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<ul><li><p>Early Buddhist Reading: Books &amp; Articles</p><p>ALLON, MARK: The Oral Composition and Transmission of Early Buddhist Texts. In: Indian Insights: Buddhism, Brahmanism and Bhakti : Luzac Oriental, 1997, S. 3963</p><p>ANLAYO, BHIKKHU: Oral Dimensions of Pli Discourses: Pericopes, other Mnemonic Techniques and the Oral Performance Context (2008)</p><p>ANLAYO, BHIKKHU: The Vicissitudes of Memory and Early Buddhist Oral Transmission. In: Canadian Journal of Buddhist Studies (2009), Nr. vol 5, S. 519</p><p>ANLAYO, BHIKKHU: The Brahmajla and the Early Buddhist Oral Tradition. In: Annual Report of the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University Bd. 17 (2014a), S. 41 59</p><p>ANLAYO, BHIKKHU: The Hnayna Fallacy. In: Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies (2014b), Nr. 6, S. 931</p><p>ANLAYO, BHIKKKHU: A Note on the Term Theravda. In: Buddhist Studies Review (2013)ANLAYO, BHIKKKHU: Perspectives on the Body in Early Buddhist Meditation. In: CHUANG, K. P. </p><p>(Ed): Buddhist Meditative Traditions: Their Origin and Development. Taipei : Shin Wen Feng Print, 2014c, S. 2149</p><p>NANDAJYOTI, BHIKKHU: The Earliest Recorded Discourses of the Buddha. Translated from Lalitavistara, Mahkhandhaka &amp; Mahvstu. Malaysia : Sukhi Hotu, 2010</p><p>BAILEY, GREG ; MABBETT, IAN: The sociology of early Buddhism : Cambridge University Press, 2003BAREAU, ANDR: Les sectes bouddhiques du Petit Vhicule et leur Abhidharmapitaka. In: Bulletin </p><p>de lEcole franaise dExtrme-Orient Bd. 44 (1951), Nr. 1, S. 111BAREAU, ANDR: Les sectes bouddhiques du petit vhicule : cole franaise dExtrme-Orient, 1955aBAREAU, ANDR ; MIGME, C. (bers.): Les sectes bouddhiques du Petit Vhicule - The Buddhist Sects of</p><p>the Lesser Vehicle, 1955bBASHAM, A. L.: The Wonder That Was India : Hawthorn Books, 1963BECHERT, HEINZ: Die Sprache der ltesten buddhistischen berlieferung The Language of the Earliest </p><p>Buddhist Tradition. (Symposien zur Buddhismusforschung, II) : Vandenhoeck &amp; Ruprecht, 1980 ISBN 9783525823972</p><p>BODHESAKO, SAMANERA: Beginnings: The Pali Suttas. Kandy : Buddhist Publication Society, 1984BRONKHORST, J.: The two traditions of meditation in ancient India : Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1993BRONKHORST, JOHANNES: The Buddha and the Jainas reconsidered. In: Asiatische Studien / tudes </p><p>Asiatiques (1995), Nr. 49/2, S. 333350BRONKHORST, JOHANNES: The two sources of Indian asceticism : Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1998 </p><p> ISBN 9788120815513BRONKHORST, JOHANNES: Greater Magadha (HdO), Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 2 South </p><p>Asia : BRILL, 2007 ISBN 9004157190BRONKHORST, JOHANNES ; ALLEN, M. S. ; RAGHUNATHAN, R. (bers.): Language and Reality: On </p><p>an Episode in Indian Thought. Revised. Aufl. : Brill Academic Pub, 2011 ISBN 9004204350</p><p>Bodhi Institute Study and Practice of Early Buddhist Teaching Reading List: Books &amp; Articles 2014 www.bodhi-institute.org</p></li><li><p>CAILLAT, COLETTE: Gleanings from a Comparative Reading of Early Canonical Buddhist and JainaTexts. In: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies Bd. 26 (2003), Nr. 1, S. 2550</p><p>CHANDRA, PRATAP: Was Early Buddhism Influenced by the Upanisads? In: Philosophy East and West Bd. 21 (1971), Nr. 3, S. 317324. University of Hawaii Press</p><p>CHOONG, MUN-KEAT: The Fundamental Teachings of Early Buddhism. A comparative study based on the Strga portion of the Pli Sayutta-Nikya and the Chinese Sayuktgama. Wiesbaden : Harassowitz Verlag, 2000</p><p>COHEN, RICHARD S.: Discontented