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Problem of Inherence in Indian Logic

 
B.K. Dalai (Author)
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There are a number of controversies in accepting Samavaya as a relation. Three different streams of thoughts coming from different schools are prominent. On the one side stands the extreme realist amongst whom the Naiyayika is the chief, who holds clearly an objective view of the relation in general and the relation of Inherence in particular. On the other side we have the idealists, the Buddhists followed by the Vedantins who hold a subjective view of the relation of Inherence. Still there is a third group, which stands in the middle keeping the realists on the one side and the idealists on the other, maintaining a relative view of Inherence. Gangesa who flourished in 13 cen. A.D. has devoted a full chapter entitled Samavayavada in his monumental treatise the Tattvacintamani and the entire discussion in the present work is made in the light of his arguments. The book is divided in two parts. The first part is a general introduction where the findings of the present study are incorporated. In the second part an English translation of the text Samavayavada is presented along with explanatory notes.

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About the author

B.K. Dalai

Professor Dr. B.K. Dalai born (1956) M.A. (Sanskrit, Linguistics, Sahityashastri) and Ph.D., (Indian Philosophy), Double Gold Medallist recipient of several awards and Honours is presently working as the Director and Head of the Department of Center of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Pune.  Previously he has served in Deccan College Post-Graduate Research Institute, Pune, Pondicherry Central University, and Indian Institute of Advanced Study, Shimla.  Some of his important Research Publications are: Problem of Inherence in Indian Logic Containing the Eng. Trans. of Samavayavada of Tattvacintamani with commentary in English, Nyayasiddantadipa of Sasadhara, Bibliography of Ancient Indian Polity, Nyayasiddhantamanjari of Janakinatha (English Trans. with studies), Ultimate Reality and Meaning (Edited).  He has edited four volumes of concordance of conceptual upanisadic terms published by Center of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Pune.  He is the Editor of Journal of Indian Intllectual Traditions, Cass, University of Pune.  Forthcoming Publications of B.K. Dalai: Jain theory of Meaning, Jain Philosophy of Language, Indian Theory of Language (Edited: Some 30 Authorities on the subject have contributed to this Volume), Bhuvanesa-Laukika-nyayasahasri (Exposition of 1000 lokanyayas in Sanskrit with Introduction in English).

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Title Problem of Inherence in Indian Logic
Author B.K. Dalai
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Pratibha Prakashan
Language: English
isbn 817702617
length xii+195p., Figures; Notes; References; Bibliography; Index; 22cm.