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Unformatted text preview: ) (SCT 423) B. As noted elsewhere (SCT 426-29) Refusing to bow to rulers: disloyal (SCT 426-29—the monk Huiyuan and the controversy of 402 C.E.) Huiyuan’s argument III. Some pro-Buddhist responses A. Re: filiality Story of the nun 5 th c. nun An Lingshou Scriptural insistence on filiality (SCT 429-32) B. Re: foreign origin, lack of native precedent Legend of Asoka’s having erected 84,000 stupas on a single day; Buddhist archeology! Interpretations of canonical passages C. Re: lack of methods for immortality Impermanence and nirvana 2 IV. Comments on the Scripture in 42 Sections (RCP 360-71) Impermanence 367-68 #16 Aggregates 368 #18 (no-self), 369 #27 Practicing the Way doesn’t immediately eliminate suffering! (370 #35) Household life as obstacle to religious practice (368 #21) 3...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course REL 135g taught by Professor Robertfordcampany during the Spring '08 term at USC.
- Spring '08