Categories: Hinayana and Mahayana in Indian Buddhist History. In: Journal of the American Academy of Religion Bd. 63, Nr. 63/1, S. 125</p><p>COLE, ALAN: Text as father paternal seductions in early Mahayana Buddhist literature. Berkeley, Los Angeles : University of California Press, 2005 ISBN 9780520931404 </p><p>COLLINS, STEVEN: Notes on some Oral Aspects of Pali Literature. In: Indo-Iranian Journal Bd. 35 (1992), Nr. 2-3, S. 121135</p><p>COLLINS, STEVEN: What Are Buddhists Doing When They Deny the Self? In: Religion and PracticalReason: New Essays in the Comparative Philosophy of Religions. New York : SUNY Press, 1994, S. 5986</p><p>CONNOLLY, PETER ; HAMILTON, SUE ; SPALDING SYMPOSIUM ON INDIAN RELIGIONS: Indian insights: Buddhism, Brahmanism and Bhakti: papers from the annual Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions. In: . London : Luzac Oriental, 1997 ISBN 1898942153 </p><p>COX, COLLETT: Mindfulness and Memory: The Scope of Smti from Early Buddhism to the Sarvstivdin Abhidharma. In: In the Mirror of memory. Reflections on Mindfulness and Remembrance in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. New York : SUNY Press, 1992, S. 67108</p><p>COX, COLLETT: Dependent Origination: Its Elaboration in Early Sarvastivadin Abhidharma Texts. In: Researches in Indian and Buddhist philosophy. Essays in honor of Alex Wayman. Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass, 1993, S. 119143</p><p>COX, COLLETT ; SAGHABHADRA: Disputed dharmas: early Buddhist theories on existence: an annotated translation of the section of factors dissociated from thought from Saghabhadras Nyynusra : International Institute for Buddhist Studies, 1995 ISBN 9784906267361</p><p>CRANGLE, EDWARD FITZPATRICK: The origin and development of early Indian contemplative practices. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 1994 ISBN 3447034793 9783447034791</p><p>DAVIDSON, RONALD M.: An Introduction to the Standards of Scriptural Authenticity in Indian Buddhism Davidson. In: BUSWELL, E. (Hrsg.): Chinese Buddhist Apocrypha, Studies in East Asian Buddhism : Kuroda Institute, 1990, S. 291325</p><p>DUBE, S. N.: Cross currents in early Buddhism : Manohar, 1980DUTT, NALINAKSHA: Early History of the Spread of Buddhism and the Buddhist Schools. New Delhi, </p><p>Allahabad : Rajesh Publications, 1925EDGERTON, FRANKLIN: Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit - Reader. New Haven : Yale University Press, 1953FRAUWALLNER: Die buddhistischen Konzile. In: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenlndischen </p><p>Gesellschaft Bd. 102 (1952), S. 240261</p><p>Bodhi Institute Study and Practice of Early Buddhist Teaching Reading List: Books &amp; Articles 2014 www.bodhi-institute.org</p></li><li><p>FRAUWALLNER, E.: Die Entstehung der buddhistischen Systeme, 1]: [Nachrichten der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Gttingen. Gttingen : Vandenhoeck &amp; Ruprecht, 1971</p><p>FRAUWALLNER, ERICH: The Earliest Vinaya and the Beginnings of Buddhist Literature. Roma : I.S.M.E.O, 1956</p><p>FRAUWALLNER, ERICH: Studies in Abhidharma Literature and the Origins of Buddhist Philosophical Systems, Suny Series in Indian Thought: Texts and Studies. New York : SUNY Press, 1995 ISBN 0791427005</p><p>FRAUWALLNER, ERICH ; POHLUS, A. ; SLAJE, W. (Hrsg.): Geschichte der indischen Philosophie - I. Bd. 1 v. 2. Aachen : Shaker, 2003. (Erstausgabe 1953) ISBN 3832210768</p><p>GETHIN, RUPERT: The Mtiks: Memorization, Mindfulness and the List. In: GYATSO, J. (Hrsg.): The Mirror of Memory: Reflections on Mindfulness and Remembrance in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. Albany : SUNY Press, 1992, S. 149172</p><p>GIUSTARINI, GIULIANO: Faith and Renunciation in Early Buddhism: Saddh and Nekkhamma. In: Rivista di Studi Sudasiatici Bd. 1 (2006), Nr. 1, S. 161179</p><p>GOMBRICH, RICHARD: The History of Early Buddhism: Major Advances Since 1950. In: Indologicalstudies and South Asia bibliography: A conference 1986. Calcutta, 1988, S. 1230</p><p>GOMBRICH, RICHARD F.: What the Buddha Thought. London : Equinox Publishing Limited, 2009 ISBN 1845536142, 9781845536145</p><p>GOMBRICH, RICHARD FRANCIS: How Buddhism began. 