Indian Philosophy: Logic and philosophy of language

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Roy W. Perrett
Routledge, 2001 - Philosophy - 330 pages
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

The Indian Tradition
1
A Note on the Indian Syllogism
14
The Concept of Paksa in Indian Logic
32
a Comparative Study ...
44
Nyayapravesa Reviewed
65
Some Features of the Technical Language of Navyanyaya ...
101
The Nyaya on Double Negation
123
The Middle Term
139
Both Yes and No?
169
Sanskrit Philosophy of Language
181
Some Indian Theories of Meaning
215
Reference and Existence in Nyaya and Buddhist Logic ...
231
The Context Principle and Some Indian Controversies over Meaning ...
259
The Sensereference Distinction in Indian Philosophy of Language ...
285
Bhartrharis Paradox
311
Acknowledgments
329

Psychologism in Indian Logical Theory
143
Tarka in the Nyaya Theory of Inference
153

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