New Series (1965-2000) Index

NS01 - 1(1965)
Editorial

1921 and 1965 1-4


Articles

On The Hekigan Roku ("Blue Cliff Records") (Daisetz T. Suzuki) 5-21

Zen: Its Meaning for Modern Civilization (Shin'ichi Hisamatsu) 22-47

The Meaning of Salvation in the Doctrine of Pure Land Buddhism (Daiei Kaneko) 48-63

Dharmākara Bodhisattva (Ryōjin Soga) 64-78

Science and Zen (Keiji Nishitani) 79-108


Review Article

Christianity and the Encounter of the World Religions (Masao Abe) 109-122


Book Reviews

A Histry of Zen Buddhism by Heinrich Dumoulin (D. T. Suzuki) 123-126

Zen in Westlicher by Ernest Benz (Hiroshi Sakamoto) 126-132


Notes (Obituary)

Reginald Horace Blyth (1898-1964): John Ronald Brinklry (1887-1964): Ryusaku Tsunoda (1877-1964) 133-142


NS01-2 (1966)
Article

The Awakening of Self in Buddhism (Keiji Nishitani) 1-11


Translation

The Hekigan Roku "Case Two" (Daisetz T. Suzuki) 12-20


Articles

On Zen Art (Shin'ichi Hisamatsu) 21-33

The Concept of the Pure Land in Nāgārjuna's Doctrine (Susumu Yamaguchi) 34-47

Two Addresses: Ansprache zum Heimatabend and Uber Abraham a Santa Clara (Preliminary Remarks by Keiji Nishitani) (Martin Heidegger) 48-77


Views & Reviews

Some Observations on Zen Buddhism for the West (Christmas Humphreys) 78-83

Gotama's Early Psychological Experimentation (Teresina R. Haven) 84-90

East-West Religious Communication (Winston L. King) 91-110


Book Reviews

Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary (Daito Publishing Company 1965) (Shōjun Bandō) 111-112

Madhyantavibhāga-Bhāṣa: A Buddhist Philosophical Treatise Edited for the First Time from a Sanskrit Manuscript by Gajin M. Nagao (Hajime Sakurabe) 111-127

Sukhavatīvyūha Ed. by Atsuuji Ashikaga (Hajime Sakurabe) 111-127

Eon Kenkyu (Studies on Hui-Yuan), ed. by Eiichi Kimura (Senryū Mano (trans. by Yushu Ota)) 113-116

Die Gottesgeburt in der Seele und der Durchbruch zur Gottheit. Von Shizuteru Heda (Koichi Tsujimura) 117-125


Notes

In Memory of Dr. Paul Tillich (Masao Abe) 128-130

A Brief Survey of Buddhist Studies in Post-War Japan (Hajime Sakurabe) 131-139


NS02-1 (1967)
Editorial 1-2

The Man and His Work D. T. Suzuki
(Thomas Merton) 3-9


Articles
The Man and the Scholar Suzuki
(Charles A. Moore) 10-18
Suzuki: Zen and Art
(Herbert Read) 19-28
Mondo: At the Death of a "Great-Death-Man"
(Shin'ichi Hisamatsu) 29-34
A Unique Interpreter of Zen
(Hiroshi Sakamoto) 35-53
Zen and Compassion
(Masao Abe) 54-68
On My First Coming to Meet Dr. Suzuki
(Richard Demartino) 69-74
The Man of Zen
(Somei Tsuji) 75-76
In the Field of Kegon
(Zyoiti Suetuna) 77-81
Sensei and Friend
(Paul J. Braisted) 82-83
A Personal Tribute
(Edward Conze) 84-85
Memories of Dr. D.T. Suzuki
(Erich Fromm) 86-89
The Stone Bridge of Jōshū
(Akihisa Kondō) 90-98
The Enlightened Thought
(Sōhaku Kobori) 99-109
In Memoriam
(Ernest Bentz) 110-115
Daisetz T. Suzuki
(Shōkin Furuta) 116-123
The "Mindless" Scholar
(Alan Watts) 124-127
A Tribute
(Charles Morris) 128-129
A Sower of Seeds
(Wilhelm Gundert) 130-136
D. T. Suzuki's Life in La Salle
(Shōjun Bandō) 137-146


Reminiscences
In Memory of Dr. D. T. Suzuki
(Ryōjin Soga) 147-148
Reminiscences of D. T. Suzuki
(Daiei Kaneko) 148-149
D. T. Suzuki: Some Memories
(Huston Smith) 150-152
Meetings with Daisetz Suzuki
(Heinrich Dumoulin, S. J.) 153-156
The Tark of the Flower
(Zenkei Shibayama) 157-159
In Memory of D. T. Suzuki
(Kosho Ōtani) 160-164
Suzuki, the Teacher
(Ryōichirō Narahara) 165-168
Suzuki Daisetz
(Bernard Leach) 169
In Memoriam
(Karl Fredrik Almqvist) 170-171
The Smile
(Eva Van Hoboken) 172-176
My Reminiscences
(John C. H. Wu) 177-182
Recollections 1950 to 1961
(Jeannette Speiden Griggs) 183-186
A Travel Letter
(Douglas V. Steere) 187-188
To Dr. Daisetz Teitro Suzuki
(Richard A. Gard) 189
Memories of Dr. Daisetz Suzuki
(Margaret J. Rioch) 190-192TD>
Daisetz Suzuki and Shin'ichi Hisamatsu
(Jikai Fujiyoshi) 193-197
In Remembrance of D. T. Suzuki
(A. W. Sadler) 198-199
Death: The Moon Sailing
(Lunsford P. Yandell) 200-207
Chronology: D. T. Suzuki
208-215
Bibliography: D. T. Suzuki
216-229

NS02-2 (1969)
Articles
Tāntric Buddhism and Shingon Buddhism
(Yūkei Matsunaga) 1-14

God, Emptiness, and the True Self (Masao Abe) 15-30
The Value of Gautama Buddha for the Modern World
(Harold L. Parsons) 31-70
On the I-Thou Relation in Zen Buddhism
(Keiji Nishitani) 71-87


Translation
A Selection from the Ts'ai Ken T'an (Vegetable-Root Discourses)
(N. A. Waddell) 88-98


Views & Reviews
An Evaluation of Dr. Suzuki
(Kōshirō Tamaki) 99-110
Buddhist and Western Views of the Self
(D. H. Bishop) 111-123


Notes
Replies to Mr. Christmas Humphreys
(Robert Aitken, and Jack Austin) 124-128
My Memory of Ruth Fuller Sasaki
(Irmgard Schloegl) 129-130

NS03-1 (1970)
Articles
The Personal and the Impersonal in Religion
(Keiji Nishitani) 1-18
Towards Philosophy of Religion with the Concept of Pre-Established Harmony as Guide
(Kitarō Nishida) 19-46
Aspects of D. T. Suzuki's Early Interpretations of Buddhism and Zen
(Margaret H. Dornish) 47-66
Omizutori, One of Japan's Oldest Buddhist Ceremonies
(Martba Boyer & Jikai Fujiyoshi) 67-96
Engaku-ji and Kenchō-ji: Reflections on the Social Morphology of Two Kamakura Temples
(A. W. Sadler) 97-107


Dialogue
A Dialogue between D. T. Suzuki & Rev. T. N. Callaway
108-121


Translation
The Life of Shidō Munan Zenji
(Torei Enji, trans. by Sōhaku Kobori and Norman Waddell) 122-138


Views & Reviews
Buddhists and Chiristians Meet
(William Johnston S. F.) 139-146
How Can Buddhism Become a Universal Religion?
(Archie J. Bahm) 147-149


Book Reviews
Emptiness : A Study in Religious Meaning by Frederick J. Streng
(Kenneth K. Inada) 150-152
Nāgārjuna's Philosophy by K. Venkata Ramanan
(Mitsutoshi Saigusa) 153-157
Zen Painting by Yasuichi Awakawa
(N. A. Waddell) 157-158
In the Tracks of Buddhism by Frithjof Schuon
(J. S. Edgren) 158-159
On Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism by D. T. Suzuki
(Shōjun Bandō) 159

NS03-2 (1970)
Articles

Self the Unattainable
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-8

The Nature of Sadō Culture
(Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
9-19

Nembutsu in the Chinese Pure Land Tradition
(Allan A. Andrews)
20-45

The "Eclipse of God" and Existential Mistrust
(Stanley Romaine Hopper)
46-70

The Personal and the Impersonal in Religion (concluded)
(Nishitani Keiji)
71-88


Translation

Sokushin-ki
(Shido Munan Zenji trans. by Kobori Sōhaku & Norman A . Waddell)
89-118


Views & Reviews

The Northern Frontiers of the Buddhist World
(John Blofeld)
119-122

Travels in Mongolia
(Bandō Shōjun)
123-127

Zen Diary Viewed by a Student of Rinzai Zen
(Dana R. Fraser)
128-130

A Rejoinder to Professor Bahm
(Winston L. King)
131-132


Book Review

Thirty Years of Buddhist Studies by Edward Conze
(Sakamoto Hiroshi & Nagasaki Hōjun)
133-135

