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Kiyotaka Yoshimizu

Kumārila’s Criticism of Buddhism as a Religious Movement in his Views on the Sources of dharma

Datum: Mon., 1. September, 13−15
Ort: Institut für Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens, Seminarraum 1
Apostelgasse 23, 1030 Wien
Organisation: Elisa Freschi (IKGA)

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Kumārila’s Criticism of Buddhism as a Religious Movement in his Views on the Sources of dharma

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Kiyotaka Yoshimizu is a Professor in Graduate School of Arts and Letters of Tohoku University, Japan. He is teaching Sanskrit and Indian culture in the department of Indology and History of Indian Buddhism. His special interest lies in Mīmāṃsā and its influence of and over other fields of Indian thought, such as the Vedic ritualism, Sanskrit grammar, legal literature, Vedānta and Buddhism especially in the early medieval period. He has published his ph.D thesis submitted to the University of Vienna, Der "Organismus" des urheberlosen Veda. Eine Studie der Niyoga-Lehre Prabhākaras mit ausgewählten Übersetzungen der Bṛhatī (Publications of the De Nobili Research Library 25, Wien, 1997), as well as several articles on the various aspects of the philosophy of Kumārila Bhaṭṭa. A list of his publications is uploaded on the website of Tohoku University, here.

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