By T. R. V. Murti
Publish 12 months note: First released in 1955
The Madhyamika philosophy is, within the author’s view, the philosophy which created a revolution in Buddhism and during that during the full diversity of Indian philosophy. This quantity is a examine of the Madhyamika philosophy in all its vital points and is split into 3 parts:
Historical: this strains the foundation and improvement of the Madhyamika philosophy.
The moment half concentrates on an entire and important exposition of the Madhyamika philosophy, the constitution of its dialectic, its belief of absolutely the and its ethics and religion.
The final a part of the e-book compares the Madhyamika with many of the recognized dialectical structures of the West (Kant, Hegel and Bradley) and undertakes a brief research of the several absolutisms (Madhyamika, Vijnanavada and the Vedanta).
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