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The particle ((just» (era) lays pressure on tbat note of the sentence to which it's hooked up and therefore adjustments the that means of the sentence altogether. within the sentence (cOn this spot there's "just" presence of smoke») the goal of the speaker is to specific that smoke is de facto pres~nt, no longer ahsent. If it have been stated that (I "just" the smoke is present), this is able to suggest that the speaker's goal is to disclaim the presence of anything else. If it have been acknowledged that (I the smoke is current "just" in this spotll, the purpose of the speaker will be to disclaim its presence in other places and to say its presence completely on one spot. each be aware of this definition is stuffed with that means, simply because each one of them precludes a few distinctive logical mistakes within the whole procedure of fallacies. certain fallacies will occur 1) if the center time period usually are not current in any respect, 2) if it's going to no longer be «just» pr~scnt, i. e. , found in one a part of the minor and absent iu the opposite, and three) if its presence isn't really important, i. e. , difficult. the interpretation of eva through cejust)l is resorted to for wish of one other~ 1 Cpo Tipp. , p. forty. sixteen. 2 Lit. , p. 19. 1-2. (( as the mark isn't the explanation for the cognition of the hid via hazard, because the seed of the sprout, due to the fact that from an unseen smoke :fire isn't kuown. nor is it an illumination of hid gadgets based upon (the construction) of a cognition (having) its personal item, as .. • )), cpo Tib. , p. forty two. four. three The Buddhist perception of concomitance is that it represents an inva. riable and helpful connection. They then supply what they think t() be an exhaustiye, even supposing extremely simple, desk of all attainable logical connections. this is often a part of their basic concept in regards to the validity of information, pt'amatta-viniScayaviida, cpo above p. 7. Vinitadeva says, p. fifty eight. 2, that concomitance is an important bond, simply because such is the character of information, yatllii-p'1'arnii'! la-s~·abhiivena. there's a divergence all this aspect among the Buddhists and the N aiyiiyikas. The :first continue the II necessity)), (winiibha'l:a, nantariyaKatta, of invariable con- INFERENCE fifty three the latter) 1 (19. 3). for this reason the functionality of the logical mark, as a result of which it could create cognition of absent issues, is not anything else than the need of an invariable concomitance among (the perceived mark and) the absent item. (19. 4). It follows that the be aware «necessary» has to be talked about aU the 3 facets during which the mark manifests itself, on account that some of these 3 kinds, viz. 1. the optimistic concomitance of the mark with the deduced predicate, 2. its contraposition (or the inverted concomitance in their negations) and three. the presence of the hence characterised mark upon the topic of the belief - these types of 3 connections, given that they characterize the essence of the functionality played by way of a logical mark, has to be ascertained as being invaluable. (19. 6). The notice «presence)) (in the above definition) goals at except a (quite) unreal (non-existing) mark, as e. g. , the mark of being amenable to the experience of imaginative and prescient (in an inference just like the following one), Thesis.