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Knowledge in Indian Philosophy; Mind and Mental States in Buddhist Philosophy; Negation in Indian Philosophy; Truth and Falsity in Indian Philosophy; Universal Properties in Indian Philosophical Traditions.

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Annambhaṭṭa. Tarkasaṁgraha-dīpikā on Tarkasaṁgraha by Annaṁbhaṭṭa. Translated by Gopinath Bhattacharya. Calcutta, India: Progressive, 1976. Originally published under the title Tarka-saṁgraha.

Bochenski, I. M. Formale Logik. Freiburg, Germany: Karl Alber, 1956. Translated and edited by Ivo Thomas as A History of Formal Logic. 2nd ed. New York: Chelsea House, 1970.

Ganeri, Jonardon, ed. Indian Logic: A Reader. Richmond, U.K.: Curzon, 2001.

Gillon, Brendan S. "Dharmakiirti and His Theory of Inference." In Buddhist Logic and Epistemology: Studies in the Buddhist Analysis of Inference and Language, edited by Bimal K...

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