Dictionary Of Chinese Buddhist Terms

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Dictionary Of Chinese Buddhist Terms

Post by WuMing » Sat Jun 01, 2013 8:48 pm

I came across an online edition of A Dictionary Of Chinese Buddhist Terms by by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous
here http://tinyurl.com/mux9frp

It might be dated but still useful in some aspects as Charles Muller pointed out in his Preface To The Digital Edition.
Now, observing with the eye of the Buddha, both the Buddha and ordinary beings are in the same liberated state. There is neither this nor that: there is only non-duality and identity.
- 空海 Kūkai in Unjigi 吽字義 The Meaning of the Letter Hūṃ
- Kūkai on the Philosophy of Language by Takagi Shingen and Dreitlein Eijō
Śrī Singha said to Padmasambhava:
Since buddhas and sentient beings are inseparable and the same, it is necessary to respect all sentient beings as being on the same level with the buddhas. Can you?
- translated by Malcolm N. Smith

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