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Buddhist Texts Through the Ages
著者 Conze, Edward (譯) ; Conze, Edward (編) ; Horner, I. B. (著) ; Snellgrove, D. (著) ; Waley, A. (著)
出版年月日1954
ページ322
出版者Philosophical Library
出版サイト https://www.philosophicallibrary.com/
出版地New York, NY, US [紐約, 紐約州, 美國]
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
ノートEdward Conze (1904-1979) was born in London and educated in Germany. He gained his Ph.D from Cologne University in 1928, and then studied Indian and European comparative philosophy at the Universities of Bonn and Hamburg. From 1933 until 1960 he lectured in psychology, philosophy and comparative religion at London and Oxford Universities. Between 1963 and 1973 he held a number of academic appointments in England, Germany and the USA, and was also a Visiting Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster, as well as Vice-President of the Buddhist Society.
抄録Edward Conze presents the premier anthology of Buddhist texts and scriptures in this stunningly ambitious collection. He traces the development of Buddhism through the ages, with translations from the original Pali, Sanskrit, Chinese, Tibetan and Japanese. For those looking for the perfect companion to Conze’s original text, Buddhism, or for those new to Buddhist theology, Buddhist Texts Through the Ages contains a thorough and comprehensive guide to the theology. This edition also includes a glossary of English and foreign terms. Edward Conze was an English scholar and translator who was famous for his translations of Buddhist texts, particularly his 1951 tome Buddhism. He taught at the University of London and the University of Oxford. He lived in Oxford, England until his death in 1979.
目次Introduction
First Part
THE TEACHING OF THE ELDERS
By I. B. Horner
THE SAMGHA17
THE ORDER OF MONKS AND NUNS
Conversion of Anathapindika 17
Conversion of General Siha 20
Ordination of Pajapati the Great 23
Visakha, the Laywoman Supporter 26
Schism 28
SKILL IN MEANS 33
ARAHANTS 42
THE BUDDHIST APOCALYPSE 45
THE DHAMMA51
THE FIVE FACULTIES
The Five Faculties collectively 51
The Five Faculties separately 52
Faith 52
Vigour 54
Mindfulness 56
Concentration 60
Wisdom 64
CONDITIONED GENESIS
Conditioned Genesis collectively 65
Cond:tioned Genesis separately 70
Ignorance 70
Consciousness 70
Feelng 72
Craving 73
Grasping 74
Birth, Ageing and Dying 76
THE OBJECT OF WISDOM
Crossing Over 82
Emptiness 90
Nirvana 92
THE BUDDHA AND TATHAGATA103

Second Part
THE MAHAYANA
By Edward Conze

BASIC NOTIONS119
CRITICISM OF THE HINAYANA POSITION
Bodhisattvas and Disciples 119
The Conversion of Sariputra 120
The two Nirvanas 124
THE BODHISATTVA
Descriptions 127
His Infinite Compassion 131
The Dedication of Merit 132
THE SIX PERFECTIONS
Definition 135
The six Perfections and the Body 136
The Perfection of Giving 136
The Perfection of Patience 137
The Perfection of Meditation 138
THE BUDDHA
The Tathagata as a Rain-cloud 139
The real Buddha 140
The Tathagatas' Coming and Going 143
The Dharma-body 143
Tathagata and Suchness 144
The 18 special dharmas of a Buddha 145
NEW WISDOM SCHOOL146
THE PERFECTION OF WISDOM 146
THE ELUSIVENESS OF PERFECT WISDOM 149
THE DOCTRINE OF PERFECT WISDOM 152
EMPTINESS
Preliminary Meditations 158
Definitions and Synonyms of Emptiness 163
Negations 172
Contradictions 175
Unreality of the World 177
Emptiness and Salvation 179
The Germ of Buddhahood in all Beings 181
THE BUDDHISM OF FAITH185
FAITH 185
THE ACTS AND REWARDS OF DEVOTION 186
THE OBJECTS OF DEVOTION
The Buddha 190
Avalokitesvara 194
Tara 196
THE PURE LAND 202
YOGACARINS207
MIND ONLY 207
TWOFOLD EGOLESSNESS 211
IRREALITY OF THE WORLD 212
THE BUDDHA AS THE BASIS OF ALL 216

Third Part
THE TANTRAS
By David Snellgrove

The Cleansing of Thought 221
Supreme Enlightenment 221
Saraha's Treasury of Songs 224
Anangavajra, The Attainment of the Realization of Wisdom and Means 240
Note on the Mandala 246
Advayavajra, The fivefold Manifestation 249
An Evocation of Prajnaparamita 252
The Mandala conceived within 254
The Story of Tanti 255
Mila Repa and the Novices 257

Fourth Part
TEXTS FROM CHINA AND JAPAN
By Arthur Waley

Introduction
TEXTS ORIGINATING IN INDIA274
The Parable of Me and Mine 274
On the Curing of Illness contracted during Dhyana Practice 274
Meditation upon the Element Water 275
Judging the Character of a Dhyana Pupil 276
The Bracelets 278
All Words are true 278
Buddha's Doctrine 279
The Negation of Dhyana 280
Po Chu-i. Poem On Reading the Dhyana Sutra 281
Nationality 282
The Intermediate State 283
Devas repeople the Earth 283
Buddha's Pity 285
TEXTS ORIGINATING IN CHINA AND JAPAN287
A Hinayana Sect in early China 287
The Truly So 290
From the Lives of the Nuns 291
On Trust in the Heart 295
From the Conversations of Shen-hui 299
A nice Mountain 302
Rain-making 302
BIBLIOGRAPHY307
SOURCES311
GLOSSARY313
ABBREVIATIONS
ISBN0806529105 (pbk); 9780806529103 (pbk)
ヒット数87
作成日2024.01.05
更新日期2024.01.05



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