November 10, 2015



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[AB] Abhidharma, especially Theravada Buddhism

See a12.1.8.1; 46.1.5; 47.4.54; 47.16:8,137; 174.12.13; 175.24.40; 793.19.2; Aj20; J135,439,498.1.1, 539, 574.8, 579.8697; B63,202,215,216,1271; SV25.1.1; YB127; B1585.1.01, B1614.4

AB0 Edmund Hardy, Der Buddhismus nach alteren Pali-werken dargestellt. Munster-in-W. 1890, 1919

AB1 T.W.Rhys Davids, "The sects of the Buddhists", JRAS 13, 1891, 409-422

AB1.1.Reginald S. Copleston, Theravada Buddhism. Colombo 1892. Edited by Harcharan Singh Sobta, Delhi 1993.

AB2 Paul Carus, Karma. A Story of Early Buddhism. Chicago 1894, 1896

AB3 A.C.Taylor, "Buddhist Abhidhamma", JRAS 1894, 560 ff.

AB4 Arthur O. Lovejoy, "The Buddhist technical terms upadana and upadisesa", JAOS 19.2, 1898, 126-136

AB5 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Les trois asamskrtas", Album-Kern (Leiden 1903)

AB6 J. Takakusu, "The Abhidharma literature, Pali and Chinese", JRAS 1905, 160-162

AB6.1 Jarl Charpentier, Pratyekabuddhageschichten. Dissertation, Upsala U. 1908

AB7 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "The Buddhist councils", IA 37, 1908: 1, 81

AB8 Nyanatiloka, "The primary properties of the material world", MB 21, 1913, 202-204. Also BR 5, 1913, 192-195

AB9 Anagarika Dharmapala, "The philosophy of the skandhas and the nirvanic doctrine", MB 22, 1914, 143-147

AB10 D.T.Suzuki, "The development of Mahayana Buddhism", Mon 24, 1914, 565 ff.

AB11 S.Z.Aung, "Buddhist philosophy of change", PAIOC 1, Summaries 1919, 29

AB12 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Introduction to the evolution of the schools of Buddhism", JDL 3, 1920, 247-266

AB13 Magdalena and Wilhelm Geiger, Pali Dhamma vornehmlich in der Kanonischer Literature. Abh. den Bayerischen Ak. der Wiss. Phil-Psych. und Hist. Kl. 31 Band, 1 Abhandlung. Munchen 1920

AB14 J. Masuda, "Early Indian Buddhist schools", JDL 1, 1920, 1-11

AB15 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Theravada school of Buddhism", JDL 8, 1922, 130-140

AB16 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Mahasanghika school of Buddhism", JDL 8, 1923, 117-129

AB17 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, "The Abhidhamma-Pitaka and commentaries", JRAS 1923, 243-250

AB18 S.Z.Aung and Max Walleser, Dogmatik des modernen südlichen Buddhismus. MKB 5, 1924

AB19 R. Kimura, "An historical study of the terms Mahayana and Hinayana and the origin of Mahayana Buddhism", JDL 11, 1924 - 12, 1925

AB20 Nalinaksha Dutt, Early History of the Spread of Buddhism and the Buddhist Schools. COS 14, 1925

AB21 T.W.Rhy Davids, "Sects (Buddhist)", ERE 11, 1925, 307-309

AB22 Paul Demieville, "Sur la mémoire des existences antèrieures", BEFEO 27, 1927, 283-298

AB22.1 Ryukan Kumura, Historical Study of Terms in Hinayana and Mahayana and the Origin of Mahayana Buddhism. Calcutta 1927; Patna 1978

AB23 Max Walleser, Die Buddhistische Philosophie. Volume IV: Die Sekten des Alten Buddhism. Heidelberg 1927

AB24 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Documents d'Abhidharma". BEFEO 30, 1930: 1, 247; MCB 1, 1932, 65-125; 5, 1936-37, 1-187. Pp. 17-158 of last reprinted ETB 147-298

AB25 B.C.Law, "Non-canonical Pali literature", ABORI 13.2, 1931-32, 97-143

AB26 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Les relations des livres d'Abhidharma et d'Abhidhamma", CIDO 1931, 145

AB26.1 B.C.Law, A History of Pali Literature. Two volumes. London 1933

AB26.2 Grace Constant Lounsbery, La meditation bouddhique: etude sur la theorie de sa pratique selon l'ecole Sud. Paris 1935, 1947, 1976, 1979; New York 1936; Tucson, Ariz. 1973

AB27 G.Mensching, "Zum streit um die Deutung des buddhistischen Nirvana", ZMR 48, 1933, 33-57

AB28 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "Recherches bouddhiques: Les origines du Mahayana", JA 225, 1934, 195-208

AB29 Theodore Stcherbatsky, "Dharmas of the Buddhists and gunas of the Samkhyas", IHQ 10, 1934, 737-760

AB30 Bimal Churn Law, "Buddhist conception of dharma", JDL 28, 1935, 1-19

AB31 Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, "Rebirth and omniscience in Pali Buddhism", IC 3, 1936, 19-34

AB32 B.C.Law, "South India as a center of Pali Buddhism", SKACV 239-245

AB33 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, The Birth of Indian Psychology and Its Development in Buddhism. London 1936

AB34 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Doctrines of the Mahasanghika school of Buddhism", IHQ 13, 1937 - 14, 1938

AB35 Nyanatiloka, "Five groups of khandhas", MB 45, 1937, 129-141

AB36 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Musila et Narada. Le chemin du nirvana", MCB 5, 1937, 189-222

AB37 Silva, Abhidhamma. Colombo 1937

AB38 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Zur Geschichte der buddhistischen Dharma-Theorie", ZDMG 92, 1938, 383-420

AB39 V.V.Gokhale, "What is avijnaptirupa (concealed form of activity)?", NIA 1, 1938-39, 69-73. Also PAIOC 9, 1940, 623-629

AB40 Nyanatiloka, Guide through the Abhidhammapitaka. Colombo 1938

AB41 Jean Przyluski, "La theorie des skandha", RO 14, 1938, 1-8

AB42 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Doctrines of the Sammitiya school of Buddhism", IHQ 15, 1939, 90-100

AB43 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Die Ursprung der Buddhistischen Dharma-Theorie", WZKM 46, 1939, 242-266

AB44 Paul Mus, La Lumiére sur les Six Voies. Paris 1939

AB45 P.T.Raju, "Buddhistic conception of dharma", ABORI 21, 1939, 192-202

AB46 Maryla Falk, "Kosas, kayas and skandhas", PAIOC 10, 1941, 310-325

AB46.1 I.B.Horner, "Abhidhamma Abhivinaya", IHQ 12, 1941

AB47 J. Kashyap, "Types of consciousness in the Abhidharma", MB 49, 1941, 235-240

AB48 Maryla Falk, Nama-rupa and Dharmarupa. Calcutta 1943

AB49 J.Kashyap, The Abhidhamma Philosophy. Sarnath 1943

AB50 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Pratisamkhyanirodha; apratisamkhyanirodha in Buddhism", MB 52, 1944, 279-281

AB51 P.V.Bapat, "Nekkhamma", BCLV II, 260-266

AB52 C.D.Chatterji, "A point of distinction in the concept of khandha in Buddhism", BharKau I, 161-182

AB53 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Buddhist sects: a survey", BCLV I, 282-292

AB54 S. Sarathcandra, "Abhidhamma psychology of perception and the Yogacara theory of mind", UCR 4, 1946, 49-57

AB55 Andre Bareau, "Les sectes bouddhiques du Pétit Véhicule et leurs Abhidhamma Pitaka", BEFEO 44, 1947-50, 1-11

AB56 W. Stede, "Pali yathabhutam", BSOAS 12, 1947-48, 397-398

AB57 Nyanaponika, Abhidhamma Studies. Colombo 1948

AB58 I.B.Horner, "Foundations of Theravada", MW 24, 1949-50 - 25, 1950-51

AB59 Narada Thera, "Une simple introduction à l'Abhidharma", PenB 3, 1949, 7-10

AB60 Moriz Winternitz, "Self and non-self in early Buddhism", POS 39, 1950, 457-468

AB61 D.L.Barua, "Treatment of rupa in the Abhidharma system", MB 58, 1950, 169-174. Also CR 115, 1950, 16-20

AB62 G.P.Malalasekara, "Some aspects of reality as taught by Theravada (Hinayana) Buddhism", EEWP 178-195. Also TIM 66-85. Also Wheel 127, 1968

AB63 Kogen Mizuno, "The psychology of Pali Buddhism", (summary), JSR 2, 1951, 168-170

AB64 Nyanaponika Thera, "The Abhidhamma philosophy", MB 59, 1951, 383-397

AB65 Samanera Dhammananda, "Kamma or karma", MW 27, 1952, 80-83

AB66 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Abhidharma texts in Tibetan". IHQ 28, 1952, 372-378

AB67 Vidhusekhara Bhattacharya, "Historical introduction to the Indian schools of Buddhism", HPE 173-189

AB68 Y. Krishan, "Origin of Mahasanghikas", MW 27, 1952, 94-101

AB69 F.L.Woodward and E.M.Hare et al., Pali Tipitakam Concordance. London 1952 - present

AB70 Andre Bareau, "Une confusion entre Mahasanghika et Vatsiputriya", JA 241, 1953, 399-406

AB71 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Vinaya and Abhidhamma Pitakas of the Pali canon", IAC 2, 1953-54, 255-258

AB72 Y. Nishi, Research of the Prajna' in the Primitive Buddhism. Yokohama 1953

AB73 U.H.Aung, "Clarification and critical analysis of the various processes involved in the attainment of lokiyasamadhi through samatha", JBurmaRS 37, 1954, 17-23

AB74 R.Fukuhara, "A study of doubt (vicikitsa)--mainly from the Abhidharma" (summary), RDR 347, 1954, 45

AB75 N.Aiyasvami Sastri, "Some Abhidharma problems", ALB 18, 1954: 81, 217

AB76 Andre Bareau, Les sectes bouddhiques du Pétit Véhicule. Paris 1955

AB77 P.M.Rao, "Dhammas and sankharas", MB 63, 1955, 383-385

AB78 N.K.Sahu, "Hinayana Buddhism in Eastern India in the 7th c. A.D.", OHRJ 4, 1955, 28-33.

AB79 G.F.Allen, "The origin of the Mahasanghikas", MB 64, 1956, 225-232

AB80 Heramba Chatterjee, "Pratityasamutpada", ABORI 37, 1956, 313-318

AB81 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "The concept of arhat" in Acarya Vijayavallabhasuri Memorial Volume (Bombay 1956)

AB82 A.K.Nyayatarkatirtha, "Nirodhasatya", IHQ 32, 1956, 254-260

AB83 U Thittila, "The fundamental principles of Theravada Buddhism", in Morgan 67-112

AB84 A.K.Warder, "On the relationship between early Buddhism and other contemporary systems", BSOAS 18, 1956, 43-63

AB85 Andre Bareau, "Richesse et diversité de la pensée bouddhique ancienne", PDB 451-462

AB86 Andre Bareau, "Les controverses rélatives à la nature de l'Arhant dans le Bouddhisme ancien", IIJ 1, 1957, 241-250

AB86.1 Andre Bareau, "The notion of time in early Buddhism", East and West 7, 1957, 353-364. Reprinted ETB 1-12

AB87 Andre Bareau, "Les rélations entre la causalité du monde physique et la causalité du monde spirituel dans le Hinayana", SIS 5, 1957, 14-21

AB87.1 H. Bechert, "Zu Geschichte der buddhistischen Sekten in Indian und Ceylon", Le Nouvelle Clio 7-9, 1955-57, 311-360

AB88 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Pratisamkhya and apratisamkhya nirodha", IHQ 33, 1957, 156-161

AB89 Herbert V. Guenther, Philosophy and Psychology in the Abhidharma. Lucknow 1957; Delhi 1973, 1999; Berkeley 1976

AB90 P.V.Bapat and Nalinaksha Dutt, "Schools and sects of Buddhism", CHI 1 (2d edition) 1958, 456-502

AB91 Beni Madhab Barua, "Some aspects of early Buddhism", CHI 1 (2d ed.) 1958, 442-455

AB92 Aruna Haldar, "Samjna skandha or perception/formation/ composition", JBRS 44, 1958, 37-42

AB93 Nyanaponika, "Abhidhamma studies", MW 33, 1958 - 34, 1959-60

AB94 Genjun H. Sasaki, A Study of the Abhidharma Philosophy. (in Japanese, with a 25-page English summary). Tokyo 1958

AB95 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Principal schools and sects of Buddhism" in 2500 Years

AB96 V.V.Gokhale, "Principal schools and sects of Buddhism" in 2500 Years

AB97 Aruna Haldar, "Buddhist conception of object consciousness (arthagrahanam)", JBRS 45, 1959, 204-212

AB98 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Origin and development of the theory of viprayuktasamskaras", BSOAS 22, 1959, 531-547. Reprinted CPBS 239-260

AB99 W.S.Karunaratne, "Sunyata in Theravada Buddhism", ALB 23.1-2, 1959, 1-18

AB100 W.S.Karunaratne, "Concepts of freedom and responsibility in Theravada Buddhism", UCR 17, 1959, 73-89

AB101 Narada Mahathera, "Le doctrine du kamma", PDB 261-268

AB102 Walpola Rahula, "L'enseignement fundamental du Boudhisme", PDB 261-271

AB103 B. M. Rao, "The dharma theory", MB 67, 1959, 320-324

AB104 Ajay Mitra Shastri, "Fresh light on the history of the Saila schools of Buddhism", PAIOC 20.2, 1959, 79-86

AB105 U Dhammaratna, "The methodology of vibhangappakarana", NNMRP II, 237-319

AB106 Lama Anagarika Govinda, The Psychological Attitude of Early Buddhist Philosophy and Systematic Representation according to Abhidhamma Tradition. London 1961. In German Zurich 1962

AB107 Arthur L. Herman, "Ethical theory in Theravada Buddhism", JBRS 47, 1961, 170-187

AB107.1 Anagarika Govinda, Die psychologie Haltung der frühbuddhistischen Philosophie und ihre systematische Darstellung nach der Tradition des Abhidharma. Zurich 1962

AB108 Parevehara Vajiranana Mahathera, Buddhist Meditation in Theory and Practice.  A General Exposition according to the Pali Canon of the Theravada School. Colombo 1962

AB109 Walpola Rahula, "A comparative study of dhyanas according to Theravada, Sarvastivada and Mahayana", MB 70, 1962, 190-199

AB110 K. Yamada, "On the idea of avijnaptikarma in Abhidharma Buddhism", JIBSt 19, 1962, 349-354

AB111.1 R. Barua, "The development of Buddhisim in Nagarjunakonda during the time of the Iksvakus", MB 71.1-2, 1963, 11-16

AB111 Heinz Bechert, "Zur frühgeschichte des Mahayana-Buddhismus", ZDMG 113, 1963, 530-535

AB112 C.B.Dharmasena, "Abhidhamma philosophy. 3 charts with an explanatory essay", Wheel 63/64, 1963, 32 pp.

AB113 Erich Frauwallner, "Abhidharma-Studien", WZKSOA 7, 1963 - 17, 1973. Translated by Sophie Francis Kidd as Studies in Abhidharma Literature and the Origins of Buddhist Philosophical Systems. Albany, N.Y. 1995

AB114 W.S.Karunaratne, H.G.A. Van Zeyst and Kogen Mizuno, "Abhidhamma", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 37-49

AB115 Kogen Mizuno, "Abhidharma literature", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 64-80

AB116 S.C.Banerji, An Introduction to Pali Literature. Calcutta 1964

AB116.1 Edgerton C. Baptist, Nibbana or the Kingdom. Second edition. Colombo 1964

AB116.2 T.R.Havens, "Mr. Rhys-Davids' dialogue with psychology", PEW 1, 1964, 51-58

AB117 Y. Karunadasa, "The Buddhist conception of mahabhutas as primary elements of matter", UCR 22, 1964, 28-47

AB118 Winston L. King, In the Hope of Nibbana: An Essay on Theravada Buddhist Ethics. La Salle, Ill. 1964

AB119 G.P. Malalasekara, "The status of the individual in Theravada Buddhism", PEW 14, 1964, 145-156. Also SIEW 65-76

AB120 E. Mayeda, A History of the Formation of the Original Buddhist Texts. Tokyo 1964

AB121 Someshwar Prasad, "Abhidhamma view of momentariness", VVMFV 264-269

AB122 A. Wijesekara, "The concept of vinnana in Theravada Buddhism", JAOS 84, 1964, 254-258

AB123 Andre Bareau and H.G.A. Van Zeyst, "Andhakas", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 602-606

AB124 Nyanamoli Bhikkhu, "Anicca", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 657-663

AB125 B.G.Gokhale, "The Theravada-Buddhist view of history", JAOS 85, 1965, 354-359

AB126 Rune E.A. Johansson, "Citta, mano, vinnana--a psychosemantic investigation", UCR 23, 1965, 165-215

AB127 Y.Karunadasa, "The atomic theory of the Theravada school of Buddhism", UCR 23, 1965, 35-66

AB128 Thomas T. Love, "Theravada Buddhism: ethical theory and practice", JBR 33, 1965, 303-313

AB128.1 Ajay Mitra Sastri, An Outline of Early Buddhism. Varanasi 1965

AB129 W.G.Weeraratne, "Anagama (in Theravada)", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 506-508

AB130 E. Yamaguchi, "The problem of dharma in Buddhism and the dharma-adharma in Samkhya", JIBSt 26, 1965, 28-34

AB131 Hajime Sakurabe, "Anutpadijnana and anutpattikadharmaksanti", JIBSt 28, 1966, 883-889

AB132 Donald Keeney Swearer, Knowledge as Salvation: A Study in Early Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Princeton University 1966

AB133 Oliver L. Abeysekare, "The concept of reality in Buddhism", Buddhist 37, 1967, 302-304

AB134 Nihal de Silva, "The Buddhist concept of wisdom", Buddhist 38, 1967, 18-21

AB135 Silva, "Karma--the law of conditioned origination", Buddhist 37, 1967, 282-286

AB135.1 Maniku Wadu Padmasiri De Silva, A Study of Motivational Theory in Early Buddhism with Reference to the Psychology of Freud. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Hawaii 1967

AB135.2 T.R.Havens, "Order in of states of mind in early Buddhism", VATW 185, 1967, 43-54

AB135.3 Bhagchandra Jain, "The rudiments of anekantavada in early Pali literature", NUJ 17, 1967. Reprinted FJPRC 276-290

AB136 L.M.Joshi, "The concept of dharma in Buddhism", MB 75, 1967, 342-350

AB137 Y. Karunadasa, Buddhist Analysis of Matter. Colombo 1967

AB138 V.B.Rajapakse, "Trilaksana bhavana", Buddhist 37, 1967, 305-310

AB139 Liang Tao-wei, "On the six asamskrta dharmas" (summary), TICOJ 13, 1968, 108-110

AB139.1 Amnuay Tapingkae, Eternity and Enlightenment: A Comparative Study of the Educational Philosophies of American Idealism and Theravada Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Washington 1967

AB139.5 Purushottama Vishvanath Bapat, Pali-sangaha. Selections from early Buddhist Texts in Pali. New Delhi 1968

AB140 G.S.P.Misra, "Logical and scientific method in early Buddhist texts", JRAS 1968, 54-64

AB141 D.J.Kalupahana, "The problem of psychical causation and the use of terms for 'change' in the early Buddhist texts", Vidyodaya 2.1, 1969, 37-42

AB142 Donald W. Mitchell, "The no-self doctrine in Theravada Buddhism", IPQ 9, 1969, 248-260

AB143 Nyanatiloka Mahathera, "The significance of dependent origination in Theravada Buddhism", Wheel 140, 1969, 41 pp.

AB144 Kogen Mizuno, Primitive Buddhism. Karinbunko 1969

AB145 Roy Clayton Amore, The Concept and Practice of Doing Merit in Early Theravada Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Columbia University 1970

AB146 N.K.Bhagwat, Buddhist Philosophy of the Theravada as Embodied in Pali Abhidharma. Patna 1970, 2006

AB146.1 Mary Farkas, "The practice of the Theravada", WB 18.7, 1970, 177-179

AB147 Tom Holman, "Theravada and psychology", World Buddhism 19, 1970: 3, 36

AB148 D.J.Kalupahana, "Aspects of the Buddhist theory of the external world and the emergence of the philosophical schools in Buddhism", CJH 1, 1970, 93-108

AB149 D.J.Kalupahana, "Schools of Buddhism in early Ceylon", CJH 1, 1970, 159-190

AB150 Winston L. King, "A comparison of Theravada and Zen Buddhist meditational methods and goals", HistR 9, 1970, 304-315

AB151 A.K.Warder, "The concept of a concept", JIP 1, 1970-71, 181-196

AB152 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "A study on samatha and vipassana in Buddhism", MB 79, 1971, 267-292

AB153 Dipak Kumar Barua, "Sila, samadhi and panna in Theravada Buddhism", MB 79, 1971, 287-292

AB154 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Sammitiyas and their pudgalavada", MB 79, 1971, 129-136

AB154.1 Nina van Gorkom, Mental Development in Daily life. Nakhon 1971, 1972; Bangkok 1976

AB155 James Paul McDermott, Developments in the Early Buddhist Concept of Kamma/Karma. Ph.D.Thesis, Princeton University 1971

AB156 Donald W. Mitchell, "Analysis in Theravada Buddhism", PEW 21, 1971, 23-32

AB157 Walpola Rahula, "L'ideal du Bodhisattva dans le Theravada et la Mahayana", JA 1971, 63-70. Translated as "Bodhisattva ideal in Theravada and Mahayana", MB 79, 1971, 139-143

AB158 A.K.Warder, "Dharmas and data", JIP 1, 1971, 272-295

AB158.1 George Doherty Bond, The Problem of Interpretation in Theravada Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Northwestern University 1972

AB158.5 John Ross Carter, Dhamma: Western Academic and Sinhalese Buddhist Interpretations. A Study of a Religious Concept. Ph.D.Thesis, Harvard University 1972. Reprinted as book, Tokyo 1978

AB159 O. von Hinuber, "Die 'dreifache' wirkung des karma", IIJ 13, 1972, 242-254

AB160 Yoel Hoffman, "The concept of 'object' and the concept of 'self' in the philosophy of David Hume and Hinayana Buddhism", TICOJ 16, 1972, 73-85

AB161 U Jagabhivamsa, Nature of Perception according to Abhidhamma. Ph.D.Thesis, Magadh University 1972

AB162 Katsuhiko Kamimura, "Pratibha, vyutpatti, abhyasa" (in Japanese with English summary). TOG 43, 1972, 93-110

AB163 Chandra Sekhar Prasad, "Theravada and Vibhajyavada: a critical study of the two appellations", EAW 22, 1972, 101-113

AB164 Chandra S. Prasad, "Vibhajyavada: an examination into its identity as a separate school" (summary). TICOJ 16, 1972, 73-85

AB165 Swapan Kumar Sarkar, "The Mahisasaka school of Buddhism", MB 80, 1972, 44-51

AB166 Swapan Kumar Sarkar, "The Ekavyavaharika school of Buddhism", MB 80, 1972, 407-408

AB166.1 Jack Donald Van Horn, Devotionalism in Early Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Columbia University 1972

AB167 Shohei Ichimura, "Buddhist thoughts on the relationship between religion and logical thinking, especially in Theravada and Zen", MB 81, 1973, 42-54

AB168 Isaline B. Horner, "Atta and anatta", SCR 7, 1973, 31-34.

AB169 James P. McDermott, "Nibbana as a reward for kamma", JAOS 93, 1973, 344-346

AB170 U. Schneider, "Upanisad philosophy and early Buddhism", GSI I, 308-332

AB171 Karunesha Shukla, "The Abhidharma, the Madhyamika and the Yogacara", CSFV 392-395

AB172 D.G.O.Vajrapani, "Buddhist bhavana--what it means", Buddhist 43, 1973, 15-16

AB173 Stefan Anacker, "The Abhidharma Pitaka", BAMP 55-64

AB173.2 Rabindra Bijoy Barua, "Foundation of Theravada Buddhism in Bangladesh", WFBR 13.1, 1974, 12-19

AB173.5 Harvey B. Aronson, Love, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy and Equanimity in Theravada. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1975

AB174 Stephan V. Beyer, "The doctrine of meditation in the Hinayana", BAMP 137-147

AB175 Itsuo Ishikawa, "On dhamma in early Buddhism" (in Japanese with English summary). TBDK-Jinbun 26, 1975, 22-36

AB175.1 Brahmachari Govinda, The Psychological Attitude of Early Buddhist Philosophy and Its Systematic Representation according to Abhidhamma Tradition. Delhi 1975

AB176 K.N.Jayatilleke, The Message of the Buddha. London 1975

AB177 Charles S. Prebish, "Major schools of the early Buddhists: Doctrines of the Early Buddhists, Mahasamghika, Theravada, Sarvastivada", BAMP 29-45

AB178 P.D.Premasri, "Moral evaluation in early Buddhism", SLJH 1.1, 1975, 31-45

AB179 A.K.Warder, "Objects", JIP 3, 1975, 355-362

AB180 Matthew Abbate, "Origen and Theravada Buddhism", WB 1976, 26-30

AB181 Roy C. Amore, "Doing merit and beyond merit", CIDO 29, 1976, 35-40

AB182 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "The Theravada school of Buddhism", JGJRI 32, 1976, 187-193

AB183 Biswanath Banerjee, "Some aspects of the Kalacakra school of Buddhism", CIDO 29, 1976, 41-45

AB184 Heinz Bechert, "Buddha-Field und Verdienstübertragung: Mahayana-Ideen im Theravada-Buddhism Ceylons", BCLS 1976: 1, 27

AB185 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Aggregates and clinging aggregates", PBR 1, 1976, 91-102

AB186 John Ross Carter, "Dhamma as a religious concept: a brief investigation of its history in the Western academic tradition and its centrality within the Sinhalese Theravada tradition", JAAR 44, 1976, 661-674

AB187 Thich Thien Chau, "Le personalisme du bouddhisme ancien", CIDO 29, 1976, 52-60

AB188 C.K.Datta, "The Buddhist doctrine of anatta", BandJ 2, 140-144

AB189 Bhikkhu Nanajivako, "Karma--the ripening fruit", PBR 1, 1976, 19-35

AB190 Hajime Nakamura, "A critical survey of early Buddhism (II)", BK 5, 1976, 141-167

AB191 Ellawele Nandiswara, "Anatta", BandJ 2, 145-149

AB192 Ninian Smart, "Nirvana and timelessness", JD 1, 1976, 318-323

AB193 Kyosho Tanaka, "On the differences in the practices between Sarvastivada and Theravada" (in Japanese with English summary), Shink 230, 1976, 21-42

AB194 Alex Wayman, "Aspects of meditation in the Theravada and Mahisasika", Studia Missionalia 25, 1976, 1-28. Also AWBI 69-98

AB195 Russell Webb, "Pali Buddhist studies in the West: U.K.", PBR 1, 1976, 169-180

AB196 John F. Bardishan, "Pali Buddhist studies in the West: USA and Canada", PBR 2, 1977, 55-62

AB197 Heinz Bechert, "Zur Geschichte des Theravada-Buddhismus in Ostbergalen", BIEW 45-66

AB198 Shanti Bhadra, "Hela Atuwa or the Sinhala commentaries of the Tripitaka", WB 1977, 5-7

AB198.1 Charles Johnson Dawes, The Path of Spiritual Progress in Theravada Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies 1977

AB199 Jan T. Ergardt, Faith and Knowledge in Early Buddhism. Leiden 1977

AB200 Russell W. French, "The concept of iddhi in early Buddhist thought", PBR 2, 1977, 42-53

AB201 Anagarika Govinda, "From Theravada to Zen", Bulletin of Tibetology n.s. 1.1, 1977, 24-34

AB201.5 John Clifford Holt, "The Bodhisattva doctrine in Sinhala Theravada Buddhist traditions’, WSW

AB202 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Basis of Buddhist ethics", WB 1977, 11-15

AB203 Rune E. A. Johansson, Pali Texts Explained to the Beginner. Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies Monograph Series 14. London 1977

AB204 A.D.P.Kalansuria, "On perception--a brief philosophical re-examination of some concepts in early Buddhistic thought", IndPQ 5, 1977-78, 711-724

AB205 James P. McDermott, "Undetermined and indeterminate kamma", IIJ 19, 1977, 31-36

AB206 Hajime Nakamura, "A critical survey of early Buddhism (III)", BK 1977, 109-164

AB207 Janice J. Nattier and Charles S. Prebish, "Mahasanghika origins: the beginnings of Buddhist sectarianism", HistR 16, 1977, 237-272. Reprinted BCCRS 1, 199-228

AB207.5 Charles S. Prebish, "Michael Hahn and History of Early Indian Buddhism”. WSW

AB208 Noble Ross Reat, "Karma and rebirth in the Upanisads and Buddhism", Numen 24, 1977, 163-185

AB209 H. Saddhatissa, "Anatta--the philosophy of no soul", WB 1977, 1-2

AB210 Henri Van Zeyst, Truth and the Way. Colombo 1977

AB211 Zahiruddin Ahmad, "The Sarvastivada or the philosophy that 'everything exists'", JOSA 13, 1978, 9-37

AB211.1 L. Stafford Betty, "The verification principle in early Buddhism", MB 53, 1978, 201-205

AB212 Pratap Chandra, Metaphysics of Perpetual Change.The Concept of Self in Early Buddhism. Bombay 1978

AB213 Lily de Silva, "Cetovimutti, pannavimutti and ubhatobhagavimutti", PBR 3.3, 1978, 118-145. Also MB 89, 1981, 1-24

AB214 David A. Dilworth, "Whitehead's process realism, the Abhidharma dharma, and the Mahayana critique", IPQ 18, 1978, 151-170

AB214.1 Brian Galloway, "Vijnana, samjna, and manas", MW 53, 1978, 72-75

AB215 B.G.Gokhale, "The Buddha's 'dying consciousness'", JIH 56, 1978, 1-20

AB216 Wasin Indasara, Theravada Buddhist Principles. Book One, Bangkok 1977. Book Two, Bangkok 1978

AB217 Rada Ivekovic, "Misconceptions about Buddhism", PBR 3, 1978, 30-34

AB218 Rune E. A. Johansson, "Psychological causality in early Buddhism", PBR 3, 1978, 30-34

AB219 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Concept of doubt in Buddhism", Buddhist 48, 1978, 24-27

AB220 Prem Nath, "Vipassana, the way for all", AB 99, 1978, 116-119

AB221 Nyanaponika Thera (tr.), The Roots of Good and Evil. 1978

AB221.5 K. Ramakrsna Rao, "Psychology of transcendance: a study in early Buddhistic psychology", JIndPsych 1, 1978, 1-21

AB222 Amarasiri Weeraratne, "The doctrine of sunyata in Theravada and Mahayana", Buddhist 49.1-2, 1978, 13-14

AB223 Buddhist Texts Translated from Pali. Wheel 251-253, 1978, 1-104

AB224 Aloysius Pieris, "The notions of citta, atta and attabhava in the Pali exegetical writings", PBR 4, 1979, 5-15

AB225 Atul N. Sinha, "A note on the authority of Buddhavacana (according to the Theravada tradition)", JRS 6.2, 1978, 50-54

AB226 Chogyam Trungpa, Glimpses of Abhidharma. Boulder 1978

AB227 U Nu, "Vipassana meditation", Hindutva 9.3, 1978 - 9.12, 1979

AB227.1 Alex Wayman, "The Mahasanghika and the Tathagatagarbha", JIABS 1, 1978, 35-52

AB227.2 P.V.Bapat, "Attadipa in Pali literature", Prajnaloka 1, 1979, 127-130

AB228 Silananda Brahmachari, An Introduction to Abhidharma Buddhist Philosophy and Psychology. Calcutta 1979

AB229 Jong, "The background of early Buddhism", JDJBS 29-42

AB230 Albert J. Groening, "Some thoughts on Buddhist meditation", Buddhist 50.7, 1979, 8-9

AB231 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Buddhist theory of survival and kamma", Buddhist 50.5, 1979, 3-6; 50.6, 1979, 3-5; 50.7, 1979, 3-7; 50.8, 1979, 4-7

AB232 Rune E.A. Johansson, The Dynamic Psychology of Early Buddhism. Oxford 1979

AB233 L.M.Joshi, "Nirvana according to Buddhist scriptures". JRS 7.2, 1979, 4-23

AB234 Richard H. Jones, "Theravada Buddhism and morality", JAAR 47, 1979, 371-388

AB235 David J. Kalupahana, "The early Buddhist notion of the middle path", EB 12.1, 1979, 30-48

AB236 D.J.Kalupahana, "Early Buddhism and the quality of life", Buddhist 50.1, 1979, 6-11

AB237 Nathan Katz, "Does the 'cessation of the world' entail the cessation of emotions? The psychology of the Arahant", PBR 4. 1979, 53-65

AB238 Peter Masefield, "The nibbana-parinibbana controversy", Religion 9, 1979, 215-230

AB239 Barbara Stoler Miller, "On cultivating the immeasurable change of heart: the Buddhist brahma-vihara formula", JIP 4, 1979, 209-221

AB240 Jyotir Mitra, "Theories of pancamahabhutika and tridosa as depicted in Tripitaka", JGJRI 35.3-4, 1979, 11-26

AB241 Nyanaponika, "The analogy of jivanmukta in Vedanta with the Arahant in Pali Buddhism", PBR 4, 1979, 71-85

AB242 Alec Robertson, "How does the mind function?", Buddhist 50.1, 1979, 50-52

AB242.1 H. Saddhatissa, "Anatta, the crux of Buddhism", MB 54, 1979, 93-95

AB243 Arvind Sharma, "Anicca", PBR 4, 1979, 16-24

AB244 James Santucci, "Transpersonal psychological observations in Theravada Buddhist meditative practice", JIABS 2.2, 1979, 66-78

AB244.1 H. H. Tibe, Pali Buddhism. New Delhi 1979

AB245 Henri Van Zeyst, Marks of Distinction)(ti-lakkhana). Columbia 1979

AB246 A.Wijesekere, "Concept of peace in early Buddhism", Buddhist 50.1, 1979, 12-15

AB247 Solomon Abeyesekare, "The seven stages of purity or satta visuddhi", Buddhist 51.1, 1980, 34-39

AB248 Harvey B. Aronson, Love and Sympathy in Theravada Buddhism. Delhi 1980

AB248.1 M. Berganzi, "Observations su samatha und vipassana nel Budismo Theravada", RDSO 54, 1980: 143-170, 327-357

AB249 Dipak Bhattacharya, "The scheme of four in early Buddhism", Bh-Bhanam 291-298

AB250 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, "Dittham, sutam, matam, vinnatam", BSWR 10-15

AB251 George D. Bond, "Theravada Buddhism and the aims of Buddhist studies", SHB 43-66

AB252 George D. Bond, "Theravada Buddhism's meditations on death and the symbolism of initiatory death", HistR 19, 1980, 237-258

AB253 James W. Boyd, "The Theravada view of samsara", BSWR 29-43

AB253.5 Mark Davis, "Sammaditthi and the dynamic universe", WFBR 17.3, 1980, 26-32

AB254 S.N.Dube, Cross Currents in Early Buddhism. New Delhi 1980

AB255 Richard Gombrich, "The significance of former Buddhas in the Theravadin tradition", BSWR 62-72

AB255.1 Henepola Gunaratne, A Critical Analysis of the Jhanas in Theravada Buddhist Meditation. Ph.D.Thesis, American University 1980

AB256 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The doctrine of paticcasamuppada", Buddhist 50.9, 1980, 2-5; 50.10, 1980, 3-5; 50.11, 1980, 3-6

AB256.1 Richard Hubert Jones, Mysticism and Science: A Comparative Study of the Claims about Reality in Western Natural Science, Theravada Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta. Ph.D.Thesis, Columbia University 1980

AB256.2 Pahalwattage Don Premasiri, Moral Evaluation in Early Buddhism: From the Perspective of Western Philosophical Analysis. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Hawaii 1980

AB256.3 Vinai U. Sivakul, "Five mental factors of concentration", WFBR 17.3, 1980, 33-36

AB256.3 Nina van Gorkam, Buddhist outlook on Daily life. Bangkok 1980

AB257 Fumimaro Watanabe, "The concept of Abhidhamma in the nikayas and agamas: its characteristics", BGK 36, 1980, 1-23

AB257.2 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Is the Abhidharma a teaching of the Buddha?", WFBR 17.3, 1980, 13-17

AB258 Etienne Lamotte, "Conditioned co-production and supreme enlightenment", BSWR 118-132

AB259 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Ignorance or misconception? A note on avidya in Buddhism", BSWR 154-164

AB260 E. Moerloose, "The way of vision (darsanamarga) in the Tocharian and old Turkish versions of the Maitreyasamitinataka", CAJ 23, 1979, 240-249

AB261 Nanajivako, "The way of Buddhist meditation", PBR 4, 1979, 93-97

AB262 Akiko Osaki, "Abhutva-bhava", JIBSt 28.2, 1980, 19-22

AB263 Joaquin Perez-Ramon, Self and Non-Self in Early Buddhism. The Hague 1980

AB264 Aloysius Pieris, "The notions of citta, atta and attabhava in the Pali exegetical writings", BSWR 213-222

AB265 Noble Ross Reat, "Theravada Buddhism and morality: objections and corrections", JAAR 48, 1980, 433-440

AB266 Alec Robertson, "The floods of samsara (existence)", Buddhist 51.1, 1980, 25-29

AB267 Braj M. Sinha, "The Abhidharmika notion of vijnana and its soteriological significance", JIABS 3.1, 1980, 54-67

AB268 Alex Wayman, "The sixteen aspects of the four noble truths and their opposites", JIABS 3.2, 1980, 67-78

AB269 Amarasiri Weeraratne, "Antarabhava", Buddhist 51.1, 1980, 55-60

AB270 Isshi Yamada, "Premises and implications of interdependence", BSWR 267-293

AB271 Heinz Bechert, "Studies in the origin of early Buddhist schools, their language and literature", IIG 70-78

AB271.0 George D. Bond, The Word of the Buddha: the Tripitaka and its interpretation in Theravada Buddhism. Colombo 1982

AB271.1 Buddhadasa, :The seven purifications, the five stages in vipassana and the nine steps in the perfection of knowledge:, MB 89, 1981, 229-235

AB272 Jose I. Cabezon, "The concepts of truth and meaning in the Buddhist scriptures", JIABS 4.1, 1981, 9-23

AB272.1 Lily de Silva, "Cetovimutti, pannavimutti and ubhatobhagavimutti". MB 89, 1981, 1-24

AB273 The Essence of Buddhism. Edited by Sri Kalyana Dharma Publications Committee. Colombo 1981

AB274 Balkrishna Govind Gokhale, "Bhakti in early Buddhism", TMBM 16-28 2

AB275 Paul Griffiths, "Concentration or insight: the problematic of Theravada meditation theory", JAAR 49, 1981, 605-624. Reprinted BCCRS 1, 154-170

AB275.1 Henapola Gunaratne, "Place of jhana and samadhi in Theravada Buddhism", MB 89, 1981, 87-96

AB275.2 I.B.Horner, "Keci: 'some" in the Pali commentaries", JPTS 9, 1981, 87-95

AB276 Thomas Kochumuttam, "Sunyata and tathata: emptiness and suchness", JD 6, 1981, 18-36

AB277 Paul Kimberly Ling, The Intensive Buddhist Meditation Retreat and the Self: Psychological and Theravadin Considerations. Ph.D.Thesis, Boston University 1981

AB278 Kiyoshi Ota and Masataka Ikada, "Buddhist studies in Japan", PBR 6, 1981, 7-33

AB279 Jampa Lobsang Panglung, Die Erzahlstoff des Mulasarvastivadavinaya. Analysiert auf Grund des tibetsichen Übersetzung. Studia Philologica Buddhica Monograph Series 3, Tokyo 1981

AB280 C.S.Prasad, "Attitude of Buddha and early Buddhism towards metaphysics", StIndPh 1-18

AB281 Geshe Rabten, "The twelve links of dependent origination", TatT 83-87

AB282 Shanta Ratnayaka, "Metapsychology of the Abhidharma", JIABS 4.2, 1981, 76-90

AB283 Andrea Razzino, Panna and Karuna in Theravada Buddhist Ethics compared to Love in Protestant Christian Ethics. Ph.D.Thesis, Northwestern University 1981

AB284 Sherkong Rinpoche, "Renunciation", TatT 41-53

AB285 Galek Rinpoche, "Developing samadhi", TatT 97-102

AB285.1 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "A further note on Pali gotrabhu", JPTS 9, 1981, 175-177

AB285.2 N. H. Samtani, "Nirvana and akasa: significance of analogy", MB 88, 1981, 83-86

AB286 Arvind Sharma, "The significance of the Brahmavihara in Theravada Buddhism", PBR 6, 1981, 37-40

AB286.1 Arvind Sharma, "Advaita Vedantic and Theravada-Buddhistic mysticism: a distinction", BhV 41.3-4, 1981, 69-72

AB287 Braj M. Sinha, "Temporality and consciousness in Abhidharmika Buddhism: a phenomenological approach", BWP 425-443

AB288 Ninian Smart, "Problems of the application of Western terminology to Theravada Buddhism, with special reference to the relationship between the Buddha and the gods", BWP 444-449

AB289 Kannimahara Sumangala Thera, "The attainment to the state of a sotapanna or 'stream-enterer'", Buddhist 52.2, 1981, 17-19

AB289.5 Serena Tennekoon, An Introduction to Three Sociologically Significant Buddhist Concepts: Kamma, Dana, Dhamma. Colombo 1981

AB290 Mahesh Tiwary, "Meditation in Theravada Buddhism", TatT 103-113

AB290.0 A. K. Warder, "Some problems of the later Pali literature", JPTS 9, 1981, 198-207

AB290.1 Jeffrey Douglas Watts, Determinism and the Path to Freedom in Early Buddhism. Ph.D.Thess, University of Hawaii 1981

AB291 Paul M. Williams, "On the Abhidharma ontology", JIP 9, 1981, 227-257. BCCRS 4, 335-360

AB292 Thubten Yeshe, "Creating space for dharma", TatT 17-23

AB293 George D. Bond, "Faith and meditation: a comparison of sarana and anussati in the Theravada tradition", JDPUC 1, 1982-83, 31-42

AB294 George D. Bond, "The Buddha as refuge in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", 3-FoldR 16-32

AB295 John Benedict Buescher, The Buddhist Doctrine of Two Truths in the Vaibhasika and Theravada Schools. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Virginia 1982, 1983; Ann Arbor 1985.

AB296 John Ross Carter, "Dhamma as refuge in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", 3-FoldR 33-40

AB296.1 John Ross Carter, TheThree-Fold Refuge in the Theravada Buddhist Tradition. Chambersburg, Pa 1982

AB297 John Ross Carter, "The notion of 'refuge' (sarana) in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", 3-FoldR 1-15

AB298 Stephen Collins, Selfless Persons: Imagery and Thought in Theravada Buddhism. Cambridge 1982

AB299 Kotatsu Fujita, "The doctrinal characteristics of karman in early Buddhism", IBSDJ 149-160

AB300 Sodo Mori, "The vitandavadins (sophists) as seen in the Pali Atthakathas", PBBK 1, 172-188

AB300.5 Mahinda Palihawadane, "'Liberation' in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", OHCHB 186-208

AB301 Edmund F. Perry and Shanta Ratnayaka, "The Samgha as refuge in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", 3-FoldR 41-56

AB302 David F.T.Rodier, "Meditative states in the Abhidharma and in pseudo-Dionysius", NIT 121-136

AB302.1 Hammavala Saddhatissa, "A survey of samatha meditation", MB 90, 1982, 82-86

AB303 Gregory Schopen, "Hinayana texts in a 14th Century Persian chronicle", CAJ 26, 1982, 225-235

AB303.1 Nina van Gokem, "Abhidhamma and practice", MB 90, 1982, 1-8

AB304 Alex Wayman, "A study of the Vedantic and Buddhist theory of nama-rupa", IBSDJ 617-642. Reprinted UTK 505-528

AB305 Dilip K. Barua, "Pali Tipitaka and applied bibliotherapy", CBWCC 240-248

AB306 Michael A. Best, "Theravadin tradition and Jean-Paul Sartre on the nature of self", YB 1983, 219-224

AB307 Rod Bucknell and Martin Stuart Fox, "Did the Buddha impart an esoteric teaching?", JIH 61, 1983, 1-18

AB308 Grace Gayle Burford, The Ideal Goal according to Atthakavagga and its Major Pali Commentaries. Ph.D.Thesis, Northwestern University 1983

AB309 George Chatalian, "Early Indian Buddhism and the nature of philosophy: a philosophical investigation", JIP 11, 1983, 167-222

AB310 John M. Cooper (tr.), "Two sutras on dependent origination", BudSR 1, 1983-84, 31-34. Comments 136-142

AB311 L.S., "Nibbana and Abhidhamma", BudSR 1, 1983-84, 95-109. Reprinted BudSR 1.2, 1984, 95-109

AB311.0 John H. Engler, Theravada Buddhist Insight Meditation and an Object-Relations Model of Therapeutic Developmental Change. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Chicago 1983

AB311.1 Jacqueline Filliozat, "Études récentes sur les textes pali", Bulletin d'Etudes Indiennes 1, 1983, 75-80

AB312 Paul Griffiths, "Buddhist jhana: a form-critical study", Religion 13, 1983, 99-112

AB313 Shohei Ichimura, "Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism", BCON 113-132

AB314 Shohei Ichimura, "Buddhist thoughts on the relationship between religion and logical thinking, especially in Theravada and Zen", BCON 149-170

AB315 Tilak Kariyawasan, "The methodology of early Buddhist meditational practice", Buddhist 54.1, 1983, 32-34

AB316 Tan Kheng Khoo, "Citta bhavana", YB 1983, 193-198

AB317 Ria Kloppenborg, "The Paccekabuddha. A Buddhist ascetic", Wheel 305-307, 1983

AB318 Ria Kloppenborg, "Theravada Buddhism in Nepal", YB 1983, 65-70

AB319 Sodo Mori, "Atthakathacariyas and Atthakathikas", JIBSt 31.2, 1983, 1-7

AB320 Klaus Mylius, Die vier wedlen Wahrheiten. Texte des ursprüngliche Buddhismus.aus dem Pali. Leipzig 1983

AB321 Ria Nakayama, "Theravada school and non-Vinaya Buddhism in Japan", CBWCC 246-251

AB322 Nanajivaka, "An atlas of Abhidhamma diagrams", BudSR 1, 1983-84, 110-114

AB323 K.R.Norman, Pali Literature, including the Canonical Literature in Prakrit and Sanskrit of All the Hinayana Schools of Buddhism. History of Indian Literature 7.2, Wiesbaden 1983

AB324 Nyanaponika Thera, Contemplation of Feeling. Wheel 303-304, 1983

AB325 Maha Thera Piyassi, "Moral causation and survival", MB 91, 1983, 99-101

AB326 Yogachara Rahula, "Techniques of meditation in Theravada and Mahayana", MB 91, 1983, 99-101

AB327 Hammalawa Saddhatissa, "The bodhi: the enlightenment", MB 91, 1983, 75-77

AB328 Hajime Sakurabe, "Some problems of anatman theory in reference to the Pali Nikayas (in Japanese with English summary). ODKN 35, 1983, 67-100

AB329 Arvind Sharma, "How is the Buddha different from an arahant in Theravada Buddhism", BudSR 1.1, 1983, l6-24

AB330 Braj M. Sinha, Time and Temporality in Samkhya-Yoga and Abhidharma Buddhism. Delhi 1983

AB330.5 Haraharan Singh Sobti, "The Concept of Nibbana in Early Buddhism. 1983. Sumamrized in RBS pp. 60-61

AB331 Mahesh Tiwary, "Citta-vithi (course of cognition)", JDBSDU 7, 1983, 84-95

AB332 U Thittila Sayadaw, "The characteristics of Theravada Buddhism",YB 1983, 53-56

AB333 D. Amarasiri Weeraratne, "Puggalavada and Theravada", YB 1983, 147-148

AB334 W.G.Weeraratne, "Mind and meditation", YB 1983, 155-158

AB335 Mohan Wijayaratna, Le Moine Bouddhiste selon les textes du theravada. Paris 1983

AB336 Martin G. Wiltshire, "The 'suicide' problem in the Pali canon", JIABS 6.2, 1983, 124-140

AB336.1 Aggavamsa, "Kamma", JDPaliUC 2, 1984-85, 5-8

AB337 Harvey B. Aronson, "Buddhist and non-Buddhist approaches to the sublime attitudes (brahmavihara)", BSHHS 16-24

AB338 Dipak K. Barua, "Delineation of rupam in Theravada Buddhism", MB 92, 1984, 79-89

AB339 Dipak Kumar Barua, "Early Buddhist concept of matter", Acarya-Vandana 174-186

AB340 Bhikkhu Bodhi, The Noble Eightfold Path. Wheel 308-311, 1984

AB341 George D. Bond, "The development and elaboration of the arahant ideal in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", JAAR 52, 1984, 227-242

AB342 Rod Bucknell, "The Buddhist path to liberation: an analysis of the listing of stages", JIABS 7.2, 1984, 7-40

AB343 Colette Caillat, "Prohibited speech and subhasita in the Theravada tradition", ITaur 12, 1984, 61-74

AB344 Thich Thien Chau, "The literature of the Pudgalavadins", JIABS 7.1, 1984, 7-16

AB345 Ernst David, "Meditation und Gedicht--ein Paar subjective Anmerkungen", Bodhi Baum 9.3, 1984, 149-152

AB346 Rewata Dhamma, "The fundamental forces of the mind", MB 92, 1984, 137-145

AB347 Mirko Fryba, "Abhidhamma--eine uralte Grundlage Transpersonalen psychotherapie", Bodhi Baum 9.2, 1984, 113-116

AB348 B.G.Gokhale, "On the Buddhist conception of attha", RSAI 47-59

AB349 Jeffery Roger Goodpaster, Theravada Buddhism and Jungian Psychology: A Comparative Study. Ph.D.Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies 1984

AB350 Ta Kheng Koo, "Meditation as a tool in reducing mental suffering", YB 1984, 107-110

AB351 Bhiksu Madhankar, "The bodhisattva doctrine in Sthaviravada and Mahayana", ABSP 52-62

AB352 David Maurice, "The sankhara of the paticcasamuppada", YB 1984, 111-112

AB353 James Paul McDermott, Development in the Early Buddhist Concept of Kamma/Karma. New Delhi 1984, 2003

AB354 Kiyotaka Minami, "A tradition of the Atthakavagga in primitive Buddhism" (in Japanese with English summary), BDDKK 12, 1984, 93-107

AB355 Kogen Mizuno, "The origin of the Buddhist sutras and their language", JAsSt 1.2, 1984, 1-34

AB355.1 Sodo Mori, A Study of the Pali Commentaries. Theravadic Aspects of the Attakathas. Tokyo 1984

AB356 Biswadeb Mukherjee, "On the relationship between the Sarvastivada Vinaya and the Mulasarvastivada Vinaya", Journal of Asian Studies (Madras) 2.1, 1984, 139-l65

AB357 Perry Schmidt-Luekel, Die Bedeutung des Todes für das menschliches Selbstverständnis im Pali-Buddhismus. Munchen 1984

AB358 K.B.L.Shukla, "Relationship of mind and matter as depicted in Abhidharma", PAIOC 31, 1984, 367-368

AB359 Ninian Smart, "Action and suffering in the Theravada tradition", PEW 34, 1984, 371-378

AB360 Alexander Syrkin, "On the beginning of suttapitaka (the Brahmajala Sutta)", OHDI 57-72

AB361 Mahesh Tiwary Shastri, "Death to birth and thereafter", JDBSDU 8, 1984, 7-14

AB361.1 Mahesh Tiwary, Pari-nibbana. Bodhi-Rasmi 89-93

AB362 U Thittila Sayadaw, "Concentration before meditation", YB 1984, 137-140

AB363 Alfred Weil, "Friedlöse Welt--Weltlöser Frieden", Bodhi Baum 9, 1984, 230-234

AB364 Alfred Weil, "Individualpsychologie und Buddhismus", Bodhi Baum 9, 1984, 105-112

AB364.1 Dipak K. Barua, "Consciousness or citta as revealed in early Pali texts", MB 93, 1985 2-8

AB365 Heinz Bechert, "Einleitung", ZSWH 20-55

AB365.5 Heinz Bechert, Zur Schulzugehörigkeit von Werken der Hinayana-Literatur. Gottingen 1985

AB365.8 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Vision and routine", BPSN 3, 1985

AB366 George D. Bond, "Text and context in the Theravada Buddhist tradition: the interpretations of the arahant ideal", JRS 13.1, 1985, 39-55

AB367 Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya, "Problems of early Buddhism", KISSC 228-255

AB367.1 Rewata Dhamma, "The Theravadin perspective on life after death", MB 93, 1985, 2-8

AB367.2 U. Dhammaratna, "Significance of cetana in the doctrine of kamma", MB 93, 1985, 109-113

AB368 Siglinde Dietz, "Untersüchung zur Schulzugehörigkeit der Ujjainliegenden Gilgit-Fragmente", ZSWH 163-179

AB369 Balkrishna Govind Gokhale, "Bhakti in early Buddhism", JAAS 15, 1985, 16-28

AB370 Henepole Gunaratne, The Path of Serenity and Insight. An Explanation of the Buddhist Jhanas. Delhi 1985

AB371 Ratna Handurukande, "Dasakusala karmapatha--the path of good actions", SLJH 11, 1985, 39-44

AB372 Tetsuo Hashimoto, "'Time' in early Buddhism", JAsSt 3.1, 1985, 101-111

AB373 F. Lottermoser, "Zur Typologie von Parellelstellen in der Pali-Literatur", ZDMG Supplements 22, 1985, 328-329

AB374 K.G.Mendis, The Abhidharma in Practice. Wheel 322-323, 1985

AB375 Shanta Ratnayaka, "The Bodhisattva ideal of Theravada", JIABS 8.2, 1985, 85-110

AB375.1 Robert Lee Robbins, The Multidimensional Character of Paticcasamuppada from an East-West Perspective. Ph.D.Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies 1985

AB376 David Seyfort Ruegg, "Über die Nikayas der Sravakas und den Ursprung der philosophischen Schülen des Buddhismus nach den tibetischen Quellen", ZSWH 111-126

AB376.1 Hammavala Saddhatissa, "The concept of kamma in Buddhism", MB 93, 1985, 47-48

AB377 Lore Sander, "Parisad und parsad in Vinaya- und Hinayana-Sutra-Texten aus den Turfan-funden und Gilgit", ZSWH I, 144-161

AB378 Lambert Schmithausen, "Beiträge zur Schulzugehörigkeit und Textgeschichte Kanonischer und postkanonischer buddhistischer Materialien", ZSWH II, 304-405

AB379 Harcharan Singh Sobti, Nibbana in Early Buddhism. Based on Pali Sources (6th c. B.C. to 5th A.D.). Delhi 1985

AB380 Oskar von Hinuber, "Die Bestimmung des Schulzugehörigkeit buddhistischer Texte nach sprachlicher Kriterion", ZSWH I, 57-75

AB380.5 Peter C. Verhagen, "Tibetan expertive on Sanskrit grammar–a case-study: grammatical analysis of the term pratityasamutpada", JTibS 8, 1985, 21-48

AB381 Georg von Simson, "Stil und Schulzugehörigkeit buddhistischer Sanskrittexte", ZSWH I, 76-93

AB382 Solomon Abeyasekara, "The process of sense-recognition in Buddhism", YB 1986, 85-90

AB382.3 Amrtaanda, A Shbort History of Theravada Buddhism in Modern Nepal. Kathmandu 1986

AB382.5 Anandamaitreya, Meditation on breathing: anapana-gati: development of mindfulness as expounded by the Buddha. Los Angeles, 1986

AB383 H. Bechert, Zur Schulzugehörigkeit von Werken der Hinayana Literatur. 2 Teile.   Gottingen 1986-1987

AB383.5 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Purification of mind", BPSN 4, 1986

AB383.6 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "The case for study", BPSN 5, 1986

AB384 James W. Boyd, "Suffering in Theravada Buddhism", SIP 145-162

AB385 Paul R. Fleischner, "The therapeutic action of vipassana", Wheel 229/230, 1986, 1-19

AB386 Rupert Gethin, "The five khandhas: their treatment in the Nikayas and early Abhidhamma", JIP 14, 1986, 36-54. Reprinted BCCRS 4, 143-158

AB387 Peter Harvey, "'Signless' meditations in Pali Buddhism", JIABS 9.1, 1986, 25-52

AB388 Peter Harvey, "The between-lives state in the Pali suttas", PIRKW 175-190

AB389 Tetsuo Hashimoto, "Time in early Buddhism", JAsSt 3.1, 1986, 101-112

AB390 Peter Masefield, Divine Revelation in Pali Buddhism. Colombo 1986

AB391 Bruce Matthew, "Post-classical developments in the concepts of karma and rebirth in Theravada Buddhism", KRPCD 123-144

AB392 Hajima Nakamura, "Analysis of the individual existence by way of Buddhist psychology", FPS 230-242

AB392.5 Joaquin Perez-Ramon, "The self and the production of pleasure and pain in early Buddhism", BAEO 17, 1981, 39-70

AB393 Edwina Pio, "The brahmavihara of early Buddhism", IPP 3, 1986, 35-50

AB394 Edwina Pio, "Mutations in the arahant ideal", Indica 23, 1986, 21-30

AB395 K. Ramakrishna Rao, "Psychology of transcendence: a study in early Buddhistic psychology", FPS 243-276

AB396 Ninian Smart, "Problems of the application of Western terminology to Theravada Buddhism", NSCE 113-118

AB397 Amadeo Sile-Leris, Tranquility and Insight. An Introduction to the Oldest Form of Buddhist Meditation. Boston 1986

AB398 Geshe Lhundub Sopa, "The special theory of pratityasamutpada: the cycle of dependent origination", JIABS 9.1, 1986, 105-120

AB399 Mahesh Tiwary, "Vedananupassana", JDBSDU 10, 1986, 7-14

AB400 Chi-Shin Yu, Early Buddhism and Christianity. Delhi 1986

AB401 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "The Mahasamghika school of Buddhist thought", JDBSDU 11.2, 1987, 1-5

AB402 Thich Thien Chau, "Les réponses des pudgalavadin aux critiques des écoles bouddhiques", JIABS 10.1, 1987, 33-54

AB402.1 Steven Collins, "Kalyanamitta and kalyanamittata", JPTS 11, 1987, 51-72

AB402.3 Terence P. Day, Great Tradition and Little Tradition in Theravada Buddhist Studies. Lewiston 1987

AB403 Lily de Silva, "Nibbana as experience", SLJBS 1, 1987, 29-50

AB403.5 B.S.L.Hanumantha Rao, "the Saila sects of Andhakas", SVUOJ 30-31, 1987-88, 43-54

AB404 Lily de Silva, "Sense experience of the liberated being as reflected in early Buddhism", BudPhilCult 13-22

AB404.0 Mirko Fryba, Anleitung zum Glucklichsein: der Psychologie des Abhidhamma. Freiburg in Breisgau 1987. Translated as The Art of Happiness (Boston 1989). Reprinted as The Practice of Happiness (Boston 1995)

AB404.1 R.M.L.Gethin, The Path to Awakening: A Study of the Thirty-Seven Bodhipakkhiya Dhamma in the Nikayas and Abhidharma. Two Volumes. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Manchester 1987. Printed as The Buddhist Path to Awakening: A Study of the Bodhi-Pakkhiya Dhamma (Leiden 1992)

AB404.2 Nina van Gorkom, The Problem of Fear in Time of Grief: Two Letters on Dhamma. Kandy 1987

AB405 Frank J. Hoffman, "The pragmatic efficacy of saddha", JIP 15, 1987, 399-412

AB406 Frank J. Hoffman, Rationality and Mind in Early Buddhism. Delhi 1987. Discussed by Peter Masefield, Numen 38, 1992, 256-260 and reply by Hoffman, Numen 39, 1992, 253

AB407 M. Karaluvinne, "Dharmaguptaka", EnBud 4.4, 1987, 526-526

AB408 Y. Karunadasa, "Abhidharma theory of pannatti--the category of the nominal and the conceptual", BudPhilCult 71-92

AB409 W.S.Karunaratne, "Background to the theory of levels of predication of reality in early Buddhism", BudPhilCult 1-12

AB410 Etienne Lamotte, "Religious suicide in early Buddhism", BSR 4.2, 1987, 105-118

AB410.1 Bandusena Wickremasinghe Madanayaka, A Study of Sankharas in Early Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Toronto 1987

AB410.5 Sodo Mori, "Chronology of the Sihala sources of the Pali commentaries", Bukkyo Kenkhu 16, 1987 - 17, 1988. Reprinted StPaliCom 21-106

AB411 P.D.Premasri, "Early Buddhist analysis of varieties of cognition", SLJBS 1, 1987, 51-69

AB412 P.D.Premasri, "Early Buddhist conception of ethical knowledge--a philosophical analysis", BudPhilCult 37-70

AB413 Vijitha Rajapakse, "Early Buddhism and John Stuart Mill's thinking in the fields of philosophy and religion: some notes towards a comparative study", PEW 37, 1987, 260-285

AB413.5 Satyapala, An Analytic Study of Death in Pali Triupitaka. 1987. Summarized in RBS pp. 86-88

AB414 Madawala Seelawimala and Arnold McKinley, "Sati (mindfulness) and the structure of the mind in early Buddhism", TPW 3, 1987, 3-14

AB414.5 Peter Skilling, "History and tenets of the Sammitiya school", Linh-san-Publication d/Etudes Buddhologiques 19, 1982, 38-52. Reprinted Articleschoisis

AB415 Mahesh Tiwary, "Bhakti in early Buddhist traditions", HSAJIS 86-92

AB416 H.G.A.van Zeyst, "Dharmottariya", EnBud 4.4, 1988, 565

AB417 Phra Acharn Tharvee Baladhammo, "The development of purification and insight", BSR 5.1, 1988, 3-20

AB418 Andre Bareau, "Les débuts de la predication du Buddha selon l'Ekottara-agama", BEFEO 77, 1988, 69-96

AB418.0.George D. Bond, "The arahant: sainthood in Theravada Buddhism", Sainthood 140-171

AB418.1 Francis X. Clooney, S.J., "Sacrifice and transcendence: a comparison of Buddhist and Mimamsa approaches", NBLBS 25-40

AB419 Collett Cox, "On the possibility of a nonexistent object of consciousness: Sarvastivadin and Darstantika theories", JIABS 11.1, 1988, 31-88. Reprinted BCCRS 482-126

AB419.00 Terence P. Day, Great Tradition/Little Tradition in Theravada Buddhisst Studies. Lewiston, N.Y. 1988

AB419.0 Lily de Silva, "Some exegetical techniques employed in the Pali commentaries", SLJBS 2, 1988, 91-108

AB419.1 S.N.Dube, "Some early Buddhist reflections on nirvana", NBLBS 59-66

AB420 Richard Gombrich, Theravada Buddhism. A Social History from Ancient Benares to Modern Colombo. New York 1988

AB420.1 Nina van Gorkom, Buddhism in Daily Life. London 1988, 1992, 1996

AB421 Henepola Gunaratna, "The jhanas in Theravada Buddhist meditation", Wheel 351-353, 1988, 75 pp.

AB422 Ruben L.F. Habito, "Buddhist philosophy as experiential path: a journey through the Sutta Nipata", IPQ 28, 1988, 125-140

AB422.1 Charles Hallisey, Devotion in the Buddhist Literature of Medieval Sri Lanka. Two volumes. Ph.D.Thesis, U. of Chicago 1988, 1990

AB423 W.S.Karunaratne, The Theory of Causality in Early Buddhism. Indumati Karunaratne 1988

AB424 Bimlendra Kumar, Philosophy of Relations in Buddhist Philosophy. Delhi 1988

AB425 Peter Masefield, "The origin and development of the peta in early Buddhism", RCT 47-70 [?]

AB426 Prabhakar Mishra, "The need for the idea of tathagata in early Buddhism", PBh 5, 1988, 67-70

AB426.1 Sodo Mori, "Uttaraviharatthakatha and Sarasamasa", JPTS 12, 1988, 1-48

AB427 Hari Shankar Prasad, "The concept of time in Pali Buddhism", EAW 38, 1988, 107-136

AB428 Nand Kishore Prasad, "The concept of paccekabuddha in early Buddhism", PBh 5, 1988, 45-50

AB428.1 Sibnath Sarma, "Pratityasamutpada: the Buddhist theory of causality", JUG 34, 1988, 180-187

AB429 Mahesh Tiwari, "Samatha meditation in Theravada Buddhism", BudSR 1988, 21-37

AB430 Chogyam Trungpa, Glimpses of Abhidharma. Delhi 1988

AB431 Tilmann Vetter, The Ideas and Meditative Practices of Early Buddhism. Leiden 1988

AB431.3 A. K. Anantanatham, "The notion of dhamma in early Theravada Buddhist tradition", JTS 35, 1989, 17-27

AB431.5 A. C. Banerjee, "The Vatsiputriya school of Buddhist thought", BMBCV 84-86

AB432 P.R.Barua, Early Buddhism and the Brahmanical Doctrines. Dacca n.d.

