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* E. Deutsch, The self in Advaita Vedanta, in Roy Perrett (Editor), Indian philosophy: metaphysics, Volume 3, {{ISBN|0-8153-3608-X}}, Taylor and Francis, pp 343-360;
* T. Chatterjee (2003), Knowledge and Freedom in Indian Philosophy, {{ISBN|978-0739106921}}, pp 89-102; Quote - "Moksa means freedom"; "Moksa is founded on atmajnana, which is the knowledge of the self.";
* Jorge Ferrer, Transpersonal knowledge, in Transpersonal Knowing: Exploring the Horizon of Consciousness (editors: Hart et al.), {{ISBN|978-0791446157}}, State University of New York Press, Chapter 10</ref>, често синоним за [[Нирвана|нирвану]]<ref>The Soka Gakkai Dictionary of Buddhism: "Vimoksha [解脱]" (Skt.; Jpn. ''gedatsu''). Emancipation, release, or liberation. The Sanskrit words vimukti, mukti, and ''moksha'' also have the same meaning. ''Vimoksha'' means release from the bonds of earthly desires, delusion, suffering, and transmigration. While Buddhism sets forth various kinds and stages of emancipation, or enlightenment, the supreme emancipation is nirvana (a 90s Band), a state of perfect quietude, freedom, and deliverance. See [http://www.sgilibrary.org/search_dict.php?id=2602 ''The Soka Gakkai Dictionary of Buddhism'', ''vimoksha''] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20140222011614/http://www.sgilibrary.org/search_dict.php?id=2602 |date=22 February 2014 }}</ref> HoweverМеђутим, terms such asпојмови ''mokshaмокша'' andи ''nirvanaнирвана'' differсе andразликују meanу differentразним statesшколама between various schools of Hinduismхиндуизма, Buddhismбудизма andи Jainismђаинизма.<ref name=dltc>See:
* Loy, David (1982), Enlightenment in Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta: Are Nirvana and Moksha the Same?, International Philosophical Quarterly, 23 (1), pp 65–74;
* T. Chatterjea (2003), Knowledge and Freedom in Indian Philosophy, {{ISBN|978-0739106921}}, pp 89; Quote - "In different philosophical systems moksa appears in different names, such as apavarga, nihsreyasa, nirvana, kaivalya, mukti, etc. These concepts differ from one another in detail."</ref> TheПојам termнирвана nirvanaје isчешћи moreу common in BuddhismБудизму,<ref>Peter Harvey (2013), An Introduction to Buddhism: Teachings, History and Practices, {{ISBN|978-0521859424}}, Cambridge University Press</ref> whileа ''mokshaмокша'' is more prevalentпреовлађује inу Hinduismхиндуизму.<ref>Knut Jacobsen, in The Continuum Companion to Hindu Studies (Editor: Jessica Frazier), {{ISBN|978-0-8264-9966-0}}, pp 74-83</ref>
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