The Method of Early Advaita Vedānta: A Study of Gauḍapāda, Śaṅkara, Sureśvara, and Padmapāda
This is a unique work discussing the teachings of four of the great Advaita Acaryas : Gaudapada, Sankara, and histwo disciples, Suresvara and Padmapada. The first three chapters are concerned with the teachings of Gaudapada. These chapters refer to most o
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Gaudapadas Teachings in relation to Buddhist Thought
Gaudapadas Teaehings in relation to Buddhist Thought
2 Gaudapada and Yogacara
accept according Advaita Vedanta Advaitins Anandagiri appearance arise Atman avidya avidyS become beginningless Bhattacharya Bhavaviveka Brahman Brahmasutra Brhadaranyaka Upanisad BSBh BUBh BUBhV Buddhist Candrakirti changeless chapter cognition commentary consciousness creation deep sleep Delhi dependent origination dharma discussion distinction duality empirical existence experience expression external Gaudapada says Gaudapadakarika GKBh Hacker Ibid idea identical individual soul jiva karika Karmarkar laksanS liberation limiting adjuncts Lindtner line 10f line 8f Lord Madhyamaka Mahayana Mandukya mantra material cause means of knowledge mind mithya mithyS Motilal Banarsidass Nagarjuna namarupa name-and-form nature negation non-dual object ontological op.cit other-dependent Padmapada passage perception person perspective Philosophy prakrti pure Awareness reality reason refers reveal Saccidanandendra saguna Brahman samadhi Sarikara says Sarikhya seen sense sentence sruti statement superimposition Suresvara svara teaching texts things tradition truth turiya tvam ultimate unborn understanding unmanifest unreal Upanisads Veda verse waking and dream waking world Yogacara