<p>Abstract:</p><p>This essay evaluates the philosophical merits of the PratyabhijÃ±Ä Åaiva critique of DharmakÄ«rti's stance that the judgment of sameness that constitutes a concept formed via exclusion (apoha) does not require ultimate grounding, and presents these Åaivas' account of the relationship between time, reality, and concepts. These Åaivas argue that time is the expression, as the subject/object pairs that define conventional worlds, of the non-dual differentiation inherent in ultimate realityâand use DharmakÄ«rti's own apoha theory to explain how this works.</p>
Philosophy East and West – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Jul 3, 2020
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