Monthly Archives: November 2010

banaras weaks up early, but starts late

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the more challenging is something… the more interesting is its story

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Introduction to Hume – Causation

David Hume is famous for making us realize that until we know the Necessary Connection between cause and effect all human knowledge is uncertain, merely a habit of thinking based upon repeated observation (induction), and which depends upon the future … Continue reading

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Introduction to Descartes’s Method – 4 Rules

Method “So blind is the curiosity with which mortals are obsessed that they often direct their energies along unexplored paths, with no reasoned ground for hope, but merely making trial whenever what they seek may by happy chance be thereby … Continue reading

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Introduction to Jainism – Anekanta Vada

Jainism is not a religion as most of us confuse it to be, it is a philosophy on how to lead one’s life; it is a way of life. It is believed etymologically ‘Jainism’ comes from the word ‘Jaina’ meaning … Continue reading

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