Indian Buddhist Theories of Persons

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INDEX

a
Abhidharmakośa see Treasury
Abhidharmakośabhāya see Commentary
acquire 10 , 31-3 , 43 , 61 , 73 , 85 , 88 , 114 , 133 , 136-40 , 145-6 , 148-9 , 177 , 193 , 213 , 216-19 , 233
action: 26 , 37 , 67 , 96 , 104 , 112 , 120 , 132 , 145 , 238 , 240 ;
agent of 15-16 , 40 , 42-3 , 53 , 63 , 88 , 97-100 , 106-7 , 114-15 , 118-20 , 143 , 152 , 217-18 , 225 , 238-9 , 244-6 , 249 , 251-61 ;
and their results 3 , 42-3 , 53-4 , 62-3 , 106-10 , 120 , 128 , 140 , 150 , 210 , 212 , 225 , 244-7 , 253 , 279 , 286 , 289 , 296-8
activity signified by an active verb 98-9 , 118 , 252-5
aggregate-reliant identity 133-5 , 141 , 147-8 , 166-70
aggregates see acquire, aggregate-reliant identity, consciousness, discrimination, feeling, volitional forces
Anacher, Stefan 59-60 , 300
Ānanda 90-3
Asa ga 11 , 23 , 36 , 62 , 66
Arhat 92 , 117 , 282
Ārya(s) 84 , 99 , 111 , 116 , 214
Āryasā mitīyas 9

b
Basu, B. D. 64 , 301
Bhāvaviveka 11 , 23 , 64 , 66-7 , 301
Bimbisāra:
passage, 194 , 198 ;
Sūtra83
Boin-Webb, Sara 61 , 300
Buddhadeva 89 , 222
Buswell, Robert Jr 64 , 259 , 300

c
Candrakīrti viii , 2-3 , 11 , 13 , 23-4 , 26-9 , 33-6 , 45 , 50-2 , 54-8 , 62 , 67 , 127 , 197-9 , 225-7 , 237 , 284-5
causal basis analysis 151-3 , 157 , 160 , 162 , 234 , 251
causal continuum 10 , 27 , 32 , 34 , 37-8 , 63 , 71 , 75 , 83 , 85-7 , 90-1 , 94 , 97-102 , 105-6 , 108-10 , 112 , 114 , 118 , 123 , 127 , 140-1 , 144-5 , 147 , 149-50 , 179 , 190 , 207-9 , 212-14 , 224-5 , 231 , 233-5 , 240-4 , 246 , 250-1 , 255-61 , 280-1 , 283-7 , 289 , 293-8
causally conditioned:
causes 107 , 290 ;
phenomena 11 , 17-18 , 22 , 24-5 , 42 , 65 , 69 , 73 , 76 , 79 , 83 , 86 , 88 , 101-2 , 114 , 130 , 132 , 152 , 163-5,181 , 197 , 209 , 214 , 216 , 220 , 258 , 260-1 , 278 ;
special development 297
causal reference:
objection 142-3 , 148 , 166 ;
principle 41 , 45 , 136 , 141-2 , 148 , 166 , 168-9 , 211 ;
thesis 126-7
Chakrabarti, Arindam 64 , 302
Chakrabarti, Kisor Kumar 64 , 302
Châu, Thích Thiên 10 , 61 , 63 , 163 , 300 , 302
Chinese:
commentaries xii , 4 , 117 , 300 ;
monk 8 ;
sources 34 , 63 ;
translations vii , xi-xii , 4-5 , 9-10 , 59 , 62-3 , 68 , 120 , 138-9 , 259 , 300
Cittamātrika 16 , 23 , 26-7 , 59 , 66 , 69
Commentary4-5 , 9 , 17 , 22-3 , 36-7 , 39 , 59-60 , 65-6 , 68-9 , 117 , 144 , 242 , 278 , 296 , 299

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • 1 - Introduction to the Translation 1
  • 2 - Translation of Vasubandhu's "Refutation of the Theory of a Self" 71
  • 3 - Commentary on Section 1 122
  • 4 - Commentary on Section 2 131
  • 5 - Commentary on Section 3 206
  • 6 - Commentary on Section 4 238
  • Bibliography 299
  • Index 303
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