Relations in Indian Philosophy
V. N. Jha
South Asia Books, 1992 - Philosophy - 198 pages
Contributed research papers presented at the National Seminar on Relations in Indian Philosophy, held during 25th-27th March 1991 at the Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Poona.
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abhava absence of pot absolute identity accepted According Advaita anuyogita avacchedakata Bhatta blue pot Brahman Brahmasutra Buddhists Carvaka causality concept conditioned context corresponding abstract property creation delimitor dependent described Devadatta Dvaitadvaita dvitva effect efficient cause entities essential identity eternal exist explain fire GangeSa Gautama ghata ghatatva ground guna hence hetu human action Ibid identity statement imau implies Indian Philosophy individual soul inference JagadiSa Jayanta jfiapaka Jiva knowledge laksana locus logical material cause Mimamsa Mimamsakas Naiyayikas nature Navya Navya-Nyaya nilatva Nimbarka non-difference notion object object-referring-ness occurs omnipotence padartha paryapti perceive perception pervades Prabhakaras pratiyogita produced proposition qualificand qualified cognition Ramanuja relation of identity relation of Inherence relationship Sakti samavaya samaya sambandha Samyoga Sanskrit Sanskrit Series sense Siva smoke subsist substances substratumness superstratumness sutra svabhava svarupasambandha tadatmya term theory things Udayana Uddyotakara upacara Vacaspati VaiSesikas Varanasi Vatsyayana visayata viSesana-viSesyabhava viSesanata viSesyata word and meaning