As for 'elsewhere', I can refer to my article “Is Krishna Seen Or Not? Madhvācārya on Bhagavadgītā 12:1.” Journal of Vaisnava Studies 5.3 (1997), pp. 55-63. For Madhva and the Dvaita tradition, avyakta is prakṛti, in agreement with Sāṅkhya-Yoga terminology.
HR via INDOLOGY wrote:Dear Scholars, I would appreciate insights on how we might understand the use of ‘avyakta,’ the ‘unmanifest’ in the Gita 13.6 and elsewhere as a type of element or dimension of this world. Thanks, Howard--
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