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Perceptual Experience and Concepts in Classical Indian Philosophy" by Monima Chadha
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- Aksapada Gautama, Nyāya-Sūtra, with
Vatsyayana's Nyayabhasya, Uddyotakara's
Nyayavartikka, and Udayana'a Parisuddhi, A. Thakur
(ed. and trans.), vol. 1, Mithila, 1967.
- Bhartr̥hari, Vākyapadīya, Abhyankar
K.V. and Limaye V.P. (eds.), Poona University, 1965.
- Gaṅgeśa, Tattvacintāmaṇi, Epistemology
Of Perception: Gaṅgeśa's
Tattvacintāmaṇi, Jewel Of Reflection
On The Truth (About Epistemology): The Perception Chapter
(Pratyakṣa-khaṇḍa), Transliterated Text,
Translation, And Philosophical Commentary, by Stephen H. Phillips
and N.S. Ramanuja Tatacharya. Treasury of the Indic Sciences. New York:
American Institute of Buddhist Studies, 2004.
- Uddyotakara, Nyaya-Vartika, in The
Nyāya-Sūtras of Gauṭama: With the
Vātsyāyana and the Nyaya-Vartika of
Uddyotakara, Gangānāṭha Jhā (trans.), Delhi:
Motilal Banarsidass, 1984.
- Uddyotakara, Nyāya-Sūtra-Bhāṣya,
Translations from the introductory commentary on
Nyāya-Sūtra-Bhāṣya, Arindam Chakrabarti
(trans.), published as an appendix to A. Chakrabarti, “The
Nyāya Proofs for the Existence of the Soul”, Journal of
Indian Philosophy, 10: 211–238, (1982). (Scholar)
- Vācaspati Miśra,
Anantlal Thaur (ed.), Indian Council of Philosophical Research,
- Vasubandhu, Viṃśatikā-Vṛtti,
Tri-Svabhāva-Nirdeśa, Thomas Kochumuttom (trans.),
in A Buddhist Doctrine of Experience: A New Translation and
Interpretation of the Works of Vasubandhu the
Yogācārin, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1982.
- Kumarila Bhatta, The ‘Determination of Perception’
Chapter of Slokavarttika, A Hindu Critique of Buddhist
Epistemology: The ‘Determination of Perception’
Chapter of Kumarila Bhatta's Slokavarttika commentary by Taber,
J. (trans.), Routledge Curzon Hindu Studies Series, New York:
Routledge Curzon, 2005. (Scholar)
- Appelbaum, D., 1982, “A Note on Pratyakṣa in Advaita Vedānta”, Philosophy East and West 32:2, pp. 201–205. (Scholar)
- Bhatt, Govardhan P. 1989, The Basic Ways of
Knowing, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. (Scholar)
- Bilimoria, P., 1980, “Perception (Pratyakṣa) in Advaita Vedānta”, Philosophy East and West, 30(1): 35–44. (Scholar)
- Chadha, M., 2001, “Perceptual Cognition: A Nyāya-Kantian Approach”, Philosophy East and West, 51(2): 197–209 (Scholar)
- Chadha, M., 2004, “Perceiving Particulars-as-Such Is Incoherent: A Reply to Mark Siderits”, Philosophy East and West, 54(3): 382–389 (Scholar)
- Chadha, M., 2006, “Yet Another Attempt to Salvage Pristine Perceptions!”, Philosophy East and West, 56(2): 333–342 (Scholar)
- Chakrabarti, A., 2000, “Against Immaculate Perception: Seven Reasons for Eliminating Nirvikalpaka Perceptions from Nyāya”, Philosophy East and West, 50(1): 1–8. (Scholar)
- Chakrabarti, A., 2001, “Reply to Stephen Phillips”, Philosophy East and West, 51(1): 114–115. (Scholar)
- Chakrabarti, A., 2004, “Seeing Without Recognizing? More on Denuding Perceptual Content”, Philosophy East and West, 54(3): 365–367 (Scholar)
- Chakrabarti, A., 1995, “Non-Particular Individuals”,
in P. K. Sen and R. R. Verma (eds.), The Philosophy of P. F.
Strawson, New Delhi: Indian Council of Philosophical Research,
pp. 124–144. (Scholar)
- Dreyfus, G. B. J., 1997, Recognizing reality: Dharmakīrti's philosophy and its Tibetan interpretations, New York: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
- Feldman, J., 2005, “Vasubandhu's Illusion Argument and the Parasitism of Illusion upon Veridical Experience”, Philosophy East and West, 55(4): 529–541 (Scholar)
- Gupta, B., Dharmarajadhvarindra, and Anantakrishna Sastri, N. S., 1991, Perceiving in Advaita Vedanta: Ppistemological Analysis and Interpretation, London: Associated University Presses. (Scholar)
- Matilal, B. K., 1986, Perception: An Essay on Classical Indian Theories of Knowledge, Oxford: Clarendon Press. (Scholar)
- Mohanty, J.N., 2000, Classical Indian Philosophy, Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. (Scholar)
- Mondal, P. K., 1982, “Some aspects of perception in old Nyaya”, Journal of Indian Philosophy, 10(4): 357–376. (Scholar)
- Phillips, S. H., 2001, “There's Nothing Wrong with Raw Perception: A Response to Chakrabarti's Attack on Nyāya's ‘Nirvikalpaka Pratyakṣa’”, Philosophy East and West, 51(1): 104–113 (Scholar)
- Phillips, S. H., 2004, “Perceiving Particulars Blindly: Remarks on a Nyāya-Buddhist Controversy”, Philosophy East and West, 54(3): 389–403 (Scholar)
- Siderits, M., 2004, “Perceiving Particulars: A Buddhist Defense”, Philosophy East and West, 54(3): 367–382 (Scholar)
- Thrasher, A. W., 1993, The Advaita Vedanta of Brahma-Siddhi, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidas. (Scholar)
- Wezler, A. and Motegi, S., 1998, (eds.) Yuktidipika: The
Most Significant Commentary on the Samkhyakarika, Volume 1
(Alt und Neu-Indische Studien, No. 41), Stuttgart: Franz Steiner