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In the Ge-luk-pa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, training in analytical reasoning is considered essential not only for the academic path, but because it enhances the pursuit of meditation. The Ge-luk-pa system of logic (the path of reasoning) produces a mind that is trained, powerful, flexible, and able to approach an idea from numerous points of view. When it is applied in ...more
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Published March 16th 2009 by Snow Lion Publications
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