Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Pythagorean ideas relate to Buddhism


Why Pythagorean ideas relate to Buddhism?

Following are Quotations by Pythagoras:
Number rules the universe.
Number is the ruler of forms and ideas, and the cause of gods and demons.
Every man has been made by God in order to acquire knowledge and contemplate.
Geometry is knowledge of the eternally existent.
Number is the within of all things.
Time is the soul of this world.

Buddhist cosmology explains the same.…

Existence of space-time reality originates from ignorance and is mind born.
"avijja paccaya sankhara"

"When not in nibbana or not in the state of nibbana, then sattas will be in the domain of sankhata dhamma."…

The same is quoted in math paper:
"When not in freedom 'nibbana', then beings 'sattas' will be in the domain of countable 'sankhata' ideas 'dhamma'."…

Why Pythagorean ideas relate to Buddhism?

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@Fake Genius,
The more you study maths 'Māna' (conceit) from higher grounds, you'll come to lean it's universality.

Truth about Mathematics can only be viewed though Buddhism (not religious aspects), when so called conventional Mathematicians are blindly trapped in the Matrix of measurements.

Could you please send me more information regarding 'buddhism was extremely popular in a classical greek empire in bactria'?


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