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Bimal Krishna Matilal
Bimalakr̥shṇa Matilāla
Matilal, B. K.
Matilal, Bimal K.
Matilal, Bimal Krishna
Matilāla, Bimalakr̥shṇa
Matilāla, Bimalakṛṣṇa
Dates: 
1935-1991
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Bilimoria, Purusottama
Chakrabarti, Arindam
Evans, Robert D. (1953- ))
Ganeri, Jonardon
Harvard University
International Association of Buddhist Studies
Puruṣottama Bilimoria
Raghunātha Śiromaṇi
Śaśadhara
Shaw, Jaysankar Lal (1939- ))
Tiwari, Heeraman
Titles: 
Abhāva-vāda
Analytical philosophy in comparative perspective, c1984:
Buddhist logic and epistemology : studies in the Buddhist analysis of inference and language
central philosophy of Jainism (anekānta-vāda), The
character of logic in India, The
Confrontation of cultures
Epistemology, logic, and grammar in Indian philosophical analysis
Ethics and epics
history of Indian literature., A
Knowing from words : Western and Indian philosophical analysis of understanding and testimony
Logic, language and reality : an introduction to Indian philosophical studies
Logical and ethical issues of religious belief : Stephanos Nirmalendu Ghosh lectures on comparative religion, 1978
Logical illumination of indian mysticism an inaugural lecture delivered before the university of oxford on 5 may 1977
Mind, language, and world : the collected essays of Bimal Krishna Matilal
Moral dilemmas in the Mahābhārata
Nañ-vāda
navya-nyāya doctrine of negation, The ; a study of the semantics and ontology of negative statements in navya-nyaya philosophy
Navya-nyāya doctrine of negation; the semantics and ontology of negative statements in Navya-nyāya philosophy., The
Nitī, yukti, o dharma, 1988:
Nyāya-Vaiśesika
Nyāyasiddhāntadīpa
Perception : an essay on classical indian theories of knowledge
Relativism, suffering, and beyond : essays in memory of Bimal K. Matilal
Sanskrit and related studies : contemporary researches and reflections
Stud. class. India
Studies in logic : a dialogue between the East and the West : homage to Bimal Krishna Matilal
word and the world, The : Indiaʼs contribution to the study of language
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Harvard University, 1965
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