[INDOLOGY] logical fallacies

Brendan S. Gillon, Prof. brendan.gillon at mcgill.ca
Sat Oct 27 12:33:01 UTC 2018

The classic contemporary work on fallacies, which includes a discussion of fallacies in the Indian tradition, is Charles Leonard Hamblin's Fallacies, Methuen, 1970. A work exclusively on fallacies (hetvaabhaasa) in India is Raghavendra Pandeya's Major Hetvaabhaasas, a formal analysis, Eastern Book Linkers.

Brendan Gillon

On 2018-10-27 05:10 AM, patrick mccartney via INDOLOGY wrote:
Does anyone have a list of Sanskrit terms for logical fallacies and their equivalent in English and/or Latin?

Something like this, for example:
vyakti prati yukti argumentum ad hominem

thank you.

All the best,

パトリック マッカートニー
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