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The Buddhist Monastic Code Vol I + II Rev. 2014

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The Buddhist Monastic Code Vol I + II Rev. 2014 (Ven. Bhikkhu Thanissaro)


Volumes I & II. (revised Jan. 10, 2014) Both volumes are newly revised and will be published as a third edition this year. These new eBooks combine both volumes into one and take advantage of the cross-referencing, search, and nested Table of Contents abilities these eBook formats offer. Their length and complexity bring up a few issues: 1) there are, very likely, a few broken links; reader feedback to the the website administrator regarding these would be helpful; 2) it is, also therefore likely, that this eBook will be updated periodically to fix issues, so check back for updated versions; and 3) the pdf is one large, continuous file, so depending on the memory available on your reading device it may perform sluggishly; the .epub (and probably the .mobi) format will perform much better.

This two-volume set attempts to give an organized, detailed account of the Vinaya training rules and the traditions that have grown up around them. The Patimokkha training rules as explained in the Sutta Vibhanga are the topic of the first volume; the rules found in the Khandhakas, the topic of the second. The book as a whole is aimed primarily at those whose lives are affected by the rules"”bhikkhus who live by them, and other people who have dealings with the bhikkhus "” so that they will be able to find gathered in one location as much essential information as possible on just what the rules do and do not entail. Students of Early Buddhism, Theravadin history, or contemporary Theravadin issues should also find this book interesting, as should anyone who is serious about the practice of the Dhamma and wants to see how the Buddha worked out the ramifications of Dhamma practice in daily life.

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