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A Philological Approach to Buddhism
By K. R. Norman184 pages
in many cases, I did not know how the inscriptions could possibly mean what I had said they meant, and as a result of not knowing how they could mean what I had said, I had great doubts about what they did actually mean. And so my study of the Aśokan inscriptions led to a situation where every year I understood less and less.
A classic series of ten lectures exploring the languages of ancient India and how they help us unravel the mysteries of early Buddhist history.