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Genres and Jurisdictions: Laws Governing Monastic Inheritance in Seventeenth-Century Burma

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Genres and Jurisdictions: Laws Governing Monastic Inheritance in Seventeenth-Century Burma
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Lammerts
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D. Christian
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Religion, Rutgers University
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Religion
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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2014
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English
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14 p.
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Buddhism and law
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Vinaya
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Buddhism--Discipline
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Dhammasattha
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Burma
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Southeast Asia
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This article examines laws governing the inheritance of monastic property and discourse about such law, expressed in the two principle vernacular and Pāli genres of written law in circulation in seventeenth-century Burma: Vinaya and dhammasattha.Calling into question any strict divide between lay and monastic legal spheres, it shows that monastic inheritance did not fall under the exclusive jurisdiction of Vinaya, and also that Vinaya laws regulating monastic partition were appropriated by dhammasattha for application to the lay community.
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This is a Corrected Version of Record of: Lammerts, C. (2014). Genres and Jurisdictions: Laws Governing Monastic Inheritance in Seventeenth-Century Burma, In French, R. and Nathan, M. Buddhism and Law: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press), 183-197. Copyright Cambridge University Press 2014. Reprinted with permission.
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Peer reviewed
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Lammerts, D. Christian
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doi:10.7282/T35H7HWB
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