CC Madhya 25.54

‘vedānta’-mate,-brahma ‘sākāra’ nirūpaṇa
‘nirguṇa’ vyatireke tiṅho haya ta’ ‘saguṇa’

vedānta-mate—according to Vedānta philosophy; brahma—the Absolute Truth; sa-ākāra nirūpaṇa—established as the Supreme Personality of Godhead, a person; nirguṇa—without material qualifications; vyatireke—by indirect explanations; tiṅho—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; haya—is; ta'—indeed; sa-guṇa—fully qualified with spiritual attributes. 

“According to Vedānta philosophy, the Absolute Truth is a person. When the word nirguṇa [without qualities] is used, it is to be understood that the Lord has attributes that are totally spiritual. 

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