Nāgārjuna (philosophe, 01..?-01..?)

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Country : Inde
Language : sanskrit
Gender : masculin
Birth : Inde du Sud, 01..
Death : Inde du Sud, 01..
Note :
Philosophe bouddhiste et poète. - Fondateur de l'école des Mādhyamika (au 2e s. ap. J.C.). - Aurait été un brahmane converti au bouddhisme, qui aurait vécu à Nagarjunakonda, Andhra Pradesh. - On lui attribue souvent le Yogaśataka
Field : Religion
Variants of the name : नागार्जुन (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (sanskrit)
Ācārya Nāgārjuna (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (sanskrit)
आचार्य नागार्जुन (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (sanskrit)
龍樹 (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (chinois)
Long shu pu sa (chinois)
龍樹菩薩 (chinois)
Long shu (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (chinois)
Longshu (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (chinois)
Ryūju (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (japonais)
Klu-sgrub (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (tibétain)
Naagaarjuna (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (sanskrit)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8088 0781

Activities of Nāgārjuna (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (76 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Documents about Nāgārjuna (philosophe, 01..?-01..?) (19 resources in data.bnf.fr)

Books (19)

Espiritualidad filosófica
Comprendre la voie médiane
Nāgārjuna's middle way
Nāgārjuna
"Natur" in der philosophischen Anthropologie bei Nāgārjuna und Dōgen
Nagarjuna, Buddhism's most important philosopher
To see God, to see the Buddha
Nagarjuna's madhyamaka
La fin de la souffrance
Kant et Nāgārjuna
La palabra frente al vacío
Nāgārjuna in context
A study of Nāgārjuna's "Twenty verses on the Great Vehicle" (Mahāyānavimsikā) and his "Verses on the heart of dependent origination" (Pratītyasamutpādahrdayakārikā) with the "Interpretation of the heart of dependent origination" (Pratītyasamutpādahrdayavyākhyāna)
Emptiness appraised
Nāgārjuna and the philosophy of openness
Nāgārjuna's philosophy of no-identity
The framework of Nāgārjuna's philosophy
The dialectics of Nāgārjuna
Derrida on the mend

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