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Zen Classics: Formative Texts in the History of Zen Buddhism

Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright

Abstract

This book is a sequel to The Zen Canon, which began to explore the variety of influential texts in the history of Zen Buddhism. In Zen Classics that exploration is continued by shifting the focus from the Chinese origins of Zen to the other East Asian cultures where the Zen tradition came to fruition in subsequent eras. Scholars researching Chinese, Korean, and Japanese Zen literature have been invited to survey a single work or genre of works that, because of its power and influence, has helped shape the Zen tradition and cause it to be what it is today. The essays offer careful historical ... More

Keywords: Zen Buddhism, Chinese literature, Korean literature, Japanese literature

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2005 Print ISBN-13: 9780195175257
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2006 DOI:10.1093/0195175255.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Steven Heine, editor
Florida International University
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Dale S. Wright, editor
Occidental College
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Contents

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Introduction

Dale S. Wright, and Dale S. Wright

3 Zen Buddhism as the Ideology of the Japanese State

Albert Welter, and Dale S. Wright

4 An Analysis of Dōgen's Eihei Goroku

Steven Heine, and Dale S. Wright

5 “Rules of Purity” in Japanese Zen

T. Griffith Foulk, and Dale S. Wright

6 Zen Kōan Capping Phrase Books

G. Victor Sōgen Hori, and Dale S. Wright

7 Imagining Indian Zen

Michel Mohr, and Dale S. Wright

8 Meditation for Laymen and Laywomen

David E. Riggs, and Dale S. Wright