Hinduism and Buddhism; an historical sketch, by Sir Charles Eliot.

London, E. Arnold, 1921.

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Subjects Asia -- Religion.
Description 3 volumes 23 cm
Notes Vol. I has label on t.p.: Barnes & Noble, New York.
Vol. II is a paperback book edition published by Filiquarian Publishing.
Vol. III has label on t.p.: Routledge & Kegan Paul, Ltd, London.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents v.1. Influence of Indian thought in eastern Asia -- Origin and growth of Hinduism -- The Buddha -- Asoka -- Extension of Buddhism and Hinduism beyond India -- New forms of Buddhism -- Revival of Hinduism -- Later forms of Hinduism -- European influence and modern Hinduism -- Change and permanence in Buddhism -- Rebirth and the Nature of the Soul -- Eastern Pessimism and Renunciation -- Eastern Polytheism -- The Extravagance of Hinduism -- The Hindu and Buddhist Scriptures -- Morality and Will -- The Origin of Evil -- Church and State -- Public Worship and Ceremonial -- The Worship of the Reproductive Forces -- Hinduism in Practice -- Buddhism in Practice -- Interest of Indian Thought for Europe -- Book 2: Early Indian religion: a general view -- Religions of India and Eastern Asia -- Historical -- General characteristics of Indian religion -- Vedic deities and sacrtifices -- Asceticism and knowledge -- Religious life in pre-buddhist India -- The jains -- Book 3: Pali Buddhism -- Life of the Buddha -- The Buddha compared with other religious teachers -- The teaching of the Buddha -- Monks and laymen -- Asoka -- The canon -- Meditation -- Mythology in Hinduism and Buddhism.
Geographic Area India
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm00890566
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