The Classification of Buddhism

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Otto Harrassowitz Verlag, 1995 - Religion - 1030 pages
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Contents

Buddhist Classifications and Classifying Thought
33
HongakuMon and ShikakuMon
50
CHAPTER FOUR
89
Introduction to the Five Groups of Classification in the Nambokucho Era
103
Absolute General Classification
127
Relative Theoretical Essential General Classifications
143
Relative Theoretical Formative Methodical Classifications
161
Relative Theoretical Formative Periodical Classifications
170
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
444
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
463
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
493
Some Fundamental Shingon Doctrines in the Vertical and Horizontal
534
CHAPTER TWENTYFrVE
551
CHAPTER TWENTYSIX
571
PART XI
607
Nichirens Relative Classifications
627

Relative Theoretical Essential Special Classifications
193
CHAPTER ELEVEN
213
CHAPTER TWELVE
229
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
258
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
279
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
299
CHAPTER SLXTEEN
325
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
348
The Hosso Classification
364
CHAPTER NINETEEN
395
CHAPTER TWENTY
417
Nichirens Position and the Japanese Tendai of the Middle Ages
668
5 Critical Statements Regarding Nichirens Classifications
687
CHAPTER THIRTY
693
CHAPTER THIRTYONE
711
CHAPTER THIRTYTWO
745
CHAPTER THIRTYTHREE
803
CHAPTER THIRTYFOUR
833
CHAPTER THIRTYFrVE
865
EPILOGUE
907
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