(Sanskrit = yoga practice)
Founded in the 5th century BCE by Asanga, this is a type of Mahayana Buddhism that emphasizes subjective experience, exploring it via meditation and yoga.
1. Yogacara and Madhyamaka are the two principal philosophical schools of Mahayana Buddhism.
2. It is the most abstract school of Buddhism. They believe that everything in the world is created by the mind. Which is a claim about the world.
As opposed to Descartes, who believed that all you can really be sure of is that you know that you think. Which is a claim about what you can know.
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