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2 vdda. 3 chdla. 4 vitanda. 5 jati. 6 hetr-abhasa. 7 nigraha-sthana. 8 On the pre-history of the Nyaya system cp. H. Jacobi, Zur Friihgeschichte der ind. Phil. (Preuss. , 1911) and S. C. Vidyabhu§ana, History of Indian Logic, pp. 1—50. On the probable ilate of the Nyaya-sutras of Gotama-Aksapada cp. H. Jacobi JAOS, 1911, p. 29, H. Hi, The Vaisesika Philosophy, p. 16 (HAS), L. Suali, Filosofia Indiana, p. 14, W. Ruben, Die Nyaya-sutras, p. XII, S. N. Dasgupta, History, v. I, p. 277 ff. and my Erkenntnisstheorie u.

5 ff. vart. p. , p. 99, Parisuddhi, p. 640—650.. Prof. B. ), INTRODUCTION 31 and criticized as such. 1 The three aspects of the logical reason, this Buddhist method of formulating invariable concomitance, appears already in the treatise of Vasubandhu. The classification of reasons and fallacies is different from the one accepted in the Nyaya school and agrees in priciple with the one introduced by Dignaga and developed by Dharmakirti. If we add that the definition of sense-perception as pure sensation which is so characteristic a feature of Dignaga's system is already found in a work of A s a n g a,2 we cannot escape the conclusion that the great logical reform of Dignaga and Dharmakirti was prepared by an adaptatory work of the realistic and formal Nyaya logic to the requirements of an idealistic system, this adaptatory work being begun in the schools of Asanga and Vasubandhu, perhaps even much earlier.

1 The fundamental treatise of the Nyaya school, the aphorisms composed by Go tarn a, contains, loosely mixed up together, rules of conducting disputations and a manual of logic. Its logical part, the part devoted to inference and syllogism, is comparatively insignificant. The system of realistic ontology was contained in the aphorisms of the sister school of the Vaisesikas. The major part of the first treatise is occupied by describing the different methods of carrying on a public debate. 7 It is only in the reformed new brahmanical logic, the logic which emerged from the struggle with Buddhism, that this part is dropped altogether and the theory of syllogism begins to play the central part.

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