Buddhism / edited by Richard A. Gard.

New York : G. Braziller, 1961.

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Other Authors Gard, Richard A. 1914-2007.
Subjects Buddha (The concept)
Series Great religions of modern man.
Description 256 pages ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1961.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book presents the beliefs and practices of Buddhism as expressed in the major writings of the Buddhist tradition. The central insight of Buddhism, its historical development and major variations, are presented at the outset of this volume. From this the reader is led through the vast literature in selections which emphasize the dominant themes of the ideal way of Buddhist life.
Contents Introduction -- The Buddha: teacher and ideal -- The Dhamma/Dharma: Buddhist principles -- The Dhamma/Dharma: Buddhist practices -- The Saṅgha: Buddhist monasticism -- The Saṅgha: Buddhist society and laity.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)329946
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