# Category:Buddhist Logic

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## Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

## Pages in category "Buddhist Logic"

The following 68 pages are in this category, out of 269 total.

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- Tetralemma
- Tetralemma (Quadrilemma)
- Tetralemma (Strukturaufstellung)
- Tetralemma - Wikipedia
- Tetralemma - Тетралемма
- Tetralemma: A 3,000-Year-Old Method for 21st Century Decisions
- The 5 Great Madhyamaka Lines of Reasoning for Emptiness
- The Art of Debate in Kathavatthu
- The Buddhist Catuṣkoṭi
- The Buddhist logic is multivalent
- The Buddhist School
- The Buddhist Understanding of Negative Judgment
- The Catuṣkoṭi or Tetralemma
- The Classical Nyaya School
- The Definition of Nigrahasthāna
- The Development of Indian Logic
- The Epistemological Outlook in Early Buddhism
- The Fifth Corner of Four: An Essay on Buddhist Metaphysics and the Catuṣkoṭi
- The form of the argument
- The Fourfold Negation & the Perfection of Wisdom
- The History of Logic
- The Later Buddhist Logic on Causation (Pratityasamutpada)
- The Law of Contradiction, Otherness, Excluded Middle – A Buddhist Perspective.
- The Logic for Refuting the False “Me”
- The logic of Buddha: a formal approach
- The logic of the Catuskoti
- The Logic of “Mutual Transmission” in Huayan and Zen Buddhist Philosophy – Toward the Logic of Co-existence in a Globalized World
- The Madhyamika disproves the opponent’s thesis, and does not prove any thesis of his own
- The Meaning of the Term Nyaya
- The Method of Paraphrase
- The Multiple-Valued Logic
- The Nature of Questions in Buddhism
- THE NOUMENAL, THE PHENOMENAL, AND THE IN-BETWEEN
- The Nyāya and the Buddhist Logic on Perception: Revisiting the Controversy
- The Place of Logic in the Project of Modernity
- The Principle of Conceptual Subjects
- The Principle of Four-Cornered Negation in Indian Philosophy
- The Principle of Propositional Attitude
- The Problem of Major Premise in Buddhist Logic By TANG Mingjun
- The purpose of argumentation
- The Rediscovery of Logic in Modern China
- The Resurgence of Buddhist Logic in Modern China
- The Role of Tarka in Early Buddhism
- The scope of Phya pa’s presentation
- The Second Chapter of the Pramanavarttika
- The second interpretation of asadhanagavacana is explained as follows
- THE TETRALEMMA
- The Tetralemma - Buddhist logic.
- The Theory of Nigrahasthāna in the Vādanyāya
- The Tibetan Buddhist Syllogistic Form
- The Treatment of Difference: John B. Cobb & the Logic of soku-hi
- The Use of Dilemma in MilindaPanha
- The Use of Symbols in Mathematics and Logic
- The Use of ‘Upama' in Canon
- Three modes
- TRIANGULATING DIFFERENCE

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- What is ''Conceptual Construction?'' - Judgment and Reality (Dignāga's Nyāyamukha)
- What is modern logic?
- What is the "logic" in Buddhist logic? By R. Lance Factor
- What is the ''logic'' in Buddhist logic?
- What is the origin and meaning of the term tetralemma?
- What is Truth, What is Reality? - The Logicians' Views