2. Aufl. London - New York : Routledge, 2006. (1. Ed. 1996) ISBN 0485174170, 9780485174175</p><p>GOVINDA, ANAGARIKA BRAHMACARI: The psychological attitude of early Buddhist philosophy and its systematic representation according to Abhidhamma tradition. New York : S. Weiser, 1971 ISBN 9780877280651</p><p>GYATSO, JANET: In the Mirror of memory. Reflections on Mindfulness and Remembrance in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism. New York : SUNY Press, 1992</p><p>HALBFASS, WILHELM: Tradition and Reflection: Explorations in Indian Thought : State University of New York Press, 1990 ISBN 0791403610</p><p>HAMILTON-BLYTH, SUE: Early Buddhism: A New Approach: The I of the Beholder : Routledge, 2000 ISBN 0700713573</p><p>HAMILTON, SUE: Identity and Experience: The Constitution of the Human Being According to Early Buddhism : Luzac Oriental, 1996 ISBN 1898942102</p><p>HARTMANN, JENS-UWE ; MATSUDA, KAZUNOBU ; SALOMON, RICHARD ; SANDER, LORE ; BRAARVIG, J. ; </p><p>LILAND, F. (Hrsg.): Traces of Gandhran Buddhism. An Exhibition of Ancient Buddhist Manuscripts in</p><p>the Schyen Collection. Oslo : Hermes Academic Publishing, 2010</p><p>HARVEY, PETER: Selfless Mind: Personality, Consciousness and Nirvana in Early Buddhism. Reissue. Routledge, 1995 ISBN 0700703381</p><p>VON HINBER, OSKAR: Der Beginn der Schrift und frhe Schriftlichkeit in Indien , Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse, Jahrg. 1989, Nr. 11. Mainz, Stuttgart : Franz Steiner Verlag, 1989 ISBN 3515056270</p><p>Bodhi Institute Study and Practice of Early Buddhist Teaching Reading List: Books &amp; Articles 2014 www.bodhi-institute.org</p></li><li><p>VON HINBER, OSKAR: Hoary past and hazy memory. On the history of early Buddhist texts (Presidential address at the XVth Conference of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, June 23-28, 2008). In: Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies Bd. 29 (2009), Nr. 2, S. 193210</p><p>HIRAKAWA, AKIRA ; GRONER, P. (bers.): History of Indian Buddhism: From Sakyamuni to Early Mahayana. Hawaii : University of Hawaii Press, 1990</p><p>HOFFMAN, FRANK J: Rationality and mind in early Buddhism. Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass, 1987 ISBN 812080211X 9788120802117</p><p>HOLDER, JOHN J: Early Buddhist discourses. Indianapolis, IN : Hackett Publishing, 2006 ISBN 0872207935 9780872207936 0872207927 9780872207929</p><p>HOLDER, JOHN J: A suffering (but not irreparable) nature: environmental ethics from the perspectiveof early Buddhism. In: Contemporary Buddhism: An Interdisciplinary Journal Bd. 8 (2007), Nr. 2, S. 113 130</p><p>JAYATILLEKE, K. N.: Early Buddhist Theory of Knowledge. 