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.
A Practice of Padmasambhava - Essential Instructions on the Path to Awakening — by Sechen Gyaltsap IV and Rinchen Dargye
Two practical and compelling works related to a visualization and mantra practice of Padmasambhava.
The Four Dharmas of Gampopa — As taught by Thrangu Rinpoche - translated by Ken & Katia Holmes
This is a brief commentary by Thrangu Rinpoche on Gampopa's text.
Madhyamaka and Yogacara - Allies or Rivals? — by Jay L. Garfield and Jan Westerhoff
This collection of essays addresses the degree to which these philosophical approaches are consistent or complementary.
Foundations of Dharmakirti's Philosophy — by John D. Dunne
This book illuminates the body of Dharmakirti's work, which has profoundly influenced Mahayana Buddhism and South Asian philosophy.
A Study of Dogen - His Philosophy and Religion — by Masao Abe
This complete translation of essays on Dogen probes the core of the Zen master's philosophy and religion.
The Svatantrika—Prasangika Distinction - What difference does a difference make? — by Georges B. J. Dreyfus and Sara L. McClintock
Contains the philosophical import for both Indian and Tibetan Madhyamaka and the historical development of the distinction itself.
The Sound of Two Hands Clapping - The Education of a Tibetan Buddhist Monk — by Georges B. J. Dreyfus
A unique insider's account of day-to-day life inside a Tibetan monastery - this work reveals to Western audiences the fascinating details of monastic education.
The Crystal Mirror - Clearly Showing All The Steps By Which The Path Of Liberation Is Traversed In This Fortunate Kalpa — by Kalu Rinpoche
Teaching on the Kagyu Mahamudra preliminary practices, given by Rinpoche during the Kalachakra initiation in the early eighties in New York.
Longchen Nyingthig Chod Practice "Sound of Dakini Laughter" — by Tony Duff
A text for Chod practice, which Jigmey Lingpa received as mind treasure from Longchenpa, consisting of an explanation of the practice and liturgy for it.