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RESOURCE> A Concordance to the Taishō Canon and Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts (Sueki)

The ICPBS Library has just added the following PDF publication to our Website.

大正蔵・敦煌出土仏典対照目録: “A Concordance to the Taishō Canon and Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts”. Third (Provisional) Edition. Tokyo: International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies Library, 2015. XXVII, 658 p. (大蔵経対照目録 The Taishō  Canon Concordance Series, II)

Address of the website: http://www.icabs.ac.jp/index.htm

RESOURCE> A Concordance to the Taishō Canon and Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts (Sueki)

The ICPBS Library has just added the following PDF publication to our Website.

大正蔵・敦煌出土仏典対照目録: “A Concordance to the Taishō Canon and Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts”. Third (Provisional) Edition. Tokyo: International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies Library, 2015. XXVII, 658 p. (大蔵経対照目録 The Taishō  Canon Concordance Series, II)

Address of the website: http://www.icabs.ac.jp/index.htm

Re QUERY> 4 yogacara sutras (Sobisch)

Dear Dan, Paul and others who replied,

I tend to accept the Yogācārabhūmi Viniścayasaṃgrahanī at the moment as the most probable solution. The Tibetan commentary I work with was composed in 1633, but it is based on texts that were already available since the late 13th century. I will have to dig into the older material to see if a gTan la dbab pa is mentioned, and if it is, how it is treated.

Thanks for everyone's consideration of the matter!

jan

AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT> Stanley Weinstein Dissertation Prize

The Council on East Asian Studies at Yale University is pleased to announce that the Stanley Weinstein Dissertation Prize for academic years 2012-2014 has been awarded to Bryan Lowe for his study on the ancient Japanese practice of scripture-copying entitled "Rewriting Nara Buddhism: Sutra Transcription in Early Japan."  Bryan Lowe completed his Ph.D. from the Department of Religion at Princeton University in 2012.  He is currently Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Vanderbilt University.

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