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A Semiotic Approach To Wisdom In Chinese Madhyamika Buddhism

Postby dzogchungpa » Thu Apr 18, 2013 7:36 pm

Haven't read this yet, but it looks interesting:
Bocking and Wang - Signs Of Liberation?—A Semiotic Approach To Wisdom In Chinese Madhyamika Buddhism
http://www.scribd.com/doc/136621724/Signs-of-Liberation-A-Semiotic-Approach-to-Wisdom-in-Chinese-Madhyamika-Buddhism
Note that, in the higher tantras, there is talk of a self and an I, even though in the lower teachings the absence of self and the absence of I is what is always proclaimed. - Tony Duff
If we have to have a soul, it might as well be vidya, it is after all, permanent, unconditioned, a knower, stainless, and free from the three realms. But If we don't have to have one, vidya still has these characteristics. It is our essenceless essence. - a certain Gemini
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