JIABS 15/1 (1992)

Table of Contents

Articles

The Violence of Non-Violence: A Study of Some Jain Responses to Non-Jain Religious Practices
Phyllis Granoff
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1-43
Is the Dharma-kāya the Real "Phantom Body" of the Buddha?
Paul M. Harrison
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44-94
Lost in China, Found in Tibet: How Wonch'uk Became the Author of the Great Chinese Commentary
John Powers
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95-103

An Exchange

The Theatre of Objectivity: Comments on José Cabezón's Interpretations of mKhas grub rje's and C. W. Huntington, Jr.'s Interpretations of the Tibetan Translation of a Seventh Century Indian Buddhist Text
C. W. Huntington, Jr.
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118-133
On Retreating to Method and Other Postmodern Turns: A Response to C. W. Huntington, Jr.
José Ignacio Cabezón
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134-143

Book Reviews

Choix de Documents tibétains conservés à la Bibliothèque Nationale complété par quelques manuscrits de l'India Office et du British Museum (Yoshiro Imaeda & Tsugohito Takeuchi)
Alexander W. Macdonald
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144-145
A Concordance of Buddhist Birth Stories (Leslie Grey)
Barend A. Van Nooten
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145-147

Notes and News

Report on the 10th IABS Conference
Alexander W. Macdonald
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148

Presidential Address

Some Observations on the Present and Future of Buddhist Studies
David Seyfort Ruegg
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104-117