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A. Sources and translations

In this section of the Bibliography, the order of the works listed is based on the alphabetical order of the root Tibetan letter of the first syllable of the author's name.

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.

  • Anonymous (attributed to Klong chen Rab ʼbyams pa)(12th or 13th c.). Tshad maʼi de kho na nyid bsdus pa. Ed. by Padma tshul khrims, Chengdu, 2000: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang. (Scholar)
  • Chu mig pa Seng ge dpal (ca. 1200–1270). gZhan gyi phyogs thams cad las rnam par rgyal ba. bKaʼ gdams gsung ʼbum phyogs bsgrigs thengs gnyis pa/gsum pa. Ed. dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib ʼjug khang, Chengdu, 2007: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, vol. 45, 11–163 and Chengdu, 2009: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, vol. 87, 315–448. (Scholar)
  • rNgog Lo tsā ba Blo ldan shes rab (1059–1109). Tshad ma rnam nges kyi dkaʼ baʼi gnas rnam par bshad pa. Ed. by Sun Wenjing, Qinghai, 1994: Krung goʼi bod kyi shes rig dpe skrun khang. (Scholar)
  • Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge (1109–1169). Tshad ma yid kyi mun pa sel pa. bKaʼ gdams gsung ʼbum phyogs bsgrigs thengs dang po. Ed. dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib ʼjug khang, Chengdu, 2006: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, vol. 8, 434–626. (Scholar)
  • Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge (1109–1169). Tshad ma rnam par nges paʼi ʼgrel bshad yi ge dang rigs paʼi gnad la ʼjug paʼi shes rab kyi ʼod zer. bKaʼ gdams gsung ʼbum phyogs bsgrigs thengs dang po. Ed. dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib ʼjug khang, Chengdu, 2006: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, vol. 8, 35–427. (Scholar)
  • gTsang drug pa rDo rje ʼod zer (ca. 13th c.). Yang dag rigs paʼi gsal byed sgron ma. bKaʼ gdams gsung ʼbum phyogs bsgrigs thengs gnyis pa. Ed. dPal brtsegs bod yig dpe rnying zhib ʼjug khang, Chengdu, 2007: Si khron mi rigs dpe skrun khang, vol. 47, 11–165. (Scholar)
  • gTsang nag pa brTson ʼgrus seng ge (?–after 1195). Tshad ma rnam par nges paʼi ṭi ka legs bshad bsdus pa. Otani University Tibetan Works Series, Volume II, Kyoto, 1989: Rinsen Book Co. (Scholar)
  • mTshur ston gZhon nu seng ge (ca. 1150–1210). Tshad ma shes rab sgron ma. Ed. by P. Hugon, Vienna, 2004: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 60). (Scholar)

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

  • ʼJam dbyangs mChog lha ʼod zer (1429–1500). Rwa stod bsdus grwa = Tshad ma rnam ʼgrel gyi bsdus gzhung shes byaʼi sgo ʼbyed rgol ngan glang po ʼjoms pa gdong lngaʼi gad rgyangs rgyu rig lde mig. In Rwa stod bsdus grwa, Dharamsala, 1980. (Scholar)
  • Sa skya Paṇḍita Kun dgaʼ rgyal mtshan (1182–1251). Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter and Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter gyi rang gi ʼgrel pa.
    • Edition of the complete text: Ed. by Nor brang o rgyan in Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter gyi rang gi ʼgrel pa, Lhasa, 1989: Bod ljongs mi dmangs dpe skrun khang. (Scholar)
    • Edition and Japanese translation of chapters 1–5: Yoichi Fukuda, Seiji Kimura, Hiroaki Arai. Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter of Sa skya Paṇḍita Chapter 1/2/3/4a/4b/5. Text, Translation and Notes, Chibetto ronrigaku kenkyū 1–6 {Studies in Tibetan Logic Vol. 1/2/3/4/5/6}, Tokyo, 1989/1990/1991/1992/1993/1994: The Tōyō Bunko (Studia Tibetica 17/19/21/25/27/29).
    • Edition and French translation of chapter 4 and of the beginning of chapter 10: Pascale Hugon. Trésors du raisonnement. Sa skya Paṇḍita et ses prédécesseurs tibétains sur les modes de fonctionnement de la pensée et le fondement de l'inférence. Edition et traduction annotée du quatrième chapitre et d'une section du dixième chapitre du Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter. Vienna, 2008: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 69.2). (Scholar)
  • (Attributed to) Tsong kha pa Blo bzang grags pa (1357–1419). sDe bdun la ʼjug paʼi sgo don gnyer yid kyi mun sel. In Collected Works of Tsong kha pa – Khams gsum chos kyi rgyal po Tsong kha pa chen poʼi gsung ʼbum, Tashi lhunpo edition, published by Ngag dbang dge legs de mo, Delhi, 1975–79 (Ge den sung rab mi nyam gyun phel series 79–105), vol. Tsha, 1a-25b. (Scholar)

