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અનેકાંતવાદ The principle of "anekāntavāda" is the foundation of many Jain philosophical concepts. The development of "anekāntavāda" also encouraged the development of the dialectics of "syādvāda" (conditioned viewpoints), "saptibhaṅgī" (the seven conditioned predication), and "nayavāda" (partial viewpoints).
એરિસ્ટોટલ What we today call "Aristotelian તર્કશાસ્ત્ર", એરિસ્ટોટલ himself would have labeled "analytics". The term "logic" he reserved to mean "dialectics". Most of એરિસ્ટોટલ 's work is probably not in its original form, since it was most likely edited by students and later lecturers. The logical works of એરિસ્ટોટલ were compiled into six books in about the early 1st century AD:
એરિસ્ટોટલ The order of the books (or the teachings from which they are composed) is not certain, but this list was derived from analysis of એરિસ્ટોટલ's writings. It goes from the basics, the analysis of simple terms in the Categories, to the study of more complex forms, namely, syllogisms (in the Analytics) and dialectics (in the Topics and Sophistical Refutations). There is one volume of એરિસ્ટોટલ's concerning logic not found in the "Organon", namely the fourth book of "Metaphysics.".
અનેકાંતવાદ The origins of "anekāntavāda" lie in the teachings of Māhavīra, who used it effectively to show the relativity of truth and reality. Taking a relativistic viewpoint, Māhavīra is said to have explained the nature of the soul as both permanent, from the point of view of underlying substance, and temporary, from the point of view of its modes and modification. The importance and antiquity of "anekāntavāda" are also demonstrated by the fact that it formed the subject matter of "Astinasti Pravāda", the fourth part of the lost "Purva" that contained teachings of the prior to Māhavīra. German Indologist Hermann Jacobi believes Māhavīra effectively employed the dialectics of "anekāntavāda" to refute the agnosticism of . "Sutrakritanga", the second oldest canon of Jainism, contains the first references to "syādvāda" and . According to "Sūtrakritanga", Māhavīra advised his disciples to use "syādvāda" to preach his teachings:
એરિસ્ટોટલ એરિસ્ટોટલ "says that 'on the subject of reasoning' he 'had nothing else on an earlier date to speak of'". However, પ્લેટો reports that syntax was devised before him, by Prodikos of Keos, who was concerned by the correct use of words. Logic seems to have emerged from dialectics; the earlier philosophers made frequent use of concepts like "reductio ad absurdum" in their discussions, but never truly understood the logical implications. Even પ્લેટો had difficulties with તર્કશાસ્ત્ર; although he had a reasonable conception of a deduction system, he could never actually construct one and relied instead on his dialectic. પ્લેટો believed that deduction would simply follow from premises, hence he focused on maintaining solid premises so that the conclusion would logically follow. Consequently, પ્લેટો realized that a method for obtaining conclusions would be most beneficial. He never succeeded in devising such a method, but his best attempt was published in his book "Sophist", where he introduced his division method.