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Nagarjuna Text and intertext

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This article tracks further the deconstructive path of thought of the Buddhist thinker Nagarjuna as reflected in his major text, the MŪtamadhyamakakrika. This text, inspired by Prajnaparamita intertexts, aims mainly at the deconstruction of earlier Abhidharma metaphysics.

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1997-01-01
2016-08-30

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