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Indian Philosophy »  Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa »  Saṃsāra »  Important notions in it »  Motion »  Argument against a beginning to motion »  there is no beginning to motion with regard to the three loci »  Beginning does not take place when the goer has gone over a place (the past) »  Beginning does not take place when the goer has gone over a place (the past) because the action of going has already ceased to exist

Beginning does not take place when the goer has gone over a place (the past) because the action of going has already ceased to exist

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