Zen Buddhism: Japan

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World Wisdom, Inc, 2005 - Religion - 520 pages
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In this second volume of his classic history, one of the world's foremost Zen scholars turns his attention to the development of Zen in Japan.
 

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Contents

I
xiii
II
3
III
5
IV
51
V
121
VI
149
VII
151
VIII
185
IX
221
X
257
XI
259
XII
299
XIII
367
XIV
401
XV
421
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Heinrich Dumoulin (1905-1995) was one of the world's leading scholars of Zen and the author of several books on Zen and Buddhism, including A History of Zen Buddhism, Buddhism in the Modern World, and Christianity Meets Buddhism. He was for many years Professor of Philosophy and History of Religions at Sophia University in Japan.

James W. Heisig is professor and permanent research fellow at the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture in Nagoya, Japan.

Knitter teaches in the theology department of Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a pioneer in the area of interreligious dialogue.

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