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Religion and logic in Buddhist philosophical analysis: Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens

Proceedings of the Fourth International Dharmakīrti Conference, Vienna, August 23-27, 2005

Volume: Nr. 69

Superior document:Denkschriften / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse
Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens
HerausgeberIn:Krasser, Helmut  
Krasser, Helmut  
Lasic, Horst  
Franco, Eli  
Kellner, Birgit  
Year of Publication: 2011
Publisher: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften (Wien)
Language: English
Online Access: Table of contents
Classification: 181.043
Keyword chain(s)
Religionsphilosophie Logik Buddhismus
Dharmakīrti, 7. Jh.
Buddhistische Philosophie Religionsphilosophie Logik
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Contains these volumes

TitleVolume no.Year of Publication
The Pratyabhijñā school's critique of the Buddhist theory of determination (adhyavasāya)n. A.2011
The proof of impermanence in the dGe lugs pa's pramāṇa theoryn. A.2011
The role of the concept of directing one's mind to a verbal convention in Śāntarakṣita's refutation of the existence of universalsn. A.2011
Antarvyāpti and bahirvyāpti re-examinedn. A.2011
Bhoja and Dharmakīrtin. A.2011
Bhāsarvajña's interpretation of bhāva eva nāśaḥ and a related chronological problemn. A.2011
Can we say that everything is ineffable?n. A.2011
Compassion in Buddhist logicn. A.2011
Dharmakīrti on inference from effectn. A.2011
Dharmakīrti's criticism of external realism and the sliding scale of analysisn. A.2011
Dharmakīrti's criticism of the Jaina doctrine of multiplexity of reality (anekāntavāda)n. A.2011
Dharmakīrti's interpretation of Pramāṇasamuccaya III 12n. A.2011
Dichotomy, antarvyāpti, and dṛṣtāntan. A.2011
Did Dharmakīrti think the Buddha had desires?n. A.2011
Dignāga, Bhāviveka and Dharmakīrti on apohan. A.2011
From Abhidharma to Dharmakīrtin. A.2011
Kamalaśīla's view on yogic perception and the bodhisattva pathn. A.2011
Manu and the Buddha for Kumārila and Dharmakīrtin. A.2011
Non-cognition and the third pramāṇan. A.2011
Nondual cognitionn. A.2011
On the (im)perceptibility of external objects in Dharmakīrti's epistemologyn. A.2011
On the classification of anyāpohan. A.2011
On the development of the argument to prove vijñaptimātratān. A.2011
On the term anupalabdhin. A.2011
Opening speechn. A.2011
Perception of yogisn. A.2011
Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge's views on perceptionn. A.2011
Prajñākaragupta on the pramāṇas and their objectsn. A.2011
Prajñākaragupta's interpretation of mental perceptionn. A.2011
Pramāṇapariśuddhasakalatattvajña, sarvajña and sarvasarvajñan. A.2011
Problems of transcribing avinābhāva into predicate logicn. A.2011
Reconsidering the fragment of the Bṛhaṭṭīkā on restriction (niyama)n. A.2011
Sanskrit fragments of Dharmakīrti's Santānāntarasiddhin. A.2011
Vācaspatimiśra and Jñānaśrīmitra on the object of yogipratyakṣan. A.2011
What makes all that is produced impermanent?n. A.2011
Śākyabuddhi and Dharmottara on the inference of momentariness based on the absence of external causes of destructionn. A.2011