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Pt. 1. Context and consonance of knowledge -- pt. 2. The relevance and relatedness of navya-nyāya -- pt. 3. Concluding articles.
Keywords Knowledge, Theory of (Hinduism  Navya Nyāya  Hindu philosophy
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