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Long regarded as one of the best introductions to Buddhism, What the Buddha Thought drows on the actual words spoken by the Buddha give a lucid and accurate account of the foundamental principles of Buddhist doctrine. Richly supported by etracts from the ancient text, Walpola Rhaula gives clear and direct explanations of Buddism's essential teachings, includeing:The Buddhist attitude of mind the Four Noble Thruthsthe Noble Eightfold Path meditation and mental developmentwhat the Buddha thaught and the world today. About Author : The Venerable Dr Walpola Sri Rahula was a Buddhist monk and scholar. He received a traditional training and education in his natives Sri Lanka before studying at the University of Calcutta and the Sorbonne. He held a chair at Northwestern University, Illinois, and was Vice-chancellor of Vidyodaya University, Colombo. He is widely regarded as one of the most qualified and enlightened scholars of the Buddhist tradition, with a deep knowledge of the original text. Contents : List of Illstrations Foreword Preface The BuddhaThe Buddhist Attitude of Mind The Four Noble TruthsThe First Noble Truth: DukkhaThe Second Noble Truth: Samudaya: "The Arising of Dukkha"The Third Noble Truth: Nirodha: "The Cassation of Dukkha"The Fourth Noble Truth: Maga: 'The Path'The doctrine of No--Soul: Anatta 'Meditation' or Mental Culture: Bhavana What the Buddha Taught and the World Today Seeting in Motion the Wheel of Truth (Dhammacakkappavattansutta)The First Sermon Universal LoveBlessingsGetting rid of All Cares and Troubles The Parble of the Pice of Cloth The Foundations of MindfulnessAdvice to Sigala The Words of Truth The Last Words of the BuddhaAbbreviations Selected Bibliography Glossary Index

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Long regarded as one of the best introductions to Buddhism, What the Buddha Thought drows on the actual words spoken by the Buddha give a lucid and accurate account of the foundamental principles of Buddhist doctrine. Richly supported by etracts from the ancient text, Walpola Rhaula gives clear and direct explanations of Buddism's essential teachings, includeing:The Buddhist attitude of mind the Four Noble Thruthsthe Noble Eightfold Path meditation and mental developmentwhat the Buddha thaught and the world today. About Author : The Venerable Dr Walpola Sri Rahula was a Buddhist monk and scholar. He received a traditional training and education in his natives Sri Lanka before studying at the University of Calcutta and the Sorbonne. He held a chair at Northwestern University, Illinois, and was Vice-chancellor of Vidyodaya University, Colombo. He is widely regarded as one of the most qualified and enlightened scholars of the Buddhist tradition, with a deep knowledge of the original text. Contents : List of Illstrations Foreword Preface The BuddhaThe Buddhist Attitude of Mind The Four Noble TruthsThe First Noble Truth: DukkhaThe Second Noble Truth: Samudaya: "The Arising of Dukkha"The Third Noble Truth: Nirodha: "The Cassation of Dukkha"The Fourth Noble Truth: Maga: 'The Path'The doctrine of No--Soul: Anatta 'Meditation' or Mental Culture: Bhavana What the Buddha Taught and the World Today Seeting in Motion the Wheel of Truth (Dhammacakkappavattansutta)The First Sermon Universal LoveBlessingsGetting rid of All Cares and Troubles The Parble of the Pice of Cloth The Foundations of MindfulnessAdvice to Sigala The Words of Truth The Last Words of the BuddhaAbbreviations Selected Bibliography Glossary Index
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Title What the Buddha Taught Height 206 mm
Walpola Rahula, Paul Demiéville Width 130 mm
ISBN-13 9781851681426 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 1851681426 Spine Width
Publisher ONEWorld Publications Pages
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