1. Stafford Betty (2011). Dvaita, Advaita, and Viśiṣṭādvaita: Contrasting Views of Mokṣa. Asian Philosophy 20 (2):215-224.
    The three major schools of Vedanta— a kara's Advaita, R m nuja's Viśi dvaita, and Madhva's Dvaita—all claim to be based on the Upanishads, but they have evolved very different views of Brahman, or the Supreme Reality, and the soul's relation to that Reality once it is liberated from rebirth, when mok a or eternal life commences. Advaita teaches that liberated souls merge into the seamless blissful Brahman, the only Reality, and finally escape their earth dreams of sin and suffering, (...)
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  2. Stafford Betty (2007). The Near-Death Experience. Philosophy Now 59:22-25.
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  3. Stafford Betty (2007). The Philosopher's Death. Philosophy Now 60:51-54.
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