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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Society for Chinese Philosophy

Volume 38, Number 2, June 2011

FOREWORD: PHILOSOPHIZING CHINESE BUDDHISM AS A NECESSITY
pp. 167-168(2)
Author: CHENG, CHUNG-YING

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INTRODUCTION: MOU ZONGSAN AND CHINESE BUDDHISM
pp. 169-173(5)
Authors: CHAN, WING-CHEUK; SHIU, HENRY C. H.

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ON MOU ZONGSAN'S HERMENEUTIC APPLICATION OF BUDDHISM
pp. 174-189(16)
Author: CHAN, WING-CHEUK

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MOU ZONGSAN ON THE FIVE PERIODS OF THE BUDDHA'S TEACHING
pp. 190-205(16)
Author: CLOWER, JASON T.

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MOU ZONGSAN'S ONTOLOGICAL READING OF TIANTAI BUDDHISM
pp. 206-222(17)
Author: CHUN-KEUNG, KWAN

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NONSUBSTANTIALISM OF THE AWAKENING OF FAITH IN MOU ZONGSAN
pp. 223-237(15)
Author: SHIU, HENRY C. H.

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MOU ZONGSAN'S “TRANSCENDENTAL” INTERPRETATION OF HUAYAN BUDDHISM
pp. 238-256(19)
Author: TANG, ANDRES SIU-KWONG

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AMBIVALENCE OF ILLUSION:A CHINESE BUDDHIST PERSPECTIVE
pp. 274-292(19)
Author: KANTOR, HANS-RUDOLF

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Chinese Way of Thinking – By Wang Keping
pp. 320-323(4)
Author: Qian, Wayne

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RESPONSE TO EDITOR
pp. 328-329(2)
Author: Goldin, Paul R.

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EDITOR'S DISCUSSION
pp. 330-330(1)
Author: Cheng, Chung-ying

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OBITUARY AND MEMORY OF PROFESSOR KENNETH K. INADA
pp. 331-331(1)
Author: Cheng, Chung-ying

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