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Early Buddhist discourses

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Published by Hackett Publishing Company in Indianapolis, IN .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited, with translations, by John J. Holder.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBQ
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 216 p. ;
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22726972M
ISBN 100872207927

Get this from a library! Early Buddhist discourses. [John J Holder;] -- Twenty discourses from the Pali Canon - including those most essential to the study and teaching of early Buddhism - are provided in fresh translations, accompanied by introductions that highlight. Study and Discussion Questions for Early Buddhist Discourses Chapter Two: Discourse to the Kālāmas (Kālāma Sutta) Study Questions 1) Summarize the reputation of the Buddha as reported by the Kālāmas. 2) What troubling issue, regarding the teachings of other recluses and Brahmins, did the.

Early Buddhist Meditation Studies (Volume 1) by Bhikkhu Anālayo (). In this book, Bhikkhu Analayo, scholar and meditation teacher, examines central aspects of Buddhist meditation as reflected in the early discourses of the Buddha, based on revised and reorganized material from previously published articles. This book on the connotations of the words nibbāna (nirvāṇa) & upādāna in the early Buddhist texts is organized on the assumption that both approaches to the topic have their merits, and so it consists of two separate but related parts. Part I, The Abstract, is the quick tour — a brief survey to highlight the main points of the argument.

Early Buddhist Discourses. eISBN eBook Features. Read Anywhere. Read your book anywhere, on any device, through RedShelf's cloud based eReader. Digital Notes and Study Tools Built-in study tools include highlights, study guides, annotations, definitions, flashcards, and . From the Book Discourses in Buddhist Classics is primarily designed with twofold objective viz., (a) to serve as the tool for post-graduate teaching of the Course in “Philosophy of the Buddha”; and (b) to sustain the interest of the enter-prising student by providing comprehensive understanding of Theravada and Mahayana schools of Buddhism.


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The book has Early Buddhist discourses book single best brief overview of Buddhism that I've ever encountered and each selection from the early discourses also carries a terrific introduction that explains the meaning of the discourse and its overall importance in Buddhist philosophy/5(15).

Twenty discourses from the Pali Canon--including those most essential to the study and teaching of early Buddhism--are provided in fresh translations, accompanied by introductions that highlight the main themes and set the ideas presented in the context of wider philosophical and religious issues/5.

Early Buddhist Discourses Edited, with Translations, by John J. Holder Hackett Publishing Company, Inc. A Survey of Early Buddhism The aim of a book of primary sources is to bring the reader into contact with the original material in as direct a way as possible so that the reader can make.

Twenty discourses from the Pali Canon--including those most essential to the study and teaching of early Buddhism--are provided in fresh translations, accompanied by introductions that highlight the main themes and set the ideas presented in the context of wider philosophical and religious Brand: Hackett Publishing Company, Inc.

Early Buddhist Discourses by John J. Holder,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(52). Twenty discourses from the Pali Canon--including those most essential to the study and teaching of early Buddhism--are provided in fresh translations, accompanied by introductions that highlight the main themes and set the ideas presented in the context of wider philosophical and religious issues.

Taken together, these fascinating works give an account of Buddhist teachings directly from 2/5(1). Twenty discourses from the Pali Canon--including those most essential to the study and teaching of early Buddhism--are provided in fresh translations, accompanied by introductions that highlight the main themes and set the ideas presented in the context of wider philosophical and religious issues.

Reading the Early Buddhist Discourses The aim of this book is to offer the reader a broad understanding of all of the basic doctrines of early Buddhism through reading the canonical sources in. Early Buddhist Discourses by John J. Holder is a fine introduction to the teachings of the Buddha found in the Tipitika, or Pali contains twenty discourses attributed to the Buddha and found in the Sutta Pitaka section of the Canon.

(The Pali words sutta & pitika approximate to 'discourse' & 'collection,' respectively.) With these texts, which Holder has translated & edited, the basic. The Mind like Fire Unbound: An Image in the Early Buddhist Discourses, by Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu.

