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BUDDHIST ILLOGIC

 A Critical Analysis of Nagarjuna’s Arguments  

by

 Avi Sion, Ph.D.

 

 

 


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Published 2002, by The Logician, c/o Avi Sion in Geneva, Switzerland.  

ISBN  2-9700091-4-5


 

The Heart Sutra states: form is no other than emptiness, emptiness no other than form. Form is emptiness, emptiness is form. And the same is true for sensation, perception, conception and consciousness.

Hakuin comments: “Striking aside waves to look for water when the waves are water! Forms don’t hinder emptiness; emptiness is the tissue of form. Emptiness isn’t destruction of form; form is the flesh of emptiness… Form and emptiness are not-two. If you pass these strange apparitions without alarm, they self-destruct. Forms sensation perception conception are sparks in the eye.


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