This is far from an accurate picture of what we read in the Upanishads. It has become traditional to view the Upanishads through the lens of Shankara's Advaita interpretation.
This imposes the philosophical revolution of about C. Shankara picked out monist and idealist themes from a much wider philosophical lineup. Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. Upanishads are the scriptures par excellence of Hinduism".
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Lokayatikas and Bauddhas who assert that the soul does not exist.
There are four sects among the followers of Buddha: Madhyamicas who maintain all is void; 2. Yogacharas, who assert except sensation and intelligence all else is void; 3. Sautranticas, who affirm actual existence of external objects no less than of internal sensations; 4. Vaibhashikas, who agree with later Sautranticas except that they contend for immediate apprehension of exterior objects through images or forms represented to the intellect. Put very briefly, this is the [Buddhist] doctrine that human beings have no soul, no self, no unchanging essence.
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