Engaging Buddhism - Why It Matters to Philosophy — by Jay L. Garfield
A book for those who want to extend their horizons and see how Buddhist theory articulates with contemporary philosophy.
Pointing at the Moon - Buddhism, Logic, Analytic Philosophy — by Mario D'Amato, Jay L. Garfield and Tom J.F. Tillemans
Essays by philosophers and scholars working at the interface of Western philosophy and Buddhist Studies.
Freedom From Extremes - Gorampa's Distinguishing the Views and the Polemics of Emptiness — translated by Lobsang Dargyay & Jose Ignacio Cabezon
Fundamental concept of "emptiness" that avoid the traps of eternalism and nihilism.
Mipham's Dialectics and the Debates on Emptiness - To Be, Not to Be or Neither — by Karma Phuntsho
An introduction to the Buddhist philosophy of Emptiness which explores a number of themes in connection with the concept of Emptiness - a highly technical but very central notion in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism.
Mipham's Beacon of Certainty - Illuminating the View of Dzogchen - the Great Perfection
Jamgon Mipham illuminates some essential points of Madhyamika philosophy according to the view of the Great Perfection (Dzogchen).
The Universal Vehicle Discourse Literature (Mahayanasutralamkara) — by Maitreya & Asanga, with commentary by Vasubandhu
Translated from Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese - the present work contains a fully annotated, critical English rendition of the Discourse Literature along with its commentary (bhasya) by Asanga's brother - Vasubandhu.
Mulamadhyamakakarika of Nagarjuna - The Philosophy of the Middle Way — by David J. Kalupahana
This is a completely new translation with a different slant of Nagarjuna's major work - the Mulamadhyamakakarika, from the Chinese and Sanskrit, accompanied by a detailed annotation of each of the verses. Kalupahana claims Nagarjuna was not a Mahayanist and presents a completely new hypothesis about the nature of the treatise.
The Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way - Nagarjuna's Mulamadhyamakakarika — translated and commented by Jay L. Garfield
Nagarjuna's greatest philosophical work - the Mulamadhyamakakarika - read and studied by philosophers in all major Buddhist schools of Tibet, China, Japan, and Korea - is one of the most influential works in the history of Indian philosophy. This accessible translation of the foundational text for all Mahayana Buddhism offers insight to all those interested in the nature of reality.
— Lectures by Manly P. Hall
1 - On Natural & Unnatural Religion & Science
2 - Invisible Creatures of the Five Elements
3 - Universal Energy & Metaphysical Medicine
4 - Doctrine of Sympathetic Forces in Nature
5 - Man As a Constellation