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Technical Note: My Use of the Asterisk
A General Study and Text-historical Considerations
1 Textual History and Structure of the TGS
1.1 Different Recensions of the TGS
1.2 The Representatives of TGS2
1.3 Similarities between the Chinese Translations
1.4 Structure, Contents and Textual History of the TGS
1.5 The Structure, Nature and Contents of the Nine Similes
2. The Meaning and Occurrences of the Term tathagatagarbha
2.1 The Term tathagatagarbha
2.2 The Textual Occurrences of the Terms tathagatagarbha and garbha
3. The Buddha-Nature Doctrine in the TGS
3.1 The Buddha-Nature
3.2 Becoming a Buddha
3.3 How to Become a Buddha
4.1 The Titles of the TGS
4.2 The Recorded Chinese Translations of the TGS
4.3 Possible Motives of the Authors of the TGS
4.4 The TGS in the History of Indian Buddhism
4.5 The TGS in the Ratnagotravibhaga(vyakhya) and Other Indian Texts
4.6 The Twentieth-Century Reception of the TGS
•A- The Tabo Manuscript Fragments
• B r The Berlin Manuscript Kanjur
• Bth r The Newark Manuscript Kanjur from Bathang5
• D r The Derge Kanjur (Nyingma Edition)
•J- The 'Jang sa tham or Lithang Kanjur
• L r The Shel dkar Manuscript Kanjur (London)
• N- The Narthang Kanjur
• Q - The Peking Kanjur (Otani Reprint)
• S - The Stog Palace Manuscript Kanjur
2 The Stemmatic Relations among the Representatives of Tib
2.1 The Three Phug brag Versions
2.2 The Kanjurs of the Tshal pa Lineage
2.3 The Them spangs ma Kanjurs
2.4 The Position of $W
2.5 The Position of A
2.6 The Relation of the Main Transmissional Groups to Each Other
2.7 Possible Stemmas of Tib
3 Characteristics of the Textual Witnesses of Tib
3.1 Archaic Features
3.2 Irregular Verbal Forms
3.3 Colophons and Translators
4 A Brief Evaluation of the Chinese Materials
5 Remarks on the Various Editions
5.1 Principles Governing the Critical Edition of Tib
5.2 Remarks on All Editions and Their Critical Apparatuses
5.3 The Editions of the Tibetan Translations
5.4 The Chinese Editions
Sigla, Symbols and Graphic Devices of the Tibetan Material
Sigla and Graphic Devices of the Chinese Material
E Appendices
Appendix B: Comparative Chart of Päda Sequences
Primary Sources, with Abbreviations
Select Secondary Sources
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