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The Yogācāra (practitioners of yoga) school, also known as citta-mātra (mind-only), or vijñānavāda (consciousness school), is one of two major schools of Indian Mahāyāna Buddhist thought, which flourished in classical India from the 3rd–4th century CE to the 9th century CE.

- William Waldron, Yogācāra in Oxford Bibliographies.

Sources in this collection

The list below includes sources from this Collection’s Subcollections.

Dignāga, Dharmapāla, Vinītadeva, N Sastri A.  1942.  Ālambanaparīkṣā and Vṛtti. The Adyar Library series; Adyar Library series.
Yamabe N.  2018.  Ālayavijñāna From a Practical Point of View. Journal of Indian Philosophy. 46(2):283.
Schmithausen L.  1987.  Ālayavijñāna: On the Origin and the Early Development of a Central Concept of Yogācāra Philosophy. Studia philologica Buddhica. Monograph series; Studia philologica Buddhica Monograph series.
King R.  1994.  Early Yogacara and Its Relationship With the Madhyamaka School. Philosophy East & West. 44(4):659-683.
Hung J.  2018.  The Early Yogācāra Theory of No-Self. Asian Philosophy. 28(4):316-331.
Buescher H.  2008.  The Inception of Yogācāra-Vijñānavāda. Beiträge zur Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens; Sitzungsberichte / Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch-Historische Klasse; Sitzungsberichte (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch-Historische Klasse).
Kramer J.  2010.  The Inner Science of Buddhist Practice: Vasubandhu's Summary of the Five Heaps With Commentary by Sthiramati. Indo-Iranian Journal; The Inner Science of Buddhist Practice: Vasubandhu's Summary of the Five Heaps With Commentary by Sthiramati. 53(4):359.
Maitreyanātha, Vasubandhu, Sthiramati.  1971.  Madhyānta-Vibhaṅga; Discourse on Discrimination Between Middle and Extremes. Soviet Indology series; Bibliotheca Buddhica. Reprint, 30; Bibliotheca Buddhica.
Śāstrī YSadāśiva.  1989.  Mahāyānasūtrālaṅkāra of Asaṅga: A Study in Vijñānavāda Buddhism. Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica series; Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica.
Wood TE.  1991.  Mind Only: A Philosophical and Doctrinal Analysis of the Vijñānavāda. Monograph no. 9 of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy; Monograph ... of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy.
Tulku D, Delhi I)Tibet Hous.  1990.  Mind Only School and Buddhist Logic: A Collection of Seminar Papers. Dialogue series; Dialogue series (Tibet House (Organization: New Delhi, India).
Skilling P.  2000.  Vasubandhu and the Vyākhyāyukti Literature. The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies. 23(2):297.
Takahashi K.  2004.  Vasubandhu and the Yogācārabhūmi: Yogācāra Elements in the Abhidharmakośabhāṣya. The Eastern Buddhist; Vasubandhu and the Yogācārabhūmi: Yogācāra Elements in the Abhidharmakośabhāṣya. 36(1-2):236.
Franco E.  2017.  Vasubandhu the Unified. Journal of Indian Philosophy. 45(5):961-972.
Buescher H.  2010.  Vasubandhu's Pañcaskandhaka. Indo-Iranian Journal. 53(4):331.
Dharmapāla, Lévi S, Sthiramati.  1925.  Vijñaptimātratāsiddhi: Deux Traités de Vasubandhu: Viṁśatikā (la Vingtaine) Accompagnée D'une Explication En Prose. Bibliotheque de l'Ecole de hautes etudes. Sciences historiqueset philologiques. 345.fasc.
Vasubandhu, Tivārī M.  1967.  Vijn̄aptimātratāsiddhi. The Vidyabhawan Sanskrit granthamala.
Powers J.  1991.  The Yogācāra School of Buddhism: A Bibliography. ATLA bibliography series.