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What the Buddha taught

著者: Walpola Rāhula.
出版: Bedford, Eng. : G. Fraser, ©1959.
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Walpola Rāhula.
What the Buddha taught.
Bedford, Eng. : G. Fraser, ©1959
(OCoLC)609881422
関連の人物: Gautama Buddha; Gautama Buddha.
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Walpola Rāhula.
OCLC No.: 7939659
物理形態: xvi, 103 pages, [17] pages of plates : illustrations ; 22 cm
コンテンツ: Chapter 1 --
The Buddhist attitude of mind: --
Man is supreme --
One is one's refuge --
Responsibility --
Doubt --
Freedom of thought --
Tolerance --
Is Buddhism religion or philosophy? --
Truth has no label --
No blind faith or belief, but seeing and understanding --
No attachment --
Parable of the raft --
Imaginary speculations useless --
Practical attitude --
Parable of the wounded man --
The Four Noble Truths : --
Chapter 2 --
The first noble truth: Dukkha: --
Buddhism neither pessimistic nor optimistic, but realistic --
Meaning of 'Dukkha' --
Three aspects of experience --
Three aspects of 'Dukkha' --
What is a 'being'? --
Five aggregates --
No spirit opposed to matter --
Flux --
Thinker and thought --
has life a beginning? --
Chapter 3 --
The second noble truth: Samudaya: 'The arising of Dukkha' --
Definition --
Four nutriments --
Root cause of suffering and continuity --
Nature of arising and cessation --
Karma and rebirth --
What is death? --
What is rebirth? --
Chapter 4 --
The third noble truth: 'The cessation of Dukkha' --
What is Nirvana? --
Language and absolute truth --
Definitions of Nirvana --
Nirvana not a negative --
Nirvana as absolute truth --
What is absolute truth? --
Truth is not negative --
Nirvana and Samsara --
Nirvana not a result --
What is there after Nirvana? --
Incorrect expressions --
What happens to an Arahant after death? --
If no self who realizes Nirvana? --
Nirvana in this life --
Chapter 5 --
The fourth noble truth: Magga: the 'path' --
Middle path or noble eightfold path --
Comparison and wisdom --
Ethical conduct --
Mental discipline --
Wisdom --
Two sorts of understanding --
Four functions regarding the four noble truths --
Chapter 6 --
The doctrine of no-soul: Anatta --
What is soul or self? --
God and soul: Self protection and self preservation --
Teaching 'against the current' --
Analytical and synthetical methods --
Conditioned genesis --
Question of free-will --
Two kinds of truths --
Some erroneous views --
The Buddha definitely denies 'Atman' --
The Buddha's silence --
The idea of self a vague impression --
Correct impression --
Correct attitude --
If no self, who gets the results of Karma? --
Doctrine of Anatta not negative --
Chapter 7 'meditation' or mental culture: Bhavana --
Erroneous views --
Meditation --
The setting up of mindfulness --
'Meditation' on breathing --
Mindfulness of activities --
Living in the present moment --
'Meditation' on sensations --
On mind --
On ethical, spiritual and intellectual subjects --
Chapter VIII: What the Buddha taught and the world today --
Erroneous views --
Buddhism for all --
In daily life --
Family and social life --
Lay life held in high esteem --
How to become a Buddhist --
Social and economic problems --
Poverty: cause of crime --
Material and spiritual progress --
Four kinds of happiness for lay men --
On politics, war, and peace --
Non violence --
The ten duties of a ruler --
The Buddha's message --
Is it practical? --
Asoka's example --
The aim of Buddhism.
責任者: Walpola Rahula ; with a foreword by Paul Demiéville.

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