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Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit Literature
By: Sukumari Bhattacharji
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The urge to study Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit literature came to me when I tried to judge how far the theory of the Dark Age in Sanskrit literature was tenable. Sifting the material I was confirmed in the view that here was an invaluable source of information for a clearer and deeper understanding of the epics and Puranas as well as a considerable portion of later Sanskrit literature.
Basic Buddhist Terminology
Basic Buddhist Terminology ( Nan Don Rig Pai Rtsa Bai Min Tshig ); Tibetan-Sanskrit-Hindi-English
By: Dr. Sanjib Kumar Das
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Published by Kagyud Relief & Protection Committee, 2014. Hardcover, 767 pages
Cross-Cultural Transmission of Buddhist Texts
Cross-Cultural Transmission of Buddhist Texts: Theories and Practices of Translation
By: Dorji Wangchuk ( Editor)
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Tibetan-Chinese-English New Terminologies Dictionary
Tibetan-Chinese-English New Terminologies Dictionary
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Dictionary of modern terminologies translated in Tibetan, Chinese, and English.
Reading Buddhist Sanskrit Texts
Reading Buddhist Sanskrit Texts: An Elementary Grammatical Guide
By: Bhikku KL Dhammajoti
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This third edition continues to provide students with an elementary manual totally based on Buddhist Sanskrit texts.
Dignaga's Philosophy of Language
Dignaga's Philosophy of Language: Pramanasamuccayavrtti on Anyapoha. Part I and Part II
By: Ole Holten Pind
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The Buddhist philosopher Dignaga (around 500 CE) centers his philosophy of language on the theorem of verbal meaning as "exclusion of other referents" (anyapoha). This is the topic of the fifth chapter in his summarizing last work, the Pramanasamuccayavrtti. Since a word tells its hearer something about the object to which it refers in the same way that a logical reason tells its observer something about the object of which it is a property, Dignaga's apoha thesis is a crucial complement to his theory of inference.