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This bibliography section contains the list of reference books and articles that occur in the book Buddhism and Transgression. The book is an understanding of the discrepancy between the primary locus of discontent addressed by early Indian Buddhism, and the one addressed by contemporary Western Buddhism: the former suffered from the anxiety of an interminable series of rebirths; the latter, from the experience of being pressed into and shaped by the mold of power relations and thought patterns dominant in the West since the eighteenth century - as analyzed by Michel Foucault.

Keywords: early Indian Buddhism; transgression



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