Buddhist Phenomenology: A Philosophical Investigation of Yogacara Buddhism and the Ch'eng Wei-shih Lun
A richly complex study of the Yogacara tradition of Buddhism, divided into five parts: the first on Buddhism and phenomenology, the second on the four basic models of Indian Buddhist thought, the third on karma, meditation and epistemology, the fourth on the Trimsika and its translations, and finally the fifth on the Ch'eng Wei-shih Lun and Yogacara in China.
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Chapter Seventeen Why Consciousness in Not Empty
Chapter Eighteen On Rūpa
Chapter Nineteen Externality
Chapter Twenty The Four Conditions
Chapter Twenty Three Is What is Ultimately Real Itself
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Abhidharma Abhidharmakośa action actually ālambana ālaya-vij˝āna alterity appropriation argue arises āsavas attained Awakening becomes Buddha Buddhaghosa Buddhist Candrakīrti causal cessation Ch'eng wei-shih lun chapter chih Chinese ching citta claim closure cognitive commentary consciousness constituted Delhi Dharmapāla dharmas dhyāna Dignāga discrimination discussion distinct doctrine emptiness epistemological existence experience external fasc Hence hsing HsŘan-tsang HsŘan-tsang's Translation Husserl hyle impermanence Indian intent interpretation jhāna j˝āna K'uei-chi karma karmic kleśa kuśala linguistic logic Madhyamaka Mahāyāna manas means meditative mental metaphysical mind Nāgārjuna Nikāya nirodha-samāpatti nirvāṇa notion object one's ontological Pāli Paramārtha paratantra parikalpita perceive perception Phenomenology Philosophy position praj˝ā praj˝apti pratītya-samutpāda Press problem realm rūpa samādhi samāpatti saṃskāra saṃvṛti sa˝˝ā Sanskrit schools seeds sensation sense sensory shih signifies Śīlabhadra skandhas soteric Sthiramati Sūtra svabhāva svabhāvic tathatā theory Theravādin things thought Tibetan Triṃśikā upādāna vāsanā Vasubandhu vedanā verse vij˝āna vij˝apti vij˝apti-mātra vipāka Yogācāra Yogācārabhūmi Yogācāric