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According to I. Ching`s report from India (A.D. 691), Mahayana Buddhism was divided into two schools, the Madhyamika and the Yogacara. The articles presented in this volume have one thing in common. Each one is a step towards establishing the relational Nature between Madhyamika and Yogacara. That is, according to Professor Nagao, the two Traditions are not separate and independent but each augment the other. The Madhyamika thought of sunyata was extended by the Yogacara by their system of the Three-nature theory that depended upon a Logic of convertibility. Throughtout these papers, Professor Nagao`s constant effort is to synthesize the two systems. Contents: Author`s Preface Introduction 1. Buddhist Subjectivity 2. An Interpretation of the Term "Samvrti" (Convention) in Buddhism 3. The Bodhisattva Returns to this World 4. The Silence of the Buddha and its Madhyamic Interpretation 5. What Remains in Sunyata : A Yogacara Interpretation of Emptiness 6. The Buddhist World View as Elucidated in the Three-nature Theory and Its Similies 7. Connotations of the Word Asraya (Basis) in the Mahayana-Sutralankara 8. Usages and Meanings of Parinamana 9. Tranquil Flow of Mind : An Interpretation of Upeksa 10. On the Theory of Buddha Body (Buddha-kaya) 11. Logic of Convertibility 12. Ontology in Mahayana Buddhism 13. From Madhyamika-to Yogacara : An Analysis of MMK, XXIY.18 and MV, 1.1-2 14. Ascent and Descent : Two Directional Activity in Buddhist Thought 15. Emptiness 16. Yogacara-A Reappraisal Printed Pages: 318. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 37506
Titel: Madhyamika and Yogacara: A Study of Mahayana...
Verlag: Sri Satguru Publications
Auflage: First edition.
Buchbeschreibung New York, SUNY, 1991. (XIV) 304 pp. Paperback. (SUNY series in buddhist studies) *good condition*. Artikel-Nr. [#614321]