Научные исследования сутр махаяны: ретроспектива и современное состояние


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Notes on the Contributor

David Drewes is an Indian Buddhologist working mainly on early Mahayana and, more recently, early Buddhism. He focuses on what he sees as the central problems in these areas, attempting to develop broad new understandings.

Correspondence to: David Drewes. Email: David.Drewes@umanitoba.ca

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