JIABS 6/1 (1983)

Table of Contents

Articles

Enlightenment in Dōgen's Zen
Francis H. Cook
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7-30
The Place of the Sudden Teaching within the Hua-Yen Tradition: An Investigation of the Process of Doctrinal Change
Peter N. Gregory
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31-60
Morality in the Visuddhimagga
Damien Keown
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61-75
Contemporary Lay Buddhist Movements in Japan, with Special Reference to the Lotus Sūtra
Tsugunari Kubo
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76-90
Before the Prajñā Schools: The Earliest Known Chinese Commentary on the Aṣṭasāhasrikā
Whalen W. Lai
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91-108
The Generalization of an Old Yogic Attainment in Medieval Mahāyāna Sūtra Literature: Some Notes on Jātismara
Gregory Schopen
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109-147

Book Reviews

The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhism (ed. Leslie S. Kawamura)
Lal Mani Joshi
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148-151
Contributo allo Studia Biografico dei Primi Gter-Ston (Ramon Pratz)
Leonard W. J. Van der Kuijp
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151-154
Gedatsukai: Its Theory and Practice. A Study of a Shinto-Buddhist Syncretic School in Contemporary Japan (Minoru Kiyota)
H. Byron Earhart
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154-157
A Study of the Twenty-two Dialogues on Mahāyāna Buddhism (W. Pachow)
Lal Mani Joshi
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157-159
Zen and Christian: The Journey between (John Dykstra Busden)
Gary W. Houston
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159-161

Presidential Address

Presidential Address Given on the Occasion of the Fifth Conference of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Hertford College, Oxford, England, August 16-21, 1982
Walpola Rahula
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162-166

Notes and News

A Report on the 5th Conference of the IABS, Hertford College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, August 16-21, 1982
Rena Haggarty
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167-179