The Heart of Buddhism: In Search of the Timeless Spirit of Primitive Buddhism (Nanzan studies in religion and culture) (English and Japanese Edition) ePub download
by Takeuchi Yoshinori
- ISBN: 0824505778
- ISBN13: 978-0824505776
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- Language: English Japanese
- Publisher: Crossroad Pub Co; First Edition edition (August 1, 1983)
- Pages: 165
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Italian translation: Il cuore del Buddhismo: Alla ricerca dei valori originari e perenni del Buddhismo.
Italian translation: Il cuore del Buddhismo: Alla ricerca dei valori originari e perenni del Buddhismo. from Spanish) Amador Vega, Ramon Llull and the Secret of Life (New York: Crossroad, 2003). from Japanese) Kagawa Toyohiko, Cosmic Purpose (Eugene, or: Casade Books, 2014).
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Terry J. Tekippe - 1983 - Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 10:317-322
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In Religion and Nothingness one of the leading figures in the Kyoto School .
In Religion and Nothingness one of the leading figures in the Kyoto School of philosophy lays the foundations for a world in the making, a world united beyond the differences of East and West, Buddhism and Christianity. In this book Takeuchi Yoshinori, one of the leading figures of the Kyoto School, shows how an existentialist hermeneutic can disclose the true meaning of Buddhism. Working over the Pali texts of primitive Buddhism, Takeuchi seeks to unearth the fundamental concerns of Buddhist theory and practice, and to relate them to the contemporary world. Philosophy as Metanoetics. Studies in Japanese Philosophy 3.
Series: Nanzan Studies in Religion and Culture. And any number of studies have been published showing that the monks of "established" Buddhism, besides being overwhelmingly in the religious mainstream of the time, were doing a whole lot more than just resting on their laurels and hobnobbing with the aristocrats. This was far from the case in 1987, when Robert Morrell's "Minority Report" was first published. Indeed, it was exactly what its title says.
In book: Buddhism and Jainism, p. 320-1324. Cite this publication October 1985 · The Journal of Religion. Cite this publication. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. An introduction to Buddhist esoterism. Buddhist monks and monasteries of India: their history and their contribution to Indian culture. Studies in the Buddhistic Culture of India (During the 7th and 8th Centuries, A. Article. Oct 1981 October 1985 · The Journal of Religion.
This book presents a wealth of cultural observations intertwined with the history of Japanese Buddhism. Recommended to a broad audience.
Translated by James W. Heisig. New York: Crossroad, 1991. E-mail Citation . The author brings Pure Land metaphysics and Western philosophy into dialogue with particular emphasis on the Buddhist concept of dependent origination. One of the most insightful works in comparative philosophy. Japanese Buddhism: A Cultural History. This book presents a wealth of cultural observations intertwined with the history of Japanese Buddhism.
Nichiren Buddhism (Japanese: 日蓮仏教) is a branch of Mahayana Buddhism based on the teachings of the 13th-century Japanese Buddhist priest Nichiren (1222–1282) and is one of the Kamakura Buddhism schools. 239 Its teachings derive from some 300–400 extant letters and treatises attributed to Nichiren.