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BUDDHIST ILLOGIC

© Avi Sion, 2002.  All rights reserved.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS.

 

ABSTRACT.

FOREWORD.  (This is the opening chapter.)

1.  THE TETRALEMMA.

2.   NEITHER REAL NOR UNREAL.

3.   NAGARJUNA’S USE OF DILEMMA.

4.  THE SUBJECT-PREDICATE RELATION.

5.   PERCEPTS AND CONCEPTS.

6.   MOTION AND REST.

7.   CAUSALITY.

8.  CO-DEPENDENCE.

9.   KARMIC LAW.

10.  GOD AND CREATION.

11.  SELF OR SOUL.

12.  SELF-KNOWLEDGE.

NOT ‘EMPTY LOGIC’, BUT EMPTY OF LOGIC. (This is the concluding chapter, or Epilogue.)

APPENDICES  

1.  Fallacies in Nagarjuna’s Work.  (This is a summary of findings.)

2.  Brief Glossary of Some Basic Concepts.  (This is a helpful lexicon.)

 

 

Recommended additional reading within The Logician:

Phenomenology (2003). See in particular: Chapter V: The Self and Chapter IX: Theology Without Prejudice.

Volition and Allied Causal Concepts (2004). See in particular: Chapter 16: The Self.

Ruminations (2005). See in particular: Part I, Chapter 5: Paradoxes (the first five sections).

Logical and Spiritual Reflections (2008). See in particular the first 3 books.

 

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