absolute reality

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"ANY OBJECT WHICH REMAINS UNCONTRADICTED IS IPSO FACTO BELIEVED AND POSITED AS ABSOLUTE REALITY."
Srinivas noted: "What is Hinduism without caste?" Given this absolute reality, a votary of Hindutva which is what Modi is, can only use the democratic system for as long it is useful.
Mr Shaam said since he was studying philosophy as a young man, he would seek absolute reality in things.
Reminded of this absolute reality one is forced to imagine that in statecraft today not the military but the political skills seems to be more important.
Hill House's celebrated, ominous opening sentence foregrounds the important roles of perception and fantasy in shaping an individual's conscious world: "No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream" (3).
Then you could put that by their grave and people who loved them, or were curious about them, could see them in their entirety, in absolute reality...
If you believe in absolute reality that means you believe in absolute truth and authority and one can only approach reality through hypothesis and validation, although some hypothesis cannot be proven, he added.
The shift of power is absolute reality which is not new phenomena as same scenario had been emerged centimes ago.
The writer supports the view of Heraclitus who says every age needs the spiritual development in order to nourish people towards the Absolute Reality. He also says that everything is in a state of flux and in every age, the good and evil is found.
He added: "By basing new officers in the Midlands and the North, it allows us to make that an absolute reality. We want to recruit specialist officers, to work in this specialist environment.
Christ (1 Corinthians 2:16) and realize in all truth and humility that "I and the Father are one" (John 10:30) and Atman, the universal Self, is Brahman, Absolute Reality (Upanishads).