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The Samkhya Pravachana Sutras is just another name for the Samkhya Sutras, attributed to Kapila. The first paragraph is completely confused. The thing that is "a collection of major Sanskrit texts of the Samkhya school of Hindu philosophy" is N.L. Sinha's book "The Samkhya Philosophy". It is N.L. Sinha's book that "includes the ancient Samkhya Sutra of Kapila, Samkhya karika of Ishvarakrishna, Samkhya Sutra Vritti of Aniruddha, the Bhasya (commentary) of Vijnana Bhikshu, the Vrittisara of Vedantin Mahadeva, Tattva Samasa and commentary of Narendra, and works of Gaudapada, Vachaspati Mishra, and Panchashikha." Some editor must have looked at Sinha's book and thought that that book is what is known as "Samkhya Peavachana Sutra".
The article does make the correct statement later on though: "Samkhya Pravachana Sutra is also known as Samkhya Sutra." — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 12:35, 23 August 2017 (UTC)