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Study with text of Vyutpattivňada of Gadhňadharabha˛t˛tňacňarya, 17th/18th cent., work on verbal testimony (Ôsabdapramňa˛na), presenting semantic approaches to Sanskrit case and suffix; includes text with translation.
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Book Description Eastern Book Linkers. Condition: New. pp. 1625. Seller Inventory # 7714554
Book Description Eastern Book Linkers, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Navya-nyaya theory of verbal cognition, the Vyutpattivada; is the single most important treatise of Gadadhara Bhattacharya on Sabda, in general and on sentence meaning in particular. It is exclusively devoted to the establishment of Gadadhara`s original views on how verbal cognition or sentence-meaning is produced from sentence. While the Saktivada deals with the theories of individual word-meanings and the role of expressive power in the understanding of word-meanings, the Vyutpattivada deals with the sentence-meaning and the role of samsargamaryada in understanding sentence-meaning. Thus, when studied with the Saktivada, it gives a comprehensive account of the Navya-nyaya theory of word and sentence-meaning. The present edition of the Vyutpattivada, which is being published in two volumes, contains an introduction, original Sanskrit text, and English translation along with exhaustive explanatory notes. As Gadadhara has used sophisticated Navya-nyaya style in the composition of the Vyutpattivada, Dr. Bhatta`s introduction and explanatory notes will prove to be of immense value to the students and the scholars of Indian Philosophy and linguistics in the understanding of the Vyutpattivada. Printed Pages: 1625. Seller Inventory # 7879
Book Description Eastern Book Linkers, Delhi, 2001. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Vol. I: Part. I: Preface. 1. Sentence (Vakya). 2. Sentence- meaning (Vakyartha) or verbal cognition (Sabdabodha). 3. Verbal cognition of identity and that of non-identity. 4. Meaning of verbal roots and that of verbal endings. 5. Theory of Karaka. 6. Theory of nominal base-meaning. 7. The nominative and its meaning. 8. Numbers, their references and relations. 9. Theory of non-expression (Anabhidhana). 10. Indian analysis of objecthood (Karmatva). 11. Meanings of accusatives. 12. Designation of 'object' for secondary objects. 13. Causative usages. 14. Avoidance of incorrect accusative statements. 15. Explanation of accusatives in connection with roots referring to knowledge etc. Part. II: 1. The nominative meaning. 2. The accusative meaning. Bibliography. Vol. II: Part. I: Preface. 1. Meaning of the accusative in desiderative. 2. Denominative usages. 3. Types of objects (Karmavibhagah). 4. Upapada and Karmaprava-canlya accusatives. 5. Analysis of the agency (Kartrtva). 6. Analysis of instrumentality (Karanatvavicarah). 7. Meaning of saha in instrumental usages. 8. Theory of indirect objecthood (Sampradanatva). 9. Use of namas in dative constructions. 10. Analysis of Ablation (Apadanatva). 11. Meaning of ablative in 'vyaghrad bibheti' 12. Meaning of ablative in 'kupad andham varayati'. 13. Analysis of Sesa. 14. Analysis of Nirdharana in genitive and locative constructions. 15. Meaning of the locative and analysis of locushood. Part. II: 1. English translation with explanations :the analysis of accusative-meaning. 2. The instrumentalal-meaning. 3. The 1625 pp. Seller Inventory # 40257