When It Is Good To Be Bad : Medieval Indo-Tibetan Tantric Buddhist Apologetics (PDF)

Found : When It Is Good To Be Bad : Medieval Indo-Tibetan Tantric Buddhist Apologetics (PDF)

Antinomianism comes in at least two forms: strong or weak. Weak antinomianism is permissive: one may do what is bad and nevertheless somehow remain not guilty. Strong antinomianism is normative: one is compelled to commit an offence, with the same impunity. Antinomianism as a norm is strong antinomianism: one is obliged to transgress.

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