This book is a concordance of theories of Indian tradition. An analytic approach has been made on the theories available in Paninian, Nyaya-vaisesika, Purvamimamsa and Vedanta schools to show the consistency of the discourse made by traditional philosophers who claim themselves to be Astika or Vedacentric.
Attempts also have been made to establish that the traditional Indian theories of language are undoubtedly relevant for solving some problems raised in modern philosophy of language.
About the Author:
Piyali Palit, Acarya-Vedanta, Ph.D., teaches Indian Philosophy and comparative Religion in the Department of Philosophy, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. She did her research in Philosophy of Language and was awarded Ph.D. degree from Rabindra Bharati University. Her areas of special interest are Philosophy of Language, Logic and Analytic Philosophy in Indian tradition with an interdisciplinary approach.