B. General modern studies

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

  • Steinkellner, Ernst (2006). “The Buddhist Tradition of Epistemology and Logic (tshad ma) and Its Significance for Tibetan Civilisation,” in Andre Gingrich and Guntram Hazod (eds.), Der Rand und die Mitte, Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 193–210. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (1983). Contributions to the Development of Tibetan Buddhist Epistemology, Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (1989). “An Introduction to Gtsang-nag-pa's Tshad-ma rnam-par nges-paʼi ṭi-ka legs-bshad bsdus-pa. An Ancient Commentary on Dharmakīrti's Pramāṇaviniścaya, Otani University Collection No.13971.” Introduction to the facsimile edition of the text in Otani University Tibetan Works Series, Volume II, Kyoto: Rinsen Book Co., 1–33. (Scholar)

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

C. Specific modern studies

  • Dreyfus, Georges B.J. (1991). “Dharmakīrti's Definition of Pramāṇa and Its Interpreters,” in Ernst Steinkellner (ed.), Studies in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition. Proceedings of the Second International Dharmakīrti Conference. Vienna, June 11–16, 1989, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 19–38. (Scholar)
  • Dreyfus, Georges B.J. (1992). “Universals in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism,” in Ihara, S. and Yamaguchi, Z. (eds.), Tibetan Studies, Proceedings of the Fifth Seminar of the IATS, Narita 1989, Narita, 29–46. (Scholar)
  • Dreyfus, Georges B.J. (1999). “Getting Oriented in the Tibetan Tradition: a Contribution,” in Katsura, Sh. (ed.), Dharmakīrti's Thought and Its Impact on Indian and Tibetan Philosophy. Proceedings of the Third International Dharmakīrti Conference. Hiroshima, November 4–6, 1997, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 37–46. (Scholar)
  • Gold, Jonathan (2007). The Dharma's Gatekeepers: Sakya Pandita on Buddhist Scholarship in Tibet, N.Y.: State University of New York Press. Chapter 3, 45–53. (Scholar)
  • Hugon, Pascale (2008). Trésors du raisonnement. Sa skya Paṇḍita et ses prédécesseurs tibétains sur les modes de fonctionnement de la pensée et le fondement de l'inférence. Edition et traduction annotée du quatrième chapitre et d'une section du dixième chapitre du Tshad ma rigs paʼi gter. Vienna: Arbeitskreis für tibetische und buddhistische Studien (Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde 69.1). (Scholar)
  • Hugon, Pascale (2009)[2010]. “The Origin of the Theory of Definition and its Place in Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge's Philosophical System,” in Hugon, P. and Vose, K., (eds.), Tibetan scholasticism in the 11th and 12th centuries. Contributions to a panel at the XVth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies. Atlanta, 23–28 June 2008, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 32(1–2): 319–368.
  • Hugon, Pascale (2011). “Phya pa's Views on Perception,” in Krasser, H., Lasic, H., Franco, E., Kellner, B. (eds.), Religion and Logic in Buddhist Philosophical Analysis. Proceedings of the Fourth Dharmakīrti Conference. Vienna, August 23–27, 2005, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 159–176. (Scholar)
  • Hugon, Pascale (2014). “Tracing the Early Developments of Tibetan Epistemological Categories in rNgog Blo ldan shes rab’s (1059–1109) Concise Guide to the Nyāyabinduṭīkā,” Journal of Tibetology, 9: 194–234. (Scholar)
