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Category:Buddhist Logic
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Pages in category "Buddhist Logic"
The following 144 pages are in this category, out of 144 total.
A
 A Note on a Modified Catuskoti
 A Reappraisal of Kumārajīva’s role in Medieval Chinese Buddhism: An Examination of Kumārajīva’s Translation Text on ''The essential Explanation of the Method of Dhyana''
 A Restricted Interpretation of Dharmakīrti's Philosophy
 Abductive reasoning
 Akṣapāda Gautama
 Algebraic Approach to Quantum Gravity I: Relative Realism
 An Analysis of the Buddha's Paradoxical Silence: Neither the Positive nor Nihilistic View
 An Introduction to Buddhist Philosophy an Annotated Translation of the Tarkabhasa of Moksakaragupta by Yuichi Kajiyama
 Ancient Indian Logic and Ontology. A Survey of Contemporary Studies
 Apoha
 Aristotelian logic
 Aristotle's Logic
B
 Beyond true and false
 Bhavyaviveka
 Bhāmatī
 Buddha's Logic
 Buddhist Critique of Fundamentalist Christianity
 Buddhist Formal Logic
 Buddhist logic
 Buddhist Logic and Epistemology; Studies in the Buddhist Analysis of Inference and Language
 Buddhist logic and Nagarjuna
 Buddhist Logic and Ontology. A Survey of Contemporary Studies
 Buddhist Logic before Dinnaga
 Buddhist Logic by Buddhist Logic : TH. Stcherbatsky
 Buddhist Logic Expounded by Means of Symbolic Logic by Hajime Nakamura
 Buddhist Logic: NonPrasangika and Prasangika Versions
 Buddhist philosophy is full of contradictions. Now modern logic is learning why that might be a good thing
 Buddhist Philosophy of Logic
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 Early Indian Logic and the Question of Greek Influence
 Editing Logic and Conversation
 Empty Subject Terms in Buddhist Logic: Digna¯ ga and his Chinese Commentators By Zhihua Yao
 Empty Subject Terms in Buddhist Logic: Digna¯ga and his Chinese Commentators by Zhihua Yao
 Epistemic Logic and Inductive Game Theory
 Epistemology and Logic in Buddhism
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 Logic
 Logic & Methodology of Science
 Logic and Buddhist metaphysics
 Logic and Conversation
 Logic in Classical Indian Philosophy
 Logic in Indian Thought
 Logic in the Katthāvattu
 Logic Made Easy
 Logic or Hermeneutics On the Theory of ''Four Methods of Reasoning'' in the Early Yogacara School
 Logic's Point of Departure
 Logic, Buddhism, and all that
 Logic: A Very Short Introduction
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 Nagarjuna's Dialectic and Buddhist Logic
 Neither one nor many (gcig du 'bral ba'i gtan tshigs)
 Nishida Kitarō’s Logic of Absolutely Contradictory SelfIdentity and the Problem of Orthodoxy in the Zen Tradition
 NonWestern Logic
 Notation, Logical
 Nyaya: The Philosophy of Logic and Epistemology
 Nyāya  The School of Logicians
 Nyāya: the 16 relevant topics (padārtha)
 Nāgārjuna and the Naiyāyikas
 Nāgārjuna’s Logic
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 Selected Bibliography on Buddhist Logic and Ontology
 Sentential Logic Primer
 Some Reflections on R. S. Y. Chi's Buddhist Formal Logic
 Some significant Contribution's of Buddhist Logician's in the development of Indian Philosophy
 Some Thoughts on Mohist Logic
 Standard logic
 Stanisław Schayer’s Method of Research on Ny¯aya
 Studies on Buddhist Logic and Ontology
 Study and Discussion Questions for Early Buddhist Discourses
 Summaries of works (logic)
T
 Tarka śāstra
 Temporalis
 Tetralemma
 The Buddhist logic is multivalent
 The Buddhist Understanding of Negative Judgment
 The Fourfold Negation & the Perfection of Wisdom
 The History of Logic
 The Law of Contradiction, Otherness, Excluded Middle – A Buddhist Perspective.
 The logic of the Catuskoti
 The MultipleValued Logic
 The Principle of FourCornered Negation in Indian Philosophy
 The Problem of Major Premise in Buddhist Logic By TANG Mingjun
 The Tibetan Buddhist Syllogistic Form
 The Treatment of Difference: John B. Cobb & the Logic of sokuhi
 The Use of Symbols in Mathematics and Logic
 Three modes