Hindu philosophy is traditionally divided into six āstika (orthodox) schools of thought, or darśanam, which accept the Vedas as supreme revealed scriptures. The āstika schools are:Samkhya, an atheistic and strongly dualist theoretical exposition of consciousness and matter.Yoga, a school emphasizing meditation, contemplation and liberation.Nyaya or logic, explores sources of knowledge (Nyāya S…

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