High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hetucakra is a Sanskrit
text written by Dignaga (c 480-540 CE) on the application of his
'three modes' (trair pya) within the Indian logico-epistemic
tradition of the Buddhadharma, sometimes referred to as Buddhist
logic.Buddhist Logic, the categorical nomenclature modern Western
discourse has extended to Buddhadharma traditions of 'Hetuvidya'
(Sanskrit) and 'Pramanavada' (Sanskrit), which arose circa 500CE,
is a particular development, application and lineage of continuity
of 'Indian Logic', from which it seceded.
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