Collected Papers on Buddhist Studies, Volume 41

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Padmanabh S. Jaini
Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2001 - Bouddhisme - Recherche - 557 pages
In this volume, a companion to the author`s Collected Papers on Jaina Studies, twenty-nine of his articles, encompassing some forty years of research on various facets of Buddhism, have been brought together for the first time. They cover a wide range of topics including comparative studies with Jainism, points of controversy within Abhidharma, the Bodhisattva career of Maitreya based on narratives from the Jatakas and Mahayana Sutras, and selections from Buddhist ritual texts.
 

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Contents

States of Happiness in Buddhist Heterodoxy 1999
3
BUDDHIST STUDIES
29
Their Conflict with Brāhmanical
47
On the Sarvaj˝atva Omniscience of Mahāvīra
97
Amộtacandras Critique
123
SamskāraDuḥkhatā and the Jaina Concept
133
The Disappearance of Buddhism and the survival
139
Svadharma versus
155
Praj˝ā and Drsţi in the Vaibhāșika Abhidharma 1977
267
Smrti in the Abhidharma Literature and
281
An Analysis
297
On the Buddha Image 1979
331
Some nīti Verses of the Lokaneyyapakara˝a 1984
339
Political and Cultural Data in References to Mathurā
349
Gautamas Last Female
367
The Apocryphal Jātakas of Southeast Asian
375

On the Ignorance of the Arhat 1992
167
On the Theory of Two Vasubandhus 1958
183
Buddhas Prolongation of Life 1958
191
The Vaibhāșika Theory of Words
201
The Sautrāntika Theory of Bīja 1959
219
The Origin and Development of the Viprayukta
239
Abhidharmadīpa 1961
261
The Alokā of Haribhadra and the Sāratamā
397
The Sanskrit Fragments in Vinītadevas
417
Stages in the Bodhisattva Career of the Tathāgatą
458
417
488
A Paritta Manuscript from
505
Introduction to and Translation
535
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