AB432.0 Sukomal Barua, Paticcasamuppada: its twelve links in the wheel of becoming", DUS 46.1, 1989, 117-139

AB432.1 Kamaleshwar Bhattacharya, "Brahman in the Pali canon and in the Pali commentaries", Amala Prajna 15-31

AB432.1.1 Kamaleshwar Bhattacharya, "Some thoughts on atman-Brahman in early Buddhism", BMBCV 63-83

AB432.2 Saeng Chandra-Ngram, "The process of Buddhist enlightenment", Amala Prajna 301-317

AB432.2.5 Eric Cheetham, The Pre-Mahayanic Landscape. London 1989

AB432.3 Balkrishna Govind Gokhale, "Aloka Udapadi: the imagery of illuminations in early Buddhist literature", Amala Prajna 1-10

AB433 Winston L. King, "Sacramental aspects of Theravada Buddhist meditation", Numen 36, 1989, 248-256

AB433.0 Sodo Mori, "The value of the Pali commentaries as research material", Josai Studies in the Humanities 17.1, 1989. Reprinted StPaliCom 1-19

AB433.1 Walpola Rahula, "Validity and vitality of Theravada tradition", MW 64, 1989, 205-211

AB433.2 Bhiksu Satyapada, "A critique on asava", PBE 1989, 34-47

AB434 Martin Stuart-Fox, "Jhana and Buddhist scholasticism", JIABS 12.2, 1989, 79-110

AB434.0 C. Sunesin, "the interpretation of the samasin concept in the Pali Commentaries", ZDMG Supplement 7, 1989, 497-506

AB434.0.2 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "The quest for meaning", BPSN 14, 1990

AB434.1 Nina van Gorkom, Abhidhamma in Daily life. London 1990, 1992, 1997

AB434.2 Nina van Gorkom, Conversations on Buddhism. London 1990

AB434.3 Nina van Gorkom, Inroduction to Buddhism. London 1990

AB435 Carl Suneson, "The interpretation of the samasisin concept in the Pali commentaries", ZDMG, Supplement 7, 1989, 497-506

AB435.1 Upali Karunaratne, "Ekabboharika", EnBud 5.1, 1990, 46-47

AB435.2 Upali Karunaratne, "Ekabiji", EnBud 5.1, 1990, 47

AB436 Phra Khantipala, "The limits of Theravada Buddhism", BudSR 7, 1990, 25-38

AB436.0.5 Kenneth P. Kramer, "Theravadin Buddhist commentaryon the current state of Western epistemology", BChS

AB436.0 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Ekaggata", EnBud 5.1, 1990, 48-49

AB436.01 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Ekothibhava", EnBud 5.1, 1990, 59-51

AB436.02 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Elements", EnBud 5.1, 1990, 51-52

AB436.1 K.R.Norman, "Aspects of early Buddhism", 7WSC 2, 24-35. Reprinted KRNCP 4, 124-138

AB436.5 N. Tatley, The Doctrine of Rebirth in Theravada Buddhism. D. Phil. Thesis, University of Bristol 1990

AB437 Mahesh Tiwary, "Process of death in early Buddhism", Ajaya-Sri 561-565

AB438.1 Bhavani Trivedi, "The concept of change--as treated in Buddhism: Section I: Hinayana Buddhism", Sambodhi 17, 1990-91, 68-80

AB438 Jonathan S. Walters, "The Buddha's bad karma: a problem in the history of Theravada Buddhism", Numen 37, 1990, 90-95

AB439 Karel Werner, "The palace of rationality in early Buddhism", BudSR 7, 1990, 25-38

AB439.1 Martin G. Wiltshire, Ascetic Figures Before and In Early Buddhism. Berlin 1990

AB440 Heinz Bechert, "Methodological considerations concerning the language of the earliest Buddhist tradition", BudSR 8, 1991, 3-20

AB441 Grace Burford, Desire, Death and Goodness: The Conflict of Ultimate Values in Theravada Buddhism. New York 1991

AB441.1 William Hale Burns, The Doctrine of Anatman in Early Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Texas at Austin 1991; Ann Arbor 1997

AB441.1.0 Madhumita Chattopadhyaya, "Pratityasamutpada, sunyata and human actions", JJP 3.2, 1991, 73-80

AB441.1.1 Beatrice Vogt Fryba and Mirko Fryba, "Silabatta--virtuous performance", SLJBS 3, 1991, 71-104

AB441.1.2 Mirko Fryba, Abhidhamma Zaklady meditativne psychoterapie a psychohygieny. Praha 1991

AB441.1.3 Nina van Gorkom, The Perfections Leading to Enlightenment. London 1991

AB441.1.5 Menakshi Gupta, Concept of Suffering n the Early Buddhist Tradition. 1991. Summarized ub RBS pp. 126-127

AB441.2 Kanai Lal Hazra, Studies on Pali Commentaries. Delhi 1991

AB441.3 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Faculties", EnBud 5, 1991, 199-203

AB442 Baidyanath Labh, Panna in Early Buddhism. Delhi 1991

AB442.1 K.R.Norman, "The literary works of the Abhayagiriviharins", Kalyanamittam 41-50. Reprinted KRNCP 4, 202-217

AB442.2 K.R.Norman, "Theravada Buddhism and brahmanical Hinduism" in T. Skorupski (ed.), The Buddhist Forum 2 (1991), 193-200. Reprinted KRNCP 4, 271-280

AB442.2.1 P. D. Premasiri, "Vimarnaka Sutta and applications of contemporary philosophy of religion to early Buddhism",SLJBS 3, 1991, 145-154

AB442.2.1.5 Sunananda Putuwar, "The similarities and differences between Theravada and Mahayana", WFBR 23.4, 1991, 17-24

AB442.2.2 Shanta Ratnayaka, "Quantum physics foreshadowed in the Abhidhamma", SLJBS 3, 1991, 125-134

AB442.3 Gregory Schopen, "Archaeology and Protestant presuppositions in the study of Indian Buddhism", HistR 31, 1991, 1-23

AB442.3.0 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Gokulika", EnBud 5, 1991, 357-358

AB442.3.01 Henry Weerasinghe, "The mind in early Buddhism", University of Colombo Review 10, 1991, 35-41

AB442.3.02 D. Amasiri Weeratne, "Antarabhava: the interior plane of beings seeking rebirth", WRBR 28.3, 1991, 10-14

AB442.3.1.E. Zurcher, "A new look at the earliest Chinese Buddhist texts", FBB 277-300

AB442.4 Rupert Gethin, "The matikas: memorization, mindfulness, and the list", IMM 149-172

AB442.6 Upali Karunaratne, "Hinayana", EnBud 5, 1992, 453-455

AB442.7 Upali Karunaratne, "Hasituppada-citta", EnBud 5, 1992, 416

AB443.1 Archie J. Bahm, "Buddhism: Gotamavada vs. Theravada", Darshana 32.2, 1992, 1-16

AB444 Heinz Bechert, "Buddha-Field and transfer of merit in a Theravada source", IIJ 35, 1992, 95-108

AB444.0 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "The nobility of the truths", BPSN 20, 1992

AB444.1 Grace G. Burford, "Theravada Buddhist soteriology and the paradox of desire", PathsLib 107-134

AB445 Robert E. Buswell, Jr., "The path to perdition: the wholesome roots and their eradication", PathsLib 107-134

AB446 Pratab Chandra, "Atomism and Buddhism: a note on T.W.Rhys Davids' approaches to early Buddhism", PHCDPS 11-22

AB446.01 Collett Cox, "The unbroken treatise: scripture and argument in early Buddhist scholasticism", in Innovation in Religious Traditions (ed. Michael Williams and Martin Jaffe). The Hague 1992, 143-189

AB446.03 Padmal de Silva, "Aversive strategies for behaviour changes in early Buddhism", BSPF 15-17

AB446.1 Richard Wallace Harding, An Examination of Charles Hartshorne's Process Philosophy of Religion in the Light of Abhidharma Buddhist Philosophy. Ph.D.Thesis, American University 1992

AB446.2 Paul Harrison, "Is the dharmakaya the real 'phantom body' of the Buddha?", BSPF 26-28

AB446.3 Peter Harvey, "The mind-body relationship in Pali Buddhism: a philosophical investigation", BSPF 29-30

AB447 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "On the ignorance of the arhat", PathsLib 135-146. Reprinted CPBS 167-181

AB448 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Smrti in the Abhidharma literature and the development of Buddhist accounts of memory of the past", IMM 47-60. Reprinted CPBS 281-295

AB448.0 Nanasatta Mahathera, Zaklady buddhismu. Translated by Mirko Fryba. Praha 1992, 1995

AB448.1 Nyanaponika Thera, "The omission of memory in the Theravada list of dhamma: on the nature of sanna", IMM 61-66

AB448.2 Winston L. King, Theravada Meditation. The Buddhist Transformation of Yoga. Delhi 1992

AB448.3 Narasimgha Panda, "The concept of indriya in Buddhism", VIJ 30, 1992, 89-96

AB448.4 Amalia Pezzali, "The four noble truths (aryasatya)" an analysis", BSPF 45-47

AB449 Robert Robbins, "The concept of anatta in early Buddhism", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 631-632

AB449.0 Vijay Kumar Sharma, "Concept of matter in early Buddhism", PBh 6, 1992, 35-47

AB449.1 Jikido Takasaki, "On gotrabhu", WZKSOA 36, 1992, Supplement 251-260

AB450 Mahesh Tiwari, "Process of death in early Buddhism", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 160-161

AB450.0 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Haimavata", EnBud 5, 1992, 406-408

AB450.05 Bangwei Wang, "Buddhist nikayas through ancient Chinese eyes", BSPF 65-72

AB450.00 Andre Bareau, "Le nirvana selon le bouddhisme antique dit Hinayana", L'Herme 223-241

AB450.1 Amal K. Barua, Mind and Mental Factors in Early Buddhist Psychology. New Delhi 1993

AB451 Heinz Bechert, "The nikayas of medieval Sri Lanka and the unification of the sangha by Parakramabahu I", SBWarder 11-21

AB451.00 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "From views to vision", BPSN 25, 1993

AB451.01 Roderick S. Bucknell, "Reinterpreting the jhanas, JIABS 16.2, 1993, 375-409

AB451.01.5 John Ross Carter, On Understanding Buddists: Essays on the Theravada Tradition in Sri Lanka. Albany, N.Y. 1993; Delhi 1995

AB451.02 Collett Cox, "Dependent origination: its elaboration in early Sarvastivadin Abhidharma texts", RIBP 119-142 (same as SV28.2)

AB451.03 Anagarika Govinda, Buddhist Reflections. Translated by Maurice Walshe. Delhi 1993

AB451.04 Peter Harvey, "The mind-body relationship in Pali Buddhism: a philosophical investigation", AsPOxford 3.1, 1993, 29-42

AB451.05 Akira Hirakawa, "The relationship between paticcasamuppada and dhatu", RIBP 105-118

AB451.06 Lal Mani Joshi, "Comments on 'Is early Buddhism atheistic' by David J. Kalupahana", BSR 10.2, 1993, 207-211

AB451.06.01 Indumathia Karunaratne, "Isi", EnBud 5, 1993, 589-591

AB451.06.02 Upali Karunaratne, "Indriya-samatta", EnBud 5, 1993, 556-567

AB451.06.03 Upali Karunaratne, "Indriya-samvara", EnBud 5, 1993, 567-568

AB451.06.04 Upali Karunaratne, "Indriyaparapariyotta nana", EnBud 5, 1993, 565-566

AB451.06.1 Hegoda Khemananda, Logic and Epistemology in Theravada (Theravada Nyaya). Translated by Asanga Tilakaratna. Colombo 1993

AB451.07 Bimalendra Kumar, "The law of dependent origination and relations", IndPQ 20, 1993, 391-400

AB451.2 Sanath Nanayakkara and K. Wimalajothi et al., eds., Buddhism: A Graduated Course. Four Steps. Sri Lanka 1993

AB451.2.0 B.S.L.Hanumanta Rao, "Theravada system in Andhradesa", B 101, 1993, 68-72

AB451.2.00 K. R. Norman, "The languages of early Buddhism", PCEL 83-99

AB451.2.1 Hajime Sakurabe, "Abhidharma", BudSp 67-78

AB451.3 N.H.Samtani, "A study of aspects of raga", RIBP 61-68

AB451.4 Masi Sayado, Meditace vsiimavosti a vledu (Satipatthana-Vipassana): Zakladni a pokrocile stupna. Praha 1993, 1995

AB452 Arvind Sharma, "Attitude toward past lives in Theravada Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta", SBWarder 145-148

AB453 Braj Sinha, "Notion of transcendence and soteriology in Abhidharma and Samkhya-Yoga", BHISS 56-88

AB454 Nina von Gorkom, The World in the Buddhist Sense. London 1993

AB457 Chandra B. Varma, Buddhist Phenomenology: A Theravada Perspective. Delhi 1993

AB457.1 Oskar von Hinüber, "From colloquial to standard language. The oral phase in the development of Pali", PCEL 101-113

AB457.7 R.K.Nanayakkara, "Iddhi", EnBud 5, 1993, 508-510

AB457.8 R.K.Nanayakkara, "Iddhipada", EnBud 5, 1993, 510-511

AB458 S.G.M.Weerasinghe, A Comparative Study of Early Buddhism and Kantian Philosophy. Colombo 1993

AB458.5 Senarat Wijesundara, "Indriya-paccaya", EnBud 5, 1993, 564-565

AB458.6 Senarat Wijesundara, "Indrioyapatha", EnBud 5, 1993, 588

AB458.8 Bhikhu Bodhi, "Self-transformation", BPSN 16, 1994

AB458.8.1 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Dharma and non-duality", I:BPSN 27, 1994; II. BPSN 29, 1994

AB459 Angraj Chaudhury, "The concept of matter in early Buddhism", EBPL 38-46

AB459.01 Angraj Chaudhary, "Concept of paccekabuddha", EBPL 38-46

AB459.02 Angraj Chaudhary, The altruistic motive and the changing ideals of Bodhisattva as revealed from the Dana Paramita", EBPL 117-123

AB459.03 Angraj Chaudhury, "Vipassana - a distinct contribution of Buddhism to world culture", EBPL 208-221

AB459.05 J. W. de Jong, "The beginnings of Buddhism", HBK 20, 1994, 1-18

AB460 Rupert Gethin, "Bhavanga and rebirth according to Abhidhamma", BF 3, 1994, 11-36. Reprinted in BCCRS 4, 159-181

AB460.0 Balkrishna Govind Gokhale, New light on Early Buddhism.Bombay 1994

AB460.1 Y. Karunadasa, "Nibbanic experience: a non-transcendental interpretation", SLJBS 4, 1994, 1-4

AB460.2 Kanai Lal Hazra, Pali Language and Literature. New Delhi 1994

AB461 Robert Kritzer, "Aksepahetu and abhinivrttihetu among the ten hetus and in interpretations of the pratiityasamutpada formula", JIBSt 42.2, 1994, 28-33

AB462 Robert Kritzer, "Cittaviprayuktasamskaras in the Abhidharma and the Yogacara", JIBSt 43.1, 1994, 9-15

AB462.0 Sodo Mori, with Y. Karunadasa and Toshiichi Ende, The Pali Atthakatha Correspondence Table. Oxford 1994

AB462.1 Bandana Mukhopadhyay, "Scientific basis of the paticcasamuppada", JASBe 36.1, 1994, 75-78

AB462.2 Kenneth R. Norman, "Mistaken ideas about nibbana", BF 3, 1994, 211-226 (old number AB456.1)

AB463 Braj Sinha, Notion of transcendence and soteriology in Abhidharma and Samkhya Yoga", HBISS 1994, 56-887

AB463.5 Nina van Gorkom, The Buddha's Path. London 1994, 1995

AB464 Oskar von Hinuber, "Die neun angas. Ein frühen Versuch zuer Einteilung buddhistischer Texte", WZKSOA 39, 1994, 121-136

AB464.1 Oskar von Hinuber, "Vinaya und Abhidhamma", SII 19, 1994, 109-222

AB464.5 O. H. de Wijesekere, "The concept of vinnana in Theravada Buddhism", BVSAM 1994, 103-112

AB464.6 .Ryoda Yasui, Theory of Soul in Theravada Buddhism. Calcutta 1994

AB464.7 Osama Yoshida, "Uniqueness of dependent origination (paticcasamuppada)", JIBSt 43.1, 1994, 23-26

AB465 Bela Bhattacharya, Facets of Early Buddhism. A Study of Fundamental Principles. Calcutta 1995

AB465.2 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Towards a threshold of understanding". I: BSPN 30, 1995; II BPSN 31, 1995

AB465.3 Matthieu Boisvert, The Five Aggregates: Understanding Theravada Psychology and Soteriology. Waterloo, Ont. 1995. Reprinted Delhi 1997

AB465.4 Sajin Borihararnwerkhet, Metta: Loving Kindness in Buddhism. Translated by Nina van Gorkom. London 1995

AB465.3 Padmasiri de Silva, "Theoretical perspective on emotion in early Buddhjism", EAT 109-122

AB465.4 Dhammavihari, "Buddhist ethics of pancasila: their universal acclaimability", WRBK 32.3, 1995, 24-44

AB465.5 Sumanapala Galmangoda, "Theravada theory of sounds and meanings as reflected in the Pali: traditional grammar", SLJBS 4, 1995, 163-174

AB465.6 Charles Hallisey, "Roads taken and not taken in the study of Theravada Buddhism", CurB 31-62

AB466 Sue Hamilton, "Anatta: a different approach", MW 70, 1995, 47-60

AB467 Peter Harvey, "Contemporary characterisations of the "philosophy" of Nikayan Buddhism", BudSR 12, 1995, 109-134

AB467.5 Akira Hirakawa, "The formation of the pancasila in early Buddhism", WFBK 32.3, 1995, 8-23

AB468 Somapala Jayawardhaene, "A critical introduction to the study of Pali Tikas", Sesquicentennial Volume of the Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka (ed. G.P.S.H. de Silva and C.G.Uragoda)(Colombo 1995), 285-318

AB468.5 Joy Manne, "Case histories from the Pali canon", JPTS 21, 1995, 1-128

AB468.5.5 B.N.Mishra, "Early Buddhist schools at Nalanda", JGJRI 50-51, 1994-95, 429-440

AB468.6 Subhra Pavagadhi, "The Buddhist Councils", TBHTB

AB469.Phra Prayudh Payutto, Buddhadhamma. Natural Laws and Values for Life. Translated by Grant A. Olson. Albany, N.Y. 1995

AB469.1 R. K. Rama, "Expansion of Buddhism in India",TBHTB 75-88

AB470 Ngawang Santan, "Northern Buddhism - an inappropriate term", BRMIC 46, 1995, 206-209

AB470.00 Indra Narain Singh, A Study of the Universal Flux in Theravada Buddhism. 1995. Summarized in RBS p. 164

AB470.0 Peter Skilling, "On the five aggregates of attachment", WFBK 32.2, 1995, 39-56

AB470.1 Ninian Smart, "Theravada Buddhism and the definition of religion", Sophia 34.1, 1995, 161-166

AB471.Suwanda H.J. Sugunasiri, "The whole body, hot heart, a 'seat of consciousness'; the Buddha's view", PEW 45, 1995, 409-430

AB471.5 Oskar von Hinuber, Studien zur Literatur des Theravada Buddhismus. Mainz 1995

AB472 Mathieu Boisvart, "Death as a meditation subject in Theravada Buddhism", BSR 13, 1996, 37-54

AB472.1 George D. Bond, "Theravada Buddhism's two formulations of the dasa sila and the ethics of the gradual path", PaliBud 17-42

AB472.2 Chritopher Key Chapple, "Abhidharma as paradigm for practice", PaliBud 79-100

AB472.2.5 Douglas Fernando, Die Theravada-Buddhism und die Auffassung von Gott und Menschen der biblischen Theologie. Berlin 1976

AB472.3 Padmasiri de Silve, "Suicide and emotional ambivalence, an early Buddhist perspective", PaliBud 117-132

AB472.4 G. Dharmasiri, "A Buddhist critique of Theravada", PaliBud 141-154

AB472.4.5 Mirko Fryba, Psychologie zvladani zivota: aplikace netody abhidhamma. Brno 1996

AB472.5 Mitchell Ginsberg, The Far Shore: Vippasana, the Practice of Insight. Delhi 1996

AB472.6 Henepole Gunaratna (Thera), "Akalika dhamma", SLJBS 5, 1996, 15-29

AB472.7 Charles Hallisey, "Ethical particularism in Theravada Buddhism”, JBE 3, 1996, 32-43

AB472.8 Sue Hamilton, Identity and Experience. The Constitution of the Human Being according to Early Buddhism. London 1996

AB473 Kana Lal Hazra, History of Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia with special reference to India and Ceylon. New Delhi 1996

AB473.0 Upali Karunaratne, "Jhana", EnBud 6, 1996, 50-55

AB473.00 Upali Karunaratne, "Jhana", EnBud 6, 1996, 50-55

AB473.01 Upali Karunaratne, "Kankhavitaranavisuddhi", EnBud 6, 1996, 137

AB473.1 N. Kashiwahara, "Metta in Pali Buddhism", BudIA 79-89

AB473.1.0 (Sister) Khema, "Can women attain nibbana?", WFBR 33.4, 1996, 27-35

AB473.1.1 Rajah Kuruppa, "The Buddhist goal of nibbana", Buddhist 67.1, 1996, 34-38

AB483.1.2 Palitha Manchanayaka, "Concept of anatta or 'egolessness' in Buddhism", Buddhist 67.3, 1996, 14-17

AB483.1.3 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Kamacchanda", EnBud 6, 1996, 105-106

AB473.2 Taina Nieminen, "Tanha, kamma, and reincarnation", CTA 41-58

AB473.3 Andrew Olendzki, "A proposed model of early Buddhist liberation", PaliBud 43-56

AB473.4 O. P. Pathak, "Inherent characteristics of noble truths", BudIA 1996, 13-22

AB473.5 K. H. Potter, Robert Buswell, Jr., Padmanabh S. Jaini, and Noble Ross Reat, eds., Abhidharma Buddhism to 150 A.D. Vol. 7 of The Encyclopedia of Indian Philosophies (Delhi 1996)

AB474.Charles S. Prebish, "Saiksa-dharmas revisited: further considerations of Mahasamghika origins", HistR 35, 1996, 258-270

AB474.0 Bogoda Premaratna, "Gaining entrance to the stream", Buddhist 67.1, 1996, 13-187

AB474.01 V.N.Seshagiri Rao, "Hume and early Buddhism", JMysoreU 58, 1996, 8-13

AB474.1 Shanta Ratnayaa, "Process of philosophy and Theravada Buddhism", PaliBud 184-195

AB474.2 Deshabandu Alec Robertson, "Can one realize nibbana in this life itself?", Buddhist 67.4, 1996-97: 1-4, 6

AB474.3 D. Saddhasena, "Kabalinkarahara", EnBud 6, 1996, 75

AB474.4 D. Saddhasena, "Kammapatha", EnBud 6, 1996, 121-122

AB475 Mark Siderits, "Do persons supervene on skandhas?", JIPR 1, 1996, 55-76

AB475.5 Bhupendra Nath Singh, "Importance of Theravada school", PBh 7, 1996, 87-91

AB476 Sanghasen Singh, "The problem of existence and non-existence in Buddhism", ABSB 93-109

AB477 Ninian Smart, "Theravada and processes: nirvana as meta-process", PaliBud 196-205

AB477.3 Dhammaratna Tampalawela, "Some remarks on the anatta (no-soul) doctrine", WFBR 33.1, 1996, 40-45

AB477.5 Asanga Tilakaratne, "Kamma", EnBud 6, 1996, 108-121

AB478 Mahesh Tiwary, "Concept of purification of mind in early Buddhism", BudIA 13-22

AB478.1 Oskar von Hinüber, A Handbook of Pali Literature (Indian Philology and South Asian Studies, Volume 2). Berlin 1996, 1997

AB479 Henry Weerasinghe, "Some aspects of early Buddhist psychology", SLJBS 5, 1996, 166-180

AB479.5 A.G.Weeratne, "Kamasukhallikanuyoga", EnBud 6, 1996, 107-108

AB479.6 Per Arne Berglie and Carl Suneson, "Arhatschaft und selbstmord--zur buddhistischen interpretation von cetanabhabbha/cetanadharman and attasamcetana/atmasamcetana", Kalyanamitraraganam 13-48

AB479.6.5 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "SubrahmI's problem", BPSN 37, 1997

AB479.7 Binayendra Nath Choudhury, "Treatment of relations (paccaya) in Abhidhamma system", JDPaliUC 7, 1997, 11-23

AB480 Tampalawala Dhammaratna, "Une école bouddhique originale: les personalistes (puggalavadin)", RRBS 118-137

AB485 Toshiichi Endo, "The Theravada notion of the eighteen qualities of a Buddha (attarasabuddhadhamma)", RRBS 173-193

AB485.1 Toshiichi Endo, Buddhism in Theravada Buddhism: a Study of the Concept of Burrha in the Pali Commentaries. Nedimala 1997

AB490 Sumanapala Galmangoda, "Definitions of phenomena and the noumenon in the exegetical works of the Theravada Abhidhamma", RRBS 194-210

AB495 Rupert Gethin, "Wrong view (miccha-ditthi) and right view (samma-ditthi) in the Theravada Abhidhamma", RRBS 211-229

AB599 P. Gnanarama, "Tathagata: a study of the canonical and commentarial definitions", RRBS 230-241

AB504 Paul Harrison, "The Ekottarikagama translations of An Shigao", BVSK 281-284

AB505 Peter Harvey, "Psychological aspects of Theravada Buddhist meditation training: cultivating an I'less self", RRBS 341-355

AB508 Trevor Oswald Ling, Buddhism and Mythology of Evil: A Study in Theravada Buddhism. Oxford 1997

AB510 Shiro Matsumoto and Nobuyoshi Yanabe, "A critical exchange on the idea of dhatu-vada", PBT 1997, 205-219

AB515 AloysiusPieris, S.J., "Cakkhy-vinnana which is dassanamatta: visual perception or non-perceptual vision?", RRBS 540-566

AB520 Jeffrey Samuels, "The Bodhisattva ideal in Theravada Buddhism philosophy and practice: a reevaluation of the Bodhisattva-Sravaka opposition", PEW 47, 1997, 399-416

AB522 Kevin Schilbrack, "The general and the particular in Theravada ethics: a respoonse to Charles Hallisey”, JBE 4, 1977-78, 98-111 (Halisey response 184-188)

AB523 Lambert Schmithausen, "The early Buddhist tradition and ecological ethics”, JBE 4, 1987, 1-74

AB525 Clive Sherlock, "Dharma, dhatu, and skandha", MW 72.3, 1997, 131-141

AB530 Asanga Tilakaranta, "Saddha: a prerequisite of religious action", RRBS 593-611

AB530.5 G.B.Upreti, Early Buddhist Outlook in Historical Perspective, New Delhi 1997

AB535 Mark R. Woodward, "The biographical imperative in Theravada Buddhism", SBBT 40-63

AB535.5 P. Yogi, "The jhanas in the Theravada Buddhism", Bulletin of Tibetology 1997.2, 44-48

AB536 Dipak Kumar Barua, "The basic foundation of Theravada Buddhism", FacIC 381-392

AB536.5 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "To live with dignity", BPSN 38, 1998

AB536.6 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Lifestyles and spiritual probress", BPSN 39, 1998

AB537 Jayanti Chattopadhyay, "Rupasamutthana in Abhidhamma", JDPaliUC 8, 1998, 74-77

AB538 H. Nakamura, "The ideal ultimate goal in life in the early Buddhism", ITA 23-24, 1997-98, 197-204

AB539 Sanghasen Singh, "The concept of man in early Buddhism", FacIC 152-176

AB539.4 Claudia Weber, "Der Buddha nach der Lehre des Theravada", WerB 35-49

AB539.5 Carol S. Anderson, Pain and Its Ending. The Four Noble Truths in the Theravada Buddhist Canon. Surrey 1999; Delhi 2001

AB539.5.5 Harvey B. Aronson, "Death in the Theravada Buddhist tradition", LDBC 27-36

AB539.6 T. Ariyadhamma, "Kkhanda-parinibbana", EnBud 6, 1999, 201-202

AB539.7 T. Ariyadhamma, "Khanti", EnBud 6, 1999, 202-204

AB539.8 T. Ariyadhamma, "Kilesa-parinibbana", EnBud 6, 1999, 222

AB539.9 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Two paths to knowledge", BPSN 42, 1999

AB539.9.1 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Anicca vata saikhara", BPSN 43, 1999

AB540 Torkel Brekke, "The religious motivation of early Buddhists", JAAR 67, 1999, 849-866

AB540.5 Roderick S. Bucknell, "Conditioned arising evolves: variation and change in textual accounts of the paticca-samuppada doctrine", JIABS 22, 1999, 311-342

AB541 Thich Thien Chau, The Literature of the Personalists of Early Buddhism. Buddhist Translation Series 39, Delhi 1999

AB542 Bradley Clough, Noble Persons and their Paths: a Study in Indian and Theravada Buddhist Soteriological Typologies. Ph.D.Thesis, Columbia U. 1999

AB542.1 Pradyumna Dubey, "The place of Sautrantika in Sarvastivada", BudCompL 112-124

AB542.2 Paul Harrison, "Philology in the field: some comments on selected rDa mang texts in the Tabo collection", Tabo2 37-54

AB542.3 Bhagchandra Jain, "The nature of religion in sramana culture", BudCompL 54-86

AB542.5 Upali Karunaratne, "Khanda", EnBud 6, 1999, 192-201

AB542.6 Upali Karunaratne, "Kilesa", EnBud 6, 1999, 213-222

AB542.7 Wan Doo Kim, The Theravadin Doctrine of Momentariness. D.Phil. Thesis, U. of Oxford 1999

AB542.8 Bimalendra Kumar, "Abhidharma texts in Tibetan", PBh 20, 1999, 64-76

AB543 Christian Lindtner, "What is the dharmas' caturbhadra?", IIJ 42, 1999, 121-140

AB544 Choong Mun-Keat, The Notion of Emptiness in Early Buddhism. Second revised edition Delhi 1999

AB544.2 Leonard C., D. C. Priestley, Pudgalavada Buddhism: The Reality of the Indeterminate Self. South Asian Papers #12. Monograph #1. Toronto 1999

AB544.3 V.V.S.Saibaba, "The object of Buddha's teaching with reference to Theravada refutation of creator/God/Absolute", BudCompL 95-111

AB544.4 Satyapala, "Ethico-eschatological perspective of death in early Buddhism", JDPaliUC 9, 1999, 26-40

AB544.6 Rina Sircar, The Psycho-ethical Aspects of Abhidhamma. Lanham, Md. 1999

AB544.9 G.A.Somaratne, "Intermediate existence and the higher fetters in the Pali nikayas", JPTS 25, 1999, 121-154

AB545 Nina von Gorkom, Cetasikas. London 1999

AB545.5 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Two styles of insight meditation", BPSN 45, 2000

AB545.7 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Abhidharma and Jainism”, in Abhidharma and Indian Thought. Essays in Honor of Prof. Doctor Junsho Kato on his Sixtieth Birthday. Nagoya 2000, 598-582

AB546 Siglinde Dietz, "Citta and related concepts in the Sanskrit mss. from the Turfan finds", BSR 17, 2000, 127-149

AB547 Hubert Durt, "Du lambeau de chair au démembrement. Le renoncement au corps dans le bouddhisme ancien", BEFEO 87.1, 2000, 7-22

AB547.3 Sue Hamilton, Early Buddhism. A New Approach. The I of the Buddha. Richmond, Surrey 2000

AB547.4 Peter Harvey, "The mind and its development in Theravada Buddhism", CandC 33, 2000, 65-82

AB547.4 Bhagchandra Jain, "Rudiments of anekantavada in early Pali literature", JTMFRT 119-126

AB547.5 Ashin Jatila, Dhamma Discourses. Cp. by U Hla Kyaing, Yangan, Myanmar 2000

AB548 Robert Kritzer, "The four way of entering the womb (garbhavakranti)", Bukkyo Bunka ((Buddhist Culture:Kyushu Ryukoku Jion College) 10, 2000, 1-41

AB550 Robert Kritzer, "Rupa and the antarabhava", JIP 28, 2000, 235-272

AB551 Steven Mandelkar, "The renunciation of sense-pleasure in Christian and Theravada Buddhist doctrine", PV 1.2, 2000, 36-59

AB552 Kazunoba Matsuda, "Three fragments related to the Sariputra-Abhidharma", ManSC 2, 239-248

AB553 David Montalvo, "On the propositional treatment of anatmavada in early Buddhism and atmavada in Hinduism", AsPOxford 10, 2000, 205-212

AB555 Dickwala Piyananda, "Pali Tipitaka: its commentaries, sub-commentaries and English translation", GSLB 47-60

AB556 Ram Kumar Ratnam, "The evolution of the concept of duhkha in early Buddhism", Sankaran 138-152

AB558 Klaus Schimmelpfennig, "'Strabet ohne Vertless'. Uber die Bedeutung der Sotapannaschaft", Yana 53, 2000, 107-114

AB559 Christins Schoenwerth, "Der paticcasamuppada: Die Kausalitatskett aus fruh buddhistische Sicht", Yana 53, 2000, 102-105

AB560 Christine Schoenwerth, "Der puggala: die Last und ihr Trager", Yama 53, 2000, 67-76

AB561 Christine Schoenwerth, "Einfuhrung in die Vipassana-Samatha Meditation der Fruhbuddhistischen Lehre", Yana 53, 2000, 1-33

AB561.5 A Parashar Sen, "Emergence of religious consciousness in early Deccan--the case of Buddhism", Sankaran 153-163

AB561.6 Ninian Smar, "Mysticism and scripture in Theravada Buddhism", MySS 232-241

AB562 Lance Cousins, "On the Vibhajjavadins", BudSR 18, 2001, 131-183

AB562.5 Collett Cox, "Dharmaguptaka", EnB 1, 2001, 225

AB563 S.N.Dube, "Cross-currents of Buddhist thought in the age of Asoka", LTC 618-644

AB562.5 Sue Hamilton, Early Buddhism: A New Approach. The I of the Beholder. Richmond, Surrey 2000

AB563 Peter Harvey, "Coming to be and passing away", BudSR 18, 2001, 183-215

AB564 Shohei Ichimura, "Abhidharmika logical crisis and Madhyamika dialectical solution" (reference lost)

AB564.5 Lalit 'Shravak', "Misrakabhidharmahrdayasastra: fusion of bahirdesaka and Kasmira Abhidharma traditions", IIJBS 2, 2001, 71-84

AB565 Rita Langer, Das Bewusstsein als Träger des Lebens: einige Weniger beachtete Aspekte des Vinnana in Palikanon.. Wien 2001

AB565.5 Dewelegama Madhananda, A Comparative Study of the Middle Path in Early Buddhism and Mahayana Madhyamika Philosophy. 2001. Summarized in RBSD pp. 211-212

AB566 Robert G. Morrison, "Two cheers for tanha", ContB 2, 2001, 99-116

AB567 Jagat Pal, "The theory of birth and death in early Buddhism", IndPQ 28, 2001, 375-384

AV568 Rakesh Ranjan, A Study of the Origin and Development of the Exegetical Literature in Palil up to Sixth Century A.D. 2001 Summarized in RBS pp. 213-214

AB569 N.H.Samtani, "Pali canonical literature", LTC 585-617

AB570 Christine Schoenwerth, "Zu viel oder zu venig Phantasie?", Yana 54, 2001, 7-31

AB571 Christing Schoenwerth, "Die Satipatthana-Meditationem", Yana 54, 2001, 143-166

AB575 Ajahn Sucitto, "Punna or merit", PB 105, 2001, 122-125

AB579 Thich Minh Than, The Mind in Early Buddhism. New Delhi 2001

AB581 Chandra B. Varma, "Philosophy and psychology in Theravada", LTC 740-812

AB582 A.M.Ruwan Bandare Adhikari, "Micchaditthi", EnBud 6, 2002, 675-676

AB582.5 Aisarya Biswas, "Origin of anatta-dilemma to a novice", JDPUC 11, 2002, 54-59

AB583 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Patanjali and the Buddhists", in Buddhist and Indian Studies in Honour of Professor Sodo Mori (Hamamatsu, Japan 2002), 485-491 (same as 131.1.259)

AB584 Michael S. Drummond, "Therapy, satipatthana and the observation of bodily feelings", PV 3.2, 2002, 53-66

AB585 James R. Egge, Religion, Giving and the Invention of Karma in Theravada Buddhism. Richmond, Surrey 2002

AB587 Eli Franco, "Towards a reconstruction of the Spitzer manuscript--the dialectical position", WZKSOA 46, 2002, 171-224

AB587.4 M. Karalivinna, "Mahimsasaka, or Mahisasaka", EnBud 6, 2002, 556-558

AB587.5 Tilak Kariyawasan, "Some aspects in the development and early conceptions of omniscience in Theravada and in early Mahayana Buddhism", BSHPLD 135-151

AB587.6 Suvimala Karunaratne, "Marana", EnBud 6, 2002, 632-636

AB587.7 Suvimala Karunaratne, "Marananussati", EnBud 6, 2002, 636-639

AB587.8 Suvimala Karunaratne, "Metta", EnBud 6, 2002, 668-673

AB587.9 Upali Karunaratne, "Maggamaggananadassanavisuddhi", EnBud 6, 2002, 383-384

AB587.9.3 Ulrich T. Kragh, "The extant Abhidharma-literature", IIJBS 3, 2002, 123-168

AB587.9.5 Surita Kumari, "A comparative study of samadhi and dhyanayoga in early Buddhism and the Bhagavadgita", NNMRP 8, 2002, 173-183

AB588 M.J.Marasinghe, "Mahasanghika", EnBud 6, 2002, 470-478

AB588.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Mahabhinikkhamana", EnBud 6, 2002, 389-392

AB589 Tomanichi Nitta, "The meaning of dhammakaya in Pali Buddhism", JIBSt 51,1, 2002, 45-47

AB591 Satyendra Kumar Pandey, Abhidhamma Philosophy. Delhi 2002

AB592 M. V. Ram Kumar Ratnam, "Nuddhist prespective of mindfulness: satipatthana", SRP 125-134

AB592.5 Indra Narain Singh, Philosophy of Universal Flux in Theravada Buddhism. Delhi 2002

AB593 Gyana Ratna Sraman, "A comparative study between samadhi and jhana in Theravada Buddhism", JIBSt 51.1, 2002, 48-51

AB594 Candra B. Verma, Dictionary of Abhidharmic Terms. Ranchi 2002

AB594.5 Chandra Wickramagamage, "Matika", EnBud 6, 2002, 656-657

AB594.6 Bellanvila Wimalaratana, "The transition of buddhakaya concept from Theravada to Mahayana", BSHPLD 152-157

AB594.7 Williaml Walters, "The centrality of kara in early Buddhiosm", PEW 62, 2002, 114-127

AB594.8 Wit Wisdavet, "Theravada Buddhist ethics", CJBS 1.1, 2002, 1-24

AB595 Alexander Wynne, "An interpretation of 'released on both sides' (ubhato-bhago-vimutti) and the ramifications for the study of early Buddhism", BudSR 19.1, 2002, 31-40

AB596 Yogasthachaitanya, "Cultivating the spirit of dispassion in Theravada Buddhism", VK 89, 2002, 424-427

AB596.4 Giulio Agostini, "Partial upasaka, BudS 1-34

AB596.5 Analayo, Satipatthana, The Direct Path to Realization. Birmingham 2003

AB596.7 Subira Barua, "Abhijjha in the light of Sallekha Sutta", JDPUC 12, 2003, 66-67

AB596.8 Sumangal Barua, "Concept of avijja in Buddhist thought", JDPUC 12, 2003, 107-114

AB597 Stephen C. Berkwitz, "History and gratitude in Theravada Buddhism", JAAR 71, 2003, 579-604

AB597.3 Ellison Banks Findly, Giving and Getting in Pali Buddhism. Delhi 2003

AB597.3.5 Ramakrishna Bhattacharya, "Science and philosophy in early Buddhism", Anviksa 24, 203, 13-22

AB597.4 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Early Buddhism", TMSR 27-42

AB597.5 Maria Heim, "The aesthetics of excess", JAAR 71, 2003, 531-554

AB597.6 Mahinda Deegalle, "Theravada pre-understandings in Understanding Mahayana", TMSR 43-64

AB597.7 Pascale Enbgelmeier, "Perfect or perfecting? Reflections on the arahant in the Nikauas", CB 4, 2003, 33-54

AB597.8 Truang Thi Hue, Method of cariya to attain enlightenment in the Palil Nikayas and Mahayana sutras. 2003. Summarized in RBS pp. 237-238

AB598 M.V.Ram Kumar, Dukkha: Suffering in Early Buddhism.New Delhi 2003

AB599 Thomas Oberlies, "Ein bibliographischer Überblick über die kanonoischen Texte der Sravakayana-Schulen des Buddhismus (ausgenommen der des Maahavihara-Theravada)", WZKSOA 47, 2003, 37-84

AB600 V.V.S.Saibaba, Facets of Buddhist Philosophy: Theravada and Mahatana. Visakhapatnam 2003

AB601 Gyana Ratna Sarman, "Mental hindrances–based on Nikaya commentaries", JIBSt 52.1, 2003, 8-11

AB602 Harcharan Singh Sobti, Vipassana: The Buddhist Way (based on Pali sources). Delhi 2003

AB604 Norihisa Baba, "On expressions regarding sunya or sunyata in the Northern Agama and the Pali canon", JIBSt 52.2, 2004, 9-11

AB604.5 Russell Bowden, "Access to research for Buddhist studies in Sri Lanka", SLJBS 2, 2004, 198-235

AB605 Collett Cox, "Abhidharma", EnB 1, 2004, 1-7

AB605.1 Collett Cox, "Mahisasaka", EnB 2, 2004, 501

AB605 3 Kate Crosby, "Theravada", EnB 2, 2004, 836-841

AB605.5 Abraham Velez de Cea, "The silence of the Buddha and the questions about the Tathagata after death", IIJBS 5, 2004, 119-141

AB605.5.5 Shalini Dixit, "Evolution of bhakti in early Buddhism", PIHC 65, 2004, 139-146

AB605.6 Phyan Thin Ngoe Dung (Gui Huang), Concept of Bodhisattva of sunyata in the Pali Nikayas and the Mahayana Sutras: an analysis. 2004. Summarized in RBS pp. 245-246

AB605.7 Eli Franco, "The Spitzer manuscript (SHT 81c)–a philosophical manuscript from the Kusana period". In Desmond Durkin et al., eds. Turfan Revisited–The First century of Research into the Arts and Cultures of the Silk Road.(Berlin 2004), pp. 92-94

AB605.8 Eli Franco (ed.), The Spitzer Manuscript. The Oldest Philosophial Manuscript in Sanskrit. Wien 2004

AB606 Rupert Gethin, "Wrong view (miccha-ditthi) and right view (samma-ditthi) in the Theravada Abhidhamma", ContB 5.1, 2004, 15-28

AB606.1 Rupert Gethin, "Can killing a living being ever be an act f compassion? The analysis of the act of killing in the Abhidhamma and Pali commentaries”, JBE 11, 2004, 167-202

AB608 Paul Harrison, "Mahasamghika school", EnB 2, 2004, 490

AB609 Oskar von Hinuber, "Pali, Buddhist literature in", EnB 2, 2004, 625-629

AB611 Y. Karunadasa, "Time and space: the Abhidharma perspective", SLJBS 2, 2004, 144-166

AB612 Ethan Mills, "Cultivation of moral concern in Theravada Buddhism: towards a theory of ther relation between tranquility and insight”, JBE 11, 2004, 21-45

AB613 Leonard C.D. Priestley, "Pudgalavada", EnB 2, 2004, 692-693

AB620 Nirmala S. Salgado, "Religious identities of Buddhist nuns: training precepts, renunciate attire, and nomenclature in Theravada Buddhism", JAAR 72, 2004, 935-954

AB622 Anita Sharma, Early Indian Buddhism. Delhi 2004

AB626 Alexander Wynne, "The oral transmission of the early Buddhist literature", JIABS 27.1, 2004, 97-128

AB627 Guang Xing, "An inquiry into the origins of the Mahasamghika Buddology", IIJBS 5, 2004, 41-51

AB627.5 Martin Adam, "Groundwork for a metapysics of Buddhist morals: a new analysis of panna and kusala in lilght of sukka”, JBE 12, 2005, 62-85

AB628 John B. Buescher, Echoes from an Empty Sky : the Origins of the Buddhist Doctrine of the Two Truths. Ithaca,N.Y. 2005

AB628.5 Sukumar Chaudhuri, "Pali languag4 and literature", JASBe 47.4, 2005, 93-99

AB629 Paul Fuller, The Notion of Ditthi in Theravada Buddhism. The Point of View. London 2005

AB629.5 Rupert Gethin, "On the nature of dhammas: a review article", BudSR 22, 2005, 175-194

AB630 Charles Goodman, "Vaibhasika metaphoricalism", PEW 55, 2005

AB630.5 Cheng Kuan, Three Contemplations Toward Buddha Nature. Jaipur 2005

AB631 John W. M. Krummel, "Praxis of the middle: self and no-self in early Buddhism", IPQ 45, 2005, 517-535

AB631.5 Bimalandna Kumar, "Anusmrti inTheravada and Mahayana texts", PBh 11, 2005, 209-215

AB631.6 Bimlendra Kumar, "Problem of perception in Abhidharma philosophy", JASBe 47.4, 2005, 12-16

AB631.8 Saswati Mutsuddhi, "Rationality of mind in Theravada Buddhism", JDPUC 13, 2005, 63-68

AB631.9 R. Panth, "Relevance of vipassana meditation", JASBe 47.4, 2005, 107-113

AB632 Noa Ronkin, Early Buddhist Metaphysics. London 2005

AB632.5 V.V.S. Saibaba, Faith and Devotion in Theravada Buddhism. New Delhi 2005

AB632.5 Sudhan Chandra Sarkar, "Concept of paramita and dasabhumi in Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism", JASBe 47.4, 2005, 17-30

AB633 Naomi Sato, "Entering parinirvana in Aksobhya's Buddha-field", JIBSt 53.2, 2005, 15-19

AB634 David Webster, The Philosophy of Desire in the Buddhist Pali Commentaries. London 2005

AB635 Caifang Zhu, "From vipassana in Theravada to Guan Xin in Chinese Buddhism: a comparative study", ContB 6.1, 2005, 53-64

AB635.5 Kamaleswar Bhattacarya, "Unity in diversity: anatta revisisted", Sanskrit Studies Centre Journal 2 (Bangkok Sanskrit Studies Center, Dept. of Oriental languates, Faculty of Archaeology, Silpakara University 2006, 1-7

AB636 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "What does it mean to be enlightened?", BPSN 55, 2006

AB638 Akiro Fujimoto, "How to enter the first jhana", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 59-63

AB640 Jonardon Ganeri, "Words that burn: why did the Buddha say what he did?", ContB 7.1, 2006, 7-28

AB641 Soraj Hongladaran, "Love in the age of high tehcnolog: how are metta and karuna still possible?", PV 7.2, 2006, 141-156

AB642 Risho Hotori, "The etymological meaning of 'paramita'", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 228

AB643 Soonil Hwang, Metaphor and Literalism in Buddhismt: the Doctrinal History of Nirvana. London 2006

AB645 Mitsunobe Nakasone, "The criticism of heretical views from the viewpoint of the doctrine of paticcasamuppada in early Buddhist literature", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 221-222

AB650 John Peacocke, "Paticcasamuppada–beyond linear causality", ContB 7.1, 2006, 1-6

AB655 Shigeru Saito, "The synonyms of atman in early Abhidharma Buddhsm", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 228-229

AB656 Richard Salomon, "Recent discoveries of early Buddhist manuscripts and their implications for the history of Buddhist texts and canons", BTE 349-382

AB660 Daniel Veidlinger, "When a word is worth a thousand pictures. Mahayana influences on Theravada attitudes towards writing", Numen 53, 2006, 405-447

AB660.5 Ajahn Amaro, "Contemplating the Theravada tradition", PB 112, 2007, 113-119

AB661 Sutus Aranrattam, :Meditation on space in Pali Buddhism with reference to akasa-kasina and akasanancayatana", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 190-191

AB661.3 Subhra Barua, "Concept of saddha from the Buddhist point of view", JDPaliUC 14, 2007, 98-101

AB661.5 S. R. Bhatt, "Noetic process (citta vithi)–a Theravada Buddhist view", DandA1 467-476

AB661.8 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "Finding a place from which to start", BPSN 58, 2007, 1-3

AB662 Angraj Chaudhary, "An in-depth analysis of early Buddha-dharma", BCP1, 91-102

AB662.1 Angraj Chaudhury, "Mechanism of vipassana", DandA1 69-78

AB663 Mangala Chinchore, "Buddist concepts of brahma-vihara–a direction to emancipation by a corrected new version", BGP1, 114-126

AB663.5 Binod Kumar Chwdhury, "Dhamma in Bu ddha's philosophy", DandA1 91-94

AB663.6 Nandana Chutiwongs, "Dharmas as a sacred domain", DandA1 359-376

AB664 M. G. Dhadphale, "The vibhajjavada doctrine", BGP1, 21-26

AB664.1 M. G. Dhadphale, "Dharma and Abhidharma", DandA1 315-318

AB664.3 Xu Donglai, "Abhidharma study in China: its concents and its history",DandA1 555-566

Ab664.4 Warren G. Frisina, "Knowledge, action, and the 'one-Buddha vehicle': a comparative approach", JCP 28, 2001, 429-448

AB664.5 Fumiaki Gangintani, "The doctrinal basis of the 'three time periods': Vaibhasika, Sarvastivada and Sautrantika", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 244

AB664.8 Pradeep P. Gokhale, "Working of mind in Sati meditation: some issues and perspectives", DandA1 409-422

AB665 Charles Hallisey, "Abhidharma", EnBuddhism 3-6

AB665.1 Charles Hallisey, "Dharmaguptakas", EnBuddhism 281-283

AB665.2 Charles Hallisey, Mahasamghika", EnBuddhism 484-485

AB665.3 Charles Hallisey and Damien Keown, "Nikaya Buddhism", EnBuddhism 549-558

AB665.4 Charles Hallisey, "Sammitiya/Pudgalavadins", EnBuddhism 649-651

AB665.5 Charles Hallisey, "Vatsiputriyas", EnBudhism 794-795

AB665.7 B.S.L.Hanumantha Rao, "The Saila sects of Andhakas", SVUOJ 50, 2007, 131-140

AB665.8 Peter Harvey, "'Freedom of the will’ in the light of Theravada Buddhist teachings”, JBE 14, 2007, 38-98

AB666 Richard B. Hayes, "Abhidharma schools", EnBuddhism 3-6

AB667 John J. Holder, "A suffering (but not irreparable) nature: environmental ethics from the perspective of early Buddhism", ContB 8, 2007, 113-129

AB668 Damien Keown and Charles Hallisey, "Nikaya", EnBuddhism 549-558

AB669 Mreenal Katarnikar, "Abhidhamma: the Bu ddhist epistemology ion a seed form", DandA1 329-336

AB670 Matthew Kosuta, "Theravada emptiness: the Abhidharmma theory in Ajaon Sujin Barhamwenaket", ContB 8.1, 2007, 19-30

AB671 N. G. Kulkarni, "A subtlety in the Buddhist theory of the self and some elaborations", BGP1, 3-11

AB672 Bimalendra Kumar, "Philosophy of relation in Abhidharma tradition", BGP1, 53-60

AB672.1 Bimalendra Kumar, "Phenomenology in Abhidharma philosophy", DandA1 111-118

AB672.7 Baidyanath Labh, "Cittabhavana and paramartha in Theravada Buddhism:, DandA1 95-110

AB673 Karen C. Lang, "Pali canon", EnBuddhism 583-586

AB673.3 Gauri Mahulikar, "Phenomenal world in Abhidharma and Vedanta", DandA1 199-206

AB673.5 David L. McMahan, "Meditation in the Pali canon and the Theravada tradition", EnBuddhism 507-510

AB674 Prabhakar Mishra, "On sunnata in Pali Buddhism", BGP1, 148-153

AB674.3 Sudo Mori, "Recent studies in the Pali commentaries", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 188-189

AB674.7 Shinkan Murokami, "A study of the five aggregates (khanda) on the basis of the text-critical investigations of earl Bu ddhism", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 241

AB675 Jan Nettier, "One vehicle in the Chinese agamas: new light on an old problem in Pali", ARIRSU 18, 2007, 181-200

AB676 Kazuki Omori, "The Theravadin interpretation of the twelve-linked chain of dependent origination", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 190

AB677 S. K. Pathak, "Mind and matter in Abhidharma and Tantra", DandA1 449-466

AB678 Tavivat Puntarigvivat, "Process philosophy and the paticcasamuppada", WFBR 44.4, 2007, 31-39

AB678.0 Amara Srisuchat, "Yoga in Buddha dharma and Abhidharma", DandA1 1-24

AB678.1 Uma Vaidya, "Abhidhamma and cittavrtti-nirodha in the Patanjala-yoga", DandA1 539-546

AB678.2 He Xirong, "The property of metaphysics in Buddhism", DandA1 225-238

AB678.2.2 Oliver Abeynayaka, "Samma Ajiva (right living): the least understood factor of the noble eight-fold path", Vajirabhivandana 51-58

AB678.2.3 Bela Bhattacharya, "The Buddhist theory of impermanence", Dhammadesana 242-245

AB678.2.4 Angraj Chaudhury, "Walkling on the eight-fold path in true dhamma", Dhammadesana 246-256

AB687.2.4.5 B. N. Chaudhury, "Samyak drsti (sammaditthi)", Dhammadesana 279-284

AB678.2.5 Nalini Devdass, Cetana and the Dynamics of Volition in Theravada Buddhism. Delhi 2008

AB678.2.8 Toshiichi Endo, "The introductory sections of the Pali commentaries: translations based on the old commentaries or new additions by the commentators?", Vajirabhivandana 59-70

AB678.2.9 Swati Ganguly, "The beginning and scope of agama in Buddhist literature", Dhammadesana 74-79

AB678.3 Richard Gilpin, "The use of Theravada Buddhist practices and perspectives in mindfulness-based cognitive therapy", ContB 9, 2008, 227-252

AB678.3.5 Henepola Gunaratane, "Should we come out of jhana to practice vipassana?", Vajirabhivandana 25-40

AB678.4 Ann Heirman, "Becoming a nun in the Dharmaguptaka tradition", BudSR 25, 2008, 174-193

AB678.5 Oskar von Hinuber, "Hoary past and hazy memory in the history of early Buddhism", JIABS 29, 2006-2008, 193-210

AB678.4 Sunil Kariyakarawkane and Senavi Aturupan, "Saddha as a co-requisite to panna: a unified account of saddha in Buddhism", Vajirabhivandana 129-146

AB678.8 Baidyanath Labh, "Yoga practices in Theravada Buddhism", Dhammadesana 232-241

AB679.3 Shinkan Murakami, "Early Buddhist openness and Mahayana Buddhism", Sambhasa 27, 2008, 109-148

AB679.4 Jason Neelis, "Historical and geographical contexts for avadanas in Kharosthi manuscripts", BudS 151-168

AB679.5 Nyanasita, "Buddhist and soul-pollution", BPSN 59, 2008

AB679.6 John Peacock, "Suffering in mind: the aetiology of suffering in early Buddhism", ContB 9, 2008, 209-226

AB679.8 Aloysius Pieris, "A brief note on sanna", Vajirabhivandana 41-50

AB679.9 Satyapal, "Importance of teaching of Palil and Sanskrit in Buddhist studies", Dhammadesana 65-73

AB680 H. S. Shukla, "Process of knowing", BGP1, 12-20

AB680.1 H. S. Shukla, "Concept of dukkha in early Buddhist tradition", Dhammadesana 150-157

AB685 E. Shulman, "Early meanings of dependent origination", JIP 36.1, 2008, 297-328

AB686 Siddharth Singh, "Aspects of dana in early Buddhism", Dhammadesana 271-278

AB687 Neluwe Sumanawamsa, "Recommendations of three vehicles (yana) and later criteria of one vehicle only", Vajirabhivandana 121-128

AB689 C. S. Upasak, "Buddha and his dhamma", Dhammadesana 188-198

AB690 Charles Willemen, "Kumarajiva's 'explanatory discourse' about Abhidharmic literature", JICPR 12, 2008, 37-83

AB690.5 Zhihua Yao, "Some Mahasamghika arguments for the cognition of non-existent objects", JICPR 25.3, 2008, 79-96

AB690.9 Kapila Abhayawanisa, "A critique on some modern interpretations of paticcasamuppada, with special reference to samkharapaccayivinnana”, BudPS 439-456

AB691 Marcus Bingenheimer, "More suttas on sakka and why the shorter Chinese Samyaktagama should not be attributed to the Kasyapiya school", BudSR 26.1, 2009, 127-163

AB692 Brahmali, "What the nikayas say and do not say about nibbana", BudSR 26.2, 2009, 31-66

AB693 Alice Collett, "Historico-critical hermeneutics in the study of women in early Indian Buddhism", Numen 56.1, 2009, 91-117

AB693.3 Toshiichi Endo, "The Maha-atthakathas: some observations on the date of other compilation”, BudPS 169-181

AB693.7 Aruna K. Ganage, "Some observations on the exegetical elaboration of the Pali canon in the Atthakathas”, BudPS 603-616

AB694 Anand W. P. Guruge, "Does the Theravada tradition of Buddhism exist today?”, BudPS 97-118

AB695 Dhivan Thomas Jones, "New light on the twelve nidanas", ContB 10, 2009, 241-259

AB695.5Y. Karunadas, "Consciousness in the Abhidhamma psychology”, BudPS 43-52

AB696 Wei Shan, "Controversy on the arupyadhatu in the Abhidharma tradition”, BudPS 549-566

AB696.5 G. A. Somaratne, "White-clothed celibate arahants in early Buddhism”, BudPS 151-167

AB696.5 Alexander Wynne, "Early evidence for the 'no self’ doctrine? A note on the Second anatman tacing of the Second Sermon”, TIJBS 1, 2009 64-84

AB697 Gouriswar Bhattacharya, "How to justify the spelling of the Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit term bodhisatva?", FTTA 35-50

AB699 K. Karunadas, "Consciousness in the Abhidhamma psychology”, BudPS 43-52

AB700 Konrad Klaus, "Zu den buddhistische literarischen Fachbegriffen sutta und suttanta", FTTA 513-526

AB701 Martin T. Adam, "No self, no free will, no problem–implications of the Anuttalakkhana Sutta for a perennial of philosophical studies”, JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 239-266

AB702 Bhikkhu Bodhi, "What does mindfulness really mean? A canonical perspective", MDP 19-39

AB703 Chris Clark, "Karma and karmavipaka in early Buddhist Avadana literature", JOSA 43, 2011, 23-34

AB704 Bradley S. Clough, "The higher knowledges in the Pali Nikaya and Vinaya”, JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 409-433

AB705 John Dunne, "Toward an understanding of non-dual mindfulness", MDP 71-88

AB710 Charles Hallisey, "Between intuition and judgment. Moral controversy in Theravada Buddhist ethics”, ELSA 141-152

AB712 Peter Harvey, "An analysis of factors related to the kusala/akusala quality of actions in the Pali tradition", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 175-210

AB715 Riccardo Reparri, "Earlier Buddhist theoriesof free will: compatibilism”, JPE 17, 2010, 279-310

AB720 John D. Teachale and Michael Cheskalson (Kulananda), "How does mindfulness transform suffering? 1:The nature and origins of dukkha", MDP 89-102. 2-The transformation of dukha", MDP 103-124

AB723 Abraham Vélec de Cu, "Value pluralism in early Buddhist ethics”, JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 211-238

AB725 Alexander Wynne, "The atman and the negative conceptual and chronological analysis of early Buddhist thought", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 103-171

AB725.1 L. S. Cousins, "The teachings of the Abhayagiri school”, HTT 67-128

AB726 Brad Clough, "The cultivation of hyogic powersin ther Pali path manuals of Theravada Buddhism”, YPECAMC

AB728 Todd Leroy Perreira, "Whence Theravada? The modern geneology of ancient terms”, HTT 443-571

AB730 Giuliano Giustarini, "The role of fear (bhaya) in the Nikayas and in the Abhidhammsa”, JIP 40, 2012, 511-531

AB732 Elizabeth J. Harris, "Sleeping next to my coffin: representations of the body in Theravada Buddhism”, BudSR 29.2, 2012, 105-120

AB734 Bryan Lavman, "What does the Pali phrase palitatta mean?”, TIJBS 3, 2012, 57-76

AB735 Qian Lin, "The antarabhava dispute among Abhidharma traditions and the list of anagamas”, JIABS 34, 2011/2012, 149-186

AB735.5 Analaya, "A note on the term Theravada”, BSR 30, 2013, 215-236

AB735.8 Marcus Bingenheimer, "Two sutras in the Chinese Samyuktagama without direct Pali parallels–some remarks on how to identify 'later additions’ to the corpus”, BSR 30, 2013, 201-214

AB736.1 Sven Bratfeld, "Resonant paradigs in the study of religions and the emergence of Theravada Buddhism”, Religion 42, 2012, 213-297

AB736.1.5 Steven Collins, "Madness and possession in Pali texts”, BSR 31, 2014, 195-214

AB736.2 Eugene Ciurtin, "Karma accounts: supplementary thoughts on Theravada, Madhyamaka , theosophy and protestant Buddhism”, Religion 43, 2013,, 487-499

AB736.7 Dhivan Thames James, "The five niyamas as laws of nature: an assessment of modern Western interpretations of Theravada Buddhist doctroine”, JBE 19, 2012, 545-582

AB737 Khistas Nizamis, "'I’ without 'I am’: on the presence of subjectivity in early Buddhism in the light of transcendental phenomenology”, BudSR 29.2, 2012, 175-250

AB740 Shivani Sharma, "The doctrine of skandha : interpreting the psychological elements of Buddhist ethics”, VIJ 48, 2012, 82-89

AB750 Jens Schlieter, "Checking the heavenly 'bank account of karma’: figurtive metaphors for karma in Western perception and eartly Theravada Buddhism”, Religion 43, 2013, 463-486

AB750.5 Stefan Baums, "Truth and scripture in early Buddhism: categorial reduction in exegetical method in ancient Gandhara and beyond”, BAA

AB751 Amber D. Carpenter, "Persons keeping their karma together: the reasons for the pudgalavada in earlyt Buddhism”, TMPB

AB752 Jake H. Davis and Even Thompson, "From the five aggregates to phenomenal consciousness: towards a cross-cultural gonitive science”, CompBP

AB760 Wimai Dissanayaka, "David Kalupahana and the field of early Buddhism”, PEW 64, 2014, 523-526

AB761 Stephen Evans, "Act and result in Nikayan ethics”, JBE 21, 2014, 233-265

AB762 Marie Heim, "Mind in Theravada Buddhism”, CompBP

AB763 John J. Holder, "A survey of early Buddhist epistemology”, CompBP

AB765 Birgit Kellner, "Changing frames in Buddhisgt thought: the concept of akara in Abhidharma anfd in Buddhistr epistemological analysis”, JIP 42, 2014, 2775-295

AB769 Andrew Skilton, "Theravada”, CompBP

AB770 L. S. Cousind, "The case of the Abhidhamma commentary”, JIABS 36-37, 2015, 389-422

AB771 Charles K. Fink, "Clinging to nothing: the phenomenology and metaphysics of upadana in early Buddhism”, AsPOxford 25, 2015, 15-33

AB775 Tse-fu Kwan, "Abhidhamma interpretions of 'persons’ (puggala) with particular reference to the Angutttara Nikaya”, JIP 42.1, 2015, 31-60

AB780 Or Neeman, "Theravada Buddhism ands John Dewey’s metaethics”, JBE 17, 2015, 141-165

AB785 Sarah Shaw, "In what way is there s Sanghavacana? Finding the narrator author, and editor in Pali texts”, JIABS 37-37, 2015, 423-458

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{SV} Sarvastivada or Vaibhasika Buddhism, including various schools

See bAB279, 295. a16.1.3,, 26.1.27, 39.1.7, 103.1.91, 125.1.11, 175.1.25, 175.24.39, 192.1.6, 192.2.1, 379.16.7; 379.67:526,567.5; 455.2.38; AB109, 177, 193, 211, 356, 419, 451.02, 542.1, 630, 664.5; BL85.0; B1586.3. d20.1.4.1. et19.1.6

SV1 J.Takakusu, "The Abhidharma literature of the Sarvastivadins", JPTS 14, 1904-05, 67-146

SV2 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Sarvastivada school of Buddhism", SAMSJV 3.2, 589-602

SV3 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Doctrines of the Sarvastivada school of Buddhism", IHQ 14, 1938: 114, 799

SV4 Jean Przyluski, "Darstantika, Sautrantika and Sarvastivadin", IHQ 16, 1940, 246-252

SV5 E.J.Thomas, "The Lalitavistara and Sarvastivada", IHQ 16, 1940, 239-245

SV6 A.C.Banerjee, "Emergence of the Sarvastivada school", MB 51, 1943 - 52, 1944

SV7 W. Couvreur, "Le caractére sarvastivadin-vaibhasika des fragments Tokharien, d'aprés les marques et les epithètes du Bouddha", LM 59, 1946, 577-610

SV8 Ananta Kumar Tarkatirtha, "Sarvastivada (synopsis), OH 1, 1953, 123-127

SV9 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "The Abhidharmapitaka of the Sarvastivada sect", MB 62, 1954, 355-359

SV10 Baiyu Watanabe, Studies on the Abhidharma Literature of Sarvastivada Buddhism. Tokyo 1954

SV11 A.C.Banerji, Sarvastivada Literature. Calcutta 1957

SV12 A. von Gabin, Maitrisamit. Die alttürkische version eines Werker der Vaibhasika Schule. 1957

SV13 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Vaibhasika theory of words", BSOAS 22, 1959, 95-107. Reprinted CPBS 201-218

SV14 Nathmal Tatia, "Sarvastivada", NNMRP II, 77-137

SV15 Paul Demieville, "Un fragment Sanskrit de l'Abhidharma des Sarvastivadin", JA 249, 1961, 461-475

SV16 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Sarvastivada", CR 175, 1965, 1-4

SV17 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "The Sarvastivadin school", UPHSJ 11-13, part 2, 1965, 1-8

SV18 Aruna Haldar, "Doctrine of sarvastivada in the light of modern philosophy and psychology", JASBe 8, 1966, 51-64

SV19 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Buddhist philosophical schools on the problem of the existence of knowledge", (Summary) TK 43.6, 1967, 11-12

SV20 D.J.Kalupahana, "Sarvastivada and its theory of sarvam asti", UCR 24, 1966, 94-105

SV21 Nirodbaran Chakravarti, "The Vaibhasika and Kant on knowledge", ProcIPC 1969, 42-46

SV22 Charles S. Prebish, The Sanskrit Pratimoksa Sutras of the Mahasamghikas and Mulasarvastivadins: Texts, Translations and an Introductory Exposition. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin 1971

SV23 Donald W. Mitchell, "An early view of man in Indian Buddhism: the Sarvastivadin concept of the self", IPQ 14, 1974, 189-200

SV23.5 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Prajna and drsti in the Vaibhasika Abhidharma", PRS 403-415. Reprinted CPBS 267-279

SV24 Y. Kajiyama, "Realism of the Sarvastivada school", in Buddhist Thought and Asian Civilization. H.V.Guenther Festschrift 1977, 147-154. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 129-146

SV25 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "The Vaibhasika school of Buddhist thought", Bulletin of Tibetology 1982.2, 1-5

SV25.05 Amarnath Thakur, "Sarvastivada tradition: a historical appraisal", MB 95, 1987, 15-18

SV25.07 Sanskrit-Worterbuch der buddhistischen Texte aus den Turfan-Funden und des Kanonioschen Literatur der Sarvastivada Schule. Edited by Ernst Waldschmidt and Heinz Bechert. Part 5 (ed. Michael Schmidt and Jens-Uwe Hartmann with Georg von Simon; 6 (Schmidt, Sieglinde Dietz); 7 (Schmidt/Dietz); 8 (Schmidt/Dietz). Gottingen 1987-1994

SV25.1 Binayendra Nath Chaudhury, "An observation on the relation between Sarvastivada and Mahayana", JDPaliUC 5, 1989-90, 73-79

SV25.1.1 Rita Gupta, "Theravada and Sarvastivada conceptions of pratyayas (paccayas) and hetus", EDOM 1990, 53-94

SV25.2 K.D.Bajpai, "The role of Sarvastivada in early Buddhism", Prachya-Pratibha 15.1-2, 1990-91, 61-64

SV25.3 K. D. Bajpai, "Sarvastvada in historical perspective", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 27-34

SV25.4 A.C.Banerjee, "The Sarvastivada school of Buddhist thought", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 1-14

SV25.5 Swati Ganguly, "Sarvastiva-Vijnanavada controversy on prapti and aprapti", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 137-148

SV25.6 Jagdish Chandra Jain, "The school of Sarvastivada from Jaina sources", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 15-26

SV25.7 A.N.Lahiri, "The Sarvastivada: its inherent vitality and widespread popularity", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 35-45

SV25.7.1 L. Sander, "The earliest manuscripts from Central Asia and the Sarvastivada Mission", Corolla Iranica: Papers in Honour of Professor Dr. David Neil Mackenzie on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday on April 8th, 1991 (ed. Ronald E. Emmerick and Dieter Weber). Frankfurt am Main 1991, 133-150

SV25.8 Heramba Chatterjee Sastri, "Studies in some aspects of the doctrine of the Sarvastivada school", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 88-99

SV25.9 Ved Seth, "Origin and development of the Sarvastivada", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 155-167

SV26 V.L.Thakur, "The Sarvastivada and the Mahayana: a note on their linkages", BHIA 107-115

SV26.0 C. S. Upasak, "Role of Sarvastivada in Afghanistan", JDBSDU 53-61

SV26.1 Mahesh Tiwary, "A note on the pratisamkhyanirodha and apratisamkhyanirodha", JDBSDU 15, 1991, 62-68

SV27 Claus Oetke, "Remarks on the Sarvastivada philosophies of time", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 165-166

SV28 Collett Cox, "Attainment through abandonment: the Sarvastivadin path of removing defilements", PathsLib 63-106

SV28.1 B.N.Singh, "Importance of Sarvastivada", PBH 6, 1992, 55-59

SV28.2 Collett Cox, "Dependent origination; its elaboration in early Sarvastivadin Abhidharma texts", RIBP 1993, 119-142 (same as AB451.02)

SV29 Valeri Ruday, "The Vaibhasika teaching on the determinants of psychic activity", HIndPh 42-55

SV29.1 John S. Strong, "Buddha bhakti and the absence of the Blessed one", PCEL 1993, 131-140 (same as B1608.5)

SV30 Bart Dessein, "Dharmas associated with awarenesses and the dating of the Sarvastivada Abhidharma works", AS 50, 1996, 623-652

SV31 Robert E. Buswell, Jr. "The proliferation of cittaprayuktasamskaras in the Vaibhasika school", JIP 25, 1997, 451-466

SV32 Robert E. Buswell, Jr., "The 'aids to penetration' (nirvedabhagiya) according to the Vaibhasika school", JIP 25, 1997, 589-611

SV34 Mauli Chand Prasad, "Studies in the origins of the Sarvastivada", FacIC 412-419

SV37 C. Willemen, "New ideas about Sarvastivada Abhidharma", IJBS 10, 1998, 82-94

SV39 Bart Dessein, "Dependent origination in Bactiran and Gandharan Sarvastivada Abhidharma texts", CandC 32, 1999, 53-84

SV40 Bart Dessein, "The Vaibhasika impact", BudSR 17, 2000, 151-166

SV41 Fumio Enomoto, "'Mulasarvastivadin' and 'Sarvastivadin'", Vividha 239-250

SV44 R.S.Tripathi, "Philosophies of Sarvastivada schools (Vaibhasika and Sautrantika)", LTC 645-682

SV45 Charles Willemen, "Sarvastivada dhyana and Mahayana prajna: observations about their development in India and China", AS 55, 2001, 529-534

SV46 Charles Willemen, "Sarvastivada developments in northwestern India and in China", IIJBS 2, 2001, 163-170

SV47 Ann Heirman, "Can we trace the early Dharmaguptakas?", TP 88, 2002, 396-429

SV48 Yoshihito Muroji, "'All' (sarva) in terms of Buddhism and discriminative cognition (vijnana) criticism of Vasubandhu against the Sarvastivadins", Tohogaku 105, 2003, summary p. 12 (Japanese pp. 148-163)

SV50 Collett Cox, "From category to ontology: the changing role of dharma in Sarvastivada Abhidharma", JIP 32, 2004, 543-597

SV50.3 Shin'ye Abe, "Dhyana in the Sarvastivada", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 207

SV50.5 Buddhadev Bhattacharya, "Tibetan v ersion of the Sarvastivada Abhidharma", DandA1 119-132

SV50.7 Jou-han Chou, "An investigation of the Darstantika", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 194

SV51 Collett Cox, "Sarvastivada and Mulasarvastivada", EnB 2, 2004, 750-751

SV55 Yoshimichi Fujito, "The Bu ddhist thought of the Sarvastivada and Mahayana Buddhism", Acta Asiaticz 96, 2007, 99-120

SV60 Damien Keown, "Sarvastivada", EnBuddhism 673-675

SV64 Hidekazu Maeda, "On the development of Sarvastivadin thought on language in meditation", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 194

SV70 Bart Dessein, "Of seeds and sprouts: defilement and its attachment to the life-stream in the Sarvastivada hrdaya tradition", AsPOxford 18, 2008, 17-34

SV73 Bart Dessein, "Coterminants and the path to salvation: a study of the Sarvastivada hrdaya treatises", AsPOxford 19, 2009, 63-84

SV76 Bart Dessein, "Time, temporality, and the characteristic marks of the conditional: Sarvastivada and Madhyamaka Buddhist interpretations", AsPOxford 21, 2011, 341-360

SV80 Isabelle Ratie, "Can one prove that something exists beyond consciousness? A Saiva criticism of the Sautrantika inference of external objects", JIP 39, 2011, 479-501

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{BL} Buddhist Logic, i.e. Sautrantika Buddhism, including Dignaga's School

a47.16:31,157;; 133.1.6, 169A.1.8, 174.10.44, 174.12:3, 6.1;,, 268.4.5, 268.5:4, 6.5; 268.7:15, 24.0, 28, 29; 268.10:14, 23, 30.1, 32, 34, 36, 39, 40, 177; 294.5.17, 302.5.5, 334.1:2,13, 342.1:3,4; 344.1:2,2.5; 344.3:13,18,28; 344.4:4,16,20,26,29,30; 344.9.43.4, 363.5.35, 403.1.2, 417.1.2, 421A.1.3; 611.9.3, 611.17.6; AB664.5; SV44; YB93; NV170. b268.10.26, 344.4.11; NV419.2. t611.9.2. d344.4:6.1,16.1,23. et344.4.25.

