Zen Buddhism: A History, Volume 1
This book offers a detailed account of the history, development, ideas and image of the Zen school of Mahayana Buddhism. The author explores the origins of Zen, from its roots in the Buddhist and Yoga traditions of ancient India to the influence of Taoism on its formation and growth in China.
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biography Bodhidharma bodhisattva Buddha nature Buddhism in China century Ch'an Ch'eng Chin Chinese Buddhism Chinese Philosophy Chinese Zen Chugoku zenshushi Confucian D. T. Suzuki Dharma disciples Discourses doctrine early emptiness experience Fa-yen Five Ranks goroku Hekiganroku history of Zen Huang-po Hui-k'o Hui-neng human Hung-jen important Indian Japanese Kegon Keitoku dentoroku koan kosoden Lankdvatdra Sutra later Liebenthal Lin-chi Ma-tsu Mahayana sutras meditation metaphysical mind monastery monastic monk Mumonkan Neo-Confucian nirvana Northern original Ox-head school Pai-chang Pali Platform Sutra practice reality religious Rinzai school Rinzairoku Sakyamuni Seng-chao Shen-hsiu Shen-hui Shih Shih-t'ou Shoki Sixth Patriarch Southern school spiritual sudden enlightenment Sung period Suzuki T'ang period Ta-hui Tao-hsiian Tao-sheng Taoist teachings tradition transcends translation transmission Tsung-mi Tun-huang Tung-shan verses words Yanagida yii-lu Yoga Yun-men Zen Buddhism Zen Dust Zen history Zen literature Zen masters Zen movement Zen school zenji