An extract on #bridestory
Laozi (5th4th century BCE)
Zhuangzi (4th century BCE)
Zhang Jue (died 184 CE)
Ge Hong (283 343 CE)
Xun Zi (c. 312 230 BCE)
Mi Su Yu
Hui Shi (380305 BCE)
Gongsun Long (c. 325 c. 250 BCE)
Zou Yan (305 240 BCE)
School of Diplomacy
Su Qin (380 284 BCE)
Zhang Yi (bef. 329 309 BCE)
Li Yiji (268 204 BCE)
School of the Military
Sunzi (c. 500 BCE)
Sun Bin (died 316 BCE)
Gotama (c. 2nd3rd century CE), wrote Jaimini, author of Purva Mimamsa Sutras.
Dignga (c. 500), one of the founders of Buddhist school of Indian logic.
Asanga (c. 300), exponent of the Yogacara
Bhartrihari (c 450510 CE), early figure in Indic linguistic theory
Bodhidharma (c. 440528 CE), founder of the Zen school of Buddhism
Siddhasena Divkara (5th Century CE), Jain logician and author of important works in Sanskrit and Prakrit, such as, Nyyvatra (on Logic) and Sanmatistra (dealing with the seven Jaina standpoints, knowledge and the objects of knowledge)
Vasubandhu (c. 300 CE), one of the main founders of the Indian Yogacara school.
Kundakunda (2nd Century CE), exponent of Jain mysticism and Jain nayas dealing with the nature of the soul and its contamination by matter, author of Pacstikyasra (Essence of the Five Existents), the Pravacanasra (Essence of the Scripture) and the Samayasra (Essence of the Doctrine)
Nagarjuna (c. 150 250 CE), the founder of the Madhyamaka (Middle Path) school of Mahyna Buddhism.
Umsvti or Umasvami (2nd Century CE), author of first Jain work in Sanskrit, Tattvrthastra, expounding the Jain philosophy in a most systematized form acceptable to all sects of Jainism.
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