[ loh-kah-yuh-tuh ]
/ loʊˈkɑ yə tə /
a materialistic school of philosophers in India that opposed Hinduism by regarding only matter as real, sense data as the only source of knowledge, and the gratification of the appetites as the only good.
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Origin of Lokayata
From the Sanskrit word lokāyata
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