Nagarjuna

Biodata

Nāgārjuna, Tibet. Klu-sgrub, chines. Longshu (龍樹); „Nāgārjuna ist generally believed to have been born and to have worked in South-Central-India (South Kosala or Vidarbha?) early in the first millennium P.C.“ (Ruegg: The literature of the Madhyamaka school of philosophy in India, S. 4).

Lit.Bibliogr. Übersicht von R. Mahoney (überpr. am 17.09.2010). • David Seyfort Ruegg: The literature of the Madhyamaka school of philosophy in India. - Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz, 1981, S. 4-47 (A history of Indian literature ; 7,1). • Ian Mabbett: „The problem of the historical Nāgārjuna revisited“. - In: JAOS 118 (1998), S. 332-346. • Joseph Walser: Nāgārjuna in context : Mahāyāna Buddhism and early Indian culture. - New York : Columbia University Press, 2005. - ISBN 0-231-13164-X. • Westerhoff, Jan Christoph: „Nāgārjuna“. - In: The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Fall 2010 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.), URL = <http://plato.stanford.edu/archives/fall2010/entries/nagarjuna/>.

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