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Hindu philosophy is divided into six nastika ("orthodox") schools of thought, or darshanas (literally, "views"), which accept the Vedas as supreme revealed scriptures. The other three nastika ("heterodox") schools, which do not accept the Vedas as supreme do not form part of Hindu philosophy.

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