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" But how could it be thus, my dear?' the father continued. ' How could that which is, be born of that which is not ? No, my dear, only that which is, was in the beginning, one only, without a second. "
Philosophy, Qabbala and Vedānta: Comparative Metaphysics and Ethics ... - Page 194
by Maurice Fluegel - 1902 - 307 pages
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The Upanishads: The Khândogya-upanishad. The Talavakâra-upanishad. The ...

1879
...without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (TO /u>7 °v), one onty, without a second; and from that which is not, that which is was born. 2. ' But how could it be thus, my dear ?' the father continued. ' How could that which is, be born...
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Hinduism Past and Present: With an Account of Recent Hindu Reformers and a ...

J. Murray Mitchell - 1885 - 299 pages
...which is, one only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not, one only, without a second ; and from that which is not that which is was born. ' But how could it be thus, my dear ?' the father continued. ' How could that which is be born of that...
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Theosophy Or Psychological Religion: The Gifford Lectures Delivered Before ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1893 - 594 pages
...one only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (TO W ov), one only, without a second ; and from that which is not, that which is was born. ' But how could it be thus, my dear 1 ' the father continued. 'How could that which is, be born of...
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Theosophy

Friedrich Max Müller - 1893 - 585 pages
...only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (ro fi?j ov), one only, without a second; and from that which is not, that which is was born. ' But how could it be thus, my dear ?' the father continued. 'How could that which is, be born of that...
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Theosophy: Or, Psychological Religion

Friedrich Max Müller - 1895 - 585 pages
...only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (rd /XT) ov), one only, without a second ; and from that which is not, that which is was born. 'But how could it be thus, my dear?' the father continued. 'How could that which is, be born of that...
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The Idea of God and the Moral Sense in the Light of Language ..., Volumes 1-2

Herbert Baynes - 1895 - 239 pages
...second'. The father continues: 'Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (wrong) : one only, without a second, and from that which is not, that which is was born. But how could it be thus, my dear? How could that which is, be born of that which is not? No, my dear,...
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Progress, Volume 3

1897
...only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (">(*•» »*), one only, without a second; and from that which is not, that which is, was born. But how could it be thus, my dear? the father continued. How could that which is, be born of that which...
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The Science of Breath and the Philosophy of the Tattvas

Rama Prasad - 1897 - 251 pages
...only, without a second. Others say in the beginning there was that only which is v not (TO py <>v) one only, without a second, and from that which is not, that which is was born.'"^ This is the translation of Professor Max Miiller. Notwithstanding the authority of his great name,...
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The Upanishads, Volumes 1-2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1897
...only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (rb JM) Sv), one only, without a second ; and from that which is not, that which is was born. 2. ' But how could it be thus, my dear ? ' the father continued. ' How could that which is, be born...
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The Six Systems of Indian Philosophy

Friedrich Max Müller, Friedrich Max Mueller - 1899 - 618 pages
...one only, without a second. Others say, in the beginning there was that only which is not (rd ^ Sv), one only, without a second ; and from that which is not, that which is, was born. 2. ' But how could it be so, my dear son ? ' the father continued. ' How could that which is, be born...
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