Mindfulness in Early Buddhism

Author: Tse-Fu Kuan
Subtitle: New Approaches Through Psychology and Textural Analysis
No of Pages: 251
Edition: 1st
Year of Publication: 2008
File Size: 2 MB
Permission: Sourced from A Handful of Leaves Library (www.ahandfulofleaves.org/library).
Blurb: This book identifies what is meant by sati (smrti), usually translated as ‘mindfulness’, in early Buddhism, by detailed analysis of Theravada's Pali Canon and the four Chinese Agamas. It elucidates how mindfulness functions in the path to liberation from a psychological perspective.
Notes: Map of ancient India. Chronology. Annotated.