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Early monastic Buddhism.

Nalinaksha Dutt

Early monastic Buddhism.

by Nalinaksha Dutt

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Published by Firma K. L. Mukhopadhyay in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gautama Buddha -- Teachings,
  • Gautama Buddha

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBQ4115 .D87 1971
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 311 p.
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4085296M
    LC Control Number79924755

    BD Book of Discipline BMC1 The Buddhist Monastic Code, vol. I C Commentary Cp Cariy›pi˛aka Cv Cullavagga DN Dıgha Nik›ya Dhp Dhammapada Iti Itivuttaka Khp Khuddakap›˛ha MN Majjhima Nik›ya Mv Mah›vagga NP Nissaggiya P›cittiya Pc P›cittiya Pd P›˛idesanıya Pr P›r›jika. This is a scholarly book on the first hundred years of the institutional aspect of the Buddhist religion. In the book, the author has concentrated on the development of Buddhism as it applied to the monastic community as well as the lay people, dispelling the notion that Buddhism was only a philosophical system concerned with an independent quest by a few towards Nirvana.

    BMC1 The Buddhist Monastic Code, vol. I BMC2 The Buddhist Monastic Code, vol. II C Commentary Cp Cariy›pi˛aka Students of Early Buddhism, Therav›din history, or contemporary Therav›din issues should also find this book book, but given the still unsettled nature of our current knowledge of the Canon, I found them unavoidable. File Size: 3MB.   Joseph Walser provides the first examination of Nagarjuna's life and writings in the context of the religious and monastic debates of the second century CE. Walser explores how Nagarjuna secured the canonical authority of Mahayana teachings and considers his use of rhetoric to ensure the transmission of his writings by Buddhist monks. Drawing on close textual .

    Buddhism - Buddhism - Historical development: The Buddha was a charismatic leader who founded a distinctive religious community based on his unique teachings. Some of the members of that community were, like the Buddha himself, wandering ascetics. Others were laypersons who venerated the Buddha, followed certain aspects of his teachings, and provided the . Early Buddhologists, who tended to focus on the texts and doctrines of particular schools of Buddhism, showed little interest in the study of monasticism as a set of social and religious practices. Historians and scholars of art undertook most of the foundational work in the study of Buddhist monasticism.


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