BhāvivekaBhāviveka, also called Bhāvaviveka (; ), and Bhavya was a sixth-century (c. 500 – c. 570) madhyamaka Buddhist philosopher. Alternative names for this figure also include Bhavyaviveka, Bhāvin, Bhāviviveka, Bhagavadviveka and Bhavya. Bhāviveka is the author of the ''Madhyamakahrdaya'' (''Heart of the Middle''), its auto-commentary the ''Tarkajvālā'' (''Blaze of Reasoning'') and the ''Prajñāpradīpa'' (''Lamp for Wisdom'').
In Tibetan Buddhism Bhāviveka is regarded as the founder of the svātantrika tradition of mādhyamaka, as opposed to the prāsaṅgika madhyamaka of Chandrakirti.
There is also another later author called Bhāvaviveka who wrote another set of madhyamaka texts. He is sometimes called Bhāvaviveka II by modern scholars''.'' Provided by Wikipedia
Superior document: The Adyar Library pamphlet series no. 54
The Madhyamaka-Hṛdaya-Kārikā of Bhāvaviveka : a photographic reproduction of Prof. V.V. Gokhale's copy / Shrikant S. Bahulkar
Superior document: Nagoya studies in Indian culture and Buddhism 15
Buddhistische Lehre Indiens : Textedition und -kritik von Bhavyas Madhyamakahṛdayakārikā I-III / Annette L. Heitmann
Superior document: Schriftenreihe Philologia Band 130
Hindu philosophy in Buddhist perspective : the Vedāntatattvaviniścaya chapter of Bhavya's Madhyamakahṛdayakārikā / Olle Qvarnström
Superior document: Lund studies in African and Asian religions vol. 4
The Madhyamakaśāstram of Nāgārjuna : with the commentaries: Akutobhayā by Nāgārjuna, Madhyamakavṛtti by Buddhapālita, Prajñāpradīpavṛtti by Bhāvaviveka, Prasannapadāvṛtti by Candrakīrti / critically reconstructed Raghunath Pandeya