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Overview of Mahayana Philosophy

by Silavadin (2020)

Buddhist philosophy in the first millennium in India flourished mainly in two different schools: Madhyamaka with its non-theory of emptiness, and Yogachara with its consciousness only- view. Sometimes they are represented as if you need to choose between the two, as between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, Tolstoi or Dostoyevski, as if you can't have both. But they might as well be seen as complementary.

This talk was given on the Madhyamaka and/or Yogacara retreat at Adhisthana in January 2019.