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" Ego," are but a mode of expression for the presence of the five attachment groups, but when we come to examine the elements of being one by one, we discover that in the absolute sense there is no living entity there to form a basis for such figments as... "
University of California Chronicle - Стр. 86
1921
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Sacred Writings: Christian (part 2) Buddhist, Hindu, Mohammedan

1896
..." for trunk, branches, foliage, etc., in a certain relation, but when we come to examine the parts one by one, we discover that in the absolute sense there is no tree ; in exactly the same way the words " living entity " and " Ego," are but a mode of expression...
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Buddhism and Its Christian Critics

Paul Carus - 1897 - Страниц: 316
...themselves, there are forms in themselves. Buddhagosha argues in the Visudhi-Magga, Chap. XVIII. : " Just as the word ' chariot' is but a mode of expression...discover that in the absolute sense there is no chariot ; and just as the word ' house ' is but a mode of expression for wood and other covstituents of a house,...
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Buddhism and Its Christian Critics

Paul Carus - 1897 - Страниц: 316
...themselves, there are forms in themselves. Buddhagosha argues in the Visudhi-Magga, Chap. XVIII.: " Just as the word ' chariot' is but a mode of expression...but when we come to examine the members one by one, \ve discover that in the absolute sense there is no chariot; and just as the word ' house' is but a...
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The Monist, Том 7

Paul Carus - 1897
...expression for the presence of the five attachment groups, but when we come to examine the elements of being one by one, we discover that in the absolute sense there is no living entity there to form a basis for such figments as ' I am 'or ' I ' ; in other words, that in...
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Buddhism in Translations

Henry Clarke Warren - 1900 - Страниц: 520
...prompt is the wit of your replies." § 15 i — Translated from the Visuddhi-Magga (chap, xviii.). Just as the word " chariot " is but a mode of expression...discover that in the absolute sense there is no chariot ; and just as the word " house " is but a mode of expression for wood and other constituents of a house,...
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The Essence of Buddhism

Pokala Lakshmi Narasu - 1907
...Visiiddhi .magga, " is but a -mode of expression for axle, wheels, pole, and other constituent parts, placed in a certain relation to each other, but when...come to examine the members one by one, we discover in the absolute sense there is no chariot... in exactly the same way the words " living entity " and...
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Selections from Six Great Religions: Confucian, Hebrew, Christian, Buddhist ...

1910 - Страниц: 1021
...expression for the presence of the five attachment groups, but when we come to examine the elements of being one by one, we discover that in the absolute sense there is no living entity there to form a basis for such figments as "I am," or "I"; in other words, that in the...
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Oriental Thought: An Introduction to the Philosophical and Religious Thought ...

Yong Choon Kim - 1981 - Страниц: 129
...the existence of Self. There are many illustrations about this doctrine. Some of them are as follows: Just as the word "chariot" is but a mode of expression...members placed in a certain relation to each other, when we come to examine the members one by one, we discover that in the absolute sense there is no...
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Nietzsche and Buddhism: Prolegomenon to a Comparative Study

Freny Mistry - 1981 - Страниц: 211
...Buddha lived he would applaud you."4 The Visuddhimagga, reinforces Nagasena's explanation as "truth": Just as the word "chariot" is but a mode of expression for axle, wheels, chariot body, pole, and other constituent members, placed in a certain relation to each other, but...
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The Epistemology of Religious Experience

Keith E. Yandell - 1994 - Страниц: 371
...Sourcebook, pp. 273, 274; the text is Theravadin) A longer and more familiar passage reads as follows: Just as the word "chariot" is but a mode of expression...wheels, chariot-body, pole, and other constituent mem288 bers, placed in a certain relation to each other, but when we come to examine the members one...
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