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D. Theological and moral matters. Moksa "liberation" is hinted in 5F20 = sambandhdksepaparihdra 108—110, K being hardly concerned with it. 147 According to K, a ritualistic himsd, if sanctioned by a vidhi, cannot be sinful. Conversely, ahimsd is not a rationally and morally self-evident rule. The "voice of conscience" is strictly subordinate to the Veda. This view will be criticized in the Syddvddamanjari of the Jaina Mallisena (13th c ) . § 37. 148 Owing to its bulk, this work has not yet been studied in detail,149 but we may discover therein many interesting views on different topics.
1980: 130. " 131 D'SA 132 133 134 FRAUWAIXNER 1961a. " 135 K is silent with regard to the vocal chords. On the phonological section which is markedly related to the vaisesika physics, see ABEGG 1923. The Golden Age of the Mimamsa 27 the last varna, together with a backglance on the previously uttered syllables, pushes the word into the realm of the meaning. 136 The relationship between the word (as a group of varna) and the meaning is also eternal, 137 but, on this point, K hardly adds anything important to what S had already declared.
SASTRI 1961: Bhumika, 10; MISHRA 19642: 19-20. 111 KANE 19772: 1376. SHARMA 1980: 13-14. 112 113 Stories about these polemics in the Sahkaradigvijaya of Madhava (14th c ) , see § 57. , in SV 4 (= pratyaksasutra) 40; 7 (niralambanavada) 14. 114 In TV on MS-SB 1, 3, 10, he carries on a discussion about Tamil words, see K. KUNJUNNI RAJA, in Annals of Oriental Research, University of Madras, XXVIII 1978, Iff. 115 A sloka is a group of 4 octosyllables in 2 hemistichs. Kdrika simply applies to a terse expression of thought.
A History of Indian Literature, Volume VI: Scientific and Technical Literature, Part 3, Fasc. 5: Mīmāṃsā Literature by Jean-Marie Verpoorten; Jan Gonda (Editor)