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Svatantrika-Prasaṅgika distinction[edit]

Hello family!

I am requesting your assistance to make this one of the best pages on wikipedia! Svatantrika-Prasaṅgika distinction

@Kester ratcliff:@Javierfv1212:@Foresterr:Perhaps a review of and final position on the Theravada debate in subsection concerning ignorance

@Caspian blue: Maybe a section on Madhyamika according to Korean Buddhism?

@Redplaidbuddhism:Just 'cause you sound awesome.

@Riwo:A review of my section on emptiness as "not being nothingness" and assistance in finding supporting documentation outside Tsongkhapa. Supporting evidence to the contrary could be placed under "Criticisms" as well.

@Secretlondon:A subsection on Karma Kagyu and the distinction? Or perhaps just Karma Kagyu and Madhyamika in general.

@Daphne Lantier:A section on Zen and the distinction? Also, please help me get some other Zen folks to chip in on that section!!!

@Illusory ego:@1337 Tibet:@Cermus 5:@Chris Fynn:@Deeptrivia:@Dzogchenpa:@FrederickII:@KGF0:@Manthatmandala:@Merigar:@Sherab1180:@Tinylittlewoman: Help reviewing general information, but also finding specifically non-Gelugpa sources of information for additional sections of the discussion. Also, non-Gelugpa sources of confirmation of Tsonkhapa's views in the Tsongkhapa section... and non-Gelugpa (and Gelugpa) contentions for the section on "Criticism."

@Vajrayosidbhagesuvijahara:@ZeroEgo:A section on Tantra and the distinction.

@Wingspeed: We need some pics and pic captions!

Prasaṅgika according to Tsongkhapa[edit]

Follow the link! Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 04:26, 25 September 2017 (UTC)

PS: don't forget to log-in, and sleep tight tonight. I'm off to work in an hour-and-a-half. Joshua Jonathan -Let's talk! 04:36, 25 September 2017 (UTC)
Haha. Just noticed that! :) Will do. Dienekles (talk) 04:52, 25 September 2017 (UTC)

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