I. A critical appraisal of the Jaina theory of indirect knowledge:
1. The Jaina notion of cognition:
i. General introduction to critique of knowledge.
ii. Characteristics of knowledge.
iii. Criterion of validity.
iv. General features of Jaina theory of knowledge.
v. Jaina classification of Pramanas.
2. Recollection: Basic issues related to memory:
i. Views denying epistemic status to memory.
ii. Jaina concept of memory: definitions and features.
iii. Conjectures and refutations regarding memory.
iv. Critical appraisal of the Jaina view.
i. Introduction, definitions and features of recognition as expounded by the Jainas.
ii. Jaina justification of recognition.
iii. Arguments for and against recognition.
iv. Review of the polemics regarding recognition.
4. Inductive reasoning:
i. Introduction to the problem of knowing Vyapti.
ii. Various views about knowing Vyapti.
iii. Jaina concept of Tarka : definitions and features.
iv. Jaina justification of Tarka and its review.
ii. Jaina definitions and classification of Anumana.
iii. Jaina view about the components of Anumana.
iv. Jaina view about the role of Vyapti in Anumana.
v. Constitutive and epistemic conditions of Anumana.
vi. Classification of Hetu.
vii. Validity and soundness.
II. Translation of Prameyakamala Martanda: Text and translation.