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The Nyäyakusumänjali 39 2. CHARACTEBISTICS OF COMPOSITION AND STYLE A few observations on some of the important characteristics of composition and style followed by Udayana in his Nyäyakusumänjali are opportune here, as they will be helpful towards a better understanding and evaluation of this work. We have already remarked that our author has indicated the general plan of his Nyäyakusumänjali as a whole by the five erroneous opinions or objections set forth at the beginning of the work. This plan is worked out in the order in which it has been enunciated, although it does not prevent the author from bringing in, during the treatment of certain problems, an occasional excursus which, though related to the problem under discussion, may not be immediately or directly necessary in the context67.
36 The Author and the Work respectively, Udayana brings even in these chapters the views of other schools60. That Udayana did not intend each chapter to be the refutation of a particular school can be clearly seen from the third Stabaka where Udayana deals with and refutes the views of different philosophical schools, including the views of the classical Vaisesikas who maintained that comparison (upamänam) and verbal testimony (sabdah) were not distinct and independent means of valid cognition, but reducible to inference.
If validity were intrinsically cognised, there would be no doubt about it. Rejects the opponent's view that the theory of extrinsic validity would lead to an infinite regress (anavasiha). 233, 4—234,1 When the opponent argues that, even granting validity to be extrinsic, nevertheless, being eternal, the Vedas are independent of an author or cause, and they are valid because they are accepted by the large multitude of people (mahäjanaparigrahah), Udayana answers that both the assumptions of the opponent are unproved (asiddha-).
An Indian Rational Theology - Introduction to Udayana's Nyayakusumanjali by G. Chemparathy