Buddhist Logic by TH. Stcherbatsky

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Buddhist good judgment finds itself because the culminating element of a protracted process Indian philosophic background. those volumes think again the topic of Buddhist good judgment in its ancient connections. the 1st quantity includes a old caricature in addition to a synthetical reconstruction of the total edifice of the ultimate form of Buddhist philosophy. the second one quantity includes the fabric in addition to the justification for this reconstructions.

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