Jan E.M. Houben
jhouben at RULLET.LEIDENUNIV.NL
Tue May 23 21:14:54 UTC 2000
in the mentioned article the focus is on verses 1-3 and 20-28 of Vakyapadiya
3.3; it contains a number of references to earlier discussions of the liar
and other paradoxes.
These verses of the Vakyapadiya have also been studied and translated,
together with the intervening verses 4-19, in my The Sambandha-Samuddesa
(chapter on relation) and Bhartrhari's philosophy of language, Groningen:
Egbert Forsten, 1995 (Gonda Indological studies, vol. 2).
See further Claus Oetke "On the so-called Bhartrhari-paradox", at the World
Sanskrit Conference in Bangalore 1997 (English Abstracts).
and: George Cardona, Recent research in Paninian Studies (Delhi 1999), p.
269 and notes.
Jan E.M. Houben,
Kern Institute, Leiden University,
P.O. Box 9515, NL-2300 RA Leiden
jhouben at RULLET.LeidenUniv.NL
From: Federico Squarcini <fsquarcini at FTBCC.IT>
To: INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK <INDOLOGY at LISTSERV.LIV.AC.UK>
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 9:39 PM
Subject: Re: Liar's Paradox
I got this reference as a starting poin:
Jane M. Houben, Bhartåhari's Solution to the Liar and some other Paradoxes,
in "Journal of Indian Philosophy", 23(1995), n. 4, pp. 381-401.
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