Buddhism in the sixth Century BC to the fifth Century BC, by Gautama Siddhartha (as Shakya Muni) founded in ancient bream. Buddhism was named after the Buddha, Buddha referred to as originally designed, Fagafaga Muni. Buddhism is the Buddha referred to, the first to Shakya Muni. Buddhism is the Buddha to worship as the object, and the teachings of religious worship. This book a comprehensive interpretation of the Buddhist culture of the India system, Theravada Buddhism culture system, Mahayana Mahayana Buddhist culture system etc.. The human society to keep the economic development and social progress, social stability is the primary and basic conditions. For Chinese, stability is more important. Social stability is the result of multiple factors, which are also the important factors of religion. Religion is a kind of ideology, but also a social force, it can use the social goal of sacred, so as to stabilize the social order, can also make the social goal of the new and make holy, led to unrest and revolution, shake and disrupt the existing social. So more attention should be paid to the role of religious forces, to play a positive function of religion in a stable society, efforts to defuse the negative function which is not conducive to social stability.
Zhang Xiaohua, Northeast Normal University Institute of medieval world history professor, master's tutor. Director China Research Association of World Medieval history. Doctor of history. Professor Shi Conghuan, research has long been engaged in the world's three major religions and contemporary Chinese religion and society, he published "the three major religions in the world history" (1994), "Buddhism and Nestorianism spread China comparative study of history" (2001, Taiwan) and other works. The consultancy report several articles published more than 30 papers, professional.
The first chapter preface introduction India Buddhist culture system in ancient India the first day of the natural environment and cultural characteristics of the second festival of Buddhism in India has third sections of Buddhism in India development, decline and revival of the fourth section of spreading Buddhism and the internal cause of second chapters on the seat to teach culture system in the first Theravada Buddhist countries natural environment and cultural traditions of the second festival main school in Buddhism in South Asia, Southeast Asia don't spread and segmental features third sections of Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia establishment and localization of fourth section of Theravada Buddhism and modern Southeast Asian conflict adaptation third chapter Mahayana Mahayana to Han Buddhism culture system the first ancient China natural environment and cultural traditions of the second section of the India Buddhism Chinese machine third section of the India Buddhism in China localization and development section fourth modern Chinese Buddhist section fifth of Japanese Buddhism development and characteristics of the fourth chapter Mahayana Mahayana Tibetan Buddhism culture system first Buddhism to Tibet nature, religion and society in section second and the early spread of Buddhism and the Tibetan Buddhism formed third the closing section A living Buddha taught the world system with fourth section of Tibetan Buddhism and the modern fifth chapter and Buddhist culture system of Buddhism in Europe at the beginning of the first shift section second East West cultural convergence of Gandhara Arts Festival third modern Buddhism spread in Europe and the United States and its section fourth modern European and American Buddhism culture development characteristics and tendency of Buddhism in the sixth chapter heterogeneous intercultural communication cultural choice and social stability from Buddhism, Nestorianism spread from the first day China success and failure to see external religion nativization several theoretical problems in section second religious policy and to the contemporary Chinese social stability warning of the main reference postscript
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