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3) The following must be accepted: precisely by that pramä1)a (grounded in perception) which proves the pervasion of the capacity for causal efliciency (a positive term) by succession or nonsuccession (another positive term) - just by that [pramä1)a], the pervasion of the absence of 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 'ekatva' = 'unity', 'identity'. bhedäbhedayosca. 'saktatva' =df 'potency', 'efficacy'. virodha/:l. 'vaktavya' literally means 'it must be said'. asiddho. viruddha/:l. 'sapak$a' = 'supporting instance', 'homogeneous example'.

163 virodhamasamädhäya. ekatva. 20). 165 vastusvalak$alJa",. See p. 52 for a discussion of the svalak$alJa's role in Buddhist 162 epistemology. 167 tasyäsattvät. sannapi. 26). , the effect - shall point to impermanence. If, in addition, our opponents say that in the case of a permanent entity, there is an inherent disposition whose last moment alone produces the effect, this is impossible. 169 Since it is impossible to assent to an inherent disposition [or nature] which is contradictory to means of valid knowledge, a nonmomentary entity cannot, indeed, produce successive effects.

9) na kasciddheturanäsrayal). vikalpa 29-mätrasiddhyasyadharmit;lal). sarvatra sulabhatväd iti. 10) tadasatigatam. vikalpamätrasiddhasya dharmit;lal). sarvatra sambhave 'pi vastudharmet;la dharmitväyogät. vastudharmahetutväpek~aya äsrayäsiddhasyäpi hetol). sambhavät. 11) yathä ätmano vibhutvasädhanärthamupanyastarp sarvatropalabhyamänagut;latväditi sädhanam. vikalpascäyarp hetüpanyäsät. pürvarp sandigdhavastukal).. samarthite tu hetävavastuka iti brümal).. 14) na cätra sandigdhäsrayatvarp näma hetudo~al)..

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