35. Ujjwala Jha and V.N. Jha on Nyāya

Posted on 5 February 2017

The First Family of Indian Epistemology joins us to discuss the theories and later influence of the Nyāya school.

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Further Reading

• U. Jha, Some Issues in Nyaya, Mimamsa and Dharmasastra (New Delhi: 1996).

• U. Jha, A Primer of Navya-Nyaya Language and Methodology (Kolkata: 2004).

• U. Jha et al. (eds), Nyaya Vasistha: Felictation Volume of Prof. V.N. Jha (Kolkata: 2006).

• V.N. Jha (ed.), Relations in Indian Philosophy (New Delhi: 1992).

• V.N. Jha (ed.), Jaina Logic and Epistemology (New Delhi:1997).

• V.N. Jha (ed.), Language, Grammar and Linguistics in Indian Tradition (Delhi: 2010).

Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit at the University of Pune

Comments

Sid 24 December 2020

when are you going to move ahead of 6th century , i recently learned about the philosophical debates after 10th century and the development of Nyaya-Nyaya(Neo-Nyaya) School of Logic and it's advancements in the field of set theory and infinite regress, they also were able to refute the "Gettier" Problems given to them by Srihasa . the Neo-Nyaya also broke into two schools one of which is still active inside Varanasi Sanskrit UNIVERSITY.

Yes I definitely hope to pick up the story of India and carry on until even the 20th century. But I'm afraid that will be a while, at the very least we need to finish Africana and then I will be doing classical China with Karyn Lai. So, at the earliest after that, hence we are talking about at least 4-5 years from now!

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