JIABS 31/1-2 (2008[2010])

Table of Contents


In memoriam, Erik Zürcher (13 Sept. 1928 - 7 Feb. 2008) PDF
Jonathan A. Silk 3-22


Evidence for Mahāyāna Buddhism and Sukhāvatī cult in India in the middle period – Early fifth to late sixth century Nepalese inscriptions PDF
Diwakar Acharya 23-75

Early Chinese Buddhist translations: Contributions to the International Symposium "Early Chinese Buddhist Translations," Vienna 18–21 April, 2007

Introduction PDF
Max Deeg 79-82
Creating religious terminology – A comparative approach to early Chinese Buddhist translations PDF
Max Deeg 83-118
Early Chinese Buddhist translations – Quotations from the early translations in anthologies of the sixth century PDF
Hubert Durt 119-139
The work of Paramārtha: An example of Sino-Indian cross-cultural exchange PDF
Toru Funayama 141-183
Guṇabhadra, Bǎoyún, and the Saṃyuktāgama PDF
Andrew Glass 185-203
Experimental core samples of Chinese translations of two Buddhist Sūtras analysed in the light of recent Sanskrit manuscript discoveries PDF
Paul M. Harrison 205-249
Reopening the Maitreya-files – Two almost identical early Maitreya sūtra translations in the Chinese Canon: Wrong attributions and text-historical entanglements PDF
Elsa I. Legittimo 251-293
Who produced the Da mingdu jing 大明度經 (T225)? A reassessment of the evidence PDF
Jan Nattier 295-337
A new attribution of the authorship of T5 and T6 Mahāparinirvāṇasūtra PDF
Jungnok Park 339-367
The Jifayue sheku tuoluoni jing – Translation, non-translation, both or neither? PDF
Jonathan A. Silk 369-420
The nature of the Da anban shouyi jing 大安般守意經 T 602 reconsidered PDF
Stefano Zacchetti 421-484
On some basic features of Buddhist Chinese PDF
Qingzhi Zhu 485-504

Book Reviews

The Cakrasamvara Tantra (The Discourse of Śrī Heruka): A Study and Annotated Translation PDF
Tsunehiko Sugiki 505-541

ISSN: 0193-600X