Better just to dismiss such charges of "plagiarism" as anachronistic.) After providing some context for viewing Hemacandra as a proponent of the Ras a-dh vani school, the introduction provides an overview of the contents of the two chapters (viz., the nature of poetry, its goals, the genius behind it, the emotions, suggestion, and their mutual interactions. [...] regarding a passage in the Viveka on Sankuka's position on how rasa is inferred through an imitation, the translation identifies four potential objections, the final being: "Oder infolge einer uerung des Weisen Bharata?" (KA 2.1, p. 161).
338 Journal of the American Oriental Society 128.2 (2008) What the upper shrine meant to its contemporary designers we may
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