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Contribution of Polish Scholars to the Study of Indian Logic
The Oldest Philosophical Manuscript in Sanskrit
Ancient Indian Logic as a Theory of Case-Based Reasoning
Nya¯ya-Su¯tra 5.1.2: Anomalies in the Bha¯sya
An Interpretation of Dharmaki¯rti's Svabha¯va-Hetu
The Mi¯ma¯m·sa¯ Definition of Praman·a as a Source of New Information
Some Cases of Doctrinal Proofs in the Abhidharma-Kos´a-Bha¯sya
Integrating Negative Knowledge into Prama¯n·a Theory: The Development of the Drs´yânupalabdhi Dharmaki¯rti's Earlier Works
On the Ascertainment of Validity in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition
On the Utilisation of Causality as a Basis of Inference. Dharmaki¯rti's statements and Their Interpretation
Limitations of Theories of Prama¯na
On What it is That Buddhists Think About —Apoha in the Ratnaki¯rti-Nibandhâvali—
Did Digna¯ga and Mallava¯din Know the Old Va¯kya-Padi¯ya-Vrtti Attributed to Bhartrhari?
Parley, Reason and Rejoinder
Inference, Reasoning and Causality in the Sa¯m·khya-Ka¯rika¯
Deductive, Inductive, Both or Neither?
Once More on Circles
Is ‘Inexplicability Otherwise’ (Anyathânupapatti) Otherwise Inexplicable?
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