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Makkhali Gosala

Makkhali Gosala or Maskarin Gosala (Pāli, Skt.). Sectarian teacher and leader of the Ājīvaka sect who was criticized by the Buddha for his doctrine of determinism.

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Gosāla, Makkhali

Gosāla, Makkhali (founder): see MAKKHALI.

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