Transcendental Reality

Some articles on transcendental reality:

Śūnyatā - Understanding in Various Buddhist Traditions - Chinese Buddhism
... the perceived similarities with the Tao, which was understood as a transcendental reality underlying the world of appearances ... first was also understood as pointing to transcendental reality ... Buddhism several centuries to realize that sunyata does not refer to an essential transcendental reality underneath or behind the world of appearances ...

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