BUDDHIST ILLOGIC

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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