Stcherbatsky] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Buddhist logic reveals itself as the culminating point of a long course of Indian philosophic . STCHERBATSKY The place of Buddhist Logic in the history of Indian philo- sophy. 15 § Post-Buddhist Logic and the struggle between Realism and . Under Buddhist Logic we understand a system of logic and epistemology created in India in the VI–VIIth century A. D. by two great lustres of Buddhist science.

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Rod marked it as to-read Jul 10, Uchebnik logiki Darmakirti s tolkovaniem na nego Darmottary Note: It is the last of a series of three works destined to elucidate what is perhaps the most powerful movement of ideas in the history of Asia, a movement which, originating in the 6th century BC in the valley of Hindustan, gradually extended its sway over almost the whole of the continent of Asia, as well as over the islands of Japan and of the Indian archipelago.

Refresh and try again. Llgic 1 of 2. Stcherbatskywas a Russian Indologist who, in large part, stchebatsky responsible for laying the foundations in stchrrbatsky Western world for the scholarly study of Buddhism and Buddhist philosophy.

This quote appears to be from the “Introduction” Chattopadhyaya wrote to Papers of Th. Retrieved 31 March It deals with an extremely complicated subjects of buddhist logic and it’s philosophy in general.


Return to Book Page. Although Stcherbatsky remained huddhist well known in his own country, his extraordinary fluency in Sanskrit and Tibetan languages won him the admiration of Jawaharlal Nehru and Rabindranath Tagore. But, concerning the subject it struggles with, I believe the matter was presented in the best possible way, in order to stay extremely detailed but on point.

Retrieved from ” https: Buddhist Logic, Vol 1 by Theodore Stcherbatsky. Nov 24, Serdar rated it liked logjc.

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Don’t get fooled, this is an extremely demanding read, and you probably want nothing to do with it if you don’t already have an above average knowledge on Eastern and Western philosophy.

Rob marked it as to-read Dec 25, Vittal marked it as to-read Dec 20, He followed suit with his main work in English, Buddhist Logic 2 vols. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Scherbatsky account. This work claims the consideration of the historian of the culture of Asia, of the Sanskrit philologist and of the general philosopher.


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Books by Theodore Stcherbatsky. Stcherbatsky studied in the famous Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum graduating inand later in the Historico-Philological Faculty of Saint Petersburg University graduating inwhere Ivan Minayeff and Serge Oldenburg were his teachers. In he established the Institute of Buddhist Culture in Leningrad.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. As if that wasn’t a subject broad, vast and hard enough, the author comparatively describes all the most important philosophical systems of Indian classic period, and goes in depth to describe and compare their relations to one another and to buddhist philosophy. Be the first to ask a question about Buddhist Logic, Vol 1.