Vijnanadvaitavada, Vijñānādvaitavāda, Vijnanadvaita-vada: 1 definition


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Source: International Journal of Jaina Studies: Haribhadra Sūri on Nyāya and Sāṃkhya

Vijñānādvaitavāda (विज्ञानाद्वैतवाद) refers to the “doctrine of consciousness-only (of the Yogācāra Buddhists)”.—The Śāstravārtāsamuccaya by Haribhadra Sūri’s is not a compendium of philosophical systems (darśana) but a comprehensive account (samuccaya) of doctrinal (śāstra) expositions (vārtā/vārttā) or simply doctrines (vāda). The Śāstravārtāsamuccaya (also, Śāstravārttāsamuccaya) is subdivided into stabakas, chapters or sections, for example: Vijñānādvaitavāda—on the doctrine of consciousness-only (vijñāna-mātra) of the Yogācāra Buddhists

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