Scripture, Logic, Language
11. What Can One Reasonably Say about Nonexistence? Co-authored by Donald S. Lopez, Jr.
- Scripture, Logic, Language
- Table of Contents
- Series Editor’s Preface by E. Gene Smith
- Acknowledgments and Notes on the Bibliographic Sources
- Scripturally Based Argumentation
- 1. Dharmakīrti, Āryadeva and Dharmapāla on Scriptural Authority
- 2. How Much of a Proof is Scripturally Based Inference?
- 3. Pre-Dharmakīrti Commentators on the Definition of a Thesis
- 4. On Parārthānumāna, Theses and Syllogisms
- 5. On Sapakṣa
- 6. Formal and Semantic Aspects of Tibetan Buddhist Debate Logic
- 7. Dharmakīrti and Tibetans on Adṛśyānupalabdhihetu
- 8. What is the Svadharmin in Buddhist logic?
- 9. Is Buddhist Logic Non-classical or Deviant?
- Philosophy of Language
- 10. On the So-called Difficult Point of the Apoha Theory
- 11. What Can One Reasonably Say about Nonexistence? Co-authored by Donald S. Lopez, Jr.
- About the Author
- Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism
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