Wisdom Publications (1989)

Arising and emptiness are the two essential Buddhist concepts, which when understood, lead to the highest school of Buddhist philosophy.
Keywords Mādhyamika (Buddhism  Dge-lugs-pa (Sect Doctrines  Pratītyasamutpāda  Sunyata
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Call number BQ7950.T754.L357 1989
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