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序號
394986
題名
The Fundamentals of Buddhist Practice
作者
Gelade, Garry
出處題名
The Middle Way
卷期
v.85 n.3
日期
2010.11.01
頁次
151 - 158
出版者
The Buddhist Society (http://www.thebuddhistsociety.org/)
出版地
London, England, UK [倫敦, 英格蘭, 英國]
資料類型
期刊論文=Journal Article
使用語文
英文=English
館藏地
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編修日期
2013.10.04
附註項
關鍵詞
Self;Buddhism;Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism;Buddhism -- Study & teaching;Change (Psychology) -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism
提要
An excerpt is presented from a lecture delivered by Garry Gelade at the Buddhist Society Summer School in 2010. Gelade explores the fundamentals of Buddhist practice, which he argues are found in the teachings of the Buddha. He focuses on the Three Signs of Being or the Three Marks of Existence—impermanence or change, suffering or unsatisfactoriness, and no self or no “I”—which are the characteristics of the world, or the nature of the world, in which human beings live. He argues that it is important to understand the nature of the world, otherwise people will be wanting and expecting things that are just not in accordance with the way things are, and they will not understand why.
ISBN/ISSN/ISRC
00263214