2006 年 54 巻 2 号 p. 910-902,1328
As is well known, Buddhism and Jainism share many common elements in their phraseology. The subject has been often investigated. For an investigation of the close parallels which can be traced between Pali and Ardhamagadhi texts, see H. Nakamura, “Common Elements in Early Jain and Buddhist Literature”, in Indologica Taurinensia vol. XI (1983), pp. 302-330 (Proceedings of the International Symposium on Jaina Canonical and Narrative Literature. Strasbourg, 16th-19th June 1981); K. Mizuno, “Hokkukyo no kenkyu” Shunjusha Tokyo, 1981.; W. B. Bollé, “Reverse Index of the Dhammapada, Suttanipata, Theragatha and Therigatha Padas with Parallels from Ayaranga, Suyagada, Uttarajjhaya, Dasaveyaliya and Isibhasiyaim”, Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik, Monographie 8, Reinbek 1983; C. Caillat, “Jainology in Western Publications II”, in Jain Studies in Honour of J. Deleu, ed. by R. Smet and K. Watanabe. Tokyo, 1993, especially pp. 50-51. In this small paper, I would like to indicate comparable passages which seem to have been overlooked so far.