Anekāntavāda (Devanagari: अनेकान्तवाद) est l'une des plus importantes et fondamentales doctrines du Jaïnisme. Elle se réfère aux principes de pluralisme et de la multiplicité des points de vue, l'idée que la vérité et la réalité est perçue différemment selon les personnes, et qu'un seul point de vue ne peut être la vérité.

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