Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon

Keith, A. Berriedale

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Not ex-lib. Not reprint. Hardcover in green cloth with gilt titles and publisher's emblem to spine, no jacket, large 12mo/small 8vo. Apparent 1st printing with no other printings listed. 339pp. English and Sanskrit indices. Footnotes throughout. Vintage bookseller's label (W. Newman/Calcutta) lower corner front pastedown. VG-. Paste repair along upper rear hinge of backstrip, now holding fine with no residue evident, bump along edge adjcent to title. Light rubbing along spine on front hinge side with colors and cloth overall strongly coored and clean withbright gilt. Light to moderate spine slantwith binding tight and strong. Toning to clean, unmarked ahes with heavier toning to endpapers (evidence of former news clippings. Place/date to upper corner ffep (Calcutta, May 1924). Bookseller Inventory # 016500

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Title: Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon
Publisher: Oxford / Clarendon
Publication Date: 1923
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Book Description Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India, 1979. Hard Cover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Second Edition. Buddhism can be viewed as a vehicle for transporting its adherents, who are anxious for release from rebirths but least inclined to follow either the path of rigorous asceticism or that of tantalizing speculation on the nature of the self, from this word of misery to Nirvana where all pain ceases. Its message was so simple and direct that all, from prince to plebeian alike, succumbed to its appeal and swelled its ranks. It became the religion of an empire which held sway over the Indian sub-continent; in the process the message of the master was lost. A number of schools, each claiming to echo the authentic voice of the founder, sprang up. The melee that ensued ultimately split Buddhism into two camps-the Hinayana (lesser vehicle) and the Mahayana (greater vehicle). A.B. Keith, in this book, Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon, gives an account of its historical development by thoroughly discussing Buddhism in the Pali Canon, the development in the Hinayana, the philosophy of the Mahayana and Buddhist logic, and lays to rest all misconceptions surrounding it. The fact that this book holds an unique position among books on this subject is attested by its undiminishing popularity ever since its first publication in 1923. Printed Pages: 339. Size: 14 Cms x 23 Cms. Seller Inventory # 000777

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Book Description Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1979. Hardcover. Condition: New. 2nd edition. Buddhism can be viewed as a vehicle for transporting its adherents, who are anxious for release from rebirths but least inclined to follow either the path of rigorous asceticism or that of tantalizing speculation on the nature of the self, from this word of misery to Nirvana where all pain ceases. Its message was so simple and direct that all, from prince to plebeian alike, succumbed to its appeal and swelled its ranks. It became the religion of an empire which held sway over the Indian sub-continent; in the process the message of the master was lost. A number of schools, each claiming to echo the authentic voice of the founder, sprang up. The melee that ensued ultimately split Buddhism into two camps-the Hinayana (lesser vehicle) and the Mahayana (greater vehicle). A.B. Keith, in this book, Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon, gives an account of its historical development by thoroughly discussing Buddhism in the Pali Canon, the development in the Hinayana, the philosophy of the Mahayana and Buddhist logic, and lays to rest all misconceptions surrounding it. The fact that this book holds an unique position among books on this subject is attested by its undiminishing popularity ever since its first publication in 1923. Contents Part I : BUDDHISM IN THE PALI CANON : 1. THE PERSONALITY AND DOCTRINES OF THE BUDDHA : i. The Problem and the Sources ii. The Conclusions attainable 2. THE SOURCES AND LIMITS OF KNOWLEDGE : i. Authority, Intuition, and Reason ii. Agnosticism 3. THE FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTER OF BEING : i. Idealism, Negativism, or Realism ii. The Impermanence and Misery of Existence iii. The Absolute and Nirvana iv. The Conception of Dhamma or the Norm 4. THE PHILOSOPHY OF SPIRIT AND NATURE : i. The Negation of the Self ii. Personalist Doctrines iii. The Empirical Self and the Process of Consciousness iv. Matter and Spirit in the Universe 5. THE DOCTRINE OF CAUSATION AND THE ACT : i. Causation ii. The Development of the Chain of Causation iii. The Links of the Chain iv. The Interpretation of the Chain v. The Significance of the Chain vi. The Breaking of the Chain vii. Causation in Nature viii. The Doctrine of the Act 6. THE PATH OF SALVATION, THE SAINT, AND THE BUDDHA : i. The Path of Salvation ii. The Forms of Meditation iii. Intuition and Nirvana iv. The Saint and the Buddha 7. THE PLACE OF BUDDHISM IN EARLY INDIAN THOUGHT : i. Early Indian Materialism, Fatalism, and Agnosticism ii. Buddhism and the Beginnings of the Samkhya iii. Buddhism and Yoga iv. The Original Element in Buddhism Part II : DEVELOPMENTS IN THE HINAYANA : 8. THE SCHOOLS OF THE HINAYANA : i. The Traditional Lists ii. The Vibhajyavadins iii. Sarvastivadins, Vaibhasikas, and Sautrantikas iv. Precursors of the Mahayana 9. THE DOCTRINE OF REALITY : i. Realism ii. The Nature of Time and Space iii. The Ego as a Series iv. The Doctrine of Causation v. The Chain of Causation, Internal and External vi. The Later Doctrine of Momentariness and Causal Efficiency vii. Vedanta Criticisms of Realism 10. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS : i. The Abhidhamma Pitaka ii. The Milindapanha iii. Buddhaghosa and the Sarvastivadin Schools iv. The Classifications of Phenomena 11. THE THEORY OF ACTION AND BUDDHOLOGY : i. The Mechanism of the Act ii. The Mode of Transmigration iii. The Nature of the Buddha iv. The Perfections of the Saint v. Nirvana as the Unconditioned Part III : THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE MAHAYANA : 12. MAHAYANA ORIGINS AND AUTHORITIES i. The Origin of the Mahayana ii. The Literature 13. THE NEGATIVISM OF THE MADHYAMAKA : i. The Doctrine of Knowledge ii. The Doctrine of Negativism and the Void 14. THE IDEALISTIC NEGATIVISM OF THE VIJNANAVADA : i. The Doctrine of Knowledge ii. Idealism and the Void 15. THE DOCTRINE OF THE ABSOLUTE IN BUDDHIS Printed Pages: 339. Seller Inventory # 2354

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