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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments
Technical Notes
TheObjectives and Scopeof this Book
1. The Relationship Between the Two Truths
Introduction
The Objects of Knowledge as the Basis of the Division
Mere Mind as the Basis of the Division
How Is Conventional Truth “Truth” at All?
Why Is Conventional Truth False and Deceptive?
Applying the Worldly Convention
The One and Only Truth
2. Meanings and Definitions of the Two Truths
TheMeanings of Samvrti
Samvrti as Ignorant Consciousness
Samvrti as Mutually Interdependent
Concealers: TheSoteriological Objects of Negation
Definitions of theTwoTruths
CandrakirtVs Definition of the Two Truths
Nagarjunas Definition of the Two Truths
Conclusion
3. Language, Concepts, and Ultimate Truth
TheValidityof theConceptual Right View
Final Implications
4. Realizing Ultimate Truth
Transcendence
Proliferation of Conceptual Elaboration
Transcending Conceptual Elaboration
Nondual Epistemology
Seeing Phenomena as Nothing
Seeing Phenomena as Empty
5. Enlightenment
Knowing the Two Truths from the Two Conflicting Perspectives
Knowing the Two Truths Simultaneously
6. Conclusion
Soteriologyand Psychology
Ontology
Epistemology
Ethical Implications
Abbreviations
Notes
Glossary
Bibliography
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This comparative analysis examines the differing approaches toward the Middle Way taken by the two great Buddhist scholars, Tsongkhapa and Gorampa. It demonstrates how philosophical positions have dramatic implications both for how one approaches Buddhist practice and for how one ultimately understands enlightenment itself.
This comparative analysis examines the differing approaches toward the Middle Way taken by the two great Buddhist scholars, Tsongkhapa and Gorampa. It demonstrates how philosophical positions have dramatic implications both for how one approaches Buddhist practice and for how one ultimately understands enlightenment itself.

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