Pudgalavada Buddhism

Author: Leonard C. D. C. Priestly
Subtitle: The Reality of the Indeterminate Self
No of Pages: 262
Edition: 1st
Year of Publication: 1999
File Size: 63 MB
Permission: Sourced from A Handful of Leaves Library (www.ahandfulofleaves.org/library).
Blurb: The Pudgalavāda was a group of five of the early schools of Buddhism. Pudgala means the self or person. Vāda means doctrine. The Pudgalavāda doctrine holds that the person, in a certain sense, is real. In this book an attempt is made to reconstruct the Pudgalavada Buddhist theory of persons.
Notes: Index. Bibliography.