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  • Abhidharma-samuccaya (Compendium of the higher teachings) by Asaṅga.
    Edition: Tatia 1976;
    E-Text available online;
    French translation: Rahula 1971. (Scholar)
  • Bǎi lùn (百論) (Śataka-śāstra, Treatise in one hundred verses) by Āryadeva.
    Edition: Taishō Chinese Tripiṭaka 1569.
    English translation: Tucci 1930. (Scholar)
  • Caraka-saṃhitā (Caraka’s collection) by Agniveśa.
    Edition: Sharma and Dash 1976.
    English translation: Sharma and Dash 1976.
    Reference: CS sthāna.adhyāya.sūtra
  • Fāng biàn xīn lùn (方便心論 , Treatise on the heart of means) (reconstructed title: Upāya-hṛdaya).
    Edition: Taishō Chinese Tripiṭaka 1632.
    English translation (chapter 1): Gillon and Katsura 2017.
    Reference: T 1632 page.horizontal-band.vertical-line (Scholar)
  • Hetu-bindu (Drop of reason) by Dharmakīrti.
    Edition: Steinkellner 2016.
    English translation: Gokhale 1997. (Scholar)
  • Hetu-cakra-ḍamaru (The drum wheel of reason) by Dignāga
    Edition (Tibetan): He and van der Kuijp 2016
    English translation: He and van der Kuijp 2016
  • Hetu-vidyā, part of Yoga-ācāra-bhūmi-śāstra
    Edition: Yaita 2005 pp. 95–124.
    English translation: Wayman 1999 pp. 3–41
  • Kathā-vatthu (Points of controversy) by Moggaliputta Tissa.
    Edition: Kāśyapa 1961.
    English translation: Aung and Davids 1915. (Scholar)
  • Milinda-pañha (Questions of King Milinda)
    Edition: Trenckner 1880.
    English translation: Davids 1890. (Scholar)
  • Mūla-madhyamaka-kārikā (Basic verses on the middle way) by Nāgārjuna.
    Edition: de Jong 1977.
    English translation: Siderits and Katsura 2013.
    Reference: MMK chapter.verse (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-bhāṣya (Commentary on logic), a commentary on the Nyāya-sūtra, by Vātsyāyana, who is also known as Pakṣilasvāmin.
    Edition: Taranatha and Amarendramohan 1936.
    English translation: Jha 1913.
    Reference: NSB adhyāya.āhnika.sūtra (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-bindu (Drop of logic) by Dharmakīrti.
    Edition: Malvania 1955.
    English translation: Shcherbatskoï 1930 v. 2.
    Reference: NB chapter.passage (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-mukha (Introduction to logic) by Dignāga
    Edition: no published edition.
    Chinese translation: Taishō Chinese Tripiṭaka no. 1628.
    English translation: Tucci 1930.
    Reference: NM. (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-praveśa (Primer on logic) by Śaṅkarasvāmin.
    Edition: Dhruva 1930.
    English translation: Gillon and Love 1980; Tachikawa 1971. (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-sūtra (Aphorisms on logic) by Gautama, who is also known as Akṣapāda.
    Edition: Taranatha and Amarendramohan (eds) 1936.
    English translation: Jha 1913.
    Reference: NS adhyāya.āhnika.sūtra. (Scholar)
  • Nyāya-vārttika (Glosses on logic) by Uddyotakara, a commentary on the Nyāya-bhāṣya.
    Edition: Taranatha and Amarendramohan 1936.
    English translation: Jha 1913. (Scholar)
  • Padārtha-dharma-saṃgraha (Summary of categories and properties), by Praśastapāda.
    Edition: Bronkhorst and Ramseier (eds) 1994.
    English translation: Jha 1916. (Scholar)
  • Pramāṇa-samuccaya (Compendium on epistemic means of cognition) by Dignāga.
    Edition: Original Sanskrit text lost.
    English translation: first chapter, Hattori 1968; second chapter, Hayes 1988 ch. 6; fifth chapter, Hayes 1988 ch. 7, Pind 2015
    Reference: PS chapter.verse (Scholar)
  • Pramāṇa-vārttika (Gloss on epistemic means of cognition) by Dharmakīrti.
    Edition: Pandeya 1989.
    English translation: first chapter to verse 38 with autocommentary, Hayes and Gillon 1991 and Gillon and Hayes 2008; first chapter verses 312 – 340 with autocommentary, Eltschinger, Krasser and Taber (trs) 2012.
    English translation: fourth chapter, Tillemans 2000. (Scholar)
  • Pramāṇa-viniścaya (Settling on what the epistemic means of cognition are) by Dharmakīrti.
    Edition of first and second chapters: Steinkellner 2007.
    Edition of third: Hugon and Tomabechi 2011. (Scholar)
  • Prasanna-padā (Clear-worded (Commentary)) by Candrakīrti, a commentary on Mūla-madhyamaka-kārikā.
    Edition: Shastri 1983.
    English translation: Sprung 1977. (Scholar)
  • Praśastapāda-bhāṣya (Praśastapāda’s Commentary): see Padārtha-dharma-saṃgraha. (Scholar)
  • Rúshí lùn (如實論, Treatise on truth) (reconstructed title: Tarka-śāstra).
    Edition: Taishō Chinese Tripiṭaka 1633.
    Reference: T 1633 page.horizontal-band.vertical-line (Scholar)
  • Saṃdhi-nirmocana-sūtra (Aphorisms on release from bondage)
    Edition: Lamotte 1935.
    French Translation: Lamotte 1935. (Scholar)
  • Śataka-śāstra: see Bǎi lùn.
  • Śloka-vārttika (Gloss in verses), a commentary on Śabara’s commentary on Jaimini’s Mīmāṁsā Sūtra, Bk. 1, Ch. 1, by Kumārila Bhaṭṭa.
    Edition: Musalgaonkar 1979.
    Translation: Jha 1924. (Scholar)
  • Tarka-śāstra: see Rú shí lùn.
  • Upāya-hṛdaya: see Fāng biàn xīn lùn.
  • Vāda-nyāya (Logic of debate) by Dharmakīrti.
    Edition: Much 1991, Shastri 1972
    English translation: Gokhale 1993
    German translation: Much 1991
  • Vāda-vidhi (Rules of debate) by Vasubandhu.
    Edition: Frauwallner 1957; Ono 2020.
    English translation: Anacker 1984 ch. 3. (Scholar)
  • Vaidalya-prakaraṇa (Tract on pulverization) by Nāgārjuna.
    Edition: Tibetan translation.
    English translation: Westerhof 2018.
  • Vaiśeṣika-sūtra (Aphorisms on individuation) by Kaṇāda.
    Edition: Jambuvijāyajī 1961.
    English translation: Sinha 1911.
    Reference: VS adhyāya.āhnika.sūtra (Scholar)
  • Vākyapadīya (On sentences and words) by Bhartṛhari.
    Edition: Rau 1977.
    English translation: Subramania Iyer, K. A. 1965, 1971, 1974, 1977.
    German translation: Rau 1988
    Reference: VP kāṇḍa.kārikā or kāṇḍa.samuddeśa.kārikā (Scholar)
  • Vigraha-vyāvartinī (Tract on pulverization) by Nāgārjuna.
    Edition: Bhattacharya 1978.
    English translation: Bhattacharya 1978; Westerhof 2010. (Scholar)

