Sutta Discovery Volume 40b
Piya's 5th Cycle Special Edition
How Buddhism Became Chinese
A reflection on the (Ahitaya) Thera Sutta (A 5.88/3:114-116)
© by Piya Tan 2008
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The arrival of Buddhism in China and Chinese response.
Interaction between Buddhism and culture: Doaism and Confucianism.
How religious idea arise and flourish; the growth of new Buddhist ideas.
Buddha-nature and universal awakening: Chinese Buddhist humanism.
Religion, power and change; some things we can learn from history.
How we tend to view religion; some problems of translation.
Religion and spirituality; harmonizing religion and culture
(9) Glossary of Chinese Terms (partial index)
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