Autores: Fernando Tola y Carmen Dragonetti
Sylvain Lévi found in Nepal in 1928 a manuscript of the Sanskrit text of this small treatise in verses. The manuscript attributes the work to Vasubandhu. On Levi’s request, Susumu Yamaguchi published in 1931 that Sanskrit text. Yamaguchi edition contains a critical apparatus, one of the two Tibetan translations that have been preserved (the one which attributes the work to Vasubandhu, see infra), a Japanese translation and a commentary also in Japanese of his own.
Tola, F. & Dragonetti, C. (1983), “Yuktiṣaṣṭikākārikā. Las sesenta estrofas de la argumentación de Nāgārjuna”, Boletín de la Asociación Española de Orientalistas, 5(19): 5-38.