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Final#5 - In Mimamsaka, the world has no beginning or end - This school has about 2000 sutras 1. VEDANTA - tradition which develops from upanisads argues for the reality of one, and in another form, denies reality of the many Considered one of the most influential school of theology There are three main schools under this: Advaita Vedanta Visistadvaita Vedanta Dvaita Vedanta - 1. NYAYA - school of logic Later joined with Vaisesika to become one school Founded by Gautama Important teachings in orthodox schools contained in Sutras - aphorisms: contain the basic teachings 3-4 verses in each sutra Put forth the theory of atomism in the sutras Objects in universe are categorized based on properties God plays a minimal role in this school Atoms combine with the will of God, but after this input from God, process goes on by itself 1. VAISESIKA - atomist school, associated with nyaya, which assumes reality of many, constituents of existence don't arise from shared source, rather each phenonmenon is
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course RELG 348 taught by Professor Sharma during the Spring '10 term at McGill.

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Final5 - Final#5 - In Mimamsaka, the world has no beginning...

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