The Experience of Buddhism

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The Experience of Buddhism
Author : John Strong
File Size : 44,6 Mb
Publisher : Wadsworth Publishing Company
Language : English
Release Date : 30 January 2023
ISBN : UOM:39015070751436
Pages : 436 pages
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The Experience of Buddhism by John Strong Book PDF Summary

Part of the "Religious Life in History Series," this comprehensive anthology provides translations of texts illustrative of Buddhist philosophy and doctrine as well as descriptive, concrete accounts of Buddhist practices, rituals, and experiences. Author John Strong gives careful consideration to many key aspects of the religion in a wide range of geographic and cultural arenas, from Asia to the United States, and gives students a sense of Buddhism's historical evolution in each area. In addition, this new edition of THE EXPERIENCE OF BUDDHISM uniquely offers students a list of pertinent bibliographic suggestions after each reading, giving them the opportunity to both enhance their understanding of the material and streamline their research and paper-writing process.

The Experience of Buddhism

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