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Transl. B. K. Matilal, in Buddhist studies for Homer, p. 163) The NyAya conception of God was also developed by Uddyotakara. Thus, the Nyaya school became unequivocally theistic from Uddyotakara onwards. He concluded his theological discussion quoting two verses from the Agama: "A being is ignorant, and not a master of its own sorrows and happiness. Being impelled by the Lord it goes to Heaven or Hell. "72 10. Some Lost Nyaya Works in the Post-Uddyotakara Period A period of about four or five centuries intervenes between Uddyotakara and Vacaspati MiSra I, who wrote his Tatparya-tika on the NyayavArttika.
Some Lost Nyaya Works in the Post-Uddyotakara Period A period of about four or five centuries intervenes between Uddyotakara and Vacaspati MiSra I, who wrote his Tatparya-tika on the NyayavArttika. Several outstanding Nyaya authors appeared during this space of time. But with the notable exception of Bhasarvajna and Jayanta, works of none of these authors have come down to us. I shall mention here three Nyaya authors whose books are lost to us. Sankara He was a Naiyayika, who wrote a treatise called Sthirasiddhi.
Or, the other person who remains speechless (on such occasions) ? 98 B. K. Matilal • Nyaya-Vaisesika (Opponent:) But, although you are a wise man, you have not remained silent yourself. You, on the other hand, have made a prohibitive statement with regard to our talk about non-entities! (Proponent:) True. In order to avoid a self-contradictory object not established by any means of knowledge, you have conceded that one can make statements about the non-existent. Similarly, in order not to allow any statement about the non-entities in our discourse on the means of knowledge, we concede that a selfcontradictory statement (prohibiting the use of non-entities) is possible although it is not supported by any means of knowledge.