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This set of Systems of indian Philosophy Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Systems Of Indian Philosophy Set 12

Q1 | ___________ emphasized the ritualistic part of the Vedas.
Q2 | _________ means non-cognition.
Q3 | ________ is regarded as the founder of Samkhya system.
Q4 | Citta means the three internal organs of Samkhya, they are ____________.
Q5 | Arthapatti refers to ________.
Q6 | Pragabhava means ____________.
Q7 | Nyaya maintains the theory of ____________.
Q8 | The fourth member of Nyaya syllogism is called ___________.
Q9 | Ramanuja developed __________.
Q10 | The metaphysics of Mimamsa philosophy is ___________.
Q11 | The view of karma-jnana-samuchaya is advocated by __________.
Q12 | The Nyaya category of Hetvbhasa refers to __________.
Q13 | Among the following thinkers, __________ is associated with Dviata system.
Q14 | Orthodox systems of Indian philosophy accept the authority of __________.
Q15 | ___________ is not a heterodox system.
Q16 | _________ is the synonym of philosophy approved in the Indian tradition.
Q17 | Among the following ________ rejected the authority of the Vedas.
Q18 | The fundamental doctrine of Upanishadic philosophy is _______.
Q19 | The belief in one supreme God is known as _________.
Q20 | _______ is considered as the founder of Carvaka philosophy.
Q21 | The etymological meaning of the world philosophy is
Q22 | The keynote of all schools of Indian philosophy is
Q23 | The goal of all schools of Indian philosophy is
Q24 | The veda is etymologically related to
Q25 | The Vedas are held to be apauruseya because they are