A �sabda reader : language in classical Indian thought

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Notes

  • Description based on print version record.
  • Includes bibliographical references (347-353) and index.
  • Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.

Contents

  • Part I. Introduction: General observations about philosophy in India -- The Brahmanical background -- Buddhist thought : source of inspiration -- The grammarian Pata�njali -- The special place of Sanskrit and the Veda -- Self-contradictory sentences -- Do words affect cognition? -- Words and sentences -- Other denotative functions of the word -- Part II. Reader -- The Brahmanical background -- Buddhist thought : source of inspiration -- The grammarian Pata�njali -- The special place of Sanskrit and the Veda -- Self-contradictory sentences -- Do words affect cognition? -- Words and sentences -- Other denotative functions of the word : Mukulabha�t�ta