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This interpretation is supported by the Kanva recension, which inserts the entire Advaita Refrain (in slightly different form (10)) before the vijnataram kena vijaniyat "With what would one cognize the cognizer?
Given the non-arising of these five other pramanas, there is the pramana known as abhava, which cognizes the abhava, non-being, of the object that the other pramanas have not ascertained.
Even the things we cognize in dreams are real, according to Kumarila.
It is important to note that just as one can cognize a perceptual object by himself alone, so too for getting inferential cognition there is no need of other person.
Rather, an impressed species, in specifying the passive intellect, activates the intellect in such a way that it is able to cognize the entity from which the impressed species originated.
But the human intellect, insofar as its knowledge begins with the senses, must discursively "scatter itself throughout the properties and effects that surround the essence" in order to cognize essential natures insofar as they are better known in themselves.
That is, in the case of a proposition, two other temporally discrete acts of the intellect are required in order to cognize the actual intelligible proposition in terms of its potential parts, namely, the subject term and the predicate term.
However, the categories are "objective conditions"--hence, genuinely apply to objects--because they are, as Kant says, "not merely something I myself need in order to cognize an object but rather something under which every intuition must stand in order to become an object for me.
Hence through this likeness the intellect cognizes only the sensible, whether under a universal or a particular aspect.
Now the ones who follow after happiness as they cognize it and accept the principles as they cognize them, are the wise men.
It is an "altered method of our way of thinking, namely, that we cognize of things a priori only what we ourselves have put into them.
Leaving aside for the moment the main point of this passage regarding the human soul, which is that it must have certain ingredients if it is to be able to cognize all that is intelligible, let us focus on the distinction between indivisible essence, identity, and difference and their divisible, bodily counterparts.