Buddhisms: An Introduction

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Free shipping for non-business customers when ordering books at De Gruyter Online. The Buddha wandered the plains of northeastern India for 45 years more, teaching the path or Dharma he had realized in that moment.

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Around him developed a community or Sangha of monks and, later, nuns, drawn from every tribe and caste, devoted to practicing this path. In approximately BC, at the age of 80, the Buddha died. His last words are said to be Although the religious aspects of Buddhism are discussed, I am far more interested in presenting Buddhism's philosophical and psychological side. It is not necessary to believe in heavens or hells, in gods, demons, or ghosts, or even in rebirth or reincarnation in order to benefit from the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama.

I myself believe in none of these things, and yet have learned a great deal from the sutras -- far more than from any other source.