4 edition of literature of the Personalists of early Buddhism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-232) and index.
|Statement||Bhikshu Thích Thiên Châu ; English translation by Sara Boin-Webb.|
|Series||Buddhist tradition series ;, v. 39., Buddhist traditions ;, v. 39.|
|LC Classifications||BQ7255.P83 T5413 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 242 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||00370424|
General Overviews. Buddhist theories of the self and personal identity must be studied in relation to their background in early Indian thought. Horsch surveys the relevant material, though Steven Collins (see Studies) does this very thoroughly as well.A detailed historical treatment of early Buddhism may be found in Lamotte Conze may be recommended as providing valuable. (1) A person, self, or an individual. (2) Personhood, the central concept of the doctrine of Puḍgalavāda, developed by various streams of early Buddhism in India, such as the Vātsīputrīyas, the Dharmottarīyas, the Bhadrāyanīyas, the Sāṃmitīyas, and the Ṣaṇṇāgārikas.
Thích, Thiện Châu () The Literature of the Pudgalavādins, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 7 (1), ; Thích, Thiện Châu, Boin-Webb, Sara (). The literature of the Personalists of early Buddhism, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass; Thich Nhat Hanh. Going Home: Jesus and Buddha as Brothers, Riverhead Books, , The Literature of the Personalists of Early Buddhism. Translated by Sara Boin-Webb. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, A thorough treatment of the four extant Pudgalavadin treatises preserved in the Chinese canon. Conze, Edward, Buddhist Thought in India. Hinayana sects, pp. Dutt, Nalinaksha, Buddhist Sects in India.
The Literature of the Personalists of Early Buddhism. Delhi: Motilal Barnasidass, Choong, Mun-keat (Wei-keat). “A Discussion on the Determination of the Date of the Historical Buddha”. Journal of Indian History (): Vol. LXXVI-LXXVIII. Clarke, Shayne. “Vinaya Matṛkā - Mother of the Monastic Codes or Just Another Set of. Nirvana (निर्वाण, Sanskrit: nirvāṇa; Pali: nibbana, nibbāna) is the goal of the Buddhist path. The literal meaning of the term is "blowing out" or "quenching". Nirvana is the ultimate spiritual goal in Buddhism and marks the soteriological release from rebirths in saṃsāra. Nirvana is part of the Third Truth on "cessation of dukkha" in the Four Noble Truths, and the summum Bengali: নির্বাণ.
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About the Book: Personalism (Pudgalavada) was a remarkable and durable aspect of an important part of early Buddhism. For more than tem centuries it was taught and defended by several schools and had numerous followers but was strongly criticized by other Buddhist schools.
The Literature of the Personalists (Pudgalavadins) of Early Buddhism attempts to present an historical overview of the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thiện Châu, Thích. Literature of the Personalists of early Buddhism.
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The Literature of the Personalists of Early Buddhism attempts to present an historical overview of the personalist schools and studies on the formation and content of the doctrine (dharma) and monastic discipline of the Pudgalavadins in accordance with the documentation available.
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In order to carry out this analysis, though, it is necessary to have an under standing of. BUDDHISM, SCHOOLS OF: EARLY DOCTRINAL SCHOOLS OF BUDDHISM. The term H ī nay ā na refers to the group of Buddhist schools or sects that appeared before the beginning of the common era and those directly derived from them.
The word H ī nay ā na, which means "small vehicle," that is, "lesser means of progress" toward liberation, is was applied disdainfully to these early forms. อภิธรรม (aphitham) A-tì-đạt-ma, Vi Diệu Pháp. Glossary of Buddhism. Part of a series on.
Pre-sectarian Buddhism. Silk Road transmission of Buddhism. Decline in the Indian subcontinent. Later Buddhists. Buddhist modernism. Four Noble Truths. Noble Eightfold Path. Five Aggregates. Dependent Origination. Early Buddhist i: অভিধর্ম্ম, ôbhidhôrmmô. About the Book This book has tried to study systematically Buddhist religion from its inception till it became a vibrant religious faith in early years and as thousands of men and women became the disciples of Buddha, due to novelty of this religion and his skill of oration and discourses also influenced by towering personality of the Buddha.
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The original saṅgha split into the first early schools (generally believed to be the Sthavira nikāya and the Mahāsāṃghika) a significant number of years.