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Colloquium at the University of Cambridge on vākyārtha

シシルに誘われて,ケンブリッジで文意論コロキアム.

がっつりの文意論は,久々に読みます.

昔は,ここらへんをやる人は日本では,私の周辺でも僅かでしたが,徐々に増えてきて嬉しい限りです.

エリーザとウーゴも,タイ以来でしょうか.

ヴィンチェンゾに至っては,えらく昔にポンディで会って以来です.

From Word Meanings to Sentence Meaning:
Different Perspectives in Indian Philosophy of Language

The reflection on language and its structures was a major component of the Sanskritic intellectual horizon, intimately connected with the broader epistemological and soteriological concerns of different schools. This led to the emergence of various conflicting philosophical views on the nature of the cognition obtained from language (śābdabodha). In this respect, a pivotal issue is how padārthas (the meanings/referents of words) relate to vākyārtha (the meaning/referent of the sentence). During this one-day colloquium, the focus will especially be on the views set forth by the Pūrva-Mīmāṃsā philosophers (Bhāṭṭa and Prābhākara), the Buddhists, the Grammarians, and the theoreticians of Alaṃkāraśāstra, and on the reconstruction of the debate as it developed in the course of the first millennium CE.

Date: November 11, 2016

Time: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm

Venue: Room 213, Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge

Convenors: Vincenzo Vergiani and Shishir Saxena

Maria Piera Candotti, Université de Lausanne / Università di Cagliari (Visiting Scholar)
Bhartṛhari and the basic meaning unit: innovation or restauration

Daniele Cuneo, Universiteit Leiden
When words do not suffice: the polymorphic concept of bādha
Hugo David, École française d'Extrême-Orient
'vākyārtha eva padārthaḥ': On the reappropriation of an old Mīmāṃsā principle in a Vedāntic
framework

Elisa Freschi, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften
From authorless words to Vedic prescriptions: The Mīmāṃsaka journey from the subjectindependent
nature of language to the prescriptive nature of language

Kei Kataoka, Kyushu University
How to paraphrase a sentence? Bādari vs Jaimini

Tiziana Pontillo, Università di Cagliari
The general samartha-constraint of word-formation rules in the Pāṇinian tradition

Akane Saito, Kyushu University
Phonemes as the Conveyors of Sentence Meaning for Kumārila, Śālikanātha, Vācaspati, and
Jayanta

Shishir Saxena, University of Cambridge
Kumārila on why śabda cannot be classified as anumāna on the basis of āptavādāvisaṃvāda,
as argued in the Śabdapariccheda & Vākyādhikaraṇa of the Ślokavārttika

Vincenzo Vergiani, University of Cambridge
Of the unitary nature of complex sentences: Bhartṛhari's remarks in the second kāṇḍa of the
Vākyapadīya
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