Original Series (1921-1958) Index

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OS01-1 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomized. Part One Translation 1-12
OS01-1 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Purifer and Liberator of Life Article 13-37
OS01-1 1921 Gesshō Sasaki Philosophyical Foundations of the Shin Sect Article 38-46
OS01-1 1921 Chizen Akanuma The Buddha Article 47-60
OS01-1 1921 Beatrice Lane Suzuki What is Mahāyāna Buddhism? Article 61-69
OS01-1 1921 Shūgaku Yamabe "Wasan" or Buddhist Hymns Article 70-79
OS01-1 1921
Organisation of the Eastern Buddhist Society: Publication of The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 80-85
OS01-1 1921
The 1300th Anniversary of Prince Shōtoku: The 1100th Anniversary of Dengyō Daisi: The Septenary Celebration of Nichiren: Controversy over the authorship of the Awakening of Faith in the Mahāyāna: Kwannon Bosatsu of Yumedono

Notes 86-90
OS01-1 1921
Some of the Important Buddhist Books Recently Published in Japan (Bukkyō Daijiten by Tokunō Oda: Bukkyō Daijii by the Nishi Hongwanji: Meijishū by Otto Rosenberg: Zenshū Jiten by Kodo Yamada: etc.) Book Review 91-94
OS01-2 1921 Senshō Murakami Mahāyāna Buddism Article 95-108
OS01-2 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddha in Mahāyāna Buddhism
Article 109-122
OS01-2 1921 Shūgaku Yamabe Amida as Saviour of the Soul Article 123-130
OS01-2 1921 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Bodhisattvas Article 131-139
OS01-2 1921 L. Adams Beck Shinran, Founder of the Shin Sect Article 140-146
OS01-2 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomised. Part Two Translation 147-155
OS01-2 1921
Not Sectarian: The Object of The Eastern Buddhist: The Removal of the Edditional Office: New Interest Awakened in Buddhism: Apology for Delay Editorial 156-161
OS01-2 1921
Dr. Nanjyō's Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra: Dr. Tsuji on the History of Japanese Buddhism: The Death of Rev. Horio, of the Jōdo Sect: Rev. Arai, of the Sōtō Zen : goes abroad: Prof. Teramoto's translation of A History of Buddhism in Khotan: On The Japanese Buddhist Periodicals: The Eastern Branch of Hongwanji taking census: Prof. Sasaki's departure for Europe: Contributors: A Letter from a Reader) Notes and Correspondence 162-165
OS01-3 1921 Gesshō Sasaki What is the True Sect of the Pure Land? Article 167-179
OS01-3 1921 Chizen Akanuma The Buddha as Preacher Article 180-193
OS01-3 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Revelation of a New Truth in Zen Buddhism Article 194-228
OS01-3 1921 Beatrice Suzuki The New Buddhist Movement in Germany Article 229-232
OS01-3 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Notes on the Avataṃsaka Sūtra Article 233-236
OS01-3 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, Part Three Translation 237-242
OS01-3 1921
"One Germant, One Bowl" : The Mahāyāna View of Freedom Editorial 243-247
OS01-3 1921
Great Buddha from the Yun-kang Rock-carvings: A Branch School of Tōkō University in Korea: Prof. Akanuma on the Buddhism of the Āgamas Notes 248-252
OS01-4 1921 Kwoyen Ōtani The First Step towards the Realisation of World-Peace Article 253-258
OS01-4 1921 Sonyu Ōtani The Washington Conference from the Buddhist Point of View Article 259-264
OS01-4 1921 Shinkō Mochidzuki The Possibility of Permanent Peace Article 265-269
OS01-4 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Why do We Fright? Article 270-281
OS01-4 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, part Four Translation 282-290
OS01-4 1921
Why not a League of Religions? Editorial 291-294
OS01-4 1921
Professor M. Anesaki and a Zen Poem: Our Contributors Notes 295-299
OS01-4 1921
Bukkyō Bijutsu Kowa (Talks on Buddhist Art), by Gemmyō Ono: Shina Bukkyō Shisoshi (History of Buddhist Thought in China), by Yesho Tachibana Book Review 300-302
