A school of non-Buddhist Indian philosophy that asserts sixteen types of entities involved in cognition – among which is a static, partless, independently existing atman (self) that lacks any consciousness by itself – and emphasizes proving the existence of those entities.

Tibetan: རིགས་ཅན་པ། rigs-can-pa

Sanskrit: nyāya

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Deutsch: Nyaya
Español: Nyaya
Русский: Ньяя

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