Akalanka

(from the article `Indian philosophy`) ...The Tattvarthdhigama-stra of Umsvatis, however, is the first systematic work, and Siddhasena (7th century ) the first great logician. Other ...
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Akalanka

Akalanka (c. 8th century CE) was a Jain logician whose works are seen as landmarks in Indian logic. He belonged to the Digambara sect of Jainism.{sfn|Singh|Baruah|2003|p=32} His work Astasati, a commentary on Aptamimansa of Samantabhadra deals mainly with jaina logic. He was a contemporary of Rashtrakuta king Krishna I. Tattvārtharājavārtika wa...
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