Sautrantika

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The Sautrāntika were an early school of Buddhist philosophy. Their name means literally "those who rely upon the sutras", and indicated their rejection of the Abhidharma texts of other early Buddhist schools. The Sautrāntika split from the Sarvāstivādins sometime between 50 BCE and c. 100 CE. The Sarvāstivādins sometimes referred to them as the Dārṣṭāntika school, meaning "those who utilize the method of examples". They used the concept of an āśraya (substrate, refuge) where the Pudgalavādins and the Vātsiputrīya school posited a pudgala, and where non-Buddhist Indian philosophy typically referred to an ātman. Some of their theories were utilized by the Yogacara school.

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