Pratityasamutpada in Eastern and Western Modes of Thought

We should be cautious about hastily translating the Sanskrit term ‘pratityasamutpada’ before having understood the full spectrum of its meaning. Thus, rather than dealing with the abstract term pratityasamutpada, this paper will work with the images which Nagarjuna used to illustrate his concepts. The images are evidences of relations, intervals and intermediate states
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