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Discuss the theory of Anekantvada' in Jain-Philosophy.

-Anekantvad is one of the most important and fundamental principles of Jainism. By and large, it is the principle of plurality of ideas. Anarchism holds that when viewed from different angles, the truth and
Nostalgia is also understood differently. Therefore, from the same point of view, the absolute truth cannot be known.

There are three fundamental principles of Jain philosophy - (1) Anekantavada, (2) Nayavad, (3) Syadvad. Nayavad was predominant in the Agra era. Philosophical era
Syedism and polytheism became predominant in Yag, Neoism became secondary. Siddhesen has defined the definition of numerous, 'Aneke anta dharma yatra sodnekant: neyavad
On the basis of Nyayvad is the basic foundation of Vyantanta

According to multipleism, eternal opposing couple live together in everything. Only one religion at a time becomes the subject of expression. The main religion is expressed and the rest are latent by being secondary. The process of eclipse and rendering of the object in relation to any one religion is 'Nay'. Nayavad and its various aspects were discussed in detail in the Sanmati episode.
is . There are two important views of Vastabodha - Substances and Synonyms. Substantial vision takes the normal portion of the object, while synonymous vision assumes particular parts of the object. Both ancient and synonymous terms are found in ancient Agamas, such as Bhagwati.

Anecdotalism means that every object in the world has different meanings of seemingly infinite forms. All the different beliefs of different philosophies regarding the object, all of them with discrimination and blindness
true . It is not appropriate to consider any one of them to be true and others unrealistic. To see the object in some finite form is a sight. No proof Nyadrishti means monogamous vision and proof vision means all-round vision.

There are many things in this world and they have many religions (qualities). Jain philosophy believes that humans, animals, birds, trees and plants do not only have consciousness or creatures, but also visible and oily matter like metals and stones. Are similar. Pudgalanu is also numerous and infinite, whose effects keep on deteriorating.

Numericalism says that an object has many virtues. The environment of the object varies. It means that matter is generated and destroyed, keeps changing, changing, contingent and impermanent. Therefore
The symptom of a substance or substance is - becoming, deteriorating and becoming again. This is the essence of pluralism.

It should be understood in such a way that every thing. When divided into parts, one thing can be considered as true, in other terms it can be considered untrue. All protests are coordinated in many instances. Therefore, truth can be seen from many perspectives.

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