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Archaeology and Protestant Presuppositions in the Study of Indian Buddhism
  • G. Schopen
  • Philosophy
  • History of Religions
  • 1 August 1991
The way in which the history of Indian Buddhism has been studied by modern scholars is decidedly peculiar. What is perhaps even more peculiar, though, is that it has rarely been seen to be so. ThisExpand
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Burial ‘ad sanctos’ and the physical presence of the Buddha in early Indian Buddhism: A study in the archeology of religions
Abstract This paper is an attempt to look at Indian Buddhism ‘on the ground’ and is an exercise in what might be called ‘the archeology of religions’. It focuses on one distinct aspect of BuddhistExpand
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The Bodhigarbhalankaralaksa and Vimalosnisa Dharanis in Indian Inscriptions. Two Sources for the Practice of Buddhism in Medieval India
L'A. analyse l'inscription bouddhique sanskrite (10 s.), le Bodhigarbhalankaralaksa Dharani, relevee sur une dalle du Musee de Cuttak (Orissa, Inde) et la compare a d'autres dharani du meme typeExpand
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The Good Monk and His Money in a Buddhist Monasticism of "The Mahayana Period."
L'A. traite de l'economie dans l'histoire du monachisme bouddhiste telle qu'elle apparait dans le Mulasarvastivada-vinaya qui concerne la discipline bouddhique et qui a ete redige au debut du MoyenExpand
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Mahāyāna in Indian inscriptions
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