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71; 1bittirlya Brahmana . 28). however, pushed this argument only in the context of the mahavakyas (literally, the 'great' or 'major' sentences of Srutl), as did, for instance, Suresvara in his celebrated Na~karmyasiddhi, in taking the sruti: tat tvam asi (That you are) as the statement epitomising both the process and the product. 28 And as regards the issue of the identity of the self, Vivarana argued for a more consistent, though ostensibly more difficult application and interpretation of SaIikara's nondualistic (advaita) ontology, namely that, the individuation process is itself causally neutral, although given a semblance of separable co-existence by a process called upadhi (association ab extra).
The better known editions and translations of the text have been two, both of which are useful for consultation. S. Suryanarayana Sastri, published in 1942 (Adyar Library and Research Centre), whIch have been claimed by S. Radhakrishnan and K. Kunjunni Raja to be reliable. 33 The other is by Swami Madhavananda of Ramakrishna Mission, Belur, published in 1942, which, as we said, was commended by Dasgupta. The notes and clarification given in both volumes are encouraging and helpful. la section has been aided by reference to the two volumes, but I have taken issue on point$ of interpretation with both scholars in several instances.
Significantly enough, the text has been a standard prescription for Master's degree coursework in some Indian universities, perhaps in recognition of the enormous benefit it presents to the student by drawing its sources and arguments from numerous different authorities and INTRODUCTION 27 expressing them in a rather more systematic and concise style than many such treatises usually succeed in doing. ) It might be more profitable if each of the pramClfJos and major philosophical problem discussed in the text were given thorough and separate treatment in the context of cross-darlana and modem developments.
Śabdapramāṇa: Word and Knowledge: A Doctrine in Mīmāṃsā-Nyāya Philosophy (with reference to Advaita Vedānta-paribhāṣā ‘Agama’) Towards a Framework for à ruti-prāmāṇya by Puruṣottama Bilimoria (auth.)