The Personhood of Śaṁkara's "Para Brahman"

  title={The Personhood of Śaṁkara's "Para Brahman"},
  author={Bradley J. Malkovsky},
  journal={The Journal of Religion},
  pages={541 - 562}
Les reflexions de l'A. sur la personnalite divine tentent d'etablir une correlation fondamentale entre le para brahman de Samkara qui est liberte et realite et le Dieu de la theologie chretienne qui est esprit, createur et seigneur de l'histoire. Samkara est extremement scrupuleux lorsqu'il s'agit du respect de la tradition vedique. On remarque que Samkara est plus dispose que les auteurs chretiens a lier la reflexion sur le divin au langage sur l'atman. La possible personnalite de l'Absolu… 

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