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Etymologies Of What Can(not) Be Said: Candrakīrti On Conventions and Elaborations
Author Salvini, Mattia (著)
Source Journal of Indian Philosophy
Volumev.47 n.4
Pages661 - 695
Publisher Url
LocationBerlin, Germany [柏林, 德國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NoteAuthor Affiliations: Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand
KeywordMadhyamaka; Buddhist philosophy; Etymology
Table of contentslokasaṁvṛti 662
loka 662
loka in the Ratnakūṭa Sūtra 663
Valid Conventions in Madhyamakāvatāra 6.24-26 666
Reconsidering the Ratnakūṭa Quote: A World of Degrees 668
saṁvṛti 672
saṁvṛti as Mutual Dependence 673
saṁvṛti as Convention 673
Pāli Disclaimer 674
prapañca 674
A Basic Etymology from the Root pac/pañc 675
prapañca/papañca in Non-Mahāyāna Sources 675
prapañca in Mahāyāna Sources 676
Candrakīrti on prapañca 678
Candrakīrti’s Inventory of Elaborations 678
Reality Without Elaborations 681
Elaborations and the Buddha 684
Elaborations and the Dharma 686
Conclusions 687
ISSN00221791 (P); 15730395 (E)
Created date2019.10.24
Modified date2023.09.22

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