Recent Books on Buddhist Philosophy

The Bodhisattva Path of Wisdom and Compassion

Once the essential foundation of the hinayana teachings has been laid, the next step begins with opening the focus of practice to include the world beyond oneself. This personal paradigm shift is the gate to the mahayana teachings, beginning with shunyata, the essential emptiness of all phenomena, and with the compassion that naturally arises from that understanding.

Taught By: Judith L. Lief

Living the Dharma

Tibetan Buddhist master Anyen Rinpoche and his teaching partner Allison Choying Zangmo share what it takes to achieve realization on the spiritual path with a practical and approachable means for bringing our practice alive and actualizing the wisdom of the Buddha in our hearts.

Taught By: Anyen Rinpoche & Allison Choying Zangmo

Asanga and Yogacara: A Guide for Readers

Asanga and Yogacara: A Guide for Readers See Also:  Profiles of early Indian Mahayana figures | Tibetan Masters of the 8th Century | Tibetan Masters of the 10th-11th Centuries...

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A Reader’s Guide to Madhyamaka

A Reader's Guide to Madhyamaka A Reader's Guide to Madhyamaka (The Middle Way) Madhyamaka (Sanskrit) or Uma (Tibetan) is a system of Buddhist thought first articulated by the 2nd century India...

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Offer Your Fruit to Interfaith Dialogue

Fostering Spiritual Kinship Reflections from Pamela Ayo Yetunde, author of Casting Indra’s Net For all the wonderful things people think Buddhism is about, I believe Buddhist practitioners r...

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The Treasury of Knowledge Resource Guide

Explore the Treasury of Knowledge > Home Page of the Work...

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