By Vidyabhusana Satis Chandra
The writer has during this paintings truly marked the valuable levels of Indian common sense within the large interval of approximately thousand years starting from 640 and has traced how from Anviksiki the technology of discussion Indian good judgment constructed into the technology of information Pramanasastra after which into the technological know-how of dialectics Prakarana of Tarkasastra.
The therapy of the topic is either historic and significant. the writer has traced a few Greek impression on indian good judgment. for example he has proven how the 5 membered syllogism of Aristotle came across its means via Alexandria Syria and different international locations into Taxila and received amalgamated with the Nyaya doctrine of inference.
The booklet is among the pioneer works at the topics. It has drawn on unique resources exhaustively. along with the preface advent, foreword and desk of contents the paintings includes a number of appendices and indexes.
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A History of Indian Logic: Ancient Mediaeval and Modern Schools by Vidyabhusana Satis Chandra