Ocean of Nectar: Wisdom and Compassion in Mahayana Buddhism

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Motilal Banarsidass Publishe, 2000 - Compassion - 592 pages
Ocean of Nectar is first complete commentary in English to Chandrakirti`s classic Guide to the Middle Way, one of the most important scriptures in Mahayan Buddhism and regsrded to this day as the principal text on emptiness, the ultimate nature of reality. In this long-awaited major work Geshe kelsang provides an entirely new translation of Chandrakirti`s verse masterpiece and explains with outstanding clarity the philosophical reasoning establishing Budda`s most profound view of the middle way.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Grounds and Paths
31
Emptiness and Liberation
47
The Perfection of Giving
61
Luminous
89
Radiant
117
Approaching
139
Identifying the Negated Object
155
Selflessness of Persons
291
The Divisions of Emptiness
351
Gone Afar
387
The Good Qualities of the Ten Grounds
401
Resultant Grounds
407
Conclusion
441
Dedication
447
A Brief Summary of Buddhist Tenets
537

Refuting Production from Self
175
The Two Truths
197
The Good Qualities of this Refutation
217
The Meaning of this Refutation
275
Glossary
560
Bibliography
571
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