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Freedom and ethics in Madhyamaka Buddhism

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This research project articulates the relationship between freedom and ethics in Indian Madhyamaka. Chapter 1 provides a defence of anti-realist interpretations of Madhyamaka, the ramifications of which are felt throughout the remainder of the investigation. Chapter 2 introduces the reconstructive, cross-cultural and, at times, a-historical methodology used to explicate Madhyamaka’s implied stance on issues such as free will and the naturalistic fallacy. Chapter 3 examines the suitability ...

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Sloane Robinson Award, Keble College More from this funder
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford
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2019-08-05

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