World Library  

Search Results (15 titles)

Searched over 21.6 Million titles in 0.52 seconds

Federated Media Type
 
Buddhism (X) 1868 (X) Cultural Studies (X)

       
1
Records: 1 - 15 of 15 - Pages: 
  • Cover Image

Prolegomena to a history of Buddhist philosophy

By: Barua, Beni Madhab, 1888-1948
Read More
  • Cover Image

Journal of the Pali Text Society

By: Pali Text Society; Davids, Thomas William Rhys, 1843-1922; Davids, Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys, 1857-1942, Editor
Read More
  • Cover Image

The religion of the Samurai; a study of Zen philosophy and discipline in China and Japan

By: Nukariya, Kaiten; Kuei Fêng Tsung Mi, 774-841
Read More
  • Cover Image

Nirvâna : a story of Buddhist psychology

By: Carus, Paul, 1852-1919

... Buddhist Beatitudes, a translation of which is contained in Rhys Davids's Buddhism, pp. 125-126. Compare also Sir Monier Monier-Williams's trans- lat... ...wed with an individual ego-consciousness. 13, Page 35. Sudatta's attack of Buddhism is a condensed statement of the criticism made in ancient times by... ...erature of ancient India. They represent the transition from Brahmanism to Buddhism, and the Katha-Upanishad is per- haps the most beautiful of all. T... ...selves ? "). Judging from the doctrine of the three characteristics alone. Buddhism seems to be pessimism. But this is not so. Buddha has pointed out ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

The Religion of the Samurai; A Study of Zen Philosophy and Discipline in China and Japan

By: Nukariya, Kaiten; Kuei Fêng Tsung Mi, 774 841

...April, 1913. CONTENTS INTRODUCTION (1) The Southern and Northern Schools of Buddhism - - xiii {2) The Development and Differentiation of Buddliism - ... ... IV Reconciliation of the Temporary with the Real Doctrine 248 INTRODUCTION Buddhism is geographically divided into two schools ^ — the Southern, the... ...who call their doctrine Mahayana in contradistinction to the earlier form of Buddhism. We have to notice that the word HInajana frequently occurs in M... ...dental scholars that they almost always mean the Southern School by the word Buddhism. But with regard to the Northern School very little is known to ... ...dhist investi- gators. It is hardly justifiable to cover the whole system of Buddhism with a single epithet^ ' pessimistic ' or ' nihilistic,' because... ...Books of the East,' vol. xxi. Compare these books with ' OutUnes of Mahayana Buddhism,' by D. Suzuki. ^ Hinayanism is, generally speaking, inclined to... ... world differs markedly from that of Hinayanism, which is generally taken as Buddhism by occidentals, to explain how the religion of Buddha has adapte... ...ablished religious systems of the world. In the first place, it is as old as Buddhism itself, or even older, for its mode of practising Meditation has... ... There exists a society formed by men who have broken with the old creeds of Buddhism, and who call themselves the New Buddhists. It has for its organ...

Subject: Buddhism -- Sri Lanka History; Buddhism -- Thailand History

Read More
  • Cover Image

Compendium of Philosophy, Being a Translation Now Made for the First Time from the Original Pali of the Abhidhammattha-Sangaha

By: Anuruddha; Shwe Hsan Aung, B. 1871; Davids, Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys, 1857-1942

...tary, and as such still hold the field as modern textbooks for students of Buddhism in Buddhist countries. As such they should have been made accessib... ...ntribute an expository essay, on the lines of his all too brief article in Buddhism, the organ of the Sam;igama, entitled ' The Processes of Thought.'... ...enuinely so-called. Then turn and contemplate an Indian vista like this of Buddhism ! India has not yet taken back the faith of her Emperor Asoka. Bur... ...armenideanism, using spatial and static concepts in its turn, ever said of Buddhism : How can you build upon nothing? How can 'that which is' proceed,... ... way in which the tradition of the Thevavadins—it is often called Southern Buddhism—has philosophized, and still philosophizes, on these fundamental q... ...here this pre-emption of the term was carried so far that the rejection by Buddhism of the dtmaii, or noiimenal ego, and of an Absolute in general, wa... ...s spirited and pioneer sketch, Di-^ philo- sophische Grundlaje des alteren Buddhismus, Heidelberg, 1904. 2 It is only in Mahayanist Buddhism that Budd... ...s of ecstasy which may transform and purify all his earthly vision. Herein Buddhism approximates to the mysticism of other religious philosophies, bot... ...s into mysticism.' Under ' Indian Mysticism ' no consideration is given to Buddhism. So also in Eoyce, The World and lieality, vol. i. 2 Maudsley, Bod...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Le Buddhisme Éclectique : Exposé De Quelques-uns Des Principes De L'École

