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Framing Intellectual and Lived Spaces in Early South Asia
In his Presuppositions of India's Philosophies, Karl H. Potter systematically outlines and classifies various models of causality that have emerged in the history of Indian philosophy. 1 He describes the Jaina model of causality as an attempt to steer the middle course between what are commonly referred to as two principal competing Indian philosophical doctrines on the nature of causal relations, namely, sat-kārya-vāda and asat-kārya-vāda. According to the first, an effect is a continuation ofdoi:10.1515/9783110557176-008 fatcat:ifxqtq3ksjdqdlh7xejltbgx3a