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Mīmāṁsaka as a Grammarian
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The Mīmāṁsakas lay down a principle termed ekaprasaratābhaṅga to prevent the uddeśya-vidheya relation from being posited for a compound (samāsa). Constituent meanings of a compound, say A and B, must play the same role of either uddeśya or vidheya. It is impossible that A is uddeśya and at the same time B is vidheya.

Relying on the Mahāhāṣya ad P2.1.1, Kumārila explains ekaprasaratā from a view-point of sāmarthya (semantic connection) which is formulated by Patañjali: sāpekṣam asamarthaṁ bhavati. Kumārila considers ekaprasaratābhaṅga to be associated with sāmarthyābaāva (absence of semantic connection).

Later Mīmāṁsakas do distinguish between two levels, viz. one in which the meaning-cognition is obtained from a compound and the other in which a compound's uddeśya-vidheya relation is established on the basis of prāptāprāptaviveka-principle. For them, ekaprasaratābhaṅga does not necessarily imply sāmarthyābaāva.
journal title
Tetsugaku : The Journal of Hiroshima Philosophical Society
issue
Issue 38
start page
67
end page
83
date of issued
1986-10-25
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広島哲学会
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0495-2200
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jpn
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Departmental Bulletin Paper
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Departmental Bulletin Papers
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Graduate School of Letters
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