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Question for: Jan 3, 2024

Since European scholars discovered and published his work Astadhyayi in the 19th century, what ancient Indian logician, Sanskrit philologist, grammarian, and revered scholar, whose life details are mostly uncertain (variously dated between 6th and 4th century BCE) is sometimes credited as being "the father of linguistics", but more certainly, the "first descriptive linguist"?