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Correspondence
Mr Faust addresses the ideas of Guenon regarding reincarnation with some criticism, he feels that Guenon is confusing the subject. According to Faust “Guenon rather peremptorily dismisses a very human argument for Reincarnation-on the grounds of justice…” Faust claims that Guenon is “confusing identity and equality” because of his argument that “had the individuals been perfectly equal they would have been alive in all respects”. The issue of time and perfection in relation to Guenon’s thinking is the main problem that the writer has with the question of reincarnation. Mr Faust concludes that “we can, I think, fairly easily imagine cases in which two vastly different people receive equal justice.”
Correspondence on reincarnation - 3Faust, Clive Vol. 1, No. 4. ( Autumn, 1967) Buddhism
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