Unformatted text preview: -Belief in God doesn’t classify heterodox and orthodox…one of the most “orthodox” schools doesn’t hold the belief in God-What determines a school’s orthodoxness? Whether they accept the validity of the Vedas. If schools think the Vedas are valid, a school (of Indian philosophy) is considered orthodox. -Every tradition will have a long list-The more old, the theme of antiquity goes throughout the Vedas. All of them also have a part of Moksa, some of the schools, Moksa will be after death, and some believe Moksa is throughout life. -All the schools speak of the “means of valid knowledge”, aka “Pramana”...
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- Spring '10
- Hinduism, Hindu philosophy, similar situations, ex. – Carvaka, materialistic school