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The Avyākṛta Questions of Philosophy

Satinder S. Malik


The mind understands what is described by the concepts, and names that attach an object to the mind. Certain unknowable or inconceivable concepts may not be required to be known at the current state of awareness. In Buddhism, unanswered questions are known as Avyākṛta - inconceivable, of the unmanifest stage of nature. These questions have been revisited from the perspective of the modern world, current concepts and words.

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