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Class notes 2.21 Buddhist philosophy  Nyaya is a school of orthodox Indian philosophy.  Although it agrees with Buddhism on the existence and the cause of suffering, it doesn't deny the existence of self. Nyaya and Buddha’s different opionions on whether or not “self” exist is  important to the development of Buddhism philosophy from the 2 nd  century on. Moreover, to  better understand the debate regarding Buddhist philosophy within the Indian society, it is worth  examining the school of Nyaya as some of the key concepts of Indian philosophy originated with Nyaya.  However, Nyaya believes that there are seven instead of five.  o material form (our physicality, our body, our senses),  o feeling (pleasant, non-pleasant and indeterminate),  o perception (the next one is labeling what we cognized),  o
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