By Nalinaksha Dutt
Reprint of a vintage, lines early background, occasions resulting in the emergence of Mahayana culture
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Kh us mm! aho he quite awa re that the d octrine so put forth was wrong, or at Icft s! cinuhtful , and a lso that the schism res ulting from his acl ion would he or probably be disastro us to the Dhamma. 'ervative school, t he T heravadins, who u sually looked upon all those who d iffered from them with suspicion and ascribec1 an evil motive to th~ holding o f dissentient view'S It i;: v~ry like:ly that the d issenters held a n honest opinion that their vi('ws were c1evnid of any evil motive of injuring the Dhamma .
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