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Nāgārjuna (natus in India meridiana[1] circa 150; mortuus circa 250) fuit monachus, philosophus, et scriptor e regione Andhra Pradesa in India ortus et conditor scholae Madhyamaka. Late unus e philosophis Buddhisticis maximi momenti aestimatur.[2] Cum Aryadeva discipulo habetur conditor Madhyamaka scholae Buddhismi Mahāyāna. [3] Nāgārjuna etiam philosophiam Prajñāpāramitā orsarum excoluit, ac nonnulli fontes affirmant eum scripturas orbi terrarum retexisse quas a quibusdam nagis[4] recuperavit. Praeterea, nonnullos libellos de rasayana scripsisse, atque officium rectoris Nalandae meruisse memoriae traditum est.[5]

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Nāgārjuna saepe forma composita depingitur cui sunt proprietates hominum et nagarum.[6]

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  1. Kalupahana 1992: 160.
  2. Garfield 1995.
  3. Garfield 1995.
  4. Spiritus aquatici saepe in forma hominum anguiformium picti.
  5. Hsing Yun, Xingyun, Tom Manzo, et Shujan Cheng, Infinite Compassion, Endless Wisdom: The Practice of the Bodhisattva Path (Hacienda Heights California: Buddha's Light Publishing).
  6. Douglas Berger, Nagarjuna (c. 150—c. 250). Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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