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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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Mccrea, L.J., Patil, P.G. Traditionalism and Innovation: Philosophy, Exegesis, and Intellectual History in Jñānaśrīmitra’s Apohaprakaraṇa . J Indian Philos 34, 303–366 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10781-005-5739-4

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