A General Index To The Names And Subject Matter Of The Sacred Books Of The East

by M Winternitz

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The edition of the fifty massive volumes of the Sacred Books of the East (–) was one of the most ambitious and daring editorial projects of late Victorian scholarship. The German-born philologist, orientalist, and religious scholar Friedrich Max Müller (–) persuaded Oxford University Press to embark on this venture. With regard to the Upanishad, we must distinguish between the Aitareya-upanishad, properly so-called, which fills the fourth, fifth, and sixth adhyâyas of the second Âranyaka, and the Mahaitareya-upanishad, also called by a more general name Bahvrika-upanishad, which comprises the whole of the second and third Âranyakas.. The Persian translator seems to have confined himself to the second. Book 2. Odes 2, 4 Book 3. Odes 4, 15 Book 4. Odes 1, 3, 6 Book 5. Odes 4 Book 6. Odes 1, 9 Book Odes 8, 11 Book Odes 6 Book Odes 1 THE HSIÂO. Introduction. CHAP. I. The Name of the Classic; its Existence before the Han Dynasty; its Contents, and by whom it was written: Meaning of the character. Free ebooks from the Sacred Books of the East series. This is a new category and so not much to see here right now. The Sacred Books of the East is a volume set of English translations of Asian religious texts, edited by Max Müller and published between and They already exist on this site in facsimile PDF format, but I am planning on converting them all into Global Grey editions.

The system of transcribing Oriental words with Roman types, adopted by the translators of the Sacred Books of the East, is, on the whole, the same which I first laid down in my Proposals for a Missionary Alphabet, , and which afterwards I shortly described in my Lectures on the Science of Language, Second Series, p. (ninth edition). entail any further consequences.' So far he agrees with Uvata's allows, however, another explanation also, so that the second line would convey the meaning: 'If a man lives thus (performing good works), then there is no other way by which an evil deed should not be engrained; i.e. in order to escape the power of sin, he must all his life perform sacred acts.'. THE SACRED BOOKS AND EARLY LITERATURE OF THE EAST WITH HISTORICAL SURVEYS OF THE CHIEF WRITINGS OF EACH NATION Translations, Bibliographies, etc., by the following Leading Orientalists: IN AMERICA: MORRIS JASTROW,LL.D., Professor of Semitic Languages, University of Penn- sylvania; JAMES H. BREASTED, LL.D., Professor of Egyptology, University of.

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Preface The period covered by the inception, the publication, and the completion of the Sacred Books of tile East exactly coincides with the thirty-four years that I have spent in Oxford. When I matriculated, Professor Max Muller, the editor of the series, was about to begin work on the first volume, which appeared while I was still an undergraduate.

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It was in the spring of that the late Professor Max Müller first suggested to me that I should compile a General Index of the names and subject-matter for the complete series of the Sacred Books of the East. Such an Index, he thought, would be a great help to all students of the Sacred Books of the East, and of the greatest value for the.

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6 Religions combsets. Index" See other formats. The original Sacred Books of the East had 49 volumes. This page master index, arranged as a sort of thesaurus, was published after Max Müller's death as volume It was prepared by Moriz Winternitz, and includes a preface by A.A.

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ISLAM Vol. 6 9: The Qur`an (2 Parts) 5. JAINISM Vol. 22 The Jaina Sutras (2 Parts) 6. Index. Moriz Winternitz, A General Index to the Names and Subject-Matter of the Sacred Books of the East, with a Preface by Arthur Anthony MacDonnell, SBE L, Oxford, References.

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All of the books are in the public domain in the United States, and. The Sacred Books of the East is a monumental volume set of English translations of Asian religious writings, edited by Müller and published by the Oxford University Press between and It incorporates the essential sacred texts of Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, Zoroastrianism, Jainism, and Islam.

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The relative authority of religious texts develops over time and is derived from the ratification. General Index to the Sacred Books of the East: Page Index Contents page v Preface page vi page vii page viii page ix Introductory Note, by the Author page x page xi page xii page xiii page xiv List of Religions Represented in the Sacred Books of the East page xv Abbreviations page xvi Index page 1 unnumbered page Addenda And Corrigenda page Volume L: General index to the names and subject matter of ‘The Sacred Books of the East’ The Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East: Volume I: Babylonia & Assyria.

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