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Vasubandhu

[Revised entry by Jonathan C. Gold on April 27, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The Buddhist philosopher Vasubandhu (4th to 5th century C.E.) was a great light at the peak of India's
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[Revised entry by Jonathan C. Gold on April 27, 2015. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] The Buddhist philosopher Vasubandhu (4th to 5th century C.E.) was a great light at the peak of India's resplendent Gupta empire.[1] His works display his mastery of Buddhist as well as non-Buddhist thought of the day, and he made his mark, successively, upon three Buddhist scholastic...

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