JKhedrup wrote:Yes I think that a translation should be evaluated by one's peers before it can be called good.
But it should also be translated in a way that is hopefully accessible to practitioners.
Astus wrote:I doubt that it's possible to give a clear definition of what makes a translation good. I've heard that there are better works than Kumarajiva's, however, since his have the prestige and sounds good in Chinese other translations are not used that often.
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