Integrating contradictory and mutually exclusive positions is a challenge in building a metatheory. In this paper, I examine how advaita (non-dualism) philosophy is a metatheory. Based on a holistic, non-dualistic ontology, discovery based epistemology, and personal accountability-action-reflection oriented praxis, it provides a useful metatheory for embracing, learning from, and transcending the paradoxes of social life. I use the example of Gandhi as a practitioner of this approach to action and knowledge.
A Transdisciplinary and Transcultural Journal For New Thought, Research, and Praxis
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Advaita (non-dualism) as metatheory: A constellation of ontology, epistemology and praxis.
A Transdisciplinary and Transcultural Journal For New Thought, Research, and Praxis,
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