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philosophy of Na ga rjuna.

Vicente Fatone

philosophy of Na ga rjuna.

by Vicente Fatone

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Published by Motilal Banarsidass in Delhi .
Written in English

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  • Na ga rjuna.

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    Open LibraryOL14455423M

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xvii, pages): illustrations: Contents: A fragment of the Indian philosophical tradition: theory of Prama?n?a / J.N. Mohanty --Na?ga?rjuna as anti-realist / Mark Siderits --Introduction to Gan?ges?a's theory of truth / Jitendranath Mohanty --Dharmaki?rti's theory of truth / Shoryu Katsura --Does Indian. Madhyamaka. See also Andrew P. Tuck, Comparative Philosophy and the Philosophy of Scholar-ship: On the Western Interpretation of Na¯ga¯rjuna (New York: Oxford University Press, ), 42–47; J. W. de Jong, A Brief History of Buddhist Studies in Europe and America (Tokyo: Ko¯sei.

    this book. The theory of the “two truths”—the conventional and the ultimate—is of prominent importance to the central philosophical school of Maha¯ya¯na Bud-dhism, the Madhyamaka. This school, founded by Na¯ga¯rjuna at the beginning of the third century CE, teaches the doctrine of emptiness, the fact that all. LOGIC AND INFERENCE IN INDIAN PHILOSOPHY By the fifth century BCE great social change was taking place in India and a period of intense intellectual activity came into being. Rational inquiry into a wide range of topics was under way, including agriculture, architecture, astronomy, grammar, law, logic, mathematics, medicine, phonology, and statecraft.

    There are expansive, up-to-date overviews of all the important sub-disciplines such as ethics, epistemology, metaphysics, philosophy of mind and logic. No other reference work on philosophy contains so many entries on related subjects such as cognitive science, linguistics, theology, law, history of science and literature. Get this from a library! Metaphysics. [Roy W Perrett;] ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource (xviii, pages).


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Philosophy. In his first sermon, the Buddha prescribed a “middle way” between the extremes of self-indulgence and self-mortification. Nagarjuna, citing an early sutra, expanded the notion of the middle way into the philosophical sphere, identifying a middle way between existence and nonexistence, or between permanence and annihilation.

to put Na¯ga¯rjuna’s philosophy of emptiness (s´u¯nyata¯) to the test of critical reason. The result, according to Burton, is a resounding failure: Na¯ga¯rjuna’s arguments, he claims, are generally fallacious, and their most significant conclusions philosophi.

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Burton describes his project as twofold: the ``ascertainment'' and ``appraisal'' of ´¯ Na ¯ rjuna's philosophy of sunyata. By giving a thorough exposition of Nagarjuna's ¯ga ¯ ¯ ¯ ´¯ understanding of sunyata Burton ambitiously hopes to resolve debates between the ¯ many competing interpretations of Nagarjuna's thought.

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