By Bijayananda Kar
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It is only an unbroken continuity of momentary forces which is believed to be a unity and to which substantive is misappropriately applied. 3 Asanga, in his Mahayanasfitralan- An;itn:i an! 6 From all these it can be noted that whether in early or in later phases of Buddhistic philosophy the denial of substantive self has been accepted without any hesitation. The anti-atta doctrine or the denial of self-substance is the most distinguishing feature of Buddhist philosophy.
The knowledge is presentational in so far as the judgement refers to the object. It is precisely here the question of pramd and apramd is raised. When the judgement describes the referent as it is, it is true. True judgement stands for judging the referent in that form of attributes which actually belong to it (Tadvati tat-prakdrakam jndm pramd) and false judgement is judging of the referent in some form of attributes other than those which actually belong to it (Tadabhdvati tat-prakdrakam jndnam bhramah).
The justification for the belief in the karmic law may be that it makes the lives of those who believe in it quite meaningful. At least lives appear to them significant in a manner which otherwise would not have become possible. The advocates of karma maintain that belief in karma facilitates the performance of virtuous actions. It encourages man to prepare a better future for himself. The doctrine of karma being founded on the sense of morality supplies a feeling of peace, security and satisfaction in the minds of those who are its believers.
Indian Philosophy: An Analytical Study by Bijayananda Kar