The vision of Buddhism : the space under the tree /
by Roger J. Corless.
1st ed.
New York : Paragon House, 1989.
xxi, 329 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
1557782008 (alk. paper) :
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New York : Paragon House, 1989.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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A lucid and elegant introduction to the essentials of Buddhism. "Every introductory Buddhism course needs just this book". -- Jeffrey Hopkins
Table of Contents
Dedicationp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introductionp. xvii
The Seed: The Life of Buddhap. 1
Notes to Part Onep. 14
The Space: Transparent Realityp. 17
Notes to Part Twop. 27
The Tree And Its Fruits: Buddhismp. 29
The Birth Of Buddhas Acts 1, 2, and 3 of the Buddhap. 31
Notes to Chapter Onep. 53
The Value Of Worldly Skills Act 4 of the Buddhap. 55
Notes to Chapter Twop. 69
Buddhism In Family Life Act 5 of the Buddhap. 72
Notes to Chapter Threep. 93
The Monastic Life Act 6 of the Buddhap. 96
Notes to Chapter Fourp. 108
Chapter 4p. 111
Notes to Appendix on Monastic Robesp. 114
Controversies With Non-Buddhists Act 7 of the Buddhap. 115
Notes to Chapter Fivep. 133
The Center Act 8 of the Buddhap. 137
Notes to Chapter Sixp. 153
Apendix to Chapter 6p. 155
Removing Obstacles Act 9 of the Buddhap. 164
Notes to Chapter Sevenp. 185
The Pinnacle Act 10 of the Buddhap. 187
Notes to Chapter Eightp. 202
Teaching Act 11 of the Buddhap. 204
Notes to Chapter 9p. 235
Complete Openness Act 12 of the Buddhap. 239
Notes to Chapter 10p. 283
Appendix: The Story of the Dharmap. 287
Select Glossaryp. 297
Indexp. 319
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