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==Secondary works: Bhasya==
Vacaspati Misra is credited with influential commentaries such as ''TattvakaumundiTattvakaumudi'' on [[Samkhyakarika]],<ref>{{cite book |last=Isaeva |first=Natalia |title=Shankara and Indian Philosophy |year=1993 |publisher=State University of New York Press |location=USA |isbn=978-0-7914-1281-7|page=124}}</ref> ''Nyayasucinibandha'' on [[Nyaya Sutras]],<ref name=jfowlerpor129/> various important texts of [[Advaita Vedanta]],<ref>{{cite book |last=Isaeva |first=Natalia |title=Shankara and Indian Philosophy |year=1993 |publisher=State University of New York Press |location=USA |isbn=978-0-7914-1281-7|page=66}}</ref> ''Nyayakanika'' (an Advaita work on science of reason), ''Tattvasamiksa'' (lost work), ''Nyaya-varttika-tatparyatika'' (a tertiary work on the science of logic and reasoning), ''Tattvavaisaradi'' on [[Yogasutra]], and others.<ref name=larsonvm301/>
 
While some known works of Vacaspati Misra are now lost, others exist in numerous numbers. Over ninety medieval era manuscripts, for example, in different parts of India have been found of his ''TattvakaumundiTattvakaumudi'', which literally means "Moonlight on the Truth".<ref name=larsonvm301/> This suggests that his work was sought and influential. A critical edition of ''TattvakaumundiTattvakaumudi'' was published by Srinivasan in 1967.<ref name=larsonvm301/>
 
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