Contemporary Soto criticism of Yogacara (and Taoism)

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Re: Contemporary Soto criticism of Yogacara (and Taoism)

Postby Michael_Dorfman » Thu May 16, 2013 6:33 pm

Huifeng wrote:
More recently, viz this, Joe Walser's Nagarjuna in Context does a far better job. I have a few gripes with some of his stuff, a few misreadings, but avoids most of these mistakes by reading all the material available. No doubt this too will be superseded at some point, but it's maybe the best for now.

~~ Huifeng

I'm a big admirer of Walser's book, and would love to hear about his misreadings, or what your gripes might be, if you have time to elaborate.
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