Christian Charrier & Patrick Carré at the 2019 Tathāgatagarbha Symposium

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Christian Charrier & Patrick Carré at the 2019 Tathāgatagarbha Symposium
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Christian Charrier and Patrick Carré share insights from their new translation of 'Jam mgon Kong sprul’s commentary on the Uttaratantraśāstra into French entitled Traité de la Continuité suprême du Grand Véhicule.

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Uttaratantraśāstra: A New French Translation from Tibetan According to ‘Jam mgon Kong sprul’s Commentary

Christian and Patrick have recently finished a new translation of 'Jam mgon Kong sprul’s commentary on the Uttaratantrashastra into French, Traité de la Continuité suprême du Grand Véhicule, which will be available at the symposium. Christian and Patrick will share insights from their work on this new translation.

Linguistically, our main challenge has been to keep a “classical” style with an “experiential” flavour and bridge the gap between flowery poetry and philosophical prose. As our choices indeed reflect our understanding of the treatise, this presentation will lead us to express our personal views of the contents.

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Zu Gawai Dorje
11th Century
Tsen Khawoche
1021
Sajjana
11th century
Dölpopa Sherab Gyaltsen
1292 ~ 1361
Jamgön Kongtrul
1813 ~ 1899
Butön Rinchen Drup
1290 ~ 1364
Tāranātha
1575 ~ 1634
Gö Lotsāwa Zhönu Pal
1392 ~ 1481
Shenpen Hookham
1946
François Chenique
1927 ~ 2012
Etienne Loyon
Marc Agate

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Featuring Christian Charrier, Patrick Carré
Creator University of Vienna, Tsadra Foundation
Event Tathāgatagarbha Across Asia (17 July 2019, University of Vienna, Austria)
Related Website Buddha-Nature Project
Video Web Location Tathāgatagarbha Across Asia
Creation Date 17 July 2019
Citation Charrier, Christian, and Patrick Carré. "Uttaratantraśāstra: A New French Translation from Tibetan According to ‘Jam mgon Kong sprul’s Commentary." Paper presented at the University of Vienna Symposium, Tathāgatagarbha Across Asia, Vienna, Austria, July 2019. Video, 40:49. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sgz0XThTwGE.