History and Transmission of the Nyayamanjari: Critical Edition of the Section on the Sphota.

History and Transmission of the Nyayamanjari: Critical Edition of the Section on the Sphota.

by Alessandro Graheli

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ISBN-13: 9783700177463
Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press
Publication date: 01/13/2016
Series: Beitrage zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens Series , #91
Pages: 318
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xiii

Introduction xv

Why a new edition of the Nyayamañjari (NM)? xv

Reasons for the choice of NM 6 xvi

The structure of this book xvii

The choice of Devanagari xviii

Part I The history of the transmission 1

1 Bhatta Jayanta 3

1.1 His life 3

1.2 His works 11

1.3 The contents of the NM 14

2 Survey and description of the NM editions 17

2.1 Gangadhara Shastri Tailanga, 1895 19

2.2 Suryanarayana Shukla, 1936 21

2.3 Suryanarayana Shukla, 1969-1971 22

2.4 K.S. Varadacharya, 1969-1983 24

2.5 Nagin J. Shah, 1975-1992 25

2.6 Gaurinatha Shastri, 1982-1984 26

2.7 Other partial editions 27

2.8 Sigla of the NM editions 27

3 Survey and description of the NM manuscripts 29

3.1 Inventory of the NM manuscripts 29

3.2 Sigla of the NM manuscripts 32

3.3 Conventions of the descriptions 33

3.4 Description of the NM manuscripts 35

3.4.1 Allahabad, GJ 833 35

3.4.2 Calcutta/Kolkata, AS G-10991 37

3.4.3 Kozhicode (Thenhipalam), MDUC 2606 38

3.4.4 Madras/Chennai, AL 70179b 40

3.4.5 Mysore, ORI C-1374 43

3.4.6 Pune, BORI 390 of 1875-6 45

3.4.7 Pune, AA 5329 49

3.4.8 Pune, DC 10663 50

3.4.9 Srinagar, ORL 1933 51

3.4.10 Varanasi, SSV 3465 54

3.5 Description of the GBh manuscript 56

3.5.1 Jaisalmer, JTGB 386 56

4 Genealogy of the editions 61

4.1 Gangadhara's edition, the editio princeps 61

4.2 Varadacharya's edition 63

4.3 Shah's and Gaurinatha's editions 65

4.4 The stemma of the editions 67

5 Genealogy of the manuscripts 69

5.1 Method and tools 69

5.1.1 Chronological elements 69

5.1.2 Software details 71

5.1.3 Terminological clarification 72

5.2 Phylogenetic tree of all the sources 74

5.2.1 Experimental tree with the printed editions 74

5.2.2 Phylogenetic tree of the manuscript sources 76

5.3 Detection of apographs 80

5.3.1 A is the apograph of O 80

5.3.2 S is partially derived from P 85

5.4 From the phylogenetic tree to the stemma 87

5.4.1 C, S, Q, V, and O, the y family 88

5.4.2 K and M, the β family 89

5.4.3 The polytomy of β P and y 91

5.4.4 C and the δ family (S, O, Q and V) 94

5.4.5 The shift of exemplar in S 96

5.4.6 O, V and Q, the ε family 96

5.4.7 O and V, the ζ family 98

5.4.8 The shift of exemplar in O 102

5.5 Traces of horizontal transmission 103

5.5.1 Corrections in P and possible traces of contamination 105

5.5.2 Traces of contamination in Q 108

5.5.3 Traces of contamination in V 108

5.5.4 Traces of contamination in O 109

5.6 The stemma codicum 110

6 Editorial conventions 113

6.1 Tire purpose of the critical edition 113

6.2 The text of the edition 116

6.3 The apparatuses 118

6.3.1 The apparatus of the Granthibhariga 118

6.3.2 The apparatus of the testimonia 119

6.3.3 The apparatus of glosses by previous editors 119

6.3.4 The critical apparatus 120

6.3.5 The exegetical notes 122

6.4 Foliation and pagination 122

6.5 Synopsis of symbols and sigla 122

Part II Critical edition 125

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10 Foliation 235

Part III Appendix 239

11 Tables of errors 241

11.1 Conjunctive readings of the γ family 241

11.2 Conjunctive readings of the β family 243

11.3 Singular readings in K 250

11.4 Singular readings in M in relation to K 251

11.5 Singular readings of P 252

11.6 Conjunctive readings of the δ family 254

11.7 Conjunctive readings of C with β and P 255

11.8 Conjunctive readings of P and S 255

11.9 Conjunctive readings of the E family 256

11.10 Conjunctive readings of Q and V 257

11.11 Conjunctive readings of O and V 258

11.12 Conjunctive readings of S, Q and V 259

11.13 Readings of P, M and K found in V 260

11.14 Lists of polygenetic readings 261

11.15 Readings introduced by Gangadhara 262

11.16 Readings introduced by Varadacharya 263

11.17 Conjunctive readings of Ga and Va 265

12 Internal divisions of interesting manuscripts 267

12.1 Internal divisions of M 267

12.2 Internal divisions of K 267

12.3 Internal divisions of P 268

12.3.1 The NM portion 268

12.3.2 The unidentified Vaisesika work 269

12.3.3 The fragment of the Raghuvamsa 269

12.4 Internal divisions of C 270

12.5 Internal divisions of S 271

12.6 Recomposition of Q 271

12.7 Internal divisions of J 272

13 The foliation of M 275

14 A bird-eye view of commented sutra-s 279

Abbreviations 287

Abbreviations of primary sources 287

Abbreviations of catalogues 290

Bibliographical references 293

Primary sources 293

Secondary sources 299

Index 309

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