Medieval Jewish Philosophical Writings (Cambridge Texts in

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Averroes, following Plato, accepted the principle of women’s equality. Erkennbar ist das ex negativo an einer Replik des Augustinus Steuchus, der rund hundert Jahre später betont, staatliches Dekret und religiöses Bekenntnis seien in der Konstantinischen Schenkung ein und dieselbe Sache. Brahman though being indescribable is at best described as Satchidananda (merging "Sat" + "Chit" + "Ananda", i.e., Existence, Consciousness and Bliss) by Shankara.

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