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a narrative of experiences undergone by the writer

critical explanation or analysis

Synonyms for commentary

a written explanation or criticism or illustration that is added to a book or other textual material

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For a detailed discussion of this tradition of commentarial conflict, see Ruegg 47-86.
In order for retrieval to occur there must be (1) a continual rereading from text to Text, from text to commentarial tradition; (2) commitment to the truth/meaning following the reading, understanding, and writing about the text; (3) commitment in the reader of the text insofar as truth transforms the person.
Lehmann identifies four different commentarial genres (p.
Although this may seem like a very minor variation, the commentarial literature of the period describes at some length the nature of Kubera's order and the reasons for the yaksa's failure to comply with it.
Bad Nun: Thullananda in Pali Canonical and Commentarial Sources.
15) However, in line with the tendency in the Pali commentarial tradition, the Abhidharmakosabhasya reflects a gendered evaluation; it associates the transformation of a bhiksu into a female with an unwholesome deed, notably the unwholesome deed of calling the [male] Sangha [members] females.
3) Discourse of this kind, going back to the commentarial writings of He Yan (189?
The absence of any direct prohibition against suicide continues in the commentarial Vinaya literature.
Poetry in Chains: Commentary and Control in Sanskrit Commentarial Tradition.
Instead, Vinaya education and the regulation of monastic life are centered on Gunaprabha's highly condensed interpretive digest and the vast commentarial tradition based on his work.
25-26), of the mainly commentarial nature of Indian philosophical literature (p.
The openness in creating new scripture emphasized by Mahayana, and the utilization of an on-going commentarial tradition, as fostered by earlier Buddhism, conjointly provide the potential for a profoundly current Buddhist ethics that is also textually grounded.
The coherent structure of his text, which integrated philosophy and practice to form a system known as "Yoga" led to Yoga later becoming one of the six schools of Indian philosophy, with its own commentarial tradition.
It declares that one's own opinion is not as firm a ground as the indications given by the ancient teachers as recorded in the commentarial tradition, and these in turn are not as firm a ground as the canonical presentation, attanomatito acariyavado balavataro .
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