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" I do not call a man a Brahmana because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed arrogant, and he is wealthy: but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmana. "
Religions of Mission Fields as Viewed by Protestant Missionaries - ˹ 120
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Buddhaghosha's parables, tr. by T. Rogers. With an intr., containing Buddha ...

Buddhaghosa (theologian.) - 1870
...not call a man a Brahmawa because of his origin or of his mother. He may be called " Sir," and may be wealthy : but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmana. 397. He who has cut all fetters, and who never trembles, he who is independent and unshackled, him...

Buddhaghosha's Parables

Buddhaghosa - 1870 - 206 ˹
...not call a man a Brahmawa because of his origin or of his mother. He may be called " Sir," and may be wealthy : but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmawa. 397. He who has cut all fetters, and who never trembles, he who is independent and unshackled,...

Lectures on the Science of Religion: With a Paper on Buddhist Nihilism, and ...

Friedrich Max Müller - 1872 - 300 ˹
...covered with veins, who lives alone in the forest, and 'Hieditates, him I call indeed a Brahmana. 396. I do not call a man a Brahmana because of his origin or of his mother. He' may be called " Sir," and may be wealthy: but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call...

Lectures on the Science of Religion

Friedrich Max Müller - 1874 - 300 ˹
...not call a man a Brahmana because of his origin or of his mother. He may be called " Sir," and may be wealthy: but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Br&hmawa. 397. He who has cut all fetters, and who never trembles, (394.) I have not copied the language...

The Dhammapada

Friedrich Max Müller - 1881 - 224 ˹
...alone in the forest, and meditates, him I call indeed a Brahmawa. 396. I do not call a man a Brahmawa because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed...is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmawa. 397. Him I call indeed a Brahmawa who has cut all fetters, who never trembles, is independent...

The Dhammapada: A Collection of Verses : Being One of the ..., ǹ 1-2

Friedrich Max Müller - 1881 - 99 ˹
...alone in the forest, and meditates, him I call indeed a Brahmawa. 396. I do not call a man a Brahmawa because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed...is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmawa. 397. Him I call indeed a Brahmawa who has cut all fetters, who never trembles, is independent...

The Academy, 20

1881
...not call a man a Bruhmana because of his 1 r.fji or of his mother. He is indeed arrogant, U he ie wealthy ; but the poor, who is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a aihmana," agree with Prof. Faueböll. Anädäno does not seem to me to have any reference to the idea...

National Religions and Universal Religions

A. Kuenen - 1882 - 365 ˹
...any right to bear this name of honour. The Dhammapada declares : " I do not call a man a Brahma«a because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed...is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmawa."3 We may say generally that 1 vv. 383 423 (Max Muller, pp. 8991;;, especially vv....

The Hibbert Lectures

1882
...Lehre, seine Gemeinde (Berlin, 1881), S. 174, n. 2. BRAHMANS ON BRAHMANISM. 245 call a man a Brahma»a because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed...is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmawa."1 We may say generally that nothing is commoner than sharp castigation of the devotion to...

National Religions and Universal Religions: Lectures

A. Kuenen - 1882 - 339 ˹
...Lehre, seine Gemeinde (Berlin, 1881), S. 174, n. 2. BKAHMANS ON BRAHMANISM. 245 call a man a Brahmawa because of his origin or of his mother. He is indeed...is free from all attachments, him I call indeed a Brahmana."1 We may say generally that nothing is commoner than sharp castigation of the devotion to...




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