Four Tibetan arguments for rebirth (Jan Westerhoff)
Well, when I studied for nine years with Tibetan monks at the Karmapa International Buddhist Institute (KIBI) in India, we learnt these arguments in the context of the commentaries on the Pramanasiddhi chapter of Dharmakirti's Pramanavarttika, i.e., the chapter that establishes the Buddha to be 'reliable'.
For a summary in English, you can see Roger R. Jackson's book "Is Enlightenment Possible?", Snow Lion Publications, 1993, pp. 226ff., where the standard argumentation is provided on the basis of Rgyal thsab rje's commentary.
The overall context of the passage is that it is necessary to prove rebirth in order to prove that the Buddha developed compassion over many life-times, and that he therefore possessess the quality of exceptional compassion, which is one of the indications for that he is a reliable person (pramanabhuta).
With best regards, Tim