|Title:||Research on the Dīrgha-āgama
Roderick S. Bucknell
This is the second volume of proceedings of the ?gama seminars convened by the ?gama Research Group at the Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (formerly Dharma Drum Buddhist College). On this occasion, the ?gama Research Group met to discuss the early collections of long discourses transmitted by the different Buddhist schools. Thanks to the discovery and ongoing publication of the incomplete Sanskrit D?rgha-?gama manuscript from Gilgit, three different versions of the Collection of Long Discourses are now available for comparative study: the Pali D?gha-nik?ya transmitted within the Therav?da tradition, the just-mentioned D?rgha-?gama in Sanskrit, identified as Sarv?stiv?da or M?lasarv?stiv?da, and the Chinese translation of an Indic D?rgha-?gama (長阿含經), generally considered to be affiliated with the Dharmaguptakas. The six papers collected here focus on research on these various incarnations of the collections of long discourses in comparative perspective.
About the editor: Sāmaṇerī Dhammadinnā(Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts) About the contributors: Bhikkhu Anālayo(Numata Center for Buddhist Studies, University of Hamburg & Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts) Roderick S. Bucknell(University of Queensland) Toshiichi Endo (遠藤敏一)(Centre of Buddhist Studies, The University of Hong Kong) Jens-Uwe Hartmann(Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität of Munich) Jen-jou Hung (洪振洲)(Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts) Seishi Karashima (辛嶋靜志)(The International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University)
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