By A. C. Senape McDermott

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199 Moreover, this noetic judgmental synthesis is described by us in the Citriidvaitasiddhi, and its noncontradictory establishment is impossible to refute. " For just this rule is also explained by our method. And the rule holds as weIl in the case involving an unreal substratum as it does in the case involving areal substratum. There is no difference. 27) For thus in the case being considered, [an attribute] is to be ~on­ ceived as related [to its substratum] through cognition alone. For example, in the case of a deer's head, the apprehension of ahorn is related through a mere cognitive act to that [deer's head]; moreover the horn is denied of a hare's head just through the assumption of a mere cognitional relationship with that [hare's head].

Asämarthyarp. nästi. asyäsämarthyasya sambhavät. aiva karoti. 1 käryotpattidarsanät iti cet. 1 käryarp. arp. sahakäritvame~amastu ko ni~eddhä. militaireva tu tatkäryarp. karttavyamiti kuto labhyate. pürväparakälayoreka~vabhävatväd bhävasya. sarvadä jananäjananayoranyataraniyamaprasangasya dürväratvät. 33 tasmät sämagri janikä naikarp. janakamiti sthiravädinärp. 1. 29) kirp. ;yate tävadevamiti cet. ;yatärp. kirp. äditi vivädapadametat. 1 krpämarhati. 1. tat pauru~asya lünapunarjätakeSakusakadalistambädau nirdalanät.

Näpyakramikäryakäritvasambhaval}. aprasatigät. 21) kärye ni~panne tadvi~ayavyäpäräbhävädünä sämagri na ni~pä­ ditaIp. ni~pädayediti cet. na, sämagrisambhaväsambhavayorapi sadyal} kriyäkärakasvarüpasambhave janakatvamavadhäryamiti 37 prägeva pratipädanät. amasamarthamävedayati. ike kramäkramikäryakäritväbhävo na siddhal}. na ca kramäkramäbhyämaparaprakärasambhavo yena täbhyämavyäptau sandigdhavyatireko hetul} syät. e 'pi svapak~e 'pyanäsväsaprasatigät. tasmädanyo 'nyavyavacchedasthitir 39 näparal} prakäral} sambhavati.

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