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Painting is the only place to experience this paradox, which emerges from a nonrepresentative, nonabstract relationship, the absence of any dependence or hierarchy.
Paranjpe provides a concise, but well-developed and clearly stated, description of the unusual course of spiritual development and the clear, nonabstract spiritual teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi, a well-known spiritual teacher whose instructions for achieving self-knowledge differed from the traditional ones in Advaita-Vedanta, despite his identification with that tradition; and (Ch.
Such words are translated in nonabstract ways, based upon their usage in a given passage.
That being the case, it is a challenge to the Aristotelian philosopher of science to explain how pure mathematics is really about universais that could be and sometimes are realized in nonabstract, physical reality.