Debate in Tibetan Buddhism: The Practice and Theory of Introductory Buddhist Logic and Epistemology

Debate in Tibetan Buddhism: The Practice and Theory of Introductory Buddhist Logic and Epistemology

by Dan Perdue
     
 

A clear and thorough exposition of the practice and theory of Buddhist logic and epistemology.See more details below

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A clear and thorough exposition of the practice and theory of Buddhist logic and epistemology.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780937938768
Publisher:
Shambhala Publications, Inc.
Publication date:
01/28/1992
Series:
Textual Studies and Translations in INDO Tibetan Buddhism Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
984
Product dimensions:
6.04(w) x 9.00(h) x 2.01(d)

Table of Contents

Technical Noteix
Prefacexiii
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
1 The Place of Reasoning3
2 Syllogisms and Consequences33
3 Definitions and Definienda61
4 The Subjects75
5 The Procedure in Debate99
6 The Comparison of Phenomena133
PART TWO: TRANSLATION AND COMMENTARY
7 Translation Introduction169
8 Colors and So Forth185
9 Established Bases267
10 Identifying Isolates411
11 Opposite-From-Being-Something and
Opposite-From-Not-Being-Something481
12 The Introductory Presentation of Causes and Effects531
13 Generalities and Instances617
14 Substantial and Isolate Phenomena695
PART THREE: CONCLUSION
15 Conclusion775
Glossary861
Bibliography893
Index901
TibetanText of "The Introductory Path of
Reasoning" in Pur-bu-jok Jam-ba-gya-tso's The939

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