BL1 O. Rosenberg, Problems of Buddhist Philosophy (in Russian). Petrograd 1918. Translated into German as Die Probleme der buddhistischen Philosophie. Heidelberg 1924

BL2 Theodore Stcherbatsky, La Theories de la Connaissance et la Logique chez les Bouddhistes Tardifs. Russian original translated into German, Munchen 1924. Translated into French in AMG 36, 1926. Pp. 12-39 reprinted ETB 441-468

BL3 Satkari Mookerjee, "Ksanabhangavada", CR 35, 1930, 83-98

BL4 Th. Stcherbatsky, Buddhist Logic. Two volumes. BBudh 26, 1930; The Hague 1958; New York 1962

BL4.1 D.C.Chatterjee, "Buddhist logic (an introductory summary)", ABORI 13, 1931-32, 77-85

BL5 Jean Przyluski, "Sautrantika et Darstantika", RO 8, 193l-32, 14-24

BL6 K. Fischer, "Einiges über den Syllogismus", BLD 3, 1932, 28-35

BL6.1 D. Chatterjee, "Sources of Buddhist logic", IHQ 9. 1933, 499-502

BL7 Duracharan Chatterji, "Sources of knowledge in Buddhist logic", IC 1, 1934-356, 263-274

BL8 Satkari Mookerjee, "A Buddhist estimate of universals", IC 1, 1934-35, 359-374

BL9 H.R.Rangaswamy Iyengar, "Some theories of Buddhist logic in the Kavyalamkara of Bhamaha", PAIOC 8, 1935, 419-424

BL10 N. Aiyaswami Sastri, "A short account of the Sautrantika philosophy", PAIOC 9, 1937, 618-622

BL11 N. Aiyaswami Sastri, "Some tenets of the Sautrantikas", JSVRI 1.2, 1940, 179-192

BL12 P.T.Raju, "Buddhist conception of negation", HirComVol 162-170

BL13 D.N.Sastri, "Sautrantika theory of knowledge", ABORI 32, 1952, 122-129

BL14 Saileswar Sen, "A note on the Yogacara-Sautrantika theory of adhyasa", HirComVol 175-180

BL15 K.Kunjunni Raja, "Theory of meaning according to the Buddhist logicians", ALB 18, 1954, 196-209

BL16 Anantlal Thakur, "Influence of Buddhist logic on Alamkarasastra", JOI 7, 1958, 257-261

BL17 Yuichi Kajiyama, "On the theory of intrinsic determination of universal concomitance in Buddhist logic", JIBSt 7.1, 1958, 32-36. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 497-502

BL18 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "The Sautrantika theory of bija", BSOAS 22, 1959, 236-249. Reprinted CPBS 219-238

BL19 Richard S.Y.Chi, Buddhist Syllogistic and its Relation to Modern Formal Logic. Ph.D.Thesis, Cambridge University 1964

BL20 Heramba Chatterjee, "Arguments in favor of recognising the Buddha as an independent authority", PAIOC 22.2, 1965, 144-146

BL21 Srinivas Shastri, "The conception of external object in the school of Dignaga", Darshana 18, 1965, 91-97

BL22 V.V.Ivanov, "About the analogous conception of Buddhist logic and contemporary European science" (in Russian). Narodi Azii Afriki (Moscow) 5, 1966, 250

BL23 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Buddhist philosophical schools on the problem of existence and knowledge. Chapter II: Sautrantika" (summary). TK 43.11, 1967, 1-2

BL24 Masatoshi Nagatomi, "Arthakriya", ALB 31-32, 1967-68, 52-72

BL25 Srinivas Sastri, "The representational theory of perception in Buddhist philosophy", KUJ 1, 1967, 407-415

BL26 Dhirendra Sharma, "Buddhist theory of meaning (apoha) and negative statements", PEW 18, 1968, 3-10

BL27 Ram Chandra Pandeya, "Ontological basis of the Buddhist theory of inference", VJP 5.2, 1969, 26-33. Reprinted RPISP 50-59

BL28 Chandramani Sharma, Critical Study of the Pramanas according to Nyaya and Buddhist Logic. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Allahabad 1970

BL29 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The problem of svalaksana in the Sautrantika epistemology", JOI 20, 1970-71, 216-225

BL30 S.S.Barlingay, "The significance of pratityasamutpada, samanyalaksana and apoha in Buddhism", ProcIPC 1971, 140-157

BL30.5 J.N.Mohanty, "Buddhist Logic and its doctrine of apoha", Bharati 5, 1971; reprinted LRA 85-90

BL31 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The role of 'yogic perception' in Buddhist thought", JGJRI 28.1-2, 1972, 701-708

BL32 R.R.Dravid, "The doctrine of apoha", Anviksiki 6.3-4, 1973, 156-171

BL33 Y.Kajiyama, "Three kinds of affirmation and two kinds of negation in Buddhist logic", WZKSOA 19, 1973, 161-175. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 155-170; BCCRS 5, 116-119

BL34 D.N.Shastri, "Perceptive judgment in Buddhist school (Dignaga school)", Anviksiki 6.3-4, 1973, 215-223

BL35 R.K.Tripathi, "Pramana samplava and pramana vyavastha", Anviksiki 6.3-4, 1973, 172-178

BL36 S.R.Bhatt, "Buddhist and Nyaya methods of vyaptigraha", JDBSDU 1, 1974, 1-4

BL37 Richard S.Y. Chi, "Topics on being and logical reasoning", PEW 24, 1974, 293-300

BL38 A.Charlene McDermott, "The Sautrantika arguments against the traikalyavada in the light of the contemporary tense revolution", PEW 24, 1974, 193-200. Reprinted ETB 409-416

BL39 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Buddhist epistemology: the number of pramanas", JDBSDU 1, 1974, 45-50

BL40 J.L.Shaw, "Empty terms: the Nyaya and the Buddhists", JIP 2, 1974, 332-343

BL41 Douglas D. Daye, "Buddhist logic", BAMP 127-132

BL42 Hans G. Herzberger, "Double negation in Buddhist logic", JIP 3, 1975, 3-16

BL43 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "What sort of a criterion is the criterion of functionality?", JGJRI 31, 1975, 339-344

BL44 Kaisa Puhakka, Knowledge and Reality: A Comparative Study of Quine and Some Buddhist Logicians. Delhi 1975

BL44.5 Lambert Schmithausen, "Zur buddhistischen lehre von der dreifachen Leidhaftigkeit", ZDMG Suppl 3, 1977, 918-931

BL45 Alex Wayman, "Reflections on the study of Buddhist logic", ITaur 5, 1977, 289-307

BL46 J.L.Shaw, "Negation and the Buddhist theory of meaning", JIP 6, 1978, 59-78

BL47 Nandita Bandyopadhyay, "The Buddhist theory of relation between prama and pramana", JIP 7, 1979, 43-78

BL48 Esho Mikogami, "Some remarks on the concept of arthakriya", JIP 7, 1979, 69-74

BL49 Ernst Steinkellner, "Miszellen zur erkenntnistheoretisch-logischen Schule des Buddhismus", WZKSOA 23, 1979 - 29, 1985

BL50 K.Krishnamoorthy, "Bhamaha and Buddhist logic", Prajnaloka 1, 1979, 201-216. Also ACIS 106-111

BL50.1 A.L.Thakur, "Chala, jati and nigrahasthana and the Buddhist philosophers", Prajnaloka 1, 1979, 47-52

BL50.2 S. Matsumoto, "Sahopalambhaniyama", Journal of Soto Sect Research Fellows 12, 1980, 298-265

BL51 Katsumi Mimaki, "Sur le role de l'antarasloka ou du samgrahasloka", IEB 233-244

BL52 Katsumi Mimaki, "Le chapitre des Blo gsal grub mtha' sur les Sautrantika", Zinbun 15, 1980 - 16, 1981

BL53 Masatoshi Nagatomi, "Manasa-pratyaksa: a conundrum in the Buddhist pramana system", SISDI 243-260. Also (in Japanese with English summary) TISGR 11, 1984, 23-34

BL54 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Social significance of apoha", JDBSDU 7, 1983, 1-12

BL54.1 Shyamalal Sanyal, "The case of Buddhist nominalism", Darshana 23.3, 1983, 10-17

BL55 Rama Das, Self and Causality in Hume and the Sautrantika. Ph.D.Thesis, Syracuse University 1983

BL55.5 Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, "Some unique features of Buddhist logic", GBTC 1-24

BL56 Rita Gupta, "Some significant contributions of Buddhist logicians in the development of Indian philosophy", IndPQ 11, 1984-85, 161-170

BL57 Anu Mehrotra, "The concept of trairupya in Dignaga-Dharmakirti tradition", JDBSDU 8.1, 1984, 39-48

BL58 Anu Mehrotra, "The concept of sarupya", JDBSDU 8.2, 1984, 21-32

BL59 N.H.Samtani, "Towards Mahayana: a study of Sautrantika leanings", ASBP 137-150

BL60 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Sur le pararthanumana en logique bouddhique", AS 18, 1984, 73-99

BL61 Kamaleshwar Bhattacharya, "Some thoughts on antarvyapti, bahirvyapti, and trairupya", BLE 89-106

BL62 Hans G. Herzberger, "Three systems of Buddhist logic", BLE 59-76

BL63 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Buddhist logic and epistemology", BLE 1-30

BL64 Tom Tillemans, "Identity and referential opacity in Tibetan Buddhist apoha theory", BLE 207-228

BL64.1 Akihiko Akamatsu, "Vidhivadin et pratisedhavadin: double aspect presenté par la théorie semantique du bouddhisme indien:, Zinbun 21, 1986, 67-90

BL65 Mangala Chinchore, "Some thoughts on significant contributions of Buddhist logicians", JIP 15, 1987, 155-172

BL66 Takashi Iwata, "On the identity in Buddhist logic" (summary). TICOJ 32, 1987, 112-113

BL67 R.K.Payne, "The theory of meaning in Buddhist logicians: the historical and intellectual context of apoha", JIP 15, 1987, 261-284

BL67.5 Ram Shankar Tripathi, "Process of change: the Sautrantika view", SramV 41-46

BL68 Douglas D. Daye, "On translating the term drstanta in early Buddhist formal logic", PEW 38, 1988, 147-156

BL69 Roger R. Jackson, "The Buddha as pramanabhuta: epithets and arguments in the Buddhist 'logical' tradition", JIP 16, 1988, 335-366

BL70 Michael Torsten Much, A Visit to Rahula Sankrtyayana's Collection of Negatives at the Bihar Research Society: Texts from the Buddhist Epistemological School. Wien 1988

BL70.1 G. S. Sahay, "The samadhavupasargah' (P.V.S.III.37)--a re-visit", YM 27.34, 1988-89, 67-73

BL70.2 Jai Singh, "The Buddhist theory of meaning (apoha)", KUJ 23, 1989, 131-135

BL71 Ernst Steinkellner, "Methodological remarks on the constitution of Sanskrit texts from the Buddhist pramana-tradition", WZKSOA 32, 1988, 103-130

BL72 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Some reflections on R.S.Y.Chi's Buddhist Formal Logic", JIABS 11.1, 1988, 155-171

BL73 Eli Franco, "Was the Buddha a Buddha?", JIP 17, 1989, 81-100

BL73.1 Masahiro Inami, "On paksabhasa", StBudEp 69-83

BL73.2 Bimal Matilal, "Dharmakirti and the universally negative inference", StBudEp 161-168

BL73.3 Chisho Mamoru Namai, "Two aspects of paralokasadhana in Dharmakirtian tradition", StBudEp 227-241

BL73.3.5 Claus Oetke, "Zur interpretation du drei Merkmale des logischeGrundes", ZDMG Suppl Vol. 7, 1989, 391-401

BL73.4 J.K.Rechung, "Rebirth in Buddhist Logic", Bulletin of Tibetology 1989, 11-15

BL74 Ernst Steinkellner, "Miszelen zur erkenntnis theoretisch-logischen Schule des Buddhismus", WZKSOA 33, 1989, 177-182; 34, 1990, 209-210

BL75 V.A.van Bijlert, Epistemology and Spiritual Authority. The Development of Epistemology and Logic in the Old Nyaya and the Buddhist School of Epistemology. Wien 1989

BL75.5 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Self-awareness (sva-samvitti)", VBA n.s. 2, 1990, 21-30

BL76 Bhavani Shankar Shukla, "Historical tradition of Buddhist logic", Tulku 63-71

BL77 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "On sapaksa", JIP 18, 1990, 53-80. Reprinted SLL 89-116; BCCRS 5, 272-294

BL77.1 Ram Shankar Tripathi, Sautrantikadarsanam. Varanasi 1990

BL78 Tom J.F.Tillemenas, "More on pararthanumana theses and syllogisms", AS 45.1, 1991, 143-148. Reprinted SLL 69-88

BL79 Rita Gupta, "Agent-causation and event causation: the Buddhist-Naiyayikas controversy", BHIA 190-209

BL80 Peter Della Santina, "Sakaravada-nirakaravada controversy", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 174-175

BL80.0 Kennard Lipman, "What is Buddhist logic? Some Tibetan develpments of pramana theory”, TBRR

BL80.1 Ernst Steinkellner, "Buddhist logic: the search for certainty", BudSp 213-218

BL80.5 Rom J.F.Tillemans, "La logique bouddhique est-elle une logique non-classique ou deviante? Remarques sur le tetralemme (catuskoti)", in J.-L. Soliere, ed., Le Cahiers de philosophie 14, 1992, 183=198. Translated by J. Dunne as "Is Buddhist logic non-classical or deviant?", SLL 187-207

BL81 Claus Oetke, Studies in the Doctrine of Trairupya. Wien 1994

BL82 Paul Schweizer, "Momentary consciousness and Buddhist epistemology", JIP 22, 1994, 81-91

BL83 David Seyfort Ruegg, "Validity and authority or cognitive rightness and pragmatic efficacy? On the concepts of pramana, pramanabhuta and pramana(bhuta)purusa", AS 49, 1995, 817-828

BL84 Amar Singh, The Sautrantika Analytical Philosophy. New Delhi 1995

BL84.1 E. Steinkellner and M. T. Much, Texte der erkenntnis-theoretischen Schule des Buddhismus. Systematische Übersicht übersicht die buddhistische Sanskrit-Literature, II. Abh. de A.K.Wiss Götingen, Phil-Hist Kl., Dritte Folge ms. 214, Gottingen 1995

BL85 Tom J. F. Tillemans, "On the so-called difficult point of the apoha theory", AS 49, 1995, 853-89. Reprinted SLL 209-246

BL85.0 Pradyumna Dubey, "Place of Sautrantika in Sarvastivada", Srijnanamrtam 491-499

BL85.1 Kenneth K. Inada, "The reflexive nature of momentariness (ksanavada)", BEWC 1996, 73-82

BL85.2 Shoryu Katsura, "How did the Buddhists prove something?--the nature of Buddhist logic", The Numata Yehan Lecture on Buddhism 1996, Calgary, 21 pp.

BL86 Taiken Kyuma, "Incompatibility and difference--virodha and anyonyabha-vavyabhicaratva", JIBSt 45.2, 1997, 24-27

BL87 Rita Gupta, "The Buddhist theory of arthasarupya as pramana", EssInP 261-278

BL90 Takashi Iwata, "On the interpretations of the subject (dharmin) of the inference negating invariable entities in Dharmakirtin logic", DTI 155-172

BL93 Kazufumi Oki, "Pravrtti as an action of a person", DTI 287-294

BL95 Mark Siderits, "Apohavada, nominalism and resemblance theories", DTI 341-348

BL95.5 Rama Datta, "The serial view of life: the Sautrantika: a limited solution to the problem of transmigration without a self", JIAP 37, 1998, 42-52

BL95.6 Pramod Kumar, Negation, Logic and Semantics. Patna 1998

BL95.7 Tara Chatterjee, "The concept of truth in Buddhist logic", JJP 11, 1999, 29-44. Reprinted KFIP 65-76

BL96 Alex Wayman, A Milennium of Buddhist Logic. Volume I. Buddhist Tradition Series 36, Delhi 1999

BL98 Masaaki Hattori, "The problem of grammatical gender in the apoha theory", LPEIM 445-456

BL99 Prabal Kumar Sen, "The Buddhist theory of pramana and pramanaphala", RRRPKS 447-461

BL99.5 Harjeet Singh Gill, "On signification in Buddhism and French traditions", SBVT 1-27

BL99.6 Harjeet Singh Gill, "Buddhist theory of names and Condillac-Destutt de Tracy'", SBFT 60-97

BL100 Shinya Moriyama, "Non-erroneous cognition and direct awareness", JIBSt 50.2, 2001, 36-38

BL102 Ann Heirman, "Can we trace the earl Dharmaguptakas?", TP 88, 2002, 396-429

BL103 Takashi Iwata, "Compassion in proving the Buddha's authority in the Buddhist Logic school", Tohogaku 104, 2002, 10 (summary) (in Japanese pp. 140-153)

BL106 Bart Dessein, "Sautrantika and the hrdaya tradition", JIABS 26, 2003, 287-320

BL109 Joshifumi Honio, "Sautrantika", JIABS 26, 2003, 321-330

BL112 Robert Kritzer, "General introduction", JIABS 26, 2003, 201-224

BL115 Guang Xing, "An inqjiry into the origin of the Mahasamghika Buddhology", IIJBS 5, 2004, 41-51

BL116 Nobuyoshi Yamada, "On the school affiliation of Asvaghosa: 'Sautrantika' or 'Yogacara'?", JIABS 26, 2003, 225-254

BL119 Nandita Banerjee, "Mode of presentation: its role in the Buddhist logic", Anviksa 25, 2004, 27-32

BL120 Collett Cox, "Sautrantika", EnB 2, 2004, 754-755

BL130 Dan Arnold, "On semantics and samketa: thoughts on a neglected problem with Buddhist apoha", JIP 34, 2006, 415-478

BL132 Vincent Eltschinger, "On seventh and eighth century Buddhist accounts of human action, practical ratioality and soteriology", Pramanakirti 135-162

BL132.5 Yohei Kawajiki, "The Pratyabhijna school's interpretation of the Buddhist concept of svalaksana", SACS 1, 2006, 109-128

BL133 Taiken Kyuma, "Marginalia on the subject of sattvanumana", Pramanakirti 469-482

BL135 Yosuhiro Okazaki, "The development of avita from the trairupya theoretical point of view", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 21-32

BL138 Mark Siderits, "Apohavada", PCRSIT 727-736

BL140 Noboru Ueda, "On the pervasion of hetu in paksa", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 217

BL140.5 A.K.Chatterjee, "Apoha: Buddhis theory of meaning", JICPR 24.2, 2007, 13-20

BL141 Chizuko Yoshimizu, "Causal efficacy and spatiotemporal restriction: an analytical study of the Sautrantika philosophy", Pramanakirti 1049-1078

BL144 Charles Hallisey, "Sautrantika", EnBuddhism 675-677

BL145 Richard P. Hayes, "Pramanika movement", EnBuddhism 597-600

BL150 Christian Coseru, "Naturalism and intentionality: a Bu ddhist epistemological approach", AsPOxford 19, 2009, 239-264

BL155 K. Krishnamoorthy, "Bhamaha and Buddhist logic", ESLI 226-231

BL160 Shoriya Moriyama, "On self-awareness: the Sautrantika epistemology", JIP 38, 2010, 261-277

BL163 Isabelle Ratié, "Can one prove that something exists beyond consciousness? A Saiva criticism of the Sautrantika inference of external objects”, JIP 39, 2011, 479-501

BL165 Kiyokuni Shiga, "Remarks on the origin of all-inclusive pervasion", JIP 39, 2011, 521-534

BL168 Christian Coseru, Processsing Reality: Consciousness, Intentionality, and Cognition in Buddhist Philosophy. New York 2012

BL168.3 Brendan S. Gillon, "Language and logic in Indian Buddhist thought”, CompBP

BL168.6 Matthew T. Kapstein, "'Spiritual exercise’ and Buddhist epistemologists in India and Tibet”, CompBP

BL168.7 Richard F. Nance, "The voice of another speech, responsiveness, and Buddhist philosophy”, CompBP

BL170 Claus Oetke, "The significance of behavior-related criteria for textual exegesis–and their neglect in Indian studies”, JIP 414, 2013, 359-437

BL173 Koji Tanaka, "Buddhist philosophy of logic”, CompBP

BL175 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Yogic perception, , meditation, and enlightenment: the epistemological issues in a key debate”, CompBP

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{YB} Yogacara or Vijnanavada Buddhism

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YB1 D.T.Suzuki, "Philosophy of the Yogacara", LM n.s. 5, 1904, 370-386

YB2 Th. Stcherbatsky, "Notes de littérature bouddhique", LM n.s. 6, 1905, 144-153

YB3 Th. Stcherbatsky, "The soul theory of the Buddhists", BASR 1920: 823, 837

YB4 D.T.Suzuki, "The psychological school of Mahayana Buddhism", EB 2, 1922, 105-128

YB5 J.Masuda, "Der individualistische Idealismus der Yogacara-Schule", MKB 10, 1926

YB6 J.Masuda, "Widergegung der Samkhya Lehre von Yogacara-Philosophen", ExO II-III, 1926, 37-44

YB7 Giuseppe Tucci, "The idealistic school in Buddhism", DUB 12, 1926, 1-16. Translated into Spanish by F. Tola and C. Dragonetti in REB 11, 1996, 46-65

YB8 Paul Masson-Oursel, "Tathagatagarbha et alayavijnana", JA 210, 1927, 295-302

YB9 Th. Stcherbatsky, "Über den Begriff vijnana in Buddhismus", ZII 7, 1929, 136-139

YB10 J.Marques Riviere, "Le Bouddhisme, système de Yoga", Bulletin de l'Association Francaise des Amis de l'Orient 8, 1930, 16-24

YB11 Rakesh Ranjan Sharma, "The Yogacara theory of the external world", PAIOC 5, 1930, 883-910

YB12 E.Wolff, "Zur Lehre von Bewusstsein (Vijnanavada) bei den späteren Buddhisten", MKB 17, 1930

YB13 D.Shimaji, "Introduction to the Japanese translation of Cheng wei che lun", adapted into French by Paul Demieville in Sylvain Levi's Un système de philosophie bouddhique (Paris 1932), 15-42

YB14 P.C.Bagchi, "Paravrtti", COJ 1, 1933, 34-38

YB15 Vidhusekhara Bhattacarya, "Evolution of Vijnanavada", IHQ 10, 1934, 1-11. Summarized PAIOC 7, l933, 56

YB16 R.Kambayashi, "Über die historistischen Entwicklung des buddhistische Bewusstseins", ACV 294-302

YB17 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Note sur l'alayavijnana", MCB 3, 1934, 145-168

YB18 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Svatmani kartrtvavirodhat", IC 1, 1934, 113

YB19 A.B.Shiio, "Epistemological Buddhism", ACV 327-331

YB20 S.Lindquist, Siddhi and Abhinna. Upsala 1935

YB21 R.Mukherjee, "The mysticism of Yogacara Buddhism", AP 7, 1936, 512 ff.

YB22 R.Kambayashi, "The thought of the Vijnana school and esoteric Buddhism", SKenk 13, 1936, 22-35

YB23 Vidhusekhara Bhattacharya, "Asparsayoga", WoolCV 17-20

YB24 Janakivallabha Bhattacharya, "Yogacaras", CR 117, 1950, 83-95

YB25 Erich Frauwallner, "Amalavijnanam und alayavijnanam", FWS 148-159. Translated into Spanish by F.Tola and C.Dragonetti in REB 4, 1992-93, 51-74

YB26 Y.Ueda, "Idealistic theory of Buddhism" (summary), JSR 2, 1951, 156-157

YB27 Chatterjee, "Introduction to the Yogacara school", MB 64, 1956, 11-14

YB28 Chatterjee, "Introduction to Vijnanavada of the Buddhists", VK 32, 1956-57, 521 ff.

YB29 Chatterjee, "The Yogacarin treatment of the Prajnaparamita texts", CIDO 23, 1957, 230-23l

YB30 Chatterjee, "Vijnanavada of Buddhism (an introduction)", PB 62, 1957, 226-229

YB31 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Tathagatagarbha", IHQ 33, 1957, 26-39

YB32 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Bhumis in Mahayana Buddhism", PAIOC 20.2, 1959, 87-92

YB33 Kenneth K. Inada, "Vijnanavada and Whiteheadian philosophy", JIBSt 7.2, 1959, 83-96

YB34 A. Zigmund Cerbu, "A Tun-Huang version of the Asrayaparavrtti", ALB 25, 1961, 40-48

YB35 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Abhutaparikalpa", EnBud 1, Supplement 1961-65, 789

YB36 Agehananda Bharati, "Modern Hindu exegesis of Mahayana doctrine", PEW 12, 1962, 19-28

YB37 Minoru Kiyota, "The three modes of encompassing in the Vijnaptimatrata system", JIBSt 19, 1962, 380-385

YB38 Ashok Kumar Chatterji, The Yogacara Idealism. Varanasi 1963. Second revised edition 1975

YB39 Herbert V. Guenther, "Indian Buddhist thought in Tibetan perspective: infinite transcendence versus finiteness", HistR 3, 1963, 83-105

YB40 Shoryu Kanaoka, "Adana-vijnana", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 188-189

YB41 Shoryu Kanaoka, "Adarsa-jnana", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 189-190

YB42 K.Kawada, "Dharmadhatu", JIBSt 22, 1963, 9-24

YB43 C.D.Sharma, "The philosophy of Vijnanavada", UJP 2, 1963, 1-12

YB44 D. Van An, "On the middle way in Yogacara Buddhism", JIBSt 21, 1963, 329-335

YB45 Seibun Fukaura, "Alaya-vijnana", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 382-388

YB46 Shoryu Kanaoka, "Amala-vijnana", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 402-403

YB47 Walpola Rahula, "Alayavijnana", MB 72, 1964, 130-133

YB48 Genjun H. Sasaki, "The three aspects of truth in Buddhist epistemology", JOI 14, 1964, 236-251

YB49 Jean Varegnat, Les hauts-pouvoirs spirituels par la pratique du Yogacara. Saint-Jean-de-Braye 1964

YB50 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Controversy between the sakara- and the nirakara-vadins of the Yogacara school--some materials", JIBSt 14.1, 1965, 26-37. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 389-400; BCCRS 5, 120-128

YB51 Alex Wayman, "The Yogacara idealism", PEW 15, 1965, 65-74

YB52 Herbert V. Guenther, "Mentalism and beyond in Buddhist philosophy", JAOS 86, 1966, 297-303

YB53 Jikido Takasaki, "Dharmata, dharmadhatu and buddhadhatu", JIBSt 28, 1966, 902-919

YB54 Noritoshi Aramaki, "Paratantrasvabhava--a diagrammatic account", JIBSt 30, 1967 - 32, 1968

YB55 Yoshifumi Ueda, "Two main streams of thought in Yogacara philosophy", PEW 16, 1967, 155-166

YB56 Chhote Lal Tripathi, An Appraisal of Yogacara Theory of Knowledge. Ph.D.Thesis. Allahabad University 1967

YB57 Kizow Inazu, "Vijnaptimatrata doctrine as a systematical explanation of Bodhisattva's life", JIBSt 32, 1968, 991-996

YB58 L.M.Joshi, "The mind and the mere mind in Buddhism", MB 76, 1968, 130-136. Also VIJ 6, 1968, 93-100

YB59 Ashok Kumar Chatterjee, "An introduction to Yogacara Buddhism", Anviksiki 1969, 89-120

YB60 Lambert Schmithausen, "Zur Literaturgeschichte der ältere Yogacara-Schule", ZDMG 1969, Supplement 1, 811-821

YB61 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The nature of 'reality' in Yogacara Buddhism", EAW 19, 1969, 474-484

YB62 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "Role of 'illusion' in Yogacara idealism", IPC 14.1, 1969, 7-13

YB63 B.K.Matilal, "Alayavijnana, transmigration and absolutism", JOR 40-41, 1970-72, 151-166

YB64 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The idealistic theory of inference", ABORI 51, 1970, 175-188

YB65 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The philosophy of Yogacara idealism", AUS n.s. 2, 1970, 25-42

YB66 Ashok Kumar Chatterjee, "Idealism and absolutism--a Buddhist synthesis", OH 19, 1971, 33-51. Reprinted in his Facets of Buddhist Thought (Calcutta 1975)

YB67 Lal Mani Joshi, "A survey of the conception of bodhicitta", JRS 3.1, 1971, 70-79

YB68 Jacques May, "La philosophie bouddhique idealiste", AS 25, 1971, 265-323. Reprinted BCCRS 5, 215-268

YB69 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "Knowledge and its validity", JOI 21, 1971, 71-89

YB70 Alex Wayman, "The mirror-like knowledge in Mahayana Buddhist literature", AS 26, 1971, 353-363

YB71 Yeh Ah-yueh, "The characteristics of the theory of sunyata in the Vijnanavadin school" (in Japanese with English summary) TOG 44, 1972, 123-144. Also JIBSt 41, 1972, 367-370

YB72 Walpola Rahula, "Vijnaptimatrata philosophy in the Yogacara system and some wrong notions", MB 80, 1972, 324-330. Also Buddhist 43, 1973, 117-128

YB73 N.Aiyaswami Sastri, "Store consciousness (alayavijnana)--a ground concept of the Yogacara Buddhism", Bulletin of Tibetology 9.1, 1972, 5-16

YB74 Chhote Lal Tripathi, The Problem of Knowledge in Yogacara Buddhism. Varanasi 1972

YB75 Yeh Ah-yueh, "The meaning of the four errorless realities in the Vijnanavadin school" (summary). TICOJ 17, 1973, 85-87

YB76 Herbert Guenther, "Samvrti and paramartha in Yogacara according to Tibetan sources", PTT 89-97

YB77 P.K.Mukhopadhyaya, "Cognitive act", JIP 2, 1973, 115-117

YB78 Esho Mikogami, "The problem of verbal testimony in Yogacara Buddhism", BGK 32-33, 1973, 1-18

YB79 Gadjin Nagao, "On the theory of Buddha-body", EB 6.1, 1973, 25-53

YB81 Koitsu Yokoyama, "A study on the epistemology of the Vijnaptimatrata thought" (summary), ToG 46, 1973, 6

YB82 Gishin Tokiwa, "The alayavijnana of the Sraddhotpada", JIBSt 23.1, 1974, 18-23

YB83 Alfonso Verdu, Dialectical Aspects in Buddhist Thought. Studies in Sino-Japanese Mahayana Idealism. International Studies, East Asian Series Research Publication Number 8. Lawrence, Kansas 1974

YB84 Stefan Anacker, "Yogacara", BAMP 97-101

YB85 Noriaki Hakamaya, "Nirodhasamapatti--its historical meaning in the Vijnaptimatrata system", JIBSt 23.2, 1975, 33-43

YB86 Anandamaitreya, "The defilements of the mind (kilesa)", MB 84, 1976, 62-65

YB87 V.V.Gokhale, "Yogacara works annotated by Vairocanaraksita (discussed in Tibetan photographic materials at the K.P.Jayaswal Research Institute at Patna)", ABORI 58-59, 1977-78, 635-643

YB89 Vijaya Rani, "Accumulation of forms in cognition according to the Yogacaras", JGJRI 33, 1977, 31-38

YB89.5 Charles Wiullemen, "Early Yogacara and visualization (bhavana)”, WSW

YB90 Gadjin M. Nagao, "''What remains' in sunyata: a Yogacara interpretation of emptiness", MBMTP 66-82

YB91 Akiko Osaki, "What is meant by destroying the alayavijnana?", JIBSt 26.2, 1978, 15-20

YB92 Alan Sponberg, "Dynamic liberation in Yogacara Buddhism", JIABS 2.1, 1979, 44-64

YB93 Alex Wayman, "Yogacara and the Buddhist logicians", JIABS 2.1, 1979, 65-80

YB94 Mervin Higgo Hanson, The Trikaya: A Study of the Buddhology of the Early Vijnanavada School of Indian Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of British Columbia 1980

YB95 Thomas McEvilly, "Plotinus and Vijnanavada Buddhism", PEW 30, 1980, 181-194

YB95.1 Brian Edward Brown, The Buddha Nature: A Study of the Tathagatagarbha and and Alayavijnana. Ph.D.Thesis, Fordham University 1981

YB96 M.J.Larrabee, "The one and the many: Yogacara Buddhism and Husserl", PEW 31, 198l, 3-16

YB97 Masaaki Hattori, "The dream simile in Vijnanavada treatises", IBSDJ 235-242

YB98 Kennard Lipman, "The Cittamatra and its Madhyamika critique: some phenomenological reflections", PEW 32, 1982, 295-308

YB99 Paul Hoornert, "Bondage (bandha) and release (moksa) in early Yogacara Buddhism", TICOJ 27, 1982, 95-96

YB100 John P. Keenan, "Original purity and the focus of early Yogacara", JIABS 5.1, 1982, 7-18. Reprinted BCCRS 5, 143-152

YB101 Koitsu Yokoyama, "On the development of the concept of advaya in early Yogacara" (in Japanese with English summary). Shink 254, 1982, 47-77

YB102 Edgar A. Buttner, "The Yogacara school and physiological psychology", YB 1983, 201-204

YB103 Nilima Kushari, "On Buddhist idealism", JIAP 22.1, 1983, 24-35

YB104 Paul Hoornaert, "The bipolar Buddha", JIP 12, 1984, 51-66

YB105 Biswanarayan Shastri, "The role of jneyavarana in the concept of nirvana of Yogacara" (summary). PAIOC 32, 1984-85, 361-362

YB106 Hase Shota, "Knowledge and transcendence: modern idealist philosophy and Yogacara Buddhism", JJRS 11, 1984: 77, 169

YB106.1 Joe Bransford Wilson, Jr., The Meaning of Mind in the Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy of Mind-Only (Cittamatra). Ph.D.Thesis University of Virginia 1984

YB107 Akiko Osaki, "Jung's collective unconsciousness and the alayavijnana ", JIBSt 35.1, 1986, 46-51

YB107.1 Ronald Mark Davidson, Buddhist Systems of Transformation: Asraya-parivrtti/-paravrtti among the Yogacara. Ph.D.Thesis, U. of California, Berkeley 1985

YB108 Dieter Back, "Vijnana: eine anmerkung zur buddhistischen Erkenntnislehre", AS 41, 1987, 83-91

YB109 Leslie S. Kawamura, "Concept of bhranti in Yogacara Buddhism", SLJBS 1, 1987, 70-75

YB110 Miranda Shaw, "William James and Yogacara philosophy: a comparative inquiry", PEW 37, 1987, 223-244

YB111 Lambert Schmithausen, Alayavijnana. On the Origin and the Early Development of the Central Concept of Yogacara Philosophy. Studia Philologia Buddhica IVa-b. Two volumes. Tokyo 1987, 2007

YB112 Masaaki Hattori, "Realism and the philosophy of consciousness-only", EB 21.1, 1988, 23-60. Reprinted BCCRS 36-64

YB112.1.John Keenan, "Buddhist Yogacara philosophy as ancilla theologiae", Japanese Religions 15.5, 1988

YB113 Prabhakar Mishra, "The philosophical significance of the idea of Tathagata in the context of the Absolutism of the Yogacara", VIRB 6, 1988, 44-50

YB113.1 Biswanarayn Shastri, "Two obstacles in the way of nirvana and Buddhahood", NBLBS 41-46

YB114 John P. Keenan, "Spontaneity in Western martial arts--a Yogacara critique of mushin (no-mind)", JJRS 16, 1989, 255-298/

YB115 Ramashankar Tripathi, Cittamatrata and Buddhist Pramana Vyavastha. New Delhi 1989

YB115.1 William Stone Waldron, The Alayavijnana in the Context of Indian Buddhist Thought: The Yogacara Concept of an Unconscious. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin at Madison 1990

YB115.2.Paul J. Griffiths, "Pure consciousness and Indian Buddhism", ProbPC 71-97

YB116 Thubten Jinpo, "The cittamatrin theory of mind", Tulku 1-8

YB117 Bhawani Shankar Shukla, "The emergence of the concept of cittamatra", Tulku 46-54

YB118 Brian Edward Brown, The Buddha Nature: A Study of Tathagatagarbha and Alayavijnana. Delhi 1991, 1994

YB118.1 Paul J. Griffiths, "Memory in classical Indian Yogacara", IMM 109-132

YB119 John Powers, The Yogacara School of Buddhism" A Bibliography. ATLA Bibliography Series, No. 27. Metuchen, N.J. and London 1991

YB119.5 G. Viswa Rani, "Yogacara psychology of perception", BudP 198-202

YB120 Yajneshwar S. Shastri, "Conception of alayavijnana", YSS 137-140

YB120.1.Ramesh Kumar Sharma, "Reality of the external world: Yoga vs. Buddhist idealism", PGI 165-184

YB121 Lambert Schmithausen, "On the origin and early development of alayavijnana", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 188

YB121.1 Hari Shankar Prasad, "The Buddhist doctrine of karma", RIBP 83-96

YB121.1.5 Chakravarthi Ram Prasad, "Dreams and reality: the Sankarite critique of Vijnanavada", PEW 43, 1993, 405-455. Reprinted IPE 1, 283-298

YB121.2 Peter della Santina, "Interdependence in Mahayana Buddhism: the convergence of Madhyamaka and Yogacara", PPRAMC 199-206

YB121.3 John P. Keenan, "Yogacara", BudSp 203-212

YB122 Jikido Takasaki, "On upadana (II). Alayavijnana and its two kinds of upadana", SBWarder 149-159

YB122.1 Alexander Piatigorsky, "Some observations on the notion of tathagata-garbha", BF 3, 1994, 239-248

YB122.2 T.R.Sharma, "Introduction to Vijnanavada", AIBP 1-51

YB122.3 T.R.Sharma, "Vijnanavada and bodhicitta", AIBP 52-57

YB122.5 Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti, "Le estructure de la muente segun la escuele idealista budista (Yogacara)", REB 4, 1992-93, 51-74

YB123 William S. Waldron, "How innovative is the alayavijnana?: the alaya-vijnana in the context of canonical and Abidharma vijnana theory, Part I", JIP 22. 1994, 199-258

YB123.8 Kazuo Hyodo, "Yoga and vijnaptimatrata theory--establishment of the asallaksanapravesopaya, the way to enter into nonexistence of both object and subject", OG 47, 1994, 7-8

YB124 Richard King, "Early Yogacara and its relationship with the Madhyamika school", PEW 44, 1994, 659-684

YB124.5 In-Sub Hur, An Analysis of the Different Way of Thinking of Indian Yogacara and Chinese Fa=hsiang School. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Hawaii 1996

YB125 Alex Wayman, "A defense of Yogacara Buddhism", PEW 46, 1996, 447-476

YB125.1 Noritoshi Aramaki, "Where else than in mind-only? transforming the old history and creating the new", EthR 31-38

YB126 Christian Coseru, "The continuity between Madhyamaka and Yogacara schools of Mahayana Buddhism", JASBe 37.2, 1997, 48-83

YB126.2 Jay L. Garfield, "Three natures and three naturelessnesses: comments on cittamatra conceptual categories", JIPR 2, 1997. Reprinted EW 109-127

YB126.3 Sodo Mori, "The Vijnanavadin view as depicted in the Pali commentaries with special reference to the Nirayapalakatha", BVSK 453-464

YB126.5 Nobuyoshi Yanabe, "The idea of dhatuvada in Yogacara and Tathagatagarbha texts", PBT 1997, 193-204

YB126.8 K. Dhammajoti, "The defects of the arhat's enlightenment--his aklistajnana and vasana", BS 28, 1998, 65-98

YB127 Richard King, "Vijnaptimatrata and the Abhidharma context of early Yogacara", AsPOxford 8, 1998, 5-18

YB127.5 Bimalendra Kumar, "Contribution of Professor Giuseppe Tucci in Yogacara philosophy", PBh 9, 1998, 273-279

YB128 Jeffrey Hopkins, Emptiness in the Mind-Only School of Buddhism. London 1999

YB128.5 O.P.Jaiswal, "An evaluation of the nature of consciousness in Vijnanavada philosophy", BudCompL 46-53

YB129 Robert Kritzer, Rebirth and Causation in the Yogacara Abhidharma. Wien 1999

YB129.5 Bimalendra Kumar, "Contribution of Prof. Giuseppe Tucci in Yogacara philosophy", BudCompL 146-153

YB130 Mudagamuwe Maithrimurthi, Wohlwallen, Mitleid, Freude und Gleichmut: eine ideengeschichtliche Untersuchung der vier apramanas in der buddhistischen Ethik und Spiritualitä von der Anfüngen bis hin zum frühen Yogacara. Stuttgart 1999

YB 131 Noritoshi Aramaki, "Toward an understanding of the Vijnaptimatrata", WCSU 39-60

YB131.5 Audrius Beinovin, "The conception of the three modes of consciousness (trisvabhava) in the texts of early Yogacara Buddhism" (in Polish). AOV 1, 2000, 56-73

YB132 David Burton, "Wisdom beyond words? Ineffability in Yogacara and Madhyamaka Buddhism", ContB 1, 2000, 53-76

YB133 Carmen Dragonetti, "Marginal note on the idealistic conception of citta-matra", JIABS 23.2, 2000, 165-176

YB137 Shintaro Kitano, "The 'turning point' of the three self-natures doctrine in the development of the Yogacara school" (summary). JICABS 3, 2000, 102-108

YB140 C. Ram-Prasad, "Conceptuality in question: teaching and pure cognition in Yogacara-Madhyamaka", Religious Studies 36, 2000, 277-292

YB140.5 Jonathan A. Silk, "The Yogacara bhiksu", WCSU 265-314

YB141 K. Srinivas, "Truth as conceived in Yogacara and Mahyamika", IndPQ 27, 2000, 393-402

YB144 Vladimir Korobov, "Bodhicitta: an interpretation" (in Polish). AOV 2, 2001, 141-148

YB146 Ludovic Vievard, "L'origine de la compassion selon Yogacara et Madhyamika", AS 55, 2001, 423-454

YB147 Jeffrey Hopkins, Reflections on Reality. The Three Natures and Non-Natures in the Mind-Only School. Berkeley, Cal. 2002

YB149 Adam C. Scarfe, "Whitehead's doctrine of objectification and Yogacara Buddhism's theory of the three natures", ContB 3, 2002, 111-126

YB150 Arvind Sharma, "The Madhyamaka and Yogacara understanding of the identity of nirvana and samsara", RRVVRI

YB152 C.D.Sebastian, "A.K.Chatterjee on metaphysics of the Yogacara (The Yogacara Metaphysics): a re-evaluation", PQJNMU 8.3-4, 2002, 173-184

YB153 W.S.Waldron, "The dependent arising of a cognitive unconscious in Buddhism and science", CB 3, 2002, 141-160

YB154 John P. Keenan, "Critical and mystic Yogacara philosophy of language and truth", IIJBS 4, 2003, 57-88

YB154.5 Akira Hirakawa, "De la difference entre penetration intuitive et connaissance dichotomissante", Cipango (Paris) 10 (Sept. 2003), 169-227

YB155 Dan Lusthaus, Buddhist Phenomenology. A Philosophic Investigation of Yogacara Buddhism and the Ch'eng Wei-shih Lun. Routledge 2003

YB156 Dan Lusthaus, "Vijnanavada", EnB 2, 2004, 884-885

YB156.1 Dan Lusthaus, "Yogacara school", EnB 2, 2004, 914-921

YB157 Charles Muller, "The Yogacara two hindrances and their reinterpretation in East Asia", JIABS 27.1, 2004, 207-235

YB158 Karunesh Shukla, "The tradition of the Buddhist Yoga", CIPY 104-116

YB160 M. D'Amato, "Three nature: three stages. An interpretation of the Yogacara trisvabhava theory", JIP 33, 2005, 185-207

YB168 William S. Waldron, The 'Buddhist Unconscious'. The Alaya-Vijnana in the Context of Indian Buddhist Thought. Routledge 2003

YB161 Eric Cheetham, "An outline of the Yogacara-Vijnanavada school of Indian Buddhism (1)", BudSR 21, 2004: 35-58, 151-178

YB165 Sam Trivedi, "Idealism and Yogacara Buddhism", AsPOxford 15, 2005, 231-246

YB170 Dan Lusthaus, "Yogacara", EnP 1, 746-753

YB175 Noriaki Azami, "Samaropa and apavada in the doctrine of the three self-natures", JIBSt 54.3, 206, 229

YB177 David F. Germano and William S. Waldron, "A comparison of alayavijnana in Yogacara and Dzogchen", BTAPR 36-68

YB180 Shintaro Kitano, "A reconsideration of vijnapti", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 167

YB185 Adam Scarfe, "Hegelian 'absolute idealism' of Yogacara Buddhism on consciousness, concept (Begriff) and co-dependent origination", ContB 7.1, 2006, 47-74

YB188 Charles Willemen, "About the word 'Yogacara' and 'Faxiang"", IIJBS 7, 2006, 115-124

YB190 Richard P. Hayes, "Yogacara school", EnBuddhism 843-846

YB191 Shintaro Kitano, "On the doctrine of the three self-naturesi n the philosophy of consciousness-only", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 201-202

YB192 Hisayasu Kobayashi, "The eye-form illusion in Buddhist idealism", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 254-255

YB194 Hidenori Sakume, "In search of the origins of the five-gotra system", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 84-92

YB195 Lambert Schmithausen, "Aspects of spiritual practice in early Yogacara", JICPBS 11, 2007, 213-244

YB200 Hartmut Buescher, The Inception of Yogacara-Vijnanavada. Wien 2008

YB210 Jesan Woo, "Gradual and sudden enlightenment: the attainment of yogoipratyaksa in the later Indian Yogacara school", JIP 31, 2009, 179-188

YB220 D. S. Duckworth, "Mijam's middle way through Yogacara and Prasangika", JIP 38, 2010, 431-439

YB223 Imre Hamar, "Interpretation of Yogacara philosophy in Huayan Buddhism”, JCP 37, 2010, 181-197

YB225 Sujata Purayastha, "Vijnaptimtrata in Yogacara Buddhism: a study in the concept of the absolute", FVTC 29-42

YB230 Georges Dreyfus, "Self and subjectivity: a middle way approach”, SNS 114-156

YB233 Jonardon Ganeri, "Subjectivity, selfhood and the use of the word 'I’”, SNS 176-192

YB250 Fung Kei Cheng and Samsam Tso, "A bodhisattva-spirit-oriented counselling framework; inspired by Vimalakirti wisdom”, IJDS 2.6, 2014

YB254 Eli Franco, "Further notes on the sadvitiyaprayoga”, JIP 41, 2013, 666-670

YB260 Isabel Ratie, "On the distinctionbetween epistemic and metaphysical buddhist idealisms: a Saiva perspective”, JIP 42, 2014, 353-375

YB263 C. D. Sebastien, "Vijnaptimatrata: the one and only reality of consciousness or Yogacara Buddhism”, JASBo 85, 2013, 147-158

YB265 William S. Waldron, "Text and context in religious studies and Yogacara cognitive theory; discovering theory 'in the wild’”, Numen 81, 2014, 208-220

YB267 Alex Watson, "Light as an analogy for cognition in Buddist idealism (Vijnanavada)”, JIP 42, 2014, 401-421

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{MB} Madhyamaka Buddhism, including the Prajnaparamita literature

See a8.1.16;; 137.1.5; 174.5, 174.12.13; 368.5.8; 379.67:192, 204, 476, 546. AB171, 564, 565.5; YB121.2, 124, 126,140, 141, 220; AV1216; YB98,124,126,132,141,150

MB1 Satischandra Vidyabhusana, "The Madhyamika school of philosophy", JBTSI 3.2, 1895 - 3.3, 1895

MB2 Koros, "Notes on Madhyamika philosophy", JBTSI 6.4, 1898. 22 ff.

MB3 D.T.Suzuki, "Notes on the Madhyamika philosophy", JBTSI 6.3, 1898, 19-22

MB4 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Tibetan texts of the Madhyamika philosophy (from the Bstanhgyur)", JBTSI 7.1, 1900, 1-3

MB5 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Nouvelles recherches sur la doctrine de l'acte", JA 1903, 357-450

MB6 F.W.Thomas, "Paramita in Pali and Sanskrit books", JRAS 1904, 547-548

MB7 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Deux notes sur le pratityasamutpada", CIDO 14, 1905, vol. I, 193-203

MB8 Satischandra Vidyabhusana, "A descriptive list of works on the Madhyamika philosophy", JASBe n.s. 4, 1908, 367-379

MB9 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Dogmatique bouddhique. La negation de l'ame et la doctrine de l'acte", JA 1920, 237-306

MB10 Giuseppe Tucci, "Studi Mahayanici", RDSO 10, 1923-24, 521-590

MB11 Max Walleser, "Der budhistische negativismus", ZBVG 5, 1923-24, 163-183

MB12 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Madhyamaka", ERE 8, 1926, 235-237. Reprinted MDPN 147-153

MB13 Max Walleser, "Wesen und werden des Buddhismus", BZLGI 317-326

MB14 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Notes on (1) sunyata and (2) the middle path", IHQ 4, 1928, 161-168

MB15 Stanislas Schayer, "Der mahayanistische Kritik des hinayanistischen Pluralismus (in Anschluss an das Problem des svabhava)", ZDMG 9, 1930, 105-106

MB16 T.N.Ramachandran, "Prajnaparamita in Buddhist iconography", Triveni 4, 1931, 17-25

MB17 T.Matsumoto, Die Prajnaparamita Literatur. 1932

MB18 T.Yura, Bewusstseinslehre in Buddhismus. Einführung in die Psychologie, Erkenntnislehre und Metaphysik des Mahayana Buddhismus. Tokyo 1932

MB19 Ernst Obermiller, "Nirvana according to the Tibetan tradition", IHQ 9, 1933, 251-257

MB20 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Madhyamika", MCB 2, 1933, 1-146

MB21 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "The Madhyamikas and the Tathata", IHQ 9, 1933, 30-31

MB22 Bimal Churn Law, "Buddhist paramita", IC 1, 1934-35, 686-691

MB23 Ernst Obermiller, "The term sunyata and its different interpretations", JGIS 1.2, 1934, 105-117

MB24 Ramakanta Tripathi, "The Madhyamika theory of dialectic", PQ 10, 1934-35, 373-382

MB25 Stanislas Schayer, "Das mahayanistische Absolutum nach der Lehre der Madhyamikas", OLit 38, 1935, 401-415

MB26 Ksiti Mohan Sen, "The conception and development of sunyavada", VBQ n.s. 1, 1935, 17-28

MB27 Ksiti Mohan Sen, "The conception and development of sunya doctrine in medieval India", PAIOC 7, 1935, 405-432

MB28 Poul Tuxen, Indledende Bemaerkninger til Buddhistik Relatavisme. Kobenhavn 1936

MB29 Ashokanath Shastri, "Sunya and Brahman", IC 5, 1938-39, 271-278

MB30 Sujitkumar Mukhopadhyay, "Sunyata in Mahayana Buddhism", PB 48, 1943, 327 ff.

MB31 Satadal Kar, "Buddhist sarvasunyavada", IC 13, 1947, 175-177

MB32 Jong, "Le problème de l'absolu dans l'école Madhyamika", RP 140, 1950, 322-327

MB33 Gadjin M. Nagao, The Fundamental Standpoint of the Madhyamika Philosophy. Ph.D.Thesis, Kyoto University 1950-5l. Summarized in JSR 4, 1953, 179-182

MB34 Ryujo Yamada, "Historical researches in Mahayana Bodhisattva-marga. A study of the formation and development of the early Mahayana Sutras" (summary). JSR 1, 1950, 254-255

MB35 Richard A. Gard, Introduction to the Study of Madhyamika Buddhism. Thesis, Claremont Graduate School 1951

MB36 Herbert Guenther, "Words denoting 'emptiness'", PAIOC 16.2, 1961, 251-261

MB37 Herbert Guenther, "Buddhist sunyata and karuna", AP 22, 1951, 406 ff.

MB38 Koun Kajiyoshi, "A study of the prototype of the Prajnaparamita Sutras" (summary), JSR 2, 1951, 170-171

MB39 Ryujo Yamada, "The age the Prajnaparamita Sutras were formed in" (summary), TDBKN 2, 1951, 1-2

MB40 Edward Conze, "The doctrine of emptiness", MW 27, 1952, 124-127

MB41 Edward Conze, "The ontology of the Prajnaparamita", PEW 3, 1953, 117-130

MB42 Kyodo Ishii, "A study concerning the formation of the doctrine of the Avatamsaka school" (summary), JSR 4, 1953, 202-204

MB43 P.Nagaraja Rao, "Advaita-Vedanta and Madhyamika school of Buddhism", PAIOC 17, Summaries 1953, 262

MB44 Kenryu Tsukinowa, "Compilation of Buddhist sutras at the beginning and the end" (summary), JSR 4, 1953, 218-221

MB45 Kurt F. Leidecker, "Sunyata and Christian kenotic speculation", ARWEP 172-183

MB46 Heramba Chatterjee, "Critical study of the doctrine of sunyata", MB 63, 1955, 395-400

MB47 Edward Conze, "Prof. Murti's Central Philosophy of Buddhism", MW 30, 1966, 114-120

MB48 T.R.V.Murti, The Central Philosophy of Buddhism. London 1955. Second revised edition Delhi 1960

MB49 Heramba Chatterjee, "A comparative study of the Buddhistic sunyata", PB 61, 1956, 496-498

MB50 Heramba Chatterjee, "Buddhistic conception of sunyata and its Vedantic criticism", CR 138, 1956, 166-171

MB51 T. Fujimoto, "The epistemological standpoint of the Madhyamika school: the critique of svabhava and vijnaptimatra", POORI 4, 1956, 61-76

MB52 Edward Conze, "The Buddha's bodies in the Prajnaparamita", CIDO 24, 1957, volume 1, 530-531

MB53 Ram Shankar Mishra, "The Madhyamika dialectic: a critical appraisal", Bh 1957-58. Reprinted in RSMSPR

MB54 Ajit Ranjan Bhattacharya, "Monistic speculations of Upanisadic, Taoist and Madhyamika philosophers", JDL n.s. 2.2, 1958, 17-58

MB55 Thubtan Choskhyid, "The Absolute: asamskrtadharma lokottaradharma paramarthasatya sunyata", MB 66, 1958, 137-142

MB56 Clarence H. Hamilton, "Encounter with reality in Buddhist Madhyamika philosophy", JBR 26, 1958, 13-32

MB57 Jacques May, "La philosophie bouddhique de la vacuité", Studia Philosophica (Basle) 18, 1958, 123-137

MB58 Richard H. Robinson, "Mysticism and logic in Sengh-Chao's thought", PEW 8, 1958-59, 99-120

MB59 U.Schneider, "Indisches Denken und sein Verhältnis zur Geschichte", Saeculum 9, 1958, 156-162

MB60 Heramba Chatterjee, "Voidness and its proper interpretation", MB 67, 1959, 186-189

MB61 Jacques May, "Kant et le Madhyamika", IIJ 3, 1959, 102-111

MB62 Shoson Miyamoto, "'Ultimate Middle' as the fundamental principle of Buddhism", RSJ 235-256

MB63 Edward Conze, The Prajnaparamita Literature. The Hague 1960

MB64 Shoson Miyamoto, "The logic of relativity as the common ground for the development of the middle way", SYBC 67-88

MB65 M.Scaligero, "Doctrine of the 'void' and the logic of essence", EAW 11, 1960, 249-257

MB66 Karuna Bhattacharya, "Does sunyata mean nothingness?", JPA 8.29-30, 1961, 57-62

MB67 Edward Conze, "Meditations on emptiness", MW 35, 1961, 141-147

MB68 Lobzang Jivaka, "No-thing-ness, the doctrine of the void", IAC 10, 196l-62, 321-328

MB69 B.G.Ketkar, "Does sunyata mean nothingess?", JPA 8.29-30, 1961, 53-56

MB70 Ram Samkar Misra, "The Madhyamika dialectic and the problem of causation", Bh 5, 196l-62, 11-25

MB71 R.Uryuzu, "Approach to the understanding of the principles of the Madhyamika system", JIBSt 19, 1961, 584-590

MB72 K.Venkata Ramanan, "A fresh appraisal of the Madhyamika philosophy", BGK 18-19, 1961, 26-33. Also VQ 27.3-4, 1961-62, 230-238

MB73 Kosai Yasui, "Development of the thought of the two-fold truth (paramartha satya and samvrti satya)", NBGKN 26, 1961, 271-284

MB74 A.A.G.Bennett, "The Prajnaparamita literature", MB 70, 1962, 261-268

MB75 Hisao Inagaki, "On the concept of avinivartaniya in Pure Land Buddhism', JIBSt 10.2, 1962, 56-59

MB76 Kumataro Kawada, "On prajnakara", JIBSt 19, 1962, 13-18

MB77 A.A.G.Bennett, "Miscellaneous Prajnaparamita sutras", MB 71, 1963, 16-18

MB78 Shuyu Kanaoka, "Abha", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 398-400

MB79 Harsh Narain, "Sunyavada--a reinterpretation", PEW 13, 1963, 311-318

MB80 Ramakanta Tripathi, "The Madhyamika theory of dialectic", RIndPh 229-239

MB81 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Ama", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 398-400

MB82 Ram Chandra Pandeya, "The Madhyamika philosophy: a new approach", PEW 14, 1964, 3-24. Also CIDO 26, 1969, 421-438. Reprinted RPISP 60-88

MB83 Hisao Inagaki, "Padma-symbolism in Pure Land thought, with particular reference to the modes of birth", JIBSt 13.1, 1965, 48-51

MB84 Daiei Kaneko, "The meaning of salvation in the doctrine of Pure Land Buddhism", EB 1, 1965, 48-63

MB85 Sita Ram Rai, Decipherment and Study of an Unknown Mahayana Buddhist Text. Ph.D.Thesis, Patna University 1965

MB86 Yoshiro Tamura, "The concept of absoluteness in Buddhism" (summary), SKenk 180, 1965, 132-133

MB87 Shoyu Hanayama, "A summary of various research on the Prajnapara-mita literature by Japanese scholars", Acta Asiatica 10, 1966, 16-93

MB88 Kyosho Hayashima, "A study in the thought of 'hon-gan', or the basic vow of a Bodhisattva", JIBSt 14.2, 1966, 62-77

MB89 Raymond Panikkar, "The 'crisis' of Madhyamika and Indian philosophy today", PEW 16, 1966, 117-132

MB90 Genjun H. Sasaki, "Jnana, prajna, prajnaparamita", JOI 15, 1966, 258-272

MB91 Edward Conze, Materials for a Dictionary of the Prajnaparamita Literature. Tokyo 1967

MB92 Yasunori Ejima, "The Madhyamikas' refutations to the criticism 'the Madhyamikas are nihilists'" (in Japanese with English summary), ToG 34, 1967

MB93 Shotaro Iida, An Introduction to Svatantrika-Madhyamika. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin 1967

MB94 Sujitkumar Mukhopadhyaya, "The quintessence of the sunyata doctrine", AP 38, 1967, 454-457

MB95 Richard H. Robinson, Early Madhyamika in India and China. Madison 1967; Delhi 1979

MB96 Yin Shun, "The Madhyamika doctrine: a modern restatement" (translated by F.S.K.Koo), MP 4, 1967, 118-117

MB97.1 R.C.Pandeya, "The logic of catuskoti and indescribability", VandB 25-40

MB97.2 V.S.Ramachandra Sastri, "Vedanta and Buddhism", VandB 83-86

MB98 Jaidev Singh, Introduction to Madhyamika Philosophy. Varanasi 1968; Delhi 1978

MB99 Shoson Miyamoto, "The middle way from the standpoint of the dharma", JIBSt 17.2, 1969, 1-32

MB100 Alex Wayman, "Contributions to the Madhyamika school of Buddhism", JAOS 89, 1969, 141-152

MB101 Tashu Tagami, "On the bodhicitta in the Prajnaparamita-sutras" (summary), SKenk 203, 1970, 133

MB102 Ashok Kumar Chatterjee, "The Madhyamika and the philosophy of language", OH 19, 1971, 21-31. Reprinted in his Facets of Buddhist Thought (Calcutta 1975)

MB103 Ryotai Hadami, An Introduction to Mahayana Sutras. Translated from the Japanese by Kosho Yamamoto. Ube 1971

MB104 Ram Shankar Mishra, "The Madhyamika view of nirvana" in RSMSPR

MB105 D.Seyfort Ruegg, "On the knowability and expressibility of absolute reality in Buddhism", JIBSt 20.1, 1971, 1-7

MB106 Akira Sakurabe, "On the concept of sunyata" (in Japanese with English summary), Shink 45.4, 1971, 57-79

MB107 Keiji Nishitani, "Nihilism and sunyata", EB 5.1 - 5.2, 1972

MB108 R. Puligandla, "Pratityasamutpada of the Madhyamika and the impossibility of transcendental deductions", MB 80, 1972, 390-395

MB109 V.N.Toporov, "Madhyamikas and Eliatics: some parallels", ICandB 51-68

MB110 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Three kinds of affirmation and two kinds of negation in Buddhist philosophy", WZKSOA 17, 1973, 161-175. Reprinted BCCRS 5, 129-142(Same as B925)

MB111 Keiji Nishitani, "The standpoint of sunyata", EB 6.1 - 6.2, 1973

MB112 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "A critique of the Madhyamika position", PTT 54-63. Reprinted CEBKM 203-212

MB113 T.R.V.Murti, "Samvrti and paramartha in Madhyamika and Advaita Vedanta", PTT 9-26. Reprinted in StIndT 177-196. Reprinted in BRD 55-67

MB114 Ram Chandra Pandeya, "The philosophy of the Madhyamika logic", Anviksiki 6.3-4, 1973, 147-155. Reprinted RPISP 104-113

MB115 Mervyn Sprung, "The Madhyamika doctrine of two realities as a metaphysic", PTT 40-53

MB116 B.R.Barua, "Madhyamika doctrine of Buddhism", MB 82, 1974, 55-58

MB117 Douglas D. Daye, "Japanese rationalism, Madhyamika, and some uses of formalism", PEW 24, 1974, 363-368

MB118 Yasunori Ejima, "Eine Bewiesführung des nihsvabhavatva" (summary). SKenk 220, 1974

MB119 Ha U-Kim, "The realization of sunyata as an indeterminate meditation", JDBSDU 1, 1974, 40-44

MB120 Karuna Bhattacharya, "Madhyamika et vaitandika", JA 1975, 99-102

MB120.5 John Benedict Buescher, Madhyamika Reasoning. M.A.Thesis, U. of Virginia 1975

MB121 Dipti Chakravarti, Contribution of Post-Nagarjuna Philosophy of the Madhyamika Schools of Sunyavada. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Allahabad 1975

MB122 Edward J.D. Conze, "Buddhist prajna and Greek sophia", Religion 5, 1975, 160-167

MB123 Douglas D. Daye, "Major schools of the Mahayana Madhyamika", BAMP 76-96

MB124 William Gillham, "Self, Absolute and nirvana in Madhyamika, Whitehead and Hartshorne", RJPSS 1975, 81-92

MB125 Tenzin Gyatso, The Buddhism of Tibet and the Key to the Middle Way. Translated by Jeffrey Hopkins and Lati Rinpoche. New York 1975

MB126 Etienne Lamotte, "Trois sutra du samyukta sur le vacuité", BSOAS 36, 1975, 313-323

MB127 Robert F. Olson, "Whitehead, Madhyamika and the Prajnaparamita", PEW 25, 1975, 449-464

MB128 Sarasvati Devi Raghuvanshi, A Study of Post-Nagarjuna Exponents of Madhyamaka School of Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Allahabad 1975

MB129 N.A.Sastri, "Sunyata and its significance in Buddhism", Bulletin of Tibetology 12, 1975, 5-18

MB130 Ramakant Tripathi, "The Madhyamika and Advaitism", KCV 239-246

MB131 Alex Wayman, "Discussion", PEW 25, 1975, 91-94

MB132 Mahesh Mehta, "The epistemic reality in Advaita Vedanta and Mahayana", VK 63, 1976-77, 211-213. Also CIDO 29, 1976, 374-379

MB133 R.K.Tripathi, "Saptabhangi and the Madhyamika dialectic", BandJ 2, 150-152

MB134 B.R.Barua, "Madhyamika doctrine of Buddhism", MDPN 197-200

MB135 Pema Chhinjor, "How the Madhyamika doctrine spread", MDPN 162-165

MB136 Etienne Lamotte, "Le concept de vacuité dans le bouddhisme", BCLS 63, 1977: 2, 66

MB137 B. Mukherjee, "The middle way", MDPN 169-171

MB138 T.R.V.Murti, "Introduction", MDPN x-xxvii

MB139 Harsh Narain, "The nature of Madhyamika thought", MDPN 175-196

MB140 Ram Chandra Pandeya, "The logic of catuskoti and indescribability", RPISP 89-103

MB141 D.Seyfort Ruegg, "The uses of the four positions of the catuskoti and the problem of the description of reality in Mahayana Buddhism", JIP 5, 1977, 1-72. BCCRS 4, 213-277

MB142 Gregory Schopen, "Sukhavati as a generalized religious goal in Sanskrit Mahayana Sutra literature", IIJ 19, 1977, 177-210

MB143 Shotaro Iida, "Toward a second look at visual mode in Buddhist tradition", JIBSt 26.2, 1978, 27-32

MB144 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Later Madhyamikas on epistemology and meditation", MBMTP 114-143. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 99-128

MB145 Jacques May, "On Madhyamika philosophy", JIP 6, 1978, 233-242

MB146 Glyn Richards, "Sunyata: objective referent or via negativa", Religious Studies 14, 1978, 251-260

MB147 D.Seyfort Ruegg. "Mathematical and linguistic models in Indian thought: the case of zero and sunyata", WZKSOA 22, 1978, 171-182

MB148 Mervyn Sprung, "Non-cognitive language in Madhyamika Buddhism", LIPR 43-54

MB149 Peter della Santina, "The division of the Madhyamika system into the Prasangika and Svatantrika schools", JRS 7.2, 1979, 40-49

MB149.1 Peter della Santina, Madhyamika School in India (A Stud f the Madhyamaika Philosophy and of the Division of the System into the Prasangika and Svatantrika Schools). 1978. Summarized in RBS pp. 47-48

MB150 G.C.Nayak, "The Madhyamika attack on essentialism: a critical appraisal", PEW 29, 1979, 477-490

MB151 K.S.Ramakrishna Rao, "Early Madhyamika in India and China", VK 66, 1979, 135-137

MB151.1 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "On the reception and early history of the dBu ma (Madhyamaka)”, TibSHR 277-279

MB152 Sitansu S. Chakravarti, "The Madhyamika catuskoti or tetralemma", JIP 8, 1980, 303-306

MB153 Koichi Furusaka, "The Madhyamika negation of transmigrationism" (in Japanese with English summary). OKDKJ 29.2.3, 1980, 171-184

MB154 R.D.Gunaratne, "The logical form of catuskoti: a new solution", PEW 30, 1980, 211-240

MB155 Amalia Pezzali, "Bodhisattva et prajnaparamita, l'essence du Madhyamaka", ITaur 8-9, 1980-81, 313-332

MB156 Mark Siderits, "The Madhyamika critique of epistemology", JIP 8, 1980. 307-335; 9, 1981, 121-160. Reprinted BCCRS 4, 278-334

MB156.1 Geshe Lobsang Tharchen, Methods of Achieving the Paths: Stages of Philosophical and Ethical Development according to the Madhyamika Svatantrika School of Buddhism. Washington, D.C. 1981

MB157 Robert A.F.Thurman, "Voidness and totalities in Madhyamika and Hua Yen", SHB 343-348

MB158 Paul M. Williams, "Some aspects of language and construction in the Madhyamaka", JIP 8, 1980, 1-45

MB159 Hsueh-li Cheng, "Truth and logic in San-Lun Madhyamika Buddhism", IPQ 21, 1981, 261-276

MB160 Charles Crittenden, "Everyday reality as fiction--a Madhyamika interpretation", JIP 9, 1981, 323-333

MB161 P.R.Ebbatson, The Two Truths in Buddhist Thought with special reference to the Madhyamaka System. D. Phil. Thesis, Oxford University 1981

MB162 Shohei Ichimura, "A study on the Madhyamika method of refutation and its influence on Buddhist logic", JIABS 4.1, 1981, 87-95

MB163 Thomas McEvilley, "Early Greek philosophy and Madhyamika", PEW 31, 1981, 141-164

MB164 Arvind Kumar Rai, "Samvrti and paramartha in the Madhyamika thought", IndPQ 8.3, 1981, Student's Supplement 20-28

MB165 David Seyfort Ruegg, The Literature of the Madhyamika School of Philosophy in India. History of Indian Literature 7.1, Wiesbaden 1981

MB166 Sitamsu Chakravarti, "The philosophy of non-involvement of the Madhyamikas", JIP 10, 1982, 397-403

MB167 G.L.Chaturvedi, "Vedanta and sunyavada on self-luminosity", JGJRI 38-39, 1982-83, 319-323

MB168 Shohei Ichimura, "A new approach to the intra-Madhyamika confrontation over the Svatantrika and Prasangika methods of refutation", JIABS 5.2, 1982

MB168.5 Keiji Nishitani, Religion and Nothingness. Translated by Jan Van Bragt. Berkeley 1982

MB169 Donald Sewell Lopez, Jr., The Svatantrika-Madhyamaka School of Mahayana Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Virginia 1982

MB170 Thomas McEvilly, "Pyrrhonism and Madhyamika", PEW 32, 1982, 3-36

MB171 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "Towards a chronology of the Madhyamaka school", IBSDJ 505-530

MB172 Paul M. Williams, "Science and truth--some aspects of the Madhyamaka philosophy in Tibet", TJ 7.1-2, 1982, 48-58

MB172.5 Peter G. Fenner, Reason, Insight and Awakening: Philosophy and Pschology in the Madhyamaka. Ph.D.Thesis, U. of Queensland 1983

MB173 Ashok K. Gangadean, "Madhyamika dialectic and holistic psycho-therapy", Journal of Buddhist Philosophy (Bloomington) 1, 1983, 7-46

MB173.05 Kevin R. O'Neil, "An explanation of Madhyamika doctrine", Glory of India 7, 1983, 39-43

MB174 O.H.Pind, "Emptiness--towards a semiotic determination of emptiness in Madhyamika discourse", CTBRP 169-204

MB175 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "On the thesis and assertion in the Madhyamaka/dBu ma", CTBRP 205-242

MB176 T. Tillemans, "The 'neither one nor many' arguments for sunyata and its Tibetan interpretations", CTBRP 302-320

MB176.3 William L. Ames, "Emptinessil n quantum theory", BandS 285-304

MB176.7 Michel Bitbol, "A cure for metaphysical illusions: Kant, quantum mechanicsm and Madhyamaka", BandS 325-364

MB177 Filita Bharuche, "A study of sunyata in the Madhyamika philosophy", PTG 19.1, 1984, 22-52

MB178 Hsueh-Li Cheng, Empty Logic: Madhyamika Buddhism from Chinese Sources. New York 1984

MB179 Kenneth K. Inada, "The American involvement with sunyata: prospects", BAT 70-88

MB180 David Ross Komito, "Tibetan Madhyamika psychology and its Indian context", TJ 9.4, 1984, 58-68

MB181 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Two Tibetan texts on the 'neither one nor many' argument for sunyata", JIP 12, 1984, 357-388

MB182 K.V.Apte, "Is Madhyamika sunya positive?", BhV 45-47, 1985-87, 204-220

MB183 B.R.Barua, "Madhyamika doctrine of Buddhism", MDPN 257-262

MB184 Pema Chhinjor, "How the Madhyamika doctrine spread", MDPN 203-207

MB185 K.J.Eswaraiah, "The Buddhist fourfold logic: an interpretation of its applications", VidBh 6.1, 1985, 1-12

MB186 Rita Gupta, "Madhyamika dialectics: search for truth and soteriological analysis", VJP 21.2, 1985, 83-89

MB187 Shohei Ichimura, "A determining factor that differentiated Indian and Chinese Madhyamaka methods of dialectical as reductio-ad-absurdum and paradoxical argument respectively", JIBSt 33.2, 1985, 29-36

MB188 B.Mukherjee, "The middle way", MDPN 208-213

MB189 T.R.V.Murti, "Introduction", MDPN ix-xxii

MB190 Harsh Narain, "The nature of Madhyamika thought", MDPN 227-256

MB191 Valery P. Androsov, "Teachers' lines of succession in the Nagarjuna school", ICHR 13.1-2, 1986-87, 58-62

MB191.1 Heramba Nath Chatterjee, Shastri, "The concept of liberation according to the Madhyamika school of Buddhism", NBLBS 67-74

