I am confused about the phrase ''such as'' in the following sentence.
in second part the pronoun ''it'' make me comfused and the ''it'' seems to refer the phrase ''the genuine teaching of the Buddha", so I'm difficult to take the phrase ''such as'' as ''the genuine teaching of the Buddha" how should I understand the phrase?
please help me with your simple explanation.
''I shall give a short exposition of the essence of the genuine teaching of the Buddha, such as we still find it in the Buddhist scriptures handed down to us in the Pali language.''
''Fundamentals of Buddhism'' by Nyanatiloka Mahåthera