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Series: Ashgate World Philosophies Series

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Buddhism as Philosophy: An Introduction by Mark Siderits
Buddhism, Knowledge and Liberation: A Philosophical Study (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by David Burton
Buddhism, Virtue And Environment (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by David Edward Cooper
Buddhist inclusivism : attitudes towards religious others by Kristin Beise Kiblinger
Comparative approaches to Chinese philosophy by Bo Mou
An Introduction to Madhva Vedanta (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Deepak Sarma
An Introduction to Yoga Philosophy: An Annotated Translation of the Yoga Sutras (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Ashok Kumar Malhotra
Knowing Beyond Knowledge: Epistemologies of Religious Experience in Classical and Modern Advaita (Ashgate World Philosophy Series) (Ashgate World Philosophy Series) (Ashgate World Philosophy Series) by Thomas A. Forsthoefel
Learning from Chinese Philosophies: Ethics of Interdependent And Contextualised Self (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Karyn Lai
Mencius, Hume, and the foundations of ethics by Xiusheng Liu
Mulla Sadra's Transcendent Philosophy (Ashgate World Philosophies) by Muhammad Kamal
Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy: Empty Persons (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Mark Siderits
The philosophy of Rabindranath Tagore by Kalyan Sen Gupta
Wisdom in Early Confucian And Israelite Traditions: A Comparative Study (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Xinzhong Yao
Zen Buddhism and Environmental Ethics (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Simon P. James
Zhuangzi and Early Chinese Philosophy: Vagueness, Transformation and Paradox (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) (Ashgate World Philosophies Series) by Steve Coutinho

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