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The Resource Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters : Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India, Gregory Schopen; Luis O. Gomez

Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters : Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India, Gregory Schopen; Luis O. Gomez

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Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters : Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India
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Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters
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Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India
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Gregory Schopen; Luis O. Gomez
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Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters: Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India is the fourth in a series of collected essays by one of today's most distinguished scholars of Indian Buddhism. In these articles Gregory Schopen once again displays the erudition and originality that have contributed to a major shift in the way that Indian Buddhism is perceived, understood, and studied
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Schopen, Gregory
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In English
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non fiction
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Gomez, Luis O.
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Studies in the Buddhist Traditions
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  • Monastic and religious life (Buddhism)
  • Buddhist nuns
  • Buddhist monks
  • HISTORY / Asia / India & South Asia
  • Buddhist monks
  • Buddhist nuns
  • Monastic and religious life (Buddhism)
  • India
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Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters : Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India, Gregory Schopen; Luis O. Gomez
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Contents
  • CHAPTER IV. Separate but Equal Property Rights and the Legal Independence of Buddhist Nuns and Monks in Early North India
  • CHAPTER V. On the Legal and Economic Activities of Buddhist Nuns Two Examples from Early India
  • CHAPTER VI. The Buddhist Nun as an Urban Landlord and a "Legal Person" in Early India
  • CHAPTER VII. A New Hat for Hārītī On "Giving" Children for Their Protection to Buddhist Nuns and Monks in Early India
  • CHAPTER VIII. On Some Who Are Not Allowed to Become Buddhist Monks or Nuns An Old List of Types of Slaves or Unfree Laborers
  • Monks
  • CHAPTER IX. Making Men into Monks
  • CHAPTER X. Counting the Buddha and the Local Spirits In A Monastic Ritual of Inclusion for the Rain Retreat
  • CHAPTER XI. The Buddhist "Monastery" and the Indian Garden Aesthetics, Assimilations, and the Siting of Monastic Establishments
  • CHAPTER XII. On Monks and Menial Laborers Some Monastic Accounts of Building Buddhist Monasteries
  • Frontmatter
  • CHAPTER XIII. A Well-Sanitized Shroud Asceticism and Institutional Values in the Middle Period of Buddhist Monasticism
  • CHAPTER XIV. The Buddhist Bhikṣu's Obligation to Support His Parents in Two Vinaya Traditions
  • CHAPTER XV. On Buddhist Monks and Dreadful Deities Some Monastic Devices for Updating the Dharma
  • Other
  • CHAPTER XVI. Celebrating Odd Moments The Biography of the Buddha in Some Mūlasarvāstivādin Cycles of Religious Festivals
  • CHAPTER XVII. Taking the Bodhisattva into Town More Texts on the Image of "the Bodhisattva" and Image Processions in the Mûlasarvâstivâda-vinaya
  • CHAPTER XVIII. The Learned Monk as a Comic Figure On Reading a Buddhist Vinaya as Indian Literature
  • CHAPTER XIX. On the Underside of a Sacred Space Some Less Appreciated Functions of the Temple in Classical India
  • INDEX OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND INSCRIPTIONS
  • INDEX OF TEXTS
  • CONTENTS
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS
  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • ABBREVIATIONS
  • Nuns
  • CHAPTER I. The Urban Buddhist Nun and a Protective Rite for Children in Early North India
  • CHAPTER II. On Emptying Chamber Pots without Looking and the Urban Location of Buddhist Nunneries in Early India Again
  • CHAPTER III. On Incompetent Monks and Able Urbane Nuns in a Buddhist Monastic Code
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9780824873929
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JSTOR
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10.21313/9780824873929
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22573/ctt225wrz6
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Buddhist Nuns, Monks, and Other Worldly Matters : Recent Papers on Monastic Buddhism in India, Gregory Schopen; Luis O. Gomez
Publication
Copyright
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online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • CHAPTER IV. Separate but Equal Property Rights and the Legal Independence of Buddhist Nuns and Monks in Early North India
  • CHAPTER V. On the Legal and Economic Activities of Buddhist Nuns Two Examples from Early India
  • CHAPTER VI. The Buddhist Nun as an Urban Landlord and a "Legal Person" in Early India
  • CHAPTER VII. A New Hat for Hārītī On "Giving" Children for Their Protection to Buddhist Nuns and Monks in Early India
  • CHAPTER VIII. On Some Who Are Not Allowed to Become Buddhist Monks or Nuns An Old List of Types of Slaves or Unfree Laborers
  • Monks
  • CHAPTER IX. Making Men into Monks
  • CHAPTER X. Counting the Buddha and the Local Spirits In A Monastic Ritual of Inclusion for the Rain Retreat
  • CHAPTER XI. The Buddhist "Monastery" and the Indian Garden Aesthetics, Assimilations, and the Siting of Monastic Establishments
  • CHAPTER XII. On Monks and Menial Laborers Some Monastic Accounts of Building Buddhist Monasteries
  • Frontmatter
  • CHAPTER XIII. A Well-Sanitized Shroud Asceticism and Institutional Values in the Middle Period of Buddhist Monasticism
  • CHAPTER XIV. The Buddhist Bhikṣu's Obligation to Support His Parents in Two Vinaya Traditions
  • CHAPTER XV. On Buddhist Monks and Dreadful Deities Some Monastic Devices for Updating the Dharma
  • Other
  • CHAPTER XVI. Celebrating Odd Moments The Biography of the Buddha in Some Mūlasarvāstivādin Cycles of Religious Festivals
  • CHAPTER XVII. Taking the Bodhisattva into Town More Texts on the Image of "the Bodhisattva" and Image Processions in the Mûlasarvâstivâda-vinaya
  • CHAPTER XVIII. The Learned Monk as a Comic Figure On Reading a Buddhist Vinaya as Indian Literature
  • CHAPTER XIX. On the Underside of a Sacred Space Some Less Appreciated Functions of the Temple in Classical India
  • INDEX OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES AND INSCRIPTIONS
  • INDEX OF TEXTS
  • CONTENTS
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS
  • ABOUT THE AUTHOR
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • ABBREVIATIONS
  • Nuns
  • CHAPTER I. The Urban Buddhist Nun and a Protective Rite for Children in Early North India
  • CHAPTER II. On Emptying Chamber Pots without Looking and the Urban Location of Buddhist Nunneries in Early India Again
  • CHAPTER III. On Incompetent Monks and Able Urbane Nuns in a Buddhist Monastic Code
Control code
on1024011295
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780824873929
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
JSTOR
Other control number
10.21313/9780824873929
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
22573/ctt225wrz6
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1024011295

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