The Inner Science Of Buddhist Practice: Vasubhandu's Summary Of The Five Heaps With Commentary By Sthiramati
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The Inner Science Of Buddhist Practice: Vasubhandu's Summary Of The Five Heaps With Commentary By Sthiramati

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The Inner Science of Buddhist Practice contains translations of texts by two historically important Indian Buddhist scholars: Vasubhandhu's "Summary of the Five Heaps" and Sthiramati's commentary on Vasubandhu's root text. These works present the traditional Buddhist analysis of ordinary experience and provide rich resources for studying Buddhist and Western interpretation...more
Hardcover, 576 pages
Published September 16th 2009 by Snow Lion (first published July 25th 2009)
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Graham Smetham
The introduction to this translation of an important Buddhist work is an excellent overview and introduction to the Buddhist worldview.
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Ph.D. in Buddhist studies from the University of Wisconsin; adjunct professor, interpreter, and translator; active in the development of a program for teaching Buddhist classics that integrates a study of the language and their application in practice. Tsadra Foundation Grantee in 2004; Fellow since 2005.
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