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Ethics of Tibet
Bodhisattva Section of Tsong-Kha-Pa's Lam Rim Chen Mo
Ethics of Tibet
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Alex Wayman - Translator
SUNY Series in Buddhist Studies
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Hardcover - 279 pages
Release Date: September 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0771-3
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0771-4

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Paperback - 279 pages
Release Date: September 1991
ISBN10: 0-7914-0772-1
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0772-1

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"One of the leading Tibetan scholars in the world has translated this work by the great Tsong-kha-pa, the titular head of the Ge-lug-pa Sect and perhaps the Tibetan equivalent of the great Nagarjuna. This first complete English translation also reveals the encyclopedic mind of Tsong-kha-pa, whose copious references to the sutras are a gold mine. He, more than anyone else, shaped the development of Tibetan Buddhism as we know of it today.

"This book is very interesting and easy to read, because it is a systematic, step-by-step analysis of the conditions necessary for the progress in spiritual attainment, from the awakening of the mind of enlightenment (bodhicitta) to the final insight (prajna). It is definitely a useful text for understanding Tibetan Buddhism at the core and for comparative studies involving other systems of thought within Buddhism." --Kenneth K. Inada, State University of New York, Buffalo

One of the great contributions of Tibetan Buddhism to the Buddhist tradition as a whole, and one of the things that distinguishes it from the Mahayana traditions that developed via China, has been the clear and systematic articulation of a doctrine of compassion. This text is perhaps the paradigmatic expression of that and as such is vitally important. It will advance Western access to and understanding of Tibetan Buddhism considerably.

Alex Wayman is Professor of Sanskrit at Columbia University.


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Table of Contents

FOREWORD BY THE DALAI LAMA

INTRODUCTION

Precepts for the Great Person (Part One)

Teaching that Only the Generation of the Thought Is the Door of Entrance

The Method of Generating That Thought

The Stages of Exercising the Thought of Enlightenment, Part I

The Stages of Exercising the Thought of Enlightenment, Part II

Taking it Ritually

The Method of Practicing the Career After Having Generated the Thought

Precepts for the Great Person (Part Two)

Exposition of the Steps of Practicing the Instruction

Perfection of Giving

Perfection of Morality

Perfection of Forbearance

Perfection of Striving

Perfection of Meditation

Perfection of Insight

Study of the Four Persuasions which Mature the Mental Series of Others

NOTES TO THE INTRODUCTION

NOTES TO THE TRANSLATION

BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR THE SANSKRIT PASSAGES

SANSKRIT PASSAGES FOR THE CITATIONS IN THEIR ORDER OF OCCURENCE

INDEX



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