Buddhism as philosophy: an introduction

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Ashgate, Jun 30, 2007 - Philosophy - 232 pages
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Review: Buddhism as Philosophy: An Introduction

User Review  - Ryan Trimble - Goodreads

Clearly written, providing some historical background with emphasis on philosophical underpinnings: metaphysics, ontology, ethics. A great introduction to Buddhist philosophy. Read full review

Review: Buddhism as Philosophy: An Introduction

User Review  - Tamm - Goodreads

This was an excellent read. I think that something heavily criticized by other reviewers was the books difficulty level. While it was a concern at times, I felt like this was one of the first books I ... Read full review

Contents

Basic Teachings
15
Empty Persons
65
Buddhist Ethics
78
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