Buddhist Thought in India: Three Phases of Buddhist Philosophy
Originally published in 1962.
This book discusses and interprets the main themes of Buddhist thought in India and is divided into three parts:
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Abhidharma Absolute actually appear Arhat arise Asanga attainment become believe Bodhisattva body Buddha Buddhaghosa Candrakirti cause cognition concept conditioned dharmas conditioned things consciousness D. T. Suzuki deﬁlements deﬁned deﬁnition dharma-theory dharmas dharmic difﬁculties distinct distinguish doctrine elements emptiness essential everything exist experience fact faith feeling ﬁeld ﬁnal ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁrst ﬁve skandhas Hinayana identiﬁed identity impermanence inﬁnite inﬂuence insight karma kind logic Madhyamikas Mahasanghikas Mahayana Mahayanists means meditation mental mind mystical Nagarjuna nature ness Nirvana not-self object one’s ordinary own-being Path perception permanent person Personalists perverted views philosophical practice Pras Pratyekabuddhas pudgala rebirth reﬂection regard saints salvation Samsara Sarvastivadins Sautrantikas scientiﬁc sense Sﬁtras sight-object signiﬁcance Signless skandhas speciﬁc spiritual stage Sthaviras Suzuki St Tantras Tathagata teaching term theory Theravadins three marks tion tradition trance trsl truth uncon Unconditioned Vasubandhu Vatsiputriyas virtue wisdom words worldly Yogacarins yogin