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" Transmigration (pretyabhava, literally, the becoming born after having died), or the regeneration of the soul, which commences with one's first birth, and ends only with final emancipation. It does not belong to the body, because the latter is different... "
Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People - Pagina 12
door Ephraim Chambers - 1870
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 7

1868
...which cause activity —viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment i. Transmigration (pretyabhdva, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...successive births, but to the soul, because it is eternal. Is. Fruit or retribution (phala), or that which accrues from activity and failings. It is the consciousness...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People ...

1869
...cause activity — viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment, t. 'Transmiijration (prtl ¡/abluirá-, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...in successive births, but to the soul, because it ia eternal. k. Fruit or retribution (pliala), or that which accrues from activity and failings. It...
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CHAMBERS'S ENCYCLOPEDIA: A DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PEOPLE.

1872
...body, because the latter is different in successive births, but to the soul, because it is eternal. L Fruit or retribution (phala), or that which accrues...failings. It is the consciousness of pleasure or of pain. I. Pain (duh'kha), or that which has the characteristic mark of causing vexation. It is defined as...
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Literary remains, Volume 1

Theodor Goldstücker - 1879
...which cause activity — viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment. i. Transmigration (pretyabhdra, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...failings. It is the consciousness of pleasure or of pain. 7. Pain (duh'kha), or that which has the characteristic mark of causing vexation. It is defined as...
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Literary Remains of ... Theodore Goldstücker

Theodor Goldstücker - 1879
...which cause activity — viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment. i. Transmigration (pretyabhava, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...failings. It is the consciousness of pleasure or of pain. I. Pain (duh'kha), or that which has the characteristic mark of causing vexation. It is defined as...
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Literary Remains of the Late Professor Theodore Goldstücker, Volume 1

Theodor Goldstücker - 1879 - 244 pagina’s
...affection, aversion, and bewilderment. i. Transmigration (pretyabhdva, literally, the becoming bom after having died), or the regeneration of the soul,...soul, because it is eternal, k. Fruit or retribution (phald), or that which accrues from activity and failings. It is the consciousness of pleasure or of...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 7

John McClintock, James Strong - 1877
...(dosha), which cause activity, viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment, i. Transmigration (pretyabhava, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...soul, because it is eternal, k. Fruit or retribution (/>//"'./!. or that which accrues from activity and failings. It is the consciousness of pleasure or...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 7

John McClintock, James Strong - 1882
...(dosha), which cause activity, viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment, i. Transmigration (pretyabhava, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...successive births, but to the soul, because it is eternal, i. Fruit or retribution i /.//•('» i. or that which accrues from activity and failings. It is the...
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Chambers's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for ..., Volume 7

1883
...which cause activity —viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment, i. Transmigration (pretyabliAva, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...is the consciousness of pleasure or of pain. L Pain (duh'klta), or that which has the characteristic mark of causing vexation. It is defined as ' the occurrence...
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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, Volume 7

John McClintock, James Strong - 1883
...which cause activity, viz. affection, aversion, and bewilderment, i. Transmigration (prelyabhära, literally, the becoming born after having died), or...regeneration of the soul, which commences with one's first birfh, and ends only with final emancipation. It does not belong to the body, because the latter is...
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