'mīmāṁsaka' kahe,-'īśvara haya karmera aṅga'
'sāṅkhya' kahe,-jagatera prakṛti kāraṇa-prasaṅga'
mīmāṁsaka—the Mīmāṁsaka philosophers; kahe—say; īśvara—the Supreme Lord; haya—is; karmera aṅga—subject to fruitive activities; sāṅkhya kahe—the atheistic Sāṅkhya philosophers say; jagatera—of the cosmic manifestation; prakṛti—nature; kāraṇa—the cause; prasaṅga—thesis.
"The Mīmāṁsaka philosophers conclude that if there is a God, He is subjected to our fruitive activities. Similarly, the Sāṅkhya philosophers who analyze the cosmic manifestation say that the cause of the cosmos is material nature.
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