OS01-5&6 1922 Hakuju Uyi On the Development Of Buddhism in India Article 303-315
OS01-5&6 1922 Beatrice Lane Suzuki Hōnen Shōnin and the Jōdo Ideal Article 316-336
OS01-5&6 1922 Shūgaku Yamabe The Way to the Land of Bliss Article 337-340
OS01-5&6 1922 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Some Aspects of Zen Buddhism Article 341-365
OS01-5&6 1922 L. Adams Beck The Blessed One, A Story of the Buddha Article 366-386
OS01-5&6 1922
Concerning The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 387-390
OS01-5&6 1922
The International Buddhist Union: Shinran Revival: A Shingon Dictionary: A Chinese Professor and the Shingon Sect: A New Edition of the Tripitaka: Prof. Tokiwa's Trip to China: Buddhist Psalms: The Buddhist Dictionary: A Korean Buddhist Magazine: The Life of Hōnen in English: The Mahāyāna: Prof. Uyi Notes 391-399
OS01-5&6 1922
A Letter from Captain J. E. Ellam, Secretary of the International Buddhist Union, General Secretary of The Buddhist Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Editor of The Buddhist Review Corrspondence 406-407
OS02-1&2 1923 Chizen Akanuma On the Triple Body of the Buddha Article 1-29
OS02-1&2 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Meditation Hall and Ideals of the Monkish Discipline Article 30-72
OS02-1&2 1923 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: I. Tōfukuji Article 73-77
OS02-3&4 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Psychological School of Mahāyāna Buddhism Article 105-128
OS02-3&4 1923 Beatrice Lane Suzuki Fudō the Immovable Article 129-153
OS02-3&4 1923 Gesshō Sasaki The Enlightened Mind of the Buddha and the Shin Sect Article 154-162
OS02-3&4 1923 Shaku Hannya The Prajñā-Pāramitā-Hṛdaya Sūtra Article 163-175
OS02-3&4 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Ten Cow-herding Pictures Article 176-195
OS02-3&4 1923 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: II. Kiyomidzu-dera Article 196-204
OS02-5 1923 Kakunyo Shōnin (1270-1351), trans. by D.T.Suzuki The Life of Shinran Shōnin Translation 217-235
OS02-5 1923 Gesshō Sasaki The Religion of Shinran Shōnin Article 236-259
OS02-5 1923 Shūgaku Yamabe The Buddha and Shinran Article 260-277
OS02-5 1923 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: III. Higashi Honganji, and the Funeral Ceremony of the Late Abbot of Higashi Hongwanji Article 278-284
OS02-5 1923 Kogetsu Mino Shinran Revival of the Last Year Article 285-291
OS02-6 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Chinese Interpretation of the Doctrine of Enlightenment Article 293-347
OS02-6 1923 Bruno Petzold Dengyō Daishi and German Theology Article 348-357
OS02-6 1923 Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation from the Chinese Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa) Translation 358-366
OS02-6 1923 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IV. Chion-in Article 367-374
OS02-6 1923
The Eastern Buddhist: Buddhists and Hunting Editorial 375-377
OS02-6 1923
T. W. Rhys Davids: The Shinran Shōnin Celebration Notes 378-386
OS02-6 1923
Asvagosha's Awakening of Faith: Zen Poem: "The Buddha's Triple Body" Corrspondence 387-388
OS03-1 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Enlightenment and Ignorance Article 1-31
OS03-1 1924 Robert Cornell Armstrong The Doctrine of the Tendai Sect Article 32-54
OS03-1 1924 Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation) Translation 55-69
OS03-1 1924 Beatrice Lane Suzuki Kōbō Daishi Article 70-75
OS03-1 1924 Seiren (Blue Lotus) Kyoto Temple Celebrations Article 76-79
OS03-1 1924
The Eathquake Disaster and the Publication of The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 80-82
OS03-1 1924
Prof. Sasaki's Work on Vasubandhu's Viṃśaka-Kārikā:
the Central Conception of Buddhism by Prof. Stcherbatsky: Prof. Kimura on Abhidharma Treatises: Buddhist Revival in China: etc.