General Works

References

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  • Hattori, Masaaki (ed.) (trans.), 1968, Dignāga, On Perception: being the Pratyakṣapariccheda of Dignāga’s Pramāṇa-samuccaya from the Sanskrit fragments and the Tibetan Versions. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. (Scholar)
  • Hayes, Richard P., 1980, “Dignāga’s views on reasoning (svārthānumāna)”, Journal of Indian Philosophy, 8:219–277. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1988, Dignāga on the interpretation of signs. Dordrecht: Kluwer (Studies of Classical India: 9). (Scholar)
  • Hayes, Richard P. and Brendan S. Gillon (trs), 1991, “Introduction to Dharmakīrti’s theory of inference as presented in Pramāṇa-vārttaka Svopaj navṛtti 1-10”, Journal of Indian Philosophy, 19:1–73. (Scholar)
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  • Jambuvijāyajī (ed.), 1961, Vaiśeṣikasūtra of Kaṇāda, with the commentary of Candrānanda, Baroda, Oriental Institute (Gaekwad’s Oriental Series), 2nd, 1982. (Scholar)
  • Jha, Ganganatha (trans.), 1913, The Nyāya-sūtras of Gautāma, with the bhāṣya of Vātsyāyana and the Vārtika of Uddyotakara, translated into English, with notes from Vāchaspati Mishra’s Nyāya-vārtika-tātparyaṭīkā, Udayana’s Pariśuddhi and Raghūttama’s Bhāṣyacandra, Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass, 1984 (reprint). (Scholar)
  • ––– (trans.), 1916, Padārthadharmasaṃgraha of Praśastapāda, with the Nyāyakandalī of Śrīdhara, Vārāṇasī: Chaukhambha Orientalia, 1982 (reprint). (Scholar)
  • ––– (trans.), 1924, Ślokavārttika, translated from the original Sanskrit, with extracts from the commentaries Kāśikā of Sucaritamiśra and Nyāyaratnākara of Pārthasārathimiśra, Delhi, Sri Satguru Publications, 1983 (reprint). (Scholar)
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  • ––– (trans.), 1971, The Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari, chapter 3, part I: English translation, Pune, Deccan College (Deccan College Building Centenary and Silver Jubilee Series: v. 71). (Scholar)
  • ––– (trans.), 1974, Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari with the commentary of Helārāja, kāṇḍa III, part II; English translation with exegetical notes, Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass. (Scholar)
  • ––– (trans.), 1977, Vākyapadīya of Bhartṛhari, kāṇḍa II; English translation with exegetical notes, Delhi, Motilal Banarsidass. (Scholar)
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