Criticism of the concept of Buddhism

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For criticism see Criticism of Criticism of the concept of Buddhism
See also Buddhism.
According to the 5th edition of a standard textbook,[1] attempts to identify a common core to the various forms of Buddhism fail to fit the data, and it is better to regard Buddhism as a family of three different religions: Theravada, East Asian Buddhism and Tibetan Buddhism.
  1. Robinson et al, Buddhist Religions, 5th ed, Wadsworth, Belmont, California, 2004, pages xxf