Bhāskara (Bhedabheda Vedanta)
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Bhāskara (8t-9th v. CE) was an Indian philosopher and proponent of the Bhedabheda school of Vedanta philosophy. He wrote commentaries on the Brahma Sutras, and contested Shankara's doctrine of māyā.
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- Prabhavananda, Swami (1979) , Spiritual Heritage of India, Vedanta Press, ISBN 0-87481-035-3
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- The Bhāskara School of Philosophy, by Surendranath Dasgupta From: A History of Indian Philosophy Volume 3
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