Chinese Religion Through Hindu Eyes: A Study in the Tendencies of Asiatic Mentality

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Asian Educational Services, Dec 1, 1988 - Asia - 331 pages
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Contents

The Cult of WorldForces in PreConfucian China
6
c Santanism Eternal Order
13
e Pluralism in Godlore
20
g Idealism as a phase of spirituality
29
CHAPTER III
37
Development of Traditional SocioReligious Lite
53
Asiatic Positivism
72
Internationalism
92
CHAPTER VII
168
Confucianism Buddhism Buddhist India
175
CHAPTER VIII
184
A Meltingpot of Races
192
A Well of Devotional EclecticismThe Religion
208
The Age of Kalidasa
217
Sangoku i e Concert of Asia
236
The Great Powers of Sangoku
246

General Culture
101
CHAPTER V
116
Images as Symbols
128
CHAPTER VI
138
Exit Sakya Enter Buddha and His host
145
The Balance of Accounts in International
152
The Middlemen in IndoChinese Intercourse
161
Sections Ringing Grooves of Change in Asia
256
CHAPTER X
262
The Cult of WorldForces in the Land of Kami
271
CHAPTER XI
281
The Buddhism of China and Japan euphemism
291
Modern Hinduism
298

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