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Elective Affinities: the Reconstruction of a Forgotten Episode in the Shared History of Thai and British Buddhism – KapilavaḍḍHo and Wat Paknam
Author Skilton, Andrew
Source Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Volumev.14 n.1
Date2013.05
Pages149 - 168
PublisherRoutledge
Publisher Url https://www.routledge.com/
LocationAbingdon, UK [阿賓登, 英國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
KeywordMonks; History; Referendum; Buddhism; Teaching Thailand Great Britain
AbstractThe article discusses the first attempt to establish an independent bhikkhu-saṅgha in England in 1956 and the reasons that this initial attempt failed. The account draws on testimony from George Blake, one of the monks ordained under this initiative. After a short contextualization of the situation in which Blake met with Buddhism in London, there follows a further discussion of two issues on which his evidence sheds fresh light: the falling out of the British monk Kapilavaḍḍho with Luang Por Sodh (Phra Mongkolthepmuni), the abbot of Wat Paknam in Bangkok; and the move away from the teaching of the soḷasakāya meditation at the English Sangha Trust in London.
Table of contentsIntroduction 149
The creation of the English Sangha Trust 150
The falling out with Sodh 151
George Blake’s account 152
Luang Por Sodh’s account 153
An interpretation 154
Aftermath 158
The soḷasakaya meditation in the UK 161
More interpretation 161
Subsequent lives 162
Conclusion 163
Acknowledgements 165
Notes 165
References 167
ISSN14639947 (P); 14767953 (E)
DOI10.1080/14639947.2013.785247
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Created date2013.07.29
Modified date2017.07.14



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