1. Aufl. : Motilal Banarsidass, 2010 ISBN 8120806190</p><p>JOHANSSON, RUNE EDVIN ANDERS: The Dynamic Psychology of Early Buddhism. London : Curzon Press, 1979 ISBN 0700701141, 9780700701148</p><p>JUREWICZ, J.: Playing with Fire: The prattyasamutpda from the perspective of Vedic thought. In: Buddhism: Buddhist origins and the early history of Buddhism in South and Southeast Asia Bd. 1 (2005), S. 169</p><p>KALUPAHANA: The early Buddhist notion of the Middle Path. In: Eastern Buddhist Society (1979), Nr. Vol 12</p><p>KARUNADASA, Y.: The Buddhist Critique of Sassatavda and Ucchedavda. The Key to a proper Understanding of the Origin and the Doctrines of early Buddhism. In: The Middle Way Bd. vol 74, 75 (1999)</p><p>KARUNADASA, Y.: The Early Buddhist Teaching On the Practice of the Moral Life.KUAN, TSE-FU: Four Satipatthanas in Early Buddhism (n/a)KUAN, TSE-FU: Mindfulness in Early Buddhism: New Approaches through Psychology and Textual </p><p>Analysis of Pali, Chinese and Sanskrit Sources. 1. Aufl. London : Routledge, 2008 ISBN 0415437377</p><p>LAMOTTE, ETIENNE: Histoire du bouddhisme indien: des origines lre aka . Louvain : Publications Universitaires, Institut Orientaliste, 1958</p><p>LAMOTTE, ETIENNE ; BOIN-WEBB, S. (bers.): History of Indian Buddhism. From the origins to the aka era : Peeters Pub, 1988 ISBN 906831100X</p><p>LONGWAY, JOHN: Early Buddhist PhilosophyMARTINI, GIULIANA: The Meditative Dynamics of the Early Buddhist Appamas. In: Canadian </p><p>Journal of Buddhist Studies (2012), Nr. 7MINH CHAU, THICH: The Chinese Madhyama gama and the Pali Majjhima Nikya: a comparative </p><p>study. 1. ind. Aufl. New Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass, 1991 ISBN 8120807944NAKAMURA, HAJIME: Indian Buddhism: a survey with bibliographical notes : Motilal Banarsidass Publ., </p><p>1987 ISBN 9788120802728</p><p>Bodhi Institute Study and Practice of Early Buddhist Teaching Reading List: Books &amp; Articles 2014 www.bodhi-institute.org</p></li><li><p>NORMAN, K. R.: The Pi Language and the Theravdin Tradition. In: A History of Indian LiteratureVol. VII, Facs. 2, Pli Literature, A History of Indian Literature. Bd. 2. Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 1983</p><p>NORMAN, K. R.: Aspects of Early Buddhism. In: Panels of The VIIth World Sanskrit Conference, General Editor: Johannes Bronkhorst, Vol. II, Early Buddhism and Madhyamaka. Leiden, 1990</p><p>NORMAN, K. R. ; GONDA, JAN: Pali Literature: Including the canonical literature in Prakrit and Sanskritof all the Hinayana schools of Buddhism: BD 7/2, A History of Indian Literature. Bd. 2., 1. Ed.Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 1983 ISBN 344702285X</p><p>NYANANANDA, BHIKKHU: Concept and Reality in Early Buddhist Thought. Kandy : Buddhist Publication Society, 1971</p><p>PREZ-RAMN, JOACQUIN: Self &amp; Non-Self in Early Buddhism : Mouton De Gruyter, 1980 ISBN 9027979871</p><p>POTTER, KARL: Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Buddhist Philosophy from 100 to 350 AD. - Vol 8, Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Bd. 8. Delhi : Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1999</p><p>POTTER, KARL: Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Buddhist Philosophy from 350 to 600 AD. - Vol 9, Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies. Bd. 9, 2003. </p><p>PYYSIINEN, ILKKA: Beyond languages and reason: mysticism in Indian Buddhism : Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia, 1993</p><p>RHYS DAVIDS, CAROLINE AUGUSTA FOLEY RHYS: The birth of Indian psychology and its development in Buddhism. London : Luzac &amp; Co., 1936. Erstausgabe ca. 1936 Luzac &amp; Co., London</p><p>RONKIN, NOA: Early Buddhist Metaphysics. The making of a philosophical tradition : RoutledgeCurzon, 2005 ISBN 0415322790</p><p>ROSPATT, ALEXANDER von: The Buddhist doctrine of momentariness: a survey of the origins and early phase of this doctrine up to Vasubandhu. Stuttgart : F. Steiner Verlag, 1995 </p><p>SCHMITHAUSEN, LAMBERT: On Some Aspects of Descriptions or Theories of Liberating Insight and Enlightenment in Early Buddhism. 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