A Buddhist Spectrum (by Marco Pallis) Paperback
A Buddhist Spectrum (by Marco Pallis) Paperback
A Buddhist Spectrum (by Marco Pallis) Paperback

A Buddhist Spectrum (by Marco Pallis) Paperback

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  • Publisher : Indica Book
  • Edition : 2006
  • Pages : 219
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  • Cover : Paperback
  • Auther : Marco Pallis
  • Language : English
  • ISBN-13: 978-8186569597
    ASIN: 81865695969
  • SKU: BK14174

"“Marco Pallis was at once an incomparable authority on Buddhism, especially in its Tibetan form, a defender and protector of the Tibetan tradition in the West since the tragedies of 1951, a lover of nature and a mountain climber who first encountered Tibetan Buddhism while climbing Himalayan peaks in the 1920s, a profound student of other religions, especially Christianity, and a very accomplished musician. All of these concerns of Pallis are reflected in A Buddhist Spectrum, whose themes are woven together by the principles of tradition and, more particularly, by Buddhism. It is a Buddhist work on both religion as such and religions in their multiplicity, presented in a contemporary but traditional language. A major characteristic of the book is that it is concerned with the reality of Buddhism and not just a theoretical analysis of its ideas. A Buddhist Spectrum is a wise book while being thoroughly reliable from a scholarly point of view.
A Buddhist Spectrum is at once one of the most readable works on Buddhism and a major work on comparative religion and living spirituality. It is the fruit of the thoughts and meditations of a man whose authoritative exposition during several decades of religious questions in general and Buddhism in particular, especially in its Tibetan form, have had a profound influence upon many scholars and practitioners of religion in both East and West.”
—Seyyed Hossein Nasr, George Washington University
“For insight, and the beauty insight requires if it is to be effective, I find no writer on Buddhism surpassing him.”
– Huston Smith, Univesity of California Berkaley"