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The Yamaka, being the sixth book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka

Edited by Caroline Rhys Davids

by Caroline Augusta (Foley) Rhys Davids

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Published by Published for the Pali Text Society by H. Frowde in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesAbhidhamma Pitaka
Statementassisted by Mary C. Foley and Mabel Hunt
ContributionsLedi, thera
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPK4591 Y3 1911A
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24424941M

About this book Abhidhamma is the Higher Teaching of the Buddha, some-times referred to as the ultimate teaching (paramattha desanà). In it, man is describe d as a psycho-physical being consisting of both mind and matter, and it gives a micro-scopic analysis of the human being. Abhidhamma explains the process of birth and death in detail. Compre o livro Abhidhamma Pitaka na : confira as ofertas para livros em inglês e importados Abhidhamma Pitaka - Livros na Amazon Brasil- Pular para Format: Capa Comum.

  Yamaka vs. Kippah. Published: 19 Apr, Views: 6, Yamaka. The Yamaka (यमक; Pali for "pairs") is part of the Pali Canon, the scriptures of Theravada Buddhism. It is included in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, which according to the scriptures themselves was taught by the Buddha himself. Scholars do not take this literally, though some have. In particular, the Dhammasangani is essentially a book of classifications and definitions. In addition, a very elaborate and cautious delimitation of terms is given in the sixth book of Abhidhamma the 'Yamaka', which to our modern taste appears even over-elaborate and over-cautious in that respect.

Another odd inclusion in the Abhidhamma, this book contains questions and answers that were compiled by Moggaliputta Tissa in the 3rd century BCE, in order to help clarify points of controversy that existed between the various "Hinayana" schools of Buddhism at the time. Yamaka ("The Book of Pairs"). This book is a logical analysis of many.   Abhidhamma Pitaka - Yamaka The Yamaka (ञमक; Pali for "pairs") is part of the Pali Canon, the scriptures of Theravada Buddhism. It is included in the Abhidhamma Pitaka, which according to the scriptures themselves was taught by the Buddha himself.


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Tan. The Yamaka, being the sixth book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka. Edited by Caroline Rhys Davids by Davids, Caroline Augusta (Foley) Rhys, d. ; Ledi, thera. A dissertation on the YamakaPages: YamakaEdit. Yamaka. (The Book of Pairs) Yamaka is the sixth book of Abhidhamma. This book is in ten chapters, each dealing with a particular topic of Buddhist teaching: Roots (Mula), Aggregates (Khanda), Bases (Ayatana), Elements (Dhatu), Truths (Sacca/Satya), Formations (Sankhara/Sanskara), Latent States (Anusaya), Consciousness (Citta/Chitta), Phenomena (Dhamma) and Sense Faculties.

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Standing where it does as sixth book in the Abhidhamma-PUaka, after the first four books of expository matter, and the fifth book which corrects perverted views on various points therein, the Yamaka aims at expurgating doubt by affirmations concerning a.

The Yamaka is the sixth book of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka of the Theravāda Canon. This text which is very voluminous and extremely difficult to comprehend is meant to remove any misgivings that might still arise after the first five books of the Abhidhamma Piṭaka ([ 10], p. ).It is subdivided into ten chapters (yamaka), namely, Mūla, Khandha, Āyatana, Dhātu, Sacca, Saṅkhārā.

THE BOOK OF PAIRS (YAMAKA) The Buddha expounded the Book, on Pairs (YAMAKA) which is the Sixth Book in the Abhidhamma Pitaka after he completed the Fifth Book on Points of Controversy (KATHA VATTHU). THE ABHIDHAMMA PITAKA (Basket/Division of BUDDHIST Ethical.

Philosophy and Psychology) consists of. An Analytical Study of the Yamaka from Abhidhamma, Volume I The sixth book of Abhidhamma Piṭaka by P.

Tan, ISBN: A part of the book can be downloaded here: Analytical Study of the Yamaka. The Abhidhamma Piṭaka consists of seven books: Dhammasaṅganī (-saṅgaṇi or -saṅgaṇī) Vibhaṅga (vibhaṅga) Dhātukathā (dhātukathā) Puggalapaññatti (-paññatti) Kathāvatthu (kathā-) Yamaka; Paṭṭhāna (paţţhāna) The Pali Abhidhamma collection has little in common with the Abhidharma works recognized by other early Buddhist schools.

Five of the 10 Yamaka-books newly translated by Isi Nandamedhā: Yamaka is the sixth of the seven original Abhidhamma-books of the Abhidhammapiṭaka and. Yamaka. The sixth book of the Abhidhamma Pitaka. It is divided into ten chapters (called Yamaka) Mula, Khandha, Ayatana, Dhatu, Sacca, Sankhara, Anusaya, Citta, Dhamma and Indriya.

The method of treatment of each of the ten divisions tends to be threefold. Abhidhamma means higher doctrine and the book's purpose is to encourage the right application of Buddhism in order to eradicate wrong view and eventually all defilements.

Many terms in Pali the language of early Buddhism are used and are defined as they are introduced. The book is therefore suitable for beginners as well as practising Buddhists.

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The Psycho-Ethical Aspects of Abhidhamma brings the essence of Buddhist psychology, called Abhidhamma, to the Western world using the related portions of the Pali Buddhist literature.

The seven books of the Abhidhamma Pitaka, the third division of the Tipitaka, offer an extraordinarily detailed analysis of the basic principles governing the behavior of mental and physical s the Sutta and Vinaya Pitakas are characterized by their practical teachings regarding the Buddhist path to Awakening, the Abhidhamma Pitaka presents a philosophical -- and almost.

The seven books of the Abhidhamma Pitaka, the third division of the Tipitaka, offer an extraordinarily detailed analysis of the basic natural principles that govern mental and physical s the Sutta and Vinaya Pitakas lay out the practical aspects of the Buddhist path to Awakening, the Abhidhamma Pitaka provides a theoretical framework to explain the causal underpinnings of that.

Abhidhamma Pitaka Edit. The Abhidhamma Pitaka is the last of the three divisions of the Tipitaka. The compilation of the Buddha's teachings classified as the Abhidhamma deals with the quintessence of the Doctrine in purely academic terms, without reference to individuals and events.

The traditional view, is that the Abhidhamma Pitaka was taught by the Buddha years after his Enlightenment when. Yamaka - The Book of the Pairs, the book of pairs of questions. Patthana - The Book of Relations, the book of origination, conditionality and dependence of all the phenomena of existence (this is the largest and the most important Abhidhamma work).

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Firstly, a Paññattivára or section deliminating the term and concept, divided into an. Yamaka Vol 1- Please note: PTS members must order directly from the PTS. Volume 1 of the Yamaka, the sixth book of the Abhidhamma pitaka dealing with applied PTS translation is available yet.This work of his was included in the Abhidhamma Pitaka at that Conference.

This book deals with controversies and is divided into 23 chapters. 6. Yamaka - "The Book of Pairs". It is so called owing to its method of treatment. Throughout the book a question and its converse are found grouped together.ABHIDHAMMA PITAKA.

6. Yamaka Pæ¹i. Yamaka sets out to define and analyse the interrelationship of dhammas and puggalas as they exist in these three worlds. This is accomplished in the form of pairs of questions, which gives it the title of Yamaka.

The logical process of conversion (anuloma) and complete inversion (pa¥iloma) is applied to.