Twentieth Century Pandits of Kolkata/ Ācārya Maṇḍan Miśra/ The Vidhi Viveka (Volume-1)/ Sanskrit College/ Publishing Year- 1982/ Number of Pages: 305/ Calcutta Sanskrit College Research Series No. XCIII
The Vidhi Viveka (Volume-1) বিধিবিবেক (১ম ভাগ)
Since Mīmāṃsā philosophy is known as the study of Vedic sentences, and since knowledge of vidhi sentences are required to perform the Vedic rituals resulting in the production of dharma, analysis and classification of vidhi sentence forms an important part of Mīmāṃsā philosophy. The present book, authored by Srimohan Bhattacharya, offers an explanation of the views of Maṇḍan Miśra as one finds in his Vidhi-Viveka with regard to the nature and varieties of vidhi sentence. The author also alludes to the Nyāya-Kanikā commentary written by Vācaspati Miśra on Vidhi-Viveka. In the course of the discussion, the author presents Maṇḍana Miśra’s refutation of the doctrine of momentariness and his rejection of the idea of omniscience targeting Buddhism, Yoga and Nyāya.
Twentieth Century Panditas of Kolkata
Miśra, Vācaṣpati $e Comm., Bhattacharya, Srimohan $e Trans. $e Editor
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Calcutta Sanskrit College Research Series No. XCIII
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