- Why Indian philosophy is incomplete without atheism
- While there are many schools of Buddhism, the four schools often referred to (and refuted) by the philosophers of the classical schools are: Vaibhasika, Sautranika (which are from the Theravada tradition), Yogachara, Madhyamika (which are from the ...
- UPSC IAS Main Written Exam 2014: Philosophy Paper I
- (b) Explain the epistemological differences between Sautrantika and Vaibhasika schools of Buddhism. (c) Bring out the significance of the concept of adhyasa in Sankara's philosophy to develop his metaphysics. (d) Are the arguments given in favour of ...
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