Monthly Archives: November 2014

On methods, methodology, and academic prolixity

For various reasons I have spent the day revisiting the writings of Richard Gombrich, a great contributor to Buddhist studies. Although his scholarship divides opinion, most would agree that Gombrich’s style of writing is a pleasure to read, being direct, … Continue reading

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Jataka summaries and making connections

I have just created a page on this blog on which to store my summary Jatakas so that they don’t simply disappear into the Twitter-ether. Putting the list together as one, even though I have only got to number 28, … Continue reading

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