Linked bibliography for the SEP article " Tibetan Epistemology and Philosophy of Language" by Pascale Hugon

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A. Sources and translations

1. Pre-classical period

The available resources for the early period include the works by Ngok Lo-den-shay-rab, Cha-ba, Tsang-nak-ba, Tsur-tön Shön-nu-seng-gay (mTshur ston gZhon nu seng ge) and Chu-mik-ba, as well as an anonymous summary that dates to the time of Cha-ba. No translations are available apart from some passages analyzed in the studies mentioned under B.

2. Classical and post-classical period (selective list)

B. General modern studies

For an introduction to the pre-classical and classical period, see:

The most extensive general study of the classical and post-classical period is:

C. Specific modern studies

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