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By TH. Stcherbatsky

Buddhist common sense unearths itself because the culminating element of an extended process Indian philosophic heritage. Its beginning, its progress and its decline run parallel with the start, the expansion and the decline of Indian civilisation. The time has come to think again the topic of Buddhist common sense in its historic connections. this can be performed in those volumes. within the copious notes the literary renderings are given the place wanted. this may let the reader to completely savor the occasionally huge, immense distance which lies among the phrases of the Sanskrit phraseology and their philosophic which means rendered based on our conduct of inspiration. The notes additionally comprise a philosophic remark of the translated texts. the 1st quantity incorporates a ancient cartoon in addition to a synthetical reconstruction of the complete edifice of the ultimate form of Buddhist philosophy. the second one quantity comprises the cloth in addition to the justification for this reconstruction.

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Preface, Abbreviations, creation, half I - truth and data (pramanya-vada), half II-The good global, Ch. 1 the speculation of instant being (ksanika-vada),Ch. II Causation (pratitya-samutpada), Ch. III. Sense-Perception (pratyaksam), Ch. IV - final truth (paramartha-sat), half III-The built global, Ch. I-Judgment, Ch. II - Inference, Ch. III - Syllogism (pararthanumanam), Ch. IV. Logical Fallacies, half IV - Negation, Ch. I-The damaging judgment, Ch. II. - The legislation of Contradiction, Ch. III-Universals, Ch. IV. Dialectic, half V-Reality of the exterior international, end, Indices, Appendix, Addenda et corrigenda. Preface, Appendices, Indices, Errata

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1. 1 Core difficulties of cooperation 33 intragroup trade and payments regimes, as compared to conditions in world markets. Two are critical: (1) the CMEA members transact among themselves primarily on the basis of BTPAs and (2) these transactions are on the whole conducted at TRPs and formally cleared through the IBEC's facilities. These impart hindrances to intragroup trade, though there are many other obstacles that explain the CMEA's malaise. Perhaps the most critical, certainly the one of longest standing, most obvious, and so far arguably the most intractable, obstacle has been on account of the TRP regime.

With the CMEA economies undergoing protracted structural adjustments from the central planning environment to a situation in which economic scarcities get increasingly reflected in macro- and microeconomic policies, however, during the transition phase there is every likelihood that pressure to export, largely for balance-of-payments reasons, will gain ascendancy for some time over the eventual recognition of the need to export profitably. For those countries under the 1 According to interviews in Budapest and Prague in late 1989 and in Warsaw in early 1990, such calculations are based on repricing actual TRP trade at comparable WMPs, however assessed, and estimating the change in the trade balance.

24 1. Eastern Europe in transition largest external payments pressures, whether or not they are in the vanguard of moving toward full marketization, this drive to export almost regardless of cost may in the end be more intense than for others that still enjoy somewhat greater policy leeway. 2. DOMESTIC ECONOMIC REFORMS Well before the recent events in Eastern Europe, the drift toward enacting measures that would in time bring about an indirect economic coordination mechanism - a more market-oriented environment, if you wish - was unmistakable.

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