Studien zum Mahāprajñāpāramitā-(upadeśa) śāstra by Saigusa Mitsuyoshi
(Kajiyama Yūichi)
136-141

Early Madhyāmika in India and China by Richard H. Robinson
(Kenneth K. Inada)
142-145


Notes

The Complete Works of Suzuki Daisetz
146-148


NS04-1 (1971)
Editorial (50th Anniversary Special Edition 1921-1971)
1-12


Articles

What is the "I" ?
(Suzuki Daisetz)
13-27

Dōgen on Buddha Nature
(Abe Masao)
28-71

Shinran's Indebtedness to T'an-luan
(Bandō Shōjun)
72-87

Japanese Literary Arts and Buddhist Philosophy
(Watsuji Tetsurō translated by Hirano Umeyo)
88-115


Translations

Sokushin-ki (2)
(Shido Munan Zenji trans. by Kobori Sōhaku & Norman A . Waddell)
116-123

Dōgen's Bendōwa, Translated with Introduction
(Trans. by Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
124-157


Views & Reviews

A Response to Stanley Romaine Hopper
(Thomas J. J. Altizer)
158-161

Dialectical Faith Versus Dialogical Trust
(Maurice Friedman)
162-170

The Radical Otherness of God
(Gabriel Vahanian)
171-174


Notes (Obituary)
K. N. Jayatilleke, 1920-1970
(Mori Sodō)
175-176

Nagai Makoto, 1881-1970
(Bandō Shōjun)
177-179

Richard Hugh Robinson, 1926-1970
(Kajiyama Yūichi)
180-182


Book Review
The Buddhist Religion : A Historical Introduction by Richard H. Robinson
(Bandō Shōjun)
182-183

NS04-2 (1971)
Articles

Infinite Light
Suzuki Daisetz (Posthumous))
1-29

Nihilism and Śūnyatā
(Nishitani Keiji trans. by Yamamoto Seisaku)
30-49

The Essentials of Salvation: A Study of Genshin's Ōjōyōshū
(Allan A. Andrews)
50-88


Dialogue

Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part One)
(Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
89-107


Translations

"One Bright Pearl," Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Ikka Myōju
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
108-118

Sokushin-ki (concluded)
(Shido Munan Zenji trans. by Kobori Sōhaku & Norman A . Waddell)
119-127


Views & Reviews

Religions and Drugs
(Suzuki Daisetz ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium))
128-133

"Ordinary Mind is the Way"
(Alan Watts ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium))
134-137

Phychedelics and Zen: Some Reflections
(Ray Jordan ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium))
138-140

LSD and the New American Zen Student
(Robert Aitken ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium)
141-144

Experiences Gradual and Sudden, and Getting Rid of Them
(Richard Leavitt ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium))
145-148

The LSD Experience and Zen
(Ueda Shizuteru ("Drugs and Buddhism" : A Symposium))
149-152

NS05-1 (1972)
Articles

The Seer and the Seen
(Suzuki Daisetz (Posthumous))
1-25

The Comic Perspective in Zen Literature and Art
(M. Conrad Hyers)
26-46

The Reception of Buddhism during the Suiko Period
(Watsuji Tetsurō)
47-54

Nihilism and Śūnyatā (Continued)
(Nishitani Keiji)
55-69


Translations

Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō, Zenki & Shōji
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
70-80

The Fourth Letter from Hakuin's Orategama
(Winston and Jocelyn King and Tokiwa Gishin)
81-114


Views & Reviews

Buddhism, Nature, and the Environment
(Alfred Bloom)
115-129

The Middle Way in Clear Words
(William J. H. Collins)
130-138


Book Reviews

Field of Zen by Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Shin Buddhism by D. T. Suzuki
(Huston Smith)
139-145

Zen and Fine Arts by Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
(Kenneth Inada)
146-148

A Primer of Sōtō Zen by Matsunaga Reiho
(Tamaki Kōshirō)
149-151

L'Enseignement de Vimalakīrti (Vimalakīrtinirdeśa) and La Concentration de la Marche heoiue (Śūramgamasamādhisūtra) by Etienne Lamotte
(Fujiyoshi Jikai)
155-158


Notes

Willhelm Gundert, 1880-1971
(Ueda Shizuteru)
159-162
NS05-2 (1972)
Articles

What is Shin Buddhism?
(Suzuki Daisetz (Posthumous))
1-11

Buddhist Elements in the Coming World Civilization
(Nolan Pliny Jacobson)
12-43

Chuang Tzu and Buddhism
(Mori Mikisaburō)
44-69

The Life of Lin-chi I-hsun
(Yanagida Seizan)
70-94

Nihilism and Śūnyatā (concluded)
(Nishitani Keiji)
95-106


Dialogue

Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part Two)
(Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
107-128


Translations

Shōbōgenzō Genjōkōan
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
129-140

The Great Path of Absolute Other Power & My Faith
(Kiyozawa Manshi trans. by Bandō Shōjun)
141-152


Views & Reviews

Pre-Rational Harmony in Heidegger's Essential Thinking and Ch'an Thought
(Chang Chung-Yuan)
153-170

Yeats and Zen Buddhism
(Naitō Shirō)
171-178


Book Reviews

Sengai, The Zen Master by D. T. Suzuki
(Frederick Franck)
179-181

Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism by Sawa Takaaki
(Hubert Durt)
182-184

Mudra by Chogyam Trungpa
(William J. H. Collins)
185-186

Les Maitres du Zen au Japon by Shibata Masumi
(N. A. Waddell)
186-187

What is Zen? by D. T. Suzuki
(Bandō Shōjun)
188-189


Notes

Recent Publications on Zen in france: Suzuki Shunryu, 1904-1971: Baker Rōshi's Statement at Suzuki Rōshi's Funeral
190-194
NS06-1 (1973)
Articles

A Preface to the Kyōgyōshinshō (unfinished)
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-24

On the Theory of Buddha-body
(Nagao Gadjin)
25-53

Chinese Poetry and Zen
(Iriya Yoshitaka)
54-67

The Standpoint of Śūnyatā
(Nishitani Keiji)
68-91

The Sayings of Rinzai, A Conversation between Suzuki Daisetz & Ueda Shizuteru
(Suzuki Daisetz & Ueda Shizuteru)
92-110


Translations

Ikkyū's Skeletons
(R. H. Blyth)
111-125

The Ching-t'u Shih-i-lun (Ten Doubts Concerning the Pure Land)
(Leo Pruden)
126-157


Views & Reviews

Thoughts on Kawabata's Meijin
(A. W. Sadler)
158-160


Notes

The English Translation of Shinran's Kyōgyōshinshō
161-162

NS06-2 (1973)
Articles

Ummon on Time
(Suzuki Daisetz (Posthumous))
1-13

Zen and Nietzche
(Abe Masao)
14-32

Ippen Shōnin
(Yanagi Soetsu)
33-57

The Standpoint of Śūnyatā
(Nishitani Keiji)
58-86


Dialogue

Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part Three)
(Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
87-114


Translations

Fukanzazengi and Shōbōgenzō Zazengi Dōgen Kigen
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
115-128

The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku
(Norman Waddell)
129-151


Book Reviews

The Zen Master Hakuin by Philip Yampolsky
(Sakamoto Hiroshi)
152-153

The Wheel of Life by John Blofeld
(Arthur Lederman and Patricia Bjaaland)
154-156

The Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa Sūtra by Charles Luk
(Nagao Gadjin)
157-161


Notes

Ogata Sōhaku, 1901-1973: G. P. Malalasekera, 1899-1973
162-168


NS07-1 (1974)
Articles

Zen Buddhism and a Commonsense World
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-18

Buddhism in the Asuka-Nara Period
(Tsukamoto Zenryū)
19-36

Myōe's Criticism of Hōnen's Doctrine
(Bandō Shōjun)
37-54

A Brief Histiry of Buddhist Studies in Europe and America
(J. W. de Jong)
55-106


Views & Reviews

One Cornered Future?
(Del Langbauer)
107-117


Translations

The King of Samadhis Samadhi, Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Sammai-Ō-Zammai
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
118-123

The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku (Part II)
(Norman Waddell)
124-141


Notes

Alan Watts, 1915-1973: Yasutani Hakuun Rōshi, 1885-1973
142-152
NS07-2 (1974)
Articles

The Buddhist Conception of Reality
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-21

The Intermediary World
(Edward Conze)
22-31

An Inquiry into Wang Yang-ming's Four-Sentence Teaching
(Tu Wei-ming)
32-48

A Brief Hiatory of Buddhist Studies in Europe and America (Part II)
(J. W. de Jong)
49-82


Translation

The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku (Part III)
(Norman Waddell)
83-107

The Stature of Yasutani Hakuun Rōshi
(Yamada Koun)
108-120

The Complete Alan Watts
(A. W. Sadler)
121-127

Book Reviews

Zen Art for Meditation by Stewart Holmes and Chimyo Horioka
(Frederick Franck)
128-129

Kukai: Major Works by Yoshito Hakeda
(Kawasaki Shinjo)
129-132


NS08-1 (1975)
Articles

Zen and Psychology
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-11

Ultimate Crisis and Resurrection
(Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
12-29

