifaceted, any single viewpoint...
- greatest possible extent. The three main teachings of Jainism are ahimsa, anekantavada (non-absolutism), aparigraha (non-possessiveness). Followers of Jainism...
- nor conscious beings in existence, which, happily, is not the case. Anēkāntavāda refers to the principles of perspectivism and multiplicity of viewpoints...
- lustful p****ions and do not commit any sin as they remain contented — 165 Anekantavada is the principle of relativity of truth or the doctrine of multiple aspects...
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