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Tr. ). But if such an inference is legitimate in the case of Manu, how could the Buddhists be prevented from resorting to it for the sake of their unorthodox scriptures? "If it be assumed that they have a basis in the portions of the Veda that have been lost, then the authority of the smrtis of the Bauddhas could be also established by means of a similar assumption. " (Tr. ). " (Tr. JHA 113; the text in MK 7, 4436a, 30-33). ; HALBFASS 1983: 94. 30 Jean-Marie Verpoorten • Mimamsa Literature § 38.
Ch. 10 (Mlmdmsdjlvaraksd) against the Buddhist theory of the momentariness of the universe. Ch. 11. (Vakyarthamatrka in two parts) is an account of the anvitdrthdbhidhdna versus the abhihitdnvaya (§§ 35B and 45),216 with further views about niyoga (§ 44) and apurva. Ch. 12 (Visayakaraniya) establishes the verb-sense as the subject and the cause of niyoga. Ch. 13 and 14 are devoted to ritualistic issues. In the Ahgapdrdyana, SN points out two new ways of knowing the sacrificial auxiliaries (ahga), viz.
SCHMITHAUSEN 1965: 202; POTTER 19773: 210ff. ^ HIRIYANNA 19687: 315 ff. 127 MATILAL 1971: 78ff. It is to be noted that the objects of perception must be present, BHATT 1962: 159. On the pratyaksasutra as a whole, see DIXIT 1983: 49-58; see addendum, p. 61. 128 BHATT 1962: 189-190. Such is the opinion of Dignaga, Dharmakirti and others, who explain perception to be only in touch with the pure individual (svalaksana). " 26 Jean-Marie Verpoorten • MImamsa Literature and to that of the liberated souls .
A History of Indian Literature, Volume VI: Scientific and Technical Literature, Part 3, Fasc. 5: Mīmāṃsā Literature by Jean-Marie Verpoorten; Jan Gonda (Editor)