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Main article: Achintya Bheda Abheda. Main article: Charvaka. Scriptures and texts. Nandi Tantrism Jyotirlinga Shiva Temples. Hinduism portal Philosophy portal. Even within a single school, philosophers disagree on the import of Vedic statements.

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Hindu intellectual traditions must be understood as standing for the collection of philosophical views that share a textual connection. There is no single, comprehensive philosophical doctrine shared by all intellectual traditions in Hinduism that distinguishes their view from other Indian religions such as Buddhism or Jainism on issues of epistemology, metaphysics, logic, ethics or cosmology. The Vedas are regarded as Apauruseya, but by the same token, they are not the Word of God either.

The Continuum companion to Hindu studies. London: Continuum. Sociology of Religion, Vol. Raman , Hinduism and Science: Some Reflections, Zygon - Journal of Religion and Science, 47 3 : —, Quote page : "Aside from nontheistic schools like the Samkhya, there have also been explicitly atheistic schools in the Hindu tradition. Unifying Hinduism: philosophy and identity in Indian intellectual history. New York: Columbia University Press. Put very briefly, this is the [Buddhist] doctrine that human beings have no soul, no self, no unchanging essence. A history of Indian philosophy, Volume 1.

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Radhakrishnan, S. Hinduism topics. Rigveda Yajurveda Samaveda Atharvaveda. Samhita Brahmana Aranyaka. Ayurveda Dhanurveda Natya Shastra Sthapatyaveda. The Karika, in verse 63, asserts that human nature variously binds itself by a combination of seven means: weakness, vice, ignorance, power, passion, dispassion and virtue. That same nature, once aware of soul's object, liberates by one means: knowledge. Man's deepest selfhood in these verses of Karika, states Larson, is not his empirical ego or his intelligence, rather it is his consciousness, and "this knowledge of the absolute otherness of consciousness frees man from the illusion of bondage and brings man's deepest selfhood into absolute freedom kaivalya ".

The well known and widely studied medieval era reviews and commentaries on Samkhya-karika include the Gaudapada Samkhya Karika Bhasya unclear date, certainly before 11th-century , [75] the Paramartha's Chinese translation 6th-century , the Matharavrtti , the Samkhya tattva kaumudi 9th-century , the Jayamangala likely before 9th-century , and the more recently discovered Yuktidipika.

The Karika is silent about God, states Johannes Bronkhorst , neither denying nor affirming the existence of God. The numerous Sanskrit commentaries on Samkhya-karika from 1st millennium CE through the 2nd millennium, states Bronkhorst, extensively use the Karika to discuss the question whether or not God is the cause of the world.

Further, citing Karika's verses and others, that another reason why God cannot be considered the creator of the world, is that God has no desires and no purpose is served for God by creating the universe. You say that God is the cause. This is not correct. Why so?