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JOURNAL> ACTA KOREANA, VOL. 18, NO. 1; Theme Issue: Humanities at Turning Points of Korean Civilization

Academia Koreana, the Korean studies research institute of Keimyung University, is pleased to announce the publication of Acta Koreana, Vol. 18, No. 1, the complete table of contents of which may be found at the end of this e-mail. All the articles in this issue and all previous issues of the journal are freely accessible on EBSCOhost, eArticle.net, Google Scholar and at the Acta Koreana homepage http://www.actakoreana.org.

 

Best wishes,
Michael Finch

 

NEW BOOK> Ronri to Rekishi (論理と歴史; "Logic and History"), by MORO Shigeki

Dear Colleagues,

I have just gotten a glimpse of this wonderful new book by Moro-san. It is a 450-page work that examines, in great deal, the history of the transmission and development of Buddhist Logic 因明 through China, Korea, and Japan. It's not simply a collection of the author's previous articles, but a well-wrought tour de force treatment of the logic tradition in East Asia, the likes of which I have not  yet seen in any language.

The publisher's blurb on this book, with TOC, is here:

TOC> Journal of Chinese Religions, vol.43, no.1 (2015) now available

The new issue of the Journal of Chinese Religions is now available in print and online at http://www.maneyonline.com/toc/jcr/43/1.

It is a special issue on “Mutations and Adaptations of Chinese Communal Religious Structures,” edited by Paul R. Katz; it contains three research articles and eleven book reviews.

ARTICLES
Vincent Goossaert, "The Shifting Balance of Power in the City God Temples, Late Qing to 1937."

PROGRAMME> International PhD Programme in Buddhist Studies, Mahidol University: June 2015 Public Lectures

17th June 2015:

“Myth, Philosophy and the Filipino Culture: 
A perennialist view of Filipino philosophy 
and its affinities with practical Buddhist philosophy”

 

Prof. Leni dlR.Garcia (De La Salle)

 

Abstract:

Symposium >> On Cultivating Spirituality at Otani University, Kyoto

Dear Colleagues,

Otani University's Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute will host a symposium in commemoration of the publication of Cultivating Spirituality: An Anthology of Modern Shin Buddhist Thinkers, ed. Mark L. Blum and Robert F. Rhodes, on June 26 and 27, 2015. The symposium will be held in the Media Hall in the Korukan at Otani University in Kyoto. Anyone is welcome and there is no participation fee.

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