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The Soul Theory of the Buddhist (With Sanskrit Text)

The Soul Theory of the Buddhist (With Sanskrit Text)

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Item Code: IDJ488

by Theodore Stcherbatsky

Hardcover (Edition: 2003)

New Bharatiya Book Corporation, Delhi
ISBN 8187418583

Size: 9.0 X" 5.6"
Pages: 111
Price: $16.50   Shipping Free
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Preface

Vasubandhu's Abhidharmakosa is rightly considered to be one of most monumental works on Buddhist philosophy. Vasubandhu flourished in the 5th Century A.D. His work sums up all the important concepts of Buddhist philosophy, particularly the teachings of the Vaibhasika School.

Attached to the first chapter of his work is Text of, "Astamakosasthanasambaddah pudgalaviniscayah." It deals with the Buddhist denial of the existence of soul. An English translation of this part by Professor Th. Stcherbatsky was published under the title. "The Soul Theory of the Buddhists" in 1920.

The above had been long out of print. It was revised and text by us in 2003. But this too went out of print.

The present edition is a revised of the Re-edition of the originals one. A few linguistic and typographical errors that had appeared in the previous editions have been corrected n the present edition.

About the Book

Vasubandhu's Abhidharmakosa is rightly considered to be one of most monumental works on Buddhist philosophy. Vasubandhu flourished in the 5th Century A.D. His work sums up all the important concepts of Buddhist philosophy, particularly the teachings of the Vaibhasika School.

Attached to the first chapter of his work is Text of, "Astamakosasthanasambaddah pudgalaviniscayah." It deals with the Buddhist denial of the existence of soul. An English translation of this part by Professor Th. Stcherbatsky was published under the title "The Soul Theory of the Buddhists" in 1920.

CONTENTS

Preface V
1.Pudgalaviniscayah : (In Sanskrit) 1
2.Introduction 21
3.Appendix to the VIIth Chapter of Vasubandhu's Abhidharmakosa 28
4.Technical Words 95
5.Index of the Proper Names 97
6.Index of the Tibetan Words 98
7. Index of Sanskrit and Pali words 101
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