Item Code: IDF918
Chaukhambha Sanskrit Pratishthan
Language: English Translation
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The Tarakabhasa of Kesava Misra is an elementary treatise on the Nyaya System. It explains, in brief the main tenets peculiar to that system, alongwith certain other details that system subsequently borrowed from the sister system of the Vaisesikas. The work has been chosen for translation because of its freedom from the intricate polemics that make many Nyaya works repellent to the ordinary students. This translation will serve as an introduction to the study of the more abstruse words that are being translated:-viz, the Bhasys of Vatsyayana and the Vartika of Udyotakara-which constitute the chief and original authority for the Nyaya.
The writer of this work is believed to have lived between 1344 abd 14919A. C. in Mithila (North Bihar).
The text used is the reprint from the Pandit, Published by the Medical Hall Press. Benares.
|Section 1||Instruments of Right cognition||2-52|
|Definition of Instruments of Right Cognition||2|
|Definition of right Cognition||3|
|Definition of Instruments||3|
|Definition of cause||3|
|Different Kinds of Cause||3-123|
|Sense-Perception: the first Instrument of Right Cognition||12-19|
|Inference: The second Instrument of Right Cognition||19-36|
|Analogy: the third Instrument of Right Cognition||36-37|
|Word: the fourth Instrument of Right Cognition||37-41|
|Presumption included in Inference||41-42|
|Negation included in Perception||42-47|
|Validity not inherent in Cognitions||47-52|
|Section 2||Objects of Cognition||52-84|
|Objects; Substances and Cognition||57-58|
|Substances: earth and Cognition||58-60|
|Process of Production and Destruction of Composite substances||60-67|
|Section 5||Corroborative Instance||86|
|Section 6||Demonstrated Truth||86|
|Section 7||Factors of Syllogistic Reasoning||87-88|
|Section 8||Hypothetical Reasoning||88-89|
|Section 9||Definitive Cognition||89|
|Section 13||Eallacious Reason||90-102|
|Section 15||Futile Rejoinder||103-104|