Paul’s Sāṃkhya Kārikā of Īśvara Kṛṣṇa Study Quotes Collected and Collated
“Direct observation involves selective
ascertainment through the senses.
Inference is of three kinds:
– The past shaping the future
– Projecting the whole from the part
– Forming a comparison from a similar.
Authentic authority is trusted words and teachings.”
– Paul Harvey on Sāṃkhya Kārikā Śloka Five
“Knowledge of what is beyond the range of the senses
is from inference based on generalised correlation;
and knowledge not attainable even by that is attained
though the eyes of another or authentic texts.”
– Paul Harvey on Sāṃkhya Kārikā Āryā Six
“We may not perceive what is within
the range of the senses because we are:
Disinterested or too far from.
Overly interested or too close to.
Blind or deaf to what is in front of us.
Not relating with what is there.
Seeing something between.
Letting something else dominate.
Confusing with something similar.”
– Paul Harvey on Sāṃkhya Kārikā Āryā Seven
Non-perception (of Nature) is because of subtlety,
not because of non-existence,
since it (Nature) is perceived through its effects.
These effects are intelligence and the rest.
Some are similar to Nature and some dissimilar.
– Paul Harvey on Sāṃkhya Kārikā Āryā Eight
– Last Updated 3rd June 2021