Saturday, May 22, 2010

Madhyamika Karika



Madhyamika Karika was written by Nagarjuna. Nagarjuna was contemporary of Kanishka hence, the work was completed in the first century. It contains the basic philosophy of the Madhyamika (Intermediate) school of philosophy of the Mahayana School of Buddhism. The Mahayana School of Buddhism has two schools of Philosophies, one Madhyamika and other Yogachara.

In Madhyamika Karika, Nagarjuna gives the concept of Sunyata or the emptiness.



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