3 edition of Buddhist philosophy from 350 to 600 A.D. found in the catalog.
Buddhist philosophy from 350 to 600 A.D.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Karl H. Potter.|
|Series||Encyclopedia of Indian philosophies ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Potter, Karl H.|
|LC Classifications||B131 .E5 v. 9, B162 .E5 v. 9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||762 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||762|
|LC Control Number||2004553971|
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Volume 9 of Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies: Buddhist Philosophy from to A.D Volume 13 of Reference Works Volume 9 of The Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies, Reviews: 1.
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias Encyclopédies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buddhist philosophy from to A.D. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, This book presents the Buddhist philosophy in the subtlest manner. The author lets us know that the design of our mind is to most times deceive us.
As such, we naturally feel so attached to feelings of depression, anxiety, and anger. All these make it difficult for us to attain true happiness. This book, not for beginners, is issued by Oxford University Press and directed more toward scholars of Western philosophy as an introduction than for Buddhist practitioners training in a particular formal order or sect; but I suggest that such students would much appreciate this book also, chiefly for breaking any attachments to notions of a superior approach or understanding from any /5(12).
Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies - Volume IX (Buddhist Philosophy from to A.D.). Buddhist Philosophy: Selected full-text books and articles. Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings By William Edelglass; Jay L.
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This volume continues the coverage of Buddhist philosophical thought through the period that includes Buddhaghosa and Buddhadatta, Dignaga, Dharmakirti, and the commentators Bhavya, Dharmapala, and Sthiramati. He starts with a sketch of the Buddha and the Dharma, and highlights the origins of Buddhism in India.
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Buddhist philosophy accepts the inevitability of disease, death, and emotional pain in a human’s life. The cause of human suffering is attributed to the attachment to things that have shape and form.
The antidote offered is simple – to cure suffering, free yourself from attachment. Practical ways to end suffering. About the Book This is the fifth and last volume of the Encyclopedia to deal with Buddhist philosophy in India. The volume consists of summaries of the works of Buddhist philosophers who lived from the mid-8th century to the early 13th century.
Volume IX: Buddhist Philosophy from to A.D. This volume continues the coverage of Buddhist philosophical thought through the period that includes Buddhaghosa and Buddhadatta, Dignaga, Dharmakirti, and the commentators Bhavya, Dharmapāla, and Sthiramati.
Karl H. Potter, ed. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, Volume X: Jain Philosophy. Buddhism as Philosophy fills that void. Unlike other texts that serve to introduce Buddhist thought, it is written by a philosopher and it shows how the Buddhist tradition deals with the same sorts of problems that get treated in Western philosophy and employs the same sorts of methods.
Buddhist Philosophy The Origin and Teachings of Buddhism The story of Buddhism might be said to have begun with a loss of innocence. Siddhartha Gautama, a young prince of the Shakhya clan in India, had been raised in a life of royal ease, shielded from the misery and cruelties of the world outside the palace gates, distracted by sensual pleasures and luxurious living.Buddhist philosophy refers to the philosophical investigations and systems of inquiry that developed among various Buddhist schools in India following the parinirvana (i.e.
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