# Category:Buddhist Logic

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## Pages in category "Buddhist Logic"

The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 226 total.

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- 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
- A SHARED, AND LARGELY TRUE, VIEW OF THE WORLD
- A treatise on Buddhist Epistemology and Logic Attributed to Klong chen Rab 'byams pa (1308-1364) and its Place in Indo-Tibetan Intellectual History
- A Well-Reasoned Dharma: Buddhist Logic in Republican China
- Abductive reasoning
- Acceptance and interpretation of Dharmakīrti's theory of nigrahasthāna in the Nyāyamañjarī
- 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
- APOHA AND TRIANGULATION
- Argumentation in practice
- Aristotelian logic
- Aristotle's Logic

### B

- Beyond true and false
- Bhavyaviveka
- Bhāmatī
- BOUNDARIES OF TYPES AND TOKENS
- Brief History of Buddhist Logic in India and China
- Buddha's Logic
- Buddhist Critique of Fundamentalist Christianity
- BUDDHIST EPISTEMOLOGY AS APOLOGETICS
- Buddhist Formal Logic
- BUDDHIST ILLOGIC
- Buddhist logic
- Buddhist Logic (Volume I) Stcherbatsky (Book Review by Radhika Abeysekera)
- 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 in China
- Buddhist Logic: Non-Prasangika 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

### C

- Chinese Translations of Pratyakṣa
- Classical logic
- Commentary on Chokyi Gyaltsen’s '' A Presentation of Tenets ''
- Commentary on Valid Cognition
- Comparison between the First Half of VN and the Latter Half of VN
- Compendium of Logic
- Conclusion: Theory and practice
- Consideration of “Different Affair” (arthāntara)
- Consideration of “Fallacious Logical Reason” (hetvābhāsa)
- Consideration of “Insufficient” (nyūna)
- Consideration of “Lack of an Idea” (apratibhā)
- Consideration of “Surplus” (adhika)
- Counterargument to the West: Buddhist Logicians’ Criticisms of Christianity and Republicanism in Meiji Japan
- Critical edition of Bhatta Jayanta's - Nyayamanjari - Jayanta's view on jati and apoha

### D

- Deductive Logic
- Deductive reasoning
- Dharmakirti's Concept of the Svalaksana
- DharmakIrti's Criticism of the NyAya School in the Second Half of VN
- DharmakIrti's Definitions of the Point of Defeat in the First Half of VN
- Dialectic
- Dignaga and Dharmakirti: Two Summits of Indian Buddhist Logic
- Dignaga's Interpretation of the Perceptual Universe
- Dign¹aga's Logic of Invention
- Dignāga and Dharmakīrti: Two Summits of Indian Buddhist Logic By Zheng Wei-hong
- Distinguishing Two Types of Negation

### E

- Early Indian Logic and the Question of Greek Influence
- Editing Logic and Conversation
- Empty Subject Terms in Buddhist Logic: Dignaga and his Chinese Commentators
- 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

### F

- Feeling the Experience….
- First Degree Entailment
- Formal logic
- Four-valued logic
- Fourfold Predication in Early Buddhism by John Emmer
- Free Will, the logic of Karma, and Buddhist Ethics
- Frontiers of Logic—Fuzzy Logic: Can Aristotle and the Buddha get along?
- Further Notes on Bhāviveka’s Principal Oeuvre

### H

- Handbook of the 5th World Congress on Paraconsistency
- Having Fun With Non-Classical Logic
- Hetuvidya
- Historical background
- History of logic
- How did the Buddhists prove something? by Shoryu Katsura
- How did the Buddhists prove something? The Nature of Buddhist Logic
- How to Win Every Argument - The Use and Abuse of Logic

### I

### L

- Lastly, the third interpretation of asadhanagavacana is explained as follows
- Logic
- Logic & Methodology of Science
- Logic and Buddhist Logic
- Logic and Buddhist metaphysics
- Logic and Conversation
- Logic as an Elite Discourse
- 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
- Logical Difficulties Explained
- Logical requirement

### M

### N

- Nagarjuna and Logic
- Nagarjuna's Dialectic and Buddhist Logic
- Neither one nor many (gcig du 'bral ba'i gtan tshigs)
- NEITHER REAL NOR UNREAL
- Nigrahasthana in the Vadanyaya: Controversy between DharmakIrti and the Nyaya School
- Nigrahasthāna by Dharmakīrti in the First Half of VN
- Nishida Kitarō’s Logic of Absolutely Contradictory Self-Identity and the Problem of Orthodoxy in the Zen Tradition
- Non-Western 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

### O

- On discourses addressed by infdel logicians
- On Preserving: Essays on Preservationism and Paraconsistent Logic
- On Stanisław Schayer’s Research on Ny¯aya
- On the Theory of Intrinsic Determination of Universal Concomitance in Buddhist Logic
- On translating the term ''d.r.s.taanta'' in early Buddhist formal logic
- Origin and Development of Buddhist Logic
- Origin and Development of Indian Logic and Buddhist Logic

### P

### R

### S

- Selected Bibliography on Buddhist Logic and Ontology
- Self-Awareness and the Integration of Pramaṇa and Madhyamaka
- Sentential Logic Primer
- Some issues linked to argumentation
- 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 Art of Debate in Kathavatthu
- The Buddhist logic is multivalent
- The Buddhist School
- The Buddhist Understanding of Negative Judgment
- The Classical Nyaya School
- The Definition of Nigrahasthāna
- The Development of Indian Logic
- The Epistemological Outlook in Early Buddhism
- The form of the argument
- 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 Logic of “Mutual Transmission” in Huayan and Zen Buddhist Philosophy – Toward the Logic of Co-existence in a Globalized World
- The Madhyamika disproves the opponent’s thesis, and does not prove any thesis of his own
- The Meaning of the Term Nyaya
- The Method of Paraphrase
- The Multiple-Valued Logic
- The Nature of Questions in Buddhism
- THE NOUMENAL, THE PHENOMENAL, AND THE IN-BETWEEN
- The Nyāya and the Buddhist Logic on Perception: Revisiting the Controversy
- The Place of Logic in the Project of Modernity
- The Principle of Conceptual Subjects
- The Principle of Four-Cornered Negation in Indian Philosophy
- The Principle of Propositional Attitude
- The Problem of Major Premise in Buddhist Logic By TANG Mingjun
- The purpose of argumentation