A Manual of Key Buddhist Terms: Categorization of Buddhist Terminologies With Commentary

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Library of Tibetan Works and Archives, 1992 - Religion - 119 pages
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One must have a good working knowledge of Buddhist terminology in order to comprehend Buddhism clearly.
This text, written by an 8th-century Tibetan translattor named Kaba Palsteg, introduces us to a world of scientifiacally-classified Buddhist terminology.
The author provides comprehensive lists with commentaries of the terms through which we gain access to Buddhist philosophy, psychology, cosmology and so forth.

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