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" ... offering. There is neither fruit nor result of good or evil deeds. There is no such thing as this world or the next. There is neither father nor mother, nor beings springing into life without them. There are in the world no recluses or... "
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by Oriental Translation Fund - 1923
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 506 pages
...without them ; . . . recluses and brahmins who have reached the highest, who have attained the height, who having understood and realized by themselves alone...same ' — all this sort of science, understanding, etc.1 . . . this is what is called progress in theory. Moreover, all right views are progress in theory....
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A Buddhist Manual of Psychological Ethics of the Fourth Century B.C.

1900 - 514 pages
...the world no recluses or brahmins who have reached the highest point, who have attained the height, who, having understood and realized by themselves alone both this world and the next, make known the same'—all this sort of speculation . . . this is what is called theoretic fallacy....
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Popular Aspects of Oriental Religions

Louis Oliver Hartman - 1917 - 306 pages
...the world no recluses or brahmans who have reached the highest point, who have attained the height, who, having understood and realized by themselves alone both this world and the next, make known the same — all this sort of speculation, this walking in opinion, scuffling of opinion,...
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The Doctrine of the Buddha: The Religion of Reason

George Grimm - 1926 - 568 pages
...are in the world no recluses or Brahmins who have reached the highest point, who walk perfectly, and who having understood and realized, by themselves alone, both this world and the next, make their wisdom known to others. A human being is built up of the four elements. When he dies,...
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A Comparative History of Ideas

Hajime Nakamura - 1992 - 572 pages
...are in the world no recluses or Brahmans who have reached the highest point, who walk perfectly, and who having understood and realized, by themselves alone, both this world and the next, make their wisdom known to others." 8 Such persons were thought to be nothing but composites...
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Collected Papers on Buddhist Studies, Volume 41

Padmanabh S. Jaini - 2001 - 588 pages
...are in the world no recluses or brähmans who have reached the highest point, who walk perfectly, and who having understood and realized, by themselves alone, both this world and the next, make their wisdom known to others. A human being is built up of the four elements. When he dies...
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