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According to Indian epistemology, what is Khyativada?

The term used to refer to the Indian theories of perceptual error or erroneous conception of atman

Which theory of perceptual errors is accepted by Prabhakara Mimansaka?

Akhyativada

How many main theories of perceptual errors are mentioned in the text?

Five

Which school accepted the Atmakhyativada theory of perceptual errors?

Yogacara Bouddha school

What is the term used for the erroneous conception of atman according to Indian epistemology?

Asatkhyativada

Who accepted the theory called Anirvacaniyakhyativada?

Soutrantika Bouddha school

According to Asatkhyati, where does error occur?

In the apprehension of the unreal or in the perception of non-existent entities

Which philosophy accepts Anirvacaniyakhyativada?

Advaita Vedanta darshan

What does Anyathakhyativada, accepted by Nyaya Philosophy, propose as the cause of error?

Wrong understanding of the presented and the represented

According to Atmakhyati, where does error exist?

Not in the object but in the subject

Who advocates Asatkhyativada?

Nagarjuna and Aryadeva

What does Anirvacaniyakhyati propose about the illusory object?

It is a product of ignorance and neither existent nor non-existent

According to Nyaya Philosophy, what is the cause of error?

Wrong understanding of the presented and the represented

Who accepts Asatkhyativada?

Nagarjuna and Aryadeva

What is advocated by Anirvacaniyakhyati according to Advaita Vedanta darshan?

The illusory object is a product of ignorance and is neither existent nor non-existent

What does Anyathakhyativada propose about error according to Nyaya Philosophy?

The error is due to wrong understanding of the presented and the represented

What does the term 'Darśana' refer to in Indian epistemology?

A philosophical concept of perception

What is the significance of the concept 'Khyāti' in Indian philosophy?

It signifies the process of knowledge formation

In Indian epistemology, what does 'Akhyāti' represent?

Erroneous knowledge or misapprehension

According to Indian philosophy, what is the role of 'Pratibimbavada' in knowledge formation?

It posits that the external world is a reflection of consciousness

What is the central theme of 'Shrutijnanavada' in Indian epistemology?

The belief in scriptural testimony as a valid source of knowledge

What concept does 'Pratyakshapramana' represent in Indian philosophy?

The principle of direct perception as a valid means of knowledge

How does 'Anumana' contribute to the theory of knowledge in Indian epistemology?

It emphasizes inferential reasoning based on cause and effect relationships

'Atmanubhava' is a concept in Indian philosophy that emphasizes:

The significance of self-realization through introspection and meditation

'Paramarthika Satyata' refers to:

Absolute truth or ultimate reality

'Vyavaharika Satyata' represents:

'Transactional truth' or empirical reality

What is the central theme of 'Jivanmuktivada' in Indian philosophy?

The concept of liberation while being alive in this world

According to Indian epistemology, what does 'Pratibimbavada' suggest about knowledge and perception?

The external world is an illusion created by consciousness

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