Materials for the Study of Navya-nyāya Logic
Authorship of the great sanskrit language epic poem of India, the Mahabharat, is attributed to the sage krsna Dvaipayana Vyasa. This study focuseson the depictionof vyasa in the Mahabharata, where he is an important character in the tale he is credited, with composing. The interpretation of vyasa is enriched by the different perspectives provided by other literature, including dramas, Jataka tales, Arthasastra, and Puranas.
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An Examination of Some Theories and Techniques of NavyaNyaya
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absence of contact absence of fire absence of pot absence residing absencei appear false bahuvrihi character chief qualifier commentary compound constant absence contact with monkey counterpositive counterpositivei counterpositivei is limited Devadatta Didhiti difference from pot entity essentially identical ether example expressed false inference fault Fourth Definition Gangesa hetu imposed property incomplete occurrence Indian Logic inherence Insertion interpretation iti vacyam ity-adau Jagadisa Jayadeva lake limiting relation limitor loci locus of absence locus of contact locus of fire mathematical logic Mathura Misra Mithila Mitra mutual absence Naiyayikas Navya-naiyayikas Navya-nyaya Notes Nyaya Objection occurrence-exacting occurrenti described omits Paksadhara parydpti pervasion Phanibhusana possess(es pot-ness prthivi pure reality qualificand qualified reality quality or action Raghunatha Raghunatha Siromani refer Samkara Sanskrit sddhya smoke substance substance-ness substratum superstratumi tatpurusa temporal relation term Text theory tion Translation tree universal-positive unlimited locusi Vaisesika valid inference valid knowledge Variant Vasudeva Vasudeva Sarvabhauma word