The Oldest Mahāyāna Sūtra: Its Significance for the Study of Buddhist Development
(Lewis R. Lancaster)
30-41


Translations

The Records of the Life of Ch'an Master Pai-chang Huai-hai
(Yi Tao-t'ien)
42-73

A Short Essay on the Pure Land by Dharma Master T'an-luan
(Leo Pruden)
74-95

Jishō-ki by Shidō Munan
(Kusumita Priscella Pedersen)
96-132

Views & Reviews

The Buddhist Theory of Instantaneous Being: The Ur-Concept of Buddhism
(Robert E. Allinson)
133-148


Notes

Shibayama Zenkei, 1904-1974
(Kudo Sumiko)
149-154


NS08-2 (1975)
Articles

Reality is Act
(Suzuki Daisetz)
1-6

Whitehead and Buddhism on the Art of Living
(Nolan Pliny Jacobson)
7-36

Ultimate Crisis and Resurrection (Part II)
(Hisamatsu Shin'ichi)
37-65


Dialogue

DIALOGUE: Chinese Zen
(Tsukamoto Zenryū, Shibayama Zenkei, & Nishitani Keiji)
66-93


Translations

Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (Part I)
(Norman Waddell & Abe Masao)
94-112

A Selection from Bankei's Zen Dialogues
(Norman Waddell)
113-129


Views & Reviews

Angelus Silesius 1624-1677, A Bridge between East and West?
(Frederick Franck)
130-142

The Concept of Nature in the Works of Natsume Sōseki
(Valdo H. Viglielmo)
143-153


Book Reviews

Myōhō-renge-kyō. The Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Wonderful Law Translated by Bunnō Katō. Revised by W. E. Soothill & Wilhelm Schiffer
The Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Wonderful LawTranslated by Senchu Murano
(J. W. de Jong)
154-158

Zen and the Cosmic Spirit by Conrad Hyers
(Frederick Franck)
159-160

An Outline of Principal Methods of Meditation translated by Sujitkumar Mukhopadhyaya
(Sakamoto Hiroshi)
161-163

Collected Writings on Shin Buddhism and the Kyōgyōshinshō by Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki
(Alfred Bloom)
163-169


NS09-1 (1976)
Articles

Dōgen, Hakuin, Bankei: Three Types of Thought in Japanese Zen
(D. T. Suzuki)
1-17

The Pure Land of Beauty
(Yanagi Soetsu)
18-41

Emptiness and Time
(Nishitani Keiji)
42-71

Introduction to the "T'ien-t'ai ssu-chiao-i"
(David W. Chappell)
72-86


Translation

Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (II)
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
87-105


Views & Reviews

Introducing Zazen into Christian Spirituality
(Kadowaki Kakichi)
106-121

A Response to Rev. Kadowaki
(Ueda Shizuteru)
122-123

Zen and the Art of What?
(Alexander Eliot)
124-130


Book Reviews

Bukkyō-go Daijiten by Nakamura Hajime
(J. W. de Jong)
131-134

The Lion's Roar of Queen Śrimālā Translated by Alex and Hideko Wayman
(Takasaki Jikido)
135-138

The Short Prajñāpāramitā Texts Translated by Edward Conze
(Nagao Gadjin)
139-142


NS09-2 (1976)
Articles

Dōgen, Hakuin, Bankei: Three Types of Thought in Japanese Zen (II)
(D. T. Suzuki)
1-20

The Concept of Grace in Paul, Shinran, and Luther
(Fritz Buri)
21-42

Creativity in the Buddhist Perspective
(Nolan Pliny Jacobson)
43-62

Education in Zen
(Abe Masao)
63-70


Translations

Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (II)
(Norman Waddell and Abe Masao)
71-87

Ichigon Hōdan (I)
(Dennis Hirota)
88-106


Review Article

Time-Being: East and West
(Joan Stambaugh)
107-114


Views & Reviews

Richard Wagner and Buddhism
(Dorothea Watanabe Dauer)
115-128

A Note on the Use of the Word Hīnayana in the Teaching of Buddhism
(Arvind Sharma)
129-133

The Mahāyāna Mahāparinirvāṇā-sūtra Translated by Koshō Yamamoto
(J. W. de Jong)
134-136

Exploring Mysticism by Frits Staal
(Michel Strickmann)
137-140

Muryōgi-kyō and Kanfugen-gyō translated by Yoshirō Tamura and Kōjirō Miyasaka
(Fukushima Kosai)
141-143


NS10-1 (1977)
Article

Zen as the Negation of Holiness
(Hisamatsu Shim'ichi)
1-12


Notes (Obituary)

Kaneko Daiei, 1881-1976 (by Bandō Shōjun): Yamaguchi Susumu, 1895-1976 (by Nagao Gadjin)
162-

Articles

The Salvation of the Unsaveable
(Iwamoto Yasunami)
13-34

The Religio-aesthetic of Matsuo Bashō
(Richard B. Pilgrim)
35-53

D. T. Suzuki and Mysticism
(Sakamoto Hiroshi)
54-67

Zen Buddhism, Freud, and Jung
(T. P. Kasulis)
68-91


Translation

Ichigon Hōdan (II)
(Dennis Hirota)
92-110


Views & Reviews

Shinran's Vision of Absolute Compassion
(Alfred Bloom)
111-123

Dōgen Kigen: Mystical Realist
(Higashi Sen'ichiro)
124-127


Review Article

A Survey of Tibetan Buddhist Studies
(Michel Strickmann)
128-149


Book Reviews

Folk Buddhist Religion: Dissenting Sects in Late Traditional China by Daniel L. Overmyer
(Chun-fang Yu)
150-155

Political Propaganda and Ideology into the Nature, Authors, and Function of the Tunhuang Document S. 6502. By Antonino Forte
(Michel Strickmann)
156-160

Tibetan Sacred Art by Detlef Ingo Lauf
(Michel Strickmann)
161-162
NS10-2 (1977)
Articles

Emptiness and Time
Nishitani Keiji
1-30

Article
Marco Pallis
31-48

The Mahāyānization of the Chinese Dhyāna Tradition
Neal Donner
49-64

Non-being-Being versus the Non-being of Being: Heidegger's Ontological Difference with Zen Buddhism
John Steffney
65-75

Symposium: Japanese Zen
Karaki Junzo, Osaka Koryu, & Haga Kōshirō
76-101


Translation

Dōgen's Hōkyō-ki (I)
Norman Waddell
102-139


Views & Reviews

Four Theological Negotiables: Gleanings from Daisetz Suzuki's Posthumous Volumes on Shin Buddhism
Huston Smith
140-154

The Psychodynamics of Buddhist Meditation: A Jungian Perspective
Miyuki Mokusen
155-168


Book Review

Scripture of the Lotus Blossom of the Fine Dharma (The Lotus Sutra). Translated from the Chinese version of Kumarajiva by Leon Hurvitz
J. W. de Jong
169-174



NS11-1 (1978)
Articles

Zen Hyakudai "One Hundred Zen Topics" (I)
Suzuki Daisetz
1-12

The Problem of Time in Shinran
Nishitani Keiji
13-26

From the Lotus Sutra to the Sutra of Eternal Life: Reflections on the Process of Deliverance in Shinran
Ōchō Enichi
27-36

The Meaning of Hīnayāna in Northern Ch'an
Robert Zeuschner
37-49


Translations

The Record of Ippen: Letters
Dennis Hirota
50-65

Dōgen's Hōkyō-ki (II)
Noman Waddell
66-84


Views & Reviews

Shinran's Way in the Modern World
Alfred Bloom
85-97

Sea Change: An Emerging Image of the Human
Frederick Franck
98-108


Book Reviews

The Holy Teaching of Vimalakīrti : A Mahāyāna ScriptureTranslated by Robert A. F. Thurman; and The Teaching of Vimalakīrti by Etienne Lamotte
Nagao Gadjin
109-111

Pure Land Buddhist Painting by Jōji Okazaki
Harold Stewart
112-113








NS11-2 (1978)
Articles

Zen Hyakudai "One Hundred Zen Topics" (II)
Suzuki Daisetz
1-11

The Process of Ultimate Transformation in Nāgārjuna's Madhyāmika
Frederick Streng
12-32

D. T. Suzuki as a Philosopher
Sakamoto Hiroshi
33-42

Existance/Time as the Way of Ascesis: An Analysis of the Basic Structure of Dōgen's Thought
Hee-Jin Kim
43-73

Painful Time, Ecstatic Time
David Michael Levin
74-112


Translation

The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (I)
Dennis Hirota
113-131


Views & Reviews

Emptiness is Suchness
Abe Masao
132-136

The Saddhā Concept in Buddhism
H. Saddhātissa
137-142


Book Reviews

Causality: The Central Philosophy of Buddhism by David J. Kalupahana. Buddhist Philosophy: A Historical Analysis by the same auther
Sakurabe Hajime
143-145

Letters of Shinran: A Translation of Mattōshō Editied by Yoshifumi Ueda
Bandō Shōjun
146-147

