History, philology, and the philosophical study of sanskrit texts

Journal of Indian Philosophy 38 (2):163-202 (2010)
This paper is a critical review of Jonardan Ganeri’s Philosophy in Classical India.
Keywords Dignāga  Dharmakīrti  Gaṅgeśa  Inferential reasoning  Jonardon Ganeri  Nyāya  Vātsyāyana
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DOI 10.1007/s10781-010-9084-x
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