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Indian Philosophy »  Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa »  Saṃsāra »  Important notions in it »  Motion »  Argument from the logical fallacy entailed »  There is no traveling for a traveler, a non-traveler, or any third entity »  There is no going for a goer »  Otherwise, there would be two goings, one being the action of going and another being possessed by the goer; but neither one can be established

Otherwise, there would be two goings, one being the action of going and another being possessed by the goer; but neither one can be established

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