Naturalism in Classical Indian Philosophy

[Revised entry by Amita Chatterjee on October 27, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] As a philosophical theory, naturalism aligns philosophy with science and the natural world - rejecting
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[Revised entry by Amita Chatterjee on October 27, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] As a philosophical theory, naturalism aligns philosophy with science and the natural world - rejecting the supernatural. There are a variety of naturalisms, including: ontological naturalism, which holds that reality contains no supernatural entities; methodological naturalism, which holds that philosophical inquiry should be consistent with scientific method; and moral naturalism, which typically holds that there are moral facts and that such facts are part of the natural world....

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