On the other hand, the Vedanta is uncompromisingly monistic.
“Rabbi Ben Ezra” holds in absolute solution the Vedanta philosophy.
The latter, according to a Vedanta expression, is an eternity in eternity.
But the leading philosophy of India is unquestionably the Vedanta.
They are stored up, pigeon-holed there, in the Chitta, as it is called in Vedanta.
The unity of the soul and God—this is the scope of all Vedanta treatises.
Chunder Dutt, however, contradicts Bunsen's assertion that the soul also is an illusion according to the Vedanta.
Vedanta answers these questions by saying that it is possible for us to remember our previous existences.
They are without much difficulty reducible to three leading schools of thought—the Nyaya, the Sankhya, and the Vedanta.
Each germ of life, according to Vedanta, possesses infinite potentialities and infinite possibilities.