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Original Pàli Text With English Abhidhamma is the Higher Teaching of the Buddha, some- and Ven. Nyanatiloka, Guide through the Abhidhamma Pitaka. Guide through the Abhidhamma Pitaka download PDF Guide Through the Kindly provide me Abhidhamma Pitak full Manual in Hindi or English. Regard. The seven books of the Abhidhamma Pitaka, the third division of the Tipitaka, offer an extraordinarily detailed Whereas the Sutta and Vinaya Pitakas lay out the practical aspects of the Buddhist path to Awakening, the English translations.
Many of these classifications are not exhaustive, and some are not even exclusive. The main body of the Dhammasangani is in four parts. The first part goes through numerous states of mind, listing and defining by lists of synonyms, factors present in the states. For example, the first chapter deals with the five aggregates. A typical chapter consists of three parts. The first of these parts explains the topic according to the sutta method, often word-for-word as in actual suttas.
The first part goes through numerous states of mind, listing and defining by lists of synonyms, factors present in the states. For example, the first chapter deals with the five aggregates. A typical chapter consists of three parts. The first of these parts explains the topic according to the sutta method, often word-for-word as in actual suttas.
The second is Abhidhamma explanation, mainly by lists of synonyms as in the Dhammasangani. The first chapter is fairly simple: "In how many aggregates etc. This latter portion of the matika is then explained in the main body of the work. Volume one: Collins on the idea of the Canon; Cousins on oral literature; Lamotte on textual authenticity, and on textual interpretation.
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Lamotte assesses the Abhidharma texts, and sketches the formation and character of the early schools. Bareau discusses the Abhidharma texts that are extant or possibly were in existence.
The author traces its development and intended purpose, and concludes that it was devised to authenticate the Abhidharma treatises. The Dawn of Abhidharma. Hamburg Buddhist Studies 2. Hamburg, Germany: Hamburg University Press, This study attempts to trace the origin of the Abhidharma treatises. Next, he attempts to determine which schools definitely had, and which schools probably had, separate Abhidharmas.
Five other schools probably had separate Abhidharmas. Bronkhorst, Johannes. Die Religionen der Menschheit, Band Stuttgart: Kohlhammer Verlag, This lengthy study provides a comprehensive treatment of Indian Buddhism. It is an erudite account of the Abhidharma within the spectrum of Indian Buddhism. Cox, Collett. Edited by Michael A. Williams, Collett Cox, and Martin S. Jaffee, — Berlin and New York: Mouton de Gruyter, Initially the author discusses the Buddhist position in relation to the Vedic texts.
After that she systematically unfolds the stages of Abhidharma literature: formation of Abhidharma treatises, production of synoptic texts, and legitimization of Abhidharma treatises. Frauwallner, Erich. Translated by Sophie Francis Kidd. Gethin, Rupert. Edited by Janet Gyatso, — He also discusses their importance for meditation. Translated by Sara Webb-Boin. In chapter six pages — , Lamotte collates and appraises a rich range of sources that shed light on the origin and doctrinal leanings of the early Buddhist schools.
Translated from the French. Louvain, Belgium: Institut Orientaliste, Tokyo: Heibonsha, Handbuch der Orientalistik. Zweite Abteilung. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, The bibliography of secondary materials includes an ample number of publications produced by modern Japanese scholars. Academic Handbooks and General Studies This heading encompasses a selection of academic publications that provide comprehensive or general studies of the Abhidharma treatises and their doctrines.
Skilton offers an insightful sketch of the Abhidhamma literature and doctrine. Hirakawa provides an all- encompassing silhouette of early Buddhism in India. Dhammajoti, Kuala Lumpur. Gorkom, Nina van. Introduction to the Abhidhamma. London: Zolag, This publication of just over forty pages provides a coherent overview of the Abhidhamma principles.
The main focus is on the states of consciousness and its ethical qualities, and on the process of its purification. Hirakawa, Akira. Translated and edited by Paul Groner. Karunadasa, Y. It is based on primary sources and selected secondary sources.
It consists of eighteen topical chapters, which essentially provide a comprehensive analysis of consciousness and its concomitants, matter, and other related topics. Nyanaponika, Thera. Edited by Bhikkhu Bodhi. Boston: Wisdom, Chapter one provides an overview of Abhidhamma philosophy.
Chapter two ascertains the Abhidhamma method of analysis and investigation into the conditionality of phenomena. In the introduction, Bhikkhu Bodhi provides a fine overview of the Abhidhamma literature and teaching.
Ronkin, Noa. London: Routledge-Curzon, Zalta, ed. Skilton, Andrew. Edited by S. Emmanuel, 71— Blackwell Companions to Philosophy.
Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, The treatment of the canonical Abhidhamma treatises and their commentaries is informative and formulated with clarity. Stcherbatsky, Theodor. The different groups of dharmas are explained separately. It also covers the law of causality, karma, and the theory of cognition. Studies on Abhidharma Concepts and Topics In addition to handbooks and standard studies, there exists a considerable range of articles and books that treat specific concepts and topics, most of which appertain to the basic framework of Abhidharma doctrines.
Boisvert studies the nature, function, and innate permutation of the five aggregates. McDermott shows that the early Buddhist interpretations of karma and rebirth were controversial. Rospatt treats the controversial theories of momentariness as propounded in the Abhidharma sources.
Boisvert, Mathieu. Editions SR This study focuses on the five aggregate khandha , and their correlation with dependent origination. Chapter one discusses the concept of khandha, and differentiates between the five aggregates as such and as the five aggregates of clinging. The next five chapters analyze each of the aggregates, and the final chapter examines their innate interrelationship and affinity to dependent origination. Collins, Steven. Parts three and four deal with the accounts of personality, rebirth, and continuity.
Edited by Ram Karan Sharma, — Next she traces its conceptual transformation.
Abhidharma Doctrines and Controversies on Perception. In the initial sections the author discusses the previous publications on the subject, and some fundamental meanings of the term dhamma, such as teaching, truth, and mental or physical state.
Buddhist Analysis of Matter. Singapore: Buddhist Research Society, Chapter two deals with the four primary elements and their properties. The remaining chapters deal with the secondary matter, its classification, and other related topics. McDermott, J.
Edited by W. Berkeley and London: University of California Press, The author examines the early Buddhist theories on the karma process and transition from one existence to the next.
Rospatt, Alexander von. This is a textually based study of the complex and controversial theory of momentariness of conditioned phenomena, and of their characteristic marks.
Original edition: Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, Ryose, Wataru. In Part one, this thesis ascertains the development and different aspects of karma, and assesses karma as a form of ethical system. The field of Buddhist soteriology is vast, and the selection of publications listed in this section represents a fraction of the available sources.
Fuller treats the notion of right view, which constitutes the first factor of the eightfold path. Bodhi sketches the core teaching of the eightfold path magga , which is the primary expedient of emancipation. Gethin studies in detail a set of the primary factors that are conducive to spiritual liberation.
Gunaratana treats the meditative techniques that are essential to climb the ladder of spiritual development. Bodhi, Bhikkhu. In chapter one, the author discusses the nature of suffering, its causes, and the elimination of the causes of suffering. The remaining seven chapters provide a detailed exposition of the noble eightfold path.
Pali Text Society. Melksham, Wilts, U. The path of purity trans: Pe Maung Tin. ISBN 8. Buddhist Publication Society. ISBN 24 6. Kandy, Sri Lanka, Guide through the Abhidhamma Pitaka.