kauzeya at gmail.com
Tue May 21 10:49:06 UTC 2013
is ti possible that anyone has a pdf of Malamoud's paper in English (not
the whole volume, although if you have it...)? A review of the volume I was
able to read online suggests that for the purposes I need this chapter is
best (and the person who asked me the question doesn't read French, and
frankly, since it already exists in English, I don't feel like translating
it again myself!) thanks!!
On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 12:42 PM, Birgit Kellner <
kellner at asia-europe.uni-heidelberg.de> wrote:
> There's also a section on the theology of debts in Olivelle's Āśrama
> system, and, for Buddhism, there is a conceptually helpful discussion in
> Andy Rotman's "Thus Have I seen - Visualizing Faith in Early Indian
> Buddhism" (Oxford University Press 2009), in connection with prasāda
> (gift/reciprocity/debt - debt as obligation).
> With best regards,
> Birgit Kellner
> Am 21.05.2013 12:34, schrieb Franco:
> Dear Jonathan,
>> See Malamoud, Debts and Debtors. There is also a special issue of
>> purushaartha on this topic.
>> Best, Eli
>> Sent from my iPad
>> On 21.05.2013, at 12:32, "Walser, Joseph" <Joseph.Walser at tufts.edu>
>>> Your student should probably check out Gregory Schopen's article "Dead
>>> monks and bad debts: Some provisions of a Buddhist Monastic inheritance
>>> law" in _Buddhist Monks and Business Matters_. I don't think the buddhists
>>> who wrote the vinayas were in a position to declare a jubilee year. That
>>> would be the perogative of the king.
>>> Other than that, I seem to recall the issue of debts only coming up in
>>> the Yajnavalkya and Katyayana smrtis, though it might be in Manu as well. I
>>> don't have them with me at the moment, but could find references if need be.
>>> Hope this is of some help.
>>> Joseph Walser
>>> Associate Professor
>>> Department of Religion
>>> Tufts University
>>> From: INDOLOGY [indology-bounces at list.**indology.info<indology-bounces at list.indology.info>]
>>> on behalf of Jonathan Silk [kauzeya at gmail.com]
>>> Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2013 6:15 AM
>>> To: Indology
>>> Subject: [INDOLOGY] debt
>>> dear Colleagues,
>>> I've been asked whether (tout court) Buddhism or Hinduism have any clear
>>> attitudes toward debt. I understand the question not to refer to spiritual
>>> debt, but to monetary debt, and the origins of the questions to probably be
>>> whether we find things comparable to the idea of the Jubilee, or the
>>> Biblical necessity to release Hebrew slaves after 7 years of service (the
>>> origin of the Sabbatical, by the way!), and the like (at least as far as I
>>> know, there is no such provision in pre-modern India for manumission).
>>> Any advice would be most welcome, thanks!
>>> J. Silk
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