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This paper describes the status of a sentient being in the buddha rather than how the buddha, or buddha-nature, exists in sentient beings. It focuses in particular on how buddha-nature is interpreted by Mi pham in light of his tradition of the Great Perfection rdzogs chen.
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This paper considers the way his unique treatment of buddha-nature reflects his legacy of the Great Perfection. His research interests are in Tibetan life writing and the cultural history of Kham in the nineteenth century. Marcus Perman is the Director of Research at Tsadra Foundation, a nonprofit trust established to provide vital funding for the combined study and practice of Tibetan Buddhism in the west. The purpose of the buddha-nature website is to provide a resource hub for trustworthy information for learning about and teaching the concept of buddha-nature, its associated texts, teachings, lineages, and relevant Buddhist ideas.
Unique content will be shared on the site, but it will primarily act as a broker for other projects and authors that have already created quality materials, which we curate for specific audiences. Online publishing of research and educational material have become a ubiquitous means of sharing information and analysis.
Despite the great flexibility of the Web, many projects in Tibetan and Buddhist studies remain targeted to a single audience; most often an elite community of scholars. By employing contemporary techniques of user experience design, open source technologies and collaborative tools, coupled with multimedia resources, this project extends itself beyond common examples of digital libraries and takes a step forward for users in the Digital Humanities. David Higgins received his doctorate from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland in Buddha-Nature and Selfhood.
A touchstone of his attempt to reconcile these two seemingly antithetical views on the relationship between buddha-nature and selfhood is to regard them as complementary rather than contradictory. She has spent over 12 years in retreat and has been a student of Khenpo Tsultrim Gyamtso Rinpoche, one of the foremost living masters of the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, since the late 70s. Lama Shenpen has translated a number of Tibetan texts into English for her students.
Bangwei Wang. He was awarded Ph. From to , he was affiliated with the China Tibetology Research Center and mainly worked for the international cooperative projects on editing Sanskrit manuscripts preserved in Tibet. In , he became professor for religious studies at the Center for Tibetan Studies of Sichuan University. Sina Joos received her M. Klaus-Dieter Mathes.
Revisiting Gorampa on Buddha Nature. This text was written to critique and clarify what Go rams pa saw as misrepresentations and misunderstandings of the theory of buddha-nature that were prevalent throughout Tibet in the fifteenth century. The Jo nang pa school of Tibetan Buddhism in particular was one of the major subjects of his criticism, whose assertions on buddha-nature he refuted, presenting and defending his own interpretations.
Christopher V. The early history of buddha-nature teaching in India is in the process of some reassessment. Through this investigation I shall clarify purposes of integration of this term into tantric contexts in each example. Casey Kemp is a translator and editor of Buddhist texts.
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Seiji Kumagai was born in in Hiroshima Japan. He studied Buddhist philosophy and received his Ph. He was invited by University of Vienna as Numata Professor in He has also conducted research on the history of Tibetan and Bhutanese Buddhism. Japan is one of the most prominent Buddhist countries. For example, the theory does not appear in any of the attested treatises of Genshin , a highly influential representative of Japanese Pure Land Buddhism although it does appear in forged works attributed to him.
Japanese Buddhologists after Tamura have also defended that Shinran was influenced by such a theory to a greater or lesser extent. From to she studied Buddhist philosophy at the Kagyu College in Dehradun, India where she completed the first six years of the traditional monastic curriculum. Relevant themes include the relation between buddha-nature and emptiness, the qualities that buddha-nature possesses, that it is of virtuous nature and worthy of dedication, and the defense of a single potential rigs gcig and a single vehicle theg pa gcig.
Kurtis R. He is a student of Buddhist history and culture, with a special interest in the spiritual literature of Tibet and the Himalayas. He is the author or editor of nine books, including the largest anthology of Tibetan literature in English and, most recently, a translation of a life of the Buddha from Bhutan. Book is in Used-Good condition.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Mipam 'ju mi pham rgya mtsho , is one of the most prolific thinkers in the history of Tibet and is a key figure in the Nyingma tradition of Buddhism. His works continue to be widely studied in the Tibetan cultural region and beyond. This book provides an in-depth account of Mipam's view, drawing on a wide range of his works and offering several new translations. Douglas S. Duckworth shows how a dialectic of presence and absence permeates Mipam's writings on the Middle Way and Buddha-nature.
Arguably the most important doctrine in Buddhism, Buddha-nature is, for Mipam, equivalent to the true meaning of emptiness; it is the ground of all and the common ground shared by sentient beings and Buddhas. This ground is the foundation of the path and inseparable from the goal of Buddhahood. Duckworth probes deeply into Mipam's writings on Buddha-nature to illuminate its central place in a dynamic Buddhist philosophy.
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