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1 Th. Stcherbatsky and E. Obermiller (eds)
Abhisamayalankara Prajna Paramita Upadesa Sastra: The Work of Bodhisattva Maitreya
Sri Satguru Publications; New Delhi, India; 8170303044 / 9788170303046; New; New; 
034097

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2 Th. Stcherbatsky
Buddhist Logic, 2 Vols
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2008; 8120810198 / 9788120810198; Hardcover; New; New; 
Buddhist logic reveals itself as the culminating point of a long course of Indian philosophic history. Its birth, its growth and its decline run parallel with the birth, the growth and the decline of Indian civilisation. The time has come to reconsider the subject of Buddhist logic in its historical connections. This is done in these two volumes. In the copious notes the literary renderings are given where needed. This will enable the reader to fully appreciate the sometimes enormous distance which lies between the words of the Sanskrit phrasing and their philosophic meaning rendered according to our habits of thought. The notes also contain a philosophic comment of the translated texts. The first volume contains a historical sketch as well as a synthetical reconstruction of the whole edifice of the final shape of Buddhist philosophy. The second volume contains the material as well as the justification for this reconstruction.Printed Pages: 1048. 102344

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3 Th. Stcherbatsky
Buddhist Logic, 2 Vols.
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1996; 8121507243 / 9788121507240; Reprint; Hardbound; New; New; 
Western interest in Buddhism has grown enormously in recent years, but because of the scarcity of later Buddhist writings most of the work in the field has dealt with the earlier developments in Buddhism. Also, the available books and articles on Buddhism deal almost exclusively with its religious aspects, and pass over the extensive system of logic that forms an important part of its philosophy as a whole. This book is a coverage of the Mahayana Buddhistic Logic of the school of Dignaga (and his follower, expositors, and continuers-especially Dharmakirti). It is in fact the most important work on Buddhist logic ever published. A classic of oriental research, it is founded on a thorough study of original Indian and Tibetan compositions by the great Buddhist logicians. The author was one of the leaders of the St. Petersburg school that did monumental work in the field of Indology during the first quarter of this century. The first volume is devoted to a history of Indian logic with Central Asiatic continuations, and then to a detailed exposition of the Dignaga system in terms of theory of knowledge, the sensible word (including causation, sense perception, and ultimate reality); the mentally constructed world (judgement, inference, the syllogism, logical fallacies); negation (law of contradiction, universals, dialectic), and the reality of external world. The Second volume is devoted primarily to a translation of Dharmakirti's Nyayabindu, with Dharmottara's commentary. Appendices contain translations from Tibetan logical treatises, Hindu attacks on Buddhist logic, etc. The author has provided an extremely clear exposition of an important philosophical system that is not well known to the West. The work is all the more valuable since it is done with an awareness of the history of Western logic and philosophy, well up through Russell and the moderns. Historians of Asian culture, Sanskrit philologists and general philosophers cannot afford to be without it. The general reader with perhaps a basic course in Eastern philosophy will find it highly rewarding. Printed Pages: 1045. 032996

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4 Bu-Ston; Translated from Tibetan By Dr E. Obermiller with an Introduction By Prof. Th. Stcherbatsky
Jewellery of Scripture
D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2005; 8188043400 / 9788188043408; First Edition; Paperback; New; 
Printed Pages: 245. 014047

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5 Th. Stcherbatsky (Tr.)
Madhyanta-Vibhanga Discourse on Discrimination Between Middle and Extremes Ascribed to Bodhisattva Maitreya and Commented by Vasubandhu and Sthiramati (Part-1)
Sri Satguru Publications; Delhi, India; 1992; 817030301X / 9788170303015; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Translated into English from original Sanskrit, this classic work repudiates the Universal Relativism of `Vijnapti-Matrata-Sidhhi' and the Pluralism of `Hinayans' establishing its own system of a spiritual Monism.The Vijnanavada school of Buddhism represents the latest and final form of that religion, the form in which, after having transformed India's national philosophy and leaving its native Indian soil, it spread over almost the whole of the Asiatic continent upto Japan in the East and Asia Minor in the West where it amalgamated with gnosticism. The Madhyantra-Vibhanga-Sastra of Maitreya-Asanga with its commentaries, the bhasya of Vasubhandhu and the tika of S thiramati, belong to the most fundamental works of this Vijnanavada (Yogacara) school of Northern Buddhism. This present Book contains English translation of the first part of the text i.e. the double essence of ultimate reality. Printed Pages: 172. 101126

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6 Th. Stcherbatsky
Madhyanta-Vibhanga: Discourse on discrimination between middle and extremes ascribed to Bodhisattva Maitreya, commented by Vasubandhu and Sthirmati
Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 1978; 8170690919 / 9788170690917; Reprint; Hardbound; New; No Jacket; 
Western interest in Buddhism has grown enormously in recent years, but because of the scarcity of later Buddhist writings most of the work in the field has dealt with the earlier developments in Buddhism. Also, the available books and articles on Buddhism deal almost exclusively with its religious aspects, and pass over the extensive system of logic that forms an important part of its philosophy as a whole. This book is a coverage of the Mahayana Buddhistic Logic of the school of Dignaga (and his follower, expositors, and continuers-especially Dharmakirti). It is in fact the most important work on Buddhist logic ever published. A classic of oriental research, it is founded on a thorough study of original Indian and Tibetan compositions by the great Buddhist logicians. The author was one of the leaders of the St. Petersburg school that did monumental work in the field of Indology during the first quarter of this century. The first volume is devoted to a history of Indian logic with Central Asiatic continuations, and then to a detailed exposition of the Dignaga system in terms of theory of knowledge, the sensible word (including causation, sense perception, and ultimate reality); the mentally constructed world (judgement, inference, the syllogism, logical fallacies); negation (law of contradiction, universals, dialectic), and the reality of external world. The Second volume is devoted primarily to a translation of Dharmakirti's Nyayabindu, with Dharmottara's commentary. Appendices contain translations from Tibetan logical treatises, Hindu attacks on Buddhist logic, etc. The author has provided an extremely clear exposition of an important philosophical system that is not well known to the West. The work is all the more valuable since it is done with an awareness of the history of Western logic and philosophy, well up through Russell and the moderns. Historians of Asian culture, Sanskrit philologists and general philosophers cannot afford to be without it. The general reader with perhaps a basic course in Eastern philosophy will find it highly rewarding. Printed Pages: 1045. 026168

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7 Stcherbatsky
The Central Conception of Buddhism and the Meaning of the Word "Dharma"
Asian Educational Services; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8120617398 / 9788120617391; Reprint; Hard Cover; New; 
Printed pages: 96. 036060

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8 Th. Stcherbatsky; Comprehensive Analysis and Introduction By Jaideva Singh
The Conception of Buddhist Nirvana with Sanskrit Text of Madhyamaka-Karika
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.; New Delhi, India; 2003; 8120805291 / 9788120805293; Reprint; Hardcover; New; New; 
022216

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9 Theodore Stcherbatsky; Re-Edited By S. Jain
The Soul Theory of the Buddhists with Sanskrit Text
New Bharatiya Book Corporation; Delhi, India; 2003; 8187418583 / 9788187418580; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 103. 023487

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