The Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies: Indian metaphysics and epistemology

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Karl H. Potter
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1970 - Philosophy - 744 pages
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Contents

Bhasarvajna
396
Sanatani 44
424
Vacaspati Misra
453
Adhyayana 404
484
Srlvatsa
520
Sibajiban Bhattacharya
557
Apararkadeva
603
Srlkantlia
612

Qualities and Motions
112
Universals Individuators and Absences
133
Meaning and Truth
147
Logical Theory
179
SUMMARIES OF WORKS
209
Kanada
211
Vaisesikasutras Masaaki Hattori
212
Gautama
220
Nyayasutras Karl H Potter
221
Vakyakara
238
Vatsyayana
239
Nyayabhasya Karl H Potter
240
G Candramati
274
Dasapadarthasastra Masaaki Hattori
275
Bhavivikta
281
Prasastapada
282
Uddyotakara
303
Nyayavarttika Karl H Potter
304
Atreya
337
Prlticandra
338
Samkara Svamin
340
Visvarupa
341
Varadaraja
629
Sivaditya
642
Nyayamala Subrahmanya Sastri
645
Vadindra
646
Mahavidyavidambana E R Sreekrishna Sarma
647
Kiranavalidarpana G Bhattacharya
652
Kanadasutranibandha
658
Bhatfa Raghava
659
Vadi Vagisvara
660
Narayana Sarvajna
663
Kesava Misra C63 Trakabhasa Karl H Potter
664
Anandanubhava
667
Abhayatilaka
668
Nyayaratna V Varadachari
669
Sasadhara
682
Tarani Misra
684
Ravlsvara
685
NOTES
687
above
700
Vaidya B2507 D C Bhattacharya B2587 and B6105 G Kaviraj B6007b C
715
INDEX
717
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