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Manikantha rejected the doctrine of sdmdnya-laksand, which Ganges"a defended. In this matter, Manikantha was followed by RaghunAtha, who also rejected sdmdnyalaksana about three centuries later. Manikantha was the last Navya-nyaya author who added a concluding chapter dealing with the refutation of MahAvidyA inference. He also dealt with the debate-categories of the old NyAya such as quibble, futile rejoinder and defeat-situation. D. Mention must be made of VAdindra in this connection. He wrote his celebrated MahAvidyA-vidambana in which the MahAvidyA inference cited by the »4 See D.

Is the nature of the dream-object that of being consciousness ? If so, then the dream-object cannot be established because the states of consciousness cannot be communicated to others. For, if the dream of one person is not expressed in words, the other person would not be able to know it. [Opponent:] The states of consciousness taking the 'forms' of words are conveyed to others. [Answer:] He who says this should explain the meaning of the word 'form,' dkara. , a snake). Also, in your view, words are not real, and hence the sentence "the consciousness-state takes the 'form' of words" is a statement without a reference.

Is also applicable to the cases of the magic show, appearance of the castle in the cloud, and mirage-water. [Opponent:] "You imagine the 'perfuming' of action (karma) to be in one place and the result of it in another place" (Vasubandhu, VimSikA). The meaning of this (line) is: The (corresponding) result should be there where the action takes place. For him who takes objects to be different from their consciousness, the action will happen in one place while its result will be in another place, and thus the action and its result will have different substrata (but cause and effect are supposed to have the same substratum).

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