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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1989 - Buddhist logic - 457 pages
Pramanavrttika is one rather the principal one of the seven celebrated works of the great Buddhist logician Dharmakirti. It consists of four chapters treating respectively of the validity of knowledge (Pramanasiddhi), perception (Pratyaksa), inference for oneself (Svarthanumana) and inference for others (Pararthanumana) according to the version followed in the present work, though in the traditional order Svarthanumana comes first. It is written in mnemonic verse and contains approximately 1500 stanzas.

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