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Nagarjuna's Moral Philosophy and Sinhala Buddhism. A Sourcebook Of Early Buddhist Philosophy. A Sourcebook Of Later Buddhist Philosophy. The Wheel Of Morals Dhamma - Cakka. de Silvas, Nissanka (2013). Me Mahinda Shasthra Shala: Ma Dutu Mahindaya. Print House Sri Lanka. p. 238. Further reading. Tilakaratne, Asanga (2014).
Nagarjuna's Middle Way: (Classics of Indian Buddhism). David Kalupahana is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawaii. The Gods of Northern Buddhism: Their History and Iconography. The Principles of Buddhist Psychology. Series: SUNY Series in Buddhist Studies. Paperback: 429 pages. Publisher: State Univ of New York Pr (April 1, 1986). In Memoriam: David J. Kalupahana, P. 1933-2014), University of Hawaii. 1933-2014), by Wimal Dissanayake, University of Hawaii. Richard K. Payne: Early Buddhism: A conversation with David J. Kalupahana.
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By wisdom, Nagarjuna meant the perfection of wisdom, declared in the sutras to be the knowledge of emptiness. In his first sermon, the Buddha prescribed a middle way between the extremes of self-indulgence and self-mortification.
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