Dvaitadvaita was proposed by Nimbarka, a Vaishnava Philosopher who hailed from Andhra Region. Nimbarka’s philosophical position is known as Dvaitadvaita (Bhedabheda vada). The categories of existence, according to him, are three, i.e., cit, acit, and Isvara. Cit and acit are different from Isvara, in the sense that they have attributes (Guna) an...
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(from the article `Nimbrka`) ...in the 12th or 13th century because of the similarities between his philosophical and devotional attitudes and those of Rmnuja (traditionally ... ...the principal exponent of which was Madhva (13th century), who taught that although the soul is dependent on God it is not an extension of God, ... [2 rel...
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