1. Donald R. Tuck (1996). Lacuna in Sankara Studies: A Thousand Teachings (Upadeśas Hasri). Asian Philosophy 6 (3):219 – 231.
    Abstract In an important text, A Thousand Teachings, sometimes overlooked by scholars, Sankara expounds non?dualist religion. This article analyses Sankara's thought for its theoretical and practical perspectives. First, the discussion views non?duality from the viewpoint of ignorance. This pluralistic/dualistic perspective obscures the unenlightened seeker's vision of the Ultimate Truth. Secondly, the study examines Sankara's introduction of a transitional idea, Unevolved Name?and?Form (avy?krte n?mar?pe). Such an idea assists the seeker's intellectual progress from the state of ignorance to a rational understanding leading (...)
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  2. Donald R. Tuck (1986). The Concept of Māyā in Śaṃkara and Radhakrishnan. Chanakya Publications.
     
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  3. Donald R. Tuck (1980). Oriental Philosophy. Teaching Philosophy 3 (3):367-370.
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