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  1. What is Bhāvanā?Andrew Ollett - 2013 - Journal of Indian Philosophy 41 (3):221-262.
    Bhāvanā, “bringing into being,” is one of Mīmāṃsā’s hallmark concepts. It connects text and action in a single structure of meaning. This conjunction was crucially important to Mīmāṃsā’s own interpretive enterprise, and functioned— controversially but influentially—in a broader theory of language. The goal of this paper is to outline bhāvanā’s major contours as it is developed by Kumārilabhaṭṭa and some his followers (Maṇḍanamiśra, Pārthasārathimiśra, Someśvarabhaṭṭa, Khaṇḍadeva, and Āpadeva) and to examine some of the arguments they marshaled in support of it. (...)
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  • Language and Testimony in Classical Indian Philosophy.Madhav Deshpande - forthcoming - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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