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Zen classics : formative texts in the history of Zen Buddhism.

Author: Steven Heine; Dale S Wright; Oxford University Press.
Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press, 2005.
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Focuses on texts from Korea and Japan that brought the Buddhist movement to fruition. Although diverse in style and structure, the texts and genres of texts considered here are fundamental to the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Steven Heine; Dale S Wright; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 0195175255 9780195175257
OCLC Number: 191827544
Description: 1 online resource (288 p.)
Contents: The concept of classic literature in Zen Buddhism / Dale S. Wright --
Guishan jingce (Guishan's admonitions) and the ethical foundations of Chan practice / Mario Poceski --
A Korean contribution to the Zen canon: the Oga hae seorui (Commentaries on five masters on the Diamond sūtra) / Charles Muller --
Zen Buddhism as the ideology of the Japanese state: Eisai and the Kōzen gokokuron / Albert Welter --
An analysis of Dōgen's Eihei goroku: distillation or distortion? / Steven Heine --
"Rules of purity" in Japanese Zen / T. Griffith Foulk --
Zen kōan capping phrase books: literary study and the insight "not founded on words or letters" / G. Victor Sōgen Hori --
Imagining Indian Zen: Tōrei's commentary on the Ta-mo-to-lo ch'an ching and the rediscovery of early meditation techniques during the Tokugawa Era / Michel Mohr --
Meditation for laymen and laywomen: the Buddha samādhi (Jijuyū zanmai) of Menzan Zuihō / David E. Riggs.

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