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Aspects of Early Buddhist Sociological Thought

Aspects of Early Buddhist Sociological Thought

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E-mail: bdea@buddhanet.net Web site: www.buddhanet.net 
Buddha Dharma Education Association Inc.
by Ven. Pategama Gnanarama Ph.D.
Aspects of Early BuddhistSociological ThoughtAspects of Early BuddhistSociological Thought
 Aspects of Early Buddhist Sociological Though
 Ven. Pategama Gnanarama Ph.D.
First published in Singapore, 1998Published by Ti-Sarana Buddhist AssociationISBN: 981–04–0555–3
 Ti-Sarana Buddhist Association
90 Duku RoadSingapore 429254© Pategama Gnanarama 1998 All right reserved.No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means,electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval systems or technologies now know or later developed, without permission in writing from the publisher.
 Aspects of Early Buddhist Sociological Thought 
“Particularly the chapters on the Buddhist attitude to aes-thetics and on symbology in which the venerable author’s
interpretations are worth being considered at the high-est scholarly level. There is no doubt that the few pages
devoted there tend to promote the studies so far pursuedon the subject.”Prof. V. Vitharana Ph.D. (Ceylon), Ph.D. (London)Lecturer in Cultural Anthropology Sri Jayawardhanapura University Sri Lanka 
“Early Buddhist redenition of woman’s social role is well
documented and discussed, shedding light on the subject,so it can be viewed in a broader perspective.”Senarat Wijavasundara Lecturer in Philosophy Buddhist and Pali College of Singapore“All the chapters are enlightening and sociologically impor-
tant. Particularly the discussion on Dhamma, medicineand sociology deserves special praise, for the novel and
refreshing interpretation offered.”Prof. Chandima Wijebandara Ph.D. (Lancaster)Professor of Buddhist StudiesSri Jayawardhanapura University Sri Lanka 
 Ti-Sarana Buddhist Association
90 Duku Road, Singapore 429254 Tel: 345 6741 Fax: (65) 344 4056 ISBN: 981–040555–3

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