Risshō Ankoku Ron or Establish the Right Law and Save Our Country Translated by Senchu Murano
Bandō Shōjun
148-148













NS12-2 (1979)
Articles

Ordinary Mind
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
1-29

The Early Buddhist Notion of the Middle Path
David J. Kalupahana
30-48

Emptiness and History (I)
Nishitani Keiji
49-82

Suzuki Shōsan, Wayfarer
Winston L. King
83-103

The Stone Scripturer of Fang-shan
Li Jung-hsi
104-113


Translations

Being Time, Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Uji
N. A. Waddell
114-129

The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (II)
Dennis Hirota
130-147


Book Reviews

Both sides of the Circle: The Autobiography of Christmas Humphereys
Bandō Shōjun
148-149

The Inner Eye of Love: Mysticism and Religion by William Johnston
Winston L. King
150-152

Absolutes Nichts: Zur Grundlegung des Dialogs Zwischen Buddhismus und Christentum by Hans Waldenfels
Fritz Buri
153-156


NS12-2 (1979)
Articles

The Dharma Gate of Beauty
Yanagi Sōetsu
1-21

Eastern Buddhism and Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations
Paul Wienpahl
22-54

Emptiness and History (II)
Nishitani Keiji
55-71

Dharmadhātu : An Introduction to Hua-yen Buddhism
Kang-Nam Oh
72-91

The Religious Experience of Ippen
Kondō Tesshō
92-116


Translation

Selections from Suzuki Shōsan
Winston L. and Jocelyn B. King
117-143


Views & Reviews

Buddhism and the Status of Fiction
Gerald Doherty
144-149

Flight or Dialog ? : A Response to Book Reviews of The Inner Eye of Love and Christian Zen. By William Johnston
Diana M. Law
150-152


Book Reviews

Mahāyāna Buddhist Meditation : Theory and Practice Editied by Minoru Kiyota
J. W. de Jong
153-160

The Unknown Craftsman : A Japanese Insight into Beauty by Yanagi Soetsu
Frederick Franck
161-164




NS13-1 (1980)
Articles

Zen Hyakudai, "One Hundred Zen Topics" (III)
D. T. Suzuki
1-8

Emptiness and History (III)
Nishitani Keiji
9-30

The End of World Religion
Abe Masao
31-45

Wallace Stevens and Zen
Robert Aitken
46-51

Letter from Tibet
Francis B. Randall
52-56


Translations

Tannishō: Passages Deploring Deviations of Faith
Bandō Shōjun and Harold Stewart
57-78

Saichō's Mappō Tōmyōki: The Candle of the Latter Dharma
Robert F. Rhodes
79-103

The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (concluded)
Dennis Hirota
104-115


Views & Reviews

Too Easy a Simplicity: Watson's Ryokan
William R. Lafleur
116-127

The Myth as Lodestar
Frederick Franck
128-140

An East-West Spiritual Exchange: An Unusual Happening in the Religious World of 1979
Jan Van Bragt
141-150


Book Review

The Essence of Metaphysics: Abhidharmahṛdaya Translated by Charles Willeman;
Le couer de la loi supreme. Traite de Fa-chang. Abhidharmahṛdayaśāstra de Dharmasri Translated by I. Armelin
J. W. de Jong
151-158







NS13-2 (1980)
Articles

Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (I)
D. T. Suzuki
1-15

Buddhism and Christianity as Complementary
John B. Cobb, Jr
16-25

Shinran and Contenporary Thought
Takeuchi Yoshinori
26-45/TD>

Arthur Koestler's Criticism of D. T. Suzuki's Interpretation of Zen
Larry A. Fader
46-72


Translation

Zen Master Hakuin's Poison Words for the Heart (Dokugo Shingyō)
Norman Waddell
73-114


Views & Reviews

The Basic Constituent
Frederick Franck
115-126

Toward a Philosophy of Zen Buddhism: Prolegomena to an Understanding of Zen Experience and Nishida's "Logic of Place"
Robert E. Carter
127-130


Book Reviews

The Prajñāpāramitā Literature by Edward Conze
Nagao Gadjin
131-134

Tendai Buddhism: Collection of the Writings by Bruno Petzold
Michael Pye
135-136

Zen and the Ways by Trevor Leggett
Kadowaki Kakichi
137-142


Notes (Obituary)

Paul Dumieville, 1894-1979 (by Hurbert Durt):
Edward Conze, 1904-1979 (by Christmas Humphreys):
Tsukamoto Zenryū, 1898-1979 (by Nagao Gadjin and Leon Hurvitz)
143-150


NS14-1 (1981)
Articles

On the Record of Rinzai (I)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
1-12

Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (II)
D. T. Suzuki
13-25

Hisamatsu's Philosophy of Awakening
Abe Masao
26-42

Via Negativa in Mahāyāna Buddhism and Gnosticism
Karen Christina Lang
43-60

Mind and Metaphysics in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism
John Steffney
61-74


Translations

Musō Kokushi's Dialogues in Dream (Selections)
Kenneth L. Kraft
75-93

The Record of Ippen: Verse in Japanese
Dennis Hirota
94-112


Reminiscences

On My First Coming to Meet Dr. Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
Richard DeMartino
113-116

More than Just an Encounter
Kitahara Ryūtarō
117-122

A Blessing of Floral Ginger
Kondō Tesshō
123-124

Philosophy Worthy of the Name
William R. LaFleur
125-127

Remembering Hisamatsu Sensei
Sally Merrill
128-129

Some of Hisamatsu Sensei's Favorite Verses
Tokiwa Gishin
130-132


Book Reviews

A Glimpse of Nothingness by Janwillem van de Wetering
Gerald Doherty
133-136

Zen Enlightenment by Heinrich Dumoulin
Sakamoto Hiroshi
137-138

Buddhist-Christian Empathy by Joseph Spae
John B. Cobb, Jr.
138-139

Zen and the Bible by Kakichi Kadowaki
Higashi Sen'ichiro
139-141


Notes

Hisamatsu Shin'ichi, 1889-1980
142-149


NS14-2 (1981)
Articles

Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (concluded)
D. T. Suzuki
1-10

On the Record of Rinzai (II)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
11-21

The Hermeneutics of Practise in Dōgen and Francis of Assisi: An Exercise in Buddhist-Christian Dialogue
John C. Maraldo
22-46

Mahāyāna Buddhism and the Growing Perceptual Revolution
Flora Courtois
47-70

The Beginnings of Tenet Classification in China
Ōchō Enichi
71-94


Translation

The Record of Ippen: Verse in Chinese
Dennis Hirota
95-120


Views & Reviews

The Diary of a Zen Layman: The Philosopher Nishida Kitarō
Shibata Masumi
121-131

D. T. Suzuki and Pure Land Buddhism
Bandō Shōjun
132-136

A Candle in the Sunrise
Dorothy Green
137-152


Book Reviews

Record of Things Heard" from the Treasury of the Eye of the True Teaching Translated by Thomas Cleary
Tamaki Kōshirō
153-156

Hōbōgirin, Dictionnaire Encyclopedique du Bouddhisme d'apreles Sources Chinoises et Japonaises (Fascicule V)
Sakurabe Hajime
157-160


NS15-1 (1982)
Articles

What is Zen?
D. T. Suzuki
1-8

Emptiness and Fullness: Śūnyatā in Mahāyāna Buddhism
Ueda Shizuteru
9-37

A Buddhistic-Christian Probe of the Endangered Future
Nolan Pliny Jacobson
38-55

The Shin Faith of Rennyo
Minor L. Rogers
56-73

On the Record of Rinzai (III)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
74-86


Translation

The Sayings of Myōe Shōnin of Togano-o
Rebecca Rasmus
87-105


Views & Reviews

Zen in the Art of Reading: Ronald Barthes's The Pleasure of the Text
Gerald Doherty
106-115

Scholarly Approaches to Buddhism: A Political Analysis
Nathan Katz
116-121

Zen in the West: Historical and Philosophical Implications of the 1893 Parliament of Religions
Larry A. Fader
122-145


Book Reviews

The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhism Edited by Leslie S. Kawamura
J. W. de Jong
146-151

The Healing Buddha by Raoul Birnbaum
William J. H. Collins
152-154

NS15-2 (1982)
Articles

Talks on Buddhism (I)
D. T. Suzuki
1-9

The Meaning of Other Power in the Buddhist Way of Salvation
Takeuchi Yoshinori
10-27

The Bodhisattva as Metaphor to Jung's Concept of Self
James D. Thomas
28-52

Women in Buddhism
Kajiyama Yūichi
53-70


Translation

Wild Ivy (Itsumadegusa): The Spiritual Autobiography of Hakuin Ekaku (I)
Norman Waddell
71-109


Views & Review

Creation Ex Nihilo: A Madhyāmika Critique
John Ryder
110-124


Review Article

The Kyoto School and the West: Review and Evaluation
Thomas P. Kasulis
125-144


Book Reviews

A Buddhist Spectrum: Contributiions to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue by Marco Pallis
Huston Smith
145-146

A Zen Wave: Bashō's Haiku and Zen by Robert Aitken
Gerald Doherty
146-147

A Zen Forest: Sayings of the Masters Translated by Sōiku Shigematsu
Robert Aitken
148-152

