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The Thai International Journal of Buddhist Studies (TIJBS)

[issued from 2010 to 2012]




Contents of the Second Volume of the TIJBS 


Abhidhamma Studies I: Jotipāla and the Abhidhamma Anuṭīkā - L.S. Cousins


The conversion of the Brahmin Sela in the Ekottarika-āgama - Bhikkhu Anālayo


The Nidānasamyukta and the Mūlamadhyamakakārikā: understanding the Middle Way through comparison and exegesis - Mattia Salvini


The truth of the body: the liberating role of physical (and mental) boundaries in asubhabhāvanā - Giuliano Giustarini


A book review: 'Forest Recollections: Wandering Monks in Twentieth-Century Thailand' - Pathompong Bodhiprasiddhinand



Contents of the First Volume of the TIJBS


Thoughts about "European editions" of Pāli texts - Nalini Balbir


Why textual studies are necessary if we are to understand Buddhism - Richard Gombrich


An Impossible Task? The classical "edition" and Thai Pāli Literature - Peter Skilling


Toward an Edition of the Paññāsajātaka: Problems and Solutions - Toshiya Unebe


The earliest evidence for the 'no soul' doctrine? A note on the second anātman teaching of the Second Sermon - Alexander Wynne


Miraculous transformation and personal identity in the first anātman teaching of the Second Sermon - Alexander Wynne



Advisory  Board

Sansanee Chaiyaroj (Vice-President of Mahidol University), Bhusana Premanode (Imperial College, London University), Wariya Chinwanno (Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University), Wipada  Aungsumalin (Head of the Department of Humanities, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University)

Founding Editor: Pathompong Bodhiprasiddhinand

Editors (II and III issues): Giuliano Giustarini, Mattia Salvini

Editorial Board:

Prapod Assavavirulhakarn (Chulalongkorn University), Nalini Balbir (University of Paris), Robert Buswell (University of California at Los Angeles), Claudio Cicuzza (Webster University), Lance Cousins (Wolfson College, Oxford University), Kate Crosby (School of the Oriental and African Studies, University of London), Richard Gombrich (Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, Oxford University), Janet Gyatso (Harvard University), Lewis Lancaster (University of California at Berkeley), Peter Skilling (École française d'Extrême-Orient, Bangkok and Paris), Alexander von Rospatt (University of California at Berkeley), Vesna Acimovie Wallace (Oxford University), Alexander Wynne, Michael Zimmermann (Hamburg University). 


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