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Re: Theos-World re absolutism and nihilism

Nov 02, 2002 12:42 PM
by leonmaurer

Gerald and I have always been as odds since he likes to authoritatively speak 
in Buddhistic paradoxes that have multiple meanings... Therefore, as said 
before, I'd rather take the view that the relative is absolute and the 
absolute is relative. The real truth is that fullness and emptiness, one or 
many, absolute and relative, all exist simultaneously, although, depending 
upon your point of view, when one is evident, the other is hidden. This is 
the "middle" view that includes both the "extreme" views. 

In a message dated 11/02/02 1:56:48 PM, writes:

>Hey, Leon, Gerald wrote:
><<Buddhism teaches that both absolutism (that absolutes 
>exist) and nihilism (that nothing at all exists) are false 
>extreme views. >>
>Any comments about that Leon?

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