Notes (Obituary)

Deshimaru Taisen, 1914-1982
153-155

NS16-1 (1983)
Articles

The Buddhist World-View as Elucidated in the Three-Nature Theory and Its Similes
Nagao Gadjin
1-18

Guidelines for Buddhist Social Activism Based on Nāgārjuna's Jewl Garland of Royal Counsels
Robert A. F. Thurman
19-51

Ascent and Descent: Zen in Comparison with Meister Eckhart (I)
Ueda Shizuteru
52-73

On the Record of Rinzai (IV)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
74-89


Translations

The Voicing of the Way: Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Dōtoku
Sakamoto Hiroshi
90-106

Wild Ivy (Itsumadegusa): The Spiritual Autobiography of Hakuin Ekaku (II)
Norman Waddell
107-139


Views & Reviews

A Note on Karma
Frederick Franck
140-147

To There and Back
Alfred Bloom
148-152

NS16-2 (1983)
Articles

Talks on Buddhism (II): Buddhism and Christianity
D. T. Suzuk
1-9

Spiritual Discipline in Zen and Comparative Perspective
Huston Smith
9-25

Expectations and Assertions: Perspectives for Growth and Adaptation in Buddhism
Luis O. G—mez
26-49

The Buddhist Ritual Use of Linked Verse in Medieval Japan
Gary L. Ebersole
50-71

Ascent and Descent: Zen Buddhism in Comparison with Meister Eckhart (II)
Ueda Shizuteru
72-91


Translation

Unnecessary Words: The Zen Dialogues of Bankei Yōtaku
Norman Waddell
92-113


Views & Reviews

Form is Emptiness: Reading the Diamond Sutra
Gerald Doherty
114-123

Reflections on Being Ordained
Ruth M. Tabrah
124-133


Notes (Obituary)

Christmas Humphreys, 1901-1983
134-139

NS17-1 (1984)
Articles

The Standpoint of Zen
Nishitani Keiji
1-26

Study and Practice
Irmgard Schloegl
27-41

Jung, Eastern Religion, and the Langueges of Imagination
Peter Bishop
42-56

The Mahāyāna Structure of Shinran's Thought (I)
Ueda Yoshifumi
57-78

Recent Buddhist Studies in Europe and America: 1973-1983
J. W. de Jong
79-107


Translation

Unnecessary Words: The Zen Dialogues of Bankei Yōtaku (II)
Norman Waddell
108-131


Views & Reviews

The Lotus Sutra in Japan
Nakao Takashi
132-137

Religious Visions: Experiential Grounds for the Pure Land Tradition
Carl B. Becker
138-153


Book Reviews

Japanese Pilgrimag e by Oliver Statler
Carmen Blacker
154-155

Grass Hill: Poems and Prose by the Japanese Monk Gensei. Translated by Burton Watson
Sakamoto Hiroshi
156-158

The Mirror Mind: Spirituality and Transformation by William Johnston
Morris J. Augustine
159-160


NS17-2 (1984)
Articles

Transmigration
Suzuki Daisetz
1-6

On the Doubt in the Heart
Nishida Kitarō
7-11

The Dialogue Between Hua-yen and Process Thought
Francis H. Cook
12-29

The Mahāyāna Strucuture of Shinran's Thought (II)
Ueda Yoshifumi
30-54

Nietzche and Nishitani on the Self through Time
Graham Parkes
55-74

On the Record of Rinzai (V)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
75-92


Translation

The Old Tea Seller: The Life and Poetry of Baisaō
Norman Waddell
93-123


Views & Reviews

Paradigms and Poems: A Review of LaFleur's The Karma of Words
James H. Sanford
124-133


Review Article

Buddhist Existentialism
Thomas P. Kasulis
134-141


Book Reviews

T'ien-t'ai Buddhism: An Outline of the Fourfold Teachings Editied by David W. Chappell
Paul Swanson
142-152

Taking the Path of Zen by Robert Aitken
Thomas Kirchner
145-147


Notes (Obituary)

Etienne Lamotte, 1903-1983
Hubert Durt
148-152


NS18-1 (1985)
Articles

Shin Buddhism (I)
D. T. Suzuki
1-7

Memories of My Academic Life
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
8-27

Seeking Enlightenment in the Last Age: Mappō Thought in Kamakura Buddhism
Jackie Stone
28-56

The Self in Jung and Zen
Abe Masao
57-70

The Awakening of Faith in the Myokonin Asahara Saichi
Satō Taira
71-89

Nothingness and Death in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism
John Steffney
90-104


Article (Dialogue)

DIALOGUE: Shinran's World
D. T. Suzuki, Kaneko Daiei, Soga Ryōjin, and Nishitani Keiji
105-119


Views & Reviews

The Nothingness Beyond God
Robert E. Carter
120-130

John Cobb's Beyond Dialogue
Abe Masao
131-137


Book Review

Unborn: The Life and Teachings of Zen Master Bankei by Norman Waddell; and Questions to a Zen Master by Taisen Deshimaru
Frederick Franck
138-142


NS18-2 (1985)
Articles

Shin Buddhism (II)
D. T. Suzuki
1-8

Charters and Ryōan-ji: Aesthetic Connections between Gothic Cathedral and Zen Garden
John D. Eusden
9-18

Kūkai's Philosophy as a Mandala
Okamura Keishin
19-34

Seeking Enlightenment in the Last Age: Mappō Thought in Kamakura Buddhism (II)
Jackie Stone
35-64

On the Record of Rinzai (VI)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
65-78


Translation

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu)
Norman Waddell
79-92


Views & Reviews

Zeami on the Essence of Art
Frederick Franck
93-98

Paradigm Lost, Paradigm Regained: Groping for the Mind of Medieval Japan
William R. LaFleur
99-113

Reflections on the Study of Buddhism: Notes on the Approaches of Ui Hakuju and D. T. Suzuki
Ueda Yoshifumi
114-130


Book Reviews

The Sūtra of Contemplation on the Buddha of Immeasurable Life as Expounded by Śākyamuni Buddha Edited by Yamada Meiji
Mark L. Blum
131-136

Echoes from the Bottomless Well by Frederick Franck
Hans Ringrose
137-139

The Major Writings of Nichiren DaiShōnin
Nichiren Shōshū International Center
Paul Jaffe
139-143

NS19-1 (1986)
Articles

Buddhism and Fine Arts in Kyoto
Tsukamoto Zenryū
1-16

Hermeneutics and Historicity in the Study of Buddhism
John C. Maraldo
17-43

Buddhism and Feminism: Toward Their Mutual Transformation (I)
Rita M. Gross
44-58

The Life and Art of Fugai Ekun (1568-1654)
Stephen Addiss
59-75

Freedom and Necessity in Shinran's Concept of Karma
Ueda Yoshifumi
76-100


Article (Dialogue)

DIALOGUE: Shinran's World (II)
D. T. Suzuki, Soga Ryōjin, Kaneko Daiei, and Nishitani Keiji
101-117


Views & Reviews

Play
Robert Aitken
118-122

Zen Meditation Western Style
Hans Ringrose
123-124

The Second Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter: A Report
Francis H. Cook
125-134


Book Review

Buddhism and American Thinkers
Kenneth K. Inada and Nolan Pliny Jacobson,eds.
Jan Van Bragt
135-138

The Warrior Koans: Early Zen in Japan by Trevor Leggett
Robert Aitken
139-141

NS19-2 (1986)
Articles

The Logic of Topos and the Religious Worldview
Nishida Kitarō
1-29

The Problem of Death in East and West: Immortality, Eternal Life, Unbornness
Abe Masao
30-61

Buddhism and Feminism: Toward Their Mutual Transformation
Rita M. Gross
62-74


Translation

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu) (2)
Norman Waddell
75-84


Views & Reviews

The Medieval West and Buddhism
Philip C. Almond
85-101

The Mirrors of Mahāyāna
Frederick Franck
102-108


Review Article

Abe Masao's Zen and Western Thought
Langdon Gilkey
109-121


Book Reviews

Nāgārjuniana: Studies in the Writings and Philosophy of Nāgārjuna by Christian Lindtner
Kajiyama Yūichi
122-123

Existential and Ontological Diamensions of Time in Heidegger and Dōgen by Steven Heine
Yusa Michiko
124-126

Le Sens de la Conversion dans l'Enseignement de Shinran by Denniss Gira
Shitoku A. Peel
127-129

Kyoko Nakamura, Miraculous Stories from the Japanese Buddhist Tradition ; Yoshiko Dykstra, Miraculous Tales of the Lotus Sutra from Ancient Japan ; Robert E . Morrell, Sand and Pebbles
Paul L. Swanson
130-132

The Sword of No-Sword by John Stevens
Robert Aitken
133-137

Zen Dawn. Translated by J. C. Cleary
John R. McRae
138-146

NS20-1 (1987)
Articles

David, Shankara, Hōnen
Frithjof Schuon
1-8

Is There a Zen Ethic?
James Whitehill
9-33

Kenosis as a Foundation for Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: The Kenotic Buddhology of Nishida and Nishitani of the Kyoto School in Relation to the Kenotic Christology of Thomas J. J. Altizer
Steve Odin
34-61