  • Kapstein, Matthew (2000). The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism. Conversion, Contestation, and Memory, New York: Oxford University Press. See in particular pp. 89–97. (Scholar)
  • Ottmer, Eva (2003). Finger, die auf den Mond zeigen: eine Gegenüberstellung europäischer und Buddhistischer Sprachtheorien am Beispiel Ferdinand de Saussures und Sakya Paṇḍitas, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht. (Scholar)
  • Pind, Ole (1991). “Dignāga on śabdasāmānya and śabdaviśeṣa,” in Ernst Steinkellner (ed.), Studies in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition. Proceedings of the Second International Dharmakīrti Conference. Vienna, June 11–16, 1989, Vienna: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 269–280. (Scholar)
  • Rinbochay, Lati and Napper, Elizabeth (1980). Mind in Tibetan Buddhism, Ithaca, N.Y.: Snow Lion Publications. (Scholar)
  • Schwabland, Peter A. (1995). “Direct and Indirect Cognition and the Definition of pramāṇa in Early Tibetan Epistemology,” Etudes Asiatiques, 49(4): 793–816. (Scholar)
  • Stoltz, Jonathan (2006a). “Sakya Pandita and the Status of Concepts,” Philosophy East and West, 56(4): 567–582. (Scholar)
  • Stoltz, Jonathan (2006b). “Concepts, Intension, and Identity in Tibetan Philosophy of Language,” Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 29(2): 383–400. (Scholar)
  • Stoltz, Jonathan (2007). “Gettier and Factivity in Indo-Tibetan Epistemology,” The Philosophical Quarterly, 57(228): 394–415. (Scholar)
  • Stoltz, Jonathan (2006 [2008]). “Concepts, Intension, and Identity in Tibetan Philosophy of Language,” Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 29(2): 383–400.
  • Stoltz, Jonathan (2009)[2010]. “Phywa pa's Argumentative Analogy Between Factive Assessment (yid dpyod) and Conceptual Thought (rtog pa),” in Hugon, P. and Vose, K., (eds.), Tibetan scholasticism in the 11th and 12th centuries. Contributions to a panel at the XVth Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies. Atlanta, 23–28 June 2008, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, 32(1–2): 369–386.
  • Tillemans, Tom J.F. (1999). “On the So-Called Difficult Point of the Apoha Theory,” in Scripture, Logic, Language. Essays on Dharmakīrti and His Tibetan Successors, Boston: Wisdom Publications (Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism), 209–246. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (1978). “Phya-pa Chos-kyi Seng-ge's Impact on Tibetan Epistemological Theory,” Journal of Indian Philosophy, 5: 355–369. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (1985). “Miscellanea Apropos of the Philosophy of Mind in Tibet: Mind in Tibetan Buddhism,” Tibet Journal, 10(1): 32–43. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (2003). “A Treatise on Buddhist Epistemology and Logic Attributed to Klong chen Rab ʼbyams pa (1308–1364) and Its Place in Indo-Tibetan Intellectual History,” Journal of Indian Philosophy, 31: 381–437. (Scholar)
  • van der Kuijp, Leonard W.J. (2009). “Classification of Non-Authoritative Cognitive Processes (tshad min) in the Ngog and Sakya Traditions,” in Williams Edelglass and Jay L. Garfield (eds.), Buddhist Philosophy. Essential Readings, 218–223. (Scholar)

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