Notes 83-91
OS03-2 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Sayings of a Modern Tariki Mystic Article 93-116
OS03-2 1924 Rudolf Otto, intro. and trans. by Prajna Professor Rudolf Otto on Zen Buddhsm Article 117-125
OS03-2 1924 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temple of Kamakura, I. Article 126-137
OS03-2 1924 Hōkei Izumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 138-153
OS03-2 1924 William Stede A Deeper Aspect of the Present European Situation Article 154-157
OS03-2 1924 Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama Article 158-186
OS03-2 1924
Dr Tagore's second visit to Japan: Dr Hodous's work on Chinese Buddhism: Prof. Pratt's lecture in Peking: Buddhism in China: A Kyoto Zen temple burned by incendiary: A new translation of the Smaller Sukhavatīvyūha Sūtra by Prof. Utsuki: etc. Notes 187-193
OS03-3 1924 Gesshō Sasaki The Teaching of the Shin-shū and the Religious Life Article 195-205
OS03-3 1924 Ryōhon Kiba Buddhism and Moral World-order. Article 2OS06-212
OS03-3 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki (trans. with preface) Zen Buddhism on Immortality: Extract from The Hekigan-shū (Hekigan-roku) Translation 213-223
OS03-3 1924 Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 224-242
OS03-3 1924 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temples of Kamakura, II. Nichiren and Kamakura Article 243-251
OS03-3 1924 Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Continued) Article 252-272
OS03-3 1924 Soyen Shaku, trans. by Seiren Poems by the Late Right Reverened Soyen Shaku, Abbot of Engakuji Translation 273-273
OS03-3 1924
Buddhist Activities in China: "Nai-hsiao" (Inner Learning): The True Buddhist Spirit: Epochs in Buddhist History Notes 274-284
OS03-4 1925 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Development of the Pure Land Doctrine in Buddhism. Article 285-326
OS03-4 1925 Bruno Petzold The Teaching of Śakyamuni. Article 327-335
OS03-4 1925 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti' s Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 336-349
OS03-4 1925 Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Concluded) Article 350-375
OS03-4 1925
Buddhist Monuments in China (Shina Bukkyō Shiseki) by Profs. Tokiwa and Sekino: Hōnen the Buddhist Saint by Prof. Ishidzuka and Dr. Coates: A Study of Shin Buddhism by Prof. Sasaki: etc. Notes 376-394
OS04-1 1926 Beartrice Lane Suzuki " To Gesshō Sasaki" Obituary 75
OS04-1 1926 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Secret Message of Bodhi-Dharma (or, The Content of Zen Buddhism) Article 1-26
OS04-1 1926 Robert Cornell Armstrong A Discussion of the Origin of Mahāyāna Buddhism Article 27-47
OS04-1 1926 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 48-55
OS04-1 1926 Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (Prefatory Notes and Sanskrit - Chinese texts) Translation 56-72
OS04-1 1926
The Late Professor Gesshō Sasaki Obituary 73-74
OS04-1 1926
Editorial Notes on the Study of Mahāyāna Buddhism: Mr. Dwight Goddards's "Vision of Christan and Buddhist Fellowship": Dr. H. Solf's proposal to found a Mahāyāna Buddhist Institute: Dr. Rudolf Otto on The Eastern Buddhist: etc. Notes 76-88
OS04-2 1927 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 191-
OS04-2 1927 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and Jōdo, Two types of Buddhist Experience Article 89-121
OS04-2 1927 James Bissett Pratt The Unity of Buddhism Article 122-144
OS04-2 1927 Taiye Kaneko The Buddhist Doctrine of Vicarious Suffering Article 145-161
OS04-2 1927 Kenneth Sauders The Quest of Historic Śākyamuni in Western Scholarship. Article 162-168
OS04-2 1927 Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (an English Translation with Notes) Translation 169-190
OS04-3&4 1927-28 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra, as a Mahāyāna Text in Especial Relation to the Teaching of Zen Buddhism Article 199-298
OS04-3&4 1927-28 Bruno Petzold The Chinese Tendai Teaching Article 299-347
OS04-3&4 1927-28 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Conclueded) Translation 348-366
