Alex WaymanAlex Wayman (January 11, 1921 – September 22, 2004) was a Tibetologist and Indologist and worked as a professor of Sanskrit at Columbia University. He was of Jewish background.
After finishing his B.A. (1948), M.A. (1949) and Ph. D. (1959) at the University of California, Los Angeles he came to Columbia as a visiting professor in 1966. In 1967 he was made professor of Sanskrit and remained in this position until his retirement in 1991.
Wayman wrote many books on Buddhism, especially Tantric Buddhist themes, and on Buddhist logic. Provided by Wikipedia
Superior document: Post-Graduate and Research Department series no. 27
Superior document: Buddhist tradition series volume 36
Superior document: Buddhist tradition series volume 28
Superior document: Sonderdruck aus Religions of the present / edited by C. Jouco Bleeker and Geo Widengren Historia religionum : handbook for the history of religions ; volume 2
Superior document: Religions of Asia series number 5
Superior document: A millennium of Buddhist logic Volume 1
Superior document: Buddhist Traditions volume 9
Calming the mind and discerning the real : Buddhist meditation and the middle view: from the Lam rim chen mo of Tsoṅ-kha-pa / translated by Alex Wayman
Superior document: Abhidhānaviśvalocanam or Abhidhānamuktāvalī of Śrīdharasena 2
The lion's roar of Queen Śrīmālā : a Buddhist scripture on the Tathāgatagarbha theory / translated, with introduction and notes by Alex Wayman and Hideko Wayman
Abhidhānaviśvalocanam or Abhidhānamuktāvalī of Śrīdharasena / 1 : With its Tibetan translation / by Dharma Bhadra, Zhalu Lotsaba ; edited by Lozang Jamspal in collababoration with Prof. Emeritus Alex Wayman
Superior document: Abhidhānaviśvalocanam or Abhidhānamuktāvalī of Śrīdharasena 1