Emptiness in the Mind-Only School of Buddhism - Dynamic Responses to Dzong-Ka-Ba's The Essence of Eloquence: I — by Jeffrey Hopkins
Meditation on Emptiness — by Jeffrey Hopkins
A clear exposition of the Prasangika-Madhyamaka view of emptiness as presented in the Gelukpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism.
Maps of the Profound - Jam-Yang-Shay-Ba's Great Exposition of Buddhist and Non-Buddhist Views on the Nature of Reality — by Jeffrey Hopkins
The most comprehensive and detailed exploration available of Tibetan tenet systems.
Treasures on the Tibetan Middle Way — by Herbert V. Guenther
Originally published in the Netherlands, 1969, under the title Tibetan Buddhism Without Mystification , by E. J. Brill, Leiden.
A Compendium of Ways of Knowing - A Clear Mirror of what should he Accepted and Rejected — With commentary by Ngawang Dhargyey
This book introduces the system of philosophical logic followed by Tibetan Buddhists.
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.
Life and Teachings of Tsong Khapa edited by Prof. R. Thurman
This work brings together a number of extremely important and useful works by and on Tsongkhapa touching transcendental aspects of Sutra, Tantra and Insight Meditation, including mystic conversations with great Bodhisattvas and deeply spiritual songs.
The Two Truths - In the Madhyamika Philosophy of the Gelukpa Order of Tibetan Buddhism — by Guy Newland
Buddhist perspectives on ethics and emptiness centered on the distinction between two truths - the conventional and the ultimate.
Appearance and Reality - The Two Truths in the Four Buddhist Tenet Systems — by Guy Newland
This work examines the two truths - conventional and ultimate truth - in the four tenet systems from within the Tibetan Buddhist context.
Tsongkhapa's Final Exposition of Wisdom — by Jeffery Hopkins
This book presents the final exposition of special insight by Tsongkhapa on the object of negation and on the two truths. It brilliantly explicates ignorance and wisdom, explains relationship between dependent-arising and emptiness, shows how to meditate on emptiness, and explains what it means to view phenomena as like illusions.