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Skill in Questions - How the Buddha Taught

Skill in Questions - How the Buddha Taught

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by Thanissaro Bhikkhu
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Skill in Questions
HOW THE BUDDHA TAUGHT
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h›nissaro Bhikkhu(Geoffrey DeGraff)
“That’s the purpose of discussion, that’s the purpose of counsel, that’sthe purpose of drawing near, that’s the purpose of lending ear: i.e., theliberation of the mind through no clinging.” — AN 3:68“Just as if a man with good eyesight standing on the shore of a body of water were to see a large fish rise. The thought would occur to him, ‘Fromthe rise of this fish, from the break of its ripples, from its speed, it is a large fish, not a small one.’ In the same way, one individual, in discussion withanother, knows this: ‘From the way this person rises to an issue, from theway he applies [his reasoning], from the way he addresses a question, he isdiscerning, not dull.’” — AN 4:192
 
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Contents
FOREWORDINTRODUCTIONCHAPTER ONE: THE KAMMA OF TEACHINGREADINGS
Skill in QuestionsSkill in AnswersThe Buddha’s Rhetoric
CHAPTER TWO: THE BODHISATTA’S QUESTREADINGSCHAPTER THREE: CATEGORICAL ANSWERSREADINGS
Categorical Teachings Appropriate AttentionSkillful & Unskillful ActionsThe Four Noble TruthsDependent Co-arisingRecommended QuestionsViews & AwakeningPapañca
CHAPTER FOUR: ANALYTICAL ANSWERSREADINGS
On Judging People Judging Ways of Life Judging PracticesKamma & FeelingOn the Buddha as Teacher
CHAPTER FIVE: CROSS-QUESTIONING – IREADINGS
Establishing OrthodoxyCross-questioning in the Process of LearningThe Buddha Questions Other SectariansClarifying the QuestionExtracting Definitions Hypotheticals: On the Buddha as Teacher Hypotheticals: Kings, Princes, & Generals Hypotheticals: Brahmans Hypotheticals: Kamma Hypotheticals: Understanding Pleasure & PainPeople Worth Talking to (& Not)Debates
CHAPTER SIX: CROSS-QUESTIONING - IIREADINGSCHAPTER SEVEN: QUESTIONS PUT ASIDE - IREADINGS
 
3LivelihoodOther Teachers
CHAPTER EIGHT: QUESTIONS PUT ASIDE - IIREADINGS
 AgnosticismInconceivables: Kamma & the WorldThe Buddha’s SilenceQuestions of Inappropriate AttentionDependent Co-arising: Extremes AvoidedDependent Co-arising: Invalid QuestionsThe Ten Undeclared IssuesViewpoints from DN 1The TetralemmaThe Tetralemma Declared MeaninglessDifferent Responses to Similar Questions
CHAPTER NINE: A PATH OF QUESTIONSAPPENDIX ONE: BUDDHAGHOSA ON THE FOUR CATEGORIES OFQUESTIONSAPPENDIX TWO: MNEMONIC QUESTIONSAPPENDIX THREE: ETERNALISM & ANNIHILATIONISMAPPENDIX FOUR: ON THE MEANING OF
TATHfiGATA
IN THETETRALEMMAGLOSSARY

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