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editorial
1. Journal of Buddhist Philosophy: Volume > 2
Gereon Kopf, Message from the Editor
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special topic: the rang stong/gzhan stong division
2. Journal of Buddhist Philosophy: Volume > 2
Klaus-Dieter Mathes, Introduction: The History of the Rang stong/Gzhan stong Distinction·from Its Beginning through the Ris-med Movement
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Tsering Wangchuk, Can We Speak of Kadam Gzhan Stong?: Tracing the Sources for Other-Emptiness in Early-Fourteenth-Century Tibet
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David Higgins, On the rDzogs chen Distinction between Mind (sems) and Primordial Knowing (ye shes): Clarifications and Transcendental Arguments
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Anne Burchardi, How Can a Momentary and Conditioned Mind Be Integral to Gzhan Stong?
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Yaroslav Komarovski, From the Three Natures to the Two Natures: On a Fluid Approach to the Two Versions of Other-Emptiness from Fifteenth-Century Tibet
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Klaus-Dieter Mathes, Presenting a Controversial Doctrine in a Conciliatory Way: Mkhan chen Gang shar dbang po’s (1925–1958/59?) Inclusion of Gzhan Stong (“Emptiness of Other”) within Prāsaṅgika
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research articles
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Edward Falls, Tsong kha pa and the Myth of the Given
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Elizabeth McManaman Grosz, Reading Nishida through Shinran: Absolute Nothingness, Other Power, and Religious Consciousness
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Eiji Suhara, Re-Visioning Dōgen Kigen’s Attitude toward the System (Kenmitsu Taisei) in Considering the Concept of Aspiration (Kokorozashi) and Just-Sitting Mediation (Shikan-taza)
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