Blackwell Companions to Philosophy.
Notes on Contributors.
List of Abbreviations.
1: Conceptual Foundations.
2: The Philosophical Context of Gotama's Thought.
3: Dukkha, Non-Self, and the Teaching on the Four “Noble Truths”.
4: The Conditioned Co-arising of Mental and Bodily Processes within Life and Between Lives1.
5: Major Schools of Buddhist Thought.
7: Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism.
8: Tibetan Mahāyāna and Vajrayāna.
9: East Asian Buddhism.
10: Themes in Buddhist Philosophy.
12: Metaphysical Issues in Indian Buddhist Thought.
13: Emptiness in Mahāyāna Buddhism Interpretations and Comparisons.
14: Practical Applications of the Perfection of Wisdom Sūtra and Madhyamaka in the Kālacakra Tantric Tradition.
15: The Huayan Metaphysics of Totality.
16: Forms of Emptiness in Zen.
17: Between the Horns of Idealism and Realism The Middle Way of Madhyamaka.
19: A Survey of Early Buddhist Epistemology.
20: Reason and Experience in Buddhist Epistemology.
21: The Three Truths in Tiantai Buddhism.
22: “Spiritual Exercise” and Buddhist Epistemologists in India and Tibet.
23: Yogic Perception, Meditation, and Enlightenment The Epistemological Issues in a Key Debate.
24: Language and Logic.
25: Language and Logic in Indian Buddhist Thought.
26: Buddhist Philosophy of Logic.
27: Candrakīrti on the Limits of Language and Logic.
28: On the Value of Speaking and Not Speaking Philosophy of Language in Zen Buddhism.
29: The Voice of Another Speech, Responsiveness, and Buddhist Philosophy.
30: Philosophy of Mind.
31: Mind in Theravāda Buddhism.
32: Philosophy of Mind in Buddhism.
33: Cognition, Phenomenal Character, and Intentionality in Tibetan Buddhism.
34: The Non-Self Theory and Problems in Philosophy of Mind.
35: Ethics and Moral Philosophy.
36: Ethical Thought in Indian Buddhism.
37: Character, Disposition, and the Qualities of the Arahats as a Means of Communicating Buddhist Philosophy in the Suttas.
38: Compassion and the Ethics of Violence.
39: Buddhist Ethics and Western Moral Philosophy.
40: Social and Political Philosophy.
41: The Enlightened Sovereign Buddhism and Kingship in India and Tibet.
42: Political Interpretations of the Lotus Sūtra.
43: Socially Engaged Buddhism Emerging Patterns of Theory and Practice.
44: Comparative Reflections on Buddhist Political Thought Aśoka, Shambhala, and the General Will.
45: Buddhist Meditation.
46: Buddhist Meditation Theory and Practice.
47: Seeing Mind, Being Body Contemplative Practice and Buddhist Epistemology.
48: From the Five Aggregates to Phenomenal Consciousness Towards a Cross-Cultural Cognitive Science.
49: Contemporary Issues and Applications.
50: Buddhism and Environmental Ethics.
51: Buddhism and Biomedical Issues.
52: War and Peace in Buddhist Philosophy.
53: Buddhist Perspectives on Human Rights.
54: Buddhist Perspectives on Gender Issues.
55: Diversity Matters Buddhist Reflections on the Meaning of Difference.