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This paper aims to clarify the meaning of other-emptiness in the Jonang (jo nang) tradition of Buddhism of Tibet. The focus is on the writings of DÃ¶lpopa (dol po pa shes rab rgyal mtshan, 1292â1361), the renowned forefather of this tradition. DÃ¶lpopa famously differentiated two...
GenkÅ«bÅ HÅnenâs (1133â1212) Pure Land discourse, centered on recitation practice (nembutsu), discards all other Buddhist practices, including raising bodaishin. Such an exclusive attitude offended other monks such as MyÅe who believed that bodaishin is a prerequisite...
To elucidate the mutual issuance theory in the Neo-Confucian philosophy of Yi Tâoegye æéæºª (1501â1570) is the precise endeavor of this essay, in order to find out if it is still philosophically meaningful and applicable for contemporary interpretations of the world. Presupposing...
This essay concerns some of the ways that the Four-Seven Debate, as represented by the extensive and systematic exchanges between Yi Hwang æÂæ» (Toegye éæºª) (1501â1570) and Gi Dae-seung å¥å¤§å (Gobong é«å³°) (1527â1572) and further developed in the correspondence between Seong Hon...
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