MB192 N. Wang Chen, "The superiority of the Prasangika Madhyamika from the point of view of its full understanding of interdependent origination", Pratityasamutpada 315-320

MB192.1 Rita Gupta, "Madhyamika dialectics: search for truth and soterio-logical analysis", NBLBS 47-52

MB193 Mark Macdowell, Comparative Study of Don Juan and Madhyamaka Buddhism: Knowledge and Transformation. Delhi 1986

MB194 Peter della Santina, Madhyamaka Schools in India. Delhi 1986

MB195 Peter della Santina, "The Madhyamaka philosophy", JIP 15, 1987, 173-186

MB196 Peter della Santina, "The Madhyamaka and modern Western philosophy", PEW 36, 1986, 41-54

MB196.5 V.S.Ramachandra Sastri, "Vedanta and Buddhism", VandB 83-86

MB197 Arthur Herman, "Skepticism and Madhyamika: how not to think about things", Philosophica 15-16, 1986-87, 139-161

MB198 Shohei Ichimura, "Sunyata and religious pluralism", BCD 95-114

MB199 Winston L. King, "No-self, no-mind, and emptiness revisited", BCD 155-176

MB200 G.C.Nayak, "Pratitya-samutpada: the Madhyamika approach", Pratityasamutpada 306-314

MB201 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "Does the Madhyamika have a thesis and philosophical position", BLE 229-238

MB201.5 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, The Development of a Buddhist Philosophy of Language and its Culmination in Tibetan Madhyamika Thought. Two volumes. Ph.D.Thesis, U. of Wisconsin 1987; Ann Arbor 1987

MB202 Indra Gupta, "An enquiry into 'real'--the Madhyamika way", JDBSDU 11.1, 1987, 97-103

MB203 Jeffrey Hopkins, "Response to Matthew Kapstein's review of Meditation on Emptiness", PEW 37, 1987, 338-340

MB204 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Madhyamika", The Encyclopedia of Religion (ed. M. Eliade et al.), Volume 9. New York 1987, 71-77

MB204.5 Ming-Woo Liu, "Seng-chao and the Madhyamika way of refutation", JCP 14, 1987, 97-110

MB205 Donald S. Lopez, Study of Svatantrika. New York 1987; Ithaca 1988-89

MB206 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Madhyamika", ABORI 68, 1987, 215-224

MB207 Hosaku Matsuo, The Logic of Unity. The Discovery of Zero and Emptiness in . Translated by K.K.Inada. Albany, N.Y. 1987

MB207.5 G. C. Nayak, "Illumination through analysis: a study in Vedantic conception vis-a-vis the Madhyamika", GCNPR 1, 1987, 1-14. Reprinted GCNPR 2, 1-17

MB208 M.A.Cherian, Advaita Vedanta and Madhyamika Buddhism: Eastern Religions in Western Thought. Broadstairs 1988

MB209 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "The Prasangikas' views on logic--Tibetan dGe Lugs Pa exegesis and the question of svatantras", JIP 16, 1988, 217-224

MB210 Peter Fenner, "A therapeutic contextualizing of Buddhist Madhyamika consequential analysis", RCT 319-352

MB211 Rita Gupta, "Some remarks on early Buddhist and Madhyamika conceptions of nirvana", VJP 24.2-25.1, 1988, 38-44

MB212 Shohei Ichimura, "On the dialectical meaning of differentiation in terms of maya-drstanta in the Indian and Chinese Madhyamikas", JIBSt 36.2, 1988, 9-15

MB213 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Transfer and transformation of merits in relation to emptiness", in Selected Papers of Prof. Y. Kajiyama (1988), 1-20. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 1-20

MB214 Donald S. Lopez, Jr., "Do sravakas understand emptiness?", JIP 16, 1988, 65-105

MB216 Bhikkhu Pasadika, "The Indian origins of the Lam-rim of Central Asia", TJ 13.1, 1988, 3-11

MB217 Olle Qvarnstrom, "Space and substance. A theme in Madhyamika-Vedanta polemics", SCEAR 1, 1988

MB217.5 Helmut Täuscher, "Paramartha as an object of cognition--paryaya- and aparyaya-paramartha in Svatantrika Madhyamaka", Tibetan Studies 4.2, 1988, 483-490

MB217.7 Valerie P. Androssov, "Kinds of textual activity in the early Madhyamaka", Buddhists for Peace. Journal of the Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace 11 (1), 1989, 20-24

MB218 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, "A note on svabhava in Madhyamika", IJBS 1.2, 1989, 1-3

MB219 Brian Galloway, "Some logical issues in Madhyamika thought", JIP 17, 1989, 1-36

MB219.1 Christoher Ives, "Emptiness: soteriology and ethics in Mahayana Buddhism", with comments by Francis H. Cook, Stephen T. Davis and John Hick, in Concepts of the Ultimate (ed. Linda J. Tessier) (London 1989)

MB220 Victor Mansfield, "Madhyamika Buddhism and quantum mechanics: beginning a dialogue", IPQ 29, 1989, 371-392

MB221 Gadjin Nagao, The Foundational Standpoint of Madhyamika Philosophy. Translated by John P. Keenan. Delhi 1989

MB221.1 David Seyfort Ruegg, "On pramana theory in Tson kha Pa's Madhyamaka philosophy", StBudEp 281-310

MB221.2 Heramba Chatterjee Shastri, "Madhyamikamata: Some deliberations on the same", JDPaliUC 5, 1989-90, 12-16

MB222 Jay L. Garfield, "Epoché and sunyata: skepticism East and West", PEW 40, 1990, 285-308

MB222.1 Rita Gupta, "Madhyamika interpretation of the doctrine of pratityasamutpada", EDOM 1990, 95-115

MB223 Victor Mansfield, "Relativity in Madhyamika Buddhism and modern physics", PEW 40, 1990, 59-72

MB224 Ian Charles Harris, The Continuity of Madhyamaka and Yogacara in Indian Mahayana Buddhism. Leiden 1991

MB225 Shohei Ichimura, "The Sino-Indian trans-cultural method of Madhyamika dialectic: Nagarjuna to Seng-chao to Chi-ts'ang", BHIA 239-266

MB226 Karen Christina Lang, "sPa tshab Nyi ma grags and the introduction of Prasangika Madhyamaka into Tibet", BHIA 267-281

MB227 Kenneth Liberman, "The grammatology of emptiness: postmodernism, the Madhyamaka dialectic, and the limits of text", IPQ 31, 1991, 435-448

MB228 Paul Williams, "On the interpretation of Madhyamaka thought", JIP 19, 1991, 191-218

MB229 Arun Balasubramanian, "Explaining strange parallels: the case of quantum mechanics and Madhyamika Buddhism", IPQ 32, 1991, 205-224

MB229.5 Gelegjanstyn Lubsantseren, "Some remarks on Madhyamaka doctrine (sunyavada)", Tibetan Studies 5.1, 1992, 181-182

MB229.6 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Is prasasanga a form of deconstruction?", JIP 20-, 1992, 345-362. Reprinted CEBKM 255-271

MB229.8 T.R.Sharma, "Analysis of word and meaning in Madhyamaka philosophy", ITaur 17-18, 1991-92, 311-332

MB229.9 T.R.Sharma, "The relation between pratityasamutpada and sunyata", SSV 186-191

MB230 Yesha Thapkhay, "The four assertions: interpretations of difficult points in Prasangika Madhyamika". TJ 17.1, 1992, 3-35

MB230.2 Piotr Balcerowicz, "Formal analysis of catuskoti–a Buddhist anticipation of multiple-valued logic?", CracowIS 1 (1992-1993), 27-44

MB230.3 B.N.Chaudhury, "Some aspects of Madhyamika thought in Pali literature", SMT 77-84

MB230.3.5 M.V.Cherian, Suksmadvaita; an Interpretation of Advaita Vedanta, and Madhyamika Buddhism. Broadstairs 1993

MB230.4 Lama Chinpa, "The basic theory of sunyata", SMT 45-56

MB230.5 N. K. Devaraja, "Madhyamika metaphysics and the Bodhisattva ideal: interpretation and commentary", SMT 71-76

MB230.6 Biamalendra Kumar, "Causal relations in Madhyamika thought", SMT 172-178

MB230.6.5 David Loy, "Buddhist deconstruction: Madhyamika's critique of Derrida", BSPF 31-33

MB230.7 K. K. Mittal, "Madhyamika (Sunyavada)", SMT 11-32

MB231 Hajime Nakamura, "Interpretation de l'experience mystique:, AS 48, 1993, 599-608

MB231.000 Karikeya C. Patel, "The problem of conceptual transcendence in Buddhism", BSPF 42-45

MB231.00 Om Prakash Pathak, "Concept of sunyata", SMT 196-200

MB231.01 S.K.Pathak, "Mahamudra sadhana to attain sunyata", SMT 124-138

MB231.02 H. S. Prasad, "Time and temporality in relation to the Madhyamika sunyata", SMT 179-183

MB231.02.5 H. Walednfels, "Can sunyata be shared? Religious experience in dialogue", OSRE 203-214

MB231.03 N. S. S. Raman, "Critical remarks on the materials and methods for the study of Madhyamika Buddhism", SMT 45-56

MB231.0 Antonio Rigpoulos, "The avyakatani and the catuskoti form in Pali Sutta Pitaka 2", EAW 43, 1993, 115-140

MB231.0.1 Heramba Chatterjee Shastri, "Sunyata of the Madhyamika--does it stand the test of criticism?", SMT 112-123

MB231.0.2 T. R. Sharma, "The contribution of the Madhyamika philosophy to the world culture", SMT 187-190

MB231.1 Musashi Tachikawa, "The Madhyamika tradition", BudSp 188-202

MB231.2 Nathmal Tatia, "Sunyavada--the Madhyamika thought", SMT 1-6

MB231.3 Amarnath Thakur, "Sunyavada thinkers: a historical appraisal", SMT 157-171

MB232 Colin Dean, "Analysis and insight in Madhyamika Buddhism", IndPQ 21, 1994, 347-353

MB232.1 A. L. Herman, "Madhyamika Buddhism and the problems of alienation, self-transformation, and the environment", ATS 19, 1994, 199-219

MB233 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "Pramanabhuta, pramana(bhuta)-purusa, pratyaksadharman and saksatkrtadharman as epithets of the rsi, acarya and tathagata in grammatical, epistemological and Madhyamaka texts", BSOAS 57.2, 1994, 283-302

MB233.5 Peter G. Fenner, Reasoning into Reality: a System-Cybernetics Model and Therapeutic Interpretation of Buddhist Middle-path Analysis. Boston 1995

MB234 Musashi Tacghikawa, "Svabhava and sunyata", JIBSt 43.2, 1995, 26-32

MB235.Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti. On Voidness: A Study of Buddhist Nihilism. Delhi 1995

MB236 Geshe Palden Drogpa, "The four theses of negation of Prasangika Madhyamika", ITMS 1996, 15-30

MB237 Jay L. Garfield, "Emptiness and positionlessness: do the Madhyamika relinquish all views?", JIPR 1, 1996, 1-34

MB237.1 Raghunath Giri, "Philosophy of Madhyamika and other schools of Indian philosophy", ITMS 1996, 62-81

MB237.7 D.K.Mohanta and (Mrs.) S. Dasgupta, "Levels of truth in Madhyamaka with a note on Advaita Vedanta", JIAP 35, 1996, 58-65

MB238 Claus Oetke, "Gleichaltung und Kontinuität im Mahayana Buddhismus", WZKSOA 46, 1996, 161-222

MB239 Claus Oetke, "'Nihilist' and 'non-nihilist' interpretations of Madhyamika", ActOD 57, 1996, 57-104

MB239.5 Pabitra Kjmar Roy, "T.R.V.Murti: philosophy as prajnaparamita", JIAP 35, 1996, 20-27

MB240 Geshe Yeshe Thapke, "The four affirmative theses of Prasangika Madhyamaka", ITMS 1996, 31-61

MB247 Mahseh Mehta, "Satyadvaya in Madhyamaka and Advaita", JOI 47, 1997, 43-48

MB249 Seitetsu Moriyama, "Tson kha pa's analysis of self-cognition (svasamvedana) and the Madhyamika philosophy", Tibetan Studies 7.2, 1997, 639-646

MB250 Harsh Narain, The Madhyamika Mind. Delhi 1997

MB253 Amelia Pezzali, "La scuole madhyamika ai suoi albori", Bandhu, Studi in onore di Carlo Della Casa (Alessandria 1997), 319-328

MB260 Mark Siderits, "Distinguishing the Madhyamika from the Advaitin: a field guide", EssInP 129-144

MB261 G.C.Nayak, "Some aspects of the philosophical enterprise in the Madhyamaka Buddhist thought and Ludwig Wittgenstein--a comparative and critical study", JJP 10.1, 1998, 13-26

MB261.5 Paul Williams, The Reflexive Nature of Awareness: a Tibetan Madhyamaka Defense. Surrey 1998, 2000

MB262 M.A.Cherian, Suksmadvaita. An Interpretation of Advaita Vedanta and Madhyamaka Buddhism. 8th edition. Broadstairs, Kent, U.K. 1999

MB263 Malcolm David Eckel, "The concept of the ultimate in Madhyamaka thought", SoundLT 84-100. Response by Bonnie Thurston, pp. 101-104.

MB265 Gen Lamrimpa (Lobsang Jampal Tenzin), Realizing Emptiness: the Madhyamaka Cultivation of Insight. Translated by B. Alan Wallace. Edited by Ellen Pssman. Ithaca, N.Y. 1999

MB267 Christian Lindtner, "Magnanimity of Madhyamaka", CandC 32, 1999, 125-148

MB268 Victor Mansfield, "Time in Madhyamika Buddhism and modern physics", WFBR 36.4, 1999, 19-30

MB 270 Amalia Pezzali, "The tenet of the Madhyamika school: an evolution", IJBS 10, 1999, 1-17

MB279 Helmut Tauscher, "Die zwei Wirklilchkeiten", BGG 93-110

MB280 Geshe Thubten Ngawang (tr. Christof Spiz), "Die zwei Wahrheiten", BGG 81-92

MB281 Luis O. Gomez, "Two jars on two tables reflections on the 'two truths'", WCSU 95-136

MB281.5 G.C.Nayak, "Dharma and its transcendency as a value of Indian thought, and its culmination in Madhyamaka and Chan Buddhism", QJMS 91, 2000, 49-64. Reprinted in GCNPR 2, 175-190

MB 282 David Seyfort Ruegg, Studies in Indian and Tibetan Madhyamaka Thought. WSTB 50, 2000

MB286 Mark Siderits, "Madhyamaka on naturalized epistemology", ConK 262-276. Also RBJP 7, 2001, 39-52

MB288 G. Vedaprayana, "The Madhyamika understanding of the middle way as emptiness", Sankaran 170-183

MB288.5 Ludovic Viévard, "La vacuité et sa valeur instrumentale", JA 288 (2), 2000, 411-429

MB291Douglas L. Berger, "The special meaning of the middle way: the Madhyamika critique of Indian ontologies of identity and difference", JD 26, 2001, 282-310

MB292 David Burton, "Is Madhyamaka Buddhism the middle way?", ContB 2, 2001, 177-190

MB292.5 Daniel Anderson Arnold, Mimamsakas and Madhyamikas against the Buddhist Epistemologists: A Comparative Study of Two Indian Answers to the Questio of Justification. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Chicago 2002

MB293 David E. Cooper, "Emptiness: interpretation and metaphor", ContB 3, 2002, 7-20

MB293.5 D. J. Kalupahana, "Madhyamika system", EnBud 6, 2002, 378-380

MB294 G.C.Nayak, Madhyamika Sunyata: a Reappraisal. New Delhi 2002

MB295 Roy W. Perrett, "Personal identity, minimalism, and Madhyamaka", PEW 52, 2002, 373-385

MB296 James Kenneth Powell II, "Toward a Madhyamika historiography: Buddhist non-essentialism and the study of religion", ContB 3, 2002, 81-92

MB298 Yajneshwar S. Shastri, "Madhyamika's theory of error in comparison with anyakhyati of Suddhadvaita school", AnyaV 125-142; also Sambodhi 25, 2002, 45-55

MB300 Vijay Kumar Singh, "The theory of void and dependent origination", NBWGJ 117-128

MB300.5 Ludovic Vievard, "Vacuité (Sunyata) et compassion (karuna) dans le bouddhisme madhyamaka", Publications de l'Institute de civilisation indienne, fasc 70., College de France, Paris, 2002

MB301 Michel Bithol, "A current metaphysical illusion: Kamt. qiamti, ,eachanics, and Madhyamaka”, BudandS

MB302 Dommetti Satyanarayana Bodhi, "The philosophy of Madhyamika", AN 50-54

MB303 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "Two views on the Svatantrika-Prasangika distinction in 14th-century Tibet", SPD 289-316

MB305 Georges B. Dreyfus, "Would the true Prasangika please stand? The case and views of 'Ji Mi pham", SPD 317-347

MB307 Malcolm David Eckel, "The satisfaction of no analysis: on Tsong kha pa's approach to Svatantrika Madhyamaka", SPD 173-205

MB310 Helmut Krasser, "On the ascertainment of validity in the Buddhist epistemological tradition", JIP 31, 2003, 161-184

MB310.5 Victor Mansfield, "Time and impermanence in Middle Way Buddhism and modern physics”, BudandS

MB311 Kaie Mochizuki, "Are the Madhyamikas sunyatavadins?", TMSR 209-224

MB312 Claus Oetke, "Some remarks on theses and philosophical positions in early Madhyamaka", JIP 31, 2003, 449-478

MB313 Graham Priest, "Between the Lions of idealism and realism: the middle way of Madhyamaka”, CompBP

MB312.5 Akira Saito, "Recent controversy on the origins and reality of Madhyamika Buddhism", TICOJ 48, 2003, 85 (summary)

MB313 Mark Siderits, "On the soteriological significance of emptiness", CB 4, 2003, 9-24

MB314 Helmut Tauscher, "Phya pa choos kyi seng as a Svatantrika", SPD 207-256

MB315 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Metaphysics for Madhyamikas", SPD 93-124

MB317 Kodo Yotsuya, "Prasangika interpetation of the Madhyamak theory of freedom from two extreme positions", TMSR 239-248

MB318 Roger R. Jackson, "Sunyata (emptiness)", EnB 2, 2004, 809-810

MB319 Lewis Lancaster, "Prajnaparamita literature", EnB 2, 2004, 666-667

MB319.2 Karen Lang, "Madhyamaka school", EnB 2, 2004, 479-485

MB320 Don S. Levi, "The root delusion enshrined in common sense and language", AsPOxford 14, 2004, 3-24

MB322 Naomi Sato, "Some aspects ofthe cult of Aksobhya in Mahayana scriptures", JIBSt 52.2, 2004, 18-73

MB323 Mark Siderits, "Causation and emptiness in early Madhyamaka", JIP 32, 2004, 393-419

MB325 Sonam Thakchae, "How many truths? Are the two truths one in the Tibetan Prasangika Madhyamaka?", ContB 5, 2004, 121-142

MB330 Dan Arnold, "A philosophical grammar for the study of Madhyamaka", BBB 117-142

MB340 Mark Siderits in EnP 1, 740-746

MB342 Michel Bitbol, "The co-emergence of the knower and the known: a comparison between Madhyamaka and Kant's epistemology", BTMPR 122-248

MB343 Zong-gi Cui, "Derrida and Madhyamika Buddhist theories of deconstruction", BandD 47-62

MB345 Mayumi Nasu, "On the interpretation of svabhava in middle period Madhyamaka", JIBSt 54.3, 2006, 232-233

MB347 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "The Svatantrika-Prasangika distinction in the histroy of Madhyamaka thought", IIJ 49, 2006, 319-346

MB348 C. D. Sebastian, "Metaphysics, metalanguage and A.K.Chatterjee: a Madhyamika critique", IndPQ 33, 2006, 1-13

MB350 Mathew Verrghese, "Buddhist view on economic freedom: a re-evaluation based on the Madhyamika dialectics", ITaur 32-33, 2006, 251-280

MB351 Aiswarya Biswas, "Some Madhyamika acaryas in India during the last phase (circa 8th-11th century A.D.)", JDPaliUC 14, 2007, 75-80

MB353 Richard P. Hayes, "Madhyamaka school", EnBuddhism 480-483

MB 355 C. W. Huntington, Jr., "The nature of the Madhyamika trick", JIP 35, 2007, 149-178

MB356 Adrian Kuzminski, "Pyrrhonism and the Madhyamikas, PEW 57, 2007, 482-511

MB357 Joseph S. O'Leary, "From impermanence to emptiness: Madhyamaka and momentariness", EMH 525-549

MB387.5 Jonathan Stultz, "Gettier and factivity in Indo-Tibetan epistemology", PEW 57, 2007, 394-415

MB358 Tom Tillemans, "Trying to be fair to Madhyamaka Buddhism", EMH 507-524

MB360 Jan Westerhoff, "The Madhyamika concept of svabhava: ontological and cognitive aspects", AsPOxford 17, 2007, 17-46

MB362 Heramba Chatterji (Sastri_, "Pratityasamutpada in the Madhyamikaa interpretation of the term", Dharmadesana 167-178

MB363 Jay L. Garfield, "Turning a Madhyamaka trick: reply to Huntington", JIP 36, 2008, 507-527

MB367 Matthew MacKenzie, "Ontological deflationism in Madhyamaka", ContB 9, 2008, 197-208

MB368 Masato Mitsuda, "A mathematical approach to the Madhyamika doctrine of sunyata", JICPR 25.2, 2008, 77-88

MB370 K. Sankaranarayan, "Liberation-enlightenment in Mahayana esoteric Buddhism", Dhammadesana 189-202

MB380 Jay L. Garfield and Graham Priest, "Mountains are just mountains", PATM 71-82

MB385 Peter Paul Kakol, Emptiness and Becoming Integrative: Madhyamika Buddhism and Process Philosophy. New Delhi 2009

MB394 Keiji Tanaka, "A Dharmakirtian critique of Nagarjuniana", PATM 101-114

MB396 Tom J. F. Tillemans, "How do Madhyamakas think? Notes on Jay Garfield, Graham Priest and paraconsistency", PATM 83-100

MB400 Mark Allan and Richard Salomon, "New evidence for Mahayana in early Gandhara", EB 41.1, 2010, 1-22

MB401 Orna Almagi, "Mayopamadvatavada versus Sarvadharmapratisthanavada: a late Indian subclassification of Madhyamaka and its reception in Tibet", JICPBS 14, 2010-, 135-212

MB403 Thomas Doctor, "In pursuit of transparent means of knowledge–the Madhyamaka project of rMa bya Byanchub brtsan 'grus", JIABS 32.1-2, 2009 (2010), 387-418

MB405 Georges Dreyfus and Drongvu Tserin, "Pa tshab and the origin of Prasangika", JHIABS 32.1-2, 2009 (2010), 387-418

MB407 Pascale Hugon and Kevin Voss, "Introduction–unearthing the foundations of Tibetan Buddhist philosophy", JIABS 32.1-2, 2009 (2010), 237-248

MB409 Heidi Koppl, "Ron zom Chos bzan on Mahayoga and Madhyamaka", JIABS 32.1-2, 2009 (2010), 469-482

MB415 Ingo Strauch, "More missing pieces of early Pure Land Buddhism: new evidence for Aksobhya and Abhirati: an early Mahayana sutra from Gandhara", EB 41.1, 2010, 23-66

MB417 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "Wide deken Madhyamikas? Bemerkungen zu Jay Garfield, Graham Priest uns parakonsettenter Logik”, DAA 77-98

MB420 Chizuko Yoshimizu, "Zan Than sag pa on theses (dam ber', pratijna) in Madhyamaka thought", JIABS 32.1-2, 2009 (2010), 443-467

MB423 Bart Dessein, "Time, temporalty, and the characteistic marks of the conditional Sarvastivada and Madhyamaka Buddhistinterpretations”, AsPOxford 21, 2011, 341-360

MB425 Ligeie Lugli, The Cowherds Moonshadows: Conventional Truth in Buddhist Philosophy. New Delhi 2011

MB430 Tom J. F. Tillemans, "Madhyamaka Buddhist ethics", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 359-380

MB431 Georges Dreyfus, "Can a Madhyamika be a skeptic? The case of Patsab Nyimadrak:, Moonshadows 89-114

MB431.1 Georges Dreyfus and Jay L. Garfield, "Madhyamaka and Greek skepticism”, Moonshadows 15-130

MB432 Bronwyn Finnigan and Koji Tanaka, "Carnap’s pragmatism and the two truths”, Moonshadows 181-188

MB432.1 Bronwyn Finnigan and Koji Tanaka, "Ethics for Madhyamikas", Moonshadows 221-230

MB435 Guy Newland and Tom J.F. Tillemans, "An introduction to conventional truth”, Moonshadows 3-22

MB437 Graham Priest, "Two truths: two models”, Moonshadows 213-220

MB437.1 Graham Priest, Mark Siderits, and Tom J.F. Tillemans, "The (two) truths about truth”, Moonshadows 131-150

MB439 Mark Siderits, "Is everything connected to everything else? What the gopis know”, Moonshadows 167-180

MB440 Sonam Thakchoe, "Prasangika’s semantic nominalism: reality as linguistic concept”, JIP 40, 2012, 27-452

MB445 Mark Siderits and Jay L. Garfield, "Defending the semantic interpretation: a reply to Ferraro”, JIP 41, 2013, 655-664

MB450 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "How do Madhyamikas think?” revisited”, PEW 63, 2013, 417-425. Response by Yasuo Daguche, Jay L. Garfield and Graham Priest. PEW 63, 2013, 426-435.

MB450.1 Tom J.F. Tillemans, "How far can a Madhyamika Buddhist reform conventional truth? Dismal relativism, fictionalism, easy-easy truth and the alternatives”, Moonshadows 157-166

MB455 Jan Westerhoff, "The merely conventional existence of the world”, Moonshadows 189-212

MB460 Michael Dorfman, "Putting the Madhyamaka trick in context: a contextualist reading of Huntington’s interpretation of Madhyamaka”, BSR 31, 2014, 91-124

MB465 Ricki Bliss, "On being Humean about the emptiness of causation”, TMPB

MB470 Nicolaus Jones, "Buddhist reductionism and emptiness, in Huayan perspective”, TMPB

MB480 Yao-Ming Tsan, "Language as an instrument of soteriological transformation from the Madhyamaka perspective”, AsPOxford 24, 2014, 330-345

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{B} General Buddhism, especially Mahayana

See a23.1.273.1; 46.1.5; 47.16.134; 48.1.96; 131.1.86, 196B.1.34; 209.0;174.12.14; 198.1.14, 21.2; 221.1:6,17,21,86,89,130,160,161; 235.1.16; 317.1:33,69, 91; 334.1.10.2; 363.1:7,12. 14.1; 363.1.14.1; 363.4.8; 366.1.12.1; 373.1.10; 379.16.42.1; 379.67:33,87,96,240, 243, 447,461,469,472,506,517,551,812; 455.2.35, 35.3; 530.3.8.1; 530.7.3; 565.1.5.1; 582.30.1; 879.1.2; C68.1, 69; J.0, 162.5, 182.1, 348.1, 447.3, 497.00, 498.1.1.1, 518.4, 560.5; 563.5, 577.8, 582.5, 665, 695; AB402.3, 594.6; NV367.1, 599.3; PM184, 250; S299.6, 301.01; Y593; KS185; H2789.5, 3578.0, 3614, 3617, 3618, 3633.7, 3702 b18.16.6; 530.8:4,6; 654.1.6; H3688. d379.67.341. t809.17.10. aJ494.3, 501.1,2, 647; AB10,19,28,109,111,157,184,214; Aj2,12; AV521,561,1069; BL59; C23,49; J0,12,44,59,65,69,103, 134, 146, 173, 189.J9, 200, 211.1, 232, 243, 273, 289, 304, 316, 322, 324, 348, 359, 361, 391, 400, 411; J422, 457, 463, 485, 501.1, 645, 655; KS19; NV327, 377; PM13. S43,54. YB31,32.36.70.

B1 Brian H. Hodgson, Essays on the Languages, Literature and Religion of Nepal and Tibet. London 1828, 1874

B2 Brian H. Hodgson, "Sketch of Buddhism", JRAS 1830, 222-257. Also JASBe 5, 1836: 28, 71

B3 Brian H. Hodgson, "European speculations on Buddhism. Remarks on M. Ramusat's Review of Buddhism", JASBe 3, 1834: 382, 425, 499

B4 Brian H. Hodgson, "Quotations in proof of his sketch of Buddhism", JRAS 5, 1836: 27, 81

B5 Brian H. Hodgson, "Quotations from original Sanskrit authorities in proof and illustration of Mr. Hodgson's sketch of Buddhism", JASBe 5, 1836: 28, 71

B6 A. Csoma de Koros, "Notices on the different systems of Buddhism, extracted from the Tibetan authorities", JASBe 7, 1838, 142-147

B7 E. Burnouf, Introduction à l'histoire des bouddhisme indien. Paris 1844, 1876. Translated into English as Introduction to the History of Indian Buddhismby Katia Buffetrille and Donald S. Lopez Jr., Chicago 2010

B8 Edward E. Salisbury, "Memoire on the history of Buddhism", JAOS 1, 1847, 79-135

B9 Edward E. Salisbury, "M. Burnouf on the history of Buddhism", JAOS 1, 1847, 375-398

B10 S. Julien, "Concordance sinico-samskrite d'un nombre considerable de titres d'ouvrages bouddhiques", JA 14, 1849, 358-446

B11 Robert Spence Hardy, Manual of Buddhism. London 1857

B12 J.B.Saint-Hilaire, "De la morale et de la metaphysique du Bouddhisme", Journal des Savants 1854-55. Reprinted as Du Bouddhisme (Paris 1855)

B13 F. Max Muller, The Meaning of Nirvana. London 1857

B14 W.Wassiljew, Der buddhismus, seine Dogmen, Geschichte, und Literature (in Russian 1857). Translated into German by A. Schiefner, Leipzig 1860. Translated into French 1865

B15 Taranatha, History of Buddhism in India. Translated into Russian by W. Vassilieff. Introduction translated into German by A. Schiefner, St. Petersburg 1869. Translated by Ghoshal and Dutt, IHQ 4, 1928 - 10, 1934

B16 A. Bastian, Die Weltauffasung der Buddhisten. Berlin 1870

B17 Schoebel et al., "Sur le nirvana bouddhique", CIDO 1, 1873, part 2, 424 ff.

B18 A. Bastian, "Die Verkettungstherien der Buddhisten", ZDMG 29, 1876, 53-75

B19 T.W.Rhys Davids, "On nirvana, and on the Buddhist doctrines of the 'groups', the samskaras, karma and the 'paths'", Contemporary Review 29, 1877, 249-270

B20 Adolf Bastian, "Über die Psychologie des Buddhismus", CIDO 5.2, 1881, Ostasiatische section 10-12

B21 Rajendralala Mitra, The Sanskrit Buddhist Literature of Nepal. Calcutta 1882

B22 Sarat Chandra Das, "Detached notices of the different Buddhist schools of Tibet", JASBe 51, 1882, 121-128

B23 J. Edkins, "The nirvana of the northern Buddhists", JRAS 13, 1881, 59-79

B24 M.M.Kunte, "Nirvana", JRASCB 7, 1882, 163-180

B24.2 Adolf Bastian, Der Buddhismus in siner Psychologie. Berlin 1882

B24.5 Adolf Bastian, Religions-Philosophische Problem auf dem Forschungsfelde buddhistischer Psychologie und der vergleichenden Mythologie. Berlin 1884.

B25 Samuel Beal (tr.), Si-yu-ki. Buddhist Records of the Western World. Two volumes. London 1884

B26 F.G.Ayuso, El Nirvana buddhista en sus relaciones con otros sistemas filosoficos. Madrid 1885

B27 Dharmasamgraha, edited by K.Kasawara, F. Max Muller and H. Wenzel. AnO 5, 1885, 1-83

B28 M. Monier-Williams, "On Buddhism in its relation to Brahmanism", JRAS 18, 1886, 127-156

B29 Henri Leon Feer, "De l'importance des actes de la pensée dans le Bouddhisme", RHR 18, 1888, 297-319

B30 I. Minayev, Der Buddhismus: Untersüchungen und Materialien (in Russian). St. Petersburg 1887

B31 I. Minayev, "The Buddhists' view of the world" (in Russian). Sap 1.3, 1888, 203-207

B32 M. Monier-Williams, Buddhism. New York 1889

B33 A.Chaboseau, Essai sur la philosophie bouddhique. Paris 1891, 1946

B34 Sylvain Levi, "Le bouddhisme et les Grecs", RHR 23, 1891, 36-49. Reprinted MSylL 204-213

B35 I.P.Minayev, "Release in the later Buddhist schools" (in Russian). Sap 4, 1891, 153-228

B36 I.P.Minayev, "Materials and notices on Buddhism" (in Russian). Sap 6, 1892, 332-334

B37 T.W.Rhys Davids, "Schools of Buddhist belief", JRAS 1892, 1-38

B38 Adolf Bastian, Der buddhismus als religions-philosophisches System. Berlin 1893

B39 Paul Carus, "Karma and nirvana: are the Buddhist doctrines nihilistic?", Mon 1893-94, 417-439

B40 Th. Schultze, Vedanta und Buddhismus. Leipzig 1893

B41 Paul Carus, "Immortality and the Buddhist soul-conception", OC 8, 1894, 4259-4261

B42 Dharmapala, "Buddhists on the law of karma", OC 8, 1894, 4261 ff.

B42.1 S.T.Krishnamacharya, "On the doctrines of transmigration and ekotibhava according to Brahmanism and Buddhism", Journal of Buddhist Text and Anthropological Society 2.1, 1894, 7-8

B43 I.P.Minayev, Recherches sur le Bouddhisme. AMG 4, 1894

B44 Sarat Chandra Das, "Buddhist ontology and nirvana", ARL n.s. 10, 1895, 123-127

B45 Sarat Chandra Das, "A sketch of Buddhist ontology and the doctrine of nirvana in the Mahayana school of Tibet", JBTSI 3.1, 1895, 11-15. Also Asiatic Quarterly Review 2.10, 1895, 123-126

B45.5 Ernst Diestel, Buddhismus und Christentum. Braunshcweig 1895

B46 Paul Carus, "The philosophy of Buddhism", Mon 7, 1896-97, 255-286. Also MB 33, 1925, 301, 372

B46.5 Joseph Dahlmann, Nirvana: eine Studie zur Vorgeschichte des Buddhismus. Berlin 1896

B47 Hermann Jacobi, "Ursprung des Buddhismus aus dem Samkhya-Yoga", NKGWG 1896, 43-58. Reprinted HJKS 31-321

B48 H. Kern, Manual of Indian Buddhism. Strasburg 1896; Varanasi 1968; Delhi 1974

B49 T.W.Rhys Davids, Buddhism. New York 1896

B50 Charles de Harlez, "Vocabulaire bouddhique Sanscrit- Chinois. Précis de doctrine bouddhique", TP 8, 1897, 129-l54

B51 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "The Buddhist 'wheel of life' from a new source", JRAS 1897, 463-470

B52 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, "On the culture of the will", CIDO 11, 1897 (section arienne) 143-144

B53 T.W.Rhys Davids, History of Indian Buddhism. London 1897

B54 Cecil Bendall, "The St. Petersburg Series of Buddhist texts", JRAS 1898, 226-228

B54.5 Robert Falke, Christentu und Buddhismus: ein Vortrag. Berlin 1898

B55 Hermann Jacobi, "Über der Verhältnis der buddhistischen Philosophen zum Samkhya-Yoga und die Bedeutung der nidanas", ZDMG 52, 1898, 1-15

B56 Hermann Oldenberg, "Buddhistische Studien", ZDMG 52, 1898, 613-694. Reprinted HOKS 2, 889-970

B57 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Vedanta et Bouddhisme", C.R. du IVe Congres Scientifique du Catholicisme. Bruxelles 1898, Part l, 415-418

B58 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, "On the will in Buddhism", JRAS 1898, 47-60

B59 Satischandra Vidyabhusana, "Nirvana", JBTSI 6.l-2, 1898, 22-43

B60 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Bouddhisme: notes et bibliographie", LM 1899: 97, 221

B61 Satischandra Vidyabhusana, "Pratityasamutpada", JBTSI 7.1, 1899, 1-19

B61.2 Adolf Bastian, Culturhistorische Studien unter Ruckbeziehung auf den Buddhismus. Berlin 1900

B61.5 Carlo Formichi, Apologie du Bouddhisme. Paris 1900; Roma 1923, 1925. Translated into Spanish, Buenos Aires 1976

B62 Emile Senart, "Bouddhisme et Yoga", RHR 42, 1900, 345-363. Also ICHR 1, 1900, 75-94

B63 Satischandra Vidyabhusana, "Mahayana and Hinayana", JRAS 1900, 29-42

B64 Victor Henry, "Bouddhisme et positivisme", ICHR Paris 1901. Also RHR 43, 1902, 314-324

B65 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Buddhist sutras quoted by Brahmin authors", JRAS 1901, 307-309

B66 Louis de la Vallee Poussin and F.W.Thomas, "Le Bouddhisme d'aprés les sources brahmaniques. Note préliminaire", LM n.s. 2, 1901 - 3, 1902

B67 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "On the authority (pramanya) of the Buddhist Agamas", JRAS 1902, 363-376

B68 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Dogmatique bouddhique. La negation de l'ame et la doctrine de l'acte", JA 1902 - 1903

B68.1 Paul Dahlke, Aufsatze zum verstandnis der Buddhismus. Berlin 1903

B69 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, "The soul-theory in Buddhism", JRAS 1903, 587-591

B70 Goblet d'Alvilla, "Notes bibliographiques", BCLS 1904, 374-383

B71 Albert J. Edmunds, "Dolden, or pre-existence?", Buddhism 1.4, 1904, 636-638

B72 Carolyn A.F. Rhys Davids, "Samtana-hypothesis in Buddhism", JRAS 1904, 370-371

B73 O. Schrader, "Nirvana", JPTS 14, 1904-05, 157-170

B74 Th. Stcherbatsky, "Rapports entre la théorie bouddhique de la connaissance et l'enseignment des autre écoles philosophiques de l'Inde", LM n.s. 5, 1904, 129-171

B75 J.Takakusu, "K'ueichi's version of a controversy between the Buddhist and the Samkhya philosophers", TP series 25, 1904, 461-466

B76 C.Authappayi, "Is the self an illusion?", Malabar Quarterly Review 4, 1905, 144-153

B76.1 J. Estlin Carpenter, "Some points still obscure in the Buddhist doctrine of the self", ICHR 2, 1905, 286-287

B77 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Deux notes sur le pratityasamutpada", CIDO 14, 1905, 193-203

B78 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Dogmatique bouddhique. Les soixante-quinze et les cent dharmas", LM n.s. 6, 1905, 178-194

B79 Th. Stcherbatsky, "Notes de littérature boudhique", LM n.s. 6, 1905***, 144-153

B80 Paul Dahlke, "Auch etwas über Wiedergeburt", Die Buddhist 2, 1906-10, 7-12

B81 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Studies in Buddhist dogma: the three bodies of a Buddha (trikaya)", JRAS 1906, 943-977

B81.1 S. Shaku, "Buddhist conception of death", OC 21, 1907, 202-205

B82 D.T.Suzuki, Outlines of Mahayana Philosophy. London 1907

B83 Paul Dahlke, Buddhist Essays. Translated from German by Bhikkhu Silacara. London 1908

B84 V.J.Kitrikar, "Mahayana Buddhism", IR 9, 1908: 101, 193

B85 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Faith and reason in Buddhism", ICHR 3, Oxford 1908, volume 2, 32-43

B86 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Knowledge and intuition in Buddhism", ICHR 3, Oxford 1908, volume 2, 43 ff.

B87 R.G.Corbet, "The kernel of Buddhism", ARL 3d series 28, 1909, 338-346

B88 F.Greenly, "Cause and effect in Buddhist ethic", BR 1, 1909, 278-288

B88.5 Sylvain Levi, "Les Saints écriture du Bouddhisme", AMG 1908-09, 105-129. Translated into Spanish by F. Tola and C. Dragonetti, REB 3, 1992, 119-139

B89 B.Nauth, "The mystery of rebirth", BR 1, 1909, 88-99

B90 Paul Oltramare, La formule bouddhique des douze causes. Geneva 1909

B91 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, Bouddhisme: Opinions sur l'histoire de la dogmatique. Paris 1909, 1923, 1925

B92 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Buddhist notes: Vedanta and Buddhism", JRAS 1909, 129-140

B93 G.R.S.Mead, "Spiritual reality in progressive Buddhism", Qu 2, 1910-11, 692-714

B94 R.Gauthier, "Quelques terms techniques bouddhiques et manichéens", JA 1911, 49-68

B95 S.Kanda, "Buddhism and the doctrine of the soul", BR 3, 1911, 279-292

B96 G.R.S.Mead, "The ideal life in progressive Buddhism", Qu 3, 1911-12, 270-289

B97 G.R.S.Mead, "Some features of Buddhist psychology", Qu 3, 1911-12, 655-687

B98 E.J.Mills, "Knowledge and ignorance", BR 3, 1911, 172-180

B98.5 Paul Dahlke, Buddhismus als Weltanschauung. Munchen 1912, 1920, 1923, 1929

B99 E.J.Mills, "Physical counterpart of nibbana", BR 4, 1912, 56-58

B100 A.Costa, Filosofia e Buddhismo. Torino 1913

B101 P.Dahlke, Buddhism and Science. Translated from German by Bhikkhu Silacara. London 1913

B102 Charles Dias, "Matter in Buddhist philosophy", MB 21, 1913, 212-221

B103 Charles Dias, "Mind in Buddhist philosophy", MB 31, 1913, 241-251

B104 A.Fisher, "The soul", BR 5, 1913, 257-267

B105 F.Greenly, "Bearing of Buddhism upon free will and determinism", BR 5, 1913, 16-24

B106 S.Hewavitarne, "Psychology and philosophy of Buddhism", BR 5, 1913, 24-31

B107 Paul Masson-Oursel, "Les trois corps du Bouddha", JA 1913, 581-618

B108 Nyanatiloka, "Dependent origination", BR 5, 1913, 267-272

B109 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Théorie des douze causes", RUG 40, 1913

B110 Ledy Sadaw, "Some points in Buddhist doctrine", JPTS 1913-14, 115-164

B111 E.J.Mills, "Reality", BR 6, 1914, 2-13

B111.5 Paul Dahlke, Buddhismus als Religion und Moral. Leipzig 1914; Munchen-Neubiberg 1923

B112 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Notes bouddhiques", LM n.s. 15, 1914, 3-48

B113 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, Buddhist Psychology. London 1914

B114 E.J.Thomas, "The basis of Buddhist ethics", Qu 6, l914-15, 339-347

B115 Paul Masson-Oursel, Essai d'interpretation de la théorie bouddhique des douze conditions. Paris 1915

B116 Paul Oltramare, "Un probléme de l'ontologie bouddhique: l'existence ultra-phénoménale", LM 33, 1915, 3-23

B117 W.W.Strickland, "Note on the illusion of the ego", BR 7, 1915, 212-214

B118 A.K.Coomaraswamy, Buddha and the Gospel of Buddhism. London 1916; New York 1964

B119 Ernst Windisch, "Brahmischer Einfluss in Buddhismus", Kuhn 1-13

B120 B.M.Barua, "Karma and causation", BR 9, 1917, 30-35

B121 A.C.Pereira, "An elucidation of kamma", BR 9, 1917, 54-72

B122 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "The Buddhist principle of change", Qu 9, 1917-18, 1-24

B123 Hakuju Ui, "The Mahayanist view of Buddha", BR 9, 1917, 26-29

B124 S.Z.Aung, "Buddhism and science", JBurmaRS 8, 1918, 99-106

B125 S.Z.Aung, "Dialogue on nibbana", JBurmaRS 8, 1918, 233-254

B126 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "A first lesson in Buddhist philosophy", Qu 10, 1918-19, 1-17

B126.5 Anagarika Dhammapala, Buddhism in its Relationship with Hinduism. Calcutta 1918

B127.7 Friedrich Heiler, Die buddhistischen Versenkung eine religionsgeschichteliche Untersuchung. Munchen 1918

B127 D.N.Sen, "Buddhism and Vedantism: a parallel", JBRS 4, 1918, 136-143

B128 W.McGovern, "Notes on Mahayana Buddhism", Mon 29, 1919: 238, 381

B129 Silacara, "Concerning nibbana", JBurmaRS 9, 1919, 125-128

B130 M.N.Tolani, "A misconception about Buddhism", JIIP 2.3, 1919, 34-42

B131 K.M.Ward, "Anatta: the doctrine of 'no ego'", JBurmaRS 9, 1919, 97-102

B132 J.Woodroffe, "Shakti: the world as power", Qu 11, 1919-20 - 12, 1921-22

B133 W.Bohn, "Sein und werden", ZBVG 2, 1920, 250-259

B134 W.Bohn, "Buddhismus und Materialismus", ZBVG 2, 1920, 41-46

B135 R.Kimura, The Original and Developed Doctrine of Indian Buddhism. Calcutta 1920; Delhi 1998

B135.1 Ryukan Kimura, "Shifting of the centre of Buddhism in India", JDL 1, 1920, 12-47

B136 O.J.Gardner, "Conception of nirvana", HR 41, 1920, 165-178

B137 W.Bohn, Die Psychologie und Ethik des Buddhismus. Munchen 1921

B137.5 Anagarika Dhammapala, The Psychology of Progress, or, the Thirty-Seven principles of Bodhi. Calcutta 1921, 1926

B138 R.Kimura, "What is Buddhism?", JDL 4, 1921, 135-208

B139 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "The Buddhist doctrine of rebirth", Qu 13, 1921-22, 303-322

B140 Stanislas Schayer, "Vorbeiten zur Geschichte der mahayanistischen Erlösungslehren", ZBVG 3, 1921: 235, 334. Translated by Knight as Mahayana Doctrine of Salvation, London 1923

B141 Hakuju Ui, "On the development of Buddhism in India", EB 1, 1921, 308-315

B142 Chizen Akanuma, "On the triple body of the Buddha", EB 2, 1922, 1-29

B143 Nalinaksha Bhattacharya, "Buddhistic philosophy", MB 31, 1923, 201-210

B143.5 Joseph Estlin Carpenter, Buddhism and Christianity: a Contrast and Parallel. London 1923

B144 Arthur Berriedale Keith, Buddhist Philosophy in India and Ceylon. Oxford 1923. Reprinted as ChSSt 26, 1963

B144.1 B.C.Law, The Buddhist Conception of Spirit. Calcutta 1923; London 1936; Varanasi 1974. Pp. 163-168 reprinted ETB 299-306

B145 W.McGovern, Manual of Buddhist Philosophy I.Cosmology. London 1923. Pp. 43-48 reprined ETB 433-440

B146 Nyanatiloka, "Das nirvana", ZBVG 5, 1923-24, 100-116

B147 Paul Oltramare, L'histoire des idées théosophiques dans l'Inde. Volume II: Buddhism. AMG 31, 1923

B148 D.N.Sen, "Nirvanam", JBRS 9, 1923, 324-346

B149 D.T.Suzuki, "Enlightenment and ignorance", EB 3, 1923, 1-31

B150 H. Bailleau, Le Bouddhisme dans l'Inde. Hong Kong 1924

B151 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Remarques sur le nirvana", Studia Catholica 1924, part l, 25-43

B151.1 Paul Dahlke, Das Bedeutung des Buddhismus fur unserer Zeit. Munchen 1924

B152 Anagarika Dharmapala, "Buddhist philosophy", MB 32, 1924, 101-104

B153 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Buddhism and the negative", JPTS 1924-27, 237-250

B154 M.Anesaki and J.Takakusu, "Dhyana", ERE 4, 1925, 702-704

B155 M. Anesaki, "Docetism (Buddhist)", ERE 4, 1925, 835-840

B156 Masaharu Anesaki, "Ethics and morality (Buddhist)", ERE 5, 1925, 447-455

B157 Masaharu Anesaki, "Tathagata", ERE 11, 1925, 202-204

B158 Masaharu Anesaki, "Transmigration (Buddhist)", ERE 11, 1925, 429-430

B159 A.S.Geden, "Fate (Buddhist)", ERE 5, 1925, 780-782

B160 Bimala Charan Law, Heaven and Hell in Buddhist Perspective. Calcutta 1925

B161 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, Nirvana. Paris 1925

B162 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Notes on Buddhism", IHQ 1, 1925, 369 ff.

B163 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Cosmogony and cosmology (Buddhist)", ERE 4, 1925, 129-138

B164 Louis de la Vallee Poussin and E.J.Thomas, "Mysticism (Buddhist)", ERE 9, 1925, 85-87

B165 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Nihilism (Buddhist)", ERE 9, 1925, 372-373

B166 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Nirvana", ERE 9, 1925, 376-379

B167 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Philosophy (Buddhist)", ERE 9, 1925, 846-853

B168 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Perfection (Buddhist)", ERE 9, 1925, 727-728

B169 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Reality (Buddhist)", ERE 10, 1925, 592-593

B170 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Relation (Buddhist)", ERE 10, 1925, 648-649

B171 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Salvation (Buddhist)", ERE 11, 1925, 110

B172 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Self (Buddhist)", ERE 11, 1925, 351

B173 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Soul (Buddhist)", ERE 11, 1925, 731-733

B174 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Will in early Buddhist scriptures", IHQ 1, 1925, 443-456

B175 Haraprasad Sastri, "The northern Buddhism", IHQ 1, 1925: 31, 201, 464

B176 Haraprasad Sastri, "Bhadrayana", IHQ 1, 1925, 769-771

B176.1 Max Walleser, "Die Zeit", Die Philosophische Grundlage des alteren Buddhismu (Heidelberg 1925), pp. 123-133. Reprinted ETB 13-24

B177 E.J.Thomas, "Righteousness (Buddhist)", ERE 10, 1925, 778-780

B178 Robert Cornell Armstrong, "A discussion of the origin of Mahayana Buddhism", EB 4, 1926-28, 27-47

B179 Joseph Harger Bateson, "Body (Buddhist)", ERE 2, 1926, 758-760

B180 S.C.Chakravarty, "Is nirvana annihilation?", The Young East 2, 1926-27, 94-95

B181 Ernst L. Hoffman, "Die Bedeutung des Korpers in der Meditation", ZBVG 7, 1926, 67-74

B182 Taiye Kaneko, "The Buddhist doctrine of vicarious suffering", EB 4, 1926-28, 145-161

B183 Arthur Anthony McDonnell, "Indian Buddhism", ERE 7, 1926, 209-216

B184 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Bahyakas", SAMV 23-24

B185 Louis de la Vallee Possin, "Agnosticism (Buddhist)", ERE 1, 1926, 220-225

B186 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Adibuddha", ERE 1, 1926, 93-100

B187 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Atheism (Buddhist)", ERE 2, 1926, 183-184

B188 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Abode of the Blest (Buddhism)", ERE 2, 1926, 687-689

B189 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Bodhisattva", ERE 2, 1926, 739-753

B190 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Identity (Buddhist)", ERE 7, 1926, 99-100

B191 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Mahayana", ERE 8, 1926, 330-336

B192 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Logic (Buddhist)", ERE 8, 1926, 132-133

B192.5 Paul Dahlke, Buddhism and its Place in the Mental Life of Mankind. London 1927

B193 N.D.Mironov, "Buddhist miscellany", JRA 1927, 241-280

B194 Narada, "Samsara or Buddhist philosophy of birth and death", IHQ 3, 1927, 561-570

B195 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Buddhism not originally a negative gospel", HJ 26, 1927-28, 624-632

B196 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Old words and new will", IHQ 3, 1927, 710-719

B197 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Dhyana in early Buddhism", IHQ 3, 1927, 689-714

B198 Surendranath Dasgupta, "Some aspects of Buddhist philosophy", MR 44, 1928, 62-71

B198.5 Paul Dahlke, Buddhismus als Wirklichkeitslehre und Lebensweg. Karlsruhe 1928

B199 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Nirvana", IHQ 4, 1928, 347-348

B200 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Growth of not-man in Buddhism", IHQ 4, 1928, 405-418

B201 Nanda Lal Simha, "The meaning of nirvana", MR 44, 1928, 684-685

B201.1 B.Bhattacharya, "A peep into later Buddhism", ABORI 10, 1929, 1-24

B202 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Doctrine of kaya in Hinayana and Mahayana", IHQ 5, 1929, 518-546

B203 Har Singh Gour, The Spirit of Buddhism. London 1929

B204 E.W.Hopkins, "Buddhist mysticism", ISCRL 113-134

B205 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Extase et spéculation", ISCRL 135-136

B206 Johannes Rahder, "La carriére du saint bouddhique", Bulletin de la Maison Franco-Japonaise 2, 1929, 1-22

B207 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "The Patna congress and the 'man'", JRAS 1929, 27-36

B208 Stanislas Schayer, "The problem of personality in ancient Buddhist philosophy" (in Polish), PF 32, 1929, 182-205

B209 D.T.Suzuki, "Passivity in the Buddhist life", EB 5, 1929-31, 128-129

B210 Richard Wilhelm, "Einige Probleme der buddhistischen Psychologie", Sinica 4, 1929, 120-190

B211 James Haughton Woods, "Integration of consciousness in Buddhism", ISCRL 137-139

B212 Ajarananda, Buddhism: the Fulfilment of Hinduism.Bangkok 1930

B213 Vidhusekhara Bhattacharya, "The doctrine of atman and anatman", PAIOC 5, 1930, 995-1008

B214 D.C.Chatterji, "The problem of knowledge and the four schools of later Buddhism", ABORI 12, 1930-31, 205-215

B215 Nalinaksha Dutt, Aspects of Mahayana Buddhism and its Relation to Hinayana.  COS 23, 1930. Includes E. Conze, "A note on the Prajnaparamita", 323-326

B216 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Place of the Aryasatyas and the pratityasamutpada in Hinayana and Mahayana", ABORI 11, 1930, 101-127

B217 V.V.Gokhale, "Die buddhistische theorie der Kausalkette", Sinica 5, 1930, 37-40

B218 Helmut von Glasenapp, Brahma und Buddha. Berlin 1930

B219 Satkari Mookerjee, "Nirvana", MB 38, 1930, 422-425

B220 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, Le dogme et la philosophie du Bouddhisme. Etudes sur l'histoire des religions 6, Paris 1930

B221 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Tathata and bhutatathata", JTU 6-7, 1930, 43-46

B222 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, Kindred Sayings on Buddhism. Calcutta 1930

B223 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Naturam expelles furca", Dr. Modi Commemoration Volume (Bombay 1930), 7 pp.

B224 J.K.Sarkar, "The Buddhist conception of sublimation", PAIOC 5, 1930, 953-966.  Also JBRS 16, 1930, 102-112

B225 Th. Stcherbatsky, "The doctrine of the Buddha", BSOAS 6, 1930-32, 867-896

B226 Max Walleser, "Zur Herkunft des Wortes Tathagata", TDG 1930, 21-33

B227 Moriz Winternitz, Der Mahayana Buddhismus. Tubingen 1930

B228 S.Z.Aung, "Nibbana", ZBVG 9, 1931, 129-l66

B229 Bu-ston, History of Buddhism. Translated from Tibetan by E.Obermiller, MKB 18-19, 1931-32

B230 Marie Gallard, La view du bouddha et les doctrines bouddhiques. Paris 1931

B231 A.Kirchner, "Die Stellung des Buddhismus zum Problem des Absoluten", Theologie und Glaube 23, 1931, 771-783

B232 Bimal Charan Law, Buddhistic Studies. 1931

B233 T.Matsumoto, "Vom Wesen des Budhismus", Europaische Revue 7, 1931, 569-576

B234 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Notes et bibliographie bouddhiques", MCB 1, 1931-32 - 2, 1934-35; 5, 1936-37

B235 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Notes du le 'moment' ou ksana des bouddhistes", RO 8, 193l-32, 1-9. Reprinted ETB 69-78

B236 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, Sakya, or Buddhist Origins. London 1931

B237 G.Schulemann, "Die innere Weiterentwicklung des Buddhismus", ZMR 21, 1931, 32-49

B238 R.Shama Shastri, "Buddhistic theory of avidya", VK 18, 1931-32, 53 ff.

B239 B.Bhattacharya, An Introduction to Buddhist Esoterism. London 1932

B240 Har Dayal, The Bodhisattva Doctrine in the Buddhist Sanskrit Literature. London 1932; Delhi 1979

B241 Jagadananda, "Buddhism and Vedanta", CR 45, 1932, 161-176

B242 A.B.Jayasundara, "Anatta and moral responsibility", MB 40, 1932, 504-510

B243 Sten Konow, Buddhismen. Oslo 1932

B244 Bimal Charan Law, "Nirvana and Buddhist laymen", ABORI 14, 1932-33, 80-86

B245 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Une derniére note sur le nirvana", Études d'orientalisme, publiées à la mémoire de R. Linossier (Paris 1932), 329-354

B246 Jean Przyluski, Le Bouddhisme. Paris 1932, 1933

B247 Jean Przyluski and Etienne Lamotte, "Bouddhisme et Upanisad", BEFEO 32, 1932, 141-170

B248 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, A Manual of Buddhism for Advanced Students. London 1932

B249 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "The rise and fall of Buddhism in India", MB 40, 1932-33. Reprinted RSSE 179-195

B250 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "Anatta on the doctrine of non-soul", The British Buddhist 1932. Reprinted RSSE 205-214

B251 Arya Dharma, "Anatta and moral responsibility", MB 41, 1933, 93-100

B252 K. Fischer, "Negativer und positiver Fatalismus", BLD 4, 1933, 70-79

B253 Jagadananda, "Nirvana", RPR 4.2, 1933, 161-173

B254 G.Mensching, "Zum Streit und die Deutung des buddhistischen Nirvana", ZMR 48, 1933, 33-57

B255 B. Petzold, "Die Triratna. Grundsätzliches über das Wahre Wesen des Buddhismus", Jubilaumsband herausgegeben von der Deutschen Gesellschaft (Nature, -Volkerkunde) Ostasiens 2, 1933, 328-388

B257 Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, "Appeal of the Buddha's teaching to the thinking mind", MB 41, 1933, 445-453

B258 T.N.Ramachandran, "Prajnaparamita in Buddhist iconography", Triveni 4.6, 1933, 17-25

B259 Stanislas Schayer, "L'anityata and the problem of impermanence in Buddhist philosophy" (in Polish). PF 36-37, 41: l933-38

B260 E.J.Thomas, History of Buddhist Thought. London 1933

B261 B.M.Barua, "Universal aspect of Buddhism", CR 52, 1934, 1-11

B262 S.K.Belvalkar, "Development of Buddhist thought", AP 5, 1934, 306 ff.

B263 Vidhusekhara Bhattacharya, The Basic Conception of Buddhism. Calcutta 1934

B264 E.G.Carpani, Nirvana (in Italian). Bologna 1934

B264.1 Dwight Goddard, Buddha, Truth and Brotherhood: an Epitome of Many Buddhist Scriptures. Santa Barbara, Cal. 1934; Fresno, Cal. 1965

B265 J.Kashyap, "The nature of 'self'", MB 42, 1934, 230-234

B266 N.D.Mehrota, "The nature of self", MB 42, 1934, 352-354

B267 Nyanatiloka, "Paticcasamuppada", MB 42, 1934, 479-509

B268 Ernst Obermiller, "Nirvana according to the Tibetan tradition", IHQ 10, 1934, 211-257

B269 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "A few words on sukha", KBPCV 55-56

B269.1 J. B. Pratt, "Buddhism and scientific thinking", Journal of Religion 14, 1934, 13-24

B270 Jean Przyluski, "Origin and development of Buddhism", Journal of Theological Studies 35, 1934, 337-351

B271 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Amity", KBPCV 57-67

B272 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "The relations between early Buddhism and Brahmanism", IHQ 9, 1933, 247-287

B273 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, Outlines of Buddhism. London 1934

B274 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "Recherches bouddhiques", JA 225, 1934, 195-230

B275 F.Otto Schrader, "Vedanta and Samkhya in primitive Buddhism", IC 1, 1934-35, 543-552

B276 B.Shio, "Epistemological Buddhism", ACV 327-331

B277 Th. Stcherbatsky, "Die drei Richtungen in der philosophie des Buddhismus", RO 10, 1934, 1-37

B278 Luigi Suali, Gotama Buddha. Bologna 1934

B279 C.H.S.Ward, Outline of Buddhism. London 1934

B280 H. Willman-Grabowska, "Evolution sémantique du mot 'dharma'", RO 10, 1934, 38-50

B281 Alexandra David-Neel, "Basic principles of Buddhism", MB 43, 1935, 196-204

B282 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Buddhist meditation", IHQ 11, 1935, 710-740

B283 J.Kashyap, "Anicca: all is impermanent", MB 43, 1935, 522-526

B284 J. Kashyap, "Problem of individuality", MB 43, 1935, 464-469

B285 Etienne Lamotte, L'explication des Mystéres. Louvain 1935

B286 Satkari Mookerjee, Buddhist Philosophy of Universal Flux. Calcutta 1935; Delhi 1975. Pp. 1-19 reprinted ETB 505-525

B287 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, The Birth of Indian Psychology and its Development in Buddhism. London 1935

B288 Stanislas Schayer, "Notes and queries on Buddhism", RO 11, 1935, 206-213

B289 Stanislas Schayer, "Precanonical Buddhism", AO 7, 1935, 121-132

B290 E.J.Thomas, "Tathagata and tahagaya", BSOAS 8, 1935-37, 751-758

B291 E.Tomomatsu, Le bouddhisme. Translated from Japanese by K. Matsuo. Paris 1935

B292 Arya Dharma, "Problem of anatta", MB 44, 1936, 149-152

B293 Alexandra David-Neel, Le Bouddhisme: ses doctrines et ses methodes. Paris 1936

B294 Helmut von Glasenapp, Der Buddhismus in Indien und im Fernen Osten. Berlin 1936

B295 Arthur Berriedale Keith, "Pre-canonical Buddhism", IHQ 12, 1936, 1-20

B296 Narada, The Buddhist Doctrine of Rebirth. Colombo 1936

B297 Narada, "'Anatta' or no-soul", MB 44, 1936, 149-152

B298 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Le libre examen dans la bouddhisme", AIPHO 4, 1936, 659-660

B299 Jean Przyluski, "Der Lebendig-erlöste in dem entwickelten Buddhimus", EJ 4, 1936, 117-136

B300 Teresina Rowell, "The background and early use of the buddhaksetra concept", EB 7, 1936-39, 131

B301 Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, "Tathagata", BSOAS 9, 1937-39, 331-332

B302 Silva, "Where does consciousness arise?", MB 45, 1937, 13-17

B303 K. Fischer, "Schopenhauer und der Buddhismus", BLD 7, 1937, 183-197

B304 K.P.Jayaswal, "Lost Sanskrit works recovered from Tibet", MR 61, 1937. Also MB 34.3, 1937. Reprinted RSSE i-xix

B305 Bimal Charan Law, Concepts of Buddhism. Amsterdam 1937

B306 Bimal Charan Law, "Formulation of pratityasamutpada", JRAS 1937, 287-292

B307 Phanibhushan Roy, "Buddhistic nirvana", CR 63, 1937, 216-228

B308 Stanislas Schayer, "New contributions to the problem of pre-Hinayanistic Buddhism", PBO 1, 1937, 8-17

B309 Ananda K. Coomaraswamy, "Nirmana-kaya", JRAS 1938, 81-84

B310 Betty Heimann, "Nirvana", NR 8, 1938, 491-501

B311 W.Kirfel, "Die buddhistischen termini jnana und vijnana nach Leumann und Stcherbatsky", ZDMG 92, 1938, 494-498

B312 G.C.Lounsbery, "Anatta in the light of science", MB 46, 1938, 517-532

B313 Maung Ba, "Illusive nature of our knowledge", MB 46, 1938, 210-215

B314 Narada, "Karmic descent and kammic ascent", MB 46, 1938, 291-295

B315 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Buddhica", HJAS 3, 1938, 137-160

B316 Jean Przyluski and Maryla Falk, "Aspects d'une ancienne psychophysiologie dans l'Inde et en Extrème-Orient", BSOAS 1938, 623-728

B317 Johannes Rahder, "Daijo: Sk. Mahayana", ActOD 17, 1938, 1-16

B318 Stanislas Schayer, "Remarques sur le problème du temps dans le bouddhisme primitif", CIDO 1938 (Brussels) 40; (Louvain) 227

B319 Beatrice L. Suzuki, Mahayana Buddhism. Kyoto 1938; New York 1959

B320 Two Latvian Buddhist Priests, "Problem of time and space", MB 46, 1938, 193-201

B321 G.C.Lounsbery, "La personalité dans le bouddhisme. La science et la doctrine d'anatta", LPB 1939, l4-23

B321.5 Dwight Goddard, Women in Buddhism. Thetford, Vt. 1939

B322 Maung Ba, "Do I exist? Is 'I am' true?", MB 47, 1939, 112-117

B322.5 Paul Mus, "La notion de temps réversible dans la mythologie bouddhique", Annuaire de l'Ecole pratique des Hautes-Études, section des sciences religieuses 19-20, 1939, 5-38

B323 P.T.Raju, "The Buddhistic and the Advaitic viewpoints", PAIOC 10, 1939, 255-263. Also NIA 4, 1941-42, 86-92

B324 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "The will in Buddhism", HJ 38, 1939-40, 251-260

B325 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "A dynamic conception of man", IC 6, 1939, 235-239

B326 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Nirvana in the negative", AP 10, 1939, 239 ff.

B327 R.C.Abhicary, "Buddhism and Kant", MB 48, 1940, 359-365

B328 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Place of faith in Buddhism", IHQ 16, 1940, 639-646

B329 Maryla Falk, "Nairatmya and karman (the life-long problem of Louis de la Vallée Poussin's thought)", IHQ 16, 1940, 429-464

B330 N.L.Kundu, "The concept of freedom", MB 48, 1940, 277-283

B330.1 B.C.Law, "Reincarnation in Buddhism", AP 11, 1940, 569

B331 Silva, "Four-fold kamma", MB 49, 1941: 122, 382

B332 V.Fatone, Il buddhismo 'nihilisto'. Biblioteca Humanidades (Argentina) 28, 1941

B333 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Buddhismus und Gottesidee", Scientia 67, 1941, 77-83

B334 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Das Gottesproblem bei Schopenhauer und in den metaphysischen Systemen der Inder", JSC 28, 1941, 151-195

B335 Maung Ba, "Anatta--how it may be realized", MB 49, 1941, 339-344

B336 Satkari Mookerjee, "The ego in Buddhist philosophy", MB 49, 1941, 80-86

B337 P.T.Raju, "Buddhistic conception of negation", PAIOC 11, Summaries 1941, 112-113. Also HirComVol 162-170

B338 C.V.S.Rao, "Doctrine of pratityasamutpada", JSVRI 2, 1941,46

B339 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, Wayfarers Words. Three volumes. London 1941

B340 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Basis and ideal in Buddhism", PVKF 370-375

B341 T.R.Sundararaman, "The doctrine of momentariness", PQ 17, 1941-42, 118-124

B342 U Tha Zan U, "Brief explanation of the law of impermanence", MB 49, 1941, 1-9

B343 P. Vajiranana, "Importance of thought in Buddhism", MB 49, 1941, 164-l72

B344 Alan W.Watts, "The problem of faith and works in Buddhism", RevRel, 1942, 385-402

B345 A. Banerjee-Sastri, "Resemblance of Manichaeism to Buddhism", JBRS 28, 1942, 296-306

B346 S.B.Dasgupta, "Bodhicitta in Tantric Buddhism", IC 9, 1942-43, 149-158

B347 Betty Heimann, "The philosophy of flux", ABORI 23, 1942, l77-186

B348 S.K.Maitra, "The Buddhistic conception of the Absolute", VK 29, 1942-43: 103, 139

B349 K.C.Varadachari, "Buddhist and Yoga psychology", JSVRI 3, 1942, 77-86

B350 S.K.Hasnabis, "The 'anatta' theory and Western metaphysics", MB 51, 1943, 93-96

B351 P.S.Lakshminarasu, "Soul in Buddhism", MB 51, 1943, 96-98

B352 Bimal Charan Law, "Buddhist conception of perfection", AP 11.4, 1943, 396 ff.

B353 S.Sarathcandra, "Bhavanga and the Buddhist psychology of perception", UCR 1, 1943, 94-102

B354 J.A., C.S.D., D.M., "The fundamental principles of Buddhism", MW 19, 1944, 77-80

B355 P.V.Bapat, "Buddhist studies 1918-1943", ABORI 25, 1944-45, 1-35

B356 Herbert Guenther, "Die buddhistische Kosmogonie", ZDMG 98, 1944, 44-83

B357 H.D.Ratnatunga, "Atta (soul) theory and Buddhism", MB 52, 1944: 135, 222

B358 Gunaseela Vitanage, "Is Buddhism agnostic?", MW 19, 1944, 88-90

B359 S.K.Chatterji, "Buddhist survivals in Bengal",BCLV I, 75-87

B360 B.M.Barua, "Pratityasamutpada", BCLV I, 574-589

B361 Edward Conze, "On omniscience and the goal", MW 20, 1945, 62-63

B362 R.L.Soni, "The wheel of life", MW 20, 1945, 128-129

B363 Narada, "Kamma, or the Buddhist law of causation", BCLV II, 1158-175

B364 Nyanaponika Thera, "Why should we end suffering?", MW 20, 1945, 82-83

B365 Francis Story, "The foundations of Buddhism", MW 20, 1945, 77-81

B366 Gunaseela Vitanage, "The problem of personality in Buddhism", MW 20, 1945, 53-56

B367 B.M.Barua, "Role of Buddhism in Indian life and thought", IC 13, 1946, 97-109

B368 K. Pal, "Comparative study of psychotherapeutic technique and Yoga", VK 33, 1946-47: 122, 162

B369 Helmut von Glasenapp, Die Weisheit des Buddha. Baden-Baden 1946

B370 Tayman d'Epernon, Les Paradoxes du Bouddhisme. Bruxelles 1947

B371 Shrinivas Dixit, "A note on Buddhism and Bertrand Russell", JUBo 16, 1947, 128-129

B371.5 Ronald Fussell, The Buddhist Path to Self-Enlightenment. London 1947, 1955

B372 Anagarika Govinda, "Problem of illusion", MB 55, 1947, 89-93

B372.5 Etienne Lamotte, "La critique d'authenticite dans le bouddhisme", Ind Ant 213-222

B373 G.R.Malkani, "Buddhism and Vedanta", AP 18, 1947, 403 ff.

