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March 3, 2021 1:50 pm 1 pts
Match List I with List II. List I gives the four types of fallacies while List II explains their description. List I List I (A) Asidha Here the middle term is contradicted by another middle term. (I) Here the middle term is contradicted by some other pramāna and not by inference. (B) Savyabhichära C) Satpratipaksha D) Badhita (II) It is the fallacy of the irregular middle TV) It is the fallacy of the unproved middle Choose the correct answer from the options given below: (1) (A)-4D. (B)-0. C)-). D)-AV) (2) (A)-ID. B)-((V), (C)-D, (D)-) (3) (A)-). B)D. (C)-AV), D)-(ID 4) (A)-TV). B)-AID. (C)-D. D)-()
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It is a Hetvabhasa which occurs when the middle term is contradicted by some other pramana, other than inference, like, perception. One instance of Badhita fallacy is fire is cold,...
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This means that the sadhyasama middle is not a proved or an established fact, but an asiddha or unproved assumption. The fallacy of the asiddha occurs when the middle term is wrong...
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savyabhichara is irregular middle
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Savyabhichara: This is the fallacy of irregular hetu. Sadharana: The hetu is too wide. It is present in both sapaksa and vipaksa. `The hill has fire because it is knowable'.
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Badhita: It is a Hetvabhasa which occurs when the middle term is contradicted by some other pramana, other than inference, like, perception. One instance of Badhita fallacy is fire...