Проблема классификации западных буддийских общин

Дулма Владимировна Аюшеева

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Аюшеева Д. В. Проблема классификации западных буддийских общин // Власть, 2018. Том. 26. № 7. C. 183-189. DOI: https://doi.org/10.31171/vlast.v26i7.5975.

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Статья посвящена базовой классификации буддийских общин на Западе, которая разделяет их на две ключевые категории: «этнические» и «новообращенные». Это размежевание постепенно сделалось столь очевидным, что некоторые исследователи начали рассуждать о наличии «двух буддизмов» – «традиционного», свойственного этническим общинам, и «динамичного», характерного для неофитов. В статье автор представляет аналитическую и критическую оценку понятия «два буддизма».

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буддийские общины; западные и этнические буддисты; классификация буддийских общин; понятие «два буддизма»

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31171/vlast.v26i7.5975