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The philosophy of desire in the Buddhist Pali canon

Author: David Webster
Publisher: London ; New York : RoutledgeCurzon, 2005.
Series: RoutledgeCurzon critical studies in Buddhism.
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David Webster explores the notion of desire as found in the Buddhist Pali Canon.

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Webster
ISBN: 0415346525 9780415346528
OCLC Number: 55645054
Description: xv, 267 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Desire, Morality & Approaches --
You Can't Always Get What You Want --
The Paradox of Desire --
But what is 'desire'? --
Desire as Problematic --
Scope of this study --
Approach and Method 1: Chapter Outlines --
Approach and Method 2: Key Concepts --
Language and Expression --
Kusala-Akusala --
Approach and Method 3: Sources and Textual Issues --
Conclusion: Aspirations 1. Desire in Western Thought --
Introduction --
An Ancient lack --
A Striving After Wind: Ecclesiastes and Judaeo-Christian Thought --
Shakespeare: Love, Death and Desire --
Surveying Desire: Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke and Hume --
Schopenhauer: The Will and the World --
Nietzsche to Deleuze: Desire, Will and Power --
Hegel and Butler --
Sartre: Desire and Nothingness --
The Purification of Desire: Theosophy --
Mind-Made Desires --
Conclusion 2. Desire in Non-Buddhist Indian Religion --
Desire in the Veda Samhits --
Desire as The Enemy of the Spiritual --
Desire in the Bhagavad-Gita --
Sex, Love and Desire: The Kma Sutra --
Jainism and Desire: The Calm Fight Against Karma 3. Buddhism and Desire 1: The Varieties of Desire --
Which Buddhism? --
The redirection of desire --
Desire and nibbna --
Desire and the Buddha --
The Varieties of Desire --
The three roots of unskilful action (akusalamla) --
Rga --
Dosa: The Inverse of Desire --
Moha --
Lobha --
Terms from the Lobha list at Vibhaga 361-2 --
Icch --
Paidhi --
Paihita --
Padhna --
Apekkh --
s --
Updna --
Abhijjh --
Terms not in the Lobha list at Vibhaga 361-2 --
Kma and Chanda: Common terms for desire --
Chanda --
Kma --
Desire and Disturbance: Paritassan --
Willing in Buddhism: Adhihna and Cetan --
Adhihna --
Cetan --
Desire, Resolve and the Spiritual Quest: Sakappa and Esan --
Sakappa --
Esan --
Some Minor Terms Illustrative of Desire --
laya --
Kean --
Kilesa --
Jaa --
Pipsita --
Tah: Craving and Desire --
Conclusion: Landscapes of Desire 4. Buddhism and Desire 2: The Dynamics of Desire --
The Nature of paicca-samuppda --
Desire and paicca-samuppda --
The Mind-Body Relationship --
The Status of Views: A Structural Analogy? --
The Problem with Views --
No-View or Right View? --
Samm-dihi: the nature of 'Right-View' --
Paradox of Views? --
Desire and Views: Craving and Ignorance --
Reason and Desire Revisited 5. Conclusion: Desire and the Transformation of Living --
Western Perspectives --
Brahmanic Views: Desire and Ontological Necessity --
Buddhism and Desire: An Emerging Position? --
Roads to Freedom --
Desire and Reason: Challenging a bi-polar distinction --
Desire and 'Lack' --
Desire and Goodness --
Desire and Death: Seeking the end of the world? --
Desire, Passion and Love --
Desire and Contingency: Change and Craving --
Desire and Power: The Creative Craver --
Desire beyond the Person: Cosmic Desire --
Lust for Life: Desire and Skilful Living
Series Title: RoutledgeCurzon critical studies in Buddhism.
Responsibility: David Webster.
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