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A History of Indian Logic (Ancient, Mediaeval and Modern by Vidyabhusana Satis Chandra

By Vidyabhusana Satis Chandra

The writer has during this paintings in actual fact marked the primary phases of Indian common sense within the big interval of approximately thousand years starting from 640 and has traced how from Anviksiki the technological know-how of dialogue Indian good judgment constructed into the technology of data Pramanasastra after which into the technology of dialectics Prakarana of Tarkasastra.

The therapy of the topic is either old and significant. the writer has traced a few Greek impact on indian common sense. for example he has proven how the 5 membered syllogism of Aristotle came upon its approach via Alexandria Syria and different international locations into Taxila and acquired amalgamated with the Nyaya doctrine of inference.

The booklet is among the pioneer works at the matters. It has drawn on unique assets exhaustively. in addition to the preface creation, foreword and desk of contents the paintings comprises numerous appendices and indexes.

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30. Nya'l/a-siddhanta-dipa 31. Madhavacarya ... 32. apada DarSana. .. Tnference as a Means of Right knowledge .. The Inference as a Means of Ri ht Knowled e cannot be 396 396 396 397 398 398 Sampath_eBooks CONTENTS. SEC'l'WN xxxix II. 'J'arka-6'(isit'a-TUE SCIENCE OF DULECTICS. Ohapter I I. Formation of the Tarka-sastra. 33. ;l4. 35. 36. 37 38. Page The Nyaya cannot he combined with Vaiselillka AdoptIOn of Pramiina alone .. Adol)tioll of the Valse~ika Principles Subtlet~T of Meanings aimed at ..

16. ). ;"liki, grew out of debates in councils of learned men. g. the nature of the soul and the Supreme Being. I Gargya, Kausalya Asvalayana, Bhargava Vaidarbhi and KabandhI Katyayana. " Suoh a council was called samsad, samiti, sabka, pari~ad or par€Jad. rl1(~: Qr•• 'iI1ff 'flfiffifhN (C'handogyopani{lad, 5-3--1). o.. 6-2-1). M"x Muller's History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature. pp. 128-132. g 4 PrMnopanirr-ad. Praana 1-6. T~i~q II (Manu-samhita. 12-110. 111). samhitii, ti 'Itf{llfT'(T ~ 8-19).

22. Commentaries on Ta1'kasaingraha 23. Visvanatha Nyayapancanana .. 386 386 387 387 388 388 390 392 24. Bha~a-pariccheda 392 25. 26. 27. Tarkamrta Laugak~i l3haskara Tarka-kaumudi 393 395 395 Ohapter IV. ika. 28. The Nya-ya and Vais~ika promiscuously amalgamated 29. Saaadhara .. •. .. .. 30. Nya'l/a-siddhanta-dipa 31. Madhavacarya ... 32. apada DarSana. .. Tnference as a Means of Right knowledge .. The Inference as a Means of Ri ht Knowled e cannot be 396 396 396 397 398 398 Sampath_eBooks CONTENTS.

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