By F. Th. Stcherbatsky
Buddhist common sense finds itself because the culminating aspect of a protracted process Indian philosophic heritage. Its beginning, its progress and its decline run parallel with the delivery, the expansion and the decline of Indian Civilization. the following the topic of Buddhist good judgment in its ancient connections is reconsidered in those volumes.
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It is followed by an investigation of sense perception, of inference and of syllogism occupying the 2<*, 3d and 4th chapters. This clear and natural order has been misunderstood and inverted by the simpleton Devendrabuddhi, who has been misled by the circumstance that Dharmakirti himself had had the time to write only the comment upon the stanzas of the third chapter which he, for some reason or other, probably because it is the most difficult one, had choosen to comment himself in his old age, not feeling himself capable of accomplishing the whole task.
132. 6, this is not improbable. The theory of two pramanas and the definition of pratyaksa as nirvikalpaJca certainly have existed long before Dignaga in some Hinayana or Mahayana schools. Dignaga gave to these formulas a new signification, but he himself quotes in support of them a passage from the abhidharma of the Sarvastivadins. s ran-las-rnkhas-pa = svatantra-pandita. 1 To the time of his apprenticeship probably belong two early works, two manuals for the use of students. One of them is a condensed summary of the capital work of his teacher under the title of A b h i d h a r m a k o s a - m a r m a - p r a d l p a .
TSP, p. , p. 338, 14. la its early form, as recorded by CarakalV. 1, when p r a d h a n a and brahman were the same entity, the parallelism with Buddhism is still greater, cp. especially IV. 1. 44 where the doctrine of sdrupya is mentioned. 8 pradhana. 4 avyakta. 5 parindma. 6 pratiJcsana-parinama. 7 jada. 8 Cp. NB and NBT transl. below, vol. II, pp. 203 ff. » Cp. , V. , p. 80. 2 YaSomitra's 20 BUDDHIST LOGIC The Sankhya system can thus be regarded as the first serious step that the Indian speculation took against naive realism.
Buddhist Logic by F. Th. Stcherbatsky