Abhidharmasamuccaya

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Abhidharmasamuccaya

Post by Nicholas Weeks » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:15 pm

Bodhisattva Asanga's classic work of definitions & descriptions:

http://www.fairfun.net/my3/panna_my/b%2 ... Rahula.pdf
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Re: Abhidharmasamuccaya

Post by Nicholas Weeks » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:39 pm

A book version from Asian Humanities Press with the translation by Sara Boin-Webb of the same Walpola Rahula's French translation is also available.

This one and the Gelongma's are so similar (in notes too) that one must have used the other a lot.
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