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Pacific World Journal

New Series, Number 11, Fall 1995
together with
New Series, Number 12, Fall 1996

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CONTENTS

NEW SERIES, NUMBER ELEVEN

SPECIAL ISSUE ON BUDDHISM, MEDICINE, SCIENCE, AND TECHNOLOGY

  • Introduction by Geoffrey Redmond, Guest Editor [ download ]
  • Time in Madhyamika Buddhism and Modern Physics, by Victor Mansfield [ download ]
  • Modern Science and Early Buddhist Ethics: Methodology of Two Disciplines, by Shoyo Taniguchi [ download ]
  • Comparing Science and Buddhism, by Geoffrey P. Redmond [ download ]
  • Buddhist Activities in the Medical Society of Taiwan, by Rong-Chi Chen [ download ]
  • Buddhism and Traditional Medicine in Sri Lanka, by Jinadasa Liyanaratne [ download ]
  • New Approaches to the Study of Early Buddhist Medicine: Use of Technical Brahmanic Sources in Sanskrit for the Interpretation of Pali Medical Texts, by Kenneth G. Zysk [ download ]
  • Buddhist Tantric Medicine in the Kalacakratantra, by Vesna A. Wallace [ download ]
  • Buddhist Studies and the New Technology, by Lewis Lancaster [ download ]
  • The Study and Teaching of Buddhist Art and Iconography Using Computer Technology, by John C. Huntington [ download ]

NEW SERIES, NUMBER TWELVE

  • Orthodoxy From a Local Perspective, by Judith A. Berling [ download ]
  • The Transformation of the Pure Land in the Development of Lay Buddhist Practice in China, by Katherine K. Velasco [ download ]
  • Buddhist Sunyata & Western Philosophy, by Steve Odin [ download ]
  • The Conception of the Japanese Kami in the Kamakura Era: Notes on the First Chapter of the Shasekishu, by Hartmut O. Rotermund and translated by Richard K. Payne [ download ]

BOOK REVIEWS

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  • The Good Heart: A Buddhist Perspective on the Teachings ofJesus, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, reviewed by Alta M. Brown
  • A Survey of Vinaya Literature, by Charles S. Prebish, reviewed by Daniel Gades
  • Art and Nationalism in Colonial India 1850-1922: Occidental Orientations, by Partha Mitter, reviewed by Joanna Williams

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