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A Road Less Traveled. Felicitation Volume in Honor of John Taber
Author Eltschinger, Vincent (編) ; Kellner, Birgit (編) ; Mills, Ethan (編) ; Ratié, Isabelle (編)
PublisherArbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien=Association for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url
LocationWien, Austria [維也納, 奧地利]
SeriesWSTB Monograph Series
Series No.100
Content type書籍=Book
Note1. WSTB: Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde
2. The Open Access publication of this volume was financially supported by the Austrian Academy of Sciences.
AbstractThis felicitation volume in honor of John Taber is a tribute to an outstanding scholar of classical Indian philosophy. The individual contributions cover a broad range of philosophical currents, including Buddhist epistemology as well as several Hindu currents (Mīmāṃsā, Vedānta, Sāṃkhya); they exhibit philosophical as well as historical and philological approaches. To honor Taber’s close relationship with the landscape of New Mexico, the volume has a cover image by Georgia O’Keeffe, “Black Mesa Landscape / Out Back of Marie’s II, 1930”.
Table of contentsIntroduction ix
Publications of John A. Taber xvii
Dan Arnold, Location, Location, Location! Thoughts on the Significance of a Grammatical Point for Some Mādhyamika Arguments 1
Hugo David, Action Theory and Scriptural Exegesis in Early AdvaitaVedānta (3): Maṇḍana Miśra on Ontology, Time and Commandment 37
Vincent Eltschinger, Dharmakīrti on the Origin of Suffering. An Annotated Translation of PV 2.179–189 95
Christopher Framarin and Stephen Harris, Pleasure, Desire, and Welfare in Buddhist and Hindu Texts 127
Eli Franco, The Bhāvikāraṇavāda of Jitāri. A Tenth-Century Buddhist Treatise on Backward Causation 147
Elisa Freschi, Mīmāṃsā between Epistemology and Hermeneutics: The History of Arthāpatti 175
Alessandro Graheli, Epistemology Meets Poetry: Jayanta on Dhvani 219
Kunio Harikai, Kumārila on Sādhuśabda 247
Matthew T. Kapstein, The *Madhyamakaprajñāvatāra of a Late Candrakīrti 269
Kei Kataoka, Bhāviveka and Kumārila on Omniscience and Scripture: Reconsidering the New Chronology 279
Ethan Mills, "Prapañca" in Gauḍapāda and Nāgārjuna 301
Roy W. Perrett, Moral Motivation and Hindu Ethics 325
Isabelle Ratié, A History of Time in the Sāṃkhya Tradition 341
Ernst Steinkellner, Analyse einer Sammelhandschrift von Werken Dharmakīrtis 421
Tom J. F. Tillemans, Reversing Śāntarakṣita's Argument. Or Do Mādhyamikas Derive Part-Whole Contradictions in All Things? 443
Alex Watson, Jayanta on the Question of God’s Existence 471
Kiyotaka Yoshimizu, Jaimini, Bādari, and Bādarāyaṇa in the Mīmāṃsāsūtra and the Brahmasūtra 505
Contributors 541
Created date2022.03.15
Modified date2022.03.17

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