Dhammapada by Anonymous

By Anonymous

El texto cumbre del canon budista y una obra de referencia milenaria en el ámbito de l. a. ética universal.

«Así como los angeles lluvia atraviesa una casa con techo deteriorado, así también las pasiones atravesarán una mente desprotegida.»

El Dhammapada, considerado como el texto cumbre del canon budista, consta de 423 versos en lengua pali, clasificados en veintiséis capítulos. Con una antigüedad de cerca de dos mil trescientos años, ocupa un lugar eminente en los angeles vida de los practicantes del budismo y también en el ámbito de los angeles ética common, puesto que recomienda los angeles vida pacífica y no violenta, y afirma que l. a. enemistad no puede ser vencida con l. a. aversión, sino con los angeles bondad.

La versión de Juan Mascaró, canónica desde hace décadas y vertida aquí del inglés al castellano por Carlos Manzano, se complementa con su valiosa introducción, que nos acerca al que es considerado el texto fundacional del budismo. El magnífico texto castellano se presenta en esta edición enfrentado al unique pali, para gusto de expertos y profanos.

Rabindranath Tagore dijo...
«Si en l. a. Bhagavad Gita se ha dotado al pensamiento indio de una nítida envoltura religiosa, en los textos del Dhammapada lo que trasluce es el retrato conceptual y estructural de los angeles India.»

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In some cases, for the practice of Zen beyond Asia, sensitively adapted texts make more sense than literal translations. We need to remind ourselves that texts that work in East Asia in their original form may not necessarily address the values of practitioners in the Western world, and vice versa. We should not stubbornly stick to translation; in some cases, we should be open to adaptation. As mentioned earlier, most East Asian Zen practitioners have kept the same ideographs of the ancient chants and pronounced them in the ways that suited their languages.

Some interpretative phrases may be added if necessary. ” As this example shows, translation is not just the translating of words, but it is also an effort to understand the context, identify the intended meaning in the original text, and reflect the translator’s understanding in the translation. The poetic and literary power of the translated text, as well as its flow of sounds, is also important. What is strong in the original text is not always strong in translation. ” We felt it would be stronger in English if we put joyful at the end.

Ideographic types are set from left to right. Japanese Macrons (to indicate long vowels) are used in the chants and in “The Texts Illuminated” but not in the preface, acknowledgments, or introduction. Sanskrit Simplified spellings are used. ” Translation, Adaptation, and Modification Credit The “Editor” in “The Texts Illuminated” refers to Kazuaki Tanahashi. Titles of Texts English titles of books and chapters, followed by their original titles, have been translated by the Editor. Many of these texts exist only in Chinese.

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