- Title Pages
- Introduction: Rethinking Ritual Practice in Zen Buddhism
- 1 Ritual in Japanese Zen Buddhism
- 2 Chan Rituals of the Abbots' Ascending the Dharma Hall to Preach
- 3 Buddhist Rituals for Protecting the Country in Medieval Japan: Myōan Eisai's “Regulations of the Zen School”
- 4 Is Dōgen's Eiheiji Temple “Mt. T'ien‐t'ung East”?: Geo‐Ritual Perspectives on the Transition from Chinese Ch'an to Japanese Zen
- 5 Zazen as an Enactment Ritual
- 6 Women and Dōgen: Rituals Actualizing Empowerment and Healing
- 7 Invocation of the Sage: The Ritual to Glorify the Emperor
- 8 Meditation in Motion: Textual Exegesis in the Creation of Ritual
- 9 Dharma Transmission in Theory and Practice
- Pinyin–Wade‐Giles Conversion Table
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