A Source Book in Indian PhilosophyA Source Book in Indian Philosophy

Maijhima-nika'ya, iii.248—52: in Further Dialogue: of the Buddha, 11, translated by Lord 331151;: Sacred Books of the Buddhists, v1 (London: Oxford University Press, 1927), 5 “Suffering” has been substituted for the translator's “ill” ...

Author: Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400865062


Page: 720

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Here are the chief riches of more than 3,000 years of Indian philosophical thought-the ancient Vedas, the Upanisads, the epics, the treatises of the heterodox and orthodox systems, the commentaries of the scholastic period, and the contemporary writings. Introductions and interpretive commentaries are provided.

Dialogue and Doxography in Indian PhilosophyDialogue and Doxography in Indian Philosophy

Points of View in Buddhist, Jaina, and Advaita Vedānta Traditions Karl-Stéphan Bouthillette. V. i. Indriyam (v. 45–65) V1 i V Viii ix. Dhatu-s Moksa a Pudgala Atman ( Nirvāna i. ii. iii. iV. Vi. Vii. viii. ix. Xi. xii. xiii. xiv. i.

Author: Karl-Stéphan Bouthillette

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000032901


Page: 208

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This is the first book fully dedicated to Indian philosophical doxography. It examines the function such dialectical texts were intended to serve in the intellectual and religious life of their public. It looks at Indian doxography both as a witness of inter- and intra-sectarian dialogues and as a religious phenomenon. It argues that doxographies represent dialectical exercises, indicative of a peculiar religious attitude to plurality, and locate these ‘exercises’ within a known form of ‘yoga’ dedicated to the cultivation of ‘knowledge’ or ‘gnosis’ (jñāna). Concretely, the book presents a critical examination of three Sanskrit doxographies: the Madhyamakahṛdayakārikā of the Buddhist Bhāviveka, the Ṣaḍdarśanasamuccaya of the Jain Haribhadra, and the Sarvasiddhāntasaṅgraha attributed to the Advaitin Śaṅkara, focusing on each of their respective presentation of the Mīmāṃsā view. It is the first time that the genre of doxography is considered beyond its literary format to ponder its performative dimension, as a spiritual exercise. Theoretically broad, the book reaches out to academics in religious studies, Indian philosophy, Indology, and classical studies.

The Twilight LanguageThe Twilight Language

26 The difficulties in translating asava are discussed in T. W. Rhys Davids , Dialogues of the Buddha ( London : The Pali Text Society ... Bệhadāraṇyaka Up . 2 v1-15 ; 3 ii 13 ; Chandogya Up . 3 13 ; 5 11 – 23 ; Aitareya Up . 1 i 4 etc.

Author: Roderick S. Bucknell

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0700702342


Page: 233

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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Buddhism ScienceBuddhism Science

I offer my deep gratitude to His Holiness the Dalai Lama for encouraging the dialogue between Buddhism and science ... The time interval At = Ato / V1 – ( vlc ) ?, where At , is the rest frame value ( seventy days in our example ) and ...

Author: B. Alan Wallace

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN: 8120820258


Page: 470

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Reflecting its wide variety of topics, Buddhism and science is comprised of three sections. The first presents two historical overviews of the engagements between Buddhism and modern science or rather how Buddhism and modern science have definced, rivaled and complemented one another. The second describes the ways Buddhism and the cognitive sciences inform each other, the third address point of intersection between Buddhsim and the physical sciences. On the broadest level this work illuminates how different ways of exploring the nature of human identity the mind, and the universe at large can enrich and enlighten one another.

The Meaning of Life in Hinduism and BuddhismThe Meaning of Life in Hinduism and Buddhism

In eighteen chapters a dialogue is carried on between Arjuna, a member of the warrior caste of ancient India, and Lord Krishna, ... Buddha and the Gospel 1y” Buddhism, p. 236.) El V.24; III.2o; V.18; V1.29; V.25, 18; V1.32; XIV.25.

Author: Floyd H Ross

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135029340


Page: 182

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Originally published in 1952. This volume, by discussing significant insights of Hinduism and Buddhism, answers the question "What is the meaning of life?" It illustrates the importance of Buddhist and Hindu teachings and their relevance to the West, as well as clarifying some of the religious and philosophical problems Western readers must grapple with.

The Sutta NipataThe Sutta Nipata

Cambridge, Mass. 1932 Edward Conze, Buddhist Scriptures [I3; IV 16] Harmondsworth 1959, repr. 1983 Sir Muthu Coomaraswamy, Dialogues and Discourses of Gotama Buddha[I,II, III 7–9andIV 1] London 1874.[I1–3repr. in CharlesF. Horne (ed.) ...

Author: H. Saddhatissa

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136773006


Page: 148

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This is one of the oldest collections of Buddhist discourses in the Pali canon; by far one of the most popular as well as the most important. Written in a mixture of prose and verse, it presents a code of conduct and provides the basis for a system of moral philosophy. A prime source work.