By F. Th. Stcherbatsky
Buddhist good judgment unearths itself because the culminating aspect of a protracted process Indian philosophic background. Its start, its development and its decline run parallel with the delivery, the expansion and the decline of Indian Civilization. the following the topic of Buddhist good judgment in its ancient connections is reconsidered in those volumes.
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2 They maintained either that every thing was eternal in its essence, change only apparent, or they maintained that every thing was moving, stability only apparent. To this «radical» class belonged Vedanta and Sankhya on the one side, Buddhism on the other. The second class admitted a permanent substance with real changing qualities. Jainism, the old Yoga school8 and the VaiSesikas or their forrunners adhered to this principle. Since Jainism is considerably older than the origin of Buddhism,4 its leadership in the opposition against monistic ideas is plausible.
Tanjur, Mdo, v. 115. A specimen of it is translated in Appendix IV. Stckerbatsky, I 3 34 BUDDHIST LOGIC fixing his residence in one of them. There he was teaching, composing his works, partaking in public disputations. Such disputations were an outstanding feature of public life in ancient India. They often were arranged with great pomp, in the presence of the king, of his court and a great attendance of monks and laymen. The existence and prosperity of the monastery were at stake. The authorized winner received the support of the king and of his government for his community, converts were made and new monasteries were founded.
5) T h e Vedanta. The interrelations between Buddhism and Vedanta, their mutual influences, their mutual attractions and repulsions at different times of their parallel development, is one of the most interesting chapters of the history of Indian philosophy; it deserves a special study. As has been just stated, Buddhism was sometimes obliged carefully to observe the line of demarcation separating it from the Sankhya and Yoga systems,in order not to be confounded with them. But,as regards Vedanta, it really did sometimes fall in line with it, so as to leave no substantial difference, except the difference in phrasing and terminology.