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.
- The importance of remembering our reason for debating and why conflicts happen
- Reviewing pervasion and the relationship between the predicate and the reason
- The correctness of a syllogism is related to the receptivity of the person to whom its directed
- Examples of unwanted consequences to refute the validity of an opponent’s position
- Understanding the difference between a syllogism and a consequence
82 The Course in Buddhist Reasoning and Debate: Consequences (download)