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Religion and Logic in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis

Krasser, Helmut [u.a.] [Hrsg.]:
Religion and Logic in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis : Proceedings of the Fourth International Dharmakirti Conference Vienna, August 23-27, 2005 / ed. by Helmut Krasser ; Horst Lasic ; Eli Franco ; Birgit Kellner. - Vienna : Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2011. - 521 S. - (Denkschriften der philosophisch-historischen Klasse ; 424) (Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens ; 69)
ISBN 978-3-7001-7000-6
EUR 69,00
DDC: 160.882943; 181.043

The proceedings volume of the Fourth International Dharmakīrti Conference, held in Vienna in 2005, includes a collection of thirty-six essays devoted to the work of one of the most influential philosophers of India, the six-century Buddhist scholar Dharmakīrti. It is the next volume in a series of Dharmakirti conference proceedings that includes, to date, Studies in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition (Vienna 1991) and Dharmakīrti's Thought and Its Impact on Indian and Tibetan Philosophy (Vienna 1999). The papers in this volume present research on the Buddhist logical and epistemological tradition in India and Tibet, including its cultural, philosophical and religious significance, and also emphasize the tradition's import on non-Buddhist philosophy and religion. They also report on some of the remarkable (and very important) new textual sources that have become available in recent years, namely, newly discovered Sanskrit texts by Dharmakīrti and his followers. The contributions provide a rigorous and detailed overview of tlle astonishing Progress that has been made in understanding the work of Dharmakīrti and his successors. [Verlagsinformation]

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Piotr Balcerowicz
Dharmakīrti’s criticism of the Jaina doctrine of multiplexity of reality (anekāntavāda)
Junjie Chu
Sanskrit fragments of Dharmakīrti’s Santānāntarasiddhi
Vincent Eltschinger
Studies on Dharmakīrti’s religious philosophy (3): Compassion and its role in the general structure of PV 2 43
Koji Ezaki
Can we say that everything is ineffable? Udayana’s refutation of the theory of apoha
Eli Franco
Perception of yogis – Some epistemological and metaphysical considerations
Toru Funayama
Kamalaśīla’s view on yogic perception and the bodhisattva paths
Brendan S. Gillon
Dharmakīrti on inference from effect. A discussion of verse 12 and the Svavṛtti of the Svārthānumāna chapter of the Pramāṇavārttika
Klaus Glashoff
Problems of transcribing avinābhāva into predicate logic
Keijin Hayashi
Prajñākaragupta’s interpretation of mental perception
Yoshichika Honda
Bhoja and Dharmakīrti
Pascale Hugon
Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge’s views on perception
Masahiro Inami
Nondual cognition
Hisataka Ishida
On the classification of anyāpoha
Takashi Iwata
Compassion in Buddhist logic – Dharmakīrti’s view of compassion as interpreted by Prajñākaragupta
Kyō Kanō
Dichotomy, antarvyāpti, and dṛṣṭānta
Kei Kataoka
Manu and the Buddha for Kumārila and Dharmakīrti
Shoryu Katsura
From Abhidharma to Dharmakīrti – With a special reference to the concept of svabhāva
Yohei Kawajiri
A critique of the Buddhist theory of adhyavasāya in the Pratyabhijñā school
Birgit Kellner
Dharmakīrti’s criticism of external realism and the sliding scale of analysis
Hisayasu Kobayashi
On the development of the argument to prove vijñaptimātratā
Taiken Kyuma
On the (im)perceptibility of external objects in Dharmakīrti’s epistemology
Lawrence McCrea
Prajñākaragupta on the pramāṇas and their objects
Shinya Moriyama
pramāṇapariśuddhasakalatattvajña, sarvajña and sarvasarvajña
Yasutaka Muroya
Bhāsarvajña’s Interpretation of bhāva eva nāśaḥ and a related chronological problem
Hiroshi Nemoto
The proof of impermanence in the dGe lugs pa’s pramāṇa theory
Miyako Notake
The concept of samayābhoga in the refutation of the existence of universals
Hideyo Ogawa
On the term anupalabdhi
Masamichi Sakai
Śākyabuddhi and Dharmottara on the inference of momentariness based on the absence of external causes of destruction
Kiyokuni Shiga
antarvyāpti and bahirvyāpti re-examined
John Taber
Did Dharmakīrti think the Buddha had desires?
Tom J.F. Tillemans
Dignāga, Bhāviveka and Dharmakīrti on apoha
Toshikazu Watanabe
Dharmakīrti’s intention to quote Pramāṇasamuccaya III 12
Jeson Woo
Vācaspatimiśra and Jñānaśrīmitra on the object of yogipratyakṣa
Zhihua Yao
Non-cognition and the third pramāṇa
Chizuko Yoshimizu
What makes all the produced impermanent? Proof of impermanence and theory of causality

HELMUT KRASSER, Institut für Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, ÖAW Wien. Profilseite.
HORST LASIC, Institut für Kultur und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, ÖAW Wien. Profilseite.
ELI FRANCO, Professor am Institut für Indologie und Zentralasienwissenschaften, Universität Leipzig. Profilseite.
BIRGIT KELLNER, Professorin am Karl-Jaspers-Zentrum, Universität Heidelberg. Profilseite.

Quellen: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; Lehmanns Media; Mailing-Liste Indology, 8. Juli 2011