Karma Mimamsa

Traditional Indian philosophy has 6 branches or approaches, known as the upangas or darshanas. Often they’re seen as competing philosophical systems when if fact they largely each describe the reality of a different stage of development. I’ve talked some about several of them, including: Vaisheshika and Samkhya Yoga Vedanta or end of the Veda (Brahma Sutra, Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads) Nyaya is the system of logic that informs the others. One I’ve only touched on is Karma Mimamsa, also known as Purva Mimamsa. Karma Mimamsa means an investigation or reflection on the field of action aka creation. Purva means before. This is … Continue Reading…