Definition of Authorless. Meaning of Authorless. Synonyms of Authorless

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Definition of Authorless

Authorless
Authorless Au"thor*less, a. Without an author; without authority; anonymous.

Meaning of Authorless from wikipedia

- "impersonal, authorless", is a term used to describe the Vedas, the earliest scripture in Hinduism. Apaurusheya shabda ("impersonal words, authorless") is an...
- be apauruṣeya, which means "not of a man, superhuman" and "impersonal, authorless," revelations of sacred sounds and texts heard by ancient sages after...
- written down, in contrast to Śrutis (the Vedic literature) considered authorless, that were transmitted verbally across the generations and fixed. Smriti...
- be apauruṣeya, which means "not of a man, superhuman" and "impersonal, authorless". The Vedic texts ****ert that they were skillfully created by Rishis (sages)...
- constantly revised, in contrast to Śrutis (the Vedic literature) considered authorless, that were transmitted verbally across the generations and fixed. Smriti...
- with an enraged po****ce. Faced with offensive graffiti and insulting authorless bills (famosi) throughout the city, he ordered the Library of Antioch...
- be apauruṣeya, which means "not of a man, superhuman" and "impersonal, authorless". The knowledge in the Vedas is believed in Hinduism to be eternal, uncreated...
- constantly revised, in contrast to Śrutis (the Vedic literature) considered authorless, that were transmitted verbally across the generations and fixed. Smarta...
- pp. 104–112. ISBN 978-1-136-83572-8. P Bilimoria (1998), 'The Idea of Authorless Revelation', in Indian Philosophy of Religion (Editor: Roy Perrett),...
- Mimamsa philosophers believed that the revelation of the Vedas was sacred, authorless (apaurusheyatva) and infallible, and that it was essential to preserve...
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