28 August 2015
Scholastic and/or Yogin? The works attributed to the Indian medieval scholar Sthiramati
The Tsukuba-Hamburg Universities Symposium Series
Sponsored by Tsukuba University, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and the Numata Center for Buddhist Studies of Hamburg University.
27 August 2015, (18:15-19:45h)
Venue: Asien-Afrika-Institut, Room 211 (Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, East Wing of the Hauptgebäude)
- Lambert Schmithausen (Universität Hamburg): “Some Remarks on Mind-only”
28 August 2015
Venue: Hauptgebäude of Hamburg University (Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, Akademischer Senatssaal)
Morning Panel (9:00-12:00h)
- Hidenori Sakuma (Tsukuba University): “The Yoga Practitioner’s Viewpoit as a Benchmark for Analyzing Yogācāra Thought”
- Jowita Kramer (LMU München): "Sthiramati's Comments on the Three svabhāvas"
- Roy Tzohar (Tel Aviv University) "How Innovative is Sthiramati: the Case of the Triṃśikā-bhāṣya's Theory of Meaning."
Afternoon Panel (13:30-17:00h)
- Martin Delhey (Universität Hamburg) “Sthiramati's Supercommentary on the Madhyāntavibhāga: General Remarks and Select Problems“
- Jonathan Silk (Leiden University) “Sthiramati and Question of the Authorship of the Commentary to the Kāśyapaparivarta (Ratnakūṭa): "A Comparison with Passages in the Madhyāntavibhāgaṭīkā Citing the Sūtra”
- Shigeki Moro (Hanazono College) "Sthiramati, Paramārtha, Bhāviveka: East Asian Traditions of Sthiramati's Genealogy"
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