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Related Publications by Project Participants

Alessandro Graheli

  • “A Preliminary List and Description of the Nyāyamañjarī Manuscripts,” Journal of Indian Philosophy, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp. 317-337. (Springer – open access)
  • “Epistemology of Textual Re-use in the Nyāyamañjarī,” Journal of Indian Philosophy, published online: 25 September 2014. (Springer – open access)

Sung Yong Kang

  • “Some Points of Defeat in Early Indian Logical Traditions Considered in the Context of Public Debate as a Game with the Time Factor,” Proceedings of the 2nd Tokyo Conference on Argumentation, August 3rd – 5th 2004, ed. by T. Suzuki, Y. Yano and T. Kato, Tokyo, pp. 99-104. (PDF)
  • Pañcāvayava: Die fünfgliedrige Argumentationsform in den frühen Debattentraditionen Indiens mit Besonderer Berücksichtigung der Carakasaṃhitā Vi. 8.30-36 (Studies on Pañcāvayava, the Five-Membered Form of Argumentation in ancient India). Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag, 2007. ISBN 978-3-86727-264-3. (Cuvillier)

Yasutaka Muroya

  • “Bhāsarvajña’s Interpretation of bhāva eva nāśaḥ and a Related Chronological Problem,” Proceedings for the 4th International Dharmakīrti Conference (August 23–27, 2005), ed. by E. Franco, B. Kellner and H. Krasser, pp. 329-349. (accepted for publication)
  • “Nyāyamañjarī shahon no rangai-chū ni tsuite” (Marginal Notes in the Manuscripts of the Nyāyamañjarī), Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 58.1 (2009), pp. 338-335. (PDF)
  • “A Study on the Marginalia in Some Nyāyamañjarī Manuscripts: The Reconstruction of a Lost Portion of the Nyāyamañjarīgranthibhaṅga,” Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens 52-53 (2009-2010) (Text Genealogy, Textual Criticism and Editorial Technique, ed. Jürgen Hanneder and Philipp A. Maas), pp. 213–268. (PDF – pre-print version) (WZKS)
  • “Niyāya-sūtora-tātoparuya-dīpikā’ ni tsuite (On the Nyāyasūtratātparyadīpikā),” Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 62.1 (2013), pp. 288-282 (241)-(247). (English abstract) (PDF)

Karin Preisendanz

  • “The Production of Philosophical Literature in South Asia During The Pre-Colonial Period (15th to 18th Centuries): The Case of the Nyāyasūtra Commentarial Tradition,” Journal of Indian Philosophy Volume 33, Issue 1 (2005), pp. 55-94. (Springer)
  • “The Role of Reasoning in Dharmaśāstra, ‘Logic’ and the Emergence of the Term nyāya,” Brendan S. Gillon (ed.), Logic in Earliest Classical India, Papers of the 12th World Sanskrit Conference Held in Helsinki, Finland, 13-18 July 2003, 10.2, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass 2010, pp. 27-66. (PDF)