By: Rosny, Léon Louis Lucien Prunol De, 1837-1914
Read More
  • Cover Image

The Zen of Times

By: Frederick Fontanilla Jacob
Read More
  • Cover Image

Sadhana ; der weg zur vollendung

By: Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941
Read More
  • Cover Image

Der Buddhismus Als Religions-Philosophisches System

By: Bastian, Adolf, 1826-1905

...lection World Public Library.org PHILOSOPHISCHES SYSTEM Title: DER BUDDHISMUS ALS RELIGIONS-PHILOSOPHISCHES SYSTEM Author: A. BASTIAN Language... ...tian. Mit j Tafeln. Berlin. Weidmannsche Buchhandlung. 1893. 51v\6'd. Der Buddhismus pflegt als weitestverbreitete aller Religionen bezeichnet zu wer... ...nd- lung in ein Kloster übergeben war. Unter Kaiser Ming-ti ge- langte der Buddhismus, in der Form des Foismus, nach China, über Korea sodann nach Jap... ... die Pilger aus dem Mittelreich von den in Sogdiana bezeugten Klöstern des Buddhismus (bei ihrer Durchreise) noch zu erzählen wissen. Auch in den Mitt... ...pposition (und Sankacharya's Verfolgungen) festgewurzelter Seitenzweig des Buddhismus, durch dessen Banyanen (im Zusammengehen mit den aus Krishna's v... ...ge Entzifferungen hin), aber das in Java's grossartigen Trümmerstätten dem Buddhismus gesetzte Denkmal hat sich noch aufanderen Eilanden des indischen... ...egga). So gestaltet sich das unter Buddha's, des Erleuchteten, Na- men als Buddhismus zusammengefasste Lehrsystem zu einer Religionsphilosophie, in de... ...er-^ schmolzen, zum Aüsproben der Denkmöglichkeiten. , Insofern bildet der Buddhismus für ethnisch-psychische Studien (als Experimentir- Object) ein a... ...zur Verwendung der inductiven Forschungsmethode, bietet (wie ge- sagt) der Buddhismus ein geeignetstes Beobachtungsfeld, das •reichste Ernten verspric...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Prolegomena to a History of Buddhist Philosophy

By: Barua, Beni Madhab, 1888-1948
Read More
  • Cover Image

Die Lehre der Upanishaden und die Anfnge des Buddhismus

By: Oldenberg, Hermann, 1854-1920

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org DIE ANFÄNGE DES BUDDHISMUS Title: DIE LEHRE DER UPANISHADEN UND DIE ANFÄNGE DES BUDD... ...d die Anfänge des Buddliismus Die Lehre der Upanishaden und die Anfänge des Buddhismus Von Hermann Oldenberg Göttingen Vandenhoeck <& Ruprecht 1915 ... ...dnung der Dinge in den älteren üpanishaden, den jüngeren (Säipkliya) und dem Buddhismus S. 1. Land und Volk. Die Brahmanenkaste 3—10 Chronologisches. ... ...tt. Die Svetäsvatara Upanishad .... 273—281 Drittes Kapitel. Die Anfänge des Buddhismus. . . 282—340 Brahmanismus and Buddhismus S. 282. Geographische... ... . 282—340 Brahmanismus and Buddhismus S. 282. Geographisches Verhältnis des Buddhismus zu den Upanishaden S. 283. Chronologisches Verhältnis zu den ä... ...Säipkhya als Vorstufe dieses buddhistischen Dualismus S. 315. Verhältnis des Buddhismus zum Yoga S. 319. Selbständige Schöpfungen des Buddhismus : auf... ...eits des Nirvana. Es soll zu unsern Aufgaben gehören, die Lehre des ältesten Buddhismus darauf hin zu betrachten, in welchem Zusammenhang sie mit jene... ...unkt der beiden Ströme hinaus 1) Vgl. das Nähere unten im Abschnitt über den Buddhismus. 1* 4 Einleitung. nach Osten zu dringen. Wir dürfen uns in di... ...ar ist man immer noch weit entfernt von den Phantasiespielen, die später der Buddhismus betrieben hat — dem Zurückverfolgen einer Da- seinsverkettung ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Systems of Buddhistic Thought

