Is Madhyamaka Buddhism really the middle way? Emptiness and the problem of Nihilism.

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Burton, D. 2001. Is Madhyamaka Buddhism really the middle way? Emptiness and the problem of Nihilism. Contemporary Buddhism. 2 (2), pp. 177-190.
AuthorsBurton, D.
Year2001
JournalContemporary Buddhism
Journal citation2 (2), pp. 177-190
PublisherTaylor & Francis
ISSN1463-9947
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