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Huifeng wrote:How much "Mahayana abhidharmic literature" can there be?
I don't know exactly ....
By name, only the Abhidharma-samuccaya comes to mind. Or do you refer to the northern Sarvastivada / Vaibhasika etc. Abhidharma literature, eg. the Kosa?
I do mean Vasubandhu's Abhidharmakosa + Asanga and other Mahayana writers detailing Buddhist "psychology", working of phenomena, etc.
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