chapter  3
The Buddhist Contribution to Philosophic Thought by Prof. A. E. Burtt
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Ten or fifteen years from now, if I am still in the land of the living, I shall hope to write something more substantial on this topic. To do so would require that one achieve a broad perspective on the history of thought, in the West and in the East, and that he adequately assess the long run significance of Buddhism with its various schools when viewed in such a perspective. What I offer in this paper is my best present surmise as to the main conclusions that more sustained and mature reflection would approve.