By Paul Williams
Brings jointly Paul Williams' formerly released papers at the Indian and Tibetan interpretations of chosen verses from the 8th and 9th chapters of the Bodhicaryavatara.
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Why should I care about the toothache of 40 On Altruism and Rebirth others ? Quite dearly when I clean my teeth I am not thinking that I am preventing the toothache of another person. ' could not be different in the same way that contemporary others are different, and speaking of them both as being different in the same way is simply a cause for confusion. 23 When we come to the issue of rebirth (the narrower application), however, the opponent begins to face problems. And in spite of bSod nams rtse mo and rGyal tshab rje's treatment of the previous verse it is rebirth and the narrower application which Santideva has in mind in Bodhicaryavatara 8 : 9 8 .
If I woke up as Archibald I would not be the same person as the Williams who went to sleep. If I do not wake up as Archibald or anyone else then I am the same person as Williams. 22 So it seems that the opponent is not committed to any notion of an enduring Self in claiming that the one who will get toothache will be me, and therefore I am justified in guarding now against toothache by cleaning my teeth regularly. Why should I care about the toothache of 40 On Altruism and Rebirth others ? Quite dearly when I clean my teeth I am not thinking that I am preventing the toothache of another person.
3! Among our Tibetan commentators, bSod nams rtse mo does employ by name the rang bzhin gyis mya ngan las 'das. 507:2 ) ) . It may be, however, that bSod nams rtse mo is here referring to the view of rNgog 10 tsa ba, who is mentioned on the next line but one, and it is possible that it was rNgog, again influenced by his use of the Ratnagotravibhaga, who introduced the prakrtinirvatJa as a possible gloss on Bodhicar yavatara 9 : 1 1 1 . bSod nams rtse mo's words would certainly fit with rNgog's approach, since in fact they amount to an explanation of the expression 'pure by nature' .
Altruism and Reality : Studies in the Philosophy of the Bodhicaryavatara by Paul Williams