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Indispensable for all students of religion and philosophy. There are essays on Buddhist studies, Mahayana, death, concepts of wisdom, parallels to other traditions and iconography.
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Eberhart Julius Dietrich Conze, who published as Edward Conze, studied Indian and comparative philosophy at the universities of Bonn and Hamburg. He later lectured in psychology, philosophy, and comparative religion at Oxford, held a number of academic appointments, and served as Vice-President of the Buddhist Society.
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