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The Advaita Vedanta Critique of Buddhism: Absolute Idealism vs. Subjective Idealism

Sankara recognizes only the empirical reality of the external world and the individual souls. When the individual soul (Jiva) transcends its limitations (Upadhi) and realizes its identity with Brahman, it loses all senses of plurality.

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Adi Shankara’s Exposition on External Reality

Sankara’s test of truth is purely metaphysical. Sankara’s doctrine may be characterized as Absolute Idealism as contrasted with objective idealism, on the one hand, and subjective idealism, on the other.

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