CC Madhya 25.51 (1975)
- 'nyāya' kahe,-'paramāṇu haite viśva haya'
- 'māyāvādī' nirviśeṣa-brahme 'hetu' kaya
nyāya kahe—the philosophers following logic say; paramāṇu—the atom; haite—from; viśva haya—the cosmic manifestation has come; māyāvādī—the Māyāvādī philosophers, impersonalists; nirviśeṣa-brahme—in the impersonal Brahman effulgence; hetu—the cause; kaya—say.
"The followers of nyāya, the philosophy of logic, maintain that the atom is the cause of the cosmic manifestation, and the Māyāvādī philosophers maintain that the impersonal Brahman effulgence is the cause of the cosmic manifestation.