By Paul Williams
From a box basically of curiosity to professional orientalists, the examine of Buddhism has constructed to include inter alia, theology and non secular reviews, philosophy, cultural reports, anthropology and comparative stories. there's now higher direct entry to Buddhism within the West than ever sooner than, and Buddhist experiences are attracting expanding numbers of students.
This eight-volume set brings jointly seminal papers in Buddhist experiences from an unlimited variety of educational disciplines, released during the last 40 years. With a brand new advent by way of the editor, this assortment is a distinct and unrivalled study source for either pupil and scholar.
VOLUME V YOGACARA, THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL
TRADITION AND TATHAGATAGARBHA
59 once more on Dharmakirti's deviation from Dignaga on
60 the world of enlightenment in Vijiiaptimiitratii: the
formulation of the "Four forms of natural Dharmas"
N zero RIA ok I H AKA may perhaps A (Translated from the japanese via John Keenan)
61 Realism and the philosophy of consciousness-only
62 Diimaga's perspectives on reasoning (sviirthiinumiina)
RICHARD P. HAYES
63 at the thought of intrinsic choice of universal
concomitance in Buddhist logic
YUICHI KAJIY AMA
64 Controversy among the siikiira- and niriikiira-viidins of the
Yogacara college- a few materials
YUICHI KAJIY AMA
65 3 different types of confirmation and sorts of negation in
66 unique purity and the point of interest of early Y ogaciira
JOHN P. KEENAN
67 The that means of "mind-only" (wei-hsin): an research of a
sinitic Mahayana phenomenon
68 Sinitic speculations on Buddha-nature: the Nirval)a
school ( 420-589)
69 The doctrine of the Buddha-nature within the Mahayana
70 l. a. philosophie bouddhique idealiste
71 The non secular position of the epistemological culture in
72 On sapak!ja
TOM J.F. TILLEMANS
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L ca. l. , p. 88, II. lkiira IX. 56-76" in The Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies, vol. XX, No. I, pp. 4 73-465. , p. 33). For these six meanings, see Takasaki Jikido, "Description of the Ultimate Reality by means of the Six Categories in Mahayana Buddhism," in The Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies, vol. 2, pp. 24-33. These words are translated as don rnam pa bdun in the Tibetan translation of Sthiramati's commentary. lkiira, but I have been unable to locate the reference. , Saddharmapu1J4arlka, and so forth.
Aviparyiisiinukiilii bhavati/ suvisuddha-dharmadhiitu-ni:}yandiiyii/:1 sruta-viisaniiyii utpanniit). , p. 186, II. 5-7) Thus conscious practice, as unfailing, establishes miirga-vyavadiina. See note 65. , p. 30, II. 8-9. , the severance of the five marks. See Dharmadharmatiivibhiiga (Yamaguchi Susumu's "Mirokuz6 Ho-Hossho Fumbetsuron," in Yamaguchi Susumu Bukkyogaku Bunshii, I, p. 189 and pp. 195-196, note 17). , ch. VIII, sec. , No. , p. 139, II. 10--26). It is in this regard that tat-pr:}fhalabdha-jniina takes as its object nirvikalpa-jnana.
137-139, chapter IV, section 195b). , p. 49). , No. , No. 5530, Bi, 84b3-4) are identical. , the unequalled object, the unequalled practice, and the unequalled result. (T. 31, p. , No. $ii-traya). $m:za). The characteristic of the knowable, as that which is to be known with certitude, is the actual real (dngos su rang gi ngo bas) known object. The basis of the knowable is the object as point of support. The result of such practice are the two pre-eminent elements of severance and wisdom, and thus they are explained last.