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Dialogues of the Buddha Vol. I, II, III: Translated from the Pali of the Digha Nikaya
Author Rhys Davids, C. A. F. ; Rhys Davids, T. W.
Date2000.07.01; 1999
Pages990(hardcover); 334(paperback)
PublisherMotilal Banarsidass Publishers
LocationDelhi, India [德里, 印度]
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
Note1st Indian ed edition (hc.); 2 edition(pbc.)
Text: English (translation)
Keyword佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛教經典=Buddhist Scriptures=Sutra; 長行=契經=修多羅=Sutra
AbstractThe Digha Nikaya or "the collection of long doctrinary lectures" of the Buddha is one of the five Nikayas or collections belonging to the Suttapitaka or "the basket of (Buddha's) discourses" which is one of the three major collections of Pali Buddhist texts, the other two being Vinayapitaka and Abhidhammapitaka. It consists of 34 long suttas of which each individual one treats intensively some particular point or points of the doctrine.

The Buddha, like other Indian teachers of his time,taught by conversation. He followed the literary habit of his time by embodying his doctrine in set phrases, sutras, on which he enlarged on different occasions in different ways. When the Buddha died these sayings (suttas) were collected together by his disciples into the great Nikayas of which the present one is the first. (book jacket)
ISBN8120816684; 8120816692
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Created date2002.02.07
Modified date2014.03.04



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