B374 Giuseppe Tucci, "Minor Sanskrit texts on the Prajnaparamita", JRAS 1947, 53-75. Reprinted GTOM, part 2, Rome 1971

B374.1 Giuseppe Tucci, "The value of Tibetan historical tradition", IndAnt 309-322

B375 J.Takakusu, Essentials of Buddhist Philosophy. Honolulu 1947, 1949; Delhi 1979

B375.1 J.N.Banerjree, "Schools of Buddhism in early Indian inscriptions", IHQ 24, 1948, 251-258

B375.9 BeniMadhab Barua, Philosophy of Progress. Calcutta 1948

B376 M.K.Barua, "God in Buddhist philosophy", MB 56, 1948, 244-246

B377 J.G.Jennings, Vedantic Buddhism of the Buddha. Oxford 1948; Delhi 1974.

B378 K. Schmidt, Buddhistisches Wörterbuch. Constanz 1948

B379 S.N.L.Shrivastava, "The problem of self in Buddhism and Vedanta", VK 35, 1948-49, 350-352

B380 W.Stede, "The self and its complications", BSOAS 12, 1948, 652-658. Also MW 25, 1950-51, 71-77

B381 D.T.Suzuki, The Essence of Buddhism. Kyoto 1948

B382 B.Watanabe, History of Thoughts in Mahayana Buddhism. Tokyo 1948

B383 M.Dambuyant, "La dialectique bouddhique", RP 139, 1949, 307-318

B384 Alexandra David-Neel, "Quelques mots concernant le pratityasamutpada", PenB 3, 1949, 11-12

B384.1 Etienne Lamotte, "La critique d'interpretation dans la bouddhisme", Annuaires de l'Institut de Philologies d'Histoire Orientales et Salves 11 (Melanges Henri Gregorie), 1949, 341-361

B385 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Buddhism and Christianity" (in German), Universitas (Stuttgart) 4.1, 1949. Translated into English in UCR 16.1. English translation reprinted Wheel 16, 1-21

B386 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Buddhism and the vital problems of our time" (in German). Universitas (Stuttgart) 5.3, 1950. Translated into English UCR 16.2, 1958. Reprinted Wheel 16, 22-42

B387 Herbert Guenther, Das Seelenproblem in Altern Buddhismus. Konstanz 1949

B388 Etienne Lamotte, "Critique d'interprétation dans le bouddhisme", AIPHO 9, 1949, 341-361

B389 Nyanatiloka, Fundamentals of Buddhism. Colombo 1949

B390 Shashi Bhushan Dasgupta, An Introduction to Tantric Buddhism. Calcutta 1950, 1958, 1974

B391 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Vedanta und Buddhismus", WAW 11, 1950, 1013-1028

B392 Herbert Guenther, "Buddhist psychology", PB 55, 1950: 210, 245

B393 Clarence H. Hamilton, "The idea of compassion in Mahayana Buddhism", JAOS 70, 1950, 145-151

B394 Christmas Humphreys, "Buddhism and Western psychology", MW 25, 1950-51, 101-108

B395 G.P.Malalasekara, "Quelques aspects d'anatta", PenB 3, 1950, 5-10

B396 H.G.Narahari, "Buddhist explanation of the cause of experience", SB 2, 68-72

B397 Nyanatiloka, "Les origines dépendants (paticcasamuppada)", PenB 3, 1950, 19-20

B398 Nyanatiloka, A Buddhist Dictionary. Colombo 1950

B399 Constantin Regamey, Buddhistische Philosophie. Bibliographie Einfuhrungen in des Studium der Philosophie 20/21. Berlin 1950

B400 S.Sangharaksita, "A note on anatta", VK 37, 1950-51, 23

B401 Andre Bareau, L'absolu en philosophie bouddhique. Évolution de la notion d'asamskrta. Paris 1951

B402 Herbert Guenther, "Rebirth viewed as transformation of energy", PAIOC 16, Summaries 1951, 107-108

B403 Shinsho Hanayama, "Buddhism of the One Great Vehicle (Mahayana)". EEWP 196-210

B404 Seishin Kato, "Mahayana Buddhism, its origin and development" (summary), JSR 2, 1951, 153-155

B405 Bimal Charan Law, "Buddhist philosophy", Mahendra 113-135

B406 Maung Maung, "Is nirvana a state of mind?", MB 59, 1951, 402-403

B407 Shoson Miyamoto, "Freedom, independence and peace in Buddhism", PEW 1, 1951 - 2, 1952

B408 R.L.Slater, Paradox and Nirvana. Chicago 1951

B409 D.T.Suzuki, "Intuition and reason as expounded in Buddhist philosophy", Divine Life 13, 1951, 54-55

B410 D.T.Suzuki, "Reason and intuition in Buddhist philosophy", EEWP 17-48

B411 Giuseppe Tucci, "Buddhist notes", MCB 9, 1951, 193-220. Reprinted GTOM, part 1, Roma 1971

B412 B.B.Bhattacharya, "The background of Buddhist philosophy", IAC 1, 1952, 63-69

B413 E.Barbarin, "Le bouddhisme et l'existentialisme", PenB 5, 1952, 6-11

B414 H.D.Bhattacharya, "Early Buddhism", HPE 152-172

B415 Y. Krishan, "The Buddhist doctrine of karma", MW 27, 1952, 28-32

B416 Y.Krishan, "The kaya doctrine in Buddhism", MB 60, 1952, 320-326

B417 Etienne Lamotte, "La bienviellance bouddhique", BCLS 1952, 381-403

B418 Bimal Charan Law, "Buddhist view of karma", AP 23, 1952, 124 ff.

B419 T.R.V.Murti, "The metaphysical schools of Buddhism", HPE 190-218. Reprinted StIndT 260-296

B420 John B. Noss, "Mutual love in Mahayana Buddhism", JBR 20, 1952, 84-89

B421 Troy Wilson Organ, "Reason and experience in Mahayana Buddhism", JBR 20, 1952, 77-83

B422 C.D.Sharma, Dialectic in Buddhism and Vedanta. Banaras 1952

B423 Shyuki Yashimura, "Tibetan Buddhistology", RDR 345, 1952, 1-23

B423.1 Sibadas Chaudhury, "Contributions to a Buddhist bibliography", JOI 3, 1953-54, 40-49; 29, 1960, 311; 37, 1960, 299

B424 Edward Conze, "The ontology of the Prajnaparamita", PEW 3, 1953, 117-129

B425 Edward Conze, "The way of wisdom. The five faculties", MW 28, 1953: 11, 58, 95. Reprinted Wheel 65/66, 1964, 53 pp.

B426 A. Elenjimittam, "Consciousness in Buddhistic philosophy", MB 61, 1953: 164, 393

B427 K. Kawada, "Nous and prajna", JIBSt 1.2, 1953, 308-314

B428 Bimal Charan Law, "The Buddhist view of nirvana", AP 24, 1953, 485 ff.

B429 Nanavira, "Nibbana and anatta", MB 61, 1953 - 62, 1954

B430 T.R.V.Murti, "Radhakrishnan and Buddhism", PSR 565-606

B431 Y.Sakamoto, "One aspect of the nature of citta", JIBSt 2.1, 1953, 20-29

B432 Sangharaksita, "The nature of Buddhist tolerance", IAC 2, 1953-54, 154-163

B433 Genjun Sasaki, "The concept of jnana and prajna" (summary). ARROU 6, 1953, 5-7

B434 Bratindra Kumar Sengupta, "Buddhism and Vedanta", IHQ 29, 1953, 35-49

B435 Gi-ming Shien, "The epistemology of Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism", Ph 28, 1953, 260-264

B436 D.Sinha, "The place of atman in Buddhism and Vedanta", IAC 2, 1953, 58-65

B437 W.H.Bates, "Impermanence", MB 62, 1954, 35-39

B438 Edward Conze, "Conditions and the unconditioned", MB 62, 1954, 159-163

B439 N.N.Das Gupta, "Bengal's contribution to Mahayana literature", IHQ 30, 1954, 327-331

B440 Bryan de Kretser, Man in Buddhism and Christianity. Calcutta 1954

B441 Ryogon Fukuhara, "A study of doubt (vicikitsa)" (summary). RDR 347, 1954, 5-6

B442 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Der Buddhismus in der Vorstellungswelt der Hindus", Asiatica 174-183

B443 Etienne Lamotte, "Sur la formation du Mahayana", Asiatica 387 ff.

B444 R.C.Mitra, The Decline of Buddhism in India. Calcutta 1954

B445 Sangharaksita, "Le bouddhisme et le problème d'ahimsa", PenB 5.1, 1954, 16-18

B446 A.K.Sarkar, "Changing phases of Buddhist thought", ProcIPC 29.2, 1954, 39-45. Also PQ 27, 1955, 223-230

B447 Devabrata Sinha, "Buddhist outlook on human personality", IAC 3, 1954-55, 349-357

B448 Francis Story, "Samsara and the universe", MB 62, 1954, 462-467

B449 Francis Story, "L'approache scientifique du bouddhisme", PenB 5.1, 1954, 8-13

B450 Andre Bareau, "The concept of responsibility in ancient Buddhism", EAW 6, 1955, 216-223

B451 Andre Bareau, "L'absolu dans le Bouddhisme", Ent 1955, 37-43

B452 R.Barua, "Paticcasamuppada", MB 63, 1955, 11-19

B453 R.van Brakell Buys, "Di ontwikkelingsgang der boeddictische philosophi", TWP 47, 1955, 240-251

B454 Heramba Chatterjee, "A critical study of the theory of pratityasamutpada", PB 60, 1955, 485-488. Also JASBo 1955, 66-70

B455 R.P.Chowdhury, "Interpretation of the anatta doctrine of Buddhism: a new approach", IHQ 31, 1955, 52-67

B456 U Dhammaratna, "Kammic ascent and descent of man", MB 63, 1955, 44-46

B457 Jean Filliozat, "Psychological discoveries of Buddhism", UCR 13, 1955, 69-82

B458 E. Franc-Prat, "Étude sur la conception bouddhique de la transmigration des facultés", PenB 5.5, 1955, 6-9

B458.5 Erich Frauwallner, "Die anthropologie des Buddhismus", Numen 2, Supplement (Leiden 1955), 120-132. Also E. Frauwallner, Kleine Schriften (Wiesbaden 1982), 690-702. Translated into Spanish by F. Tola and C. Dragonetti in REB 10, 1995-96, 115-128

B459 Ryogon Fukuhara, "Time theory in the philosophy of phenomena and noumena in Buddhism" (summary). RDR 350, 1955, 3-5

B460 Anagarika Govinda, "Time and space and the problem of free will", MB 63, 1955, 180-186. Translated into French in PenB 6, 1957, 4-11

B461 Anagarika Govinda, "Hierarchy of order, causality and freedom", MB 63, 1955, 277-285

B462 Brahmachari Govinda, "The functions of consciousness and the process of perception from the standpoint of Buddhist psychology", MB 43, 1955, 152-162

B463 Christmas Humphreys, "Karma and rebirth", MW 30, 1955,8-15

B464 A.Kropatsch, "'Thirst' and the question of free will", MB 63, 1955, 325-332

B465 Shoson Miyamoto, "A re-appraisal of pratityasamutpada", SIBSY 152-164

B466 Shoson Miyamoto, "The meaning of Buddhist karma", Religion East and West 1, 1955, 46-66

B467 L.J.Rosan, "Desirelessness and the good", PEW 5, 1955, 57-60

B468 Lilian Silburn, Instant et Cause. Le discontinu dans le pensée philosophique de l'Inde. Paris 1955

B470 K.Venkataramanan, "Did the Buddha deny the self?", ProcIPC 30, 1955, 221-228

B471 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Pratityasamutpada", IHQ 32, 1956, 261-264

B472 A.A.G.Bennett, "Sanskrit Buddhist literature", MB 64, 1956: 383, 393. French version PenB 5, 1956, 11-18

B473 Heramba Chatterjee, "The problem of truth in Buddhist philosophy", PB 61, 1956, 146-148

B474 Roma Chaudhury, "Buddhist and pre-Buddhist ethics", VK 43, 1956-57, 109-112

B475 Jong, "The study of Buddhism" in his De Studie van het Bodhisme. Problemen en Perspectiven. The Hague 1956. Portion reprinted JDJBS 15-28

B476 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Place of Buddhism in Indian thought", IHQ 32, 1956, 223-248

B477 N.N.Dutt and K.D.Bajpai, Development of Buddhism in Uttar Pradesh. Lucknow 1956

B477.5 Louis Finot, Le bouddhisme, son origion, son evolution. Phnomh-Penh 1956, 1957

B478 J.N.Ganhar and P.N.Ganhar, Buddhism in Kashmir and Ladakh. New Delhi 1956

B479 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Buddhism and other philosophies", IAC 5, 1956-57, 365-373

B480 Helmut von Glasenapp, Der Pfad zur Erleuchtung. Grundtexte der buddhistischen Heilslehre in deutscher Übersetzung. Dusseldorf-Koln 1956

B481 Anagarika Govinda, "Conception of space in ancient Buddhist art and thought", MB 64, 1956: 193, 287

B482 Herbert V. Guenther, "Concept of mind in Buddhist Tantrism", JOS 3.2, 1956, 261-277

B482.5 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Buddhist studies in recent times: some eminent buddhist scholars in India and Europe", 2500 Years 382-397. Reprinted CPBS 29-44

B483 Y. Krishan, "Buddhism and ethics", EAW 6, 1956, 329-331

B484 A.Kropatsch, "Body-soul problem in modern psychology and in Buddhism", MB 64, 1956, 198-204

B485 Satkari Mookerjee, "The influence of Buddhism on Indian life and thought", BRMIC 7, 1956, 248-256

B486 T.R.V.Murti, "Buddhism and contemporary Indian thought", RIP 37, 1956, 299-314. Reprinted in StIndT 162-176

B487 Hajime Nakamura, "University and diversity in Buddhism", Morgan 364-400

B488 Sangharaksita, "The place of faith in Buddhism", IAC 4, 1956, 299-314

B489 Genjun Sasaki, "The concept of karma in Buddhist philosophy", Oriens Extremus 3, 1956, 185-204

B490 P.S.Sastri, "Some Buddhist thinkers of Andhra", IHQ 32, 1956, 163-167

B491 Anima Sengupta, "The central core of Buddhist philosophy", IAC 5, 1956-57, 312-322

B492 Bratindra Kumar Sengupta, "Buddhist psychology", IHQ 32, 1956, 265-269

B493 Susumu Yamaguchi, "Development of Mahayana Buddhist beliefs", Morgan 153-181

B494 P.V.Bapat, "Buddhist literature", MB 65, 1957, 185-193

B495 Edgerton C. Baptist, "The Buddhist doctrine of rebirth", MB 65, 1957, 106-116

B496 Andre Bareau, "The notion of time in early Buddhism", EAW 7, 1957, 353-364. Reprinted ETB1-12

B496.5 Heinz Bechert, "Zur Geschichte der buddhistischen Sekten in Indien and Ceylon”, La nouvelle Clio 7-9, 1955-57, 351-357

B497 A.A.G.Bennett, "Translations of Sanskrit Buddhist literature in Chinese previous to the 6th c. C.E.", MB 65, 1957, 66-82

B497.5 Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, "Dr. Gaur on Buddhism", in Dr. Sir Hari Singh Gaur Commemoration Volume (Saugar: Saugar University, 1957)

B498 Edward Conze, "On 'perverted' views", EAW 7, 1957, 313-318

B499 Thubtan Chhokyi, "Some aspects of the development of the Buddhist doctrine", MB 65, 1957, 453-461

B500 J.Evola, "Spiritual virility in Buddhism", EAW 7, 1957, 319-327

B500.5 Erich Frauwallner, "Zu den buddhistischen Texten in der Zeit Khri-sron-lde-btsan's", WZKSOA 1, 1957, 95-103

B501 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Le contribution du Bouddhisme à la philosophie", PenB 6.2, 1957, 14-17

B502 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Vedanta and Buddhism", MW 31, 1957, 152-156

B502.1 H. von Glasenapp, "Buddhism and comparative religion", SIS 5.3-4, 1957, 47-52. Also in Glasenapp's (?) From Buddhi to Gandhi (Wiesbaden 1962), 152-158. Translated into Spanish by F.Tola and C.Dragonetti in REB 2, 1991-92, 139-148

B503 Anagarika Govinda, "L'expérience de l'espace dans le bouddhisme Mahayana", PenB 6.1, 1957, 8-10

B504 Kenneth K. Inada, "An aspect of Buddhism--sunyata" (summary). TICOJ 2, 1957, 33-34

B505 Kumataro Kawada, "Prajna and its principal truth", JSR 3, 1957, 35-38

B506 G.M.Nagao, "An interpretation of the term samvrti (convention)", in Silver Jubilee Volume of the Institute of Humanistic Studies, Kyoto University (Soritsu Nijugoshunen Kinen Ronbonshu) 1, 1957

B507 Hajime Nakamura, "Historical studies of the coming into existence of Mahayana studies", Bulletin of the Okurayama Oriental Research Institute 2, 1957

B508 Amalia Pezzali, "Samatha and vipasyana in Buddhist Sanskrit literature", PAIOC 19.2, 1957, 68-74

B509 P.T.Raju, "Buddhism and the Vedanta", IAC 6, 1957-58, 24-48

B510 P.M.Rao, "Buddhism and mysticism", MB 65, 1957, 83-88

B511 P.M.Rao, "Causation, karma and rebirth", MB 65, 1957: 239, 282

B512 W.Stede, "Angulimala and liberation", BSOAS 20, 1957, 533-536

B513 Luang Suriyabongs, "The law of karma and rebirth", The Light of Buddha 2.10, 1957, 5-8

B514 D.T.Suzuki, "La philosophie et la religion de la Prajnaparamita" in D.T.Suzuki (ed.), Essais sur le bouddhisme Zen, volume 3 (Paris 1957), 1204-1307

B515 Nathmal Tatia, "Paticcasamuppada", NNMRP I, 177-239

B516 Alex Wayman, "The concept of poison in Buddhism", O 10, 1957, 107-109

B517 R.Yamada, "A bibliography of studies on Sanskrit Buddhism" (summary). ARTU 8, 1957, 9-10

B518 Massimo Scaligero, "What the eight-fold path may still mean to mankind", EAW 7, 1957, 365-372

B519 A.A.G.Bennett, "Chinese translation of Sanskrit Buddhist literature during the 5th and 6th centuries", MB 66, 1958, 2-9

B520 Vidhusekhara Bhattacarya, "Buddhism in relation to Vedanta", CHI 1, 1958, (second edition) 559-574

B521 Edward Conze, "The Buddhist 'personalities'", MB 67, 1959, 118-126

B522 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Emergence of Mahayana Buddhism", CHI 1, 1958, (second edition) 503-517

B523 Erich Frauwallner, Die Philosophie des Buddhismus. Philosophische Studientexte 2, 1958

B524 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Buddhism and Vedanta", MW 33, 1958, 22-24

B525 G.Grimm, The Doctrine of the Buddha. Berlin 1958

B526 Herbert Guenther, "The levels of understanding in Buddhism", JAOS 78, 1958, 19-28

B527 Herbert Guenther, "Buddhism and Vedanta", MW 32, 1958, 142-147

B528 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Der Buddhismus und seine geschichtliche Probleme", Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Untericht 2, 1958, 65-77

B529 Hrshikes Guha, "Indriyas in Buddhism", MB 66, 1958, 331-333

B530 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "Buddha's prolongation of life", BSOAS 21, 1958, 546-552. Reprinted CPBS 191-200

B531 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Buddhism and the scientific revolution", Wheel 3, 1958, 1-11

B532 Kumataro Kawada, "Prajna and the fundamental truth of Buddhism" (summary). JSR 9, 1958, 99-102

B533 P.G.Kulkarni, "Buddhist view of mind", JPA 5, 1958, 39-45

B534 K.Kino, "The problem of sin in Indian Buddhism", JIBSt 6.1, 1958, 62-72

B535 Etienne Lamotte, Histoire du Bouddhisme Indien. Louvain 1958. Translated into English by Sara Boin. Louvain 1988

B536 Bimal Charan Law, "Karma", CHI 1 (2d ed.) 1958, 537-546

B537 Bimal Charan Law, "Nirvana", CHI 1 (2d ed.) 1958, 547-558

B538 Walter Liebenthal, "Nirvana in new attire", MB 66, 1958, 265-269

B539 Satkari Mookerjee, "Buddhism in Indian life and thought", CHI (2d ed.) 1958, 575-600

B540 Nyanatiloka Mahathera, "Karma and rebirth", Wheel 9, 1958, 23 pp.

B541 Paul Oltramare, "Psychologies religieuse et bouddhisme", ICHR 3.2, 1958, 67-69

B542 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, "Faith and reason in Buddhism", ICHR 3.2, 1958, 32-43

B543 Carolyn A.F.Rhys Davids, "Knowledge and intuition in Buddhism", ICHR 3.2, 1958, 43-44

B544 N.K.Sahu, Buddhism in Orissa. Utkal University 1958

B544.1 E.R.Sarathchandra, Buddhist Psychology of Perception. Colombo 1958

B545 Urmila Rani Sharma, "The influence of theism on Buddhism", IPC 3, 1958, 83-89

B546 Upasaka Wu Shu (Loo Yung Tsung), "Science and Buddhism", Wheel 3, 1958, 17-21

B547 Upasaka Wu Shu (Loo Yung Tsung), "Atom and anatta", Wheel 3, 1958, 22-28

B548 Robert F. Spencer, "Buddhism and the scientific revolution", Wheel 3, 1958, 12-16

B549 D. Ueda, "Basic doctrines of Buddhism and modern science", JIBSt 7.1, 1958, 54-61

B550 H.Vedantasastri, "Buddhism--recast (a philosophical analysis)", ABORI 39, 1958, 110-114

B551 R.C.Zaehner, "Nirvana", HJ 57, 1958-59, 117-125

B551.1 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Mahayana Buddhism", JAssamRS 13, 1959, 37-39

B551.2 A.C.Banerji, "Bhumis in Mahayana Buddhism", PAIOC 20.2, 1959, 87-92

B552 Gopikamohan Bhattacharya, "A critique on the antitheistic position of the Buddhist", PAIOC 20.2, 1959

B553 S.Bhattacharya, "Maya and avidya in the Buddhist philosophy", PB 64, 1959, 331-334

B553.1 Oscar Botto, Il Buddhismo. Milano 1959

B554 Edward Conze, "Recent progress in Buddhist studies", MW 34, 1959 - 35, 1960. Reprinted 30YBS 1-32

B555 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The fundamental principles of Mahayanism", PDB 319-335

B556 Franklin Edgerton, "Did the Buddha have a system of metaphysics?", JAOS 79, 1959, 81-84

B557 Pio Filippani-Ronconi, Avviamento allo studio del pensiero orientale. Volume 2: Buddhism. Naples 1959

B558 Herbert V. Guenther, "Philosophical background of Buddhist Tantrism", JOS 5, 1959-62, 45-64

B559 Sramanera Jivaka, "Dukkha", IAC 8, 1959-60, 68-74

B560 Sramanera Jivaka, "A Buddhist appproach to free will", AP 30, 1959, 311 ff.

B561 G.C.Lal, Buddha Dharma: A Higher Affirmation. Allahabad 1959

B562 G.Constant Lounsbery, "Anatta in the light of science", PDB 463-471

B563 G.M.Nagao, "Buddhist subjectivity", RSJ 257-262

B564 Hajime Nakamura, "A new way of approach in Buddhist studies: in the light of comparative philosophy", RSJ 263-284

B565 Giyu Nishi, "The truth of the original purity of mind", RSJ 300-307

B566 Piyadassi Thera, "Dependent origination paticcasamuppada", Wheel 15, 1959, 45 pp.

B567 Sangharaksita, A Survey of Buddhism. Second edition. Bangalore 1959

B568 N.Aiyasvami Sastri, "Approach to Hinduism" in 2500 Years

B569 Yoshifumi Ueda, "The fundamental structure of thought of Mahayana Buddhism" (summary). JSR 10, 1959, 57-61

B570 V.P.Varma, "The philosophy of nirvana in early Buddhism", JBRS 45, 1959, 226-243

B571 Ryujo Yamada, "A bibliographical survey on Buddhist Sanskrit texts" (summary). JSR 10, 1959, 126-129

B572 A.Ayyappan and P.R.Srinivasa, Story of Buddhism with special reference to South India. Madras 1960

B572.5 H. W. Bailey, Saka Documents. London 1960, 1968

B573 Edward Conze, A Short History of Buddhism. Volume Three: Religion, Philosophy and Science. Bombay 1960

B574 Edward Conze, "The development of Prajnaparamita thought" in Buddhism and Culture: Suzuki Commemoration Volume (Kyoto 1960), 24-25. Reprinted in 30YBS 123-147

B575 Helmut von Glasenapp, "Het Buddha un metaphysische System gelehrt?", Paideuma 7.4-6, 1960, 235-240

B576 Clarence H. Hamilton, "Universal elements in Mahayanist thought", ICHR 1960, 624-634

B576.5 Sramanera Jivaka, Growing Up into Buddhism. Calcutta 1960

B576.7 Etienne lamotte, Lo spirito del Buddhismo antico. Venice 1960. Translated into English in 1961

B577 Charles A. Moore, "Buddhism and science", SYBC 89-125

B578 Hajime Nakamura, "A brief survey of Japanese studies on the philosophical schools of the Mahayana", Acta Asiatica 1, 1960, 56-88

B579 Sangharaksita, "The trikaya or three bodies of the Buddha", MB 68, 1960, 236-242

B580 Sangharaksita, "Karma and the wheel of life", MB 68, 1960, 331-339

B581 Luang Suriyabongs, "Controversial questions about karma and rebirth", The Light of Buddha 6.4, 1960, 12-17

B582 K. Tamaki, "Jaspers' Auffassung über den Buddhismus", JIBSt 8.2, 1960, 10-20

B583 R.Yuki, "The construction of fundamental evil in Mahayana", ICHR 1960, 463-466

B583.5 Heinz Bechert, Bruchstücke buddhistischer Verssammlungen aus zentral-asiatischen Sanskrithandschriften. Berlin 1961

B584 Kalidas Bhattacharya, "The concept of self in Buddhism", PQ 34, 1961

B585 Edward Conze, "The three doors to deliverance", MW 36, 1961: 10, 17

B586 Sita Devi, "Doctrinal differences or ethical unities", MB 69, 1961, 242-248

B587 Ronald Fussell, "Vedanta and Buddhism", MW 35, 1961, 157-160

B588 Richard A. Gard (ed.), Buddhism. New York 1961

B589 Betty Heimann, "Within the framework of Indian religion: the main dogma of Buddhism", Numen 8, 1961, 1-11

B590 Shunkyo Katsumata, "Concerning various views of human nature", TUAA 1, 1961, 33-46

B591 K.Kawada, "Fundamental difference between Buddhistic and Vedantic philosophies", JIBSt 9, 1961, 403-410

B592 Winston L. King, "Myth in Buddhism: essential or peripheral?", JBR 29, 1961, 211-218

B593 Kalipada Mitra, "Nirvana", JBRS 47, 1961, 56-64

B594 Giyu Nishi, "On bodhisattva: his vows and practices", TUAA 1, 1961, 57-72

B595 N. Ramesan, Glimpses of Buddhism. Secunderabad 1961

B596 Sramanera Sujiva, "Some modern mithya drishti", MB 69, 1961, 168-181

B597 H.Wolfgang Schumann, "Kamma and rebirth in Buddhism", MB 69, 1961, 230-232

B598 Jikido Takasaki, "Description of the ultimate reality by means of the six categories in Mahayana Buddhism", JIBSt 9.2, 1961, 24-33

B599 Koshiro Tamaki, "The development of the thought of tathagatagarbha from India to China", JIBSt 9.1, 1961, 25-33

B600 Giuseppe Tucci, The Theory and Practice of the Mandala. Translated from Italian by A.H.Brodrick. London 1961

B601 Mahesh Tiwari, An Examination of the Concept of Personality in Buddhist Thought. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Bihar 1961

B602 K.C.Varadachari, "Buddhism and its influence on the Indian philosophical systems", The Mother 4, 1961

B603 Alex Wayman, "The Buddhist 'not this, not this'", PEW 11, 1961, 99-114

B604 Henri Arvon, Buddhism. Translated by D.Scott. New York 1962

B604.5 Heinz Bechert, Sanskrittexte aus Ceylon. Munchen 1962

B605 Edward Conze, Buddhist Thought in India. London 1962

B606 Edward Conze, "Dharmas and the self", MW 37, 1962, 186-192

B607 Sukumar Dutt, Buddhist Monks and Monasteries of India. London 1962

B608 David J. Kalupahana, "The philosophy of relations in Buddhism", UCR 20, 1962: 19, 188

B609 Ananda Kausalyayana, "Fundamentals of Buddhist psychology", MB 70, 1962, 115-119

B610 Nanasampanno, "Wisdom develops samadhi", MW 37, 1962: 53, 97

B611 Nyanaponika Thera, "Buddhism and the God-idea: selected texts", Wheel 47, 1962, 32 pp.

B612 Sangharaksita, "The centrality of man", MB 70, 1962, 2-8

B613 Genjun H. Sasaki, "Pariyaya and nipariyaya", WZKSOA 7, 1962, 47-59

B614 Peter Schlinghoff, Die Religion des Buddhismus. Two volumes. Berlin 1962-63

B615 Joachim Friedrich Sprockhoff, "Zur idee der Erlösung bei Lebzeiten im Buddhismus", Numen 9, 1962, 201-227

B616 Paravahara Vajiranama Mahathera, Buddhist Meditation in Theory and Practice. Colombo 1962

B617 E. Zurcher, Buddhism. London 1962

B617.1 T. J. J. Altizer, "Nirvana and kingdom of God", Journal of Religion 43, 1963, 105-117

B618 R.G.Basak, "The contribution of Buddhism to Indian thought", BRMIC 14, 1963, 333-341

B619 A.A.G.Bennett, "The rise of the Mahayana in India", MB 71, 1963, 123-132

B621 J.C.Chatterji, "The Buddha and the atman", PB 63, 1963, 91-98

B621.1 Sibadas Chaudhuri (ed.), Contributions t a Buddhistic Bibliography, series 2. JASBe 5.3-4, 1963

B622 Edward Conze, "Buddhist philosophy and its European parallels", PEW 13, 1963, 9-24. Reprinted in 30YBS 105-115

B623 Edward Conze, "Spurious parallels to Buddhist philosophy", PEW 13, 105-116

B624 H.S.Cooray, "Abhisannanirodha", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 122-125

B625 Akira Hirakawa, "Nairatmya and the agent of action--an interpretation of the atman idea from the Pratityasamutpada philosophy", Jigo to Muga 381-421

B625.1 Akira Hirakawa, "The rise of Mahayana Buddhism and its relationship to the worship of stupa", MRTB 22, 1963, 57-106. Reprinted BCCRS 3, 181-226

B626 Akio Inoue, "A comparative study in Buddhism and existentialism", TJR 5.1, 1963, 55-69

B627 K.N.Jayatilleke, Early Buddhist Theory of Knowledge. London 1963

B628 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The Buddhist concept of truth", Wheel 50, 1963, 25-41. Also Ceylon Today 14.5, 1965, 18-24. Also MB 76, 1968, 259-266. Also Wheel 162-164, 1971, 47-61

B629 David J. Kalupahyana, "Adhipati-phala", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 206

B630 S. Kanaoka, "Acittaka", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 183

B631 S.Kanaoka, "Adhimukticarya-bhumi", EnBud 1.2, 1963,202-203

B632 S.Kanaoka, "Adhivacana-pravesa", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 208-209

B633 S.Kanaoka, "Adhyasaya", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 211-212

B634 S.Kanaoka, "Ajnendriya", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 334-335

B635 Y. and S. Kanaoka, "Adhipati-paccaya", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 205-206

B636 Kumataro Kawamura, "A comparative study of the self in the Western philosophy and the atman idea in India--from ancient times to the medieval ages", Jigo to Muga 585-616

B637 B.D.Kretser, Man in Buddhism and Christianity. Calcutta 1963

B637.5 Anton Kropatsch, Wieder geburt und Erlosung in der lehre des Buddha. Geinhausen 1963

B638 Etienne Lamotte, "Un festiv d'Immortalité dans le Bouddhisme", BCLS 1963, 173-182

B639 Robert J. Miller, "The mathematical truth and the Buddhadhamma", MB 71, 1963: 213, 251

B640 G.S.P.Misra, "The problem of moral responsibility in Buddhism", JBRS 49, 1963, 54-59

B641 Kyosho Hayashima, "Abhisamaya", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 105-114

B642 Nanamoli Thera, "Buddhism, a religion or a philosophy?", Wheel 52/53, 1963, 1-10

B643 Nanamoli Thera, "Does saddha mean faith?", Wheel 52/53, 1963, 11-31

B644 Koshiro Tamaki, "The subject in comparative philosophy--seeking for the subject in Buddhism", JIBSt 11.1, 1963, 1-11

B645 Yoshiro Tamura, "Absolute: development of the concept", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 144-148

B646 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Abhinna", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 97-102

B647 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Absolute: meaning and nature", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 140-144

B648 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Absolute as the unconditioned", EnBud 1.1, 1963, 148-151

B649 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Acinnakamma", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 179-180

B650 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Action", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 184-185

B651 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Actuality", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 186-188

B652 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Adhicitta", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 196

B653 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Adhimokkha", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 201-202

B654 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Adhipanna", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 204

B655 H.G.A.Van Zeyst and S.Kanaoka, "Adhipateyya", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 204-205

B656 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Adhitthana", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 207-208

B657 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Advaita", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 235-236

B658 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "After-image", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 240-241

B659 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Aggregates", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 267

B660 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Agnosticism and Buddhism", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 272-276

B661 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Ahamkara", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 279-280

B662 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Ahara", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 280-283

B663 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Ahetuvada", EnBud 1.2, 1963, 284-285

B664 V.P.Varma, "The origins and sociology of the early Buddhist philosophy of moral determinism", PEW 13, 1963, 25-47

B665 Alex Wayman, "Conze on Buddhism and European parallels", PEW 13, 1963, 361-364

B666 A.Wijesekara, "Buddhist ethics", Wheel 50, 1963, 1-24

B666.1 Wit Wisadevet, Sartre and the Buddhist's Concept of Man. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Indiana 1963

B666.2 H. Bechert, "Zur Früh geschichte des Mahayana-Buddhismus", ZDMG 113, 1964, 530

B667 N.N.Bhattacharya, "Buddhism as viewed by non-Buddhist philosophers", Journal of the Varendra Research Museum 3, 1974, 61-68

B668 Rastrapal Bhiksu, "The Buddhist doctrine of kamma", ME 72, 1964, 59-64

B669 Nalinaksha Dutt, "Nirvana; sunyata; vijnaptimatrata", Bulletin of Tibetology 1.1, 1964, 12-20

B670 Anagarika Govinda, "Die Bedeutung des Gebetes in Buddhismus", Kairos 6, 1964, 195-201

B671 Anagarika Govinda, "Bhakti marga in Buddhism", MP 1, 1964, 215-222

B672 R.N.Kak, "Religious growth in the Mahayana", MB 72, 1964, 59-64

B673 David J. Kalupahana, "Alambana-pratyaya", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 376

B674 David J. Kalupahana, "Alatacakra", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 379

B675 Upali Karunaratne, "Akusala", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 369

B676 S. Kanaoka, "Akasa school", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 347-348

B677 Hajime Nakamura, "A critical survey of Mahayana and Esoteric Buddhism chiefly based upon Japanese studies", Acta Asiatica 6, 1964 - 7, 1964

B678 David Seyfort Ruegg, "Rapports entre le bouddhisme et le substrat religieux indien et tibètain", JA 252, 1964, 77-96

B679 Sangharaksita, "The stages of the path in Buddhism", AP 35, 1964, 154-158

B680 Karunesha Shukla, "Atman in Buddhist philosophy: viewpoint of the Buddha", CIDO 26, Summaries 1964, 235-236

B681 Koshiro Tamaki, "Comparative research into human consciousness", TUAA 2, 1964, 65-82

B682 Koyo Tamura, "Anabhilapya", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 503-504

B683 Yoshifumi Ueda, "The world and the individual in Mahayana Buddhist philosophy", PEW 14, 1964, 157-166

B684 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Akasa", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 340-342

B685 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Akincannayatana", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 350-351

B686 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Akriyavada", EnBud 1.3, 1964, 352-353

B687 Shoko Watanabe, "On Vara-cakravartin and Balacakravartin", TUAA 2, 1964, 83-88

B688 Masao Abe, "The idea of purity in Mahayana Buddhism", Numen 12, 1965, 183-189

B688.5 Douglas M. Burns, Buddhism, Science and Atheism. Bangkok 1965, 1971

B688.7 Anagarika Dharmapala, "Buddhism : its relationship with Hinduism”, in A. George (ed.), Return to Righteousness. Colombo 1965. Reprinted BRD 149-160

B689 David J. Kalupahana, "Anantara-paccaya", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 551-552

B690 David J. Kalupahana, "Anna", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 693-696

B691 David J. Kalupahana, "Annamanna-paccaya", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 701

B692 David J. Kalupahana and K.Tamura, "Antarabhava", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 730-733

B693 David J. Kalupahana, "Antarayika-dhamma", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 735-737

B694 Upali Karunaratne, "Anusaya", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 775-777

B695 Kumataro Kawada, "Pratyatmadharmata-methodischer Tranzendentalismus", JIBSt 14.1, 1965, 1-9

B696 Anton Kropatsch, "The Buddhist rebirth as a neither-conscious-nor-unconscious activity" (translated by A.A.G.Bennett), MB 73, 1965, 64-69

B697 G.P.Malalasekara, "Anatta". EnBud 1.4, 1965, 576

B698 Nanamoli, "Anicca", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 657-663

B699 Ichijo Ogawa, "The concept of tathagatagarbha (Buddhadhatu) in Indian Mahayana Buddhism" (in Japanese with English summary). ToG 30, 1965, 102-157

B700 Sujib Punyanubhab, Some Prominent Characteristics of Buddhism. Thailand 1965

B701 Bhikshu Rastrapal, "The Buddhist doctrine of rebirth", WB 14.3, 1965, 3-5

B702 Richard H. Robinson, "The ethic of the house-holder bodhisattva", Bh 9.2, 1965-66, 25-56

B703 K.Tamura, "Anagata", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 514

B704 K.Tamura, "Anantarya-marga", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 554-555

B705 K.Tamura, "Animitta", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 675-676

B706 K.Tamura, "Anutpattika-dharma-ksanti", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 779-780

B707 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Annihilation", EnBud 1.4, 1965,705-709

B708 C.Witanachchi, "Anantarika-kamma", EnBud 1.4, 1965, 552-554

B709 James Allen, "The illusion of the ego", MB 74, 1966, 119-124

B710 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Mahayana Buddhism", CR 180, 1966, 145-149. Also JASP 14, 1969, 241-252

B711 Egerton C. Baptist, "Rebirth and the doctrine of anatta (no-soul)", Buddhist (Colombo) 37.3, 1966, 68-72

B712 Egerton C. Baptist, "The Buddhist law of dependent origination (paticcasamuppada)", Buddhist 37.3, 1966, 100-103

B713 P.R.Barua, "The doctrine of impermanence", in Muhammad Emanuel Haq (ed.), MSFV 57-68

B714 John P. Driscoll, "Concepts of reality in Buddhist thought", AsSt 4, 1966, 236-239

B715 Gnaneswarananda, "Buddhism and Vedanta", VATW 180, 1966, 7-16

B716 V.F.Gunaratne, Buddhist Reflections on Death. Wheel 102-103, 1966

B717 Shoyo Hanayama, "A summary of various research on the Prajnaparamita literature", Acta Asiatica 10, 1966, 16-93

B718 Lal Mani Joshi, "Buddhist principle on non-egoity", MB 74, 1966, 258-260

B718.1 R.N.Kak, "Buddhism and stoicism". AP 37, 1966, 153-159

B718.2 K.S.Kakichi, "Ways of knowing: a Buddhist Thomist dialogue", IndPQ 6.4, 1966, 574-595

B719 David J. Kalupahana, "Arammana", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 60-61

B720 David J. Kalupahana, "Arammana-paccaya", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 61-62

B721 Trevor Ling, "Buddhist mysticism", Religious Studies 1, 1966, 163-176

B722 G.P.Malalasekara, "The unique doctrine of Buddhism", MB 74, 1966, 63-69

B723 Taishun Mibu, "On the thought 'krtajna' in Buddhism", JIBSt 14.2, 1966, 36-46

B724 Saddhatissa, "Impermanence", MB 74, 1966, 231-255

B725 Jikido Takasaki, "Dharmata, dharmadhatu, dharmakaya and buddhadhatu--structure of the ultimate value in Mahayana Buddhism", JIBSt 14.2, 1966, 78-94

B726 K. Tamura, "Apratisamkhya-nirodha", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 37

B727 K.N.Upadhyaya, "The Buddhist doctrine of anatta (soullessness)", PQ 39, 1966, 119-128

B728 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Appana", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 31-32

B729 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Appearance and reality", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 33-34

B730 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Arupa", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 103

B731 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Arupaloka", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 103-104

B732 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Arupavacara", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 104

B733 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Asamkhata", EnBud 2.1, 1966, 150

B734 Anamik, "Buddha's philosophy of change", Shakti 4.1, 1967, 14-19

B735 Devaprasad Bhattacharya, "Buddhist views on causation: an Advaitic study", PB 72, 1967, 304-313

B736 C.D.Bijelwan, "On the Buddhist laws of identity and causality", Smrtigrantha 20-29

B737 Douglas M. Burns, "Buddhist meditation and depth psychology", Wheel 88/89, 1967, revised 1973, 82 pp.

B738 Edward Conze, Materials for a Dictionary of the Prajnaparamita Literature. Tokyo 1967, 1973

B739 Manijju W.P. DeSilva, A Study of Motivational Theory in Early Buddhism with reference to the Psychology of Freud. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Hawaii 1967

B740 Dorothy C. Donath, "'Destiny'--as understood in Buddhism", MP 4, 1967, 119-121

B741 V.V.Gokhale, "Buddhist studies", RIR75 659-672

B742 Minoru Hara, "Transfer of merit", ALB 31-32, 1967-68, 382-411

B743 Kyosho Hayashima, "Asubha", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 270-281

B744 Gyokusan Hosaka, "Asrava", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 202-214

B745 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Avijja", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 454-459

B746 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The logic of four alternatives", PEW 17, 1967, 69-84

B747 Lalmani Joshi, "The concept of dharma in Buddhism", MB 75, 1967, 342-349

B748 Lalmani Joshi, Studies in the Buddhistic Culture during the 7th and 8th Centuries A.D. Delhi 1967

B749 David J. Kalupahana, "Authority", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 387-390

B750 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Asvabhava", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 292

B752 Upali Karunaratne, "Attha-Patisambhida", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 364-365

B753 W.S.Karunatilleke, "Avatamsaka school", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 432-435

B754 Shozen Kumoi, "Atman", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 3l6-320

B755 Trevor Ling, "Mysticism and nibbana", MW 41, 1967, 163-169

B756 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Asraya", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 214

B757 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Avijnapti", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 460-461

B758 Ramakrishna Puligandla, "Modern physics and Buddhist epistemology", VJP 4.1, 1967, 84-90

B759 S.S.Roy, "Vedanta and Buddhism", AUS 1967, 1-26

B760 Saddhatissa, "The enigma of the theory of anatta", MB 75, 1967, 171-175

B761 Sthavira Sangharakshita, "The stages of the path", MB 75, 1967, 2-15

B762 Sri Nivasa Shastri, "The conception of nirvana from the viewpoint of anatmavada in Buddhist philosophy", KUJ 1.1, 1967, 174-180

B763 Junjiro Takakusu, "Buddhism as a philosophy of 'thusness'", TIM 86-117

B764 H.Thipperudrawamy, "Virasaivism and Buddhism",SBECCV 379-399

B765 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Association", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 227-228

B766 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Asubha-bhavana", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 281

B767 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Attavada", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 328-330

B768 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Atheism", EnBud 2.2, 1967, 304-308

B769 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Atthi-paccaya", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 370-371

B770 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Attributes", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 372-373

B771 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Avacara", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 392-395

B772 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Avigata-paccaya", EnBud 2.3, 1967,453-454

B773 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Avyakata", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 464-466

B774 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Ayatana", EnBud 2.3, 1967, 469-471

B775 V.P.Varma, "The origins of the Samkhya and its relation to Buddhism", VK 54, 1967-68: 75, 133, 176, 218, 271

B776 M.O'C.Walshe, "The truth of rebirth", MW 42, 1967, 11-16

B776.1 F. Berard, "Zur interpretation des pratityasamutpada formal", WZKSOA 12-13, 1968-69, 53-64

B777 Guy Bugault, La notion de 'prajna' ou le sapience selon le perspectives du 'Mahayana'. PICI 32, 1968

B778 Douglas M. Burns, "Nirvana, nihilism and satori", Wheel 117/119, 1968, 95 pp.

B779 George Chemparathy, "Two early Buddhist refutations of the existence of isvara as the creator of the universe', WZKSOA 12-13, 1968-69, 85-100

B780 Edward Conze, Thirty Years of Buddhist Studies. Oxford 1968.

B781 Dorothy C. Donath, "What is reincarnated?", MB 76, 1968, 321-324

B781.1 O. Hansen, "Die buddhistische Literatur der Chotansaken", Handbuch der Orientalistik Literatur IV.Band, 2. Abschnitt, Leiden-Koln 1968, 77- 83

B782 Paul Horsch, "Buddhismus und Upanisaden", Pratidanam 462-477

B783 Kenneth K. Inada, "The ultimate ground of Buddhist purification", PEW 18, 1968, 41-54

B784 Nolan P. Jacobson, The Religion of Analysis: Buddhism. London 1968

B784.1 Bhagchandra Jain, "The concept of omniscience in Buddhism", VSMV 1968, 172-180

B785 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The Buddhist attitude to revelation", MB 76, 1968, 274-280. Also Wheel 162/164, 1971, 33-46

B786 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The Buddhist doctrine of karma", MB 76, 1968, 314-320

B787 Jagdish Kashyapa, The Buddhist Outlook: Special Lectures. Mysore 1968

B788 Toshio Kazama, "Some problems in the historical development of the atman thought", JIBSt 34, 1968, 564-568

B789 Bimal Charan Law, "A brief survey of Buddhist doctrine and philosophy", ABORI 48-49, 1968, 203-218

B789.5 T.M.P.Mahadevan, "Vedanta and Buddhism", VandB 13-24

B790 G.S.P.Misra, "Logical and scientific method in early Buddhist texts", JRAS 1968, 54-64

B791 T.R.V.Murti, "Vedanta and Buddhism", Seminar Papers, Centre for Advanced Studies in Philosophy, Banaras Hindu University 1968. Reprinted in StIndT 197-216; also in VandB 63-82

B792 S.K.Nayakkara, "Bhakti", EnBud 2.4, 1968, 678-684

B793 Marco Pallis, "Is there room for 'grace' in Buddhism", SCR 2, 1968, 194-210

B794 Ram Chandra Pandeya, "Metaphysical foundations of the Buddhist theory of knowledge", ProcIPC 1968, 147-165. Reprinted in RPISP 28-49

B795 Israel Queles, S.J., Filosofia Budista. Buenos Aires 1968

B796 Richard H. Robinson, The Buddhist Religion. Madison, Wis. 1968

B797 H.Saddhatissa, "Salient features of Buddhist metaphysics", MB 76, 1968, 324-327

B798 N.H.Samtani, "On some Buddhist terms beginning with Brahma-", Bh 12-14, 1968-71, 158-164

B799 Anil Kumar Sarkar, Changing Phases of Buddhist Thought. Patna 1968

B799.1 Frithjof Schuon, In the Tracks of Buddhism. London 1968

B800 Francis Story, "The Buddhist doctrine of rebirth in subhuman realms", MB 76, 1968: 28, 58

B801 D.T.Suzuki, On Indian Mahayana Buddhism. Edited by Edward Conze. New York 1968

B802 Taranatha, History of Buddhism in India, translated from Tibetan by Lama Chimpa and Alaka Chattopadhyaya, and edited by Debiprasad Bhattopadhyaya. ISPP 10, 1968: 45,131

B803 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Being", EnBud 2.4, 1968, 608-609

B804 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Karma and rebirth as a solution to the mysteries of life and death", MB 76, 1968, 75-82

B805 Guy R. Welbon, The Buddhist Nirvana and its Western Interpreters. Chicago 1968

B805.5 Andre Bareau, "Les positions du Bouddhisme ancien devant les theses de l'origine de l'universe et de la creation du monde par dieu", Studia Missionalia 18, 1969, 75-85

B806 Nalinaksha Dutt, "The Buddhist theory of flux or becoming", MB 77, 1969, 119-121

B807 S.Dutt, "How India dealt with Buddhism", IAC 18.1, 1969, 4-9

B808 Hugh L'Anson Fausset, The Flame and the Light: Meanings in Vedanta and Buddhism. New York 1969; Wheaton, Ill. 1976

B809 Bhajagovinda Ghosh, "Upanishadic terms in Buddhism", Bulletin of Tibetology 6.3, 1969, 5-18

B809.5 Shoyu Hanayama, Buddhist Handbook for Shin-shu Followers. Tokyo 1969

B810 Kenneth K. Inada, "Some basic misconceptions of Buddhism", IPQ 9, 1969, 101-119

B811 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The conditioned genesis of the individual or the doctrine of paticcasamuppada", MB 77, 1969, 246-251

B812 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The case for the Buddhist theory of survival and kamma", MB 77, 1969 - 78, 1970

B813 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The Buddhist theory of causality", MB 77, 1969, 2-9

B814 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Survival and karma in Buddhist perspective", Wheel 141/143, 1969, 93 pp.

B815 Rune E.A.Johansson, The Psychology of Nirvana. London 1969

B816 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Meditation and philosophy in Buddhism" (summary). TK 44.6, 1969, 2

B816.1 R.N.Kak, "Emptiness and the other doors to deliverance", AP 40, 1969, 112-117

B817 Bernulf Kanitscheider, Grundfragen des buddhistischen Philosophie. Innsbruck 1969

B818 Y.Karunadasa, "The Buddhists' doctrine of impermanence", MB 77, 1969, 213-219

B819 Y.Karunadasa, "The Buddhist theory of matter", MB 77, 1969: 11, 36

B820 Jikaku Kashi, "Der Grundgedanke der Ichlehre in alteren Buddhismus", MatR 3, 1969, 67-86

B821 A.Matsunage, The Buddhist Philosophy of Assimilation. Tokyo 1969

B822 G.C.Pande, "Buddhist philosophy" in Lalmani Joshi et al. (eds.), Buddhism (Patiala 1969)

B823 Viswanath Pandey, "Early Buddhist conception of consciousness", BhV 29, 1969, 49-70

B824 Richard H. Robinson, "Early Buddhist theory of knowledge", JAS 28, 1969, 380-390

B825 H.Saddhatissa, "Concept of rebirth in Buddhism", MB 77, 1969, 135-138

B826 Richard Taylor, "The anatta doctrine and personal identity", PEW 19, 1969, 359-366

B827 Alex Wayman, "No time, great time, and profane time in Buddhism", in Myths and Symbols: Studies in Honor of Mircea Eliade (1969). Reprinted AWBI 49-62

B827.5 E. W. Adikaram, Buddhism and the Doctrine of Hate. Colombo 1970

B828 Y.Balaramamoorty, "Buddhist philosophy" in Rahul Sankrtyayana et al. (eds.), Buddhism: The Marxist Approach (Delhi 1970)

B829 Srimati Apurna Banerji, Traces of Buddhism in South India (c. 700-1600 A.D.). Calcutta 1970

B830 Diren K. Dohanian, "Mahayana cult in ancient Ceylon", ICWTC 423-436

B831 Nalinaksha Dutt, Buddhist Sects in India. Calcutta 1970

B832 V.F.Gunaratne, "Buddhist view of mind", in H.P.Weerasekara and S. Ubhayatne (eds.), Dahan Suwanda Vesak Number. Colombo 1970

B833 A.S.Hanson, "Buddhism and logic", MW 45, 1970, 70-74

B834 Kenneth K. Inada, "Buddhist naturalism and the myth of rebirth", IJPR 1, 1970, 46-53

B836 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Buddhist conception of evil", MB 78, 1970, 82-88

B837 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Criteria of right and wrong", MB 78, 1970, 114-120

B838 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Ethical theory of Buddhism", MB 78, 1970, 192-197

B839 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Buddhist analysis of mind", MB 78, 1970, 234-241. Also Wheel 162/164, 1971, 76-91

B840 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Buddhist ethical ideal or the ultimate good", MB 78, 1970, 262-267

B841 K.N.Jayatilleke, "Nirvana", MW 45, 1970, 112-118. Also MB 79, 1971, 2-7

B841.1 Colin Johnson, "Buddhism and the Bhagavadgita", WB 19.5, 1970, 127-129

B842 L.M.Joshi, Brahmanism, Buddhism and Hinduism. Kandy 1970

B842.1 R.N.Kak, "What dharma means in Buddhism", AP 61.1, 1970, 19-22

B843 David J. Kalupahana, "Causality--the central tenet in Buddhism", MB 78, 1970, 242-248

B843.1 David J. Kalupahana, "Schools f Buddhism in early Ceylon”, CJH1, 1970, 159-190

B844 Chitrarekha Kher, Buddhism as Presented by the Brahmanical Systems. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Poona 1970

B845 R.Mano, "On the 'three jnatas'", JIBSt 36, 1970, 1036-1042

B846 Haruhiko Masaki, "On the concept of sattva and its development", JIBSt 36, 1970, 983-993

B847 A.J.Prince, "The concept of Buddhahood in earlier and later Buddhism". JOSA 7.1-2, 1970, 87-118

B848 Huyen-vi Thich, "Right way to freedom from bondage", WB 18, 1970 - 19, 1970

B849 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Karma and rebirth", MB 78, 1970, 198-206

B850 Henry Van Zeyst, Problems Bared (Essay on Buddhism). Colombo 1970

B851 A.K.Warder, Indian Buddhism. Delhi 1970

B852 Fumimaro Watanabe, "The principles of reasoning and forms of argument in the early Buddhist canon", JIBSt 37, 1970, 469-476

B853 Alex Wayman, "The Buddhist theory of vision", Anjali 27-32. Reprinted AWBI 153-162

B854 Alex Wayman, "Buddhist dependent origination", HistR 10, 1970, 185-203

B855 H.P.Weerasekara and S. Ubhayaratne (eds.), Dahan Suwanda Vesak Number. Colombo 1970

B856 A.C.Banerjee and S.K.Nanayakkara, "Bhumi", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 74-81

B856.1 S. S. Barlingay, Significance of Pratityasamutpada, Samanyalaksan and Apoha. Poona 1971

B857 L.Stafford Betty, "The Buddhist-Humean parallels: postmortem", PEW 21, 1971, 237-254

B857.1 Buddhadasa, Anapanasati--Mindfulness of Breathing. three Volumes. Bangkok 1971, 1976, 1980, 1988

B858 Ashok Kumar Chatterjee, "Pratityasamutpada in Buddhist philosophy", OH 19, 1971, 1-17. Reprinted in his Facets of Buddhist Thought (Calcutta 1975)

B859 Dorothy C. Donath, Buddhism for the West. New York 1971

B59.5 Chandra Kanta Dutt, Nature of Reality in Buddhist Realism: a Comarative Study. 1971. Sumarized in RBS pp. 16-17

B860 Erich Frauwallner, Die Entstehung der buddhistischen Systeme. Gottingen 1971

B861 Anagarika Govinda, "The significance of meditation in Buddhism", MP 8, 1971, 229-235

B862 Herbert V. Guenther, Buddhist Philosophy in Theory and Practice. Baltimore 1972

B863 Neville Gunaratna, "A philosophical approach to the doctrine of kamma", MB 79, 1971, 8-13

B864 V.F.Gunaratna, "Rebirth explained", Wheel 167/169, 1971, 95 pp.

B865 H.Hudson, "Buddhist teaching about illusion", Religious Studies 7, 1971, 41-52

B867 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Bhoga", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 60-62

B868 Upali Karunaratne, "Bija", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 105-108

B869 Upali Karunaratne, "Bhavanga", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 17-20

B870 Gadjin M. Nagao, "On the theory of the Buddha-body (Buddha-kaya)" (summary). TK 45.3, 1971, 1-2. In full at EB 6, 1973, 25-53

B871 Bhikkhu Nanamoli (Osbert Moore), A Thinker's Notebook: Posthumous Papers of a Buddhist Monk. Kandy 1971, 1980

B871.5 Sunthorn Na-Rangs, "Karma", WFBR 8.4, 1971, 12-20

B872 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Bhutatathata", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 97-101

B873 Phra Maha Singhathon Narasabha, Buddhism. A Guide to a Happy Life. Bangkok 1971

B874 V.Pandey, "What is nirvana?", JYI 17, 1971-72, 5-10

B874.1 Richard E. Peterson, "The primacy of non-duality", MW 45.4, 1971,

B875 R.Puligandla, "Buddhist analysis of identity and its psychological implications", MB 79, 1971, 144-157

B876 K.Bhaskara Rao, Taoism and Buddhism. Vijayawada 1971

B877 George Rupp, "The relationships between nirvana and samsara: an essay on the evolution of Buddhist ethics", PEW 21, 1971, 55-68

B878 H.Saddhatissa, "Process of rebirth in Buddhism", MB 79, 1971, 334-338

B879 Melford E. Spiro, Buddhism and Society. London 1971

B880 Th.Stcherbatsky, "Philosophical doctrine of Buddhism", TSFP 9-34

B881 Francis Story, "Nibbana", Wheel 165/166, 1971, 33-49

B882 Ledy Sayadaw, The Requisites of Enlightenment (Bodhipakkhiya Dipani). Translated by Sein Nyo Tun. Wheel 171/174, 1971, 126 pp.

B883 Chhote Lal Tripathi, "The place of atman in Buddhist thought", Darshana 41, 1971, 70-76

B884 P.Vajirana, "The Buddhist doctrine of nibbana", Wheel 165/166, 1971, 1-32

B884.1 Vajirananvarorasa, "Dispassionateness (viraga)", WFBR 8.4, 1971, 6-11

B885 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Bhava", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 10-11

B886 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Bhavana", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 14-15

B887 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Bhaya", 'EnBud 3.1, 1971, 23-24

B888 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Bhuta", EnBud 3.1, 1971, 89-92

B889 Alex Wayman, "Buddhism", HRHHR 372-464

B890 Osamu Yoshida, "The idea of atman--on neti neti atma" (in Japanese with English summary). ToG 41, 1971, 114-131

B891 Sumitrosankar Banerjee, "The development of the Buddhist and Advaita ethics", IPC 17, 1972, 116-124

B891.5 Egerton C. Baptist, The Buddhist Doctrine of Kamma. Colombo 1972

B892 Mervyn Fernando, "Self, reality and salvation in Christianity and Buddhism", IPQ 12, 1972, 116-124

B894 Lalmani Joshi, "Truth--a Buddhist perspective", JRS 4, 1972, 65-76

B895 Yuichi Kajiyama, "The body", EnBud 3.2, 1972, 255-262

B896 T.G.Kalghatgi, "Professor Hiriyanna on Buddhism", MO 5, 1972, 166-172

B897 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Bodhisattva", EnBud 3.2,1972, 224-233

B898 Chitrarekha Khar, "Some aspects of the concept of omniscience (sarvajnata)", ABORI 53, 1972, 175-182

B899 S. Khosla, History of Buddhism in Kashmir. New Delhi 1972

B900 Etienne Lamotte, "Perspective chrétiennes et bouddhiques sur l'acte humain", BCLS 1972, 355-369

B901 Hideo Mineshima, "Die Existenz philosophie Karl Jaspers' und die buddhistische Mystik", JIBSt 21.1, 1972, l-6

B902 G.S.P.Misra, "The Buddhist theory of karman and some related problems", VJP 8.2, 1972, 34-44

B903 A.S.Mourya, "Critique of Buddhism and Vedanta", MB 80, 1972, 526-533

B904 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Bodhicitta", EnBud 3.2, 1972, 184-189

B905 Kunihiko Nishiyama, "Justification of the recognition of Mahayana Buddhism in the Maitreya tradition" (in Japanese with English summary). KDTDR 4.1, 1972, 17-70

B906 Birendra Kumar Singh, The Buddhist Theory of Perception. Ph.D.Thesis, Darbhanga University 1972

B907 Nirmala Chandra Sinha, "Vedanta and Buddhism", BRMIC 24, 1973, 355-369

B908 Donald K. Swearer, "Two types of saving knowledge in the Pali suttas", PEW 22, 1972, 355-372

B909 Daniel Thomas, "The concept of soul in Buddhism", Religion and Society 19.4, 1972, 33-42

B910 Fumimaro Watanabe, "Logical arguments in the Dialogues (suttas)", JIBSt 20.2, 1972, 43-55

B911 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Karma, rebirth and memories of previous lives", MB 80, 1972, 350-356

B912 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Evidence for karma and rebirth", MB 80, 1972, 416-419

B913 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, Buddhism in India and Abroad. Calcutta 1973

B913.1 Andre Bareau, "La notion de personne dans le bouddhisme indien", Problemes de la personne, sous la direction de Ignace Meyerson, Paris 1973, 83-99

B914 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, L'atman-brahman dans le bouddhisme ancien. Publications de l'Ecole Francaise d'Extreme Orient 90, Paris 1973

B915 H. Bechert, "Notes on the formation of Buddhist sects and the origins of Mahayana", GSI 6-18. Reprinted BCCRS 2, 23-34

B916 Caramutto Bhikkhu, "What is reborn--and why?", MW 48, 1973, 71-75

B918 L.S.Cousins, "Buddhist jhana: its nature and attainment according to the Pali sources", Religion 3, 1973, 115-131. Reprinted BCCRS 2, 34-51

B919 K. Dhammananda, "Buddhism is neither a theory nor a mere philosophy", MB 81, 1973, 197-198

B920 M.W.Padmasiri de Silva, Buddhist and Freudian Psychology. Colombo 1973

B921 Douglas A. Fox, The Vagrant Lotus: An Introduction to Buddhist Philosophy. Philadelphia 1973

B922 Neville Gunaratne, "The moral sense (Kant and the Lord Buddha)", Buddhist 43, 1973, 107-111

B923 F.M.Hassnain, Buddhist Kashmir. New Delhi 1973

B924 Isaline B. Horner, "Atta and anatta", StudCompR 7, 1973, 31-34

B925 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Three kinds of affirmation and two kinds of negation in Buddhist philosophy", WZKSOA 17, 1973, 161-176. (Same as MB110)

B926 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Buddha-Nature", EnBud 3.3, 1973, 435-444

B926.1 Kazumitsu Kato, "A reflection on the question as a philosophy of assimilation in Buddhism', JAOS 92.3, 1973, 328-334

B927 G.P.Malalasekara, "Buddha", EnBud 3.3, 1973, 357-380

B928 Phiroz Mehta, "Buddhism and Yoga", MW 48, 1973, 30-38

B929 G.C.Nayak, "The problem of suffering: the Buddhist approach", Anviksiki 6.3-4, 1973, 191-200

B930 Enichi Ocho, "Buddha-kaya", EnBud 3.3, 1973, 423-426

B931 Vishwanath Pandey, "Buddhism and psychotherapy", JYI 19, 1973-74, 99-104

B932 C.S.Ranasinghe, "Influence of Buddhism in Schopenhauer and his contribution to Buddhism", Buddhist 32, 1973, 62-66

B933 H.Saddhatissa, "The root-causes of karma", MB 81, 1973, 175-180

B934 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "The rise and the decline of Buddhism in India", MB 81, 1973, 338-348

B934.5 Lambert Schmithausen, "On the problem of the relation of spiritual practice and philosophical theory in Buddhism", GSI 235-250. Reprinted in BCCRS 1, 242-254

B935 H.Wolfgang Schumann, Buddhism. An Outline of its Teaching and Schools. Translated by Georg Feuerstein. London 1973; Wheaton 1974

B936 Sushanta Sen, "The Buddhist doctrine of no-soul (nairatmya- vada)", VJP 10.1, 1973, 62-77

B937 Silacara, "The doctrine of anatta", MB 81, 1973, 262-265

B938 Donald K. Swearer, "Control and freedom: the structure of Buddhist meditation in the Pali suttas", PEW 23, 1973, 445-456

B939 Koshiro Tamaki, "The fundamental aspect of dhamma in primitive Buddhism", JIBSt 21.2, 1973, 1-9

B940 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Buddhi", EnBud 3.3, 1973, 467-468

B941 Vishwanath Prasad Varma, Early Buddhism and Its Origins. New Delhi 1973

B942 Ian Watson, "Hindu cosmology and modern science: some remarks", StudCompR 7, 1973, 174-177

B943 Amarasiri Weeraratne, "Reincarnation in Buddhist and Christian thought", Buddhist 43, 1973, 149-151

B944 Cyril H. Wilson, "Re-birth--fact or fiction?", MW 48, 1973, 66-71

B945 Benimadhab Barua, Prolegomena to a History of Buddhist Philosophy. Second edition. New Delhi 1974

B946 Beni Madhab Barua, Studies in Buddhism. Calcutta 1974

B947 Wendell C. Beane, "Buddhist causality and compassion", Religious Studies 10, 1974, 441-456

B948 Stephen Beyer (ed. and tr.), The Buddhist Experience: Sources and Interpretations. Encino, Calif. 1974

B949 Edward Conze, "The intermediate world", EB 7, 1974, 22-31

B950 Oscar Botto, Buddha il Buddhismo. Fossano 1974

B952 Jong, "A brief history of Buddhist studies in Europe and America", EB 7, 1974. Published as monograph, Varanasi 1976

B953 David R. Griffin, "Buddhist thought and Whitehead's philosophy", IPQ 14, 1974, 261-284

B954 C. Gudmunsen, "On the Mahayana and Wittgenstein", Religion 4, 1974, 96-103

B955 Neville Gunaratne, "Karma and ethical problems", Buddhist 45.3-4, 1974, 24-27

B956 Christmas Humphreys, Exploring Buddhism. London 1974

B957 Kenneth K. Inada, "Time and temporality--a Buddhist approach", PEW 24, 1974, 171-180. Reprinted ETB 469-478

B957.5 Padmanabh S. Jaini, "On the sarvajnatva (omniscience) of Mahavira and the Buddha", BSIBH 71-90. Reprinted CPBS 97-121

B958 David J. Kalupahana, "The Buddhist conception of time and temporality", PEW 24, 1974, 181-192. Reprinted ETB 479-490

B959 John M. Koller, "On Buddhist views of devouring time", PEW 24, 1974, 201-208. Reprinted ETB 491-498

B959.5 Lewis Lancaster, "Discussion of time in Mahayana texts", PEW 24, 1974, 209-214. Reprinted ETB 499-504

B960 Daigan and Alicia Matsunaga, "The concept of upaya in Mahayana Buddhist philosophy", JJRS 1, 1974, 51-72

B961 Nanananda, The Magic of the Mind. An Exposition of the Kalakarama Sutta. Kandey 1974

B962 Nyanaponika Thera (ed.), The Three Basic Facts in Existence III. Egolessness (anatta). Kandy 1974

B963 Sanjivan Prasad. "Concept of Godhead in Buddhism", IPC 19, 1974, 40-50

B964 N.H.Samtani, "Buddhist nirvana and Upanisadic brahmanirvana", PAIOC 27, 1974, 345-351

B965 Ramakant Sinari, "The experience of nothingness in Buddhism and existentialism", ContIP 273-293

B966 Bhikkhu Sumangala, Buddhist Meditation. Lalitpur, Nepal 1974

B967 James Doyle Thomas, The Self between East and West: Concepts of Self in Mead, Jung and Mahayana Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Claremont University 1974

B968 K.Venkata Ramanan, "Theory and practice in the Buddhist philosophy of Mahayana", PTP 439-446

B969 Alex Wayman, "The indeterminate-state dispute in Buddhism", in BSIBH. Reprinted in AWBI 251-267

B970 Alex Wayman, The Buddhist Tantras: Light on Indo-Tibetan Esotericism. London 1974

B971 David M. Williams, "The translation and interpretation of the twelve terms in the paticcasamuppada", Numen 21, 1974, 35-63

B972 Solomon Abhayasekara, "Process of sense-perception in Buddhism", WB 1975, 31-37

B972.1 Masao Abe, "Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead: a view by a lay student of Buddhism", PEW 25, 1975, 415-428

B973 Robert E. Allinson, "The Buddhist theory of instantaneous beings: the Ur-concept of Buddhism", EB 8.1, 1975, 133-148

B974 P.V.Bapat, "Vohara: vyahara: vyavahara", VRFV 27-33

B975 S.S.Barlingay, "Buddhism and change", RPBSI 71-81

B976 Stephen V. Beyer, "The doctrine of meditation", BAMP 148-158

B977 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, "On the Brahman in Buddhist literature", SVUOJ 18, 1975, 1-8

B978 Donald H. Bishop, "Buddhism", ITAI 115-142

B979 Leonard A. Bullen, "Action and reaction in Buddhist teachings", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 51-66

B980 A.K.Chatterjee, Facets of Buddhist Thought. CalSktColRS 107, 1975

B981 Edward J.D.Conze, "Buddhist prajna and Greek sophia", Religion 5, 1975, 160-167

B982 Francis H. Cook, "Nirvana", BAMP 133-136

B983 K.C.Das, "The Buddhist soul-theory as an intermediary between Samkhya and Advaita Vedanta", JUG 26-27, 1975-76, 1-6

B984 Douglas D. Daye, "Reflexivity and metalanguage games in Buddhist causality", PEW 25, 1975, 95-100

B985 Douglas D. Daye, "Cosmology", BAMP 123-126

B986 Lynn A. De Silva, The Problem of Self in Buddhism and Christianity. Colombo 1975; New York 1978

B987 R.C.Dwivedi, "Buddhist mysticism", RPBSI 100-120

B988 Ryotai Fukuhara, "On svabhavavada", RPBSI 92-90

B989 A.B.G., "The functions of consciousness and the process of perception from the standpoint of Buddhist psychology", MB 83, 1975, 394-399

B990 Luis O. Gomez, "Some aspects of the free-will question in the Nikayas", PEW 25, 1975, 81-90

B991 Nina van Gorkom, "Questions and answers about kamma result", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 67-98

B992 H.V.Guenther, "Mahamudra--the method of self-realization", TJ 1.1, 1975, 5-23

B993 V.F.Gunaratne, "The Buddhist philosophy of change", WB 1975, 11-13

B993.1 Bina Gupta, The Conception of the Self in Hume and Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Southern Illinois University 1975

B994 Amanda W.P.Guruge, Buddhism: The Religion and Its Culture. Madras 1975

B995 G.G.Gyatso, "A study of the non-soul doctrine", JDBSDU 2, 1975, 3-7

B996 Kenneth K. Inada, "Munitz' concept of the world--a Buddhist response", PEW 25, 1975: 309, 351

B997 Kenneth K. Inada, "The metaphysics of Buddhist experience and the Whiteheadian encounter", PEW 25, 1975, 465-488

B998 David J. Kalupahana, Causality: The Central Philosophy of Buddhism. Honolulu 1975

B999 Y. Karunadasa, "The philosophical basis of early Buddhist thought", BQ 8.1, 1975, 10-17

B1000 Nathan Katz, "Kant, Nyaya, the absurd and Buddhism", MB 83, 1975, 358-359

B1001 Lewis R. Lancaster, "The rise of the Mahayana", BAMP 65-68

B1002 Lewis R. Lancaster, "The Prajnaparamita literature", BAMP 69-71

B1003 Lewis R. Lancaster, "Doctrines of the Mahayana", BAMP 72-75

B1004 Lewis R. Lancaster, "The oldest Mahayana sutra: its significance for the study of Buddhist development", EB 18.1, 1975, 30-41

B1005 Joseph Masson, Le bouddhisme: chemin de liberation", Declue de Brouwer 1975

B1006 Donald W. Mitchell, "Buddhist theories of causation-- commentary", PEW 25, 1975, 101-106

B1007 G.S.P.Misra, "Reflections on the Buddhist doctrine of karma", JOI 25, 1975, 47-56

B1008 K.K.Mittal, "Reason and authority in Buddhism as a philosophy", JDBSDU 2, 1975, 21-23

B1009 Bhikkhu Nanasivaka, "Karma--the ripening fruit", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 24-50

B1010 Narada, "Rebirth is a tenet of Buddhism", WB 1975, 18-21

B1011 Nyanaponika Thera, "Reflections on kamma and its fruit", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 111-120

B1012 Piyadassi, "Compassion is the heart of Buddhism", WB 1975, 29-30

B1013 Dickwela Piyananda, "The Buddhist analysis of the living being", MB 83, 1975, 230-233

B1014 J.Barthelemy Saint-Hilaire, Buddhism in India and Sri Lanka. New Delhi 1975

B1015 Sudha Sengupta, "Fragments from Buddhist texts", RPBSI 197-208

B1016 S.M.Shah, "On the etymology of puggala or poggala", Sambodhi 4.3-4, 1975-76, 11-16

B1017 Francis Story, "Action", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 1-10

B1018 Francis Story, "Kamma and causality", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 10

B1019 Francis Story, "Karma and freedom", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 99-105

B1020 Francis Story, "'Collective karma'", Wheel 221/224, 1975, 106-110

B1021 Frederick Streng, "Reflections on the attention given to mental construction in the Indian Buddhist analysis of causality", PEW 25, 1975, 71-80

B1022 Doboom Tulku, "What is nirvana?", translated by G.Kilty and B.Beresford. TJ 1.1, 1975, 87-94

B1022.1 Alex Wayman, "Purification of sin in Buddhism by vision and confession" in G.H.Sastri (ed.), A Study of Klesa (Tokyo 1975). Reprinted UTK 395-416

B1023 Amarasiri Weeraratne, "Indian philosophy and Buddhism", WB 1975, 61-63

B1023.1 Amarasiri Weerate, "Pre-existence, karma and rebirth", WFBR 12.2-3, 1975, 8-36

B1024 Masao Abe, "Non-being and MU in the metaphysical nature of negativity in the East and the West", BandJ 2, 52-60

B1025 Masao Abe, "Buddhist nirvana: its significance in contemporary thought and life", BandJ 2, 61-67

B1026 Solomon Abeysekera, "Thought process preceding death", WB 1976, 53-56

B1027 Cassim R. Agere, "Dharma in Buddhism", MB 84, 1976, 32-39

B1027.1 A.C.Banerjee, "Nibbana: the goal of life in Buddhism", BhM 1, 1976, 55-59

B1027.5 Heinz Bechert, "Buddha-Feld und Verdienstuler tragung Mahayana-ideen i Theravada Buddhisamus Ceuylons”, Bulletin de la Claase des Lettres et des Sciences et Politiques 62, 1976, 27-51

B1027.2 B.D.Bhikshu, Emancipation from the World. Kandy 1976

B1028 Buddharakkheta, "Law of karma and rebirth: a Buddhist perspective", BandJ 2, 95-117

B1028.5 Leonard A. Bu llen, A Technique of Living: based on Buddhist psyhchological principles. Kandy 1976

B1029 Sukumal Chaudhuri, "To practice meditation--why and how?", BandJ 2, 169-173

B1030 C.K.Datta, "The Buddhist theory of causation", QFT 143-149

B1031 Padmasiri de Silva, Tangles and Webs: Comparative Studies in Existentialism, Psychoanalysis and Buddhism. Colombo 1976

B1032 Padmasiri de Silva, "The psychology of emotions in Buddhist perspective", Wheel 237, 1976, 32 pp.

