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Cooking the Buddhist Books: The Implications of the New Dating of the Buddha for the History of Early Indian Buddhism
Author Prebish, Charles S. (著)
Source Journal of Buddhist Ethics
Volumev.15
Date2008
Pages1 - 21
PublisherDepartment of History & Religious Studies Program , The Pennsylvania State University
Publisher Url http://history.psu.edu
LocationUniversity Park, PA, US
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
Keyword印度佛教=Indian Buddhism; 印度佛教史=Indian Buddhist History; 佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛教史=Buddhist History
AbstractOn the surface, new dating for the Buddha's death doesn't seem terribly earthshaking, either for Indian Buddhist history or for ancillary studies such as a consideration of Upāli and his lineage of Vinayadharas. Yet it is. If there is a new date for the Buddha's demise, virtually everything we know about the earliest Indian Buddhism, and especially its sectarian movement, is once again called into question. Dates for the first, second, and third canonical councils—once thought to be certain—must now be reexamined. Kings who presided at these events must be reconsidered. Most importantly, the role of the great Indian King A?oka, from whose reign much of the previous dating begins, needs to be placed under the scrutiny of the historical microscope again.

ISSN10769005 (E)
Hits1310
Created date2008.05.27
Modified date2022.04.15



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