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'''Vācaspati Miśra''' (900–980 [[Common Era|CE]]) was an [[India]]n [[philosopher]] who founded one of the main [[Advaita Vedanta]] schools, the [[Bhāmatī]] school (named after his commentary on [[Adi Shankara|Śankara's]] ''Brahma-sūtra-bhāṣya''), and whose work was an important forerunner of the [[Navya-Nyāya]] system of thought.
 
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