B1032.1 M.J.Dresden, "Khotanese (Saka) manuscripts, a provisional handlist", Varia 1976 (=Acta Iranica 16), Leiden 1977, 27-85

B1033 Michael Edwardes, In the Blowing Out of a Flame. London 1976

B1034 Helmut Eimer, Skizzen des Erlösungsweges in buddhistischen Begriffsreiden. Eine Untersüchung. Bonn 1976

B1035 Balkrishna Govind Gokhale, Buddhism in Maharashtra. A History. Bombay 1976

B1037 Herbert V. Guenther, "The Buddhist path", MandS 85-92

B1038 L.M.Joshi, "Prolegomena on Buddhology", BandJ 2, 121-124

B1039 A.D.P.Kalansuriya, "Wittgenstein, meaning-model and Buddhism", IndPQ 4, 1976-77, 381-392

B1040 David J. Kalupahana, Buddhist Philosophy: A Historical Analysis. Honolulu 1976

B1041 D.J.Kalupahana, "Causality: the central tenet in Buddhism", BQ 9.1, 1976, 3-12

B1042 Bhadant Anand Kausalyayana, "Different schools of Buddhist philosophy", BandJ 2, 217-226

B1042.1 Snoinjo Kawasaki, Indian Buddhism. Tokyo 1976, 1977

B1043 Anoma Mahinde, "Kamma and rebirth", MB 84, 1976, 40-41

B1044 Marjorie C. Miller, "The concept of identity in Justus Buechler and Mahayana Buddhism", IPQ 16, 1976, 87-108

B1045 G.Misra, "Buddhist philosophy of language and its doctrine of apoha", BandJ 2, 13-17

B1046 Krishna Prasad Mishra, "An existentialist approach to Buddhism", BandJ 2, 135-139

B1047 Hajime Nakamura, "A survey of Mahayana Buddhism with bibiliographical notes", JICS 3, 1976: 60-145; 4, 1977, 77-135

B1048 Sunthorn Na-Rangsi, The Buddhist Concepts of Karma and Rebirth. Bangkok 1976

B1049 G.C.Nayak, "Some implications of the noble truths: a philosophical analysis", BandJ 2, 83-90

B1050 K.R.Norman, "Kriyavada and the existence of the soul", BandJ 2, 13-17

B1051 N.C.Padhi, "Nirvana: a problem", BandJ 2, 118-120

B1052 Piyadassi, "Place of meditation in Buddhism", WB 1976, 32-34

B1053 Pradharmamahaviranuvair, "Samadhi", BandJ 2, 125-132

B1054 Vijay Rani, "Law of rebirth in the Buddhist philosophy of no-soul", KUJ 10, 1976, 344-347

B1055 Alec Robertson, "How does the mind function?", WB 1976, 37-42

B1056 Dhaneshwar Sahoo, "Orthodox authority and Buddhism", BandJ 2, 133-134

B1057 Lambert Schmithausen, "On the problem of the relation between spiritual practice and philosophical theory in Buddhism", GSI 2, 235-250

B1058 Arvind Sharma, "A note on the use of the word 'Hinayana' in the teaching of Buddhism", EB 9.2, 1976, 129-133

B1058.1 Mark Siderits, The Formlessness of the Good: Toward a Buddhist Theory of Value. Ph.D.Thesis, Yale University 1976

B1059 Beohar Rajendra Simha, "Buddhism and social responsibility", ICQ 31.3, 1976, 6-11

B1059.1 Rina Shayamacharan Sircar, Psycho-Ethical Aspects of Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, California Institute of Integral Studies 1976

B1060 J.Frits Staal, "Making sense of the Buddhist tetralemma", PhilEW 122-131

B1061 Upendra Thakur, "The last phase of Buddhism in northeastern India", BandJ 1, 83-88

B1062 Alex Wayman, "Aspects of Hindu and Buddhist tantra", TJ 1.3-4, 1976, 32-44

B1063 Paul Younger, "Buddhism and the Indian religious tradition", BandJ 1, 47-52

B1063.2 Martin T. Adam, "The consequences of conequentialism: reflections on recent developments in the study of Buddhist ethics”, WSW

B1063.5 Andre Bareau, "Caityika (school of Buddhism)", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 566-568

B1064 S.S.Barlingay, "Buddhism and change", ABORI 58-59, 1977-78, 459-467

B1064.1 Mireille Benista, "A propos du triratna", BEFEO 64, 1977, 43-82

B1065 R.W.Brockway and R.E.Florida, "Dukkha: a discussion of the Buddhist concept of suffering", BQ 9.4, 1977, 7-15

B1065.1 Buddharaksita, What Meditation Implies. Kandy 1977

B1065.7 Wing-cheuk Chan, "Towards Mahayana phenomenology: Heidegger and Levinas”, WSW

B1066 Ashok Kumar Chatterjee, "Insight and paradox in Buddhist thought", RIT 141-152

B1066.7 Jyotira Dhirasekhara, "Catuparisuddhisila", B1066.7

B1066.8 Jyotira Dhirasekhara, "Calmness", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 607

B1067 Sieglinde Dietz, "Die epistemolographische Literature des indischen Buddhismus", ZDMG Supplement 19, 1977, 818-830

B1068 David Evans, "More on sunnata", PBR 2, 1977, 109-113

B1069 V.F.Gunaratne, "The Buddhist law of karma", MB 85, 1977, 137-140

B1069.1 Anagarika Govinda, "From Theravada to Zen", Bulletin of Tibetology 1977.1, 24-34

B1070 Bina Gupta, "Buddha and Hume: a popular comparison", IPQ 17, 1977, 135-146

B1071 Bina Gupta, "Another look at the Buddha-Hume 'connection'", IndPQ 5, 1977-78, 371-386

B1072 Rita Gupta, "Certain aspects of the causal theories of the Buddhist, Hume and Mill: a comparative study", IndPQ 5, 1977-78, 319-336. Revised and reprinted EDOM 1990, 7-22

B1073 Rita Gupta, "Twelve-membered dependent origination: an attempted reappraisal", JIP 5, 1977, 163-186. Revised and reprinted EDOM 23-32

B1073.5 Ratna Handurakande, "Caturviparyaya(parihara)katha", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 720

B1074 I.B.Horner, "The way to nibbana", MB 85, 1977, 88-90

B1075 Daisaku Ikeda, Buddhism, the First Millennium. Translated by Burton Watson. Tokyo 1977

B1076 U. Jagarabhiwamsa, "What is nibbana?", MB 85, 1977, 20-24

B1077 Bandula Jayawardhane, "Causality", EnBud 4.1, 1979, 1-11

B1078 David J. Kalupahana, "The notion of suffering in early Buddhism compared with some reflections of early Wittgenstein", PEW 27, 1977, 423-431

B1079 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Carana", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 669

B1080 Upali Karunaratne, "Cariya", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 671-672

B1080.1 Upali Karunaratne, "Cariya", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 673-674

B1080.2 Upali Karunaratne, "Cakkhu", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 572-574

B1081 Leslie Kawamura and Keith Scott, Buddhist Thought and Asian Civilization. Emeryville, California 1977

B1081.1 Walter Randolph Kloetzli, The Teaching of Light. Toward a Mahayanist Cosmology and its Place in Buddhist, Indian and Extra-Indian Perspectives. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Chicago 1977

B1082 Thomasine Kushner, "Two bundle theories: a comparison of Hume's idea of the self with the Buddhist doctrine of anatta", Insight 2.2, 1977-78, 41-46

B1083 Etienne Lamotte, "Die bedingte Entstehung und die hochste Erleuchtung", BIEW 279-298

B1084 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "The enigma of Buddhism: duhkha and nirvana", JD 2, 1977, 302-306

B1085 Charlene McDermott, "A comparative investigation of the awareness of duhkha", PEW 27, 1977, 443-448

B1086 John Calhoun Merrill, "Korzybskian semantics and Buddhism: some philosophical parallels", Asian Profile 5, 1977, 453-462

B1087 Kewal Krishan Mittal, "Buddhist view of omniscience", JDBSDU 4, 1977, 20-26

B1088 E.Nandissara Nayaka, "Consciousness in Buddhism", BCWCC 62-66

B1089 Hajime Nakamura, "The problem of self in Buddhist philosophy", RIT 99-118

B1089.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Cakra", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 576-579

B1089.6 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Cakravartin", EnBud 3.4, 1977, 591-596

B1090 G.C.Nayak, "Some implications of the noble truths", MB 85, 1977, 2-9

B1091 Viswanath Pandey, "The Buddhist view of self", BCWCC 52-61

B1092 R.K.Raval, "Some misconceptions about Buddha and their refutation", IndPQ 5, 1977-78, 441-458

B1093 Noble Ross Reat, "Karma and rebirth in the Upanisads and Buddhism", Numen 24, 1977, 163-185

B1094 Alec Robertson, "The realities of life", WB 1977, 19-23

B1095 Satyaprakash, Buddhism: A Select Bibliography. Haryana 1977

B1096 Lambert Schmithausen, "Zur buddhistischen Lehre von der dreifachen Leidhaftigkeit", ZDMG Supplement 19, 1977, 918-931

B1096.5 Gregory Schopen, "Sukhavati as a generalized religious goal in Sanskrit Mahayana sutra literature", IIJ 19, 1977, 177-201. Reprinted FFMBI 154-189

B1097 H. Saddhatissa, "Anatta, the crux of Buddhism", MB 85, 1977, 84-87

B1098 Anima Sengupta, "The central core of Buddhist philosophy", ESOSIP 53-60

B1099 Arvind Sharma, "Buddhism and dialogue in ancient India", BQ 10.1, 1977, 15-22

B1100 R.P.Sharma, "The problem of evil in Buddhism", JD 2, 1977, 307-311

B1101 Nemi Chandra Shastri, "Bhakti cult in Mahayana", PhilR 96-101

B1102 Lilian Silburn (tr.), Le bouddhisme. Librarie Antheme Fayard 1977

B1103 K.P.Sinha, "The theory of momentariness and its defence", JUG 28-29, 1977-78, 45-59

B1104 Ninian Smart, "Nirvana and timelessness", BQ 10.1,1977, 9-14

B1104.1 Anantalal Thakur, "Chala, jati and nigrahasthana and the Buddhist philosophers", JBRS 63-64, 1977-78, 779-787

B1105 Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti, "La doctrine del dharma en il budismo", BAEO 13, 1977, 105-132

B1106 A.K.Warder, "Feudalism and Mahayana Buddhism", in R.S.Sharma and Vivekanand Jha (eds.), Indian Society: Historical Probings. In Memory of D.D.Kosambi (New Delhi 1977), 156-174

B1107 Alex Wayman, "Who understands the four alternatives in the Buddhist texts?", PEW 27, 1977, 3-21. Reprinted in AWBI 225-250; also BWP 450-472

B1108 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Antarabhava--the intermediate state between death and rebirth", MB 85, 1977, 111-116

B1109 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Mahayana Buddhism in Ceylon", WB 1977, 39-43

B1110 W.G.Weeratne, Individual and Society in Buddhism. Colombo 1977

B1111 K.D.P.Wickremasinghe, "The Buddhist view of self", BCWCC 47-51

B1112 N.V.Banerjee, Buddhism and Marxism. New Delhi 1978

B1113 Andre Bareau, "Sufrimiento y condicion humaine en el budismo", Concilium 136, 1978, 307-315

B1114 Heinz Bechert, "Central Asian manuscripts and Buddhist studies", AIFBS 15-16

B1115 N.N.Bhattacharya, "A survey of the studies on Buddhist sects", JDBSDU 5, 1978, 12-19

B1116 Buddhadasa Bhikkhu, "Three universal characteristics", MB 86, 1978, 2-8

B1117 J.W.Boyd, "El sendero de la liberacion de dolor en el budismo", Concilium 136, 1978, 316-328

B1118 John Ross Carter, Dhamma, Western Academic and Sinhalese Buddhist Interpretations. A Study of Religious Concepts. Tokyo 1978

B1119 Sudhakar Chattopadhyaya, Reflections on the Tantras. Delhi 1978

B1120 Deo Brat Chaube, "Mind-body relationship in Buddhist philosophy", BhM 4, 1978-79, 44-46

B1121 R.Corless, "La liberacion budista das de la perspective cristiana", Concilium 136, 1978, 390-407

B1122 D.Dubarle, "Espitirualidad budista y sentido cristiano de Dias", Concilium 136, 1978, 378-389

B1123 H.Dumoulin, "La liberacion en el budismo. Reflexiones sobre la doctrina budista antiqua", Concilium 136, 1978, 329-339

B1123.5 Heinrich Dumoulin, Begenung mit dem Buddhismus. Freiburg im Breslau 1978, 1982, 1991

B1124 Robert Duquenne, "The cosmic elements in Buddhist meditation", TICOJ 23, 1978, 32-48

B1125 Robert Duquenne, "Heterodox views on the elements according to Buddhist testimonies", JIBSt 26.2, 1978, 9-14

B1126 Luis O. Gomez, "Karunabhavani: notes on the meaning of Buddhist compassion", TJ 3.2, 1978, 33-59

B1127 George Grimm, Buddhist Wisdom: The Mystery of the Self. Translated by Carroll Aikins, edited by M. Keller-Grimm. Delhi 1978

B1128 G.G.Gyatso, "The origin and development of the Buddhist philosophical schools", JDBSDU 5, 1978, 20-24

B1129 Roderick Hindery, Comparative Ethics in Hindu and Buddhist Traditions. Delhi 1978

B1130 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The conditioned genesis of the individual", BQ 11.1, 1978 - 11.2-3, 1978-9, 49-64

B1131 K.N.Jayatilleke, "The contemporary relevance of Buddhist philosophy", Wheel 258, 1978, 1-32

B1132 Elvin W. Jones, "Buddhist theories of existents: the systems of two truths", MBMTP 3-45

B1133 Lalmani Joshi, "The meaning of nirvana", JRS 6, 1978, 68-74

B1134 W.S.Karunaratna, "Man in society: the Buddhist view", MB 86, 1978, 9-18

B1135 B.V.Kishan, "Some aspects of Buddhism", SVUOJ 21-22, 1978-79, 89-98

B1136 G.P.Malalasekara, "Philosophical implications of Panca Sila", MB 86, 1978, 156-166

B1137 G.S.P.Misra, "The Buddhist conception of social change and the Buddhist social ethics", Indica 15, 1978, 69-82

B1138 Pradyot Kumar Mukhopadhyay, "Being and being known", CPP 91-101

B1139 Hajime Nakamura, "A survey of Mahayana Buddhism with Bibliographical notes II-IV", JICS 4-5, 1978

B1140 Ashin Nandavumsa, "Significance of insight meditation", CBWTC 56-60

B1141 G.C.Pande, "Reflections on aesthetics from a Buddhist point of view", KCV 3, 113-126

B1142 Raimundo Panikkar, "Sunyata and pleroma: the Buddhist and Christian response to the human predicament", JRS 6, 1978, 16-34

B1143 Walpola Rahula, Zen and the Taming of the Bull. Towards the Definition of Buddhist Thought. London 1978

B1144 Shanta Ratnayaka, "The religious interpretation of nirvana", BQ 11.1, 1978, 20-30

B1144.1 Glyn Richards, "Conceptions of self in Wittgenstein, Hume, and Buddhism: an analysis and comparison", Mon 61.1, 1978, 42-55

B1145 Alec Robertson, "Can one attain nirvana?", Buddhist 48, 1978, 71-74

B1146 M.S.Sangharakshita, "Dialogo entre budismo y critianismo", Concilium 136, 1978, 367-377

B1147 L. Schmithausen, "Zur Struktur des erlosenden Erfahrung in Buddhismus", TVH 121-134

B1148 Tan-Yun Shan, "The fundamental doctrines of Buddhism and meditation", MB 86, 1978, 116-121

B1149 Arvind Sharma, "Tilakkhana: a note", MB 86, 1978, 167-170

B1150 J.L.Shaw, "Negation and the Buddhist theory of meaning", JIP 6, 1978, 59-77

B1151 Karunesha Shukla, "Problems and perspectives in Buddhist research", AIFBS 27-30

B1152 Sanghasen Singh, "A critical note on nirvana", Glory of India 2.2, 1978, 20-23

B1153 Atul N. Sinha, "Buddhist studies in India", AIFBS 12-14

B1154 Geshe Sopa, "Samathavipasyanayuganaddha: the two leading principles of Buddhist meditation", MBMTP 46-65

B1155 E.Steinkellner, "Yogische Erkenntnis als Problem in Buddhismus", TVH 121-134

B1156 Francis Story, "Buddhist mental therapy", MB 86, 1978, 219-228

B1157 Robert A.F.Thurman, "Buddhist hermeneutics", JAAR 46, 1978, 19-40

B1158 Alex Wayman, "Indian Buddhism", JIP 6, 1978, 415-427

B1159 S.Wettimuny, The Buddhist Teaching and the Ambiguity of Existence. Kandy 1978

B1160 Osamu Yoshida, "Dependent origination. Central theory of Buddhism", JICS 5, 1978, 23-47

B1160.1 H.W.Bailey, Dictionary of Khotan Saka. Cambridge 1979

B1161 Andre Bareau, "Benares et le Bouddhisme antique", LSFV 471-476

B1162 H. Bechert, "Buddhistische literatur", EIDI 66-79

B1163 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, "Notes bouddhiques", ITaur 7, 1979, 107-114

B1163.1 Buddharakkhita, "Karma and rebirth", Prajnaloka 1, 1979, 14-18

B1165 Padmasiri de Silva, An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology. London 1979

B1166 Gary Doore, "The 'radically empiricist' interpretation of early Buddhist nirvana", Religious Studies 15, 1979, 65-70

B1166.5 Charles Hartshorne, "'Emptiness' and 'fullness' in Asiatic and Western thought", JCB 6, 1979, 411-420

B1167 R.E.Emmerick, A Guide to the Literature of Khotan. SPBOR 3, 1979. Second edition, revised and enlarged, Tokyo 1992

B1168 Arthur L. Herman, "A solution to the paradox of desire in Buddhism", PEW 29, 1979, 91-94

B1169 Shohei Ichimura and B.P.Kirthisinghe, "Human rights and the Buddhist concept of law and norm", MB 87, 1979, 182-197

B1170 Kenneth K. Inada, "Problematics of the Buddhist nature of self", PEW 29, 1979, 141-148

B1171 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Mahayana Buddhism and the philosophy of prajna", StudPB 197-206. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 89-98

B1172 W.S.Karunaratne, "Change", EnBud 4.1, 1979, 115-123

B1173 W.S.Karunaratyne, "Citta", EnBud 4.1, 1979, 169-180

B1174 C.R.Lama, "Two truths in the Mahayana and meditation", MB 87, 1979, 25-30

B1175 Esho Mikogami, "Some remarks on the concept of arthakriya", JIP 7, 1979, 79-94

B1176 Narada Thera, La doctrine bouddhique de la renaissance. Translated by A.Migot. Paris 1979

B1177 Susmita Pande, "Conceptual background of development of bhakti in Mahayana Buddhism", JDBSDU 6, 1979, 74-85

B1178 Juan Perez-Remon, "The simile of the pith (sara) in the Nikayas and its becoming the anattavada", BAEO 15, 1979, 71-94

B1179 Ismael Quiles, "Nirvana and metaphysical experience", JIABS 2.1, 1979, 91-98

B1180 T.N.Vasudeva Rao, Buddhism in the Tamil Country. Annamalainagar 1979

B1180.1 N. Aiyaswami Sasatri, "Four schools of Buddhism", Prajnaloka 1, 1979, 131-138

B1181 J.-P. Schnetzler, Le Meditation Bouddhique. Bases théoriques et techniques. Paris 1979

B1182 Gregory Schopen, "Mahayana in Indian inscriptions", IIJ 21, 1979, 1-20. Reprinted FFMBI 223-246

B1183 Mark Siderits, "A note on the early Buddhist theory of truth", PEW 29, 1979, 491-500

B1184 Francis Story, "Kamma and causality", MB 87, 1979, 11-17

B1185 A.L.Thakur, "Chala, jati and nigrahasthanas and the Buddhist philosophers", Prajnaloka 47-52

B1185.5 Lobsang Therchen, The Logic and Debate Tradition of India, Tibet, and Mongolia: History, Reader, Resources. Howell, N.J. 1979

B1186 Gishin Tokiwa, "On the tathagata-garbha-paryaya", JIBSt 28.l, 1979, 21-66

B1186.5 Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti, "Samsara, anaditva y nirvana", BAEO 15, 1979, 95-114

B1187 A.K.Warder, "The ghosts' view of nirvana", BK 8, 1979, 169-179

B1188 Alex Wayman, "The twenty reifying views", in StudPB. Reprinted in AWBI 215-224

B1189 Wayne Alt, "There is no paradox of desire in Buddhism", PEW 30, 1980, 521-528

B1189.1 B. Bhikshu, Transcendental Dependent Arising. Kandy 1980

B1190 Donald H. Bishop, "Is there a Buddhist economic philosophy?", MB 88, 1980, 47-55

B1191 S.K.Chakre, "The place of Buddhism in world thought and culture", CBWTC 111-117

B1192 Radhakrishna Choudhury, "Aspects of Buddhist thought", CBWTC 196-201

B1193 Edward Conze, "Contributions in Buddhist thought", IEB 41-52

B1194 U.Dhammaratne, "The mental world in the Buddhist perspective", CBWTC 34-40

B1195 Peter Fenner, The Path of Knowledge (jnanayoga) in Mahayana Buddhism. Durham, England 1980

B1195.5 Mitchell Ginsberg, The Far Shore: Vipassana, the practice of Insight. London 1980; New Delhi 1996

B1196 Chinmoy Goswami, "Time, change and causality: a comparative study between von Wright and Buddhism", Philosophica 9, 1980, 51-62

B1196.1 Rita Gupta, "The Buddhist doctrine of momentariness and its presuppositions", JIP 8, 1980, 47-68; also EDOM 1990, 116-141

B1197 Masaaki Hattori, "Apoha and pratibha", SISDI 61-74

B1198 A.L.Herman, "Ah, but there is no paradox of desire in Buddhism", PEW 30, 1980, 529-532

B1199 Yoel Hoffmann, The Idea of Self--East and West. A Comparison between Buddhist Philosophy and the Philosophy of David Hume. Calcutta 1980

B1199.5 Roger R. Jackson, "Matching concepts", JAAR 57, 1980, 567-589. Translated into Spanish by F. Tola and C. Dragonetti in REB 3, 1992, 57-95

B1200 D.J.Kalupahana, "Causality--the central tenet in Buddhism", Buddhist 51.1, 1980, 5-9

B1201 J.W.Kamstra, "Skilful means as a 'germinative principle'. Some remarks on a concept in Mahayana Buddhism", Numen 27, 1980, 270-277

B1202 Yensho Kanakura, Hindu-Buddhist Thought in India. Translated by Shotaro Iida and Neal Donner. Yokohama 1980

B1202.1 Ananda Kausalyayana, An Intelligent Man's Guide to Buddhism. New Delhi 1980; Nagpur 1992

B1203 Kurt F. Leidecker, "Philosophical basis of Buddhism", Buddhist 51.7, 1980, 3-4, 15

B1204 Dickwela Piyananda Mahathera, "A new interpretation of the doctrine of dependent origination", MB 88, 1980, 58-62

B1205 M.J.Marasingha, "The Buddhist doctrine of karma", Buddhist 51.1, 1980, 13-15

B1206 James P. McDermott, "Karma and rebirth in early Buddhism", KRCIT 165-192

B1207 Kewal Krishan Mittal, "Scientific temper as the Buddhist contribution to world culture", CBWTC 106-110

B1207.5 Jean Nadou, Buddhists of Kasmir. Translated from French byJ.Brereton and Claudine Pieran. Delhi 1980

B1208 Gadjin M. Nagao, "Tranquil flow of mind: an interpretation of upeksa", IEB 245-258

B1209 Ingrid Naiman, "Past karma in the horoscope", AB 101, 1980, 542-546

B1210 Ashin Nanadavumsa, "Significance of insight meditation", CBWTC 56-60

B1211 Seetha Neelaskantam, "Seminar on Mahayana Buddhism", AB 101, 1980, 196-199

B1212 Puspa Niyogi, Buddhism in Ancient Bengal. Calcutta 1980

B1213 Gerhard Oberhammer and Hans Waldenfels, Überlieferungs-struktur und Offenbarung. Publications of the de Nobili Research Library, Occasional Papers 1. Wien 1980

B1214 Gananath Obeyesekere, "The rebirth eschatology and its transformations: a contribution to the sociology of early Buddhism", KRCIT 137-164

B1215 Viswanath Pandey, "Some problems in Buddhist philosophy", MB 88, 1980, 104-105

B1216 W.Rahula, "Psychology of Buddhist meditation", IEB 267-280

B1216.1 Pabitrakumar Roy, "The logic of Buddhist moral discourse", VJR 5, 1980, 29-38

B1217 Frank Reynolds, "Contrasting modes of action: a comparative study of Buddhist and Christian ethics", HistR 20, 1980, 128-146

B1218 Joseph F. Roccasalvo, "Greek and Buddhist wisdom: an encounter between East and West", IPQ 20, 1980, 73-86

B1219 D.Seyfort Ruegg, "Ahimsa and vegetarianism in the history of Buddhism", BSWR 234-241

B1220 Ulrich Schneider, Einführung in den Buddhismus. Dharmstadt 1980

B1221 K.M.Shrivastava, "Contribution of Buddhism to Indian religious systems", CBWTC 202-213

B1222 William Stablein, "The medical soteriology of karma in the Buddhist Tantric tradition", KRCIT 193-216

B1223 P. Amara Thera, "The tangible way to nibbana", MB 88, 1980, 2-9

B1224 Robert A.F. Thurman, "Transcendence and the sacred in the Mahayana middle way", JRS 8.1, 1980, 32-50

B1225 John Visvader, "Reply to Wayne Alt's 'There is no paradox of desire in Buddhism'", PEW 30, 1980, 533-534

B1226 K.N.Upadhyaya, "The impact of the bhakti movement on the development of Mahayana Buddhism", SHB 349-358

B1227 Alex Wayman, "The sixteen aspects of the four noble truths and their opposites", JIABS 3.2, 1980, 67-76. Reprinted AWBI 117-129

B1228 Alex Wayman, "Dependent origination--the Indo-Tibetan tradition", Journal of Chinese Philosophy 7, 1980, 275-300. Reprinted in AWBI 163-192

B1229 Alex Wayman, "Notes on metaphoric transfer", ALB 44-45, 1980-81, 275-285

B1230 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Indian philosophy and Buddhism", Buddhist 50.10, 1980, 10-12

B1231 Amarasiri Weeratne, "Evidence for survival", Buddhist 50.10, 1980, 12-41; 50.11, 1980, 17-19; 50.12, 1980, 13-15; 51.5, 1980, 13-16

B1232 Isshi Yamada, "Premises and implications of 'interdependence' (pratityasamutpada)", SHB 373-400

B1233 Solomon Abeyesekera, "The process of sense-cognition in Buddhism", Buddhist 52.1, 1981, 39-47

B1233.1 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Mahayana Buddhism: its modifications", MB 89, 1981, 109-110

B1234 Arthur L. Basham, "The evolution of the concept of the bodhisattva", BSDB 19-60

B1235 Narendra Nath Bhattacharya, History of Researches on Indian Buddhism. New Delhi 1981

B1236 Maria Boxberg, Ein Grundproblem Menschlicher Existenz. Zur buddhistische Erlösungslehre. Albenberge 1981

B1237 Douglas Dunsmore Daye, "Aspects of the Indian and Western traditions of formal logic and their comparisons", BWP 54-79

B1238 V.N.Deshpande, "Impact of Buddhism on Indian culture", PTG 15.4, 1981, 48-57

B1239 M.W.Padmasiri De Silva, "The conflict between analytic philosophy and existantialism in Buddhist perspective", BWP 121-133

B1240 Paul J. Griffiths, "Buddhist hybrid English: some notes on philology and hermeneutics for Buddhologists", JIABS 4.2, 1981, 17-32

B1240.5 Paul Sheldon Groner, Saicho and the Bodhisattva Precepts. Ph.D.Thesis, Yale University 1979; Ann Arbor 1981

B1241 William Grosnick, "Nonorigination and nirvana in the early Tathagatagarbha", JIABS 4.2, 1981, 33-43

B1242 H.V.Guenther, "Preliminaries for spiritual growth. Psychological implications of the preparatory stage in Buddhism", StIndPh 257-266

B1243 Aruna Haldar, "Buddhism--its rise and development", PBh 1, 1981, 62-75

B1244 Steven Heine, "Dionysus against the Buddha: Nietzche's 'yes' and the Buddhist 'no'", BWP 244-266

B1245 Shohei Ichimura, "Buddhist dialectical methods and their structural identity", JBRS 67-68, 1981-83, 271-282

B1246 Kenneth K. Inada, "Problematics of the Buddhist nature of self", BWP 267-286

B1246.1 Padmanabha S. Jaini, "Tirthamkara-prakrti and the Bodhisattva path", JPTS 9, 1981, 96-104

B1247 A.D.P.Kalansuriya, "On the notion of verification in Buddhism and in logical positivism: a brief philosophical study", BWP 287-305

B1248 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Buddhist view of biological conception", Buddhist 52.1, 1981, 55-56

B1249 Khantipala, Calm and Insight. A Buddhist Manual for Meditators. London 1981

B1250 Karen Christian Lang, "Via Negativa in Mahayana Buddhism and gnosticism", EB 14.1, 1981, 43-60

B1250.5 Trevor Oswald ling, A Dictionary of Buddhism: Indian and South-East Asian. Calcutta 1981

B1250.6 Trevor Ling, The Buddha's Philosophy of Man: Early Indian Buddhist Dialogues. London 1981, 1993

B1251 Lokeshwarananda, "Buddhism and Vedanta", Bulletin of Tibetology 1981.2, 1-33

B1252 Graeme MacQueen, "Inspired speech in early Mahayana Buddhism", Religion 1.1, 1981 - 1.2, 1982.

B1253 N.G.Mahadevappa, "Buddhism and God", PTG 15.4, 1981, 24-29

B1254 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Temporality and timelessness of Buddhist philosophy", BCW 66-70

B1254.5 Charlene McDermott, "Pratityasamutpada: toward a structuralist analysis", JCP 8, 1981, 437-450

B1255 Gadjin M. Nagao, "The bodhisattva returns to this world", BSDB 61-80

B1256 Nanajivaka, "Buddhism and modern philosophies of existence", BWP 328-378

B1257 Steve Odin, "Fantasy variation and the horizon of openness: a phenomenological interpretation of Tantric Buddhist enlightenment", IPQ 21, 1981, 419-436

B1257.1 R. Sri Pathmanatham, "The Buddhist doctrine of kamma", MB 89, 1981, 185-190

B1257.2 Geshe Rabten, The Mind and Its Functions. Edited by Stephen Batchelor. Switzerland 1981, 1992

B1258 Walpola Rahula, "Psychology of Buddhist meditation", Buddhist 52.2, 1981, 6-9; 52.3, 1981, 3-6

B1259 D.Seyfort Ruegg, "On the supramundane and the divine in Buddhism", BWP 421-424

B1260 H. Saddhatissa Maha Thera, "Nibbana", Buddhist 52.1, 1981, 9-21

B1260.1 N.H.Samtani, "Nirvana and akasa: significance of analogy", MB 89, 1981, 83-86

B1261 L. Schmithausen, "On some aspects of descriptions or theories of 'liberating insight' and 'enlightenment' in early Buddhism", SzumJB 199-250

B1262 Sushanta Sen, "Is Buddhism a radical departure from Upanisadic Hinduism?", VQ 47.1-2, 1981, 48-72

B1263 Arvind Sharma, "Rune E.A.Johansson's analysis of citta", JIABS 4.1, 1981, 101-107

B1264 Om Prakash Singh, "Buddhism in the age of Samkara", BCW 160-168

B1264.1 K.P.Sinha, The concept of nirvana in Buddhism", JAssamRS 26, 1981-82, 27-32

B1265 A.Sola-Leris, "Vipassana--Buddhist meditation and insight into the nature of existence", BQ 13.1-2, 1981, 3-9

B1266 Vijay Kumar Thakur, "Significance of the middle way and the noble eightfold path in a changing world", BCW 116-127

B1267 Gishin Tokiwa, "The tathagata entering the womb (garbha)", JIBSt 30.1, 1981, 1-5

B1268 Ringo Tulki, "The Mahayana concept of dharani", TandT 134-137

B1269 Alfonso Verdu, The Philosophy of Buddhism: A 'Totalistic' Synthesis. The Hague 1981

B1271 Karel Werner, "Bodhi and arahattaphala: from early Buddhism to early Mahayana", JIABS 4.1, 1981, 70-86. Reprinted BSAM 167-181

B1271.5 Robert Zeuschner, "The understanding of karma in early Ch'an Buddhism", JCP 8, 1981, 379-426

B1272 Hiroshi Abika, "The aspect of great joy", TPW 1.1, 1982, 8

B1272.1 H.W.Bailey, "A survey of excepted texts of Khotanese literature", in The Culture of the Sakas in Ancient Iranian Khotan (New York 1982), Chapter 4

B1273 Heinz Bechert, "A collection of 'minor' texts from the Buddhist Sanskrit canon", RSSI 89-94

B1273.1 H. Bechert, "Étude de Bouddhisme", Annuaire du College de France 1982-1983, Résumé de Cours et Travaux (Paris 1982), 573-575

B1274 Bela Bhattacharya, "Dependent origination in Buddhism", Bulletin of Tibetology 1982.4, 4-13

B1274.5 Hsueh-li Cheng, "Causality as soteriology: an analysis of the central philosophy of Buddhism", JCP 9, 1982, 423-440

B1275 John B. Cobb, Jr., Beyond Dialogue. Toward a Mutual Transformation of Christianity and Buddhism. Philadelphia 1982

B1276 Gayatri Dasgupta, "Buddhism during the Pala period", Indian Dissertation Abstracts 11.1-2, 1982, 119-121

B1276.5 Jeremy H.C.S. Davidson, An Shyhgan: the Man and His Translations. 1982. Summarized in RBS pp. 53-55

B1277 Paul J. Griffiths, "Notes towards a critique of Buddhist karmic theory", Religious Studies 18, 1982, 277-292. Reprinted IPE 4, 253-268

B1278 C.H.Gunasekere, Sense in Buddhism. 1982

B1279 Anand W.P. Guruge, The Miracle of Instruction. Further Facets of Buddhism. Colombo 1982

B1279.1 John Handley, Buddhism versus Brahmanism. Ph.D.Thesis, New York University 1982

B1280 A.L.Herman, "Two dogmas of Buddhism", JGJRI 38-39, 1982-83, 87-108

B1281 F.J.Hoffmann, "Rationality in early Buddhist four-fold logic", JIP 10, 1982, 309-337

B1282 Frank J. Hoffmann, "The Buddhist empiricism thesis", Religious Studies 18, 1982, 151-158

B1283 Yuichi Kajiyama, "On the meanings of the words bodhisattva and mahasattva in Prajnaparamita literature", IBSDJ 271-286. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 71-88

B1284 David Loy, "Enlightenment in Buddhism and Advaita Vedanta: are nirvana and moksa the same?", IPQ 22, 1982, 65-74. Reprinted BRD 68-79

B1284.1 John Howard Marks, Dispassion and the Ethical Life: An Investigation of Causal and Conceptual Connections among Belief, Desire, Emotion, and the Good (with Frequent Reference to Buddhism). Ph.D.Thesis, University of Connecticut 1982

B1285 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Concept of man: the Buddhist view", IPA 15, 1982-83, 88-95

B1285.0 Sodo Mori, "The Vitandavadins (sophists) as seen in the Pali Atthakathas", Pali Bukkyo Bunka Kenkyu (Kyoto 1987). Reprinted StPaliCom 207-226

B1285.1 Kumato Morita, Lotze's Conception of the Soul Compared with that of Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Yale University 1982

B1286 N. Murugesa Mudaliar, "A Buddhist doubt on the discovery of atman in nistai or meditation", SaivS 17, 1982, 10-15

B1287 Steve Odin, "Alchemical imagination and psychic transformation in Jungian depth psychology and the Buddhist Tantras", IPQ 22, 1982, 265-274

B1288 Louis de la Vallee Poussin, The Way to Nirvana. Six Lectures on Ancient Buddhism as a Discipline of Salvation. BIBS 3, 1982

B1289 Hari Shankar Prasad, The Concept of Time in Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Australian National University, 1982

B1290 Sheo Kumar Singh, History and Philosophy of Buddhism. Patna 1982

B1291 Nirmal C. Sinha, "Buddhism: life and science", BRMIC 33, 1982, 99-103

B1292 Ernst Steinkellner, "The spiritual place of the epistemological tradition in Buddhism", NanB 49, 1982, 1-15. Reprinted BCCRS 5, 259-271

B1293 Biraja K. Tripathi, "Pessimism in Indian philosophy", PTG 17.1, 1982, 1-8

B1294 Keisho Tsukamoto, "A history of northwest India and its Buddhism" (in Japanese with English summary), HBTK 267-368

B1295 Shizuteru Ueda, "Emptiness and fullness in Mahayana Buddhism", EB 15.1, 1982, 9-37

B1296 A.K.Warder, "A strategy for Buddhist research", PBBK 1, 149-170

B1297 Jeffrey D. Watts, "Necessity and sufficiency in the Buddha's causal schema", PEW 32, 1982, 407-424

B1298 Alex Wayman, "The thought of enlightenment and the Bodhisattva path", Dreloma Drepung Loseling Magazine 9-10, 1982-83, 28-36

B1298.1 Alex Wayman, "The meaning of death in Buddhism", Studia Missionalia 31, 1982. Reprinted UTK 311-332

B1299 Susumu Yamaguchi, Mahayana Way to Buddhahood--Theology of Enlightenment. Los Angeles 1982

B1300 Katherine K. Young, "The issue of Buddha as Vedagu, with reference to the formation of the dhamma and the dialectic with the Brahmins", JIABS 5.2, 1982, 110-120

B1301 Zahiruddin Ahmad, "The womb of the Tathagata or Buddhist monism", JOSA 15-16, 1983-84, 27-44

B1301.1 H.W.Bailey, "Khotanese Saka literature", The Cambridge History of Iran, Volume 3.2 (Cambridge 1983), 1230-1243

B1302 Stephen Batchelor, Alone With Others: an Existential Approach to Buddhism. New York 1983

B1303 Angraj Chaudhury, "Elements of Mahayana in the Sutta-Nipata", Prajna-Bharati 3, 1983, 45-52

B1304 Henry Cruise, "Early Buddhism: some recent misconceptions", PEW 33, 1983, 149-166

B1304.1 Bimala Das, "Anote on the Buddhist concept of causality in the light of some views of Western philosophers", JAssamRS 27, 1983, 47-51

B1305 Satchidananda Dhar, "The impact of Buddhism on Indian life", BRMIC 34, 1983: 99, 123, 155

B1305.1 S.H.Divatia, "Some remarks about Buddhist philosophy:, GRSJ 45.2, 1983, 24-34

B1306 R.C.Dutt, Buddhism and Buddhist Civilization in India. Delhi 1983

B1306.1 Philip M. Eden, "The early development of Mahayana Buddhism", MB 57, 1983, 77-82

B1307 Mirko Fryba, "Focusing der Achtsamkeit and sati meditation", Bodhi Baum 8.1, 1983, 13-16

B1308 Swati Ganguli, "A study on pratityasamutpada", JDBSDU 7, 1983, 21-26

B1309 Henpitigedera Gnanawasa, "Causes and conditions of survival-- the dhamma way", YB 1983, 179-182

B1310 Anagarika Govinda, Buddhistische Reflexionen. Wege der Befreiung ohne Verleugnung der eignenen Wurzeln. 1983

B1311 Paul John Griffiths, Indian Buddhist Meditation Theory. History, Development and Systematization. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin 1983

B1312 Victor A. Gunasekere, "Pre-existence, re-incarnation, and re-birth", YB 1983, 45-48

B1313 Ananda W.P. Guruge, "Buddhist approach to survival and development", YB 1983, 87-96

B1314 Peter Harvey, "Developing a self without boundaries", BudSR 1, 1983-84, 115-126

B1314.1 A. L. Herman, "Two dogmas of Buddhism", Darshana 23.1, 1983, 43-59. Reprinted PaliBud 1996, 159-174

B1315 Akira Hirakawa, "Manjusri and the rise of Mahayana Buddhism", Journal of Asian Studies (Madras) 1.1, 1983, 12-33

B1316 Paul Hoornaert, "Vikalpa and nirvikalpa--the Bodhisattva's search for truth" (in Japanese with English summary), TISGR 10, 1983, 59-77

B1317 Nolan Pliny Jacobson, Buddhism and the Contemporary World. Carbondale 1983

B1318 Lal Mani Joshi, Discerning the Buddha. A Study of Buddhism and the Brahmanical Hindu Attitude to It. New Delhi 1983

B1319 Nathan Katz, "Buddhism and Marxism on alienation and suffering", IndPQ 10, 1983, 255-262

B1319.1 Sister Khema, Meditating on No Self. Kandy 1983

B1320 Winston L. King, "The existential nature of Buddhist ultimates", PEW 33, 1983, 263-272

B1321 Randy Kloetzli, Buddhist Cosmology. Delhi 1983

B1322 Etienne Lamotte, "The assessment of textual authority in Buddhism", BudSR 1, 1983-84 - 2, 1985

B1323 David Loy, "The difference between samsara and nirvana", PEW 33, 1983, 355-366

B1324 Gayatri Sen Majumdar, Buddhism in Ancient Bengal. Calcutta 1983

B1325 M.J. Marasinghae, "Buddhist theory of knowledge of the 'invisible world'", Buddhist 54.1, 1983, 24-26

B1326 Bruce Matthews, Craving and Salvation. A Study in Buddhist Soteriology. SR Supplement 13 (Canada) 1983

B1326.1 K.N.Mishra, "Advaya (-non-dual) in Buddhist Sanskrit", TJ 13.2, 1983, 3-11

B1327 Prabhakar Mishra, "The meaning of the word tathagata (in Buddhism)", PBh 3.2, 1983, 77-84

B1327.5 Sodo Mori, "Attakacariyas and Atthakathikas", JIBS 31.2, 1983. Reprinted StPaliCom 237-252

B1328 Gadjin Nagao, "The Buddhist world-view as elucidated in the three-nature theory and its similes", EB 16.1, 1983, 1-18

B1329 Narada, "The importance of compassion", YB 1983, 113-114

B1330 Philip Olson, "Prajnaparamita and intellectual intuition", JBP 1, 1983, 347-368

B1331 Sung Bae Park, Buddhist Faith and Sudden Enlightenment. Albany 1983

B1332 Diwakar Pathak, "An examination of the unspeakable: Buddhism versus logical positivism", PBh 3.2, 1983, 37-44

B1333 A.Piatigorsky, "Some remarks on 'other stream'", BSAM 124-152

B1334 Reginald Ray, "Yoga-typologie und die Frage des Buddhismus bei Eliade", SNDU 433-456

B1335 Gregory Schopen, "The generalization of an old yogic attainment in medieval Mahayana Sutra literature: some notes on jatismara", JIABS 6.1, 1983, 109-147. Reprinted FFMBI 190-222

B1336 Kakusho Ujike, "On the penetration of dharmakaya and dharmadesana--based on the different ideas of dharani and tathagatagarbha", JIBSt 32.1, 1983, 1-7

B1337 Leonard W.J. van der Kuijp, Contributions to the Development of Tibetan Buddhist Epistemology (from the eleventh to the thirteenth century). Wiesbaden 1983

B1337.5 Alex Wayman, "Dependent origination–the Indo-Tibetan tradition", JCP 7, 1983, 275-300

B1338 R.J.Zwi Werblowsky, "The non-self in its Absoluteness", YB 1983, 57-58

B1339 J.E.White, "Is Buddhist karma theory false?", Religious Studies 19, 1983, 223-228

B1340 K.D.P.Wickremasinghe, "The Buddhist view of life", CBWCC 218-222

B1341 Biswanath Banerjee, "The concept of bodhicitta", Rtam 16-18, 1984-86, 413-418

B1341.1 B. N. Banerjee, "Study of some aspects of later Buddhism", Bodhi-Rasmi 94-98

B1342 P.V.Bapat, "Self and the ineffable in early Buddhism", Amrtadhara 473-474

B1343 S.S.Barlingay, "Dialectics: Buddhist and Marxist", RPRP 21-34

B1343.1 P.R.Barua, "The noble eight-fold path and the Buddhist layman", JASP 29.2, 1984, 61-72

B1343.2 Stephen Batchelor, Flight: An Existential Conception of Buddhism. Kandy 1984

B1344 V.K.Bharadwaj, "Rationality, argumentation and embarrassment: a study of four logical alternatives (catuskoti) in Buddhist logic", PEW 34, 1984, 303-320

B1345 S.R.Bhatt, "Sarupya as pramana in Buddhist epistemology", RandP 191-198

B1345.1 S.R.Bhatt, "The Buddhist theory of inference", Bodhi-Rasmi 74-80

B1346 John Blofeld, "The doctrine of one mind", YB 1984, 93-96

B1347 Thera Bodhi, "Merit and spiritual growth", YB 1984, 149-154

B1348 Thera Bodhi, "The development of wisdom", YB 1983, 41-64

B1349 Claudia Braun, Buddhistische Erziehung. 1984

B1349.5 Michael von Bruck, The Emerging Holisltic Paradigm in te Light of Buddhist Sunyavada and the Christian Trinity. East-Wewst Religionsi n Enconter 1984

B1350 Buddhadasa, "Die wahre Natur aller Dinge", Bodhi Baum 9.4, 1984, 239-242

B1350.1 Colette Caillat, "Notes bibliographiques: quelques publications récentes consacrées aux traditions manuscrites du bouddhisme indien", Bulletin d'Etudes Indiennes 2, 1984, 61-71

B1351 John Ross Carter, "Beyond 'beyond good and evil'", BSHHS 41-55

B1352 A.K.Chatterjee, "The concept of sarupya", ASBP l-17

B1352.1 A.K.Chatterjee, "The concept of sarupya in Buddhist philosophy", Bharati n.s. 2, 1984, 43-51

B1352.2 Heramba Chatterji (Shastri), "The altruistic concept of Mahayanism as reflected kin the doctrine of Bodhisattva", JDPaliUC 2, 1984-85, 59-66

B1352.3 K.N.Chatterji, "Law of causation in Buddhism", Bodhi-Rasmi 81-84

B1353 S.K.Chattopadhyay, "Some incongruities and inadequacies of Buddhist enlightenment", ASBP 18-22

B1354 John B. Cobb, Jr., "Can a Buddhist be a Christian, too?", DGTS 1-20

B1355 L.S.Cousins, "Samatha-yana and vipassana-yana", BSHHS 56-68

B1356 Lily de Silva, "Self-identification and associated problems", BSHHS 69-76

B1356.1 Padmasiri de Silva, "Conflict", EnBud 4, 1984, 227-232

B1356.2 J.D.Dhirasekhera, "Concentration", EnBud 4, 1984, 206-208

B1356.3 J.D.Dhirasekhera, "Craving", EnBud 4, 1984, 261-262

B1356.4 J.D.Dhirasekhera, "Dandakamma", EnBud 4, 1984, 310-312

B1356.5 J.D.Dhirasekhera, "Dasakammapatha", EnBud 4, 1984, 322-323

B1356.6 J.D.Dhirasekhera, "Defilements", EnBud 4, 1984, 353-355

B1357 Sieglinde Dietz, Die buddhistische Briefliteratur Indiens. Asiatische Forschungen 84. Wiesbaden 1984

B1358 S.H.Divatia, "Buddhist philosophy", PTG 17.4, 1984, 32-45

B1359 R.C.Dwivedi, "Buddhist mysticism", PSA 152-171; also Rtam 16-18, 1984-86, 97-114

B1359.9 Stephen C. Berkowitz, "What the Buddhologist taught: a review essay", MTSR 13, 2001, 310-333

B1359.9.1 David Galin, "The concepts 'self', 'person' and 'I' in Western psychology and in Buddhism", BandS 107-144

B1360 S.N.Goenka, "This is the way to end dukkha", MB 92, 1984, 111-113

B1361 B.G.Gokhale, "On the Buddhist concept of attha", RSAI 47-59

B1362 Gunter Gronbold, Der Buddhistische Kanon: Eine Bibliographie. Wiesbaden 1984

B1363 H. Gunaratana, "Understanding through meditational experiences", MB 92, 1984, 156-162

B1364 Victor A. Gunasekere, "The essentials of Buddhism", YB 1984, 85-92

B1365 Richard P. Hayes, "The question of doctrinalism in the Buddhist epistemology", JAAR 52, 1983-84, 645-670. Reprinted IPE 4, 187-212

B1366 Hiranmayananda, "Dhamma in Buddhism", VK 71, 1984, 421-424

B1366.1 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Conditionality", EnBud 4, 1984, 219-221

B1366.2 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Correlations", EnBud 4, 1984, 255-257

B1366.3 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Cosmology", EnBud 4, 1984, 257-259

B1366.4 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Creation, theory of", EnBud 4, 1984, 262-263

B1367 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Stupa, the mother of Buddhas and Dharma body" in NPBR 9-16. Reprinted StudBudPhilos 45-52

B1367.1 D.J.Kalupahana, "Consciousness", EnBud 4, 1984, 233-242

B1368 B. Kar, "Anatma and karma in Buddhist philosophy", ASBP 23-36

B1368.1 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Cuti-citta", EnBud 4, 1984, 273-274

B1368.2 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Dasabala", EnBud 4, 1984, 314-318

B1368.3 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Death", EnBud 4, 1984, 331-335

B1368.4 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Contentment", EnBud 4, 1984, 243-244

B1368.5 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Continuity", EnBud 4, 1984, 244-246

B1368.6 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Conception", EnBud 4, 1984, 218-219

B1368.7 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Compassion", EnBud 4, 1984, 201-205

B1368.8 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Concept", EnBud 4, 1984, 208-218

B1368.9 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Debate", EnBud 4, 1984, 336-344

B1368.10 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Delight", EnBud 4, 1984, 358-359

B1369 U. Kariyawasan, "Concept of nirvana", MB 92, 1984, 23-24

B1369.1 Indumatie Karunaratne, "Courage", EnBud 4, 1984, 259-261

B1369.2 Upali Karunaratne, "Conscience", EnBud 4, 1984, 232-233

B1370 Nathan Katz, "Prasanga and deconstruction: Tibetan hermeneutics and the yana controversy", PEW 34, 1984, 185-204

B1370.5 Leslie S. Kawamura, A Buddhism Primer: Buddha, Dharma, Sangha. Calgary 1984

B1371 Sallie B. King, "The Buddha nature: true self as action". Religious Studies 20, 1984, 255-268

B1372 Y. Krishan, "Buddhism and belief in atma", JIABS 7.2, 1984, 117-132

B1372.1 Y. Krishan, "Anatmavada and the doctrines of karma, punarbhava and bhumis", Bodhi-Rasmi 70-71

B1372.5 Hans Kung, Josef van Ess, Heinrich von Scietencron, Heinz Bechert, "Buddhist perspectives" in Christentum und Weltreligionen. Hinführung zum Dialog mit Islam, Hinduismus und Buddhismus (Munich 1984), 415-434, 465-478, 508-525, 560-576, 615-616. Buddhism sections reprinted Munich/Zurich 1995, pp. 22-421, 72-85, 115-132, 167-183

B1373 Etienne Lamotte, "Mahayana Buddhism" in Heinz Bechert and Richard Gombrich (eds.), The World of Buddhism. Buddhist Monks and Nuns in Society and Culture. (London 1984), 90-93

B1374 G.P.Malalasekera, "The law of karma", BCON 19-26

B1374.5 Victor Mansfield, "Time and impermanence in Middle Way Buddhistm and modern physics", BandS 305-324

B1375 Jay McDaniel, "Mahayana enlightenment in process perspective", BAT 50-69

B1376 N.K.G.Mendis, "How to react to our suffering", YB 1984, 147-148

B1377 Katsumi Mimaki, "Sadhyasama, a problem in Indo-Tibetan logics" (in Japanese with English summary). TK 47.8, 1984, 567-592

B1378 G.Misra, "Buddhist philosophy of language and its doctrine of apoha", ASBP 70-80

B1379 G.Misra, "Buddha, Buddhist philosophy and how we teach Buddhist philosophy", ASBP 81-87

B1380 G.S.P.Misra, Development of Buddhist Ethics. Delhi 1984

B1380.5 K.K.Mittal, "Buddhist view of relation", Bodhi-Rasmi 85-88

B1381 E.Nandisvara and Thera Nayaka, "Birth, enlightenment, parinirvana", MB 92, 1984, 40-47

B1381.1 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Confidence", EnBud 4, 1984, 223-226

B1381.2 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Controversies", EnBud 4, 1984, 248-251

B1381.3 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Conviction", EnBud 4, 1984, 253-255

B1381.4 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Crime and punishment", EnBud 4, 1984, 264-267

B1381.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Deathlessness", EnBud 4, 1984, 335-336

B1381.6 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Decay", EnBud 4, 1984, 344

B1381.7 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Deliverance", EnBud 4, 1984, 359-362

B1382 Narayan Chandra Padhi, "Karma doctrine in Buddhism", with comments by Saroj Kumar Mohanty. ASBP 88-101

B1383 Raghavendra Pandeya, Major Hetvabhasas: A Formal Analysis (with reference to Nyaya and Buddhism). Delhi 1984

B1384 Om Prakash Pathak, "Eight persons in the path of nibbana" (summary). PAIOC 32, 1984-85, 217-217

B1384.1 H.R.Perera, "Cutupapata-Nana", EnBud 4, 1984, 274-275

B1384.2 L.P.N.Perera, "Conceit", EnBud 4, 1984, 205-206

B1384.3 L.P.N.Perera, "Control", EnBud 4, 1984, 247-248

B1385 Alexander Piatigorsky, The Buddhist Philosophy of Thought. London 1984

B1386 Prahlad Pradhan, "Duhkha samudaya or orgination of suffering", ASBP 102-104

B1387 Sudarshan Pujari, "Understanding Buddhism with special reference to dhamma", ASBP 124-136

B1388 Shanta Ratnayaka, "Is Whitehead a neo-Buddhist?", BSHHS 219-227

B1389 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "The origin of Mahayana", RSSE 148-159

B1389.5 Shanti Bhikshu Shastri, "The law of karma in Buddhism", Bodhi-Rasmi 72-73

B1390 Gregory Schopen, "Two problems in the history of Indian Buddhism: the layman/monk distinction and the doctrine of the transference of merit", SII 9-48

B1391 Nils Simonsson, "Reflections on the grammatical tradition in Tibet and its connection with Indian Buddhist speculation on language", ITaur 12, 1984, 185-190

B1391.1 K.D.Somaratne, "Contemplation", EnBud 4, 1984, 242-243

B1392 Jikido Takasaki, "On Buddha-nature", YE 10.1, 1984, 21-24

B1393 Tadashi Tani, "A conflict between logical indicators in the negative inference (svabhavanupalabdhivadin vs. vyapakanupalabdhi-vadin)", JIBSt 32.2, 1984, 18-24

B1393.5 Lobzang Tharchin, King Udayana and the Wheel of Life: the History and Meaning of the Buddhist Teaching of Dependent Origination. Howell, N.J. 1984

B1393.7 Mahesh Tiwary, "Parinibbana", Bodhi-Rasmi 89-93

B1394 Gishin Tokiwa, "The tathagatagarbha as the fundamental subject of the four satyas", JIBSt 33.1, 1984, 13-18

B1394.5 L.T.Duboom Tulku, "Atman: the basis of debate between the Buddhists and the Hindus", Bodhi-Rasmi 65-69

B1394.7 J. N. Upadhyaya, "Relevance of God: a Buddhist view", Bodhi-Rasmi 99-101

B1395 M. Vajiranana, "Buddhism on the nature of existence", MB 92, 1984, 175-179

B1395.00 William S. Waldron, "Common ground, common cause: Buddhismt and science on the afflictions of identity", BandS 145-194

B1395.0 Alex Wayman, "No time, great time, and profane time in Buddhism", AWBI 269-285. Reprinted ETB 689-706

B1395.1 W.G.Weeratne, "Dana", EnBud 4, 1984, 307-310

B1395.2 Senarat Wijayasundara, "Darsana", EnBud 4, 1984, 312-314

B1395.2.5 Shingyo Yoshimoto, "The convertible terms of nirodha-satya", ARROU 37, 1984, 8-9

B1395.3 P.R.Barua, "An introduction to Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhism", JASP 30.2, 1985, 13-16

B1395.4 Fillita Bharuche, "Pratityasamutpada and its implications in terms of a logico-empirical representation", Darshana 25.1, 1985, 35-53

B1396 K. Bhattacharya, "Notes bouddhiques", JA 274, 1985-86, 291-300

B1397 Jens Braarvig, "Dharani and pratibhana: memory and eloquence of the Bodhisattvas", JIABS 8.1, 1985, 17-30

B1398 H.N.Chatterjee, "Notes on the Buddhist concept of ahimsa", JDPaliUC 3, 1985-86, 29-34

B1399 Bruno de Jesse, "Buddhism and the Vedanta--two surfaces of the mirror", StudCompR 17, 1985, 82-89

B1400 Malcolm David Eckel, "Gratitude to an empty savior: a study of the concept of gratitude in Mahayana Buddhist philosophy", HistR 25, 1985, 57-75

B1400.5 Heinrich Dumoulin, Zen Buddhism: A History. Volume I: India and China. In German, Bern 1985. In English New York 1988, 1994

B1401 Ruben L.F. Habita, "On dharmakaya as ultimate reality: prolegomenon for a Buddhist-Christian dialogue", JJR 12, 1985, 207-232

B1401.1 M. Hahn, "Vorläufe Überlegungen zur Schulzugehörigkeit einiger buddhistischen Dichter", ZSEBD 239-257

B1402 Shu Hikosaka, "Buddhism in Tamil natu: some introductory remarks", JAsSt 2.2, 1985, 45-90

B1403 Frank J. Hoffman, "Buddhist belief 'in'", Religious Studies 21, 1985, 381-388

B1403.5 Daisaku Ikeda, Le bouddhisme, le premier millenaire. Translated by Rene de Berval. Monaco 1985

B1404 Kenneth K. Inada (ed.), Guide to Buddhist Philosophy. Boston 1985

B1404.1 Kenneth K. Inada, "Two strains in Buddhist causality", JCP 12, 1985, 49-56

B1405 Alex Kennedy (Dharmachari Subhuti), The Buddhist View. London 1985

B1405.5 Sensho Kimura, "Kumarajiva's translation of Buddhist texts", ARROU 38, 1985, 3-5

B1406 Minoru Kiyota, "Tathagatagarbha thought: a basis of Buddhist devotionalism in East Asia", JJRS 12, 1985, 207-232

B1406.1 Tai-Wo Kwan, A Study of the Teaching Regarding the Pure Land of Aksobhya Buddha in Early Mahayana. Ph.D.Thesis, University of California at Los Angeles 1985

B1407 S.V.Limaye, "Concept of trikaya in Buddhism", PTG 20.1, 1985, 44-52

B1408 Trevor Ling, "Buddhist social ethics", BRMIC 36, 1985: 221, 247, 271

B1409 Bandu Madanayake, "Is there consciousness in nibbana?", NPBR 17-25

B1410 M.S.Moray, History of Buddhism in Gujarat. Ahmedabad 1985

B1410.5 Sodo Mori, "Review of Friedgaard Lottermoser, Quoted Verse Passages in the Works of Buddhaghosa", Bukkyo Kenkhu 15, 1985. Reprinted StPaliCom 157-178

B1411 Hajime Nakamura, "Intuitive awareness: issues in early mysticism", JJRS 12, 1985, 119-140

B1412 V.S.Naravane, "The Buddhist element in modern Indian thought and culture", IAC 34.1-2, 1985, 11-39

B1412.0 Amalia Pezzali, "Le legge del pratityasamutpada nel budismo indiano: karma e samsara", SOL 2, 1984-85, 87-102

B1412.1 S.S.Raghavachar, "Buddhism and Uttaramimamsa", TL 8.4, 1985. 40-45

B1412.2 L. Sander and E. Waldschmidt, Sanskrithandschriften auf den Turfan funden V. Verzeichnis der orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland 10.5 (Stuttgart 1985)

B1413 Sangharaksita, The Eternal Legacy. An Introduction to the Canonical Literature of Buddhism. London 1985

B1414 Sudha Sengupta, Buddhism in the Classical Age (c. 400-750 A.D.). Delhi 1985

B1415 Arvind Sharma, Spokes of the Wheel. Studies in Buddha's Dharma. New Delhi 1985

B1416 P.S.Sastri, T.S.Eliot, Vedanta and Buddhism. Vancouver, B.C. 1985

B1417 Kenneth K. Tanaka, "Simultaneous relation (sahabhuhetu): a study in Buddhist theory of causation", JIABS 8.1, 1985, 91-111

B1417.0 Phuntsok Tshering, A Study of the (Rise of) Sects of Buddhism in Tibet, 800 to 1600 A.D. 1985. Summarized in RBS pp. 67-69

B1417.1 Alan Webber, Philosophy and Liberation. A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Classical Buddhism and Platonic Philosophy. Ph.D.Thesis, University of California at Irvine 1985

B1417.2 Atmarupananda, "Ascending the bodhisattva's altar of cosmic sacrifice", PB 91, 1986, 464-472

B1417.5 Rene de Berval, Presence du bouddhisme. Paris 1986

B1417.6 Roderick S. Bucknell and Martin Stuart-Fox, Twilight Language: explorations in Buddhist Meditation and Symbolism. London 1986

B1418 Andre Bareau, "Étude du bouddhisme" in Annuaire du College de France 1986-1987. Résumé du Cours et Travaux (Paris 1986-87), 535-546

B1418.5 Jens Braarvig, "Development of mental complexity as suffering in Samkhya and Buddhism", Kalyanamitraraganam 49-56

B1419 Fritz Buri, "A comparison of Buddhism and Christianity according to a history of problems", BCD 15-34

B1420 K.N.Chatterjee, "Pratitya-samutpada", Pratityasamutpada 284-288

B1421 K.N.Chatterjee, "Pratitya-samutpada and other schools of philosophy", Pratityasamutpada 337-346

B1422 Angraj Chaudhury, "Buddhism and pragmatism", VIRB 5, 1986, 250-254

B1422.1 Eric Cheetham, "The bodhicitta in Indian Mahayana", 60, 1985-86, 5-10

B1422.2 S. R. Goyal, Harsha and Buddhism. Meerut 1986

B1423 Mangala Chinchore, "Some epistemological and social implications of ksanikata", ABORI 67, 1986, 57-76

B1424 J.C.Cleary, "Trikaya and trinity: the mediation of the absolute", Buddhist-Christian Studies 6, 1986, 63-78

B1425 Roger J. Corless, "The mutual fulfillment of Buddhism and Christianity in co-inherent superconsciousness", BCD 115-138

B1425.00 Pio Filippani-Roncani, La vie del Buddhismo. Roma 1986

B1425.01 Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber, Lexikon des ostlichen Weisheitlehren: Buddhismus, Hinduismus, Taoismus, Zen. Bern 1986, 1992. Translated into English as The Rider Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion: Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Zen. London 1989, Boston 1994

B1425.0 John Frederick, "'Does the Tathagata exist after death?'", MW 61, 1986-87, 241-246

B1425.0.5 Jesus Lopez Gay, "El Bodhisattva en las sutras de Mahayana", BAEO 22, 1986, 257-284

B1425.1 Paul J. Griffiths, On Being Mindless: Buddhist Meditation and the Mind-Body Problem. La Salle, Ill. 1986

B1426 Ruben L.F. Habito, "On the notion of dharmakaya: a study in the Buddhist Absolute", JD 11, 1986, 348-378

B1426.1 Kazi Nurul Islam, "Some observations on the Buddhist view of salvation", DUS 43.2, 1986, 23-30

B1427 Roger Jackson, "Dependent origination and emptiness: a Westerner's response", Pratityasamutpada 289-298

B1427.5 Nolan Pliny Jacobsen, Understanding Buddhism. Carbondale 1986

B1428 L.M.Joshi, "Significance of pratityasamutpada", Pratityasamutpada 257-264

B1429 B.V.Kishan, "The Buddhist theory of pratityasamutpada: some reflections", Pratityasamutpada 279-283

B1430 David Loy, "The Mahayana deconstruction of time", PEW 36, 1986, 13-24

B1431 John C. Maraldo, "Hermeneutics and historicity in the study of Buddhism", EB 19, 1986, 17-43

B1432 Dilip Kumar Mohanta, "Non-soul theory of Buddhism: its meaning and significance", JDBSDU 10, 1986, 75-86

B1433 Harsh Narain, "Pratitya-samutpada as pre-established harmony", Pratityasamutpada 299-305

B1434 Hajime Nakamura, "The goal of meditation", JJR 13, 1986, 63-80

B1435 Nanajivako, "The ethos of knowledge in Kantian and in Buddhist philosophy. Remarks on some theories from the standpoint of European philosophy", KS 77, 1986, 59-83

B1436 Roy W. Perrett, "The Bodhisattva paradox", PEW 36, 1986, 55-60

B1437 H.S.Prasad, "Buddhism and Marxism: some points of differences ", JDBSDU 10, 1986, 41-46

B1438 Rajendra J.P.Priyadarshi, "Philosophical developments of modern physics and the Buddha's theory of pratityasamutpada", Pratityasamutpada 265-278

B1439 Reginton Rajapakse, "Buddhism as religion and philosophy", Religion 16, 1986, 51-56

B1440 Pavitra Kumar Roy, "Two anthropologies: Buddhism and Marxism", VJP 23.1, 1986, 52-59

B1440.1 Hammavala Saddhatissa, "Buddhist ethics and its philosophy", MB 94, 1986, 65-71

B1441 N.H.Samtani, "The conditioned and unconditioned mind: relevance of some pratyayas", Pratityasamutpada 321-329

B1442 Lambert Schmithausen, "Critical response to papers on The Buddhist Context", KRPCD 203-230

B1443 Amar Singh, "Difference between Buddhist and Vedantic idealism", JDBSDU 10, 1986, 87-104

B1444 Ninian Smart, "Numen, nirvana and the definition of religion", NSCE 40-48

B1445 Ninian Smart, "Living, liberation, jivanmukti and nirvana", NSCE 89-97

B1446 Ninian Smart, "Nirvana and timelessness", NSCE 119-124

B1447 Nathmal Tatia, "The essence of pratitya-samutpada", Pratityasamutpada 363-368

B1449 Marcel Van Velthen, Issaskhar et les degrés extremes de la Communication. La lettre commen du Duhkha bouddhique et des Apocalypses. Thanh-long 1986

