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  Dharmakirti - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dharmakirti (circa 7th century), was an Indian scholar and one of the Buddhist founders of Indian philosophical logic.
Born around the turn of the 7th century, Dharmakirti was a South Indian Brahman and became a teacher at the famed Nalanda University, as well as a poet.
Dharmakirti presents most of his ideas in the guise of commentary on Dignaga's works, even if his theories go beyond what was presented by his predecessor.
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 Alibris: Dharmakirti
Dharmakirti is a central figure in the history of Buddhist philosophy.
Despite not being organized along the lines of formal logic, Dharmakirti's inference emerges as a theory of deductive inference with an economy of formulation.
Study of Rupavatara of Dharmakirti, 10th cent., work on Sanskrit language grammar, based on Panini's Astadhyayi.
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 Dharmakirti Summary
Includes an introductory study of Dharmakīrti's presentation of the essence of Buddhist interpretation of reality and religiouspractice, providing the motifs, conditions, and purpose of epistemological theory.
In his "Seven Treatises," Dharmakirti outlined a precise form of syllogism that, like its Western counterpart, consisted of three parts; however, the purpose of those three parts—and indeed the methodology governing their use—was radically different.
Dharmakirti's logic had an enormous impact on thought in Buddhist countries, and though the influence of Buddhism waned in his native India, eventually his principles became an established if seldom acknowledged part of Hindu logic as well.
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 About Dharmakirti College Research Institute
This might be a way to preserve the original content of teaching and make it more suitable for Western practitioners at the same time.
Dharmakirti College Research Institute wants to contribute to these efforts on both sides: by conducting research on different aspect of meditation and by providing Buddhist practitioners with information that will make the teachings more accessible.
Conducting rigorous and systematic research into changes in cognitive abilities such as attention or emotion as a result of meditation training;
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 Dharmakirti College, Tibetan Buddhism Tucson Arizona, Drikung Kagyu, Tibetan Buddhist Meditaton Arizona, Buddhist ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Dharmakirti College, Tibetan Buddhism Tucson Arizona, Drikung Kagyu, Tibetan Buddhist Meditaton Arizona, Buddhist Teachings
Dharmakirti College study of Drikung Kagyu in Tibetan Buddhism of Tibetan Buddhist Study training qualified Tibetan Teachers.
Dharmakirti offers online courses and institutes focusing on various areas of study.
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