- How ancient India explored knowledge through nyaya
- The earliest epistemological ideas come from ancient India. Further, epistemology as a system also seems to have come from India with the advent of the Nyaya School of philosophy, which originated between 500 and 200 BCE. Akshapada Gautama wrote ...
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- In ancient India, nyaya - one of the six classical schools of philosophy - dealt primarily with epistemology (and so did many of the Upanishads). In the Indian tradition, knowledge was always given a prime slot.
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