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Thirteen. 10, = k§alJ. a, cpo p. 12. 18, = arthakriya-kiiri, cpo p. 18. 15, = vidhi; cpo Tu tp. , 430. hello p. - bahyasya = 8valak~a­ f!. asya = fJidhi-riipasya = paramiirtha-sata~! , and Tarkabha~a, p. 31 (Bombay ed. ) the place samanya is cbaracterized as prama1}Q-nirasta-vidhi-bhavII. four abhava-'l:yavaMira. This aspect is insisted upon simply because negation is usually interpreted because the cognition of a point-instant of effective fact (mst! t), cpo textual content p. 2S. 22-artha-jiiiina et·a .... ghafasya. abhat'a tlcyate. it's the results of tbe first formulation of negation, whereas abhava is deduced within the rcmaning ten formulae, cpo infra, textual content p. 29. 22-24 and 38. 4-5. Acarya SUkyabuddhi items to this sUtra. within the inference «the be aware isn't everlasting, since it has an beginning» the reason being confident, the realization destructive, and within the inference «there is fireplace removal chilly at the mountain, simply because we see smoke ", the belief is optimistic, if the presence of fireside be the most factor, it's adverse, if the absence of chilly is meant because the major factor, cpo Rgy,t! -thsab, Rigs-thigs-J;tgrel, f. 26 (Lhasa ed). INFERENCE sixty nine throughout the distinction within the issues they assist to establish). the reason being subordinate to the deduced predicate. Its target is to say the lifestyles of the predicate. The predicate constitutes the most (independent) half. consequently the explanation that is subordinate to the predicate is divided into forms no longer on its own, yet based on a department of the most half, the predicate. (24. 19). The predicate is typically confident, occasionally unfavourable. due to the fact confirmation and negation signify attitudes together exclusive,l the explanations for them either needs to be various. (24. 20). confirmation 2 back, (i. e. , the truth that is asserted, can in basic terms be) both various from the very fact from which it truly is deduced or exact S with it. distinction and non-difference being at the same time antagonistic by way of the legislation of contradiction, their justifications also needs to range. (25. 1). as a result, there's altogether no inherent distinction within the purposes qua reasons,4 but if the deductions five (that persist with) are specific of each other, their purposes turn into various (indirectly). (25. 3). Why back is it that those 3 (relations) characterize logical purposes? Why are there no different (relations) representing legitimate purposes? 6 In his resolution (the writer) exhibits either why the 3 pointed out kinds are on my own legitimate purposes, and why the others aren't. 20. B e c a use zero internet eleven i n g can con v e y the (e xis ten c e () f) a no longer her zero new rooster i tis e xis ten t i best friend d e p e n{lent (on the latter). (25. 6). Existentially based ability established in its personal life. Existential (and valuable) dependence skill based life. 7 while the reason for anything is to be deduced (synthetically), Or a vital caliber eight is to be deduced (analytically), the influence is in its life established upon its reason, (and the analytically deduced) truth is via its €ssence established upon the very fact from which it really is detluced. (25. 8). either 1 paraspara-parihara is the second one mode of the legislation of contradiction, cpo under, siUra III.

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