Part of an ongoing series of teachings based on Daniel Perdue’s book, The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Logic: An Asian Approach to Analytical Thinking Drawn from Indian and Tibetan Sources.
- Review of similar and dissimilar classes
- Two types of pervasions and the components of a syllogism
- Epistemological requirements for Buddhist syllogisms
- Sound arguments are only valid for certain people
- Everyday examples of syllogisms and what makes them correct or incorrect
25 The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate: Epistemological Requirements (download)