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Among the many works of rNgog lo tsa ba Blo ldan shes rab (1059-1109) a special place is taken by his commentary on Dharmakīrti's Pramāṇaviniścaya. Thereby a new phase of interpreting Dharmakīrti's works is initiated in Tibet. rNgog lo's biography, written by his pupil Gro lung pa, is extant in rare blockprints and one manuscript from the national library of Bhutan. An edition of this text will provide an important source for this key figure of the Dharmakīrti reception in Tibet.
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Among the many works of rNgog lo tsa ba Blo ldan shes rab (1059-1109) a special place is taken by his commentary on [[Dharmakīrti|Dharmakīrti's Pramāṇaviniścaya]]. Thereby a new phase of interpreting Dharmakīrti's works is initiated in Tibet. rNgog lo's biography, written by his pupil Gro lung pa, is extant in rare blockprints and one manuscript from the national library of Bhutan. An edition of this text will provide an important source for this key figure of the Dharmakīrti reception in Tibet.
  
 
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Among the many works of rNgog lo tsa ba Blo ldan shes rab (1059-1109) a special place is taken by his commentary on Dharmakīrti's Pramāṇaviniścaya. Thereby a new phase of interpreting Dharmakīrti's works is initiated in Tibet. rNgog lo's biography, written by his pupil Gro lung pa, is extant in rare blockprints and one manuscript from the national library of Bhutan. An edition of this text will provide an important source for this key figure of the Dharmakīrti reception in Tibet.

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  • Dram Dul, 2004
    Jig rten mig gcig blo ldan shes rab kyi rnam thar. Biography of Blo ldan shes rab. The Unique Eye of the World by Gro luṅ pa Blo gros byuṅ gnas. The Xylograph Compared with a Bhutanese Manuscript.
    Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien, Universität Wien 2004.

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