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The Buddha Nature:Death and Eternal Soul in Buddhism
Author His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
PublisherAmber Lotus Publishing
Content type書籍=Book
NoteAvailable Through:Alibris; Bookpeople; Brodart Company; Dempsey-Your Distributor
1.Original Language:German
2. The first edition was published by Bluestar Communication Corp. on 1997.02.01
Keyword佛性=Buddha Nature=Buddha-dhatu=Buddha-gotra; 格魯派=Dge-lugs-pa School=Gelug School; 死亡與臨終=Death and Dying; 輪迴=Reincarnation=Samsara;
Abstract"Buddha Nature" is a very complex topic in Tibetan Buddhism. Not many books deal with this topic and an even smaller number present this concept in perspective to Christian ideas of self,immortality and eternal soul.
Today's most famous (and articulate) spokesperson for Buddhism Dalai Lama presents views concerning the Self in Buddhism. In the process, he explains how Buddhist teachings differentiate the person and the eternal soul.

At the same time,he explains his ideas of Nirvana. A fascinating synthesis of individuality and universality arises, one that could only be formed by His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama.
The Buddha Nature is an inspiring book that encourages religious and spiritual dialogue. The Buddha Nature is an insightful and valuable contribution to Buddhist studies.
ISBN1885394195 (Format: Trade Paper/ Paperback)
Created date2004.01.02

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