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Review Sheet Hindu Philosophy 2007 Quiz II Sanskrit terms 1) Boddhisattva (C+D p.156) 2) duhkha (suffering C+D 119) 3) Theravada (C+D 116) 4) Mahayana ( “ ) 5) Sunyavada (C+D 143) 6) pratityasamutpada (C+D 133) 7) skandha (C+D 139) 8) anatmavada (C+D 137) 9) syadvada (C+D 80-83) 10) anekantavada (C+D 75) 11) sakti (C+D 334) 12) purvapaksa 13) mahavakya 14) Advaita (C+D 369) 15) Visistadvaita (C+D 412) 16) avidya (C+D 371) 17) maya (C+D 369) 18) anirvacaniya 19) dharma (for Mimamsa C+D 339 and Buddhism C+D 134) 20) paksa (Nyaya handout sheet) 21) sadhya (Nyaya handout sheet) 22) Hetu (Nyaya handout sheet) 23) Sapaksa (Nyaya handout sheet) 24) Vipaksa (Nyaya handout sheet) Vaisheshika : Be familiar with the seven categories of Vaisheshika, including all nine substances and at least 10 of the 24 qualities.
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Nyaya Be aware of the five ingredients of an inference (nos 20-25 on the Sanskrit term vocab list, above) and be able to identify them in a sample inference. Be aware of the 5 rules for testing a valid inference, and be prepared to state whether a sample inference from the sentences on the handout breaks each one of these rules and, if so (or if not) why.
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