By: Yamakami, Sogen

... priest, enquired of me in a half-curious, half-condescending manner, what Buddhism really meant. I fully understood the import of the question, and, ... ..., I turned over the leaves of Brewer's book until I came to the article on Buddhism, and showed it to my trans-Atlantic companion who read it with app... ...eting to myself with the help of Hepburn's Dictonary, the account given of Buddhism by the venerable Brewer ; and distressing indeed was my surprise w... ...larged edition iv PREFACE. of that work published in 1900, the article on Buddhism reads. "Buddhism," says 'Brewer on p. 184 of that book, "is a syst... ...erusiug Brewer's statements, "there must be some error somewhere ; for the Buddhism which I have practised and studied from my earhest youth believes ... ... of exposing the erroneous notions prevalent in occidental countries about Buddhism—the enormity of which might be measured by the fact of their havin... ...explain to the inhabitants of the country which gave us our religion, what Buddhism really is and what it is not. Such an opportunity, however, seemed... ...dite Vice-Chancellor* and the learned Syndicate had appointed me Reader on Buddhism to the University of Calcutta. And great indeed is the thankfulnes... ...and P^H may not neglect the Chinese and Tibetian versions of the Canons of Buddhism. It is they who have to take up the mission of unveiling the true ...

Read More
  • Cover Image

Sadhana ; Der Weg zur Vollendung

By: Tagore, Rabindranath, 1861-1941
Read More
  • Cover Image

Comparative Grammar of the Languages of Further India : A Fragment and Other Essays; The Literary Remains of the Late Capt. C. J. F. S. Forbes

By: Forbes, C. J. F. S

...civilised languages of Ultra-India.—Schleiermaoher's theory. —Diffusion of Buddhismand literature in Ultra-India.—Burman from Mon.—Shan from Cambodian... ...tracted to ot. It is not necessary here to give a history of the spread of Buddhism over the Indo-Chinese peninsula. It will suffice to indicate the l... .... It seems certain that, even if there had been previous attempts to plant Buddhism in these countries, the real establishment of that religion first ... ...Mons of Pegu and their kindred the Cambodians, on the shores DIFFUSION OF BUDDHISM. 17 of the gulf of Siam. Both these again traced their origin up t... ...s founded with the assistance of Indra, whom alone of the great Vedic gods Buddhism has admitted into its mythology. There is evidently a close connec... ...rse an invention of courtly historians of a date after the introduction of Buddhism J but, in the absence of any clear evidence to the contrary, it ap... ... India about the fourth or fifth century after Christ. The introduction of Buddhism^ and with it lettersand booksj into the two earliest civilized sta... ...to make a recension of the sacred Buddhist writings, became the apostle of Buddhism and civili- zation in the countries east of the Bay of Bengal. At ... ...ely, that the Karens were an intrusive race, appearing after the spread of Buddhism and a certain degree of civilization among the lowland Talain and ...

Read More
       
1
Records: 1 - 15 of 15 - Pages: 
 
 





Copyright © World Library Foundation. All rights reserved. eBooks from World eBook Library are sponsored by the World Library Foundation,
a 501c(4) Member's Support Non-Profit Organization, and is NOT affiliated with any governmental agency or department.