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Indian Philosophy »  Saṃsāra & Nirvāṇa »  Saṃsāra »  The beginning and end of cyclic existence (saṃsāra) »  Cyclicity defies the notion of beginning, middle and end »  Untenability of beginning and end in cyclic existence »  In the cycle of birth and death, birth cannot come first »  If a person were reborn without having died in her past life, then she would never die, as birth could be established independently and be permanent

If a person were reborn without having died in her past life, then she would never die, as birth could be established independently and be permanent

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