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  Victoria Lysenko. Perception (Pratyaksha). “Nyaya-bindu” of Dharmakirti with Dharmottara’s “Tika”
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Victoria Lysenko. Perception (Pratyaksha). “Nyaya-bindu” of Dharmakirti with Dharmottara’s “Tika”

A new translation into Russian of the Chapter on Perception from the famous epistemological Sanskrit text of the great Buddhist philosopher Dharmakirti (600–660) “Nyaya-bindu” with the commentary “Tika” of Dharmottara (740-800) presents an attempt to bridge a gap between “literal” and “philosophical” translation of Th. Stcherbatsky in his “Theory of Knowledge and Logic in the Doctrines of the Late Buddhists” (Part One. Manual of Logic of Dharmakirti with Dharmottara’s Elucidations. St.Petersbourg, 1904) . Translation and Notes by Victoria Lysenko.