Franco/Notake: Dharmakīrti on the Duality of the Object
Franco, Eli [u.a.]:
Dharmakīrti on the Duality of the Object : Pramāṇavārttika III 1-63 / Eli Franco, Miyako Notake. - Berlin ; Münster ; Wien ; Zürich ; London : LIT-Verlag, 2014. - XV, 173 S. - (Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Süd- und Zentralasiens ; 5)
According to one of the most fundamental tenets in Indian Buddhist epistemology, there are only two means of knowledge, perception and inference, because there are only two objects of knowledge, the particular and the universal. The present monograph deals with this tenet as it was expounded and substantiated in Dharmakirti's (7th c.) magnum opus, the Pramanavarttika, a work that has exerted lasting influence on Buddhist philosophy in India and Tibet up to the present day. [Verlagsinformation]
Forword by Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer. vii
Text and Translation. 27
Abbreviations and Bibliography. 151
Index of Sanskrit Terms. 167
ELI FRANCO is Professor of Indology at Leipzig University. Profile page.
MIYAKO NOTAKE (野武美弥子) is a lecturer at Waseda University, Tokyo.
- Dharmakīrti on the Duality of the Object: Pramāṇavārttika III 1-63. Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Süd- und Zentralasiens; 5. xv, 173 S. (2014).
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