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TitleThe Problem of Two Truths in Buddhism and Vedanta [electronic resource] / edited by Mervyn Sprung
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1973
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-2582-9
Descript 132 p. online resource

SUMMARY

It would be a bulky and intricate volume indeed that treated adequately of the problem of two truths in Buddhism and Vedanta: the present volume is slim and unpretentious. Not the less incisive, for that, it is hoped, but certainly neither systematic nor complete, and this in several senses. Not all schools of Buddhism are dealt with: Theravada, Indian Y ogacara, and the Logicians are missing among the Indian schools and there is no referยญ ence to Chinese and Japanese Buddhism. The Vedanta discussed is only Advaita (non-dualist), and that virtually limited to Sankara. Nor does the volume as a whole take up the problem of two truths thematically, though each paper raises the philosophical questions its author.thinks appropriate. The title 'The Problem of Two Truths in Buddhism and Vedanta' promยญ ises more than the book itself contains. The reason for this is given in the prefatory 'Note': each chapter is a paper read and discussed at a working conference. All the papers from the conference are here published, and no others. The book has thus the contours dictated by the availability of scholars at the time of the conference


CONTENT

Sa?v?ti and Param?rtha in M?dhyamika and Advaita Ved?nta -- The Significance of Prat?tyasamutp?da for Understanding the Relationship between Sa?v?ti and Paramรคrthasatya in N?g?rjuna -- The M?dhyamika Doctrine of Two Realities as a Metaphysic -- A Critique of the M?dhyamika Position -- The Nature of Sa?v?ti and the Relationship of Param?rtha to it in Sv?tantrika-M?dhyamika -- Is N?g?rjuna a Mah?y?nist? -- Sa?v?ti and Param?rtha in Yog?c?ra According to Tibetan Sources -- Some Uses and Implications of Advaita Ved?ntaโ{128}{153}s Doctrine of M?y? -- M?y? and the Discourse about Brahman


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