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Index 207 autonomy: advice (bka’ slob gnang), 12, 143, 144, 149, 189n12; communicative autonomy, 151–53; Dalai Lama on, 9, 133, 153, 154; of the disciplined subject, 10, 12, 16, 127–28, 134, 144–46, 147, 149; as expected by foreign spectators, 10, 140; in face-to-face interactions , 10, 13, 82, 100, 102; Five Point Peace Plan, 3, 7, 132–33, 188n3; Habermas on, 78; at Institute of Buddhist Dialectics, 127–28, 143–44, 156; of the liberal subject, 3, 10, 16, 156; Tibetans on, 10, 13, 16, 127–28, 140; Tibet question, 131–33 Avalokiteśvara, 10 “Awareness and Knowledge” (blo rig), 182n10 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 6, 85, 86, 87, 109, 117, 166–68 Barnett, Robert, 7 Bauman, Richard, 12 Benjamin, Walter, 10 Bentham, Jeremy, 109 Bhabha, Homi, 153–54 Bickel, Balthasar, 178n29 biphasic emplotment of debate, 57, 177n23 blind faith (rmongs dad): in Chinese Communist propaganda (mi xin), 96, 183n18; cultivation of answerability, 91,96;popular religion, 86,91, 97, 98–99, 149; reason as antidote to, 90–91, 95–97, 98, 99, 100; use of expression, 183n18 Bodhgaya, 91 Bön order of monks, 47, 102, 171n6 Adams, Vincanne, 3 addressivity, 86–87, 94, 96, 100, 110–11, 113– 14, 124–25 Adorno, Theodor, 77, 180n43 advice (bka’ slob gnang), 12, 91–92, 143, 144, 149, 189n12 affect, 110, 124–25, 126 afflictive emotions (nyon rmongs), 124, 126 aggression, 55, 70, 125, 126 Agha, Asif, 13, 48, 64, 75, 110, 178n29 Aikhenvald, Alexandra Y., 178n29 altar areas and deities, 59 analogical punishment (Foucault), 147, 149 anger: afflictive emotions (nyon rmongs), 124, 126; aggression, 55, 70, 125, 126; dissimulated anger, 125, 126; histrionic anger, 5, 110, 114, 124–26, 127, 149; indirection, 113–14; semiotic resources to express, 187n14; in tripartite text structure, 124–25, 126; voice reflecting, 117–18 aphorisms, 111–12, 113, 125, 187–88n18 argumentation: consequence mode of, 54–55, 64, 68; denotational textuality, 48, 49, 50, 53, 57, 75, 123, 180n42; mimetic sympathy, 75, 76, 78, 103; proposition in, 35–36, 48–50, 53; studies of, 47–49, 77, 175n7, 176n17, 180n43; symmetry in, 10, 77, 78. See also debate (rtsod pa); demeanor Autonomists (rang rgyud pa, svātantrikam ādhyamika), 54 Burnouf, Eugène, 85 Bourdieu, Pierre, 36, 43 Brahmanism, 84 Briggs, Charles L., 12 Buddhism: Christianity compared with, 1, 82, 83, 84, 95–96, 167, 185n32; early forms of, 84; gender roles in, 88, 94, 130, 132, 155; as inner science, 2, 150, 153, 182n12; Lamaism, 84, 91, 92, 94, 169n1; liberal-democratic core of, 154; modern science, 3, 83, 84, 85, 91–92, 167, 182n10; Protestantization of, 84–85; as religion of reason, 1–2, 3, 12, 83–85, 87, 90– 91, 94, 96–100; status as world religion, 84; Western comprehension of, 6–7, 87–88, 91– 93, 182n12. See also Dalai Lama; Geluk sect; Institute of Buddhist Dialectics; monastery headings Buddhism and Christianity Face to Face, 84 Buddhist modernism (use of term), 83–84, 96 Buddhist School of Dialectics, 130 Buxa Duar, 22–25, 28, 141–42, 157–59, 171n6 Buxa Lama Ashram, 23, 141 Bylakuppe, 1, 5, 19–20, 24, 88, 158, 159, 165. See also Sera Monastery Cabezón, José Ignacio, 31, 47, 113–14, 143, 191n7 CCP (Chinese Communist Party), 85, 86, 166 Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, 88–89, 130, 150, 156, 157, 161, 189n9, 190n2 Central Tibetan Administration, 170n4 Chakrabarty, Dipesh, 8 challenger (in debate): byas used by, 67–68; clap sequences, 63, 65, 69t2, 70, 179–80n37; cochallengers joining, 50, 67, 68, 70; colors debate, 54–55,56,179n36; consequence mode of argumentation, 54, 55, 64, 68; demeanor of, 50, 65, 66f5, 67, 71; disciplinarian compared to, 126; evaluation of, 31; hand motions/ clapping, 5, 50, 55, 56f2, 60, 61, 65, 69t2, 70– 71, 179–80n37; interrogation of defendant by, 36–37, 50, 53, 56, 62, 65–66, 68, 178n30; opening statement by, 61, 62–64, 65; problematization by (gnod byed gtong ba), 53, 66–67, 178n31; reconstruction of textbook source clause, 64, 65f4; response behavior of, 74–75; restatements of, 57–58, 66, 67; ritualized violent passes of, 16, 50, 56; speecharticulation rates, 71, 180n38; taunts used by, 5, 69t2, 70–71, 179–80n37; three syllable sentence fragments used by, 34, 61, 62–64; use of quotative clitic -s, 34, 66–67, 175n5 Chang, Betty Shefts, xv Chang, Kun, xv chant leader (dbu mdzad), 24 Chapa Chökyi Senge, 45, 177n23 Childs, Geoff, 160 China (PRC), 3, 6–7, 98, 131–33...

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