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Berlin, 1927), pp. 206—33; R. H. ROBINSON, Early Madhyamika in India and China (Madison, 1967), p. ). 85 At all events there is much in the treatise that speaks in favour of the hypothesis of multiple or collective authorship. 86 It constitutes furthermore a very valuable source concerning Sravakayanist doctrines, especially those of the Sarvastivada which it discusses at length; and it thus makes possible a comparison of an important current of early Mahayanist thought and a leading school of the Sravakayana.

In Buddhist canonical literature, silence (Pali tunhibhava) was a sign of consent or affirmation regularly used by the Buddha. For Vedic links between silence, the unexpressed (anirukta) and the brahman, see L. RENOU, La valeur divsilence dans le culte vedique, JAOS 69 (1949), p. ). 36 David Seyfort Ruegg • The Literature of the Madhyamaka School philologically decisive or doctrinally binding criterion by which to determine whether, in addition to the MMK and the treatises closely related to it, at least some of the other works ascribed to Nagarjuna are by the author of the MMK.

The Early Period: The Formation of the Madhyamaka School 25 (advayanUrita) is released (51, 57). 58 Moreover, by the denial of existence non-existence would be implied (dksip-), and vice versa (58—59). e. persons bound for a durgati, 57, the ndstitddrsti consisting besides in denying that deeds bear fruit, 43). ) and Nirgrantha, as well as from a Pudgalavadin, by transcending all positions based on existence opposed to non-existence (61): the quintessence of the Buddha's teaching lies precisely in the fact that it transcends any such position (62).

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