Vacaspati Misra

Vācaspati Miśra

Vācaspati Miśra (env.900-980) est un philosophe indien et un chercheur en philosophie. Il a commenté les textes fondamentaux des six darsana de l'orthodoxie brahmanique. Il a créé une des principales écoles d'étude des Vedas dans la philosophie indienne : la "Bhāmatī school" axée sur l'Advaita Vedanta. Ses oeuvres les plus connues sont Samkhya-Tattva-Kaumudi, Tattva-Vaisaradi et Bhamati[1].


Notes et références

  1. Glossaire de Culture Indienne, Ed. InFolio, ISBN:978-2-88474-604-5

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