This book originates from a thesis work whereby it is one of the first comprehensive study of Chi-Tsang's treatment of The Two Truths in English. The work aims to build up a strong interest in readers, particularly, people in Western socities who are unfamiliar with Chinese tradition, culture and language. The topic is not only important in the theoritical approach but also critical to a practitioner to comprehend Chinese Buddhism for its ability to be a good reference work.
" a critical study of chi-tsang's (549-623) AD) . Theory of two truths namely worldly truth (Shih-ti) and the truth of supreme meaning (ti-yi-ti) .....an illuminating work which rewards the patient reader with knowledge and insights into the development o
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