OS05-1 1929 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki An Introduction to the Study of the Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra Article 1-79
OS05-1 1929 Shizutoshi Sugihira A study in the Pure Land Doctorine, as Interpreted by Shōkū, the Founder of the Seizan Branch of the Pure Land Sect (Jōdo-shū) Article 80-101
OS05-1 1929 Bunyū Nanjō and Hōkei Idumi (eds.) The Suvarnaprabhāsa Sūtra, Sanskrit Text (pp.1-16) with Introductory Note Sanskrit Text 102-120
OS05-1 1929
Buddhism by Paul Dahlke: What is Buddhism? compiled by Buddhist lodge, London: Was Jesus Influenced by Buddhism? by Dwight Goddard: The Buddhist Annual of Ceylon: The Gospel of Buddha (New edition) by Paul Carus Book Review 121-125
OS05-1 1929
Concerning Kumarajīva's translation of the Daśa-ādhyāna-vinaya-bhikṣnī-pratimokṣa: 1400th anniversary of Bodhidharma celebrated Notes 125-128
OS05-2&3 1930
The Burnett Animal Mercy Shelter at Kamakura, etc. Notes 284-
OS05-2&3 1930 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Passivity in the Buddhist Life Article 129-199
OS05-2&3 1930 Gemmyō Ono On the Pure Land Doctrine of T'zu-min Article 200-210
OS05-2&3 1930 L. Adams Beck Milarepa Article 211-225
OS05-2&3 1930 Hōkei Idumi The Hymn on the Life and Vows of Samantabhadra, With the Sanskrit Text, Bhadracarīpraṇidhāna Translation 226-247
OS05-2&3 1930 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Temple of Kamakura, III Article 248-261
OS05-2&3 1930
Vedanta and Modern Thought by W. S. Urquhart: The Land of the Lama by David Macdonald: The Gospel for Asia by Kenneth Saunders: The Doctrine of the Buddha by George Grimm: Pilgrimage of Buddhism by James Bissett Pratt: Gods of Northern Buddhism by Alice Getty: Tradition and Truth in Chinese Buddhism by Karl Ludwig Reichelt: etc. Book Review 262-283
OS05-4 1931 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism. part I Article 291-311
OS05-4 1931 Beatrice Lane Suzuki Poems by Kōbō Daishi Translation 312-313
OS05-4 1931 Shoken Akizuki Anjin in Shingon Article 314-317
OS05-4 1931 Shūgaku Yamabe Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture Article 318-323
OS05-4 1931 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki What is Zen? Article 324-334
OS05-4 1931 Johannes Rahder and Shinryu Susa The Gāthas of the Daśabhūmika-Sūtra. Part I Sanskrit Text 335-359
OS05-4 1931 Seiren In Buddhist Temples, V. Kōyasan Article 360-368
OS06-1 1932 Shizutoshi Sugihira The Pure Land Doctrine as Illustrated in the "Plain-wood" Nembutsu by Shōkū Article 23-39
OS06-1 1932 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Temples of Kamakura, IV (Concluded) Article 40-50
OS06-1 1932 Shinryu Susa and Johannes Rahder The Gātha Portion of the Daśabhūmika (Concluded) Sanskrit Text 51-84
OS06-1 1932 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples, VI. Myōshinji. With Illustration Article 85-91
OS06-1 1932 Rhys Davids The Idea and the Man: A Comment on Prof. Shūgaku Yamabe's Article on "Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture" Corrspondence 92-98
OS06-1 1932 Shūgaku Yamabe A Rejoinder Corrspondence 99-102
OS06-1 1932
The Buddha's Golden Path by Dwight Goddard: Aspects of Mahāyāna Buddhism and its Relation to Hīnayana by Nalinksha Dutt: etc. Book Review 103-104
OS06-1 1932
The Recovery of a Lost Manuscript on the History of Zen Buddhism in China Notes 1OS07-110
OS06-2 1933 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhist, Especially Zen contribution, to Japanese Culture Article 111-138
OS06-2 1933 Bruno Petzold Triyāna Versus Ekayāna: The Three Vehicles in Conflict with the One Vehicle Article 139-156
OS06-2 1933 Beatrice Lane Suzuki Ceremonies for Lay Disciples at Kōya-San:
I. The Bosatsukai; II. The Ango
Article 157-175
OS06-2 1933 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: VII. Nanzenji, VIII. Ginkakuji Article 176-188
OS06-2 1933
Bishop Imamura, of Honolulu: Dr. Kaikyoku Watanabe: Zen Hospice: Magazines and Books Received Notes 189-198
OS06-3 1934 Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Introduction and Chapter One Article 199-246
