A history of Zen Buddhism. Translated from the German by Paul Peachey.


New York, Pantheon Books [1963] .

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Standard Title Zen. English
Subjects Bouddhisme zen -- Histoire.
Zen Buddhism -- History.
Zen Buddhism.
Zen.
Description 335 pages illustrations 21 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Translation of Zen.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-323 and index.
Contents The mystical element in early Buddhism and Hīnayāna -- Mysticism within Mahāyāna -- The Mahāyāna sutras and Zen -- The anticipation of Zen in Chinese Buddhism -- Zen patriarchs of the early period -- The high period of Chinese Zen -- Peculiarities of the "five houses" -- Spread and methodological development during the Sung period -- The transplanting of Zen to Japan -- The Zen Master Dōgen -- The cultural influence of Zen in the Muromachi period -- The first encounter between Zen and Christianity -- Zen in the modern Japanese age -- The Zen mysticism of Hakuin -- The essence of Zen.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)376853
(OCoLC)ocm00376853
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WorldCat Identities Dumoulin, Heinrich.
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