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By Bernard de Montreal
Bernard de Montreal in his first paintings in English, introduces us to the learn of evolutionary psychology, explains to us the technology of supramental proposal, and constructs for us the psychic bridge from involution to evolution: reminiscence to artistic inspiration, spirituality to recognition, ache to peace, demise to immortality, soul to spirit, reincarnation to fusion.
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It might be objected that they, and for that matter, we, ought not to try to understand the views of Nagarjuna and Candrakirti through the lens of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century works and twentieth-century interpreters. In the case of this book, such an objection would be misplaced, since I make no claim to have understood Nagarjuna, et al. Rather, what is presented here is a particular interpretation of the thought of these figures. It might be seen as a piece of the puzzle of Tibetan Buddhism rather than a piece of the Indian puzzle.
I also am grateful to my former colleagues at Bates College and to my present colleagues at Dickinson College for their encouragement and friendship. I would also like to thank Alex Mast, a Dickinson student who helped me with many final details. Finally, I would like to thank my wife, Christine Alfieri, who has not even read this book, much less typed or proofread it. More importantly, she understood what I needed to do and let me do it despite the many sacrifices that entailed. That is why I think of this book as hers also.
265 True Cessations Are the Dharmadhatu .................. 266 Pratyaksa Refers to Objects ........................... 269 How Prasangikas Avoid the Two Extremes ............. 271 7. Conclusion ..................................... 275 Part Two: Jamyang Shayba's "Unique Tenets of the Prasangika-Madhyamika School" with the Annotations of Ngawang Belden Translator's Introduction ........................... 285 Jamyang Shayba's Introduction ...................... 289 1. External Objects Exist but a Mind-Basis-of-All Does Not ......................................
Beyond The Mind by Bernard de Montreal