Buddhism and Fine Arts in Kyoto
Tsukamoto Zenryū
62-80

Logic of Topos and the Religious Worldview
Nishida Kitarō
81-119

On the Record of Rinzai (VII)
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
120-135


Views & Reviews

Signs of Hope
Frederick Franck
136-141


Book Reviews

Mind of Clover by Robert Aitken
Nishimura Eshin
142-143

A Zen Life: D. T. Suzuki Remembered
Edited by Abe Masao
Joan Stambaugh
144-148

Mahāyāna Texts Translated into Western Languages: A Bibliographical Guide Compliled by Peter Pfandt
Roderick S. Bucknell
149-150


Notes

The Review of No-Review: A Response to Robert Aitken
John Stevens
151-152

Robert Aitken Replies
Robert Aitken
153-154

NS20-2 (1987)
Articles

The Life of the Buddha: An Interpretation
Nagao Gadjin
1-31

Towards an Understanding of What is Inconceivable
John Ross Carter
32-52

Philosophy, Religion, and Aesthetics in Nishida and Whitehead
Abe Masao
53-62

The Religious Worldview of Nishida Kitarō
Yusa Michiko
63-76


Dialogue

Conversations with D. T. Suzuki (I)
D. T. Suzuki and Winston L. King
77-88

Translation

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu) (3)
Norman Waddell
89-99


Views & Reviews

The Buddha Does Not Know, He Sees
Frederick Franck
100-104

New Sanskrit Fragments of the Mahāyāna
Mahāparinirvāṇāsūtra in the Stein/Hoernle Collection: A Preliminary Report
Matsuda Kazunobu
105-114

From Dialogue to Mutual Transformation: The Third Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter
Reginald Ray
115-127


Review Article

Truth and Method in Dōgen Scholarship: A Review of Recent Works
Steven Heine
128-147

NS21-1 (1988)
Articles

Buddhism in the Poetry of Po Chu-i
Burton Watson
1-22

Realism and the Philosophy of Consciousness-Only
Hattori Masaaki (Translated by William Powell)
23-60

Kiyozawa Manshi and the Meaning of Buddhist Ethics
Mark L. Blum
61-81


Dialogue

Conversations with D. T. Suzuki (II)
D. T. Suzuki and Winston L. King
82-100


Translation

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō Roku Kaien Fusetsu) (4)
Norman Waddell
101-117


Views & Reviews

The Zen of Jesus
Kenneth P. Kramer
118-130


Book Reviews

The Christ and the Bodhisattva
Edited by Donald S. Lopez and Steven C. Rockefeller
Jan Van Bragt
131-133

No Abode: The Record of Ippen by Dennis Hirota
Leslie S. Kawamura
134-135

Saichō: The Establishment of the Japanese Tendai School by Paul Groner
Paul L. Swanson
136-138

Rationality and Mind in Early Buddhism by Frank J. Hoffman
Paul J. Griffiths
139-142

NS21-2 (1988)
Articles

Dōgen's View on Time and Space
Abe Masao
1-35

Buddhist Economics
Glen Alexandrin
36-53

The Nine Faces of Death: "Su Tung-po's" Kuzō-shi
James H. Sanford
54-77


Dialogue

DIALOGUE
Shinran's World (III)
D. T. Suzuki, Soga Ryōjin, Kaneko Daiei, and Nishitani Keiji
D. T. Suzuki, Soga Ryōjin, Kaneko Daiei, and Nishitani Keiji
78-94


Translation

Rennyo's Letters (Rennyo Shōnin Ofumi): Fascicle Five
Ann T. Rogers and Minor L. Rogers
95-123


Views & Reviews

All and Nothing: St. John of the Cross and the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue
William Johnston
124-144
NS22-1 (1989)
Articles

The Zen Buddhist Experience of the Truly Beautiful
Ueda Shizuteru
1-36

Love and Compassion as Given
John Ross Carter
34-53

The Japanese Noh Drama in Ritual Perspective
Richard B. Pilgrim
54-70

Dōgen and the Japanese Religio-Aesthetic Tradition
Steven Heine
71-95


Translation

"The Relationship between Religious Morality and Common Morality" by Kiyozawa Manshi
Mark L. Blum
96-110


Views & Reviews

Cosmology and Metanoia: Buddhist Path to Process Thought for the West
James Fredericks
111-127

Non-dualism and Soteriology in Whitehead, Nishida, and Tanabe: A Response to James Fredericks
Christopher Ives
128-138

NS22-2 (1989)
Articles

Jung, Pure Land Buddhism and Psychological Faith
Peter Bishop
1-13

Buddhist Self-World Theory and Buddhist Ethics
Winston L. King
14-26

Letting Go Buddhist & Christian Models
Jay C. Rochelle
27-47

Masao Abe's Zen and Western Thought
Thomas Dean
48-77


Translations

Wu-men Kuan, Case 11, Chao-chou and the Hermits
Robert Aitken
78-84

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu) (5)
Norman Waddell
85-104


Views & Reviews

Sprinklings
Hirose Takashi
105-119


Book Reviews

Buddhism Made Plain: An Introduction to Christians by Antony Fernando
Jan Van Bragt
120-122

Was ist der Weg : er liegt vor deinem Augen, Zen-Meditation in japanische Gaerten by Rudolf Seitz
Bhikkhu Pasadika
123-125

The Nothingness Beyond God by R. E. Carter
Yamamoto Seisaku
126-129


Notes

The Pratform Sutra in Religious and Cultural Perspective
John R. McRae
130-135

Yamada Mumon, 1900-1988
Tokiwa Gishin
136-144

NS23-1 (1990)
Articles

Shin Buddhism (3)
Daisetz T. Suzuki
1-9

The Transmutation of Emotion in Rinzai Zen and Nietzsche
Graham Parkes
10-25

The Middle Way of Emptiness in Modern Japanese Philosophy and the Zen Oxherding Pictures
Steve Odin
26-44

The Dragon Who Never Sleeps: Verses for Zen Buddhist Practise
Robert Aitken
45-55

A Holographic Alternative to a Traditional Yogacārā Simile: An Analysis of Vasubandhu's Trisvabhava Doctrine
Stephen Kaplan
56-78

Masao Abe on Zen and Western Thought (II):
First Order Issues
Thomas Dean
79-113


Translation

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu) (6)
Norman Waddell
114-137


Book Reviews

The Major Writings of Nichiren DaiShōnin
Nichiren Shōshū International Center
George J. Tanabe, Jr.
138-140

Dōgen's Manual of Zen Meditation by Carl Bielefeldt
Hee-Jin Kim
141-145

The Marathon Monks of Mount Hiei by John Stevens
Peter Schneider
146-147

The Art of Zen: Paintings and Calligraphy by Japanese Monks 1600-1925 by Stephen Addiss
Willa Jane Tanabe
148-149

La naturaleza de Buda (Shōbōgenzō) by Dōgen.
Translated and edited by Felix E. Prieto
James Heisig
150-152

Notes

Remembering Yamada Kōun Rōshi
Robert Aitken
152-154
NS23-2 (1990)
Articles

Religious-Philosophical Existence in Buddhism
Nishitani Keiji
1-17

Freedom and Language in Meister Eckhart and Zen Buddhism, Part 1
Ueda Shizuteru
18-59

The Flower Blossoms 'Without Why': Beyond the Heidegger-Kuki Dialogue on Contemplative Language
Steven Heine
60-86

Conflict, the Unconscious and Psychotherapeutic Method in Freud and Zen Buddhism
John Steffney
87-105


Translation

On Attaining the Settled Mind: Anjinketsujōshō, Part 1
Dennis Hirota
106-121


Views & Reviews

On the Criteria of Being Human
Frederick Franck
122-135


Notes (Obituary)

Father Hugo Lasalle, 1898-1990
Kadowaki Kakichi
136-138

NS24-1 (1991)
Articles

A Buddhist Voice in the Demythologizing Debate
Nishitani Keiji
1-27

Buddhist Omniscience
Alex Naughton
28-51

Freedom and Language in Meister Eckhart and Zen Buddhism, Part 2
Ueda Shizuteru
52-80


Translations

On Attaining the Settled Mind: Anjinketsujōshō, Part 2
Dennis Hirota
81-96

Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku Kaien Fusetsu) (7)
Norman Waddell
97-122


Views & Reviews

Imaginary Dialogue between Heidegger and a Buddhist with Aplogies for Possible Implausibilities of the Personalities
Joan Stambaugh
123-134


Book Reviews

Foundatiions of T'ien-t'ai Philosophy : The Flowering of the Two Truths Theory in Chinese Buddhism by Paul L. Swanson
Hubert Durt
135-139

Book of Serenity
Translated by Thomas Cleary
Taigen Dan Leighton
140-143

Meister Bankei, Die Zen-Lehre vom Ungeborenen: Leben und Lehre des grossen Japanischen Quellen Herausgegeben Edited and Translated by Norman Waddell
Bhikkhu Pasadika
143-146

