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Plant lives: borderline beings in Indian tradition

Plant lives: borderline beings in Indian tradition

Findly, Ellison Banks

Series: Using texts from Vedic, Hindu, Jain and Buddhist traditions the author argues that there is strong support in early materials that plants are thought to be alive, to be sentient, to have an inner consciousness, and to be the bearers of Karma.

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Title: Plant lives: borderline beings in Indian tradition

Author: Findly, Ellison Banks

Series: Using texts from Vedic, Hindu, Jain and Buddhist traditions the author argues that there is strong support in early materials that plants are thought to be alive, to be sentient, to have an inner consciousness, and to be the bearers of Karma.

Year: 2008

Language: -Books

Binding: Hardbound

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