According to one of the most fundamental tenets in Indian Buddhist epistemology, there are only two means of knowledge - perception and inference - because there are only two objects of knowledge: the particular and the universal. This book deals with this tenet as it was expounded and substantiated in Dharmakirti's (7th c.) magnum opus, the Pramanavarttika, a work that has exerted lasting influence on Buddhist philosophy in India and Tibet up to the present day. (Series: Leipziger Studien zu Kultur und Geschichte Sud- und Zentralasiens - Vol. 5)
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Number of pages: 192
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 235 x 147 x 15 mm
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