Ramana’s teachings actually went further than Advaita; they reflected the most refined form of Advaita, which is called Ajata. Basically, Advaita emphasizes that “All is One”; Ajata erases both the “All” and the “One” as definitional concepts. Any thoughts of “existence” are dependent upon sensate consciousness; the dead are devoid of both the ideational entities of the Self or of the self. So, the teachings of Ramana reflect the “emptiness” or “void” of reality, which renders all analytical philosophies moot – Robert Wolfe

Quote is from the book: Robert Wolfe – Abiding in Nondual Awareness: exploring the further implications of living nonduality