Alright, as some of you guys know I'm in an East Asian Philosophy course this summer. This has kind of shifted my mind Eastwards and I've always wanted to fill out Tian and Saraswati a little.
The question is detail.
There's been a lot of questions about Accuracy to Accessicibility, and I've generally erred towards not making anything too obscure too central while never really making anything directly inaccurate.
This leaves us with a lot of difficult areas as we expand to the lesser known realms of philosophy to our target demographic. Hinduism in particular is a rather tricky subject; generally there is considered to be 6 Orthodox Hindu schools, which while it would fill out Saraswati nicely, the Vedanta class would likely have more people scratching their heads than snapping it up.
On the one hand, greater and more accurate subdivisions of Non-Western philosophies would likely prove interesting, give a great deal of flavour and possibly help give people a better idea of what their philosophies actually look like. On the other hand it risks loosing the simple charm and satire so central to the game in the first place for either jokes obscure enough to make hipsters blush or an have a leaving curve that might break a few new players' brains.