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What Happened to Buddhism in India? (Presidential Address, IABS XVIII, Toronto, August 20, 2017)
Author Salomon, Richard
Source Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies=JIABS
Volumev.41
Date2018
Pages1 - 25
PublisherPeeters Publishers
Publisher Url http://www.peeters-leuven.be/
LocationLeuven, Belgium [魯汶, 比利時]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
AbstractThe reasons for the decline and disappearance of Buddhism from its Indian homeland have long been the object of controversy. It is generally agreed that the assimilation of ideas and practices from the Brahmanical-Hindu environment must have played a major part in weakening the institutions and distinct identity of Buddhism, but authors have differed as to whether this was a matter of 'friendly embraces' or hostile persecution. Some representative or unusual examples of inscriptions illustrating convergences of Buddhism and Hinduism are presented, and some suggestions for new ways to approach the question are proposed.
Table of contents1. Introduction 1
2. Meta-theories: Thoughts on the decline of religions 5
3. A closer look at the literature: a few selected examples 6
4. A closer look at the data: some epigraphic examples 11
Inscription A 12
Inscription B 13
Inscription C 13
Inscription D 15
Inscription E 18
5. What have we learned? 21
References 22
ISSN0193600X (P); 25070347 (E)
DOI10.2143/JIABS.41.0.3285737
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Created date2021.03.14



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