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DID THE BUDDHA BELIEVE IN KARMA AND REBIRTH 1

@inproceedings{Bronkhorst2009DIDTB,
  title={DID THE BUDDHA BELIEVE IN KARMA AND REBIRTH 1},
  author={Johannes Bronkhorst},
  year={2009}
}
The title of this lecture may raise some questions. Before we can even try to answer the question whether the Buddha believed in karma and rebirth, we have to address a few other ones. One is whether karma and rebirth necessarily form a couple. We will see that not all scholars have looked upon these elements in this way, and that some have suggested that the Buddha may have believed in only one of these two. An equally important question concerns the issue whether philological research can… 
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