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The Buddhist Philosophy of the Middle: Essays on Indian and Tibetan Buddhist Madhyamaka (New)
by Ruegg, David S
Publisher: Wisdom Publications
Book ID: 9780861715909, 086171590X
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Since the 1950s, David Seyfort Ruegg, an independent scholar affiliated with school of Oriental and African studies at the University of London, has been publishing precise, informed, and seminal works on the history and philosophy of Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. Central to this highly regarded oeuvre has been his works on Madhyamaka philosophy, the core doctrine of Mahayana Buddhism that has animated thinkers for two millennia. Whether he's engaging in focused philological analysis, translating texts, or weighing in on larger trends in the field of Buddhist studies, Ruegg shows here why other scholars so often turn to him for insights and perspective. Drawing on decades of exhaustive and authoritative research and scholarship, The Buddhist Philosophy of the Middle is the product of a lifetime of work and dedication to the study and presentation of Buddhist philosophy. This volume of the Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism series is a gift to all who are interested in utilizing the wisdom of a masterful scholar and a profound tradition of thought.
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