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The Theory of Two Truths in Tibet

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[Revised entry by Sonam Thakchoe on May 28, 2022.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
Tibetan philosophers argue that the two truths theory is not only core ontological doctrine as it is understood within the Indian Buddhist thought, it also makes the central theory behind epistemology and soteriology. The Indian Buddhist schools are named after the theories of the two truths they each upheld as in the entry on the theory of the two truths in India. The same cannot be said about the schools of thought in Tibet. All Tibetan philosophers and the…

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