And that is why this book is an invaluable companion to anyone interested in Buddhism.
Conze's book has survived many years of use, and still seems to be a very helpful introduction to a massively complex subject: the canon of Buddhist Scriptures.
One was to train the mind and body through meditation and intellectual and ethical development.
Interesting and learned a lot from this book. Book was in nice condition. I enjoyed going through the pages and reading.Published 21 months ago by B. Harris
This was my first, and still is my little favorite, for its selection, translation, erudition, and explanation. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by David A. Burack
This is a comment on the HARDCOVER version only, with the isbn of 0670028924, from Penguin Global in 2005. (Inside the book it says Penguin/Viking. Read morePublished on October 12, 2011 by Jarett
Conze's book has survived many years of use, and still seems to be a very helpful introduction to a massively complex subject: the canon of Buddhist Scriptures. Read morePublished on April 12, 2009 by Will Jerom
a nice introduction to Buddhism using a selection of sources instead personal expositions. Penguin has another one of Donald S. Read morePublished on January 18, 2009 by V. Gonzalez
Running a temple is like herding cats.
Americans are very smart, and we even like doing yoga or meditation, healthy things. Read more