CSOMA


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CSOMACalifornia State Oriental Medical Association
CSOMACentral States Occupational Medicine Association (Elgin, IL)
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They decided to renovate the structure and founded the CsRF ( Csoma's Room Foundation).
Csoma's latest contribution to the controversial issue was in the form of a study of 618 healthy Hungarian patients aged 21-71 years.
15 December 1998: Attila Csoma, Rina Fuchs, Esther Hoffman, Charity Leaf, Deise Martins, Jacob E.
The works of the French scholar and of other pioneers in Buddhist studies -- mainly Alexander Csoma de Koros(5) and Edmond Foucaux(6) on Tibet, Jean-Pierre Abel-Remusat(7) and Stanislas Julien(8) on China, Christian Lassen(9) and Spence Hardy(10) on Ceylon -- were to give rise to a tremendous craze for Buddhism in Europe.
Thus on page 364 "a vegso harcot" is clearly a subliminally political misprint for "vegso arcot"; on page 309 a vital piece of information is missing from the editor's note, to the effect that Sandor Csoma Korosi published a Tibetan-English dictionary and a grammar of the Tibetan language in English.
In a book in which the contents vary--from "Fourmis indiennes" to "Notes on the fourth book of the Gita" to "Alexandre Csoma de Koros dans l'empire Sikh"--an index of sources would have been beneficial to the great number of scholars who might consult it in the context of their own research.
This reprint of the proceedings of the third meeting of the Csoma de Koros Symposium, held at Velm, Austria, in September of 1981, consists of forty-eight papers by invited participants, including five by Tibetans.