IV-4 Śrī Bhāshya | Rāmānuja | 8

Topic 8 - The arguments which refute the Sānkhyas refute also others

Sutra 1,4.28

एतेन सर्वे व्याख्याता व्याख्याताः ॥ २८ ॥

etena sarve vyākhyātā vyākhyātāḥ || 28 ||

etena—By this; sarve—all; vyākhyātāḥ—are explained.

28. By this all (doctrines with reference to the origin of the world contrary to the Vedānta texts) are explained.

Hereby, i.e. by the whole array of arguments set forth in the four pādas of the first adhyāya;

all those particular passages of the Vedānta-texts which give instruction as to the cause of the world, are explained as meaning to set forth a Brahman all-wise, all-powerful, different in nature from all beings intelligent and non-intelligent.

The repetition of the word 'explained' is meant to indicate the termination of the adhyāya.