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argument asti Bhartrhari Biardeau Buddhist cognition concept conclusion context principle contextual deﬁnition counterpositive deﬁned deﬁnition denote Devadatta Dharmakirti discussion distinction doctrine entity epistemic example existence explain fact fallacies false ﬁctitious ﬁnd ﬁre ﬁrst formal Frege grammarians grammatical Hence hetu identical Indian logic Indian logicians Indian philosophy Indian syllogism inference injunctions interpretation Jainas law of contradiction limitor linguistic locus logicians Major Premiss Matilal means of knowledge middle term Mimamsa mutual absence Naiyayikas Navya-Nyaya negation negative never type non-P not-yet type Nyaya object occurs ontological paksa Panini particular pervasion philosophy of language position Prabhakara problem proposition qualiﬁed question rabbit’s horn reason reference Renou rules Sanskrit sapaksa semantic sense sentence signiﬁcance speciﬁc Staal statement structure substrata substratum superstratum syllogism tarka theory things tion translation true type of absence Udayana universal unnameability thesis valid Vedic vipaksa Western words