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The Three Jewels of Jain Philosophy

Title:The Three Jewels of Jain Philosophy
Author:Kalghatgi, T.G.
Enumeration:Vol. 33 Issue no. 3, p. 25-28
Abstract:The Jainas believe that liberation can be obtained by following the path of the three jewels: Right Faith, Right Knowledge, and Right Conduct. However, it is essential to first understand the fundamental aspects of Jaina philosophy -- the Anekanta attitude, Jaina metaphysics, and Jaina ethics. The article discusses these aspects.

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