Does Candrakirti and Tsongkhapa interpret the three natures theory differently?

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Does Candrakirti and Tsongkhapa interpret the three natures theory differently?

Post by prsvrnc » Mon Mar 19, 2018 9:58 am

I'm curious whether or not there are differences in how Candrakirti and Tsongkhapa interpret the Yogacara three nature theory. I find some texts explicating the "Prasangika interpretation of the Three Natures" but I am unclear whether this includes Candrakirti or if he differed in some way from this interpretation. Does anyone have any information on this?
Also, does anyone have information -- PDFs, or books online -- that explicate the Prasangika interpretation of the Three Natures or Candrakirti's interpretation? I have some books I'll get on the subject if I have time but until then, I need sources I can access immediately online.
Thanks for any help!

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