firstname.lastname@example.org (Innocent Bystander) wrote: >In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Madhudvisa dasa ) writes: >>From: email@example.com (Madhudvisa dasa ) >>Subject: Re: See me, hear me, feel me, touch me. >>Date: Wed, 24 May 1995 23:51:26 GMT >>>> "The teacher of the Buddhist cult set forth nine principles, but Sri >>>> Caitanya Mahaprabhu broke them to pieces with His strong logic. All >>>> mental speculators and learned scholars were defeated by Sri Caitanya >>>> Mahaprabhu, and when the people began to laugh, the Buddhist >>>> philosophers felt both shame and fear. The Buddhists could understand >>>> that Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu was a Vaisnava, and they returned >>>> home very unhappy. Later, however, they began to plot against the Lord. >>>Can we see some of this strong logic please ??? >> You certainly can... Why don't you put forward some of the nine >> principles and I'll see what I can come up >> with! >> Looking forward to your article! >> Madhudvisa dasa >Dear Mad. Swami, >I don't know what the nine principles are because I don't profess to be >Buddhist or Hindu, but this Mahaprabhu fellow must have restated them in his >"strong logic" that refuted them. I am interested in hearing this argument. >I don't think anyone was asking for *your* strong logic (after all, no one >wrote that you were logical at all). Is it possible that this was just a >story, and no "strong logic of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu" exists? It does exit but how can I just present it? Presenting such "strong logic" requires someone to present it to! There must be someone who knows the Buddhist philosophy out there surely? I am quite ready to present Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's arguments but who will take the side of the Buddhists? Looking forward to your replies. Hare Krishna! Thank you. Hare Krishna! Madhudvisa dasa (firstname.lastname@example.org) /sudarsana All glories to His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada!