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Raghunatha Siromani

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Raghunatha Shiromani
Born1477 (1477)
Died1547 (aged 69–70)
Alma materAncient Mithila University
Occupation(s)Philosopher and logician Head of the Ancient Mithila University
Notable workNavya Nyaya School of Indian Philosophy
Era13th century - 14th century
SchoolNyaya School of Indian Philosophy
InstitutionsThe Navya Nyāya school

Raghunatha Shiromani (Bengali: রঘুনাথ শিরোমণি, IAST: Raghunātha Śiromaṇi) (c. 1477–1547[1]) was an Indian philosopher and logician. He was the head ( The Chancellor ) of the Ancient Mithila University also known as Mithila Vidyapeeth.[2] He was born in a brahmin family at Nabadwip in present-day Nadia district of West Bengal state. He was the grandson of Śulapāṇi (c. 14th century CE), a noted writer on Smṛti from his mother's side. He was a pupil of Vāsudeva Sārvabhauma. He brought the new school of Nyaya, Navya Nyāya, representing the final development of Indian formal logic, to its zenith of analytic power.

Raghunatha's analysis of relations revealed the true nature of number, inseparable from the abstraction of natural phenomena, and his studies of metaphysics dealt with the negation or nonexistence of a complex reality. His most famous work in logic was the <span title="International Alphabet of Sanskrit transliteration"><i lang="sa-Latn">Tattvacintāmaṇidīdhiti</i></span>, a commentary on the Tattvacintāmaṇi of Gangeśa Upādhyāya, founder of the Navya Nyāya school.

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  1. ^ Vidyabhusana, Satis Chandra (2006) [1920]. A History of Indian Logic: Ancient, Mediaeval, and Modern Schools. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass. p. 463. ISBN 81-208-0565-8.
  2. ^ "The Sunday Tribune - Spectrum". Retrieved 6 February 2022.

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