Studies in Central & East Asian Religions
Volume 2 Autumn 1989

CONTENTS

Editorial ………………………………………………………………………………. v [download front matter]

Articles

David P. JACKSON: More on the Old dGa’ ldan and Gong-dkar-ba Xylographic Editions ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 1 [download]

Flemming FABER: Vimalamitra—One or Two? ……………………….………………. 19 [download]

Georges DREYFUS and Christian LlNDTNER: The Yogācāra Philosophy of Dignāga and Dharmakīrti……………………………………………………………………………… 27 [download]

Morten SCHLÜTTER: A Study in the Genealogy of the Platform Sūtra ………………. 53 [download]

Henrik H. SØRENSEN: Observations on the Characteristics of the Chinese Chan Manuscripts from Dunhuang……………………………………………………………. 115 [download]

REVIEW ARTICLE:

TANAKA Ryōshō: A Historical Outline of Japanese Research on the Chinese Chan Writings from Dunhuang………………………………………………………………… 141 [download]

Forum

Nichiren’s Thinking on Buddha-Nature (Brigitte Granier) ………………………………171 [download]

On Recent Publications and Field-work Related To Religious Sculptures in the Province of Sichuan (HHS) ……………………………………………………………………………. 176 [download]

Two SBS Gatherings on Esoteric Buddhism (IA-K)…179; SBS Activities in 1990…188; Tantra Occluded (Berkeley, 1991)…189 [download]

Reviews [download]

Samten Gyaltsen KARMAY, The Great Perfection. A Philosophical and Meditative Teaching of Tibetan Buddhism. (Kenneth W. Eastman)………………………………… 190

Samten Gyaltsen KARMAY, Secret Visions of the Fifth Dalai Lama. The Gold Manuscript in the Fournier Collection. (Kenneth W. Eastman)…………………………………….. 192

Michael ARIS, Hidden Treasures and Secret Lives. A Study of Pemaling-pa (1450–1521) and the Sixth Dalai Lama (1683–1706). (Kenneth W. Eastman)……………………… 194

Ikkyū and the Crazy Cloud Anthology: A Zen Poet of Medieval Japan. Translated with an introduction by Sonja Arntzen; E. S. STEINER, Ikkyū Sōjun: A Creative Person in the Context of Medieval Culture [Ikkyu Sojun: tvorcheskaya lichnost’ v kontekste srednevekovoi kul’tury]. (A. M. Kabanov)……………………………………………….. 197

John LAGERWEY, Taoist Ritual in Chinese Society and History. (HHS).……………. 200

A Buddha from Korea: The Zen Teachings of T’aego. Translated with commentary by J. C. Cleary. (HHS)………………………………………………………………………….. 204

Brief Notices Hans-Joachim KLIMKEIT, ed.: Japanische Studien zur Kunst der Seiden-straβe, transl. by Renate Herold. (P. Kværne) …………………………………………………………… 207

GENG Shimin & Hans-Joachim KLIMKEIT: Das Zusammentreffen mit Maitreya. Die ersten fünf Kapitel der Hami-Version der Maitrisimit. (P. Kværne)…………………… 208

Friedrich Weller: Kleine Schriften. Herausgegeben von Wilhelm Rau. (Christian Lindtner) ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 209

Ernst Waldschmidt: Ausgewählte kleine Schriften. Herausgegeben von Heinz Bechert und Petra Kieffer-Pülz. (Christian Lindtner) ………………………………………………. 210

Walter HEISSIG & Claudius C. MÜJLLER: Die Mongolen. (Christian Lindtner)……. 211

A. RÓNA-TASS: Mongolisches Lesebuch. Lesestücke in Uigur-Mongolischer Schrift mit grammatischen Bemerkungen. (Christian Lindtner)……………………………………. 212

Kanonische Zitate im Abhidharmakośabhāṣya des Vasubandhu. Bearbeitet von Bhikkhu Pāsādika. (Christian Lindtner)…………………………………………………………. 212

Y. KAJIYAMA: Studies in Buddhist Philosophy (Selected Papers). Edited on the occasion of his retirement from Kyoto University by Katsumi Mimaki et al. (Christian Lindtner)………………………………………………………………………………… 213

Rong-ston on the Prajñāpāramitā Philosophy of the Abhisamayālaṃkāra: His Sub-Commentary on Haribhadra’s “Sphuṭārthā”. Edited by David P. Jackson (in collaboration with Shunzo Onoda). (PKS)…………………………………………………………… 215

David P. JACKSON: The “Miscellaneous Series” of the Tibetan Texts in the Bihar Research Society, Patna. A Handlist. (PKS)……………………………………………. 216

Masao ABE, Zen and Western Thought. Edited by William R. LaFleur……………….. 217

Nelly NAUMANN, Die einheimische Religion Japans. (IA-K)………………………. 218

Corrigenda from Volume 1………………….………………………………………….220:

CORRIGENDA
We regret that because of a technical error the following misprints appeared in the reviews by Christian Lindtner in first volume of this journal (1988), pp. 102ff:
p. 102,l. 7: for “Sāktyāyana’s” read “Sāṅkṛtyāyana’s”
p. 103, l. 23: for “ida” read “idaṃ”
p. 106, l. 40: read “idaṃ pratyayatā”
p. 108, l. 16: read “Page 394: upalakṣaṇā”
We apologize for these omissions.
The Editors