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Thing universal _ external thing Helaraja's introductory remarks on JS6 alluded to the structure attributed to universals in solving problems of substitution of materials in the context of rituals (see trHJS6 and trJS3). The possible conflict between that attribution of structure and Katyayana's aphorism on names, is the framework in terms of which he saw J86. Let me recall the reader's attention to the more ancient theory of names embedded in Katyayana's aphorism on names according to which names are given to individuals on the basis of a quality they possess.
It would not be an exaggeration to say that for several centuries to come the VP continued to be a vademecum, a guidebook almost, on the philosophical uses of grammar. 3 Between Dignaga and his commentator Dharmaklrti, there falls the giant shadow of Bhartrhari. In order to arrive at a proper understanding of their relationship it will be useful to trace the separate debt each of these Buddhist philosophers owes to Bhartrhari. By isolating their separate debts it may be possible to identify the historical achievement of 10 CHAPTER TWO each.
Grammarians de- BHART~HARI ON INDIVIDUALS AND UNIVERSALS fined plural number by means of a special operation called 'Remaindering of One', in the following way:33 vrk~as ca vrk~as ca vrk~as ca (the tree, the tree, the tree) vrk~iiIJ 23 ekase~a, (the trees}, by ekase¥l (Re- maindering of One). Ancient grammarians thus made assumptions regarding individuals in order to establish a proper theory of number and gender. The assumption complemented their assumption with respect to universals. The two postulates were essential tools of grammatical analysis.
Ostyak by Irina Nikolaeva