By Richard P. Hayes
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37 I have, incidentally, considerably condensed the arguments outlined by Mookerjee, but I think the essential features of the arguments have been preserved in the simplification. Mookerjee also deals with the Buddhist contention that all relations are fictitious owing to their having no existence apart from the relata to which they pertain. " Having demonstrated that the Buddhists hold that words do not refer to any external reality, Mookerjee represents them as holding the position that "what is signified by a word is neither a subjective idea nor an objective reality, but something fictitious and unreal, which is neither here nor there.
Of especial importance are pp: 81-86 and pp. 106-108. 27. Stcherbatsky's outline of the realm of judgement, concepts and other related matters is given its most precise formulation in 1932:204-220. 28. Stcherbatsky 1932:181-190. 29. Mookerjee 1935:xXxv. 30. Mookerjee 1935:xliv. 31. My position on this matter is outlined more fully in Hayes 1984. 32. Mookerjee 1935:xxxviii. 33. Mookerjee 1935:xxxvii. 34. Mookerjee 1935:100. 35. Mookerjee 1935:106. 36. Mookerjee 1935:108 and 109. Frauwallner (1935:101) reports that this argument was used by DharmakIrti.
See Vidyabhu~al)a 1921:272. Ja's remark derives from the fact that the Japanese pronunciation of the two characters used to render Ditmaga's name into Chinese is Jinna. 20. See Vidyabhu$al)a 1921:277-288. 21. Ja 1909:78-101. 22. Stcherbatsky 1932: 10. 23. Stcherbatsky 1932:12. 24. Stcherbatsky 1932:24. 25. Stcherbatsky 1932:26-27. 26. Stcherbatsky describes the realm of particulars in 1932:79-118. Of especial importance are pp: 81-86 and pp. 106-108. 27. Stcherbatsky's outline of the realm of judgement, concepts and other related matters is given its most precise formulation in 1932:204-220.