Shōbōgenzō-zuimonki, Dōgen Zen and
Shikantaza: An Introduction to Zazen by Okumura Shohaku
Teijō R. Munnich
147-149
NS24-2 (1991)
Articles

The Buddha's Life as Parable for Later Buddhist Thought
Nagao Gadjin
1-32

Beyond Christianity: Transcendentalism and Zen
Stephen Morris
33-68

Zen and the Brain: The Construction and Dissolution of the Self
James H. Austin
69-97


Translation

"No Eye: A Word to the Wise": Teshima Toan's Commentary on Ikkyū's Mizu Kagami
Janine A. Sawada
98-122


Review Article

Poetry and Risk: Ideology's Edge in Dōgen and Tamekane
William R. LaFleur
123-140


Book Reviews

The Dawn of Chinese Pure Land Buddhist Doctrine by Kenneth K. Tanaka
Mark L. Blum
141-143

Buddha Nature by Sallie B. King
Paul Swanson
144-146

The Origins of Indian Psychology by N. Ross Reat
Alex Naughton
147-148


Notes (Obituary)

Nishitani Keiji, 1900-1990
Abe Masao
149-152

NS25-1 (1992)
Articles

My Teacher
Ueda Shizuteru
1-7

Practice, Samādhi, Realization: Three Innovative Interpretations by Nishitani Keiji
John Maraldo
8-20

Some Thoughts on the Thought of Nishitani Keiji
Richard J. DeMartino
21-27

Nishitani the Prophet
Jan Van Bragt
28-50


Reminiscence

Discontinuity in Time
Robert E. Carter
70-73

The Man of the Circle: A Table Talk : 1984
Hakan Eilert
74-78

Movements
Dora Fischer-Barnicol
79-83

In Memoriam
Frederick Franck
84-85

Dirty Water, Clear Thinking
James W. Heisig
85-91

The Zen Practice of Nishitani Keiji
Horio Tsutomu
92-96

Layman Keisei Nishitani
Kajitani Sūnin Rōshi
97-98

A Man of the Universe
Mutō Kazuo
99-100

A Small Fish Swallows a Large Fish
Ōhashi Ryōsuke
101-102

A Tenacious Power of Thinking
Ōkochi Ryōgi
103-104

"A Citizen of the Cosmos? : Ridiculous!"
Graham Parkes
105-108

Nishitani Keiji the Person
Sasaki Jōshū
109-111

Talks on the Shōbōgenzō
Sasaki Tōru
112-113

"Sitting on a High, Bare Mountain Peak Overlooking a Wide Vista"
Eberhard Scheiffle
114-124

Anecdotes That Now Seem Ancient
Shimomura Toratarō
125-127

The Spirit of Poverty
Takeuchi Yoshinori
128-129

"The Flower Blooms on the Cliff's Edge"
Notto R. Thelle
130-136

Thinking of Life
Tsujimura Kōichi
137-138

Reminiscence
Ueda Yoshifumi
139-141

Remembering Sensei
Hans Waldenfels
142-146

Words That Remain in the Heart
Yagi Seiichi
147-148

The Eternal is the Transient is The Eternal: "A Flower Blooms and the Whole World Arises"
Yusa Michiko
149-154


Notes

Outline Chronology; Translations into Western languages (Nishitani Keiji)
155-163

NS25-2 (1992)
Articles

Is There a Buddhist Ethic for the Modern World?
Winston L. King
1-13

The Genealogy of Sorrow: Japanese View of Life and Death
Ōmine Akira
14-29

Buddhist Poet-Priests of the T'ang
Burton Watson
30-58

The Place of Man in the Noh Play
Ueda Shizuteru
59-88

Buddhism and Christianity: The Common Ground. A Study of the Radical Theologies of Meister Eckhart and Abe Masao
Stephen Morris
89-118


Translation

Sermons on the Precepts and Monastic Life by the Shingon Vinaya Master Jiun
Paul B. Watt
119-128


Book Reviews

Les Doctrines de l'Ecole Japonaise Tendai au Debut du IX Siecle by Jean-Noel Robert
Hubert Durt
129-132

A Study of Dōgen by Masao Abe
Joan Stambaugh
133-136

The Religious Philosophy of Nishitani Keiji Edited by Taitetsu Unno;
The Religious Philosophy of Tanabe Hajime Edited by T. Unno and James W. Heisig
Ruben L. F. Habito
137-143

Cultivating the Empty Field
James K. Morton
144-148


Notes (Obituary)

Kobori Nanrei, 1918-1992
Hori Sōgen
149-152

NS26-1 (1993)
Articles

Myōkōnin Osono
Yanagi Sōetsu
1-9

The Literary Bearing of Chicago's 1893 World's Parliament of Religions
Eric J. Ziolkowski
10-25

Zen and Buddhism
Abe Masao
26-49

Shinran's View of Language: A Buddhist Hermeneutics of Faith (Part One)
Dennis Hirota
50-93


Reminiscence

The Kyoto Philosopher's Call "Ad Fontes" : Asian Humanism
Klaus Otte
94-100


Views & Reviews

Engaging the Void: Emerson's Essay on Experience and the Zen Experience of Emptiness
John G. Rudy
101-125

A Crash Course in Redical Buddhism
Frederick Franck
126-131


Book Reviews

The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism by Nishitani Keiji. Translated by Graham Parkes and Setsuko Aihara
Yusa Michiko
132-134

Studies in the Literature of the Great Vehicle Edited by Luis O. Gomez and Jonathan A. Silk
Sakurabe Hajime
135-137

Once Upon a Future Time by Jan Nattier
Jamie Hubbard
138-146

Existence and Enlightenment in the Laṅkāvatāra-sūtra by Florin Giripescu Sutton
Robert Kritzer
147-154

NS26-2 (1993)
Articles

Kiyozawa's Living Presence
D. T. Suzuki
1-10

The Beginnings of Buddhism
J. W. de Jong
11-30

"Dun ": A Chinese Concept as a Key to "Mysticism" in East and West
Urs App
31-72

A Report on the 1993 Parliament of World's Religions
Abe Masao
73-75

Two Types of Unity and Religious Pluralism
Abe Masao
76-85

Unity and Ultimate Reality: A Response to Masao Abe
Donald W. Mitchell
86-90

Shinran's View of Lanuage: A Buddhist Hermeneutics of Faith (Part Two)
Dennis Hirota
91-130


Translation

Two Addresses By Shaku Sōen:
"The Law of Cause and Effect, as Taught by Buddha." Translated by D. T. Suzuki;
"Reflections on an American Journey."
Translated by W. S. Yokoyama
W. S. Yokoyama
131-148


Book Reviews

Flowing Traces: Buddhism in the literary and Visual Arts of Japan . Edited by James H. Sanford et al.
Elizabeth Kenney
149-155

Tibetan Buddhism , edited by Steven D. Goodman and Ronald M. Davidson;
In the Mirror of Memory , edited by Janet Gyatso
Robert Kritzer
156-162

NS27-1 (1994)
Articles

Zen Hyakudai: One Hundred Zen Topics (Part Four)
D. T. Suzuki
1-9

The Practice of Zen
Ueda Shizuteru
10-29

Pure Land Buddhism as an Alternative Mārga
Mark L. Blum
30-77

Dialogue: Zen and Shin
D.T. Suzuki and Soga Ryōjin
78-95


Translation

A Chronological Biography of Zen Priest Hakuin: Hakuin Ōsho Nempu
N. A. Waddell
96-155


Book Reviews

An Index to Asanga's Mahāyāna -samgraha Edited by Gadjin M. Nagano
Mark L. Blum
156-157

The Manuscripts of Nanatsu-dera by Ochiai Toshinori
Elizabeth Kenney
158-162

NS27-2 (1994)
Articles

Suffering in the Light of Our time, Our Time in the Light of Suffering
Abe Masao
1-13

Engaged Buddhism: Past, Present, Future
Winston L. King
14-29

The Simplicity of Dōgen
John T. Brinkman
30-52

Shin Buddhist Attitudes towards the Kami: From Shinran to Rennyo
Robert F. Rhodes
53-80


Translation

A Chonological Biography of Zen priest Hakuin: (Hakuin Ōsho Nempu), Part 2.
Norman Waddell
81-129


Views & Reviews

The Far Side of Nothingness: Reading Mitchell' s Spirituality and Emptiness
James L. Fredericks
130-139

A Response to James Freadericks
Donald W. Mitchell
140-144

The Transformation of the Self in Mahāyāna Buddhism
Kurethara S. Bose
145-156


Book Review

Mark R. Mullins et al., eds., Religion& Society in Modern Japan
Leslie S. Kawamura
157-168

NS28-1 (1995)
Articles

Reflection on the Pure Land
D. T. Suzuki
1-16

Trancendense
Joan Stambaugh
17-28

Nishida' s Thought
Ueda Shizuteru
29-47

Searching for the Origins of the Mahāyāna : What Are We Looking For?
Paul Harrison
48-69


Translation

Treatise on No-Mind: A Chan Text from Dunhuang
Urs App
70-107


Views & Reviews

Women' s Birth in Pure Land as Women: Intimations from the Letters of Eshinni
James Dobbins
108-122

