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'''Collected Topics''' (Tib. [[བསྡུས་གྲྭ་]], ''dü dra'',  [[Wyl.]] ''bsdus grwa'') is the name given to a genre of literature, especially popular in the [[Gelugpa]] school, which provides an introduction to the basic themes of [[pramana]]. In its broadest sense, it includes the genres of [[Lorik]] (བློ་རིགས་, ''blo rigs'') and [[Tarik]] (རྟགས་རིགས་, ''rtags rigs'').
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'''Collected Topics''' (Tib. [[བསྡུས་གྲྭ་]], ''dü dra'',  [[Wyl.]] ''bsdus grwa'') is the name given to a genre of literature, especially popular in the [[Gelugpa]] school, which provides an introduction to the basic themes of [[pramana]]. In its broadest sense, it includes the genres of [[Lorik]] and [[Tarik]].
  
 
==Major Texts==
 
==Major Texts==

Latest revision as of 09:12, 25 July 2019

Collected Topics (Tib. བསྡུས་གྲྭ་, dü dra, Wyl. bsdus grwa) is the name given to a genre of literature, especially popular in the Gelugpa school, which provides an introduction to the basic themes of pramana. In its broadest sense, it includes the genres of Lorik and Tarik.

Major Texts

  • Phurchok Dūdra (translated in Rogers 2009)

Further Reading

  • Shunzo Onoda, 'bsDus grwa Literature' in Cabezón and Jackson, ed., Tibetan Literature: Studies in Genre (Ithaca: Snow Lion, 1996)
  • Katherine Manchester Rogers, Tibetan Logic (Ithaca: Snow Lion, 2009)