Compassion and Emptiness in Early Buddhist Meditation by Analayo

By Analayo

Anālayo investigates the meditative practices of compassion and vacancy by means of analyzing and analyzing fabric from the early Buddhist discourses. just like his prior examine of satipaṭṭhāna, he brings a brand new measurement to our figuring out by means of evaluating Pali texts with types that experience survived in chinese language, Sanskrit and Tibetan. the result's a wide-ranging exploration of what those practices intended in early Buddhism.

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