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Sanskrit and Indian studies : essays in honour of Daniel H. H. Ingalls / edited by M. Nagatomi ... [et al.].

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Dordrecht, Holland ; Boston : D. Reidel ; Hingham, MA : sold and distributed in the U.S.A. and Canada by Kluwer Boston, c1980.
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Book
xi, 267 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
Series:
Studies of classical India. v. 2
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Subjects:
Ingalls, Daniel Henry Holmes.
Sanskrit philology -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Philosophy, Indic -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Hinduism -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
Matilal, B. K. Double negation in Navya-nyāya.
Masson, J. M. Authorship problem of the Dhvanyāloka.
Joshi, S. D. The contribution of R. G. Bhandarkar to the study of Sanskrit grammar.
Hattori, M. Apoha and pratibhā.
Gonda, J. The Śatarudriya.
Hara, M. Hindu concepts of teacher, Sanskrit guru and ācārya.
Staal, F. Ritual syntax.
Pingree, D. The Kheṭamuktāvalī of Nṛsiṃha.
Tachikawa, M. A logical analysis of the Mūlamadhyamakakārikā.
Potter, K. H. Was Gauḍapāda and idealist?
O'Flaherty, W. D. Death as a dancer in Hindu mythology.- Hart, G. L. The little devotee.
Dimock, E. C. On impersonality and Bengali religious biography.
Nagatomi, M. Mānasa-Pratyakṣa.
Notes:
"Bibliography of the works of professor Daniel H. H. Ingalls": p. 261-263.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Nagatomi, M.
OCLC:
6382781