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Frontmatter

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Contents

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Acknowledgments

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pp. vii-viii

It is probably not that unusual for a multiauthor-translator volume in a translation series to go through a number of twists and turns and starts and stops before finally coming out into print. This one certainly did. First commissioned in 1997, this volume went through a continuous series of changes in contributors and editors...

Abbreviations

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pp. ix-x

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General Introduction

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pp. 1-44

Modern scholars have come to distinguish two major streams of early East Asian Mahayana Buddhist philosophy. Both of these were based on Indian antecedents, and both conducted thorough examinations of the constitution and transformative potential of human consciousness, particularly the potential for sentient beingsto be liberated from the suffering of cyclic existence...

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I. The System of the Two Hindrances (Yijang Ui)

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pp. 45-160

My earliest exposure to the notion of the two hindrances was in a readings course with Paul Groner at the University of Virginia, where we encountered the notion in Gyonen's summary...

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II. Treatise on the Ten Ways of Resolving Controversies (Simmun hwajaeng non)

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pp. 161-176

As was discussed at some length in the general introduction to this volume, if there is one term that is used more than any other to describe Wonhyo's distinctive approach to scholarly commentarial work...

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III. Commentary on the Discrimination between the Middle and the Extremes :Fascicle Three

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pp. 177-262

The Chungbyon punbyollon so is another text of Wonhyo's that is available only fragmentarily; all that remains is the commentary on the fourth chapter of the...

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IV. Critical Discussion on Inference (P'an piryang non)

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pp. 263-298

Critical Discussion on Inference (K. P'an piryang non, Ch. Pan biliang lun; hereafter Critical Inference) is one of the most unusual texts written by Wonhyo (617-686). While his other extant writings consist primarily of commentaries and doctrinal apologetics...

Notes

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pp. 299-378

Glossary

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pp. 379-386

Bibliography

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pp. 387-394

Index

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pp. 395-403