Buddhism, Critical Concepts in Religious Studies, Volume 7
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VOLUME VII BUDDHISM IN SOUTH AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
88 the feminine renunciants of Sri Lanka: the Dasasilamattawa
LOWELL W. BLOSS
89 "Merit transference" in Sinhalese Buddhism: a case study
of the interplay among doctrine and practice
90 Narrative, sub-ethics, and the ethical existence: a few evidence
from Theravada Buddhism
CHARLES HALLISEY AND ANNE HANSEN
91 Buddhism and legislations: the view from Mandalay
92 the nice culture and the Little within the standpoint of
93 Dhamma in dispute: the interactions of faith and legislations in
FRANK E. REYNOLDS
94 The 32 myos within the medieval Mon kingdom
95 Buddhist legislation based on the Theravada-Vinaya: a survey
of thought and perform 149
OSKAR VON HINUBER
96 Buddhist legislations in response to the Theravada-Vinaya (II): some
additions and corrections
OSKAR VON HINUBER
Sinhalese order in simple terms, has been passed over from the chinese language translation of the Samantapiisiidikii: P. V. Bapat and A. Hirakawa, Shan-Chien-P'i-P'o-Sha. A chinese language model via Sanghabhadra ofSamantapiisiidikii, Bhandarkar Oriental sequence I zero (Poona: 1970) 387. seventy nine "Revocation" (niisanii) refers to rookies (siimm)eras) in line with Pacittiya LXX (Yin IV 139.18**-34**, cf. the definition at Sp 870.35-871.4 and Sp 1013.1; 1014.10-1015.4) and in addition to nuns (bhikkhunl). For Mettiya commits an offense opposed to.
The Thiiparamaya in Anuradhapura, got here to be known as Hamumaniyo or Hamupasika as a result of her aristocratic connections and bearing. donning a white shirt and a yellow gown to tell apart herself at the one hand from bhikkhuf}is and, nonetheless, from the uninitiated, undisciplined ladies in white of which Copleston spoke, she was once on a regular basis visited by means of dignitaries from Burma and individuals of the lay Buddhist elite of Sri Lanka. sixteen She died in 1939. Sister Sudharmachari's instance and that of her.
Misinterpretations given to rules and actions derived from the nice culture have a few purpose-they were recast and reformulated and taken into line with the peasant international view. they're "misinterpretations" or "crudities" if seen from the viewpoint of the good culture; if considered from the peasants' point of view, they're part of a unmarried significant culture. Peasant tradition, in different phrases, isn't a part tradition, as Redfield says it's. four the typical person's.
sunlight line, his mom of the lineage of an egg laid in a joint of bamboo' .60 All Burmese kings preserved this double descent, for they married their half-sisters. because the mig! is of earth, so the girl sprung from serpents is dowered with the land. Matriliny perpetuated this fiction as to the resource of the land-rights to which the king laid declare. It was once, even if, royal matriliny, and it'll in my judgment be flawed to deduce a as soon as common procedure of matri-clans from it, even if those are.
the trainer won't prescribe any rule (sikkhiipadarrz paiifiiipeti) to his scholars, he'll no longer recite the Patimokha so long as no elements resulting in defilement (iisavatthiinzyii dhammii) look within the order (Vin III 9.26-30)." this is often the reply of the Buddha to Sariputta's concerns that damage can be performed to the order, if no principles of behavior are prescribed in time. And Sariputta additional issues out that the various buddhas of the earlier missed this very responsibility with disasterous effects: Their.