OS06-3 1934 Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachutung uNber den Ursprung und Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part I Article 247-278
OS06-3 1934 Beatrice Lane Suzuki An Outline of the Avataṃsaka Sūtra (Kegongyō) Article 279-286
OS06-3 1934 Shizutoshi Sugihira The Teaching of Ippen Shōnin (1239-1289) Article 287-300
OS06-3 1934 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Gensha on Three Invalids (from Hekigan-roku) Translation 301-308
OS06-3 1934 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IX. Kyōōgokokuji (Tōji) Article 309-316
OS06-3 1934
On the Revival of Japanese Buddhism Editorial 317-318
OS06-4 1935 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Impressions of Chinese Buddhism Article 327-378
OS06-4 1935 Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter Two and Three Article 379-431
OS06-4 1935 Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part II Article 432-477
OS06-4 1935 Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: X. Honkokuji; XI. Honnōji Article 478-486
OS06-4 1935
The Second Conference of the Pan-Pacific Young Buddhists' Federation: 2500 Anniversary of the Buddha's Birth: Formation of International Buddhist Society: The Nippon Buddhist Research Association: etc. Notes 487-493
OS07-1 1936 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: I. The Taizōkai. Illustrated Article 1-38
OS07-1 1936 L. De Hoyer Meditations on Plato and Buddha Article 39-64
OS07-1 1936 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and the Japanese Love of Nature Article 65-113
OS07-1 1936
Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrine or Seven Books of Wisdom of the Great Path by W. Y. Evans-Wents: A Buddhist Bibliography compiled by A. C. March: Concentration and Meditation compiled by The Buddhist Lodge, London: etc. Book Review 114-122
OS07-1 1936
Sir Charles Eliot: Manshi Kiyozawa: Items of Buddhist News Notes 123-130
OS07-2 1937 Teresina Rowell The background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter IV, with Appendices and Bibiography (Concluded) Article 132-176
OS07-2 1937 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: The Taizōkai (Concluded) Illustrated Article 177-213
OS07-2 1937 Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeuturg des "Chinjen" (Concluded) Article
214-226
OS07-3,4 1939 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Shin Sect of Buddhism Article 227-284
OS07-3,4 1939 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Songs of Shinran Shōnin Translation 285-295
OS07-3,4 1939 Kenshō Yokogawa Shin Buddhism as the Religion of Hearing Article 296-341
OS07-3,4 1939 Shizutoshi Sugihira The Nembutsu in Buddhism Article 342-362
OS07-3,4 1939 Kakunyo Shōnin The Shūji-shō Translation 363-375
OS08-1 1949 Shizutoshi Sugihira Rennyo Shōnin, the Great Teacher of Shin Buddhism Article 5-35
OS08-1 1949 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhism and Education Article 36-45
OS08-2 1951 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Myōkōnin Article 1-21
OS08-2 1951 Daiei Kaneko Shin Religion as I believe it Article 22-42
OS08-2 1951 Kenryō Kanamatsu Goodness and Naturalness Article 43-57
OS08-3 1957 Shunjyō Nogami A Study of Translatorship of the Wu-liang-shou-ching Article 1-9
OS08-3 1957 (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching Translation 10-27
OS08-3 1957 (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Pure Land Document of the Truthful Doctrine, Work, and Attainmment Translation 28-42
OS08-3 1957 Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori A Discussion between One and Zero Dialogue 43-49
OS08-4 1958 Enichi Ōchō Tao-an on Translation Article 1-7
OS08-4 1958 Kyōgo Sasaki A Note on the Study of the Ta-t'ang Hsi-yuN-chi Article 8-9
OS08-4 1958 (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching (Continued) Translation
10-17
OS08-4 1958 (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Kyō-gyō-shin-shō Monrui (Continued) Translation
18-34
OS08-4 1958 Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori A Discussion between One and Zero (Continued) Dialogue 35-40

 


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