Showing posts with label Indian logic. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Indian logic. Show all posts

Hinduism - What Is A Vicious Circle In Hindu Philosophy?

 



One of the fallacies to avoid while building an argument in Indian logic.

When a succession of events happens in a cause-and-effect relationship, with any one of them acting as both cause and effect, a vicious loop is formed.

When "a" causes "b," and "b" causes "c," "x" causes "a" (somewhere down the line).


~Kiran Atma


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Hinduism - What Is Reciprocal Dependence In Hindu Philosophy?

 


Reciprocal Dependence is a fallacy in Indian logic that should be avoided while building an argument.

Reciprocal reliance arises when two objects are mutually dependent—when A is dependent on B, and B is dependent on A.

This is seen as a more serious example of self-residence, and it is as unacceptable.


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