TOC > THE EASTERN BUDDHIST 47/2

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Journal
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Japan
Subject Fields: 
Asian American History / Studies, East Asian History / Studies, Religious Studies and Theology

 

Dear H-Buddhism Members,

 

We are happy to announce the publication of the latest issue of The Eastern Buddhist, volume 47, number 2. It contains a special feature commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the passing of Suzuki Daisetsu (D. T. Suzuki). Please see the table of contents of this issue, and our other most recent issues, below. 

 

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With our best wishes,

The editorial team of The Eastern Buddhist

 

PUBLISHED JANUARY 2019

 

Vol. 47, No. 2, New Series, 2016

ARTICLES

Feature: Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Passing of Suzuki Daisetsu 

 

Reading D. T. Suzuki with a Focus on His Notion of “Person” 

Sueki Fumihiko

Personal Reflections on Suzuki Daisetsu’s Nihonteki Reisei

Yasutomi Shin’ya 

D. T. Suzuki and the Invention of Tradition 

Victor Sōgen Hori 

The Political Context of D. T. Suzuki’s Early Life 

Stefan Grace

“Reflections on D. T. Suzuki: Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of His Death,” December 5–6, 2016, Nichibunken, Kyoto 

John Breen 

 

Soteriological Pragmatism and Psychotherapy: The Buddhist Concept of “Means” in the Writings of the Modern Buddhist Philosopher Inoue Enryō 

Rainer Schulzer 

 

BOOK REVIEWS 

James W. Heisig. Much Ado About Nothingness: Essays on Nishida and Tanabe

(Romaric Jannel)

Jacqueline L. Stone. Right Thoughts at the Last Moment: Buddhism and Deathbed Practices in Early Medieval Japan 

(Robert F. Rhodes)

Maho Iuchi. An Early Text on the History of Rwa sgreng Monastery: The rGyal ba’i dben gnas rwa sgreng gi bshad pa nyi ma’i ’od zer of ’Brom shes rab me lce 

(Alexander K. Smith

Julia Linder. Entwicklungen des Buddhismus im Zwanzigsten Jahrhundert in Indonesien: Strömungen, Verwerfungen und Aushandlungen der „Agama Buddha (di) Indonesia“ 

(Michael Pye

 

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

 

PUBLISHED JULY 2018

 

Vol. 47, No. 1, New Series, 2016 

ARTICLES

Shifting Contexts of Faith: The Cult of Maitreya in Middle and Late Silla 

Richard D. McBride II and Insung Cho 

The Moon Reflected in the Water: The Miraculous Response of Avalokiteśvara in “Water-moon Avalokiteśvara Paintings” of the Goryeo Dynasty 

Kang Soyon 

A Reexamination of the Influence of Kumārajīva’s Thought on His Translation of the Vimalakīrtinirdeśa 

Fan Muyou 

Zen and the “Hero’s March Spell” of the Shoulengyan jing

George A. Keyworth 

 

BOOK REVIEWS 

Jeffrey Samuels, Justin Thomas McDaniel, and Mark Michael Rowe, eds. Figures of Buddhist Modernity in Asia

(Peggy Morgan)

Paul Trafford. Thursday’s Lotus: The Life and Work of Fuengsin Trafford

(Michael Pye)

Akiko Takenaka. Yasukuni Shrine: History, Memory, and Japan’s Unending Postwar 

(Takashi Yoshida

Ulrich Timme Kragh. Tibetan Yoga and Mysticism: A Textual Study of the Yogas of Nāropa and Mahāmudrā Meditation in the Medieval Tradition of Dags po

(Alexander K. Smith

 

OBITUARY

A Tribute to Professor Luis O. Gómez (1943–2017)

 

 

PUBLISHED JANUARY 2018

 

Vol. 46, No. 2, New Series, 2015

ARTICLES

The Huayan Philosophers: Fazang and Li Tongxuan on the “Six Marks” and the “Sphere of Edification”

Seunghak Koh

On “Art in the Dark” and Meditation in Central Asian Buddhist Caves

Angela F. Howard

Redefining the “Dharma Characteristics School” in East Asian Yogācāra Buddhism

Sumi Lee

The City of Nirvāṇa: Conceptions of Nirvāṇa with Special Reference to the Central Asian Tradition

Hiromi Habata

 

VIEWS AND REVIEWS

A Plop! Heard “’Round the World”

James Austin

 

BOOK REVIEWS

John Kieschnick and Meir Shahar, eds. India in the Chinese Imagination: Myth, Religion, and Thought

(Max Deeg)

Christoph KleineDer Buddhismus des Reinen Landes

(Thomas Siebert)

Ole Holten Pind and Esben Andreasen.Theravada-buddhismen: Introduktion og tekster

(Michael Pye)

Peter Schwieger. The Dalai Lama and the Emperor of China: A Political History of the Tibetan Institution of Reincarnation

(Vladimir Uspensky)

 

OBITUARY

Yasutomi Shin’ya (1944–2017)

 

 

Contact Info: 

John LoBreglio

Editor, The Eastern Buddhist