Antarvyāpti: With Sanskrit Text and English Translation
Indian Council of Philosophical Research, 2002 - Buddhist logic - 197 pages
Study, with text and translation of Antarvyāptisamarthana of Ratnākaraśānti, 11th cent., work on Buddhist logic.
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Two Major Problems of Ratnakarasantipada
according to the kinds of hetu
absence according to Buddhist according to Jaina according to Ratnakarasanti anumana argument ascertain necessary concomitance ascertain the necessary badhaka pramdna basis be-inferred Buddhist Philosophy causal causal-efficiency concomitance between reality concomitance between smoke concomitance is ascertained constituents corroborative-example Dharmaklrti Dharmottara Dignaga dispute regarding establish the thing-to-be-inferred example fire Haraprasad Shastri internal concomitance Jaina logicians argue krama logical mark audibility logical mark becomes logical mark real Naiyayikas necessary concomitance ascertained necessary concomitance vyapti negation negative concomitance non-cognition non-perception non-transitory object of-inference Opponents may argue particle eva particular subject perceived perception permanent cause pervaded pramana prasanga pratyaksa presence of logical produce the effects prove the thing-to-be-inferred Ratnakarasanti argues Ratnakarasantipada Ratnaklrti Ratnaprabhacarya regarding the thing-to-be-inferred relationship sadhya Sanskrit similar-instance sapaksa Six Buddhist Nyaya source of knowledge srughna subject dharmin subject-of subject-of-inference paksa subject-of-inference paksadharmatva svabhava syllogism theorists of external-concomitance theory of internal-concomitance thesis thing-to thing-to-be three-fold conditions to-be-inferred valid logical mark word sattvam