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    INTERPRETATION OF THE BUDDHA LAND INTERPRETATION OF THE BUDDHA LAND
    by Bandhuprabha

    The Interpretation of the Buddha Land (Buddhabhumyupadesa) is a commentary on the Scripture on the Buddha Land (Buddhabhumi Sutra). This scripture consists of an introductory description of the setting in which it was preached by the Buddha; the main body of the texr, which treats the five factors that constitute a Buddha Land, i.e., the PureDharma Realm and the four wisdoms: mirror wisdom, equality wisdom, discernement wisdom, and duty-fulfillment wisdom; and a cloncluding section of two illustrative similes and four summary verses.

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  • JNANAGARBHA'S COMMENTARY on Just the Maitreya Chapter from the Samdhinirmocana-sutra JNANAGARBHA'S COMMENTARY on Just the Maitreya Chapter from the Samdhinirmocana-sutra
    by Powers

    Study, Translation and Tibetan Text
    The Commentary on Just the Maitreya Chapter from the Samdhinirmocana-sutra, attributed to the Indian Buddhist master Jnanagarbha, is an important work of early Indian Buddhist philosophy. As the title indicates, it focuses on the eighth chapter of the sutra, "The Question of Maitreya", one of the seminal scriptural sources for Indian Buddhist meditation theory

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  • MADHYAMIKA AND YOGACARA: A Study of Mahayana Philosophies MADHYAMIKA AND YOGACARA: A Study of Mahayana Philosophies
    by Gadjin M. Nagao

    "It ties together for the first time the two primary schools of Indian Mahayana tradition. Nagao's insights have been valued by Japanese scholars all along and only recently have Western scholars appreciated them. This offers a complete picture of his novel deliberations, showing a first-rate thinker at work."
    --------Kenneth Inada, State University of New York

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  • MIND ONLY: A Philosophical and Doctrinal Analysis of the Vunanavada MIND ONLY: A Philosophical and Doctrinal Analysis of the Vunanavada
    by Thomas Wood

    The Vijnanavadins have long been characterized as believing in an Absolute. Thomas Wood investigates the extent- to which this characterization is true. Through a detailed analysis of some of their fundamental texts, Dr. Wood. demonstrates that the Vijnanavadins were in fact ambivalent and in some cases even inconsistent in their philosophical views on this point.

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  • OCEAN OF ELOQUENCE: Tsong kha pa's Commentary on the YOGACARA DOCTRINE OF MIND OCEAN OF ELOQUENCE: Tsong kha pa's Commentary on the YOGACARA DOCTRINE OF MIND
    by Gareth Sparham

    This book is of particular interest because it shows the presence of the Yogacara (Mind Only) school in Tibet. It is well known that the Madhyamaka school flourished in Tibet, but less well known that Yogacara doctrines were also studied and practiced. The former school stresses the inexpressible ultimate; the latter, the natural luminosity of mind. This is probably the best introduction to the distinctive eight consciousnesses systems of Yogacara. It also makes understandable the different meanings of the profound alaya-vijnana (the storehouse consciousness, or basis of all) that is the pivotal eighth consciousness in their system.

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  • REBIRTH AND CAUSATION IN THE YOGACARA ABHIDHARMA REBIRTH AND CAUSATION IN THE YOGACARA ABHIDHARMA
    by Robert Kritzer

    Rebirth and Causation in the Yogacara Abhidharma

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  • SCRIPTURE ON THE EXPLICATION OF UNDERLYING MEANING SCRIPTURE ON THE EXPLICATION OF UNDERLYING MEANING


    The Scripture on the Explication of the Underlying Meaning (Samdhinirmocana Sutra) is a foundational text in the development of Yogacara thinking in India. It was apparently composed in the second century C.E. It ranks as the initial source for much basic Yogacara thinking, because it presents the first Yogacara attempt to develop a hermeneutic for interpreting the Prajnaparamita (Perfection of Wisdom) literature.

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  • SPEECH OF DELIGHT: Mipham's Commentary on Shantarakshita's Ornament of the Middle Way SPEECH OF DELIGHT: Mipham's Commentary on Shantarakshita's Ornament of the Middle Way
    by Ju Mipham Rinpoche, trans. by Thomas Doctor

    Shantarakshita's Madhyamakalamkara is a condensed presentation of later India "Middle Way" philosophy and is structured around one recurring theme, namely, the impossibility of entities being consistently analyzable as either single individuals (i.e., wholes) or plural comsposites (parts). In contrast to Shantarakshita's encyclopedic and multifaceted treatment of Indian philosophy in his well-known Tattvasamgraha, the tour de force of his Madhyamakalamkara is to see all the seemingly diverse Buddhist and non-Buddhist ontoligies as hinging on failed attempts to solve part-whole problems.

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  • SUMMARY OF THE GREAT VEHICLE SUMMARY OF THE GREAT VEHICLE
    by Asanga / John P. Keenan, Tr.

    This book is perhaps the most representative text of the Yogacara school of Mahayana Buddhism. Yogacara, together with Madhyamika, laid the foundation for subsequent Mahayana thinking.
    [...] The Summary presents the classic argument for the basic Yogacara themes on conscious interiority, attempting to reinterpret within this context the general Mahayana teachings of emptiness and dependent co-arising.

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  • THREE TEXTS ON CONSCIOUSNESS ONLY THREE TEXTS ON CONSCIOUSNESS ONLY
    by Hsuan-tsang / Vasubandhu

    "Demonstration of Consciousness Only" by Hsuan-tsang
    The name of the text translated as "Demonstration of Consciousness Only" is Ch'eng wei-shih lun. Its author was a Chinese monk-scholar Hsuan-tsang (600-64), who also translated about seventy-five Sanskrit Buddhist texts.
    The Ch'eng wei-shih lun is presented simply as a translation of Vasubandhu's "Verses" and the commentaries, but in fact Hsuan-tsang was selective in his use and the commentaries; he seems to have decided that Dharmapala's interpretation of the "Verses" was the correct one. Consequently of the ten commentaries, only three are consistently used, with a fourth occasionally appearing.

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