Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 22, Text 34

SB 11.22.34

atmaparijñana-mayo vivado
 hy astiti nastiti bhidartha-nisthah
vyartho ’pi naivoparameta pumsam
 mattah paravrtta-dhiyam sva-lokat
The speculative argument of philosophers — “This world is real,” “No, it is not real” — is based upon incomplete knowledge of the Supreme Soul and is simply aimed at understanding material dualities. Although such argument is useless, persons who have turned their attention away from Me, their own true Self, are unable to give it up.
If one doubts the existence of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, one will inevitably doubt the reality of the Lord’s creation. Thus, without understanding Lord Krsna, mere argument and debate over the reality and nonreality of the material world are useless. The material world is real specifically because it emanates from the supreme reality, Lord Krsna. Without understanding the reality of Lord Krsna one can never definitely ascertain the reality of His creation; one will always wonder if he is actually seeing something or merely thinking that he is seeing it. This kind of speculation can never be resolved without taking shelter of the Supreme Lord and is therefore useless. The devotees of the Lord are not inclined to such argument, because they are factually advancing in spiritual enlightenment and are fully satisfied with their progressively more beautiful experience of Krsna consciousness.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 22, Text 33
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 22, Text 35-36