B1450 Basao Abe, "Transformation in Buddhism", Buddhist-Christian Studies 7, 1987, 5-24

B1451 Biswanath Banerjee, "Sacrifice (yajna) and Buddhism", SICE 143-151

B1451.1 Sukumal Barua, "The concept of rebirth in Buddhism: a theoretical primer", DUS 44.2, 1987, 73-84

B1453 Kamaleswar Bhattacharya, "The anatman concept in Buddhism", MGKCV 213-224. Reprinted Navonmesa 1987, 213-224

B1454Jose Ignacio Cabezon, Upaya (Skillful Means): a Model for Buddhist-Christian Dialogue. Typescript. East-West Religions in Encounter 1987

B1455.1 S.R.Goyal, A History of Indian Buddhism. Meerut 1987

B1456 Peter Harvey, "The Buddhist perspective on respect for persons", BSR 4.1, 1987, 31-46. Also (with David Evans) BSR 4.2, 1987, 97-104

B1456.0 Shohei Ichimura, "Sunyata and paradigm-shift: dialogue between Buddhism and science", SramV 81-100

B1456.1 Kenneth K. Inada, "Environmental problematics in the Buddhist context", PEW 37, 1987, 135-149

B1457 A.D.P.Kalansuriya, A Philosophical Analysis of Buddhist Notions. The Buddha and Wittgenstein. New Delhi 1987

B1458 David J. Kalupahana, "Dependent arising and the renunciation of mystery", BudPhilCult 23-36

B1459 David J. Kalupahana, The Principles of Buddhist Psychology. Albany, N.Y. 1987

B1459.5 Matthew Kapstein, Self and Personal Identity in Buddhist Scholasticism: a Philosophical investigation. Ph.D.Thesis, Brown University 1987; Ann Arbor 1987

B1460 J. Kasyapa, "The problem of anatta", SKGIB 89-96

B1462 Thomas Kochumuttam, "Complementarity of Buddhist denominations", JD 12, 1987, 24-35

B1463 Kamala Kumari, Notion of Truth in Buddhism and Pragmatism. New Delhi 1987

B1464 A.C.March, A Glossary of Buddhist Terms. BIBS 25, 1987

B1465 N.D.Mehta, "How modern Hinduism is moulded by Buddhism?", SKGIB 21-32

B1465.1 Kameshwaranath Mishra, 'God in Tibetan Buddhist Sanskrit sources", Navonmesa 1987, 231-240

B1466 Kewal Krishan Mittal, "'Ontological commitment' in the context of the Buddhist thought", JICPR 5.1, 1987-88, 103-110

B1467 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Personal identity in Buddhist perspective", HSAJIS 93-98

B1467.5 Sodo Mori, "Some minor sources for the Pali Atthakathas: with reference to Lottermoser's study" in Indological and Buddhist Studies in Honor of J. Takasaki (Tokyo 1987). Reprinted StPaliCom 179-192

B1468 Narada, "Anatta or no-soul", SKGIB 81-88

B1469 Harsh Narain, "Suffering in Mahayana Buddhism", SIP 163-174

B1469.1 G. C. Nayak, "The noble truths", GCNPR 1, 1987, 35-47. Reprinted GCNPR 2, 43-57

B1469.3 K. R. Norman, "An epithet of nibbana", SramV 23-32

B1469.7 S. K. Pathak, "Prajna and karuna in Buddha-yana", SramV 349-358

B1471 Ayodhya Prasad Pradhan, Buddha's System of Meditation. Four volumes. New Delhi 1986

B1471.5 H. S. Prasad, "A critique of the samskrtalaksanas", SramV

B1472 N. Ross Reat, "Some fundamental concepts of Buddhist psychology", Religion 17, 1987, 15-28

B1473 Sangharaksita, Crossing the Stream. Glasgow 1987

B1474 G.H.Sasaki, Linguistic Approach to Buddhist Thought. 1986

B1475 Lambert Schmithausen, "Beiträge zum Schulzugehörigkeit und Textgeschichte Kanonischer und postkanonischer buddhistischer Materialien", ZSWH, part 2, 304-434

B1475.5 Gregory Schopen, "The inscription on the Kusan image of Amitabha and the character of early Mahayana in India", JIABS 10.2, 1987, 99-134. Reprinted FFMBI 247-277

B1476 Arvind Sharma, "Emile Durkheim on suicide in Buddhism", BSR 4.2, 1987, 119-126

B1477 David Snellgrove, Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. Indian Buddhists and Their Tibetan Successors. London 1987

B1478 James D. Steadman, "Pure Land Buddhism and the Buddhist historical tradition", Religious Studies 23, 1987, 407-421

B1479 Jikido Takasaki, An Introduction to Buddhism. Translated by Roff W. Giebel. Tokyo 1987

B1479.00 Migmar Tsering, "An analysis of the two truths in Paramitayana and Vajrayana", SramV 335-348

B1479.0 Alex Wayman, "The guru in Buddhism", Studia Missionalia 36, 1987. Reprinted UTK 205-222

B1479.2 D. Amarasiri Weeratne, "Anatta doctrine and sectarian interpretations", MB 95, 1987, 19-21

B1480 Yoginayi, "Outline of Buddhist yoga", SKGIB 47-52

B1481 Phra Acharn Thawee Baladhamma, "The development of purification and insight", BudSR 1988, 3-20

B1482 Anindita Niyogi Balslev, "An appraisal of I-consciousness in the context of the controversies centering around the no-self doctrine of Buddhism", JIP 16, 1988, 167-176. Summarized in ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 631

B1483 David Barstow, "An example of self-change: the Buddhist path", Religious Studies 24, 1988, 157-188

B1484 Pierre Basso, "Language for a causal conditional logic: foundations and objectives", JIP 16, 1988, 123-166

B1484.5 Kerry Brown, The Essential Teaching of Buddhism. London 1988, 1989, 1990

B1485 Paul Carus, Buddhism and Its Christian Critics. Reprinted Delhi 1988

B1485.0 Shorad Chandra, "Buddhism, Upanisads et Albert Camus", RAL 17.3-4, 1988, 41-57

B1485.1 Eric Cheetham, "Seeds of Indian Mahayana", MW 63, 1988, 23-30

B1485.2 Eric Cheetham, The Path and the Three Ways. London 1988

B1486 Peter della Santina, "An Introduction to Buddhist higher teaching", The Buddhist Union Newsletter 36.3, 1988, 14-17; 36.4, 1989, 11-13

B1486.7 Mirko Fryba, "Sunnata--experience of void in Buddhist mind training", SLJBS 2, 1988, 1-19

B1491 Matthew Kapstein, "Reply to Jeffrey Hopkins", PEW 37, 1987, 434-436

B1492 Y. Karunadasa, "Anatta as via media", SLJBS 1, 1987, 1-9

B1497 David J. Kalupahana, "The Buddhist conceptions of 'subject' and 'object' and their moral implications", PEW 38, 1988, 290-306

B1499 Etienne Lamotte, "Assessment of textual interpretation in Buddhism", BHerm 11-28

B1500 Donald S. Lopez, Jr., "Buddhist hermeneutics: a conference report", PEW 37, 1988, 3-23

B1501 Donald S. Lopez, Jr., "On the interpretation of the Mahayanasutras", BHerm 47-70

B1501.1.Donald S. Lopez, Jr., "Sanctification on the Bodhisattva path", Sainthood 172-217

B1502 David Loy, "A cloture of deconstruction: a Mahayana critique of Derrida", IPQ 27, 1987, 59-80

B1503 Donald W. Mitchell, "Karma in Buddhist thought", DK 66-93

B1504 Hajime Nakamura, "The significance of 'harmony' in Buddhist thought", in R. Shu-hsien Liu and Robert E., Allison, ed., Harmony and Strife (Hong Kong, 1988), 91-112. Partially translated into Spanish in REB 9, 1995, 42-59

B1505 Roy W. Perrett, "Egoism, altruism and intentionalism in Buddhist ethics", JIP 15, 1987, 71-86

B1506 Edwina Pio, Buddhist Psychology: A Modern Perspective. Abhinav 1988

B1507 Hari Shankar Prasad, "Language and reality: a Buddhist approach", RCT 39-46

B1508 A.K.Sarkar, "Indian Buddhism and Chinese mysticism", BRMIC 39, 1988, 99-107

B1509 Arvind Sharma, "A third way of spirituality beyond faith and reason in Buddhism", JD 13, 1988, 282-290

B1509.0 Sibnath Sarma, "Pratityasamutpada: the Buddhist theory of causality", JUG 34, 1988, 180-187

B1509.01 Karunesa Shukla (ed.), Nature of Bondage and Liberation in Buddhist Systems. Proceedings of Seminar held in 1984. Gorakhpur 1988

B1509.02 Kaum Kim Soon, The Concept of Causality in Buddhism (especially in the field of Indian Buddhism and Won Buddhism of Korea). 1988. Summarized in RBS pp. 102-104

B1509.1 J. Takasaki, "On upadana, upadaya prajnapti", Orientalie Iosphi Tucci Memoriae Dictata (Volume III), SerOR LVI,3 (Rome 1988), 1459-1464

B1510 Rani Thanickachalam, "The concept of 'driad' in Heidegger's philosophy and of 'suffering' in Buddhism", VidBh 9, 1988, 43-47

B1510.1 Biswanath Banerjee, "Karman--rebirth: Buddhism", FTI 1988, 116-123

B1511 J.E.Carpenter, Buddhism and Christianity. Calcutta 1988

B1511.1 Jotiya Dhirasekhara, "Detachment", EnBud 4, 1988, 391

B1511.2 Indu Mala Ghosh, Ahimsa, Buddhist and Gandhian. Delhi 1988

B1511.5 Richard H. Gombrich, "How the Mahayana began", Journal of Pali and Buddhist Studies 1, 1988, 29-46. Reprinted BF 1, 1990, 21-30, and BCCRS 3, 74-83

B1512 Richard P. Hayes, "Principled atheism in the Buddhist scholastic tradition", JIP 16, 1988, 5-28. Reprinted IPE 4, 107-131

B1513 Dharmasamgraha. Edited Jnalachene Namadola. Sarnath 1988

B1513.1 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Dependent origination", EnBud 4, 1988, 375-377

B1513.1.1 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Nyaya critique of the Buddhist doctrine of non-soul", FTI 1988, 85-104

B1513.2 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Destiny", EnBud 4, 1988, 387-389

B1513.3 Bandhula Jayawardhana, "Determinism and indeterminism", EnBud 4, 1988, 393-412

B1513.4 D.J.Kalupahana, "Dhamma (I)", EnBud 4, 1988, 438-453

B1513.5 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Delusion", EnBud 4, 1988, 362-363

B1513.6 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Destruction", EnBud 4, 1988, 389-391

B1513.7 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Deva", EnBud 4, 1988, 413-418

B1513.8 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Devata", EnBud 4, 1988, 431-434

B1513.9 Indumatie Karunaratne, "Devotion", EnBud 4, 1988, 435-437

B1513.10 Upali Karunaratne, "Devatanussati", EnBud 4, 1988, 434-435

B1513.11 Upali Karunaratne, "Dhamma (2)", EnBud 4, 1988, 453-459

B1513.11.5 Sodo Mori, "Sihalacatthuppakarana and Pali Atthakatha literature", Journal of Pali and Buddhist Studies 1, 1988. Reprinted StPaliCom 287-314

B1513.11.6 Sodo Mori, "Uttwaraviharatthakatha and Sarasamasa: some unattributed non-Mahavihara sources for the Pali commentaries", JPTS 12, 1988. Reprinted StPaliCom 107-156

B1513.12 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Depth psychology", EnBud 4, 1988, 377-383

B1513.13 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Desire", EnBud 4, 1988, 385-387

B1513.14 Harsh Narain, "Nibbana, nirvana and moksa", NBLBS 75-82

B1514 N.N.Pathak, Human Life and the Teaching of Buddha. Calcutta 1988

B1516 Diana St. Ruth, comp., An Introduction to Buddhism. Lancaster 1988

B1516.1 L.T.Dooboom Tulku, "The meaning of nirvana", NBLBS 17-24

B1516.05 Debabrata Sinha, "The atman model and the question of human person", FTI 1988, 73-84

B1517 Jagannath Upadhyaya, "Vajrayana: system, perception, and practice", TJ 13.4, 1988, 3-12

B1518 Atmarupananda, "The six flames of the Bodhisattva's cosmic sacrifice", PB 94, 1989, 217-225

B1519 D.C.Ahir, Heritage of Buddhism. Delhi 1989

B1519.1 D.C.Ahir, Buddhism in North India. Delhi 1989

B1519.1 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Indian teachers: their role in the propagation of Buddhism in Tibet", Amala Prajna 223-228

B1520 N.N.Bhattacharya, "A comparative study of a common point of Buddhism and Marxism", Praci-Prabha 157-162

B1520.0 Roderick S. Bucknell, Buddhist Meditation and the Study of Mystical Experience. South Yarra, Victoria 1989

B1520.0.5 Garma C. C. Cheng, Die buddhistische Lehre von der Ganzheitles Seins: das holistische Weltbild der buddhistischer philosophie. Translated b Ernst Schonwiese. Berlnl 1989

B1520.1 Eric Cheetham, "The doctrine of the two truths", MW 64, 1989, 17-22

B1521 Roger J. Corliss, The Vision of Buddhism. New York 1989

B1521.1 R. K. Deswal, "The concept of dhamma in Buddhism", KUJ 23, 1989, 139-144

B1522 Jotiya Dhirasekere and A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Dharmatabuddha", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 564-565

B1523 Fumio Enomoto, "On the annihilation of karman in early Buddhism", TICOJ 34, 1989, 43-55

B1524 Frederick Franck, "A Buddhist trinity", Parabola 14.4, 1989, 49-59

B1524.1 Hira Paul Gangnegi, "Ethical value of sunyata", PBE 1989, 94-107

B1524. 5 Paul J. Griffiths, "Buddha and God: a contrastive study in ideas about maximal greatness", Journal of Religion 69, 1989, 502-529. Reprinted IPE 4, 132-160

B1525 R.D.Gunaratne, "Dialectic(s)", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 592-594

B1525.1 Arthur L. Herman, "Religions as failed theodicies: atheism in Hinduism and Buddhism", IndPhRel 35-60

B1525.2 Akira Hirakawa, "The meaning of 'dharma' in the concept of the 'jewel of the dharma' (dharmaratna)", Amala Prajna 235-249

B1525.3.Christopher Ives, "Emptiness: soteriology and ethics in Mahayana Buddhism: (with comments by Francis H. Cook and Stephen T. Davis), ConUlt 113-135

B1526 Roger R. Jackson, "Matching concepts: deconstructive foundationalist tendencies in Buddhist thought", JAAR 57, 1989, 561-590

B1356.5 Yun-hua Jan, "A comparative study of 'no-thought' ('wu-nien) in some Indian and Chinese Buddhist texts", JCP 16, 1989, 37-58

B1527 Hargrave Jennings, Buddhism and Other Indian Religions. New Delhi 1989

B1527.5 Yuichi Kajiyama, Studies in Buddhist Philosophy. Kyoto 1989

B1528 A.D.P.Kalansuria, "The dhamma and the notion of 'perception': a conceptual technique made explicit", IndPQ 16, 1989, 291-302

B1528.1 David J, Kalupahana, "The concepts of self and freedom in Buddhism", IndPhRel 93-114

B1528.1.1 S. G. Kantawala, "Dr. Radhakrishnan on Buddhism--a glance", Sambodhi 16, 1989, 120-127

B1529 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Dharani", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 515-520

B1530 Upali Karunaratna, "Dharmakaya", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 528-530

B1531 Upali Karunaratna, "Dharmanairatmya", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 536-539

B1532 Upali Karunaratna, "Dhatu 1-3", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 566-573

B1533 Khantipada, "Kamkma", BudDig 22, 1989, 34-37

B1534 Winston L. King, "Buddhist self-world theory and Buddhist ethics", EB 22.2, 1989, 14-26

B1535 Thomas A. Kochumuttam, A Buddhist Denial of Experience. Delhi 1989

B1535.0 Y. Krishan, "The doctrine of karma in Buddhism: a study", Amala Prajna 119-137

B1535.1 Bimlendra Kumar, "Ethical value in the theory of relations", JDBSDU 13, 1989, 48-59. Reprinted PBE 1989, 48-59

B1536 Rajah Kuruppa, "Consciousness in Buddhism", Buddhist 59.1, 1988, 1-3

B1537 Gerald James Larson, "An old problem revisited: the relation between Samkhya, Yoga and Buddhism", SII 15, 1989, 129-146

B1538 David Loy, "The nonduality of life and death: a Buddhist view of repression", PEW 39, 1989, 151-174

B1538.00 Bimal Krishna Matilal, "Nyaya critique of the Buddhist doctrine of non-soul:, JIP 17, 1989, 61-79. Reprinted in Augustine Thottakara (ed.), Self and Consciousness: Indian Interpretations (Rome 1989), 173-92. Reprinted CEBKM 213-229

B1538.0 Michael Mettam, "The arahant and the Bodhisattva", MW 64, 1989, 23-31, 81-91

B1538.1 K.K.Mittal, "Buddhist ethics--a brief approach", JDBSDU 13, 1989, 1-8

B1538.2 Kewal Krishan Mittal, "Personal-identity in the Buddhist perspective:, Amala Prajna 349-361

B1538.2.5 Sodo Mori, "Ariyavamsa and Ariyacamsa-katha", Bulletin of Josai University 13, 1989. Reprinted StPaliCom 193-206

B1538.3 K. Satchidananda Murty, "Andhra contribution to Buddhist thought", Amala Prajna 349-361

B1539 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Dharmadhatu-1", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 523-524

B1540 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Dukkha", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 696-702

B1540.1 Alexander T. Naughton, The Buddhist Path to Omniscience. Ph.D.Thesis, University of Wisconsin at Madison 1989

B1541 Yochio Nishi, "Common factors between Theravada and Mahayana", BudDig 22, 1989, 30-33

B1541.1 R.C.Pandeya, "Metaphysical foundation of the unity of man: a study in Buddhist and Vedantic social thought", Amala Prajna 263-275

B1542 Raj Kumar Pathak, Historical Survey of Indian Buddhism. Delhi 1989

B1543 R.P.Peerenboom, "Buddhist process ethics: dissolving the dilemma of substantialist metaphysics", IndPQ 16, 1989, 247-268

B1543.1 H.S.Prasad, "Understanding Buddhist epistemology", Amala Prajna 277-297

B1544 P.D.Premasiri, "Dogmatism", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 655-662

B1545 David Seyfort Ruegg, Buddha-Nature, Mind and the Problem of Gradualism in a Comparative Perspective. On the Transmission and Reception of Buddhism in India and Tibet. London 1989

B1546 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "The Buddhist notion of an 'immanent Absolute' (tathagatagarbha) as a problem in hermeneutics", TBH 229-246

B1546.1 N.H.Samtani, "Ethics of a bodhisattva and universal welfare", JDBSDU 13, 1989, 18-26

B1547 K.T.S.Sarao, The Origin and Nature of Ancient Indian Buddhism. Delhi 1989

B1547.2 Karunesh Shukla, "Problems and perspectives in Buddhist research", Amala Prajna 517-521

B1547.3 Sanghasen Singh, "The Buddhist sutra literature: a survey", Amala Prajna 111-117

B1548 D.L.Snellgrove, "Multiple features of the Buddhist heritage", TBH 7-18

B1548.1 Mahesh Tiwary, "Sila", JDBSDU 13, 1989, 60-79. Reprinted PBE 1989

B1548.2 Niranjan Trivedi and Rasesh Jaminder, "The basis of Buddhist ethics as reflected in Parajika rules of patimokkha", JDBSDU 13, 1989, 27-33

B1548.5 Michael von Brück, "Aspects of sunyata and consciousness in Mahayana Buddhism", SelfandC 104-131

B1549 Alan Wallace, "Rebirth and Western Buddhism", TJ 14.2, 1989, 31-37

B1550 M.O.C. Walshe, "Is there free will in Buddhism?", BudDig 22, 1989, 12-16

B1551 Chandra Wickemagamage, "Dharmadhatu-2", EnBud 4.4, 1989, 524-526

B1551.1 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, "Hinayana and Mahayana--a broad outline", Bulletin of Tibetology 1990, 23-26

B1551.1.3 Sitansu Bikasa Barua, Buddhism in Bangladesh. Chittagong 1990

B1551.1.5 Stephen Batchelor, The Faith to Doubt: Glimpses of Buddhist Uncertainty. Berkeley 1990

B1551.2 Heinz Bechert (ed.), Abkurzugsverzeichnis zur buddhistischen Literatur in Indien und Sudöstasien. Sanskrit-Wörterbuch der buddhistischen Texte aus den Turfen-Funden. Beiheft 3. Gottingen 1990

B1551.3 M.C.Bharatiya, "Karma and rebirth: the scientific basis", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 106-111

B1551.4 K.N.Chatterjee, "A variety of views on karma and rebirth", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 85-88

B1551.5 Debiprasad Chattopadhyaya, "N.V.Banerjee on Buddha and Marx", PNVB 140-167

B1552 Mangala R. Chinchore, "Lost Buddhist texts: the rationale of their reconstruction in Indian philosophy", IndPQ 17, 1990, 285-312

B1552.00 Roger Corless, "How is the study of Buddhism possible?", MTSR 2.1, 1990, 27-41

B1552.01 Mahinda Degalle, "The origins of Mahayana Buddhidsm”, The Buddhist 61, 1990, 12-21

B1552.0 Lily de Silva, "Experience", EnBud 5, 1990, 189-191

B1552.01 Jyotiya Dhirasekera, "Effect", EnBud 5, 1990, 35-37

B1552.02 Jyotiys Dhirasekera, "Egoism", EnBud 5, 1990, 42-43

B1552.03 Jyotiya Dhirasekera, "Enlightenment", EnBud 5, 1990, 80-81

B1552.1 S.N.Dube, "Genesis and development of pudgalavada", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 93-97

B1552.2 R.E.Emmerick and P.O.Skjaervo, "Buddhism among Iranian peoples. III. Buddhist literature in Khotanese and Tumshuqese", Encyclopedia Iranica 4, 1990, 499-505

B1554 Robert E. Florida, "What does comparative religion compare? The Buddhist-Christian example", StudinR 19, 1990, 163-172

B1554.0 Nina van Goriom, Introduction to Buddhism. London 1990

B1554.1 R.D.Gunaratne, "Evolution", EmBud 5, 1990, 175-182

B1555 Peter Harvey, An Introduction to Buddhism. Delhi 1990

B1555.3 Richard p. Hayes, "Towards a Buddhist view of nature", ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University 18, 1990, 11-24

B1556 Akira Hirakawa, A History of Indian Buddhism from Sakyamuni to Early Mahayana. Translated and edited by Paul Groner. Hawaii 1990

B1556.0 David J. Kalupahana, "Empiricism", EnBud 5, 1990, 64-70

B1556.05 A. T. Hopkinson, "Some aspects of Buddhist ethics", Darshana 30.3, 1990, 4-20

B1556.06 David J. Kalupahana, "Empiricism", EnBud 5, 1990, 64-70

B1556.1 Bijayananda Kar, "Karma in Bauddha darsana", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 135-140. Reprinted VPIP 77-83

B1556.1.1 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Eternity", EnBud 5, 1990, 142-144

B1556.1.2 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Equipoise", EnBud 5, 1990, 118

B1556.1.3 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Etiology", EnBud 5, 1990, 165-167

B1556.1.4 A.G.S(ed. Hanada Akira)(Kyoto 1990), 167-174

B1556.1.5 Kariyawasan, "Exertion", EnBud 5, 1990, 186-188

B1556.2 Y. Karunadasa, "Buddhism's contribution to the religion and intellectual thought of mankind through a view of its doctrine of anatta", Ananda 378-393

B1556.2.5 Kwang-won Kim, Zur Theologie des Negation. Bonn/Seoul 1990

B1556.3 Yuvraj Krishan, "The doctrine of karma and its postulates", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 33-40

B1556.4 Y. Krishan, "Doctrines of karma, of moksa, of niskama karma and the ideal of bodhisattva", ABORI 70, 1990, 163-180

B1557 K. Krishnamurthy, Buddhism in South Asia. Delhi 1990

B1557.1 Bimalendra Kumar, "Law of karma-vipaka", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 52-59

B1557.1.5 Kogi Kundara, "Pelliot ouighour 218: its significance", in Documents et archives provenant de l'Asie Centrae. Actes du Colloque Franco-Japonais (ed. Hanada Akira)(Kyoto 1990), 167-174

B1557.2 Tony Kurberschoek-Scherft, "Is Buddhism pessimistic?", Ananda 108-111

B1558 G. Mangrungh, Buddhism in Western India. Meerut 1990

B1559 Joanna R. Macy, Mutual Causality in Buddhism and General Systems Theory. Ithaca, N.Y. 1990

B1559.1 Kewal Krishan Mittal, "Various perspectives on karma and rebirth", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 1-16

B1560 Edward G. Muzika, "Object, relations theory, Buddhism, and the self: synthesis of Eastern and Western approaches", IPQ 30, 1990, 59-74

B1560.0 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Ecstacy", EnBud 5, 1990, 10-12

B1560.01 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Emancipation", EnBud 5, 1990, 55-56

B1560.02 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Enjoyment", EnBud 5, 1990, 78-79

B1560.03 S.K.Nanaykkara, "Entity", EnBud 5, 1990, 83-84

B1560.04 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Expediency", EnBud 5, 1990, 188-189

B1560.1 K.R.Norman, "Why are the four noble truths called noble?", Ananda 11-13. Reprinted KRNCP 4, 171-174

B1560.2 Sangam Lal Pandey, "The law of karma: a comparative view", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 26-32

B1560.3 Suniti Kumar Pathak, "Karma may cause rebirth", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 41-51

B1560.3.1 P.D.Premasiri, "Emotion", EnBud 5, 1990, 57-64

B1560.3.2 P.D.Premasiri, "Epistemology", EnBud 5, 1990, 95-112

B1560.3.3 P.D.Premasiri, "Ethics", EnBud 5, 1990, 144-165

B1560.3.4 P.D.Premasiri, "The ultimate goal of Buddhism and the doctrine of no-self", GSN 1990, 171-184

B1560.4 Nandasena Ratnapala, "Crime and punishment in the Buddhist tradition", Ananda 190-200

B1560.4.1 Geoffrey P. Redmon, "The conceptual multiplicity of anatta", IIJBS 2.1, 1990, 28-38

B1560.5 Sanjit Kumar Sadhukar, "The conflict between the Buddhist and the Naiyayika philosophers--a brief survey", Bulletin of Tibetology 1990, 39-54

B1561 Sangharaksita, A Guide to the Buddhist Path. Glasgow 1990

B1561.1 N.H.Samtani, "On Buddhist concept of antarabhava", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 112-134

B1562 Prabal Kumar Sen, "The Buddhist theory of pramana and pramanaphala", Tulku 75-78

B1562.0 Malati J. Shendge, "The union of wisdom and means", IIJBS 2.1, 1990, 39-48

B1562.1 Harisachandra Lal Singh, Buddhism in Nepal (A Brief Historical Introduction). Lalitpur 1990

B1562.2 Pritipal Singh, "Introduction to the doctrine of karma", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 17-25

B1563 Joan Stambaugh, Impermanence in Buddha Nature: Understanding of Temporality. Honolulu 1990

B1564 Ngawan Tsering, "A brief survey of the development of Buddhist pramana in India and Tibet", Tulku 55-62

B1564.1 C.S.Upasak, History of Buddhism in Afghanistan. Sarnath 1990

B1564.1.1 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Emptiness", EnBud 5, 1990, 74-75

B1564.1.2 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Equanimity", EnBud 5, 1990, 117-118

B1564.1.3 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Essence", EnBud 5, 1990, 135-137

B1564.1.4 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Eternalism", EnBud 5, 1990, 141-142

B1564.2 V.P.Varma, "Buddhist philosophy of karma", JDBSDU 14, 1990, 68-84

B1564.2.1 Alex Wayman and Elizabeth Rosen, "The rise of Mahayana Buddhism and inscriptional evidence at Nagarjunikonda", IJBS 2.1, 1990, 49-65

B1564.2.2 W.G.Weeratne, "Endeavour", EnBud 5, 1990, 75-76

B1564.2.3 W.G.Weeratne, "Endurance". EnBud 5, 1990, 76-78

B1564.2.4 W.G.Weeratne, "Envy", EnBud 5, 1990, 85-86

B1564.3 Chandime Wijebandara, "Ananda Coomaraswamy and Buddha's refutation of atmavada", Ananda 317-322

B1565 Chikyo Yamamoto, Introduction to Buddhist Studies. Delhi 1990

B1565.1 D.W.Abeysinghe, "Rebirth--points of view", Buddhist 62.3, 1991, 16-17

B1566 Anukul Chandra Banerjee, The Splendour of Buddhism. New Delhi 1991

B1566.0 Heinz Bechert and Richard Francis Gombrich, eds., The World of Buddhism. London 1991

B1566.1 Pratap Chandra, "The Buddhist concept of man", CMP 146-154

B1566.2 V.K.Chari, "Language and reality: Buddhist argument and Mimamsa refutation", ALB 55, 1991, 40-57

B1566.3 Madhumita Chattopadhyay, "Pratityasamutpada, sunyata and human actions", JJP 3.2, 1991, 59-68

B1566.7 Eric Cheetham, The Second Turning of the Wheel of Dharma. London 1991

B1567 Mangala R. Chinchore, "Krtapranasa and akrtabhyagama: an analysis, defense and rationale of the Buddhist theory of action", IndPQ 18, 1991, 231-270

B1568 Douglas D. Daye, "On whether the Buddhist 'syllogism' (pararthanumana) is a sui generis inference", AsPOxford 1, 1991, 175-184

B1568.1 Lily de Silva, "Faith", EnBud 5, 1991, 214-217

B1568.2 Lily de Silva, "Freedom", EnBud 5, 1991, 272-277

B1568.3 Gunapala Dharmasri and Jonathan S. Walters, "God", EnBud 5, 1991, 343-347

B1568.7 Carmen Dragonetti, "Tres aspettas de Budismo Mahayana", REB 1, 1991, 13-44

B1569 N.S.Dravid, "Some observations on the so-called 'Buddhist process ethics'", IndPQ 18, 1991, 623-630

B1570 Heinrich Dumoulin, Begegnung mit dem Buddhismus. Freiburg 1991

B1570.1 Mavis L. Fenn, "Unjustified poverty and karma (Pali kamma), RelST 11.1, 1991, 20-26

B1570.2 R.D.Gunaratna, "Four-fold alternatives", EnBud 5, 1991, 255-262

B1571 Ian Harris, "How environmentalist is Buddhism?", Religion 21, 1991, 51-72

B1572 Frank J. Hoffman, "Towards a philosophy of Buddhist religion", AsPOxford 1.1, 1991, 21-28

B1573 Shotaro Iida, "Re-turning Gautama's wheel", FacB 9-31

B1573.1 Shotaro Iida, "Toward a second look at visual mode in Buddhist tradition", FacB 43-64

B1573.2 Shotaro Iida, "Notes on Buddhist causation and tolerance", FacB 32-42

B1574 Lal Mani Joshi, "Religious changes in late Indian Buddhist history (I)", BudSR 8, 1991, 97-130; 9, 1992: 45, 151

B1574.1 Matthew Kapstein, "The trouble with truth: Heidegger on aletheia, Buddhist thinkers on satya", JICPR 9.2, 1992, 69-86

B1574.2 A.G.S.Kariyawasn, "Female principle", EnBud 5, 1991, 225-228

B1574.3 Indumatie Karunaratne, "Feer", EnBud 5, 1991, 222-225

B1574.4 Upali Karunaratne, "Gandhabba (1)", EnBud 5, 1991, 293-295

B1574.5 Upali Karunaratne, "Gantha", EnBud 5, 1991, 308-309

B1574.6 Upalil Karunaratner, "Gati", EnBud 5, 1991, 313-314

B1575 Klaus Klostermaier, "The nature of Buddhism", AsPOxford 1.1, 1991, 29-38

B1576 David Loy, "Buddhism and money", TICOJ 36, 1991, 121-122

B1576.0 Victoria Lysenko, "On certain intellectual stereotypes in Buddhist studies as exemplified in Th. Stcherbatsky's works", JICPR 9.2, 1992, 87-94

B1576.1 Deegalle Mahinda, "The origins of Mahayana Buddhism", Buddhist 61.1, 1991, 12-21

B1576.1.5 C.V.L.Y.Mani, "The concept of tathata in Mahayana philosophical literature", BudP 186-190

B1576.2 M.M.J.Marasinghe, "Gods", EnBud 5, 1991, 349-356

B1577 Philip A. Mellor, "Self and suffering: deconstruction and reflexive definition in Buddhism and Christianity", Religious Studies 27, 1991, 49-64

B1578 K.Krishna Murthy, A Dictionary of Buddhist Terms and Terminologies. New Delhi 1991

B1578.1 K. Krishna Murthy, Mirrors of Indian Buddhism. New Delhi 1991

B1579 Ronald Y. Nakasone, "What can Buddhism offer biomedical ethics?", BGK 47, 1991, 1-16

B1579.1 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Extra-sensory perception", EnBud 5, 1991, 191-194

B1579.2 S.K.Nanayakkara, "False speech", EnBud 5, 1991, 217-218

B1579.3 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Four Noble Truths", EnBud 5, 1991, 262-264

B1579.4 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Free will", EnBud 5, 1991, 277-280

B1579.5 S.K.Nanaykkara, "Friendship", EnBud 5, 1991, 280-282

B1579.6 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Gandha", EnBud 5, 1991, 293

B1580 Alex Naughton, "Buddhist omniscience", EB 24.1, 1991, 28-51

B1580.5 Monika Pemwieser, Materialsen zur Theorie der yogischen Erkenntnis im Buddhism. Diploma, Universitat Wien, 1991

B1581 H.S.Prasad, Essays on Time in Buddhism. Bibliotheca Indo-Buddhica No. 78. Delhi 1991

B1581.2 Sunanad Putuwar, "The Buddhist concepts of mental phenomena", WTBR 28.1, 1991, 7-20; 28.2, 1991, 21-26

B1581.5 Vijita Rajapakse, "Some considerations on the ahimsa doctrine", SLJBS 3, 1991, 47-70

B1582 Kamala Rohatgi, Buddhism and Sarnath. Delhi 1991

B1582.5 V.V.S.Saibaba, "The concept of 'peace' in Buddhist literature", BudP 138-141

B1583 Anil Kumar Sarkar, Buddhism and Whitehead's Process Philosophy. Delhi 1991

B1584 Lambert Schmithausen, Buddhism and Nature. Studia Philologica Buddhica Occasional Paper Series 7, Tokyo 1991

B1584.1 Lambert Schmithausen, "Budisme y Natuarlize", REB 1, 1991, 63-86

B1585 Yajneshwar S. Shastri, "Conception of reality in Mahayana Buddhism", YSS 101-112

B1585.1 John Snelling, The Buddhist Handbook. Rochester, Vt. 1991

B1585.1.00 Mahesh Tiwary, "A note on the pratisamkhya-nirodha and apratisamkhyanirodha", SAT 62-68

B1585.1.000 Fernando Tola, "Fines y critelos de las Estudias Budista", REB 1, 1991, 87-96

B1585.1.0 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Fetters", EnBud 5, 1991, 234-237

B1585.1.01 D. Amarasiri Weeratne, "Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhism", Buddhist 62.1, 1991, 45-48

B1585.1.02 W.G.Weeratna, "Generosity", EnBud 5, 1991, 322-324

B1585.1.03 Yatadolawatte Dhammavisuddhi Thera, "Fa-Hsien", EnBud 5, 1991, 203-211

B1585.1.07 D.C.Ahir, Buddhsm in South India. Delhi 1992

B1585.1.1.Filita Bharucha, Buddhist Theory of Causation and Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Delhi 1992

B1585.1.5 Leonard A. Bullen, Buddhismus: Metade cviceni mysli. Praha 1992

B1585.2 Robert E. Buswell, Jr. and Robert M. Gimello, "Introduction", PathsLib 1-36

B1585.3 Edward S. Casey, "Remembering resumed: pursuing Buddhism and phenomenology in practice", IMM 269-298

B1585.4 Sukomal Chaudhury, "The ideal of service in Buddhism", VK 79, 1992, 431-437

B1585.5 Sukomal Chaudhury, "India's spiritual tradition: Buddhism", BRMIC 43: 143, 184, 216

B1586 Steven Collins, "Nirvana, time, and narrative", HistR 31, 1992, 215-246

B1586.1 Harold Coward, "The role of scripture in the self-definition of Hinduism and Buddhism in India", StudinR 21, 1992, 129-144

B1586.2 L.S.Cousins, "Vitakka/vitarka and vicara: the stages of samadhi in Buddhism and Yoga", IIJ 35, 1992, 137-155

B1586.3 Collett Cox, "Mindfulness and memory: the scope of smrti from early Buddhism to the Sarvastivadin Abhidharma", IMM 67-108

B1587 Rana D. Datta, "Hume and Buddhism: an East-West dialogue", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 641-642

B1587.1 Ronald M. Davidson, "An introduction to the standards of scriptural authenticity in Indian Buddhism", in Robert Buswell, ed. Buddhist Apocrypha in East Asia and Tibet (Berkeley, Cal. 1992), 291-326

B1588 Florin Deleanu, "Mindfulness of breathing in the Dhyana Sutras", TICOJ 37, 1992, 42-57

B1588.0 Han F. de Wit, "Transmitting the Buddhist view of experience", OSRE 189-202

B1588.1 Bhikkhu Dhammarahari, "Happiness", EnBud 5, 1992, 408-410

B1588.2 Yatadolawatte Dhammavisuddhi, "Hsuan-Tsang", EnBud 5, 1992, 472-479

B1588.2.5 George Doherty Bond, The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka: Religious Tradition, Reinterpretation and Response. Deli 1992

B1588.3 Georges Dreyfus, "Universals in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism", Tibetan Studies 5.1, 1992, 29-46

B1589.0 Rita Gupta, "Actions, reasons and causes with special reference to the Buddhist-Naiyayika controversy", RBJ 3, 1992, 1-16

B1589 Paul Harrison, "Is the dharma-kaya the real 'phantom body' of the Buddha?", JIABS 15, 1992, 44-93

B1589.1 Paul Harrison, "Commemoration and identification in buddhanusmrti", IMM 215-238

B1589.2 David J. Kalupahana, "Hetu", EnBud 5, 1992, 438-445

B1590 Matthew Kapstein, "The trouble with truth: Heidegger on aletheia, Buddhist thinkers on satya", JICPR 9, 1992, 69-86

B1590.0 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Honesty", EnBud 5, 1992, 465

B1590.01 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Gotra Bhumi", EnBud 5, 1992, 381

B1590.02 Damien Keown, The Nature of Buddhist Ethics. London 1992

B1590.1 David Ross Komito, "Eco-bodhicitta and artful conduct", TJ 17.2, 1992, 45-51

B1591 Chitrarekha V. Kher, Buddhism as Presented by the Brahmanical Systems. Delhi 1992

B1591.1 Donald S. Lopez Jr., "Paths terminable and interminable", PathsLib 147-192

B1591.1.5 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Individual and social identity: the Buddhist approach", SSV 197-202

B1592.2 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Gotra", EnBud 5, 1992, 378-380

B1592.3 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Gotra-bhu", EnBud 5, 1992, 380-381

B1592.4 Harsh Narain, "Nibbana: extinction or emancipation?", PGI 1992, 259-267

B1593 J.K.Nariman, Literary History of Sanskrit Buddhism (from Winternitz, Sylvain Levi, Hinuber). Delhi 1992

B1594 John Newman, "Buddhist siddhanta in the Kalacakra Tantra", WZKSOA 36, 1992, 227-234

B1594.1 W. Pachow, "Gunavarman", EnBud 5, 1992, 393-395

B1595 Hari Shankar Prasad, "Language and reality: a Buddhist approach", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 173

B1595.1 P.D.Premasiri, "Good and evil", EnBud 5, 1992, 359-364

B1596 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "Some reflections on translating Buddhist philosophical terms from Sanskrit and Tibetan", AS 46.1, 1992, 367-391

B1596.5 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "On the Tibetan historiography and doxography of the 'Great Debate of bSam yas", Tibetan Studies 5.1, 1992, 237-244

B1597 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "Some observations on the present and future of Buddhist studies", JIABS 15, 1992, 104-117; also BSPF 193-205

B1597.1 Anil K. Sarkar, "Personal identity in Buddhist and Whiteheadian thought", Darshana 32.2, 1992, 17-23

B1598 Arvind Sharma, "Are there two Buddhist doctrines of karma?", ZDMG Supplement 9, 1992, 159

B1599 Norio Sekido, "Bhakti and sraddha", JIBSt 41.1, 1992, 8-13

B1600 Gareth Sparham, "Indian altruism: a study of the terms bodhicitta and bodhicittotpada", JIABS 15, 1992, 224-242

B1600.1 Avinash Kumar Srivastava, "Adaptive nature of Buddhism", PBh 6, 1992, 11-19

B1601 Ernst Steinkellner, "Lamotte and the concept of anupalabdhi", AS 46.1, 1992, 398-410

B1601.05 Bhavana Trivedi, "The concept of change as treated in Buddhism", Sambodhi 17, 1990-91, 68-80; 18, 1992-93, 61-70

B1601.06 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Hedonism", EnBud 5, 1992, 432-433

B1601.1 Alex Wayman, "Buddhist terms for recollection and other types of memory", IMM 133-148

B1601.2.Alex Wayman, "The Buddhist theory of virtue consignment", IJBS 4.1, 1992, 1-25

B1601.3 W.G.Weeratne, "Gratitude", EnBud 5, 1992, 382

B1601.4 W.G.Weeratne, "Hope", EnBud 5, 1992, 466-467

B1601.5 W.G.Weeratne, "Humility", EnBud 5, 1992, 496-497

B1602 Karel Werner, "Love and devotion in Buddhism", BudSR 9, 1992, 5-29

B1602.1 C. Witanachchi, "Heaven and hell", EnBud 5, 1992, 421-432

B1603 Peter Abelsen, "Schopenhauer and Buddhism", PEW 43, 1993, 255-278

B1603.00 Anandamaitreya, Introducing Buddhism. London 1993

B1603.0 Bishwanath Banerjee, "Trends in the development of Buddhism", AsBud 1993, 80-86

B1603.1.S.J.Chakraborty, "Release and reality in Mahayana and Advaita", VJP 29.2, 1993, 1-16

B1603.2.Madhumita Chattopadhyay, "Philosophical approach to the Buddhist theory of ksanikatva", AsBud 120-131

B1603.2.5 Eric Cheetham, The Main Mahayana Schools. London 1993

B1603.3 Francois Chenet, "Le délivrance, même", L'Herme 79-130

B1603.4 Francois Chenet, Nirvana. Paris 1993

B1604 Mangala R. Chinchore, "Duhkha: an analysis of Buddhist clue to understand human nature", IndPQ 20, 1993, 37-84

B1605 James Duerlinger, "Reductionist and nonreductionist theories of persons in Indian Buddhist philosophy", JIP 21, 1993, 79-102

B1605.1 George R. Elder, "Dependent origination in Buddhist tantra", RIBP 143-162

B1606 James Giles, "The no-self theory: Hume, Buddhism, and personal identity", PEW 43, 1993, 175-200

B1606.0 Paul J. Griffiths, "Indian Buddhist meditation", BudSp 34-66

B1606.0.5 Rita M. Gross, Buddhism after Patriarchy: a Feminist History, Analysis and Reconstruction of Buddhism. Albany, N.Y. 1993; Delhi 1995; Boulder, Colo. 1999

B1606.1 Paul Harrison, "The earliest Chinese translations of Mahayana Buddhist sutras: some notes on the works of Lokaksema", BSR 10.2, 1993, 135-178

B1606.1.1 Akira Hirakawa, "The meaning of 'dharma'. The Buddhist theory of existence", PCEL 1993, 17-23

B1606.2.Christmas Humphreys, Concentration and Meditation: A Manual of Mind Development. Dorset 1993

B1606.2.1 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Prajnaparamita and the rise of Mahayana", BudSp 137-154

B1606.2.1.00 David J. Kalupahana, "Idealism", EnBud 5.4, 1993

B1606.2.1.01 David J. Kaluhana, "Inference", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 575-578

B1606.2.1.0 Lakshmi Kapani, "Mourir à l'heure de se mort", L'Herme 242-256

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Ill-will", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 517-518

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Immortality", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 535-537

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Impurity", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 539-541

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Individual", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 542-545

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Infinity", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 578-580

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Instincts", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 584-585

B1606. A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Introspection", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 585

B1606. A.G.S.Kariywasan, "Intuition", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 585-587

B1606. Indumathie Karunaratne, "Isi", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 589-591

B1606. Upali Karunaratne, "Indriya", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 560-563

B1606. Upali Karunaratne, "Indriyaparopariyattanana", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 565-566

B1606. Upali Karunaratne, "Indriya-samatta", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 566-567

B1606. Upali karunaratne, "Indriya-samara", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 567-568

B1606.2.1.1 Shoryu Katsura, "Tetralemma (catuskoti) explained by Venn diagrams", Watanabe Fumimare Hakase Tsuitø Ronshu (Tokyo 1993), 91-110

B1606.2.2 Sean Kelly, "The Hindu Atmavada and Buddhist anatmavada. Dialectic in modern transpersonal psychology", HBISS 188-199

B1606.3.Madhusudan Malik, "The problem of dukkha in Buddhism", AsBud 144-146

B1607 Hisashi Matsumura, "Marginalia to the Sanskrit fragments of some Buddhist texts", CAJ 37, 1993, 120-149

B1607.0.1 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Iddhi", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 508-510

B1607.0.2 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Iddhipada", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 510-511

B1607.0.3 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Impermanence", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 537-539

B1607.0.4 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Indolence", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 549

B1607.0.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Insight", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 580-584

B1607.0.6 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Instant awakening", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 584

B1607.0.7 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Ista-devata", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 598-599

B1607.0.8 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Isvara", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 599-600

B1607.0.9 S.K.Nanayakkara, "I-tsing", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 605-607

B1607.1.G.C.Pande, Studies in Mahayana. Varanasi 1993

B1607.0 G.C.Pande, "Time in Buddhism", RandT 182-207

B1607.1.1 G.C.Pande, "The message of Gautama Buddha and its earliest interpretation", BudSp 3-31

B1607.1.2 A.D.T.E.Perera, "Jagaddala", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 607-608

B1608 B.N.Puri, Buddhism in Central Asia. Delhi 1993

B1608.0.Heramba Chatterjee, Shastry, "Importance of the study of Mahayana and Tibetology", AsBud 54-74

B1608.01 Bishwanath Banerjee, "Trends in the development of Buddhism", AsBud 80-86

B1608.1 Dagpo Rimpoche, "Le Vajrayana", L'Herme, 1993, 263-269

B 1608.2 Heramba Chatterjee Shastry, "Importance of the study of Mahayana and Tibetology", AsBud 54-74

B1608.3 V.V.Krishna Sastry, "Buddhism in Andhra, its arrival, spread and decline", Triveni 62.3, 1993, 31-48

B1608.4 Sanghsen Singh, "Relevance of Buddhism in the modern world", RIPMC 122-125

B1608.5 John S. Strong, "Buddha bhakti and the absence of the Blessed One", PCEL, 1993, 131-140. (Same as SV29.1)

B1608.6 Asanga Tilakaratna, "The development of 'sacred language' in the Buddhist tradition", PCEL, 1993, 115-121

B1608.6.5 Asanga Tilakaratna, "Ineffability", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 568-575

B1608.7 Francis V. Tiso, "The bodhisattva as a Buddhist saint", PCEL, 1993, 141-148

B1608.8 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Illusion", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 517

B1608.9 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Image-formation", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 534-535

B1608.9.5 W.G.Weeratne, "Indriya", EnBud 5, 1993, 560-563

B1608.10 Senarat Wijesundara, "Indriya-paccaya", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 564-565

B1608.11 Senarat Wijesundara, "Indriyapatha", EnBud 5.4, 1993, 588

B1609 Akira Yuyama, "An appraisal of the history of Buddhist Sanskrit studies in East Asia", SBWarder 194-203

B1609.1.Mark L. Blum, "Pure Land Buddhism as an alternative marga", EB 27.1, 1994, 30-77

B1609.3 Roy Brabant-Smith, "In samsara exists nibbana", MW 68, 1994, 201-206

B1609.4 Kerry Brown, Buddhism and Ecology. Loondon 1992; Delhi 1994

B1610 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, Buddhism and Language. Ithaca, N.Y. 1994

B1610.0 Nishithnath Chakravarty, "Realism-phenomenalism controversy in Indian thought (with special reference to the Nyaya-Vaisesika and Buddhist schools)", VJP 31.1, 1994

B1610.1 Angraj Chaudhury, "Buddhism and pragmatism", EBPL 1994, 33-37

B1610.2 Angraj Chaudhury, "Causes of variety in Buddhist thought", EBPL 1994, 61-67

B1610.5 Eric Cheetham, Fundamentals of Mainstream Buddhism. Boston 1994; Enfield 1996

B1610.6 L.S.Cousins, "The 'five points' and the origins of the Buddhist schools", BF 2, 1991, 27-60. Reprintee BCCRS 2, 52-83

B1610.8 Heinrich Dumoulin, Understanding Buddhism: Key Themes. New York 1994

B1611 Hubert Durt, Problems of Chronology and Eschatology: Four Lectures on the Essay on Buddhism by Tominaga Nakamoto. Kyoto 1994

B1612 Paul J. Griffiths, On Being Buddha. Albany, N.Y. 1994

B1612.1 Gavin Harrison, In the Lap of the Buddha. Boston 1994

B1612.5 Oskar von Hinuber, Untersuchungen zur Mundlichkeit fruher mittelindischer Texte der Buddhisten. Mainz 1994

B1613 Kenneth K. Inada, "The Buddhist aesthetic nature: a challenge to rationalism and empiricism", AsPOxford 4, 1994, 139-150

B1613.0 K. P. Jayaswal, "Lost Sanskrit works uncovered from Tibet (1881-1937)", MRSBC 16-22

B1613.1 David J. Kalupahana, A History of Buddhist Philosophy. Delhi 1994

B1613.2 Y. Karunadasa", The Buddhist doctrine of non-self", MW 68, 1994, 107-118


B1613.4 Winston L. King, "A buddhist ethic without karmic rebirth?”m JBE 1, 1994, 33-44

B1613.5 Anant Kumar, "Famous panditas of the Buddhist universities of early India", HIPP 511-526

B1614 G.C.Nayak, "Pratitya-Samutpada and anti-essentialism: some theoretical and practical implications", JPS 2.1, 1994, 23-28

B1614.0 Reginald A. Ray, Buddhist Saints in India: A Study in Buddhist Values and Orientations. New York) 1994

B1614.1.Noble Ross Reat, Buddhism. California 1994

B1614.1.0 Ki-young Rhi, "Mahayana, one mind, which is to be k nown, which is to be realized", WFBR 31.4, 1994, 23-27

B1614.1.1 Rahula Sankrtyayana, "Buddhist dialectics", MRSBC 11-15

B1614.2.Gregory Schopen, "The monastic ownership of servants and slaves: local and legal factors in the redactional history of two vinayas", JIABS 17.2, 1994, 145-174

B1614.2.0.5 Bhra Sconthorndhammatheda, "The concept of karuna in Buddhism--a note", CultInd 241-246

B1614.2.0 Prabal Kumar Sen, "Substance and qualities: the Nyaya and Buddhist views", VJP 31.1, 1994

B1614.2.1 T.R.Sharma, "Sunyata: some new dimensions", AIBP 73-89

B1614.2.2 T.R.Sharma, "The relation between pratityasamutpada and sunyata", AIBP 98-105

B1614.2.3 T.R.Sharma, "Doctrine of svabhava in Buddhist and non-Buddhist philosophical systems", AIBP 106-115

B1614.2.3.5 Shin-Ichi Takahara, "An analysis of mind: comparison between Indian Buddhism and Greek philosophy", BDCRI 54-55, 1994-95, 293-298

B1614.3.Tilmann Vetter, "On the origin of Mahayana Buddhism and the subsequent introduction of prajnaparamita", AS 48, 1994, 1241-1282

B1614.3.00 Alex Wayman, "The Buddhist theory of the King's forbearance (ksanti) as peace-making", JNIBS 17, 1994, 355-369. Translated into Spanish in REB 12, 1996-98, 23-41

B1614.3.0 D. Amerasiri Weeratne, "Karma, rebirth and detractors", Buddhist 65, 1994, 29-35

B1614.3.01 Palita Weerman, "Misconceptions of some dharma terms", Buddhist 65, 1994, 25-28

B1614.3.1 O.H. de Wijesekera, "The Buddha and metaphysics", BVSAM 3-12

B1614.3.2 Wijesekere, "Buddhism and the moral problem", BVSAM 23-42

B1614.3.3 Wijesekere, "The three signata", BVSAM 71-84

B1614.3.4 Wijesekere, "The Buddhist concept of mind", BVSAM 85-92

B1614.3.4.5 J.K.P.Ariyaratna, "Buddhism-science interface: a brief consideration of tanha", SLJBS 4, 1995, 37-48

B1614.3.4.8 Jose Igancio Cabezon, "Comparison as a principle of knowledge and its application to the translation of buddhist texts", BTPP 1995, 59-74

B1614.3.5 Lama Chimpa, "The methodology of translations from classical Tibetan", BTPP 1995, 14-19

B1614.3.6.Mangala R. Chinchore, Aniccata/Anityata. Delhi 1995

B1614.3.6.1 Mangala Chinchore, "Lost Buddhist texts: the rationale of their reconstruction in Sanskrit", BTPP 1995, 97-118

B1614.3.8 Sungtaek Cho, The Rise of Mahayana Buddhism. Ph.D.Thesis, Unversity of California at Berkeley , 1995

B1614.4.Richard S. Cohen, "Discontented categories: Hinayana and Mahayana in Indian Buddhist history", JAAR 63, 1995, 1-26

B1614.05 Peter della Santina, "Liberation and language: the Buddhist-dharma in translation", BTPP, 1995, 97-118

B1614.06 Padmasiri de Silva, ".....", RelSt 13-14.2-3, 1995, 55-65

B1614.4.1 N.S.Dravid, "Buddhist conception of selfless self-identity: a critique", JICPR 12.3, 1995, 31-38

B1416.4.2 Georges Dreyfus, "Upon translating philosophical terminology", BTPP 1995, 168-176

B1614.4.3 Heinrich Dumoulin, Spiritualitat des Buddhismus: Einheit in lebendigkeit Vielfelt. Mainz 1995

B1614.5.Newman Robert Glass, "Splits and gaps in Buddhism and postmodern thrology", JAAR 63, 1995, 303-320

B1614.5.1 Newman Robert Glass, Working Emptiness: Toward a Third Reading of Emptiness in Buddhism and Post-Modern Thought. Atlanta 1995

B1614.6.Luis O. Gomez, "Unspoken paradigms:meanderings thru the metaphors of a field", JIABS 18.2, 1995, 183-200

B1614.6.1.Paul Harrison, "Searching for the origins of the Mahayana: what are we looking for?", EB 28.1, 1995, 48-69. Reprinted in BCCRS 3, 164-180

B1614.6.1.5 Richard P. Hayes, "Did Buddhism anticipate pragmatism?", ARC: The Journal of the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University 23, 1995, 78-88

B1614.6.2.Kanai Lal Hazra, The Rise and Decline of Buddhism in India. New Delhi 1995

B1614.7.C.W.Huntington, Jr., "A way of reading", JIABS 18.2, 1995,

B1614.7.06 Tilak Kariyawasan;, "The concept of buddhaksetra as depicted in early Mahayana Buddhism", SLJBS 4, 1995, 175-195

B1614.7.07 Damien Keown, Buddhism and Bioethics. New York 1995

B1614.7.07.1 Damien Keown,”Are there 'human rights’ in Buddhism?”, JBE 2, 1995, 3-24

B1614.7.1.Richard King, Early Advaita and Buddhism. Ithaca, N.Y. 1995

B1614.7.2.Donald Lopez, Jr., "Authority and orality in the Mahayana", Numen 42, 1995, 21-47

B1614.7.2.01 Graeme Lyall, "The rise of the Mahayana", WFBR 32.1, 1995, 31-34

B1614.7.2.05 Elizabeth Napper, "Styles and principles of translation", BTPP 1995, 35-42

B1614.7.2.08 G.C.Nayak, "Are jivanmukta and Bodhisattva ideals asymmetrical?", IndPQ 22, 1995, 215-224

B1614.7.2.1 B. Wimalaratna Nayaka Thera, "The Buddhist attitude of tolerance", BRMIC 46, 1995, 204-205

B1614.7.2.2 H. S. S. Nissanka, Buddhist Psychotherapy: An Eastern Therapeutical Approach to Mental Problems. New Delhi 1995

B1614.7.2.3.K.R.Norman, "Translation problem with Buddhist Texts", Dharma World 22, 1995

B1614.7.2.4 S. K. Pathak, "Some formulae for translating Buddhist texts from Tibetan", BTPP 1995, 43-58

B1614.7.3.Bruce Petzold, The Classification of Buddhism. Wiesbaden 1995

B1614.7.4.John Pickering, :Buddhism and cognitivism: a postmodern appraisal", AsPOxford 5.1, 1995, 23-38

B1614.8.D.Seyfort Ruegg, "Some reflections on the place of philosophy in the study of Buddhism", JIABS 18.2, 1995, 145-182

B1614.8.1 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "On translating Tibetan philosophical texts", BTPP 1995, 75-86

B1615 K.T.S. Sarao, "Advent of Buddhism in Sri Lanka", TBHTB 1995, 125-174

B1615.1 K. T. S. Sarao, "Decline of Buddhism", TBHTB 1995, 115-124

B1616.David Scott, "Buddhist functionalism--instrumentality reaffirmed", AsPOxford 5.2, 1995, 109-126

B1616.5 Robert H. Sharf, "Buddhist modernism and the rhetoric of meditative experence", Numen 42, 1995, 228-283. Reprinted BCCRS 2, 255-299

B1617 Arvind Sharma, The Philosophy of Religion: a Buddhist Perspective. Delhi 1995

B1617.03 N. Singh, "Buddhist translations: problems and perspectives", BTPP, 1995, 20-34

B1617.04 Priyasen Singh, "Decline of Buddhism in India", SSJ 394-401

B1617.05 Sanghasen Singh, "Existence and nonexistence in Buddhism", IIT 86-110

B1617.07 Chogkhen Thubtan Tandhar, "An opinion on translating Buddhist terminologies (focussing on the term pratityasamutpada)", BTPP 1995, 177-180

B1617.1 Tom Tillemans, "Remarks on philology", JIABS 18.2, 1995, 269-278

B1617.1.0 Fernando Tola, "Budismo y humanismo", REB 9, 1995, 60-67

B1617.1.1 Hugo Vitalis, "Don Cupitt's attraction to Buddhism and in contrast to Keith Ward's attraction to Vedanta: an analysis", Sophia 34.2, 1995, 74-87

B1617.2 Alexander von Rospatt, The Buddhist Doctrine of Momentariness: a Survey of the Origins and Early Phase of This Doctrine up to Vasubandhu. Stuttgart 1995

B1617.3 Joe Bransford Wilson, "Problems and methods in translation of Buddhist texts from Tibetan", BTPP 1995, 145-167

B1617.3.2 Karma Gelak Yuthok, "The five precepts and the Vajrayana", WFBR 32.3, 1995, 45-56

B1617.3.5 Ruwan Bandara Adhikari, "Kalpa", EnBud 6, 1996, 90-92

B1617.4 Bhikkhu Ananda, "The Buddhist approach to the scriptures", JD 21, 1996, 364-377

B1618 Ashok Kumar Anand, "Buddhism in India: from the 6th Century B.C. to the 3rd Century A.D. New Delhi 1996

B1618.T. Ariyadhamma, "Kalyanamitta", EnBud 6, 1996, 92-93

B1618.3 S. R. Bhatt, A Buddhist critique of relation with special reference to samavaya", JICPR 13.3, 1996, 103-110

B618.4 Daniel Boudher, Buddhist Translation Procedures in Third-Century China: a Study of Dharmaraksha and his Translation Idiom.Ph.D.Thesis, U. of Pennsylvania 1996; Ann Arbor 1998

B1618.4.5 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Sanskrit and reality: the buddhist contribution", ISS 109-136

B1618.4.8 David W. Chappell, "Are there seventeen Mahayana ethics?”, JBE 3, 1996, 44-65

B1618.5 Angraj Chaudhury, "Buddhism: where philosophy and religion converge", BudIA 1996, 54-62

B1619 Mangala R. Chinchore, Santana and Santanantara. Delhi 1996

B1621 Robin Coper, The Evolving Mind: Buddhism, Biology, and Consciousness. Birmingham 1996

B1622 Bryan Jare Cuevas, "Predecessors and prototypes: towards a conceptual history of the Buddhist antarabhava", Numen 63, 1996,263-302

B1622.3 Jotiya Dhirasekera, "Die individual und soziale Dimension der Erlösung im Buddhismus", ECB 73-87

B1622.7 Heinrich Dumoulin, "Christentum und Buddhismus in der Begegnung", ECB 32-51

B1623 Brian Galloway, "The Buddhist conditional in set-theoretic terms", JIP 24, 1996, 649-658

B1623.05 Rupert Gethin, "Cosmology and meditation: from the Agannasutta to the Mahayana", HistR 36, 1996-97, 183-217

B1623.06 Pradeep P. Gokhale, "Essentialism, eternalism and Buddhism", BudIA 1996, 199-210

B1623.06.0 Richard Francis Gombrich, How Buddhism Began: the Conditional Genesis of the Early Teachings. London 1996; New Delhi 1997

B1623.06.1 Phyllis Granoff, "The ambiguity of miracles: Buddhist understanding of supernatural powers", EAW 46.1-2, 1996, 79-96

B1623.06.2 Godfrey Gunasekara, "Life and realms of existence", Buddhist 67.2, 1996, 10-13

B1623.07 John J. Haldar, "The early Buddhist theory of truth" a contextualist pragmatic interpretation:, IPQ 36, 1996, 443-460

B1623.07.5 Richard P. Hayes, "Ritual, self-deception and make-believe: a classical Buddhist perspective", Self and Deception: a Cross-Cultural Philosophical Inquiry (ed. Roger T. Ames)(Albany, N.Y. 19886), Chapter 16

B1623.08.1 Frank J. Hoffman, "Orientalism in Buddhology", PaliBud 1996, 207-225

B1623.08.1.3 Christopher Ives, "Response: visions and revisions in Buddhist ethics”, JBE 3, 1996, 66-72

B1623.08.1.5 Roger R. Jackson, "How mystical is Buddhism?", AsPOxford 6.2, 1996, 147-154

B1623.08.2 Subhadra A. Joshi, "Buddhist mysticism: a comparative study", BudIA 1996,104-113

B1623.08.3 A. D. P. Kalansuriya, "The logical grammar of the word 'rebirth' in the Buddhist paradigm", PaliBud 1996, 133-140

B1623.08.4 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Jnanakaya", EnBud 6, 1996, 60

B1623.08.6 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Jnana", EnBud 6, 1996, 58-59

B1623.08.7 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Karmavarana", EnBud 6, 1996, 143-144

B1623.08.8 A.G.S.Kariyawasn, "Jara", EnBud 6, 1996, 1-2

B1623.08.9 Upali Karunaratne, "Kasina", EnBud 6, 1996, 145-147

B1623.08.91 Upali Karunaratne, "Karma-bhava", EnBud 6, 1996, 104-105

B1623.08.92 Upali Karunaratne, "Jivita", EnBud 6, 1996, 56-57

B1623.08.95 Damien Keown, Buddhism. Oxford 1996, 2000. In Polish, Warsaw 1997

B1623.08.98 Baidyanath Labh, "Saddha in Buddhism: a cardinal virtue of life", VIJ 33-34, 1995-96, 155-164

B1623.08.99 Robert C. Lester, Buddhism. Long Grove, I.. 1996 (?)

