Catalog Record: The Yamaka, being the sixth book of the Abhidhamma-piṭake | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Yamaka, being the sixth book of the Abhidhamma-piṭake; ed. by Caroline Rhys Davids, M.A., assisted by Mary C. Foley, B. SC., and Mabel Hunt.

Related Names: Ñāṇa Ledi Cha rā toʻ 1846 or 7-1923 or 4., Smith, May. , Dibben, Cecilia. , Hunt, Mabel. , Foley, Mary Cecilia. , Davids, Caroline A. F. Rhys 1857-1942, ed.
Language(s): English ; Pahlavi
Published: London, Pub. for the Pali text Society by H. Frowde, 1911-1913.
Note: "Appendix: A dissertation on the Yamaka, containing replies to inquiries as to the traditional view held in Burmese culture on the scope and method of the work, and including discussions on some psychological and philosophical principles. [In Pali] By the Reverend Dr. Ledi thera ... ": vol. II, p. 219-286.
Vol. II ed. by Caroline Rhys Davids, assisted by Cecilia Dibben, Mary C. Foley, Mabel Hunt and May Smith; pub. for the Pali text society by H. Milford.
Text in Roman characters.
Physical Description: 2 v. 23 cm.
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