The close Relationship of Logic, Epistemology and Metaphysics in Indian Tradition.
Primacy of Logical Reasoning in Establishing One’s Own System and Refuting all Rival Systems, The Method of Purvapaksa and Siddhanta, The Concepts of Anviksiki and Anumiti.
Logic or Anumana Pramana as part of Epistemology (Praman Sastra)
Logic or Anumana Pramana rooted in Metaphysics (Prameya Sastra)
Logic or Anumana Pramana as Hetuvidya or Vadavidhi and Anviksiti.
Definition of Anumana: Nyaya and Buddhist Perspectives, Constituents of Anumana: Nyaya, Buddhist, Jaina and Advaitic Perspectives, Process of Anumana: Nyaya, Buddhist and Jaina Perspectives, Types of Anumana: Nyaya, Buddhist, Jaina and Advaitic Perspetives.
Nyaya: Paksata, Paramarsa and Definition of Vyapti
Inductive Elements in Indian Logic: The Concepts of Vyaptigrahopaya, Samanya Laksana Pratyasatti, Tarka and Upadhi.
Hetucakra Damaru of Dinnaga, Hetvabhasas.