In the hope of nibbana: an essay on Theravada Buddhist ethics

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Open Court, 1964 - Philosophy - 298 pages
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Contents

THE FRAMEWORK OF SELFPERFECTION
1
THE SELF AS SUBJECT TO KAMMA
35
NIBBANA AND ETHICAL VALUES
69
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Winston L. King is Professor Emeritus of Vanderbilt University. He has had extended firsthand contact with Buddhism in Burma and Japan and is the author of a number of books on religion as a cultural phenomenon and Buddhism in particular.

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