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Sabdabodhamimamsa: an inquiry into Indian theories of verbal cognition, Part II Case terminations and their significance, by N.S. Ramanuja Tatacharya



 

ISBN: 9788184701425

Institut Francais de Pondicherry, Pondicherry

Pub. Year: 2006

Pages, ills, maps etc.,
xii,940p., ind., 25cm.

RS. 400.00 Hardcover

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Series: Collection Indologie; 100.2
Under the project entitled An Inquiry into Indian Theories of Verbal Cognition consisting of four volumes, the present one is the second in the series. It deals with the significance of the nominal case terminations. In this volume, Prof. Ramanuja Tatacharya offers a profound and well-organized account of the views of the Naiyayikas, Vaiyakaranas and the Mimamsakas in regard to this subject. Clearness of thought, soundness of reasoning, and freedom from bias underlie the presentation of the view points of the authors of these schools of thought.
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Linguistics: Sanskrit
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