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Plato’s Indian Barbers

  • A. Chakrabarti
Part of the Synthese Library book series (SYLI, volume 178)

Abstract

From the numerous contexts in which the status of empty terms has been discussed and debated upon in different periods and in works of different schools of Indian Philosophy, I have chosen only two for detailed discussion, the Nyāya and the Grammarians’.

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Intentional Object Indian Philosophy Semantic Rule External Reality Childless Woman 
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