- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- 1.1 Nāgārjuna as Anti-realist
- 1.2 Thinking on Empty: Madhyamaka Anti-realism and Canons of Rationality
- 1.3 On the Soteriological Significance of Emptiness
- 1.4 A Note on the Early Buddhist Theory of Truth
- 2.1 Perceiving Particulars: A Buddhist Defence
- 2.2 Do Persons Supervene on Skandhas?
- 2.3 Causation and Emptiness in Early Madhyamaka
- 2.4 Contradiction in Buddhist Argumentation
- 2.5 Deductive, Inductive, Both, or Neither?
- 3.1 Buddhist Nominalism and Desert Ornithology
- 3.2 Apohavāda, Nominalism, and Resemblance Theories
- 3.3 The Sense–Reference Distinction in Indian Philosophy of Language
- 4.1 The Madhyamaka Critique of Epistemology I
- 4.2 The Madhyamaka Critique of Epistemology II
- 4.3 Madhyamaka on Naturalized Epistemology
- 5.1 Buddhist Paleocompatibilism
- 5.2 Buddhist Reductionism and the Structure of Buddhist Ethics
- 6.1 Nyāya Realism, Buddhist Critique
- 6.2 Distinguishing the Mādhyamika from the Advaitin: A Field Guide
- Studies in Buddhist Philosophy
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