Sign In
   
  Forgot your username ? Click here !
--------------------OR--------------------

Please submit the details below to send us your details to help us track your username.



CAPTCHA Image
[Different Image]

Exotic India takes your privacy very seriously. The information you provide above will not be shared with anybody.
By subscribing, you will receive our email newsletters and product updates, no more than twice a month. All emails will be sent by Exotic India using the email address info@exoticindia.com.

Please read our Privacy Policy for details.
|6

Displaying 2825 of 2971      Previous | Next

The Philosophy of a Sentence and it's parts

The Philosophy of a Sentence and it's parts

Specifications

Item Code: ISL72

by Veluri Subba Rao

Hardcover (Edition: 1969)

Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN 8121504082

Language: English
Size: 9.0" x 5.8"
Pages: 276
Price: $22.50   Shipping Free
Viewed times since 2nd Oct, 2008

Description

About the Book:

The Philosophy of a Sentence and its Parts, is a research work of immense value on a semantic theme designed to serve as a compendium of all matters regarding the meaning of a sentence, its parts and their syntactical connection. The importance of the study of a sentence and its meaning in the domain of knowledge need not be over-emphasized. For the first time in research, material has been collected from first hand authentic Sanskrit sources of the schools of thought of the Grammarian (Vaiyakarana), the Logician (Tarkika) and the exegetist (Mimamsaka) and arranged and criticized by the author in detail with important polemical issues raised.

In book I, of this work, the controversy on verbal import (Sabdabodha) among these schools has been set forth in great detail (with diagrammatical sketches) and the author has attempted a novel solution for this basing his findings on the actual nature of the controversy. Incidentally the Vakyavadin-Padavadin controversy, the reality or otherwise of words, the Sphota theory, the Anvitabhidhana and Abhihitanvaya points of view as also the theories of sentence-meaning-Intuition (Pratibha), Syntax (Samsarga) and the syntactically connected (Samsrsta)-all these have been dealt with along with a critical estimate of their defects and merits. Not only the meaning of a sentence in general but the (import of different typical sentences has been explained in relevant places according to the different schools.

In Book II, of this work, the meaning of the parts of a sentence viz. the verbal root (Dhatvartha), the verbal affix (lakarartha), the nominal stem (Pratipadikartha) and the case affix (Subartha) have been discussed with their disputational details according to the three schools of thought.

The meaning of complex formations (Vrttivicara), the expressional potentiality of the Sanskrit language, its limitations and the order of words in a Sanskrit sentence have been tried.

To facilitate a clear understanding of and an easy reference to the work, a glossary of technical terms and a concordance have been given as an appendage.

About the Author:

Dr. Veluri Subba Rao, born in 1918 at Bhimavaram in Andhra Pradesh is at present Professor of Sanskrit in the Andhra University, Waltair. Since his child-hood he has been an ardent student of Sanskrit and has distinguished him self as a Scholar in Sanskrit taking his M.A. and Ph.D. Degrees from the Nagpur University. He is the first of the Sanskritists to attempt a thorough study of the meaning of a sentence and has rendered immense service not only to Sanskrit but in a sense to the gamut of Languages. His studies embrace various fields of Knowledge - Poetry, Logic, Grammar and Philosophy - especially Epistemology. The Indian Theories of Knowledge is his another book awaiting publication.

CONTENTS

Forewordix
Prefacexi
Book I

MEANING OF THE SENTENCE

I. Theories of Verbal Import1
II. Theories of Verbal Import (Contd.)62
Book II

MEANING OF THE PARTS OF A SENTENCE

The (Verbal) Root and its Meaning105
The Meaning of the Verbal Affix128
The Nominal Base and its Meaning157
Meanings of Case-affixes179
Parts of Speech219
Complex Formations and Their Meanings242
APPENDIX
I. A Glossary of Sanskrit Terms253
II. Concordance
  1. Nyayas
  2. Words
255
III. Diagrammatical representation of the Theory of Sabdabodha according to Different Schools
  1. The Vaiyakarana Theory of Sabdabodha
  2. The Logician's (Tarkika) Theory of Sabdabodha
  3. The Mimamsaka Thoery of Sabdabodha
260
IV. Alphabetical Index of the Works referred to266

Displaying 2825 of 2971      Previous | Next

Customer Comments

Post a Comment
 
 

Post Review
My Gallery
You can keep adding items you like to this gallery as a Wish List. If you Sign In we will remember your Gallery for your future reuse.
Delete | Add to Cart
Sign In | Register to save to My Gallery
Related Links
Related Items
TRUSTe online privacy certification
We accept PayPal  VISA  MasterCard  Discover  American Express
Site Powered by www.unlimitedfx.com