Translation and Interpretation of Kārikāvalī, Muktāvalī, and Dinakarī: Nyāya philosophy of language : analysis, text, translation, and interpretation of Upamāna and Śabda sections of Kārikāvalī, Muktāvalī, and Dinakarī
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Analysis of Karikavati Muktavali and Dinakari
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according admitted answer becomes the object bhramara bring Caitra causal complex cause of verbal chatra conjunct recollection connection of number connection with number conveys the meaning cumbersome denotative function denoted meaning determinant of the-state-of-being-denoted Dinakara dvandva compound expression function of words gayal ghosah gotvatvam Hence implied meaning inferential knowledge instances of knowledge instrumental cause intention karmadharaya knowledge of denotative knowledge of semantic knowledge of words krti lotus mandapa meanings of words means of valid Mlmamsakas modern Naiyayikas object of verbal old Naiyayikas opinion perception perceptual knowledge Prabhakaras produce verbal knowledge prthivi purusah qualificand Ramarudra relation of difference relation of non-difference sadhya semantic competency semantic connection sentence conveying similarity significatory function singular number speaker sphota substratum syntactic connection syntactic expectancy tatpurusa compound tense-suffix Text the-state-of-being upamiti uttered Vaisesikas valid knowledge Vedas verbal knowledge arising verbal suffix word cow word ganga word gavaya word ghata word jar word pankaja word rajan