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Sexism in the Early Sangha: Its Social Basis and Philosophical Dis-solution
Author Wawrytko, Sandra Ann=華珊嘉
Source Buddhist Ethics and Modern Society: An International Symposium. III. Revisionings of Buddhist Theory
Pages277 - 296
PublisherGreenwood Press
LocationWestport, CT, US [韋斯特菲爾德, 康乃狄克州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NotePaper presented at the Chung-Hwa International Conference on Buddhism convened in Taipei, Taiwan, July 18-21, 1992. Editors:Charles Wei-hsun Fu, Sandra Ann Wawrytko. Contributions to the Study of Religion, No. 31, ISSN 0196-7053
KeywordBuddhist Ethics;Sex Discrimination;Women;Men;Sexuality;Gender;Wawrytko, Sandra Ann;
Table of contentsGynophobia:The Historical Context of the Rise of Buddhism
Buddha's Purported Attitudes toward Women:The Cullavagga
The Vinaya in Flux; Dis-solving Sexist Attitudes
Gender-Transcendence/Self-Transcendence:One Woman's Triumph
Created date2001.08.19
Modified date2007.11.29

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