Sacred Books of the East
Sacred Books of the East
VARIOUS ORIENTAL SCHOLARS
AND EDITED BY
F. MAX MULLER
⁂ This Series is published with the sanction and co-operation of the Secretary of State for India in Council.
REPORT presented to the ACADÉMIE DES INSCRIPTIONS, May 11, 1883, by M. ERNEST RENAN.
'M. Renan présente trois nouveaux volumes de la grande collection des "Livres sacrés de l'Orient" (Sacred Books of the East), que dirige à Oxford, avec une si vaste érudition et une critique si sûre, le savant associé de l'Académie des Inscriptions, M. Max Müller. . . . La première série de ce beau recueil, composée de 24 volumes, est presque achevée. M. Max Müller se propose d'en publier une seconde, dont l'intérêt historique et religieux ne sera pas moindre. M. Max Müller a su se procurer la collaboration des savans les plus éminens d'Europe et d'Asie. L'Université d'Oxford, que cette grande publication honore an plus haut degré, doit tenir à continuer dans les plus larges proportions une œuvre aussi philosophiquement conçue que savamment exécutée.'
EXTRACT from the QUARTERLY REVIEW.
'We rejoice to notice that a second series of these translations has been announced and has actually begun to appear. The stones, at least, out of which a stately edifice may hereafter arise, are here being brought together. Prof. Max Müller has deserved well of scientific history. Not a few minds owe to his enticing words their first attraction to this branch of study. But no work of his, not even the great edition of the Rig-Veda, can compare in importance or in usefulness with this English translation of the Sacred Books of the East, which has been devised by his foresight, successfully brought so far by his persuasive and organising power, and will, we trust, by the assistance of the distinguished scholars he has gathered round him, be carried in due time to a happy completion.'
Professor E. HARDY, Inaugural Lecture in the University of Freiburg, 1887.
'Die allgemeine vergleichende Religionswissenschaft datirt von jenem grossartigen, in seiner Art einzig dastehenden Unternehmen, zu welchem auf Anregung Max Müllers im Jahre 1874 auf dem internationalen Orientalistencongress in London der Grundstein gelegt worden war, die Übersetzung der heiligen Bücher des Ostens' (the Sacred Books of the East).
The Hon. ALBERT S. G. CANNING, 'Words on Existing Religions.'
'The recent publication of the "Sacred Works of the East" in English is surely a great event in the annals of theological literature.'
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
LONDON: HENRY FROWDE
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS WAREHOUSE, AMEN CORNER, E.C.
Translated by F. Max Müller. Part I. The Khândogya-upanishad, The Talavakâra-upanishad, The Aitareya-âranyaka, The Kaushîtaki-brâhmana-upanishad, and The Vâganeyi-samhitâ-upanishad. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
[See also Vol. XV.]
As taught in the Schools of Âpastamba, Gautama, Vâsishtha, and Baudhâyana. Translated by Georg Bühler. Part I. Âpastamba and Gautama. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
[See also Vol. XIV.]
The Texts of Confucianism. Translated by James Legge. Part I. The Shû King, The Religious Portions of the Shih King, and The Hsiâo King. 8vo, cloth, 12s. 6d.
[See also Vols. XVI, XXVII, XXVIII, XXXIX, and XL.]
Translated by James Darmesteter. Part I. The Vendîdâd. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
[See also Vols. XXIII and XXXI.]
Translated by E. W. West. Part I. The Bundahis, Bahman Yast, and Shâyast lâ-shâyast. 8vo, cloth, 12s. 6d.
Parts I and II. Translated by E. H. Palmer. 8vo, cloth, 21s.
Translated by Julius Jolly. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
A collection of legal aphorisms, closely connected with one of the oldest Vedic schools, the KaMas, but considerably added to in later time. Of importance for a critical study of the Laws of Manu.
Translated by KAshinath Trimbak Telang. 8vo, cloth, 1 ox. 6d.
The earliest philosophical and religious poem of India. It has been paraphrased in Arnold's 'Song Celestial. 9
Translated from Pdli by F. Max Muller; and
Translated from Pdli by V. Fausb5ll; being Canonical Books of the Buddhists. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
The Dhammapada contains the quintessence of Buddhist morality. The Sutta-Nipdta gives the authentic teaching of Buddha on some of the fundamental principles of religion.
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