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The Philosophy of Emptiness

by Nagapriya (2009)

This is the fourth talk in a five-part series by Nagapriya exploring Mahayana Buddhism.

This talk explores the important concept of sunyata in Mahayana Buddhism. Nagapriya explains how sunyata reformulates the fundamental Buddhist concept of conditioned co-production, how to approach emptiness philosophically and practically, and why the philosophy of sunyata arose in later Buddhist thought to more precisely explain the nature of reality.

Talk given at Manchester Buddhist Centre, 2009

This talk is part of the series Visions of Mahayana Buddhism.

Total running time: 0:57:22