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Gaṅgeśa

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[New Entry by Stephen Phillips on June 18, 2020.] Gaṅgeśa, the "Great Professor" (mahopādhyāya), lived in the fourteenth century in northeastern India. In Sanskrit, he wrote a philosophic masterpiece called the "Jewel" solidifying several centuries of advances in epistemology and logic within the classical school of "Logic," Nyāya. By all counts, Gaṅgeśa is one of the major figures not only in Nyāya but in the whole long and complex history of classical...

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