Misel in neizrekljivo v budistični logično-epistemološki šoli: Nov pogled na teorijo dveh resnic pri Dignāgi in Dharmakīrtiju

Authors

  • Sebastjan VÖRÖS Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2012.-16.3.77-100

Keywords:

Buddhism, Buddhist philosophy, logics, epistemology, liberation, meditative techniques

Abstract

Studies in Indian Buddhist philosophy have been influenced by two different schools of thought: the first sees the development of Buddhist philosophy as a dialectical process, while the second one sees it as a continuous process. Here, we use the conceptual framework of the latter to illuminate certain philosophical themes present in the Buddhist epistemological school, especially the so-called theory of two truths. Our main goal is to show that the epistemological system of Dignāga in Dharmakīrti was strongly influenced by previous philosophical trends, and that, in order to understand it correctly, we must place it in the broader context of Buddhist theory and practice with its emphasis on the attainment of nirvāṇa. Thus, not only are there no inconsistencies between epistemological and spiritual elements in Indian Buddhism, they are, in fact, inextricably interconnected.

 

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Author Biography

  • Sebastjan VÖRÖS, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
    Junior Researcher, Department of Philosophy

Published

1. 12. 2012

How to Cite

VÖRÖS, Sebastjan. 2012. “Misel in Neizrekljivo V budistični logično-epistemološki šoli: Nov Pogled Na Teorijo Dveh Resnic Pri Dignāgi in Dharmakīrtiju”. Asian Studies -16 (3): 77-100. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2012.-16.3.77-100.

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