Two Thinkers on Shin: Selections from the Writings of Soga Ryōjin and Kaneko Daiei
W. S. Yokoyama
123-154


Book Reviews

Four Volumes in the BDK English Tripitaka
J. W. de Jong
155-161

Rediscovering the West by Steven Rowe
John S. Yokota
162-163

The Essential Teachings of Zen Master Hakuin by Norman Waddell
Robert Aitken
163-164

Lotus Moon . Translated by John Steavens
Patricia J. Fister
165-166

NS28-2 (1995)
Articles

The Logic of Abusolute Nothingness, As Expounded by Nishida Kitarō
Abe Masao
167-175

The Difficulty of Undestanding Nishida's Philosophy
Ueda Shizuteru
175-182

The Ploblem of World Culture: Towards an Appropriation of Nishida' s Phirosophy of Nation and Culture
John C. Maraldo
183-197

Tanabe' s Logic ofthe Specific and the Critique of the Gloval Village
James W. Heisig
198-224

My Friend Nishida Kitarō
D.T. Suzuki
225-230

Nishida' s "Gutoku Shinran."
Dennis Hirota
231-244


Views & Reviews

"The Retirement Speech of a Certain Professor"
Nishida Kitarō
245-247

The Simplicity of Nichiren
John T. Brinkman
248-264

Response to Joan Stambaugh' s "Transcendence"
Frederic Franck
265-272

In Zen Buddhism?
David Loy
273-286

Reflections on Nishida Studies
Michiko Yusa
287-296


List

Nishida Kitarō in Translation: Primary Sources in Western Languages
297-302


Book Reviews

The Lotus Sutra Translated by Burton Watson
J. W. de Jong
303-304

Hōbōgirin Buddhist Dictionary vol. 7
J. W. de Jong
304-307

BDK English Tripitaka 10-1
J. W. de Jong
307-309

Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue by Masao Abe
James L. Fredericks
310-311

NS29-1 (1996)
Articles

The Problem of Anjin in Zen (I)
Nishitani Keiji
1-32

The Origin of the Pure Land
Fujita Kotatsu
33-51

Satori in St. John of the Cross
Christpher Nugent
52-65

Buddhist Enlightement and Hegelian Teleology: The Dialectic of the Means and End of Enlightenment
BockJa Kim
66-84


Views & Reviews

The Theoretical Foundations of Zen Buddhism
Kurethara S. Bose
85-98

Abusolute Nothoingness and Emptiness in Nishitani Keiji: An Essay from the Perspective of Classical Buddhist Thought
Paul L. Swanson
99-108

Young D. T. Suzuki' s Views on Society
Kirita Kiyohide
109-133


Book Reviews

Mysticism: Buddhist and Christian by Paul Mommaers & Jan Van Bragt
Frederick Franck
134-137

Rude Awakenings Editied by James W. Heisig & John C. Maraldo
Robert W. Adams
138-140

Buddhist Spirituality Editied by Takeuchi Yoshinori
Ruben L. F. Habito
141-146

Japan in Traditional and Postmodern Perspectives
Editied by Charles W. Fu & Steven Heine
Richard Gardner
147-151

NS29-2 (1996)
Articles

The Fundamental Problem of Shinran' s Thought (Part I)
Takeuchi Yoshinori
153-158

On Entering the Religious Life: A Dilemma, ACatholic Response, A Zen Response
Douglas Mikkelson
159-171

Sōseki and Buddhism: Reflections on his Later Works (Part I)
Ueda Shizuteru
172-206

The Nembutsu Zen of the Disciples of the Fifth Patriarch
Ui Hakuju
207-238


Views & Reviews

The Study of Buddhist Monastic Practice: Reflections on Robert Buswell' s The Zen Monastic Experience
Victor Sōgen hori
239-261

Mysticism and Beyond. Buddhist Phenomenology (Part II)
Henk Barendregt
262-287


Book Reviews

Studies in Abhidharma Literature by Erich Frauwallner
Sakurabe Hajime
288-290

The Zen Eye: Collected Talks of Sokei-an Edited by Mary Farkas
Tim Pallis
291-297

The Great Calming and Contemplation by Neal Donner & Daniel B.Stevenson
Robert F. Rodes
298-301

NS30-1 (1997)
Articles

Coincidentia Oppositorum and Love, Nishida Kitarō. with an Introduction
Michael Finkenthal
1-12

From Nothingness to Nothingness: The Nature and Destiny
Robert H. Paslick
13-31

Sōseki and Buddhism: Reflections on His Later Works (II)
Ueda Shizuteru
32-52

St. Francis Xavier' s Discovery of Japanese Buddhism: Chapter in the European Discovery of Buddhism (Part 1: Before the Arrival in Japan, 1547-1549)
Urs App
53-78

A Study on the Origine of Mahāyāna Buddhism
Sasaki Shizuka
79-113


Views & Reviews

The Significanse of John Keenan's Mahāyāna Theology
Joseph S. O' Leary
114-132

Shinran and Authority in Buddhism
Galen Amstutz
133-146


Book Reviews

The Social Self in Zen and American Pragmatism by Steve Odin
Nobuhiko Abe
147-151

Watsuji Tetsurō's Rinrigaku: Ethics in Japan
Watsuji Tetsurō. Translated by Yamamoto Seisaku and Robert E. Carter
Shigenori Nagatomo
152-158

NS30-2 (1997)
Articles

Ethics and Social Responsibility in Buddhism
Abe Masao
161-172

The Deployment of Western Philosophy in Meiji Buddhist Revival
Judith Snodgrass
173-198

The Game of Go: An Unexpected Path to Enlightenment
William S. Cobb
199-213

St. Francis Xavier's Discovery of Japanese Buddhism: A Chapter in the European Discovery of Buddhism (Part 2: From Kagoshima to Yamaguchi,1549-1551)
Urs App
214-244


Views & Reviews

The Past as a Problem of the Presant: Zen, the Kyoto School, and Nationalism
Taitetsu Unno
245-266

Understanding Shinran and the Burden of Traditional Dogmatics
Gregory Gibbs
267-286

Upāya: Stratagems of the Great Compassion
Frederick Franck
287-293


Book Reviews

Interpreting Amida by Galen Amstutz
John Ross Carter
294-297

Madhyāmika in China by Ming-Wood Liu
Robert F. Rodes
298-299

Religious Pluralism and Christian Truth by Joseph S. O' leary
David R. Loy
300-307

Two Denkōroku translations
Taigen Dan Leighton
308-314

NS31-1 (1998)
Articles

Rennyo the Restorer (I)
Kaneko Daiei
1-11


Book Review (1997)

Eidō Shimano Rōshi & Charles Vacher, ed. and trans., Shōbōgenzō-uji-Etre-temps- Being-time
Joan Stambaugh
135-


Articles

Faith and Self-Awakening: A Search for the Category Coverring All Religious Life
Abe Masao
12-24

Zen and Analytical Philosophy
James A. Ryan
25-39

Francis Xavier' s Discovery of Japanese Buddhism (III) A Chapter inthe European Discovery of Buddhism (Part 3: From Yamaguchi to India 1551-1552)
Urs App
40-71


Views & Reviews

True Sitting: A Discussion with Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
Jeff Shore
72-84

Ontology without Axiology? A Review of Masao Abe's Account of the Problem of Good & Evil from a Western Philosophical Perspective
Kim BockJa
85-108


Review Article

Matters of Life and Deth: The Midding Way as a New Buddhist Humanism?
Richard A. Gardner
109-124


Book Reviews

Zen & Comparative Studies by Masao Abe
James Fredericks
125-126

The Sutra of the Ten Kings by Steven Teiser
James Robson
127-134

Shōbōgenzō-uji-Etre-temps-being-time by Eidō Shimano Roshi, Charles Vacher, ed. and trans.
Joan Stambaugh
135-152

NS31-2 (1998)
Articles

Basic Thoughts Underlying Eastern Ethical and Social Practice (1962)
Daisetz T. Suzuki
153-178

The Knowing Body: Nishida's Philosophy of Active Intuition (Kōiteki chokkan)
Matteo Cestari
179-208

Rennyo the Restorer, Part 2
Kaneko Daiei
209-218


Dialogue

Perspectives on Self-Emptying: A Zen-Catholic Dialogue between Richard J. DeMartino and Kenneth P. Kramer
Richard DeMartino and Kenneth Kramer
219-244


Translation

The Legacy of Rennyo Shōnin: Rennyo Shōnin Itokuki
Nabata Takashi (Introduction)
W. S. Yokoyama ( Translation)
245-262


Views & Reviews

Retrieving the Past? A Consideration of Texts, APPENDIX: Shaku Sōyen, "Arbitration Instead of War"
Judith Snodgrass
263-270

Nishida on the Freedom of the will
William S.Cobb
271-277

The Hermeneutics of Critical Buddhism
Joseph S. O'Leary
278-294


Review Article

Abe Masao's Legacy: Awakening to Reality through the Death of the Ego and Providing Spiritual Ground for the Modern World
Jeff Shore
295-307