Historical Sketches. 3 vols [set]

NEWMAN, John Henry

Verlag: Basil Montagu, 1876
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~Pagination: vii, 446, [ii] + xiii, 487, [ii] + [v], 421, [x], [ii] pp. Original purple cloth, spines faded. Hinges sound. Convent inscriptions to front endpapers, and annotations to titlepages or contents pages. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Titel: Historical Sketches. 3 vols [set]
Verlag: Basil Montagu
Erscheinungsdatum: 1876
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Sir Charles Eliot
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Buchbeschreibung Munshiram Manoharlal, 2003. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Contents: Vol. I: I. Introduction: 1. Influence of Indian thought in Eastern Asia. 2. Origin and growth of Hinduism. 3. The Buddha. 4. Asoka. 5. Extension of Buddhism and Hinduism beyond India. 6. New forms of Buddhism. 7. Revival of Hinduism. 8. Later forms of Hinduism. 9. European influence and modern Hinduism. 10. Change and permanence in Buddhism. 11. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 12. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 13. Rebirth and the nature of the soul. 14. Eastern Pessimism and renunciation. 15. Eastern Polytheism. 16. The extravagance of Hinduism. 17. The Hindu and Buddhist scriptures. 18. Morality and will. 19. The origin of evil. 20. Church and state. 21. Public worship and ceremonial. 22. The worship of the reproductive forces. 23. Hinduism in practice. 24. Buddhism in practice. 25. Interest of Indian thought for Europe. II. Early Indian religion : a general view: 1. Religions of India and eastern Asia. 2. Historical. 3. General characteristics of Indian religion. 4. Vedic deities and sacrifices. 5. Asceticism and knowledge. 6. Religious life in pre-Buddhist India. 7. The Jains. III. Pali Buddhism: 8. Life of the Buddha. 9. The Buddha compared with other religious teachers. 10. The teaching of the Buddha. 11. Monks and Laymen. 12. Asoka. 13. The Canon. 14. Meditation. 15. Mythology in Hinduism and Buddhism. Vol. II: IV. The Mahayana: 16. Main features of the Mahayana. 17. Bodhisattvas. 18. The Buddhas of Mahayanism. 19. Mahayanist Metaphysics. 20. Mahayanist scriptures. 21. Chronology of the Mahayana. 22. From Kanishka to Vasubandhu. 23. Indian Buddhism as seen by the Chinese pilgrims. 24. Decadenoe of Buddhism in India. V. Hinduism: 25. Siva and Vishnu. 26. Features of Hinduism: ritual, caste, sect, faith. 27. The evolution of Hinduism, Bhagavatas and Pasupatas. 28. Sankara, Sivaism in Southern India, Kashmir, Lingayats. 29. Vishnuism in South India. 30. Later Vishnuism in North India. 31. Amalgamation of Hinduism and Islam, Kabir and the Sikhs. 32. Saktism. 33. Hindu philosophy. Vol. III: VI. Buddhism outside India: 34. Expansion of Indian influence. 35. Ceylon. 36. Burma. 37. Siam. 38. Camboja. 39. Champa. 40. Java and the Malay Archipelago. 41. Central Asia. 42. China. Introductory. 43. China (continued). History. 44. China (continued). The canon. 45. China (continued). Schools of Chinese Buddhism. 46. China (continued). Chinese Buddhism at the present day. 47. Korea. 48. Annam. 49. Tibet. Introductory. 50. Tibet (continued). History. 51. Tibet (continued). The canon. 52. Tibet (continued). Doctrines of Lamaism. 53. Tibet (continued). Sects. 54. Japan. VII. Mutual influence of Eastern and Western religions: 55. Influence of Christianity in India. 56. Indian influence in the Western world. 57. Persian influence in India. 58. Mohammedanism in India. Index."First published in 1921, when the author was the British Ambassador in Tokyo, Hinduism and Buddhism provides a vivid historical sketch of the Hindu and Buddhist religions, an immense subject."In his introduction Sir Charles Eliot points to the real foundation of Indian thought: 'Here more than in any other country the national mind finds its favourite occupation and full expression in religion. This quality is geographical rather than racial, for it is possessed by Dravidians as much as by Aryans. From the raja to the peasant most Hindus have an interest in theology and often a passion for it. Few works of art or literature are purely secular: the intellectual and aesthetic efforts of India, long, continuous and distinguished as they are, are monotonous inasmuch as they are almost all the expression of some religious phase'."The reissue of this eminent book is an important event which will be welcomed by all who are concerned with Hindu and Buddhist religion and thought. " 1180 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 49457

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