Yogacara


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one of the main traditions of Mahayana Buddhism

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Husserl, who had no knowledge about the Yogacara, managed to purify consciousness from ontology.
Buddhist psychotherapeutic theory and practice from the perspective of the Yogacara School of Buddhism.
Hence, this self-synthesizing universe paradigm of quantum physics fully corresponds with the Buddhist Yogacara assumption that all perceptions do leave traces which make future similar perceptions more probable--origins of the potentialities within the quantum realm.
Ryojin Soga [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1875-1971) understood that Shinran's thought is based on the Yogacara theories of Vasubandhu [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], who is one of the main founders of the Indian Yogacara school in the 4th century.
Las diferentes lecturas pueden agruparse a grandes rasgos entre aquellos que tienden a negar que la percepcion cognitiva (vijnana) sea la causa de todas las formas del universo, sosteniendo en algunos casos que el yogacara es un realismo pluralista (Anacker, Nagao, Wayman o Kochumutton); (5) y aquellos que consideran al yogacara como un idealismo absolutista que niega la existencia de un mundo externo a la mente (Murti, Tola y Dragonetti o Chatterjee).
The theory explains the practice in terms of Wallace's background in Buddhism, the Yogacara ("mind-only") School of Buddhist philosophy, but with frequent references to the reported experience of various Christian mystics.
Coleman creatively compares and contrasts in detail some of the elements of the Yogacara teaching with those of the symbolic interactionist school in social psychology, in favor of developing non-Eurocentric social psychologies that can be much more effective in resolving both personal troubles and public issues facing humanity today.
Buescher narrows its use somewhat, using the term to distinguish a pre-vinjnanavada Yogacara stage and a Yogacara-with-Vijnanavada stage.
MELANIE JOHNSON-MOXLEY, "Vasubandhu's Consciousness Trilogy: A Yogacara Buddhist Process Idealism.
These are the "small vehicle" or Hinayana (stage four); the self-enlightened ones who remain apathetic toward other sentient beings, thereby failing to cultivate compassion (stage five); the followers of the path of meditative union or Yogacara (stage six); the proponents of the doctrine of Emptiness who expound their doctrine through logical argumentation, taking cue from third-century Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna (stage seven); the followers of the Tendai school who teach the interpenetration of the ten realms of being, represented by Kukai's contemporary Saicho (stage eight); and the followers of the Avatamsaka or Kegon school, who have come to a clear awareness of ultimate truth as nonimmutable, and interconnected, interpenetrating, and interdependent.
La idea filosofica central de Dignaga esta contenida en Pramana-samuccaya, donde el autor estudia los problemas epistemicos y metafisicos de la escuela yogacara (o vijnaptimatrata).
Spontaneity in Western martial arts: A yogacara critique of mushin (no mind).
This is typical of thinkers of the Consciousness-Only school and the Yogacara school from which it developed.
14) Even within the Buddhist fold, Candraklrti singles out the Yogacara scholars Vasubandhu and Dharmapala and the Buddhist epistemologist Dignaga as teachers who have turned their back on the unique tradition of Madhyamaka thought, although he recognizes them as authors of sastras.
7) This is not the case for the other major branch of mainstream Mahayana--the Yogacara (also known as Cittamatra and Vijnanavada).