(revised Dec. 15, ) Western Buddhists have usually understood the Buddha’s metaphor of nibbana (Sanskrit, nirvana) as “extinguishing” or “extinction”. This book, which includes an essay and readings from the Pāli Canon, examines.

This book is a pioneering exploration of the manner in which stories are told. It identifies seven modes of visual story-telling used by the artist in early India, considers the reason for one mode being chosen over another, and explores how, the effect of a story on the viewer varied according to.

The earliest recorded discourses of the Buddha are found in narratives detailing his early career, not long after the Awakening. We have three main sources for a record of this period, they are the Lalitavistara, which originally seems to have belonged to the Sarvāstivāda sect; See The Lalitavistara and Sarvastivada by E.

Thomas in the Indian Historical Quarterly, p. In this book, Bhikkhu Analayo, scholar and meditation teacher, examines central aspects of Buddhist meditation as reflected in the early discourses of the Buddha, based on revised and reorganized material from previously published articles.

The main topics he takes up are mindfulness, the path to awakening, absorption, and the brahmaviharas.5/5(8). This book offers a complete translation of the Majjhima Nikāya, or Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, one of the major collections of texts in the Pāli Canon, the authorised scriptures of Theravada collection - among the oldest records of the historical Buddha's original teachings - consists of suttas or discourses of middle length, distinguished as such from the.

Early Buddhist Discourses (Book Review) By Dana Nourie | Janu If you are curious to read where the Buddha’s teachings came from and want a small sampling of discourses, or suttas, that reveal the basic teachings, the book Early Buddhist Discourses edited and translated by John J.

Holder may be just the book for you. Early Buddhist texts (EBTs), Early Buddhist literature or Early Buddhist discourses refers to the parallel texts shared by the Early Buddhist most widely studied EBT material are the first four Pali Nikayas, as well as the corresponding Chinese Āgamas.

However, some scholars have also pointed out that some Vinaya material, like the Patimokkhas of the different Buddhist schools, as.

"Written with characteristic warmth by Bhikkhu Bodhi, one of the foremost translators of Pali literature, Reading the Buddha’s Discourses in Pali serves as a wonderfully accessible and much-needed resource both for students of Pali and those who want to deepen their understanding of early Buddhist generous book offers anyone and everyone the opportunity to come and see for.

This book deals with two themes that occur more explicitly in mahayana buddhist circles - compassion and emptiness. (Bodhicitta and Shunyata). Analayo draws on early discourses to show how positive emotio I am on my second reading of this book, and after two years of practice, and two Vipassana retreats, this work speaks to me more than it did /5(3).

Early Buddhist Discourses. By JOHN J. HOLDER. Indianapolis: HACKETT PUBLISHING, Pp. xxiii + While John J. Holder's translation and edition of twenty early Buddhist discourses adds nothing to the scholarly understanding of early Buddhism, it does provide an inexpensive and clear introduction to Sutta(nta)-pitaka Buddhist literature.

The Mind like Fire Unbound – An Image in the Early Buddhist Discourses – by Thanissaro Bhikkhu goes to the early cores of the Pali Canon, its paradoxes and analogies to give the reader an understanding of how they can be used for personal exploration.

In this book, Bhikkhu Analayo, scholar and meditation teacher, examines central aspects of Buddhist meditation as reflected in the early discourses of the Buddha, based on revised and reorganized material from previously published articles.

The main topics he takes up are mindfulness, the path to awakening, absorption, and the brahmaviharas. Early Buddhist Discourses: Holder, John J.: Books - Skip to main Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Books Go Search Hello Select your address /5(14).ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: 1.

Discourse on the noble quest (Ariyapariyesana Sutta) Discourse to the Kalamas (Kalama Sutta) The greater discourse on cause (Mahanidana Sutta) The greater discourse on the foundations of mindfulness (Mahasatipatthana Sutta)