Journal of Indian Philosophy

, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 303–366

Traditionalism and Innovation: Philosophy, Exegesis, and Intellectual History in Jñānaśrīmitra’s Apohaprakaraṇa

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Abbreviations

AP

Apohaprakaraṇa (Jñānaśrīmitra) in JNĀ.

BKNCT

Bulletin of Kochi National College of Technology

DhPr

Dharmottarapradīpa(Durvekamiśra) in Malvania (1971)

HB

Hetubindu (Dharmakīrti) in Steinkellner (1967)

HBṬ

Hetubinduṭīkā (Arcaṭa) in Sanghavi and Jinavijayji (1949)

HBṬĀ

Hetubinduṭīkāloka(Durvekamiśra) in Sanghavi (and Jinavijayji) (1949)

ĪPPV

Īśvarapratyabhijñāvivṛtivimarśini (Abhinavagupta) in Shastri (1938–1943).

JNĀ

Jñānaśrīmitranibandhāvali (Jñānaśrīmitra) in Thakur (1987).

LPrP

Laghuprāmāṇyaparīkṣā (Dharmottara) in Krasser (1991).

N1

Apohasiddhi (Ratnakīrti), Manuscript # 5–256 from the National Archives of Nepal

N2

Apohasiddhi (Ratnakīrti), Manuscript # 3–696 from the National Archives of Nepal

N3

Apohasiddhi (Ratnakīrti), Manuscript # 764d (running number) from the National Archives of Nepal

NBṬ

Nyāyabinduṭīkā (Dharmottara) in DhPr.

NBṬṬ

Nyāyabinduṭīkāṭippaṇa in Shastri (1984).

NBṬ (Vi)

Nyāyabinduṭīkā (Vinītadeva) in Shastri (1984).

NBhū

Nyāyabhūṣaṇa (Bhāsarvajña) in Yogindrananda (1968)

NKaṇ

Nyāyakaṇikā (Vācaspatimiśra) in Stern (1988). NKaṇ (1907) Nyāyakaikā;, in Śāstrī (1907)

NSū

Nyāyasūtra (Gautama) in Thakur (1997)

NVTṬ

Nyāyavārttikatātparyaṭīkā (Vācaspatimiśra) in Thakur (1996)

PV 1

Pramāavārttika, Svārthānumāna (Dharmakīrti) in Gnoli (1960)

PV 2

Pramāavārttika, Prāmāṇ asiddhi (Dharmakīrti) in Miyaksaka (1971/2)

PV 3

Pramāavārttika, Pratyakṣa (Dharmakīrti) in Miyasaka (1971/2), Tosaki (1995)

PV 4

Pramāavārttika, Parārthānumāna (Dharmakīrti) in Miyasaka (1971/2), Tillemans (2004)

PVA

Pramāavārttikālakāra (Prajñākaragupta) in Sāṃkrtyāyana (1953)

PVin 1

Pramāaviniścaya 1 (Dharmakīrti) in Vetter (1966)

PVin 2

Pramāaviniścaya 2 (Dharmakīrti) in Steinkellner (1973)

PVinṬ

Pramāaviniścayaīkā (Dharmottara) in Steinkellner and Krasser (1989)

PVV

Pramāavārttikavtti(Manorathanandin) in Sāṃkrtyāyana (1938–1940)

PVSV

Pramāavārttikasvavtti (Dharmakīrti) in Gnoli (1960).

SSS

Sākārasiddhiśāstra (Jñānaśrīmitra) in JNĀ

SVR

Syādvādaratnākara (Vādidevasūri) in Motilal (1926–1930).

VC

Vyāpticarcā (Jñānaśrīmitra) in JNĀ

WSTB

Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde

WZKS

Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Südasiens.

WZKSO

Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde Süd- und Ostasiens.

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