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The individual who has developed his wisdom by the development of the fourfold wisdom of the paths is worthy of the worship, the veneration, the votive offerings, and the reverence of all the world of gods and men.
The Attainment of Nirvana
Harvard Classics, Vol. 45, Part 3
 
Buddhist Writings
 
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record
NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Introductory Note
 
I. The Buddha
The Story of Sumedha
The Birth of the Buddha
The Attainment of Buddhaship
First Events After the Attainment
The Buddha’s Daily Habits
The Death of the Buddha
 
II. The Doctrine
Questions Which Tend Not to Edification
There Is No Ego
The Middle Doctrine
Karma
Fruitful and Barren Karma
Good and Bad Karma
Rebirth Is Not Transmigration
Death’s Messengers
The Devoted Wife
The Hare-mark in the Moon
The Way of Purity
Concentration
The Conversion of Animals
Love for Animals
Sariputta and the Two Demons
The Summum Bonum
The Trance of Cessation
The Attainment of Nirvana
 
III. The Order
The Admission and Ordination Ceremonies
The Mendicant Ideal
And Hate Not His Father and Mother
The Story of Visakha


 
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