Table of contents for Basic teachings of the Buddha : a new translation and compilation, with a guide to reading the texts / by Glenn Wallis.

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THE BUDDHIST TAPESTRY
FOUNDATIONAL TEACHINGS OF THE BUDDHA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
THE IDIOM OF THE BUDDHA'S TEACHINGS
Some conclusions
Why the P?li canon?
What is a sutta?
THE MEANING OF THE BUDDHA'S TEACHINGS
HOW TO READ A BUDDHIST TEXT
In the beginning: a Buddha, maybe
In the midst: a model reader
In the end: nothing is got for nothing
ON PHYSIOLOGY AND EIDOLONS
The Buddha
The Buddha's teachings
The end of the teachings
DRAWING NEAR TO THE TEXTS
Why these texts?
Reading suggestions
Sixteen propositions
Two trajectories: towards pain, towards peace
SUTTAS
Sutta 1: The Hawk (Saku(agghi Sutta)
Sutta 2: Brief Talk to M(lukya (Cu(am(lukya Sutta)
Sutta 3: Three-fold Knowledge (Tevijja Sutta)
Sutta 4: Discourse in Kesamutta (Kesamutti Sutta)
Sutta 5: The All (Sabba Sutta)
Sutta 6: Like a Ball of Foam (Phe(api(((pama Sutta) 
Sutta 7: Evidence of Selflessness (Anattalakkha?a Sutta)
Sutta 8: The Burden (Bhar( Sutta)
Sutta 9: Turning the Wheel of the Teaching (Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta)
Sutta 10: Gotama's Discourse (Gotama Sutta)
Sutta 11: Destination (Par?yana Sutta)
Sutta 12: Quenched (Nibbuta Sutta)
Sutta 13: Signs of the Fabricated (Sa(khatalakkha?a Sutta)
Sutta 14: Signs of the Unfabricated (Asa?khatalakkha?a Sutta)
Sutta 15: Present-moment Awareness of Breathing (?n?p?nasati Sutta) 
Sutta 16: The Application of Present-moment Awareness (Mah?satipa(?h?na Sutta)
GUIDE TO READING THE SUTTAS
Pronunciation of Sanskrit and P?li Words
Sutta 1: Wandering Beyond our Proper Domain (The Hawk: Saku?agghi Sutta)
Sutta 2: Transfixed by Flamboyant Speculation (Cu(amlukya Sutta: Brief Talk to M?lukya)
Sutta 3: Enchanted by "God" (Tevijja Sutta: Three-fold Knowledge)
Sutta 4: Knowing for Yourself (Kesamutti Sutta: Discourse in Kesamutta)
Sutta 5: The Location of Lived Experience (Sabba Sutta: The All)
Sutta 6: Look: It is a Magical Display (Phe?api??(pama Sutta: Like a Ball of Foam) 
Sutta 7: No Sign of I,Me, and Mine (Evidence of Selflessness: Anattalakkha?a Sutta)
Sutta 8: Just Put it Down (Bhar? Sutta: The Burden)
Sutta 9: Reality (Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta: Turning the Wheel of the Teaching)
Sutta 10: The World (Gotama Sutta: Gotama's Discourse)
Sutta 11: The Genuine Refuge (Par?yana Sutta: Destination)
Sutta 12: Conspicuous Unbinding (Nibbuta Sutta: Quenched)
Sutta 13: What It's Not (Sa?khatalakkha?a Sutta: Signs of the Fabricated)
Sutta 14 Just This (Asa?khatalakkha?a Sutta: Signs of the Unfabricated)
Sutta 15: How to Meditate (?n?p?nasati Sutta: Present-moment Awareness of Breathing) 
Sutta 16: How to Live As a Buddha (Mah?satipa??h?na Sutta: The Application of Present-moment Awareness)
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Gautama Buddha -- Teachings.
Buddhism -- Doctrines.