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Summary: An outline of the theory of interpretation within the language philosophies of ancient India. Chari organizes this extensive history according to topics such as verbal autonomy, intention, unity of meaning, polysemy, contextualism, and interpretation.
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- Metaphysics & Epistemology
- Philosophical Traditions
- Philosophy of Language
- Value Theory
- Asian Philosophy
- Philosophy of Literature
- Aesthetic Interpretation
- Indian Aesthetics
- Validity in Interpretation: Some Indian Views
Validity in Interpretation: Some Indian Views
Chari, V.K.. Validity in Interpretation: Some Indian Views
1978, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 36(3): 329-340.