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52. Sabda nitya cakshushatvat - which type of hetvabhasa is committed in the above inference

1. Sadharana savyabhicara

2. Viruddha

3. Svarupasiddha

4. Satpratipaksha

53. Given below are some states of affairs. Which one indicates the state of affairs where anumiti is not possible according to nyaya epistemology ?

1. The absence of the will to infer accompanied by the absence of siddhi

2. The absence of will to infer accompanied by the presence of siddhi

3. The presence of will to infer accompanied by the absence of siddhi

4. The presence of will to infer accompanied by the presence of siddhi

54. Given below are two statements- one is labelled as assertion (A) and the other as reason ®

Assertion: If one takes care of the means, the end will take care of itself.

Reason: End justify the means

Choose the correct option in reference to the philosophy of Gandhi

1. Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A

2. Both A and R are true and R is not the correct explanation of A

3. A is true and R is false

4. A is false and R is true

55. Given below are some characteristics of God in Vaisesika school

I. Samavayikarana of the world

II. Nimittakarana of the world

III. Paramatman

IV. Nimittakarana of the Vedas

Select the correct options

1. I, II, III and IV

2. II, III and IV only

3. III and IV only

4. I and II only

56. Choose the correct option for the symbolisation of the following

All women are brave

Some humans are women

Therefore, some human is brave

1.

Therefore,

2.

Therefore,

3.

Therefore,

4.

Therefore,

57. Match the two lists

List I

a. Akhyativada

b. Asatkhyativada

c. Atmakhyativada

d. Viparitakhyativada

List II

i. Nagarjuna

ii. Vasabandhu

iii. Kumarila

iv. Prabhakara

Select the correct option;

1. i, ii, iii, iv

2. ii, i, iii, iv

3. iv, i, ii, iii

4. iv, ii, i, iii

58. The characteristics of any deductive argument whose premises of true would provide conclusive grounds for the truth of its conclusion is called

1. Implication

2. Truth value

3. Validity

4. Modus Ponens

59. Proofs in propositional logic using the rules of inference are called

1. Natural deduction

2. Rules of inference

3. Elementary valid argument

4. Laws of thought