By Vasubandhu ; L. De LA Vallee Poussin, Leo Pruden
This can be crucial compendium of Indian Buddhist philosophy and psychology. The 4 quantity (app. 1600 pp.) clothbound masterwork starts off with a historical past of abhidharma literature and covers an unlimited array of matters from a Buddhist perspective. a few of these topics are Buddhist cosmology and the method of rebirth, karma and the Buddhist moral concept, psychological defilements, motives of ache and the trail to enlightenment, the supernatural powers of a Buddha, a taxonomy of meditative states and a refutation of the lifestyles of soul. "... one of many landmark achievements within the background of Buddhist stories. hugely steered for all educational libraries..."--Choice a range of selection impressive Books and Nonprint fabrics (OABN). Contents Translator's Preface The Abhidharma--Leo M. Pruden Abhidharmakosabhasyam--L. Poussin The Dhatus The Indriyas the realm Karma The Latent Defilements the trail and the Saints The Knowledges The Absorptions Refutation of the Pudgala Footnotes Index
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2a. Vijndnakdya, by Devasarman, composed approximately one hundred years after the death of the Buddha. Exists in Chinese translation, T. vol. 26, no. 1539. 2b. Dhdtukdya, by Vasumitra (var. by Purna). Composed approximately three hundred years after the death of the Buddha. Preserved in the Chinese Canon, T vol. 26, no. 1540. 2c. Prakarana-pdda, by Vasumitra, composed some three hundred years after the death of the Buddha. This work, which closely resembles the Pali Vibhangaprakarana, exists in two Chinese translations, T.
The contents of this work closely resemble the Dasuttara-suttanta of the Dtgha Nikdya; exists in Chinese translation, T vol. 26, no. 1536. lb. Dharma-skandha, by Maudgalyayana (var. by Sariputra). This work also xlviii The Abhidharma exists in Chinese translation, T. vol. 26, no. 1537. 2a. Vijndnakdya, by Devasarman, composed approximately one hundred years after the death of the Buddha. Exists in Chinese translation, T. vol. 26, no. 1539. 2b. Dhdtukdya, by Vasumitra (var. by Purna). Composed approximately three hundred years after the death of the Buddha.
By itemizing the component parts of the Dharma and the Vinaya, the xl The Abhidharma Mdtrkd did play an important part in the later elaboration which is Abhidharma literature. However, the Abhidharmikas worked on these lists, minutely analyzed the items on these lists, and then proceeded to give long, exhaustive treatises on each item. So the Mdtrkd represents but one aspect of the whole picture of the growth of the Abhidharma. If the Abhidhamma was merely speaking on the dhamma as some scholars maintain, and if the Mdtikd served as the nucleus of later Abhidhamma elaborations, why, when the literature was codified into a Pitaka, was it named the Abhidhamma Pitaka, and not the Mdtikd Pitaka?
Abhidharmakosabhasyam. Vol. I by Vasubandhu ; L. De LA Vallee Poussin, Leo Pruden