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Richard S Cohen asks: > the Kalama Sutta. > Does this sutta exist outside the Pali canon? Were translations made > into Chinese, It was translated into Chinese as part of the Madhyama Agama (not the Agama counterpart of the Anguttara Nikaya in which it appears in Pali, but the counterpart to the Majjhima Nikaya): T 1.26.438b13-439c22. The Chinese title is 伽藍經 qielan jing, which was probably intended as a transliteration of Kalama Sutra (and may have sounded more like that back when it was translated). I am not aware of any particular attention having been paid to this particular sutra in this agama in China, but I haven't searched for it. Dan Lusthaus --------------------------- H-Buddhism (Buddhist Scholars Information Network) Web Site: <http://www.h-net.org/~buddhism/> Posting Guidelines: <http://www.h-net.org/~buddhism/posting_guidelines.html > Handling Your Account: <http://h-net.msu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=h-buddhism >