Indian Logic: A Reader
The articles in this volume are all landmarks in the evolution of modern studies in Indian logic. The book traces the development of modern studies in Indian logic from their beginnings right up to the latest work.
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absence affirmative argument Aristotelian syllogism Aristotle atoms Ballantyne belongs Bochenski Buddhist called century colour commentary concept conclusion concomitance concrete conjunction copula Counter-Example dharma Dignaga discussion disjunction distinction doctrine earth elements eternal expression fact fiery fire-possessing formal logic genus Gotama Greeks hetu hill possesses Hindu Indian logic Indian logician Indian philosophy Indian syllogism inference instance interpretation Kanada knowledge locatee locus Lukasiewicz major premise major term means middle term minor term modern mountain Naiyayikas Navya-Nyaya logicians negation Negative Example non-eternal non-M non-P Nyaya Nydya object organ paksa particular perception possesses fire possesses smoke predicate probandum Probans proposition propositional calculus propositional logic relation Sanskrit sapaksa Schayer schema sddhya sense sentence soul sound statement Stcherbatsky substance suffix sutras syllogistic theory thesis thing traditional translation Uddyotakara universal Vaisesika valid Vasubandhu Vatsyayana Vedanta vipaksa Vyapti Western logic word