B1623.09 David Loy, "Beyond good and evil? A Buddhist critique of Nietzsche", AsPOxford 6.1, 1996, 37-58

B1623.010 Deegalle Mahinda, "The moral significance of Buddhist nirvana", PaliBud 1996, 105-116

B1623.1 Michitoshi Manda, "On sassatavada in comparison with ucchedavada", JIBSt 44.2, 1996, 93-109

B1623.1.5 John Magnus Michelson, "The place of Buddhism in Santayana's moral philosophy", MSAP 70-81

B1623.2 Kewal Krishna Mittal, "Philosophic roots of the concept of tolerance", ABSB 1996, 93-109

B1624 Kogen Mizuno, Essentials of Buddhism. Tokyo 1996

B1625 Krishna Murthy and K. Padmanabha, The Buddha: His Nirvana and Mahaparinirvana. New Delhi 1996

B1626 K. Krishna Murthy, Studies in Buddhism. New Delhi 1996

B1626.3 Hajime Nakamura, "Der Erlösungs prozess in Buddhismus", ECB 88-111

B1626.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Kama", EnBud 6, 1996, 102-104

B1626.6.6 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Kamacchanda", EnBud 6, 1996, 105-106

B1627 G.C.Nayak, "Freedom and equality in Vedantic and Buddhist tradition with special reference to a certain asymmetry in the jivanmukti and bodhisattva ideal", ABORI 76, 1996, 129-135

B1627.000 B. Sree Padma and John Clifford Holt, "Buddhism in Andhra and its influence on Buddhism in Sri Lanka", IHR 23.1-2, 1996-97, 10-18

B1627.00 Narasinghe Charan Pande, "Concept of bhumi in Buddhist literature", JOI 46, 1996, 31-46

B1627.0 B. N. Pandit, "Buddhism and Kashmir Saivism", Srijnanamrtam 370-379

B1627.0.5 Wolfart Pannenbeg, "Auf der Suche nach dem wahren Selbst: anthropologie als Ort der Begegnung zwischen christlichen und buddhistischen Denken", ECB 128-146

B1627.1 L. P. N. Perera, "Universalism in the Buddhist perspective", SLJBS 5, 1996, 70-83

B1627.2 P. D. Premasiri, "Buddhist philosophy as a way of life", SLJBS 5, 1996, 42-56

B1627.3 Ramakrishna Puligandla, "Pratityasamutpada and creativity", BEWC 1996, 125-137

B1627.4 Ramakrishna Puligandla, "What is the status of the doctrine of dependent origination?", PaliBud 1996, 175-183

B1627.4.1 S. Rinpoche, "'Time' in the Buddhist tradition", CTAM 1996, 61-65

B1627.4.1.5 Jeffrey B. Rubin, Psychotherapy and Buddhism: Toward an Integration. New York, London 1996

B1627.4.2 Sibnath Sarma, "The concept of good-life' in Buddhism", MMSFV 123-126

B1627.5 David Scott, "Buddhist responses to Manichaeism: Mahayana reaffirmation of the 'Middle Path'", HistR 35, 1996, 148-162

B1627.6 Jitendra B. Shah, "Reference to Buddhist philosophical problems in Jain anga agamas", JainA 49, 1996, 1-9

B1627.7 D. Saddhasena, "Jivita-navaka-kalapa", EnBud 6, 1996, 57

B1627.7.5 D. Saddhasena, "Javana", EnBud 6, 1996, 33-35

B1627.8 Priyasen Singh, "Buddhism in India", ABSB 1996, 161-170

B1627.8.5 Shingo Suguro and A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Jati", EnBud 6, 1996, 25-29

B1627.9 Charles S. Terry and Richard L. Gage, Basic Buddhist Concepts. Tokyo 1996

B1628 Amarnath Thakur, Buddha and Buddhist Synods in India and Abroad. New Delhi 1996

B1629 Asanga Tilakaratna, Nature and Ineffability: A Study of the Buddhist Theory of Reality and Language (Kelaniya 1993)

B1630 Fernando Tola and Carmen Dragonetti, "Buddhist conception of reality", JICPR 14.1, 1996, 35-64

B1631 C. L. Tripathi, "The Buddhist doctrine of trinity (trikayavada)", Srijnanamrtam 423-432

B1636 W.G.Weeratne, "Kaurna", EnBud 6, 1996, 144-145

B1638 Takeuchi Yoshimori, "Die Bedutung der 'anderen Kraft' in buddhistischen Heilspfad", ECB 175-192

B1640 Kapila Abhayawamsa, "Buddhist and Kantian critique of metaphysics", RRBS 16-46

B1641 Nandita Bandyopadhyay, "Buddhist treatment of pararthanumana", EssInP 313-354

B1642 David Bastow, "Rationality in Buddhist thought", CWP 1997, 410-419

B1642.5 Stephen Batchelor, Buddhism without Beliefs: a Contemporary Guide to Awakening. London, New York 1997, 1998

B1643 S.R.Bhatt, "Logic and language in Buddhism", CEAP 414-434

B1646 C.D.Bijelwan, "The nature of tantrayana tradition of yoga and its subsequent forms", WFBR 34.4, 1997, 45-46

B1650 John Ross Carter, "Reflections on social and political ideals in Buddhist philosophy", CWP 1997, 360-369

B1651 Sukomal Chaudhuri, "Buddhist concept of liberation", EssInP 121-129

B1654 Padmasiri de Silva, "Explaining the vicissitudes and effected working with emotons: an early Buddhist perspective”, AEEBP

B1658 David Fontana, "Authority in Buddhism and in Western scientific philosophy”, AEEBP

B1657 Richard Gombrich, "The Buddhist attitude to thaumaturgy", BVSK 165-184

B1675.1 Richard Gombrich, "Kindness and compasion as a means to nirvana", Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciencesd, 1997. Reprinted BCCRS 2, 136-153

B1658 Rita M. Gross, "Towards a Buddhist environmental ethics", JAAR 65, 1997, 333-354

B1659 Sue Hamilton, "The dependent nature of the phenomenal world", RRBS 276-291

B1660 Masaaki Hattori, "The Buddhist theory concerning the truth and falsity of cognition", RSB 1997, 261-371

B1666 Frank J. Hoffman, "Contemporary Buddhist philosophy", CEAP 468-489

B1667 Kenneth K. Inada, "Buddhist reality and divinity", CWP 1997,468-469

B1668 Kenneth K. Inada, "The nature of Buddhist compassion", RRBS367-377

B1669 Miciko Ishigami-Iagolnitza, "The self and the person as treated in some Buddhist texts", AsPOxford 7.1, 1997, 37-46

B1675 Roger R. Jackson, "Buddhism in India", CEAP 318-348

B1676 Knut A. Jacobsen, "Humankind and nature in Buddhism", CWP 1997, 468-469

B1681 Matthew Kapstein, "Buddhist perspectives on ontological truth", CWP 1997, 420-435

B1682 Thomas P. Kasulis, "The Buddhist concept of self", CWP 1997, 400-409

B1683 Damien Keown, "Buddhism and the dilemmas of death: a bibliographical introduction", BudSR 14.2, 1997, 169-184

B1687 Sallie B. King, "The doctrine of Buddha-nature is impeccably Buddhist", PBT 1997, 174-192

B1687.5 Bimalendra Kumar, "A study of the term bodhicary5vatara", JDPaliUC 7, 1997, 93-95

B1688 Pramod Kumar, "The Nyaya-Vaisesika and the Buddhist controversy over the problem of universals", EAW 47, 1997, 95-104

B1688.5 Baidyanath Labh, "Mara and Buddhism, a study in the Buddhist approach to materialism", WFBR 34.1-2, 1997, 38-41

B1688.7 Brian L. Lancaster, "The mythology of anatta: bridging the East-West divide”, AEEBP

B1689 Christian Lindtner, "Cittamatra in Indian Mahayana until Kamalasila", WZKSOA 41, 1997, 159-206

B1689.1 Christian Lindtner, "Buddhism as sadhatuvada", ALB 61, 1997, 45-68

B1694 Donald S. Lopez Jr., "Buddhism in Tibet", CEAP 361-393

B1694.5 Robert Magliola, On Deconstructing Life-Worlds: Buddhism, Christianity, Culture. Atlanta 1997

B1695 Shiro Matsumoto, "The doctrine of tathagata-garbha is not Buddhist", PBT 1997, 165-173

B1696 Stewart McFarlane, "Morals and society in Buddhism", CEAP 452-467

B1700 J. N. Mohanty, "The Hindu philosopher's criticism of Buddhist philosophy", EssInP 171-184. Reprinted ExinP 114-125

B1701 Robert G. Morrison, Nietzsche and Buddhism: a Study in Nihilism and Ironic Affinities. Oxford 1997

B1701.5 Chisho Mamoru Namai, "On bodhicittabhavana in the esoteric Buddhist tradition", Tibetan Studies 7.2, 1997, 657-668

B1702 Hajime Nakamura, "Knowledge and reality in Buddhism", CEAP 435-451. Translated by Grant A. Olson. Albany, N.Y. 1995

B1706 Chisho Mamoru Namai, "On bodhicittabhavana in the esoteric Buddhist tradition", TibSt 657-668

B1707 Eva K. Neumaier-Dargyay, "Buddhism", LADWR 1997, 87-104

B1707.5 K.R.Norman, A Philological Approach to Buddhism. The Bukyo Dendo Kyokai Lectures 1994. BF 5, 1997

B1708 Harry Oldmeadow, "Delivering the Last Blade of Grass: aspects of the bodhisattva ideal in the Mahayana", AsPOxford 7, 1997, 181-194

B1709 Joseph O'Leary, "The significance of John Keenan's Mahayana theology", EB 30.1, 1997, 114-132

B1710 G.C.Pande, "Causality in Buddhist philosophy", CWP 1997, 370-380

B1713 Martin Perenchio, "The Indian Mahayana background of Tibetan Budhism", WFBR 34.1-2, 1997, 17-22

B1716 P. D. Premasiri, "Idea of the good in Buddhist philosophy", CWP 1997, 370-380

B1717 Raja Ramanna, "Scientific philosophy with reference to Buddhist Thought", Prakrti4, 1997, 29-44

B1717.5 Vijaya Rani, "Theory of apoha--its changing concepts in the Buddhist philosophy", JOI 47, 1997, 49-54

B1718 Akira Sadakata, Buddhist Cosmology: Philosophy and Origins. Tokyo 1997

B1720 Ajay Mitra Shastri, "Buddhism in the Deccan during the Satavahana age", QJMS 88.1, 1997, 89-112

B1723 Hans Wolfgang Schumann, Buddhismus Schriften, Schulen und Systeme. Munchen 1997

B1723.5 B. Seelowimala, "The Buddhist attitude towards death", WFBR 34.1-2, 1997, 44-47

B1724 Prabal Kumar Sen, "Anti-theistic arguments in Buddhism", EssInP 145-170

B1725 Shisaki Shizuki, "A study on the origins of Mahayana Buddhism", EB 30.1, 1997, 79-112

B1730 Mark Siderits, "Buddhist reductionism", PEW 47, 1997, 455-478

B1730.5 K. P. Sinha, "The theory of momentariness and its defence", JUG 39, 1997, 45-59

B1731 Ninian Smart, "A survey of Buddhist thought", CWP 1997, 78-98

B1732 Jikido Takasaki, "Thoughts on dhatu-vada and recent trends in Buddhist studies", PBT 1997, 314-320

B1733 Khenjo Migmar Tsering, "Philosophy of liberation according to Buddhism", JD 22, 1997, 86-96

B1738 Bangwei Wang, "Mahayana and Hinayana: a reconsideration of the yana affiliation of An Shigao and his school", BVSK 689-697

B1739 Alex Wayman, "The 'no-self' of Buddhism within Indian culture", UTK 629-549

B1740 Alec Wayman, "The three worlds, Vedic and Buddhist", UTK 447-463

B1741 Alex Wayman, "The Buddhist theory of virtue consignment", UTK 417-444

B1742 Alex Wayman, "Core teachings: suffering, karma, seed consciousness, dharma", UTK 244-276

B1743 Alex Wayman, "Prophecy for persons in Buddhism", UTK 223-240

B1748 Henry Weerasinghe, "Fear: a Buddhist interpretation', RRBS 612-629

B1749 Bellanwile Wimalaratana, "Buddhism and the Brahma concept" RRBS 637-642

B1754 Zuiho Yamaguchi, 'The core-elements of Indian Buddhism introduced into Tibet: a contrast with Japanese Buddhism", PBT 1997, 220-241

B1755 Keith Yandell, "Persons (real and alleged) in enlightenment traditions: a partial look at Jainism and Buddhism", IJPR

B1756 D.C.Ahir, Buddhism in North India and Pakistan. Delhi 1998

B1757 Atmarupananda, "Concern for the poor in Buddhism", VK 85, 1998, 452-455

B1758 Sumangal Barua, "Buddhism and its philosophy", WFBR 35.3, 1998, 20-24

B1759 Heinz Bechert, "Remarks on the Buddhist Sanskrit literature in Sri Lanka from the 9th century until the end of the Dambadeniya period", Suvarnacandraya 1-8

B1760 Patricia A. Bold, What Buddhists Believe. Oxford 1998

B1761 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Did the Buddha believe in karma and rebirth?", JIABS 21.1, 1998, 1-20

B1762 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Self and meditation in Indian Buddhism", International Conference on Korean Son Buddhism, Kobulch'onquin Paekyang-sa Buddhist Monastery 1998, pp. 141-159

B1764 Michael von Bruck, Buddhismus Grundlagen--Geschichte Praxis. Gutersloh 1998

B1765 Steven Collins, Nirvana and Other Felicities. Cambridge Studies in Religious Traditions 12, Cambridge 1998

B1766 Soman Gyatso Dokhamn, "The three fundamental yanas (the symbol of ultimate goal)", Bulletin of Tibetology 1998.1, 45-48

B1767.5 Bernard Faure, Bouddhismes, philosophes et religions. Flammarian 1998

B1767 Rupert Gethin, The Foundations of Buddhism. New York 1998

B1768 Richard Gombrich, Kindness and Compassion as Means to Nirvana. Amsterdam 1998

B1768.1 Godfery Gunasekere, "Life continuum" the Buddhist principle of re-existence (commonly called rebirth)", WFBR 35.3, 1998, 34-45

B1768.2 Richard P. Hayes, Land of No Buddha. Reflections of a Skeptical Buddhist. Birmingham, England 1998

B1768.3 Richard P. Hayes, "Buddhist philosophy", Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy 2, 1998, 92-99

B1768.4 P. Jeffrey Hopkins, "Death, sleep and orgasm: gateways to the mind of clear light", LDBC 76-92

B1768.5 Yuichi Kajiyama, "Buddhist eschatology, miracles, and power other than self", A Comprehensive Review of the Pure Land Buddhism of Honan, International Symposium, Bukkyo University-L.A.Extension 1998, 16-21

B1769 Damien Keown, Buddhism and Abortion. Honolulu 1998; London 1999

B1769.5 Anne Klein, "Death, love and rebirth", LDBC 64-75

B1770 Klaus K. Klostermaier, Buddhism: a Short Introduction. Oxford 1999

B1771 Robert Kritzer, "An atman by any other name: two non-Buddhist parallels to antarabhava", JIBSt 47.1, 1998, 5-11

B1772 Bimalendra Kumar, "Concept and practice of satya (truth) in Buddhism", JDPaliUC 8, 1998, 51-54

B1781 David McMahan, "Orality , writing, and authority in South Asian Buddhism: visionary literature and the struggle for legitimacy in the Mahayana", HistR 38, 1998, 249-274

B1784 Narada Mahathera, "Buddhistm in a nutshell, Chapter 7: Rebirth", WFBR 35.1, 1998, 42-44

B1787 Satkari Mukhopadhyaya, "Buddhism vis-a-vis Vedic traditions", BRMIC 49, 1998, 205-216

B1790 Moti Lal Pandit, Sunyata: The Essence of Mahayana Spirituality. New Delhi 1998

B1795 Bhikkhu Pasadika, "Zur Entfaltung volkommen Bewusstheit (smrtyupasthana) in Theravada and Vajrayana", Welten des Bewusstseins 8-9: Religion-Mystik-Schamanismus. Berlin 1998, 45-60

B1795.0 P. A. Payutta, Dictionary of Buddhism. Seoul 1998

B1795.05 Hans-Georg Pöhlmann, Begegnung mit dem Buddhisme. Frnakfut-am-Main 1998

B1795.1 Dharmendra Prasad, "Spirituality as responses and reactions to the environs of this world, based on pratityasamutpada", STEVL 115-124

B1795.2 Charles S. Prebish, "Text and tradition in the study of Buddhist ethics", WFBR 35.4, 1998, 37-49

B1795.3 Sasanrakkhit, "Buddhist yoga (Buddhist meditation)", JDPaliUC 8, 1998, 68-73

B1795.3.5 Helmut Täuscher, "Die Buddha Wirkllichkeit in der späteren Formen des mahayanistische Buddhismus", WerB 93-118

B1795.4 Sanjay Pati Tripathi, "Buddhism in Khotan", PBh 9, 1998, 134-161

B1795.5 Alexander Von Rospatt, "Einige Beruhrung spunkte zwischen der buddhistischen Augenblichkeitlehre und der Vostellung von der Momentarenheit der Akzhenzien (<arad, a<rad) in der islamischen Scholastik", ZDMG 11, 1998, 523-530

B1796 C.D.Ahir (ed.), Vipassana: a Universal Buddhist Meditation. Delhi 1999

B1798 Stephen Batchelor, The Psychology of Awakening. London 1999; York Beach, Maine 2000

B1799 Aparna Bhattacharya, "Journey of Buddhism to Tibet", BudCompL 319-333

B1799.5 Phra Bodhinyanathera, "Dangers of samadhi", WFBR 36.2, 1999, 78-79

B1800 Torkel Brekke, "The role of fear in Indian religious thought with special reference to Buddhism", JIP 27, 1999, 439-467

B1802 Jason W. Brown, "Microgenesis and Buddhism" the concept of momentariness", PEW 49, 1999, 261-277

B1803 Roderick S. Bucknell, "Conditioned arising evolves: variation and change in textual accounts of the paticca-samuppada doctrine", JIABS 22.1, 1999, 311-342

B1804 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "Reincarnation: a Buddhist view", FPh 16, 1999, 449-471

B1805 Ronald M. Davidson, "Masquerading as pramana: esoteric Buddhism and epistemological nomenclature", DTI 25-35

B1805.3 Florian Deleanu, "A preliminary study on meditation and the beginnings of Mahayana Buddhism", ARIRSU 11, 1999, 65-114

B1805.5 Peter della Santina, "Beyond self and not-self: the Mahayana vision of multidimensional being", CandC 32, 1999, 149ff.

B1805.7 Bart Dessein (ed.), "The notion of 'self' in Buddhism", CandC 32.1-2, 1999, 127-148

B1805.8 Phra Dhammapitaka (Bhikkhu P.A.Payutto), "Samadhi in Buddhism", Manushya 2.1, 1999, 48-67

B1805.9 Luis O. Gomez, "The elusive Buddhist self: preliminary reflections on its denial", CandC 32, 1999, 21-52

B1806 Paul J. Griffiths, "What do Buddhists hope for from antitheistic argument?", FPh 17, 1999, 506-522

B1808 Michael Hahn, The Poetic and Didactic Literatures of Indian Buddhism. Handbuch des Orientalistik, Abt. 2: Indien. Leiden 1999

B1809 Bradley K. Hawkins, Buddhism. London 1999

B1809.1 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Laziness", EnBud 6, 1999, 313-314

B1809.2 A.G.S.Kariyawasan, "Krtavi-bhumi", EnBud 6, 1999, 249

B1809.2.5 Upali Karunaratne, "Kayagatasati", EnBud 6, 1999, 168-169

B1809.3 Upali Karunaratne, "Kayanupassana", EnBud 6, 1999, 170

B1809.4 Upali Karunaratne, "Kayasakkhi", EnBud 6, 1999, 170-171

B1809.4.1 Upali Karunaratne, "Kayavinnatti", EnBud 6, 1999, 170-171

B1809.4.2 Upali Karunaratna, "Khana (Skt. Ksana)", EnBud 6, 1999, 182-192

B1809.5 Thomas P. Kasulis, "Under the Bodhi tree: an idealized paradigm of Buddhist transformation and liberation", SoundLT 207-219

B1810 Christine Konttler, Les voies de la sagesse: bouddhisme et religions d'Asie. Arles 1999

B1810.1 Bimalendra Kumar and Swati Ganguly, "The Buddhas of Mahayana school", TJ 24.3, 1999, 21-27

B1810.3 C. Lindtner, "Buddhism as Brahmanism", ITaur 23-24, 1998-99, 217-246

B1810.5 Rajnish Kumar Mishra, Buddhist Theory of Meaning and Literary Analysis. New Delhi 1999

B1811 David Montalvo, "The Buddhist empiricism thesis: an extensive critique", AsPOxford 9.1, 1999, 51-70

B1812 Sodo Mori, Mahayana Buddhism in Sri Lanka. Nisshin-shi 1999

B1812.5 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Kusala", EnBud 6, 1999, 258-259

B1812.7 Narada Mahathera, "Buddhism in a nutshell: Ch. 10: Nibbana", WFBR 36.1, 1999, 46-47

B1812.8 Narada Mahathera, "Buddhism in a nutshell: Ch. 11: The path to nirvana", WFBR 36.2, 1999, 44-47

B1813 Hari Shankar Prasad, "Time in buddhism: some reflections", BudCompL 87-94

B1813.5 R.K.Raval, "The concept of self in Buddhism" some reflections", PQJNMU 5, 1999, 23-44

B1814 Francesco Sferra, "The concept of purification in some texts of late Indian Buddhism", JIP 27, 1999, 83-103

B1815 Karunesha Shukla, "Turning points in the Mahayana Buddhist tradition", TPIST 69-91

B1816 Alan Sponberg, "The buddhist conception of an ecological self", SoundLT 107-127. Response by Paula M. Cooey 128-132

B1817 Ringu Tulku Rinpoche, "Bodhicitta", BGG 171-184

B1817.5 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Kasyapiya", EnBud 6, 1999, 155

B1818 Alex Wayman, "Some theories of Buddhist dates", ITaur 23-24, 1998-99, 205-216

B1818.00 W.,G.Weeratne, "Kaya", EnBud 6, 1999, 167-168

B1818.0 P.G.Yogio, "Universal suffering (duhkha)", Bulletin of Tibetology 1999.2, 14-23

B1818.1 Bibhuti Baruah, Buddhist Sects and Sectarianism. New Delhi 2000

B1818.1.5 S. R. Bhatt and Anu Mehrotra, Buddhistr Epistemology. London 2000

B1818.1.8 Bhikkhu Bodhi, the Noble Eight-Fold Path: Way to the End of Suffering. Seattle 2000

B1818.2 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Die buddhistische Lehre", DB1 23-200

B1818.2.1 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Zur Genese des Buddhismus seienmgeschichtelllchen Kontext. Prprium-Abgrenzung gegenuber hinduistische Traditionen un Jinismus.” In Andreas Bsteh (ed.), Der Buddhismus als Anfrage an christlilche Theologie und Philosophies. (Modling 2000, pp. 191-206. Translated into Englishin Andreas Bsteh (ed.), Buddhism Questioning Christianity. Lecture-Questions-Interactions. Modling 2010, 151-165

B1818.3 Andreas Bsteh (ed.), Der Buddhismus als Anfrage an christliche Theologie und Philosophie. Studien zur Religious Theology 5, Modling 2000

B1818.4 Sukomal Chaudhuri, "Saddarsana with special reference to the Bauddha darsana at a glance", JDPaliUC 10, 2000, 2-8

B1818.5 Richard S. Cohen, "Kinsmen of the son: Sakyabhiksus and the institutionalization of the Bodhisattva ideal", HistR 40.1, 2000, 1-31

B1819 Florin Deleanu, "A preliminary study on meditation and the beginnings of Mahayana Buddhism", IRIABSU 65-114. Reprinted BCCRS 3, 26-73

B1819.5 'Caste" et philosophie bouddhique. WZTB 47, Wien 2000

B1820 Ellison Banks Findly, Women's Buddhism, Buddhism's Women: Traditions, Revision, Renewal. Boston 2000

B1820.5 Eli Franco, "Lost fragments of the Spitzer manuscript”, Haranandalahari 77-110

B1821 Peter della Santina, "The sakara-nirakara controversy", JIPR 5, 2000, 26-36

B1822 Luis O. Gomez, "Buddhism as a religion of hope: observations on the 'logic' of a doctrine and its foundational myth", EB 32.1, 2000, 1-21

B1822.5 Bart Gruzalski, On the Buddha. Belmont, California 2000

B1823 Geshs Kelsang Gyatso, Ocean of Nectar: Wisdom and Compassion in Mahayana Buddhism. Delhi 2000

B1824 Geshs Kelsan Gyatso, Meaningful to Behold: the Bodhisattva's Way of Life. Delhi 2000

B1825 Peter D. Hershock, "Dramatic intervention: human rights from a Buddhist perspective", PEW 50, 2000, 9-33

B1826 Shohei Ichimura, "Budha's love and human love", CHBJ 13.2, 2000, 195-254

B1826.5 Joanne Jurawicz, "Playing with fire: the pratityasamutpada from the perspective of Vedic thought", JPTS 26, 2000, 77-103. Reprinted BCCRS 1, 169-188

B1827 Kenneth K. Inada, "The nature of emptiness and Buddhist ethics", CHBJ 13.2, 2000, 255-274

B1828 Matthew Kapstein, The Tibetan Assimilation of Buddhism: Conversion, Contestation, and Memory. New York 2000

B1828.5 Vladimir Korobov, "Structure of knowledge in the early texts of Prajnaparamita", (in Polish) AOV 1, 2000, 93-99

B1828.9 Semniang Leurmsai, "The metaphysical ethics according to the Bhagavadgita and the Suttanta Pitaka", Manushya 3.2, 2000, 45-60

B1829 Marvin Levine, The Positive Psychology of Buddhism and Yoga. Mahwah, N.J. 2000

B1829.5 Todd Lorentz, "Replanting the bodhi tree: new paradigms for Buddhism from quantum physics", ContB 1, 2000, 227-242

B1830 David R. Loy, "Freedom: a Buddhist critique", IntStudPh 32.2, 2000, 29-52

B1830.1 David R. Loy, "Serving time: a Buddhist perspective on the end", ContB 1, 2000, 35-52

B1834 Tokunaga Michio, "Mahayana essence as seen in the concept of 'return to this world'", WFBR 37.2, 2000, 28-34

B1836 Reiko Ohnume, "Internal and external opposition to the Bodhisattva's gift of his body", JIP 28, 2000, 43-75

B1838 Roy W. Perrett, "Buddhism, abortion and the middle way", AsPOxford 10, 2000, 101-114

B1839 H. S. Prasad, "Dreamless sleep: controversy between Vedanta and Buddhism", AsPOxford 10, 2000, 71-74

B1842 Lambert Schmithausen, "Buddhism and the ethics of nature--some remarks", EB 32.2, 2000, 26-78

B1844 Gregory Schopen, "The Mahayana and the middle period in Indian Buddhism" through a Chinese looking-glass", EB 32.2, 2000, 1-25. Reprinted FFMBI 3-24

B1847 John Schroeder, "Nirvana and the doctrine of 'skillful means'", PEW 50, 2000, 559-583

B1850 David Scott, "Wm. James and Buddhism: American pragmatism and the Orient", Religion 30, 2000, 337-352

B1851 N.K.Singh, Buddhism in Kashmir. Srinagar 2000

B1851.5 Pataraporn Sirikanchana, "The problem of nirvana in Buddhism", WFBR 37.1, 2000, 44-57

B1852 Andrew Skilton, "The letter of the Law and the lore of letters: the role of textual criticism in the transmission of Buddhist scripture", ContB 1, 2000, 9-34

B1854 Ernst Steinkellner, "Manuscript fragments, texts, and inscriptions in the temple of Tabo: an interim report with bibliography", WCSU 315-332

B1857 Jikido Takasaki, "The Tathagatagarbha theory reconsidered: reflections on some recent issue iln Japanese Buddhist studies", JJRS 27.1-2, 2000, 73-84

B1857.5 Nitin Trasi, "What is enlightenment?", PV 1.2, 2000, 81-99

B1858 Willliam S. Waldron, "Beyond nature/nurture. Buddhism and biology, in interdependence", ContB 1, 2000, 199-226

B1859 Paul Williams with Anthony Tribe, Buddhist Thought: a Complete Introduction to the Indian Tradition. London 2000

B1859.4 P.G.Yogi, "The doctrine of kaya", Bulletin of Tibetology 2000.1, 14-37

B1859.5 P.G.Yogi, "The Vedic and Buddhist concept of dharma", Bulletin of Tibetology 2000.1, 38-56

B1859.6 P.G.Yogi, "The paramitas", Bulletin of Tibetology 2000.2, 1-16

B1859.7 P. G. Yogi, "The attainment of Buddhahood and Bodhisattvas", Bulletin of Tibetology 2000.3, 1-13

B1859.8 Carol S. Anderson, "Duhkha (suffering)", EnB 1, 2001, 239-240

B1859.9 Carol S. Anderson, "Four noble truths", EnB 1, 2001, 295-298

B1859.9.1 Carol S. Anderson, "Anitya (impermanence)", EnB 1, 2001, 23-24

B1859.9.5 Dan Arnold, "Instrinsic validlity reconsidered: a sympathetic study of the Mimamsaka inversion of Buddhist epistemology", JIP 29, 2001, 589-675

B1859.9.8 C. Panduranga Bhatta, "Inclusivism in religio-philosophical systems", PV 2.2, 2001, 3-19

B1860 Bela Bhattacharyya, "Buddhist learning and literature at Nalanda", NBWGJ 143-173

B1860.1 Mark L. Blum, "Death", EnB 1, 2001, 203-210

B1860.5 George D. Bond, "Arhat", EnB 1, 2001, 28-30

B1860.6 George D. Bond, "Buddhavacana (word of the Buddha)", EnB 1, 2001, 93-94

B1860.2 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Karma (action)", EnB 1, 2001, 415-417

B1860.2.1 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Hinduism and Buddhism", EnB 1, 2001, 328-332

B1960.3 Robert E. Buswell, Jr., "Icchantika", EnB 1, 2001, 351

B1960.3.1 Robert E. Buswell, Jr., "Doubt", EnB 1, 2001, 257-258

B1960.3.2 Ngan Chan, A Study of the Developments and Philosophical Implicatons: the Buddhist Concept of svasamvedana (self-consciousness)”, 2001

B1860.4 Bryan J. Cueves, "Intermediate state", EnB 1, 2001, 377-380

B1860.5 Ronald M. Davidson, "Initiation", EnB 1, 2001, 375-377

B1860.5.5 Karen Derris, "Dhyana (trance state)", EnB 1, 2001, 226-227

B1860.6 John Dunne, "Logic", EnB 1, 2001, 469-471

B1861 Malcolm David Eckel with John J. Thatamanil, "Cooking the last fruit of nihilism: Buddhist approaches to ultimate reality", UR 125-150

B1861.1 Malcolmn David Eckerl with John J. Thatamanil, "Beginningless ignorance: a Buddhist view of the human condition", THC

B1862 Jay L. Garfield, Empty Words: Buddhist Philosophy and Cross-Cultural Interpretation. New York 2001

B1862.1 Jay L. Garfield, "Buddhism and democracy", P20WCP 12, 157-172

B1862.2 Rupert Gethin, "Heavens", EnB 1, 2001, 315-316

B1862.2.1 Rupert Gethin, "Cosmology", EnB 1, 2001, 183-187

B1862.3 Harjeet Singh Gill, Signification in Buddhist and French Traditions. New Delhi 2001

B1862.3.1 Robert M. Gimello, "Bodhi (awakening)", EnB 1, 2001, 50-53

B1862.3.3 Luis O. Gomez, "Faith", EnB 2001, 277-279

B1862.3.4 Luis O. Gomez, "Bodhicitta (thought of awakening)", EnB 1, 2001, 54-56

B1862.3.5 Luis O. Gomez, "Desire", EnB 1, 2001, 213-214

B1862.4 Syaram Mishra Haldhar, Buddhism in India and Sri Lanka, c. 300 B.C. - c. 600 A.D.: a Comparative Study. New Delhi 2001

B1862.4.5 Paul Harrison, "Buddhanusmrti (recollection of the Buddha)", EnB 1, 2001, 93

B1862.4.6 Paul M. Harrison, "Manjusri and the cult of the celestial Bodhisattva" (reference lost)

B1862.5 Peter Harvey, "Buddhist visions of the human predicament and its resolution", Buddhism 2001, 64-94

B1862.6 Peter Harvey, "Portrayals of ultimate reality and of holy and divine beings", Buddhism 2001, 95-124

B1862.7 Richard P. Hayes, "Language, Buddhist philosophy of", EnB 1, 2001, 451-452

B1862.8 Maria Heim, "Dana (giving)", EnB 1, 2001, 196

B1862.8.5 Chi-ciang Huang, "Dharmadhatu", EnB 1, 2001, 224-225

B1862.9 Roger R. Jackson, "Compassion", EnB 1, 201, 419-421

B1862.9.1 Richard L. Johnson, "On modern-day karmayogins and bodhisattvas: Gandhi's spiritual politics and engaged Buddhism", H 23, 2001, 29-44

B1862.9.2 Kei Kataoka, "Validity of cognition and authority of scripture", JIBSt 50.2, 2001, 11-15

B1862.9.5 Leslie S. Kawamura, "Bodhisattva(s)". EnB 1, 2001, 58-60

B1863 Damien Keown, Buddhism and Bioethics. New York 2001

B1864 Damien Keown, The Nature of Buddhist Ethics. New York 2001

B1864.5 Yong Pyo Kim, "The ideal of Bodhisattva-education: a Mahayanist view",. PV 2.2, 2001, 97-114

B1865 Jacob N. Kinnard, Imaging Wisdom: Seeing and Knowing in the Art of Indian Buddhism. New Delhi2001

B1865.2 John J. Makransky, "Buddhahood and Buddha bodies", EnB 1, 2001, 76-79

B1865.3 Alexander L. Mayer, "Dreams", EnB 1, 2001, 238-239

B1865.4 Richard D. McBride II, "Dharani", EnB 1, 2001, 217

B1865.4.5 Mettanando, "Applied Buddhist philosophy in academic research', PV 2/1. 2001, 23-48

B1865.5 Donald W. Mitchell, Buddhism. Introducing the Buddhist Experience. Oxford 2001

B1865.6 Jan Nattier, "Decline of the dharma", EnB 1, 2001, 210-213

B1865.7 Nobuyushi Nawabe, "Consciousness, theories of", EnB 1, 2001, 175-178

B1866 Yamabe Nobuyoshi, "Internal desire and the external world: an approach to environmental problems from a Buddhist perspective", EB 33.1, 2001, 128-143

B1866.5 Reiko Ohnuma, "Gender", EnB 1, 2001, 302-306

B1867 Motilal Pandit, Buddhism in Perspective. New Delhi 2001

B1867.1 Pasadika, "The origins of Mahayana", LTC 722-739

B1867.2 Corrado Pensa, "A Buddhist view of ecology, interdependence, emptiness and compassion", JD 26, 2001, 36-46

B1867.3 John Powrs, "Hermeneutics", EnB 1, 2001, 320-321

B1867.3.5 Jonathan A. Silk,"Buddhist studies", EnB 1, 2001, 94-101

B1867.4 Khinchen Thrangu Rinpoche, The Development of Buddhism in India. Oral translation from Tibetan by Ken and Katia Holmes, retranslated by Cornelia Weishara Gunter. Delhi 2001

B1867.4.5 Richard Salomon, "Gandhari, Buddhist literature in", EnB 1, 2001, 299-301

B1867.5 Anand Prakash Saraswat, "The turning point of Buddhism in India", MRK 2001, 97-105

B1867.6 Ajay Mitra Sastri, "Buddhist schools in early Andhra", Indica 38, 2001, 31-38; IHR 28,1-2, 2002, 1-17

B1867.7 John W. Schroeder, Skilful Means: The Heart of Buddhist Compassion. Honolulu 2001

B1868 Mark Siderits, "Buddhism and techno-physicalism: is the eightfold path a program?", PEW 51, 2001, 307-314

B1869 Jonathan A. Silk, "Contributions for the study of the philosophical vocabulary of Mahayana Buddhism", EB 33.1, 2001, 144-168

B1869.1 Henry Simoni-Wastila, "Buddhist thought and particularity: Thurman and Abe on a nondualistic middle way", EB 33.1, 2001, 80-105

B1869.3 Marjorie Hewitt Suhoki, "Skilful in means: the Buddha and the Whiteheadian God", JCP 28, 2001, 415-428

B1869.1.5 Stephen F. Teiser, "Hells", EnB 1, 2001, 316-318

B1869.1.7 Peter Verhagen, "Studies in Indo-Tibetan Buddhist hermeneutics (2): Notes a propos of the role of hermeneutics in Buddhist sectarianism in India and Tibet", IIJBS 2, 2001, 121-134

B1869.2 Tilmann Vetter, "Once again on the origin of Mahayana Buddhism", WZKSOA 45, 2001, 59-90

B1869.2.2 Russell Webb, "Contemporary European scholarship on Buddhism", IIJBS 2, 2001, 135-162

B1869.2.4 Charles Willemen, "Dharma and dharmas", EnB 1, 2001, 217-224

B1869.2.6 Liz Wilson, "Body, perspectives on the", EnB 1, 2001, 63-66

B1869.3 Youxuan Wang, Buddhism and Deconstruction: Towards a Comparative Semiotics. Richmond, Surrey 2001

B1869.3.5 Kala Acharya, Buddhanusmrti (A Glossary of Buddhist Terms). Mumbai 2002

B1869.4 Miri Albahari, "Against no-atman theories of anatta", AsPOxford 12.1, 2002, 5-20

B1869.4.5 Anindita S. Balslev, "The idea of karuna in the Upanisadic and the Buddhist traditions, with comments on the urgency for an encounter of world religions today", ITaur 28, 2002, 29-40

B1869.5 Sarbani Banerjee, "The Bauddha view of savikalpaka pratyaksa", JJP 13.1, 2002, 59-66

B1869.5.5 Jens Braarvig (ed.), Buddhist Manuscripts, Volume II (Manuscripts in the Schoyen Collection, Volume III). Oslo 2002

B1869.6 David Brazier, The New Buddhism. New York 2002

B1869.7 David Brazier, The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, Adversity and Passion. New York 2002

B1869.7.5 Torkel Brekke, Religious Motivation and the Origins of Buddhism. London 2002

B1869.8 David Burton, "Knowledge and liberation. Philosophical ruminations on a Buddhist conundrum", PEW 52, 2002, 326-345

B1869.8.3 Piyali Chakraborty, "The transitional period of Hinayana to Mahayana", JDPUC 11, 2002, 68-73

B1869.8.5 Binod Kumar Choudhury, "Nalanda: a great centre of Mahayana philosophy", NNMRP 8, 2002, 39-45

B1869.9 Sungtaek Cho, "The rationalist tendency in modern Buddhist scholarship", PEW 52, 2002, 426-440

B1869.9.5 Lily de Silva, "Mahakaruna", EnBud 6, 2002, 431-435

B1869.9.8 Shyamdeo Dwivedi, "Ancient University Nalanda and its famous teachers", NNMRP 8, 2002, 1-11

B1869.9.9 Michael B. Dy, "The religious experience of suffering: Buddhism and Christian", PV 3.1, 2002, 159-169

B1870 Malcolm David Eckel, Buddhism. Oxford 2002

B1871 Colin Edwards, "Non-self nonsense", BudSR 19, 2002, 147-158

B1871.3 Eli Franco, "Towards a reconstructionof the Spizer manuscript: the dialectical portions", WZKS 46, 2002, 171-224

B1871.5 Jonardon Ganeri, "Why truth? The Snake sutra", CB 3.2, 2002, 127-139

B1872 Sarbani Ganguli, A Critique of Causality with special reference to Nyaya-Vaisesika, Mimamsaka and Buddhist Theories. Kolkata 2002

B1872.1 Swati Ganguly, Perspective on Evolution of Buddhism: an Analysis of Chinese Buddhist Texts. Delhi 2002

B1873 Paul Harvey, "Buddhism: mistranslations, misconceptions and neglected territory", ContB 2, 2001, 19-38

B1873.00 Jinabodhi, "Concept of nama and rupa", JDPUC 11, 2002, 43-46

B1873.0 David J. Kalupahana, "Madhyama Pratipad", EnBud 6, 2002, 366-378

B1873.1 A.G.S. Kariywasan, "Lobha", EnBud 6, 2002, 316-317

B1873.2 Y. Karunadasa, "Mahabhuta", EnBud 6, 2002, 392-398

B1873.3 Suvimala Karunaratne, "Maya (I)", EnBud 6, 2002, 657-660

B1873.4 Upali Karunaratne, "Mala", EnBud 6, 2002, 581-582

B1873.4.1 Upali Karunaratne, "Manopavicara", EnBud 6, 2002, 623-624

B1873.5 Jacob N. Kinnard, "On Buddhist 'bibliolaters' representing and worshiping the book in medieval Indian Buddhism", EB 34.2, 2002, 94-116

B1873.5.5 Randy Kloetzli, "Nous and nirvana: converstions with Plotinus–an essay in Buddhist cosmology", PEW 57, 2002

B1873.6 Vladimir Korobov, "Terms of intentionalilty in early Prajnaparamita texts: "phenomenal reality" (dnigs pa), "abiding" (gnas pa), and "practice" (spyod)",AOV 3, 2002, 112-118

B1873.6.5 Christian Lindtner, "Buddhist Bhagavatism", ALB 66, 2002, 15-66

B1873.7 M.J.Marasinghe, "Loka", EnBud 6, 2002, 340-345

B1873.8 M.J.Marasinghe, "Mahayana", EnBud 6, 2002, 516-550

B1873.9 M.J.Marasinghe, "Mangala", EnBud 6, 2002, 600-604

B1874 David L. McMahan, Empty Vision. Metaphor and Visionary Images in Mahayana Buddhism. London 2002

B1874.3 Suzanne Mrazik, "The value of human difference: South Asian Buddhist contributions toward an embodied virtue theory”, JBE 9, 200, 1-33

B1874.5 Sawsat Mutsuddy, "Pancasila and its application in bio-ethics", JDPUC 11, 2002, 36-42

B1875 S.K.Nanayakkara, "Mahasukha", EnBud 6, 2002, 480-481

B1875.5 N. Narangoda, "Manasikara", EnBud 6, 2002, 597-598

B1876 Gananath Obeyesekere, Imagining Karma. Ethical Transformation in Amerindian, Buddhist and Greek Rebirth. Berkeley 2002

B1878 Hari Shankar Prasad, "Paul Williams and Anthony Tribe on Buddhist thought", JRS 33, 2002, 127-140

B1879. P.D.Premasiri, "Logical positivism", EnBud 6, 2002, 329-333

B1879.1 P.D.Premasiri, "Meditation", EnBud 6, 2002, 660-668

B1879.2 Vijaya Rani, "World peace and the Buddhist theory of middle-path", KUJ 36, 2002, 214-219

B1879.4 David Seyfort Ruegg, Studies in Indian and Tibetan Madhyamaka Thought. Part Two. Wien 2002

B1879.7 D. Saddhasena, "Mana", EnBud 6, 2002, 596-597

B1879.8 D. Saddhasena, "Mada", EnBud 6, 2002, 348-354

B1879.9 Kshanika Saha, "Buddhism in India as seen by the Chinese pilgrims", JDPUC 11, 2002, 21-29

B1879.9.5 Sadhan Chandra Sarkar, "Somce Mahayana traits in the early biographical accounts of Buddha", JDPUC 11, 2002, 30-35

B1880 Jonathan A. Silk, "What, if anything, is Mahayana Buddhism? Problems of definition and classifications", Numen 49, 2002, 355-405. Reprinted BCCRS 3, 383-419

B1880.5 Harjeet Singh, "De le signification dans les traditions bouddhistes et francaises", HEL 24.2, 2002, 113-146

B1881 Andrew Skilton, "An early Mahayana transformation of the story of Ksantivadin-'the teacher of forbearance'", BudSR 19, 2002, 115-136

B1881.1 Andrew Skilton, "State or statement? Samadhi in some early Mahayana sutras", EB 34.2, 2002, 51-93

B1882 Avinash Kumar Srivastava, "What is living and what is dead in Buddhist philosophy", NNMRP 8, 2002, 242-275

B1883 Asanga Tilakaratne, "Logic", EnBud 6, 2002, 317-329

B1884 Asanga Tilaratna, "Is nirvana ineffable?", BSHPLD 65-83

B1885 William F. Vallicella, "No self? A look at a Buddhist argument", IPQ 42, 2002, 453-466

B1885.5 H.G.A.Van Zeyst, "Materialism", EnBud 6, 2002, 647-658

B1886 William S. Waldron, "Buddhist steps to an ecology of mind: thinking about thought 'without a thinker'", EB 34.1, 2002, 1-52

B1886.0 M.D.H.W(eeratne), "Love", EnBud 6, 2002, 348-354

B1886.2 Chandra Weber, Die Lichtmetaphysik in fruhen Mahayuana Buddhismus. Wiesbaden 2002

B1886.0.5 Ballanile Wimalaratana, "Mahapurusa", EnBud 6, 2002, 467-470

B1886.0.7 Akira Yuyama, "Some remarks on the canonical texts quoted by Madhyamaka masters", IIJBS 3, 2002, 197-205

B1886.0.8 Mohan Wijayaratne, Le renoncement du monde dans le bouddhisme et dans la christianisme. Paris 2002

B1886.0.9 Masaru Akimoto, "Buddhist definition of existence: karitra to arthakriya", TMSR 107-116

B1886.0.9.5 Anand Amaladass, Indian Exegesis: Hindu-Buddhist Hermeneutics. Chennai 2003

B1886.1 Noritoshi Aramaki, "Toward a new working hypothesis on the origins of Mahayana Buddhism: an attempted criticism of some eight misconceptions" (summary). TICOJ 48, 2003, 90-92

B1886.2 Sven Bretfeld, "Visuelle representation im sogenanten 'buddhistischen Yogalehrbuch' an Qizil", in Sven Bretfeld and Jens Wilkens (eds.), Indien und Zentrelasien Sprach- und Kultur-Kontakt. (Wiesbaden 2003), 167-205

B1886.3 Johannes Bronkhorst, "A note on the Caraka Samhita and Buddhism", EBAT 115-121

B1886.4 Anoop Chandola, "Contactism: a human contact philosophy and Buddhism", CRPCSS 47-55

B1886.5 Mangala Chinchore, "Buddhist conception of brahma-vihara's direction to emancipation", BTCIK 275-291

B1887 Yong-ki Cho, "Early Buddhism and the essence of Mahayana Buddhism", BTCIK 67-77

B1887.2 Ronald Davidson, Indian Esoteric Buddhism. A Social History of the Tantric Movement. New York 2003

B1887.5 Roger Paul Droit, The Cult of Nothingness. The Philosophers and the Buddha. Translated by David Streight and Pamala Vohnsen. Chapel Hill, N.C. 2003

B1888 Eli Franco, "The oldest philosophical manuscript in Sanskrit", JIP 31, 2003, 21-31

B1888.1 Eli Franco, "The discussion of pramanas in the Spitzer manuscript", P12WSC Vol. 10.2, 2003, 121-138

B1888.5 Volmey P. Gay, "Response passionate about Buddhism" contesting theories of emotion", JAAR 71, 2003, 605-614

B1888.5.5 Nicholas F. Gier, "Gandhi and Mahayana Buddhism", GM 25, 2003, 155-178

B1888.6 S. R. Goyal, Indian Buddhism after the Buddha. Jodhpur 2003

B1888.8 Rita Gupta, "A brief summary of the critiques of Nyaya and Buddhist epistemology", IIJBS 4, 2003, 123-137

B1888.9 Janet Gyasto, "One plus one makes three: Buddhist gender, monasticism, and the law of the non-excluded middle", HistR 43, 2003, 89-115

B1889 Paul M. Harrison, "Relying on the dharma and not on the person's reflections on authority and transmission in Buddhism and Buddhist studies", JIABS 26.1, 2003, 9-24

B1889.0 Paul Harrison, "Medium and message: reflections on the production of Mahayana Sutras" EB 35.1-2, 2003, 115-151. Summarized in TICOJ 48, 2003, 86-87

B1889.0.5 Richard P. Hayes, "Classical Buddhist model of a healthy mind", in Psychology and Buddhism: from Individual to Global Community (ed. Kathleen H. Dockett, G. Rita Dudley-Grant and C. Peter Bankart). New York 2003

B1889.0.6 Richard p. Hayes, "Language, Buddhist philosophy of" in EnB.

B1889.1 Peter D. Herschock, "Renegade emotion: Buddhist precedents for returning rationality to the heart", PEW 53, 2003, 231-271

B1889.3 Frank J. Hoffman, "Rethinking experience in Buddhism: conversion and miracle sas 'family resemblance' features of Buddhist experience", BrB 125-148

B1889.5 Stephen Jenkins, "Do bodhisattvas relieve poverty?", AD 38-49

B1889.5.5 Cheng Jianhua, "Is Buddhism related to Brahmanism and Hinduism?", IIJBS 4, 2003, 1-7

B1889.6 Rhi Juhyung, "Early Mahayana and Gandharan Buddhism: an assessment of the visual evidence", EB 35.1-2, 2003, 152-202. Summarized in TICOJ 48, 2003, 89-90

B1889.7 Bijayananda Kar, "Buddhism in the third millennium", BTCIK 209-220

B1889.8 Bijayananda Kar, "The mahima dharma: a confluence of Vedantism and Buddhism", CRPCSS 37-46

B1890 Kataoka Kei, "Dialogue of Mimamsa and Buddhism on the Buddha's compassion and authority" (summary). TBKK 142, 2003, vi-vii

B1890.5 Justin Beise Kiblinger, "Identifying incljsivism in Buddhist contexts", CB 4, 2003, 79-97

B1890.6 Yong-pya Kim, "An intra-Buddhist dialogue between Theravada and Mahayana hermeneutical search for common unity”, IJBTC 3, 2003, 145-167. Reprinted BRP 188-205

B1890.7 John M. Koller, "Buddhist and psychoanalytilc insights into the self and self-awareness", BrB 107-124

B1891 Peter Kügler, "The logic and language of nirvana: a contemporary interpretation", IJPR 53, 2003, 93-110

B1892 Prabhas Kumar, The Problem of Existence in Nyaya and Buddhism. Delhi 2003

B1893 Shimoda Masahira, "The debate about the origin(s) of Mahayana and the transformation of the methodology of Buddhist studies", TICOJ 48, 2003, 87-88 (summary)

B1894 Keiichi Miyamoto, "Bodhisattvas and true words (satya): a note on the origin of Mahayana Buddhism", TMSR 65-72

B1895 Aramaki Noritoshi, "Towards a new working hypothesis on the origins of Mahayana Buddhism", EB 35.1-2, 2003, 203-218. Summarized in TICOJ 48, 2003, 90-92

B1895.5 Giacomella Orofino, "Eros and death in esoteric Indo-Tibetan Buddhism", BudA 1 103-122

B1896 O.P.Pathak, "Three characteristics: anicca, dukkha and anatta", VarPl 241-247

B1897 John Pickering, "On the interaction of Buddhism and psychology", BudSR 20.1, 2003, 49-66

B1897.5 C.L.Prabhakar, "Vedanta and Buddhism", QJMS 94, 2003, 24-30

B1897.5 M.V.Ramkumar Ratnam and L. Udaya Kumar, "The social relevance of dana in Mahayana", AN 43-49

B1898 Juhyung Rhi, "Gandharan art and Mahayana Buddhism: evidence old and new" (summary). TICOJ 48, 2003, 89-90

B1898.5 Kanchak Rigzan, "The two truths", AN 68-76

B1899 Andy Rotman, "The erotics of practice: objects and agency in Buddhist avadana literature", JAAR 71, 2003, 531-578

B1899.1 V.V.S. Saibaba, "Buddhist biological perspective on life", JDPUC 12, 2003, 115-117

B1899.2 Akira Saito, "Recent controversy over the origins and reality of Mahayana Buddhism" (summary). TICOJ 48, 2003, 85

B1899.3 Akira Saito, "Mahayana Buddhism: its origin and reality--on the basis of recent controversy and achievements", TICOJ 48, 2003, 129-133

B1899.5 Shizuki Sasaki, "What constitutes the origin of Mahayana Buddhism?" (summary). TICOJ 48, 2003, 88-89

B1899.6 Francesco Sferra, "Some consideratins on the relationship between Hindu and Buiddhist tantras", BudA 1 57-84

B1899.7 Masahiro Shimoda, "The debate about the origins of Mahayana and the transformation of the methodology of Buddhists sutras", (sumary). TICOJ 48, 2003, 87-88

B1899.8 Saski Shizuke, "What constitutes the origins of Mahayana Buddhism?", TICOJ 48, 2003, 88-89 (summary)

B1900 Frithjof Schuon, The Treasure of Buddhism. New Delhi 2003

B1903 Karunesha Shukla, "A view of the Buddhit anatman doctrine", BTCIK 262-274

B1903.5 Mark Siderits, Personal Identity and Buddhist Philosophy. Burlington, Vt. 2003

B1904 Jonathan A. Silk, "Dressed for success: the monk Kasyapa and strategies of legitimation in earlier Mah5yana scriptures", JA 291, 2003, 173-219

B1906 Jonathan A. Silk, "The fruits of paradox: on the religious architecture of the Buddha's life story", JAAR 71, 2003, 863-881

B1908 J.Sitarammamma, "The contribution of the Saila schools of Andhradesa to the rise of Mahayana thought", IIJBS 4, 2003, 123-137

B1909 Yeshi Thavkark "Dependent origination and its social message", AN 1-4

B1910 Inamalueva Nandaratnta Theo, "A study of dhyana in India and seon in Korea", BTCIK 78-95

B1913 Kevin Trainor, "Seeing, feeling, doing ethics and emotions in South Asian Buddhism", JAAR 71, 2003, 523-530

B1914.5 Francisco J. Verala and Natalie Duprez, "Imagining, embodiment, phenomenolog. and transformation”, BudandS

B1914 William S. Waldron, The Buddhist Unconscious: the Alayavijnana in the Context of Indian Buddhist Thought. London; N.Y. 2003

B1914.1 William S. Waldron, "Common ground, common cause; buddhism and science and the affiliations of identity”, BudandS

B1915 Gay Watson, "Buddhism and the feminine voice", CB 4, 2003, 25-32

B1915.3 Oliver Abeynayake, "Nibbana as empirical reality", SLJBS 2, 2004, 167-179

B1915.5 Kala Acharya, "Buddhism", IndPT 200-218; glossary 515-654

B1916 Giulio Agostini, "Buddhist sources on feticide as distinct from homicide", JIABS 27.1, 2004, 63-96

B1918 James Apple, "Twenty varieties of the Sangha: a typology of noble beings (arya). Indo-Tibetan scholasticism (Part II): An Assembly of Irreversible Bodhisattvas. JIP 32, 2004, 211-279

B1918.5 Biswanath Banerjee, "Buddhism and syncretism", JASBe 46.1, 2004, 1-16

B1919 Matthieu Boisvert, "Pratityasamutpada (dependent origination)", EnB 2, 2004, 669-670

B1919.1 Matthieu Boisvert, "Skandha (aggregate)", EnB 2, 2004, 779

B1919.5 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Mindfulness", EnB 2, 2004, 540-541

B1919.6 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Hinduism and Buddhism", EnB 1, 2004, 328-332

B1919.7 Johannes Bronkhorst, "Karma (action)", EnB 1, 2004, 415-417

B1920 David Burton, Buddhism, Knowledge and Liberation. Burlington, Vermont 2004

B1920.5 Robert E. Buswell, ed., Encyclopedia of Buddhism. Huntington Hills, Mich. 2004

B1921 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "Prayer", EnB 2, 2004, 671-673

B1921.1 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "Scripture", EnB 2, 2004, 755-758

B1922 David W. Chappell, "Repentance and confession", EnB 2, 2004, 721-723

B1922.4 Monima Chadha, "Perceiving particulars-as-such is incoherent: a reply to Mark Siderits", PEW 54, 2004, 389-403

B1922.5 William Chu, "Path", EnB 2, 2004, 635-640

B1923 Collett Cox, "Mainstream Buddhist schools", EnB 2, 2004, 501-507

B1924 Brian J. Cuevas, "Samsara", EnB 2, 2004, 738-739

B1924.1 Brian J. Cuevas, "Rebirth", EnB 2, 2004, 612-714

B1924.1.5 Peter della Santina, "Psychological suffering and freedom in the Buddhist tradition", SLJBS 2, 2004, 58-69

B1924.2 Eli Franco, "Did the Buddha have desires?", GJWDJ 39-48

B1924.2.1 Eli Franco, "The Spitzer manuscipt (SHT 810)–a philosophical manuscript from the Kusana period", in Turfan Revisisted–the First Century of Research into the Arts and Cultures of the Silk Road (ed. Desmond Durkin-Meisterernst, Simon-Chrisiane Raschmann, Jens Wilkens, Marianne Yaldiz and Peter Zieme (Berlin 2004), pp. 92-94

B1924.2.5 Oliver Freiberger, "The Buddhist canon and the canon of Buddhist studies", JIABS 27, 2004, 261-284

B1924.2.5.5 David N. Gellner, Himalayan conundrum? A puzzling absence in Ronald M. Davidson's Indian Esoteric Buddhism", JIABS 27, 2004, 411-417

B1924.3 Rupert Gethin, "Realms of existence", EnB 2, 2004, 711-712

B1924.5 Daniel A. Getz, "Precepts", EnB 2, 2004, 673-675

B1924.5.1 Daniel A. Getz, "Sentient beings", EnB 2, 2004, 760-761

B1924.6 Lynken Ghose, "A study in Buddhist psychology: is Buddhism...pre-detachment and anti-attachment?", ContB 5, 2004, 105-124

B1924.7 Luis O. Gomez, "Psychology", EnB 2, 2004, 678-692

B1924.7.1 Luis O. Gomez, "Nirvana", EnB 2, 2004, 600-605

B1924.7.2 Luis O. Gomez, "Meditation", EnB 2, 2004, 524-530

B1924.7.4 Susantha Gonatilekke, "Buddhist fundamental approaches in bioethics:, SLJBS 2, 2004, 117-134

B1924.7.5 Shankar Goyal, "Buddhism in early South Asian history", SVUOJ 47, 2004, 1-10

B1924.8 William H. Grosnick, "Tathagatagarbha", EnB 2, 2004, 826-828

B1925 Gioi Huong, Bodhisattva and Sunyata (in the early and developed Buddhist traditions). Delhi 2004

B1925 Junkichi Imanishi, "Jetsuro Watsuji's study of pratityasamutpada", JICABS 8, 2004, 1-52

B1926 Roger R. Jackson, "Prajna (wisdom)", EnB 2, 2004, 664-666

B1926.1 Roger R. Jackson, "Upaya", EnB 2, 2004, 871-872

B1927 Leslie S. Kawamura, "Paramita (perfection)", EnB 2, 2004, 631-632

B1927.3 John Kieschnik, "Monks", EnB 2, 2004, 565-568

B1927.6 Jacob N. Kinnard, "Worship", EnB 2, 2004, 905-907

B1927.8 Ria Kloppenborg, "Pratyekabuddha", EnB 2, 2004, 670-671

B1927.8.5 Fritz, Koster, Liberating Insight: Inroduction to Buddhist Psycholog as Insight Meditation. Translated by Marjo Osterhoff. Chang Mai: 2004

B1927.9 Richard D. McBride II, "Is there really 'esoteric' Buddhism", JIABS 27, 2004, 329-356

B1928 Justin McDaniel, "Paritta and raksa texts", EnB 2, 2004, 634-635

B1928.1 John R. McRae, "Ordination", EnB 2, 2004, 614-618

B1928.2 Shinuu Moriyama, "Is the proof of the ominiscient Buddha possible?", Horin 11, 2004, 183-197

B1928.4 Richard K. Payne, "Ritual", EnB 2, 2004, 723-726

B1928.7 Patrick A. Pranke, "Abhijna (higher knowledge):, EnB 1, 2004, 8-9

B1928.8 Patrick A. Pranke, "Vipassana (Skt., vipasyana)", EnB 2, 2004, 889-890

B1928.9 Tavivat Puntarsigvivat, "A Buddhist Christian dialogue on liberation", WFBR 41.2, 2004, 6-11

B1930 D. Seyfort Ruegg, "The Indian and the Indic in Tibetan cultural history, and Tson Kha Pa's achievement as a scholar and thinker: an essay on the concepts of Buddhism in Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism", JIP 32, 2004, 321-343

B1930.1 David Seyfort Ruegg, "Aspects of the investigation of the (earliest) Indian Mahayana", JIABS 26.1, 2004, 3-62

B1931 Jeffrey Samuels, "Toward an action-oriented pedagogy: Buddhist texts and monastic education in contemporary Sri Lanka", JAAR 72, 2004, 955-972

B1931.5 K.T.S.Sarao, "Anatman/atman (no self/self)", EnB 1, 2004, 18-20

B1932 Naomi Sato, "Some aspects of the cult of Aksobhya in Mahayana scriptures", JIBSt 52.2, 2004, 18-23

B1933 Gregory Schopen, "Mahayana", EnB 2, 2004, 492-499

B1934 John W. Schroeder, Skilful Means: the Heart of Buddhist Compassion. Edited by Alex Wayman. Delhi 2004

B1935 Mark Siderits, "Perceiving particulars: a Buddhist defense", PEW 54, 2004, 367-388

B1936 Peter Skilling, "Jambudvipa pracaramanah: the circulation of Mahayana Sutras in India", JICABS 7, 2004, 73-87

B1937 Andrew Skilton, "Buddhist literature in Sanskrit", EnB 2, 2004, 745-749

B1938 Gareth Sparham, "Sangha", EnB 2, 2004, 740-744

B1938.5 John S. Strong, Tathagata", EnB 2, 2004, 826

B1939 Karma Laksha Tomo, "Nuns", EnB 2, 2004, 606-611

B1939.3 Karma Leslie Tomo, "Pratimoksa", EnB 2, 2004, 667-669

B1939.5 Holm von Egidy, Beobachtung der Wirklichkeit: Differenztheorie und die zwei Wahrheiten in der buddhistische Madhyamaka-philosophie. Heidelberg 2004

B1939.7 Dale S. Wright, "Philosophy", EnB 2, 2004, 647-650

B1939.8 Dale S. Wright, "Critical questions rowards a naturalized conceptof karma in Buddhism”, JBE 11, 2004, 78-93

B1940 Buddhism: The Illustrated Guide. Edited by Kevin Trainor. Oxford 2004

B1040.3 Ryuichi Abe, "Word", CTSFB 291-310

B1940.5 Dan Arnold, "Are the Vedas intrinsically true? Prima facie justification of the Mimamsaka critique of Buddhist foundationalism", BBB 89-114

B1940.6 Dan Arnold, "The problem with Buddhist foundationalism", BBB 32-56

B1940.7 Harvey B. Aronson, Buddhist practi e on Western Ground: Reconciling Eastern Ideals and Western Psychology. Boston 2005

B1940.9 Carl Bielefeldt, "Practice", CTSFB 229-244

B1941 David Burton, "Unconscious beliefs in Buddhist philosophy", ContB 6, 2005, 117-130

B1942 Asim Kumar Chatterjee, A Comprehensive History of Indian Buddhism. Kolkata 2005

B1942.5 S. S. De, "Cosmology in Mahayana school of Buddhistm", JASBe 47.1, 2005, 147-154

B1943 Lee Der-Huey, Indian Buddhist Literature and Chinese Moral Books. Delhi 2005

B1944 J. Duncan M. Derrett, "Unregarded Buddhist-Christian parallels", AO 73, 2005, 91-110

B1944.7 Richard Gombrich, "Fifty years of Buddhist studies", BudSR 22, 2005, 141-154

B1945 David Loy and Linda Goodhew, "The Karma of the Rings: a myth for modern Buddhism", WFBR 41.4-42.1, 2004-2005, 14-22

B1945.5 Jeffrey Grupp, "The R-theory of time, a replacement presentation: the Buddhist philosophy of time", IIJBS 6, 2005, 51-122

B1946 Shinsho Hanayama, Bibliography on Buddhism. New Delhi 2005

B1948 William Hasker, "'The end of human life': Buddhist process and open theist perspective", JCP 32, 2005, 183-196

B1950 Shin'ichiro Hori, "Additional notes on the unidentified Sanskrit fragments in the Otani Collection at Ryokoku University Library", JICABS 9, 2005, 91-98

B1955 Matthew T. Kapstein, "The Buddhist refusal of theism", Diogenes 205, 2005, 61-65

B1956 Kristin Beise Kiblinger, Buddhist Inclusivism. Attitudes Towards Religious Others. Burllington, Vt. 2005

B1956.5 Pisit Kobbun, "The significance of pucchavissajjana in the Buddhist literature", Manushya 8.2, 2005, 30-43

B1956.9 Chang Kuan, Tapping the Inconceivable.Taipei 2005

B1957 Tse-Fu Kuan, "Clarification of feelings in Buddhist dhyana/jnana meditation", JIP 33, 2005, 285-319

B1959 Donald S. Lopez, Jr., "Impressions of the Buddha", CTSB 1-12

B1959.1 Donald S. Lopez Jr., "Buddha", CTSB 13-36

B1959.5 Jan Nattier, "The names of Amitabha/Amitayus in early Chinese translations", ARIRSU 2005, 193-200

B1959.6 Jan Nattier, "The proto-history of the Buddhavatamsaka, the Pusa benye jing and the Dousha jing", ARIRSU 16, 2005, 323-360

B1959.8 Suniti Kumar Pathak, "Sunyata in the Sahaja practice of Buddhism", VFBHC 187-200

B1959.9 William Pietz, "Person", CTSFB 188-210

B1959.9.5 Kaisa Puhakka, "Philosophy as a vehicle or an obstacle to liberation? Advaitic and Buddhist considerations", BrB 275-286

B1960 David Seyfort Ruegg, "The Kalawan copper-plate inscription: early evidence for Mahayana-type thinking", JIABS 28, 2005, 3-10

B1961 Ngawong Samten, "Emptiness philosophy and spirituality", VFBHC 83-100

B1961.5 Gregory Schopen, "On sending the monks back to their books: cult and conservatism in early Mahayana Buddhism", FFMBI 108-153

B1961.8 C.D.Sebastian, "Buddhist philosophy: its three distinct phases and the basic thematic unity", IIJBS 6, 2005, 1-16

B1962 Mark Siderits, "Freedom, caring and Buddhist philosophy", ContB 6, 2005, 87-116

B1962.5 Pramod Kumar Singh, "Some observations on Buddhist mysticism", JICPR 22.1, 2005, 129-140

B1962.6 Sanghasen Singh, "The doctrine of anicca orimpermanence in Buddhism", JRS 36, 2005, 105-118

B1963 J. Sitaramamma, Mahayana Buddhism in Andhradesa. Delhi 2005

B1965 Peter Skilling, "Cutting across categories: the ideology of relics in Buddhism", ARIRSU 16, 2005, 269-322

B1965.1 Peter Skilling, "Unsettled boundaries: verses shared by Sravaka and Mahayana texts", JICABS 9, 2005, 99-112

B1965.3 Dipankar Srijnana, "The practice of universal love in the light of Buddhism", JDPUC 13, 2005, 43-46

B1965.5 Jacqueline I. Stone, "Death", CTSFB 56-76

B1966 Nalin Swaris, "Karma: the creativel ife-force of h uman beings", WFBR 41.4-42.1, 2004-2005, 23-26

B1966.5 John Taber, A Hindu Critique of Buddhist Epistemology. London 2005

B1967 Ireke van Put, "Some notes on intermediate existence and Sukhavati", IIJBS 6, 2005, 37-50

B1968 Margarita I. Vorobyova-Desyatovskaya (tr. Jan Nattier), "The Central Asian manuscript collection of the St. Petersburg branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences", ARIRSU 2005, 61-78

B1970 Klaus Wille, "Some recently identified Sanskrit fragments from the Stein and Hoernle collections in the British Library, London (1)", ARIRSU 16, 2005, 47-80

B1972 Alexander Wynne, "The historical authenticity of early Buddhist literature: a critical evaluation", WZKSOA 49, 2005, 35-70

B1975 Michael Zimmerman, "On the origin of Buddha-nature thought in India", BDK Fellowship Newsletter No. 8, Tokyo 2005

B1975.1 Miri Albahari, Analytical Bddhism: the Two-Tiered Illusion of Self. New Yoek 2006

B1975.5 Biswabandhu Bhattacharya, "Definition (laksana)", PCRSIT 1, 47-50

B1975.5Ehra Bhasakorn Bhavilal and David Freyer, Karma: A New Look at the Buddhist Concept of Causer and Effect. Bangkok 2006

B1976 Michael S. Brummond, "Western science meets Eastern wisdom to experience bodily feelings", BTAPR 285-301

B1978 Clare Carlisle, "Becoming and un-becoming: the theory and practice of anatta", ContB 7.1, 2006, 75-90

B1979 Mangala Chinchore, "Concept of ahimsa in Buddhism: a critical note", ABORI 86, 2006, 103-109

B1980 Ewing Y. Chinn, "John Dewey and the Buddhist philosophy of the Middle Way", AsPOxford 16, 2006, 87-98

B1981 Guy Claxton, "Nirvana and neuroscience" the self-liberating brain", BTAPR 93-111

B1982 J. Duncan M. Derrett, "Versatility, angels and space: the meaning of Buddhist and non-Buddhist parallels", JRAS 16, 2006, 231-242

B1983 Wendy Donner, "The Boddhisattva code and compassion: Mahayana Buddhist perspective on violence and nonviolence", CPR 123-138

B1984 Owen Flanagan Jr., "The bodhisattva's brain: neuroscience and happiness", BTAPR 149-174

B1985 Eli Franco, "A new era in the study of Buddhist philosophy", JIP 34, 2006, 221-227

B1986 Christopher W. Gowans, "Standing up to terrorists: Buddhism, human rights, and self-respect", CPR 101-122

B1987 Jay Garfield, "Why did buddhadharma go to the East? Buddhism's struggle with the mind in the world", Sophia 45.2, 2006, 61-80

B1988 Ron Geaves, Key Words in Buddhism. Georgetown 2006 (?)

B1990 Simon Glynn, "Sartre, phenomenology and the Buddhist no-self theory", BandD 197-210

B2005 Richard P. Hayes, "Nirvana", EnP 6, 620-623

B2008 Frank J. Hoffman, "Mind and mental states in Buddhist philosophy", EnP 6, 253-258

B2009 Foonil Hwang, Metaphor and Literalism in Buddhism: The Doctrinal History of Nirvana. London 2006

B2009.1 Roger R. Jackson, "Deconstructive and foundationalist tendencies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism", BandD 89-109

B2009.3 D.K.Nauriyal, Michael S. Drummond, and Y. B. Lal (Yogesh Bihari), Buddhist Houth as Applied Psychological Research: Transcending the Boundaries. London 2006

B2009.4 G.C. Nayak, "The idea of justice in Buddhism”, VOTO 162-168

B2009.5 Andrew Olendzki, "The transformative impact of non-self", BTAPR 250-261

B2010 Jin Y. Park, Buddhism and Deconstructions. 2006

B2010.1 Jin Y. Park, "Naming the unnameable dependent origination and différence", BandD 3-20

B2010.1.5 Tavivat Puntarigvivat, "Mahayana Buddhism: the peaceful co-existence of its transmission and message", WFBR 43.2-3, 2006, 59-68

B2010.2 V.V.S.Saibaba, Discourses on Buddhist Classics. New Delhi 2006

B2010.4 Perry Schmidt-Leukel, Understanding Buddhism. Edinburgh 2006

B2010.5 Sashi Sekhar, The Wheel and its Tracks: a History of Buddhism in early Andhra. 2006

B2011 Masahira Shimoda, "An essay in the formation process of Buddhist scritpures in ancient India", CTCIP 23-36

B2012 Pramod Kumar Singh, "Buddhist mysticism: a few observations", IndPQ 33, 2006, 221-230

B2103 Ernst Steinkellne, "Hindu doctrines of creation oand their Buddhist critiques”, in P. Schmidt-Leukel, Buddhis, Christianity and the Question of Creation (Aldershot 2006), pp. 15-31. Reprinted BRD 37-53

B2104 Willialm S. Waldron, "The co-arising of self and object, world, and society: Buddhist and scientific approaches", BTAPR 175-208

B2015 Susunaga Weeraperuma, Nirvana. The Highest Happiness. Meditation on Bu ddhist Issues.Delhi 2006

B2018 Fuchuan Yao, "There are no degrees in a Bodhisattva's compassion", AsPOxford 16, 2006, 189-198

B2018.3 Monika Zin, Mitleid und Wunderkraft. Wiesbaden 2006

B2018.5 Zahiruddin Ahmad, An Introductio to Buddhist philosophy in India and Tibet. New Delhi 2007

B2018.8 Ratna Basu, Buddhist Literary Heritage in India: Text and Context. New Delhi 2007

B2019 Mrunal V. Bhatt, "Meditation as conceived in Buddhism", BCP2, 72-83

B2019.5 Arindam Bhattacharyya, "Buddhism in Tripura–the early phase", JDPaliUC 14, 2007, 81-89

B2020 Brahmali Bhikkhu, "Jnana and lokuttara-jhana", BudSR 24.1, 2007, 75-90

B2020.5 Thosten Botz-Bernstein, "Dreams in Buddhism and Western aesthetics: some thoughts on play, style, and space", AsPOxford 17, 2007, 65-82

B2020.6 Michael von Bruck, Einfahrung in den Buddhismus. Frankfurt-am-Main 2007

B2020.6.5 Madhumita Chattopadhyaya, Walking Along the Paths of Buddhist Epistemology. New Delhi 20087

B2020.6.8 Binayendra Nath Chaudhury, "Medium of instruction of Buddhavacana", JDPaliUC 14, 2007, 38-46

B2020.7 Mangala R. Chinchore, Buddhist Conception of Man and Human Emancipation: a Contermporary Investigation. Delhi 2007

B2020.8 Mangala R. Chinchoe, Studies in Buddhism. Delhi 2007

B2020.9 Jay L. Garfield, "Buddhism and democracy", IECTC 269-282

B2021 Nicholas F. Gier and Johnson Petta, "Hebrew and Bu ddhist selves" a constructive postmodern study", AsPOxford 17, 2007, 49-64

B2021.0 Ruben L. F. Habito, "Environment or Earth Sangha: Buddhist perspectives on our global ecological well-being", ContB 8, 2007, 131-148

B2021.1 Richard P. Hayes, "Anatmavada", EnBuddhism 28-29

B2021.2 Richard P. Hayes, "Buddhism in India", EnBuddhism 410-418

B2021.3 Richard P. Hayes, "Nirvana", EnBuddhism 558-559

B2021.4 Richard P. Hayes, "Tathagatagarbha in Indian Buddhism", EnBuddhism 724-726

B2021.4.5 C. W. Huntington, Jr., "History, tradition and truth", HistR 46, 2007, 187-227

B2021.5 V. N. Jha, "Some issues in Buddhist epistemology", BGP2, 451-455

B2021.7 S. N. Kandaswamy, "Paramitas for human perfection", BGP2, 17-33

B2022 Seishi Karashima, "Who were the icchantikas?", ARIRSU 18, 2007, 67-80

B2022.1 Seishi Karashima and Margaret I. Veroyova-Desyatoskaya, Some Buddhist Sanskrit fragments from the collection of the St. Petersurg branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences", ARIRSU 18, 2007, 45-56

B2022.4 Damien Keown, "Cosmology and rebirth", EnBuddhism 245-250

B2022.5 Damien Keown, "Dependent origination", EnBuddhism 268-271

B2022.6 Damien Keown, "Dharma", EnBuddhism 271-280

B2022.7 Damien Keown, "Karma", EnBuddhism 437-439

B2022.8 Damien Keown, "Buddhism and ecology: a virtue ethics approach", ContB 8, 2007, 97-112

B2022.8.1 Damien Keown, "Are there 'human rights' in Buddhism?", IECTC 247-268

B2022.9 W. Randolph Kloetzli, "'Nous' and 'nirvana': conversations with Plotinus–an essay in Buddhist cosmology", PEW 57, 2007, 140-177

B2023 Christian Thomas Kohl, Buddhism and quantum physics: a strange parallelism of two concepts of reality", ContB 8.1, 2007, 69-82

B2023.3 David L. McMahan, "Dhyanas", EnBuddhism 284-285

B2023.4 David L. McMahan, "Meditation, visualization", EnBuddhism 505-507

B2023.5 David L. McMahan, "Meditational systems", EnBuddhism 514-523

B2023.6 David L. McMahan, "Sadhana", EnBuddhism 642-643

B2023.7 David L. McMahan, "Samatha", EnBuddhism 648-649

B2023.8 Ethan Mills, "Buddhism, knowledge and liberation: a philosophical study", PEW 57, 2007, 543-596

B2024 Richard Nance, "On what do we rely when we rely on reasoning?", JIP 35, 2007, 149-168

B2025 Reiko Ohnuma, Head, Eyes, Flesh, and Blood: Giving Away the Body in Indian Buddhist Literature. New York, 2007

B2026 Kunzang Pelder, The Nectar of Manjusri’s Speech. Translated by the Padmakara Translation Group. Boston 2007

B2027 David Seyfort Ruegg, "La traduction de la terminologie technique de la pensee indienne et bouddhique depuis Sylvain Levi", SylLevi 145-172

B2029 Cristina Scherrer-Schaub, "E lui don't les 'Tres oceans ont des leurs flots abreve les mantures': tout ce que l'historie du bouddhism don't a l'oeuvre de Sylvain Levi", SylLevi 173-191

B2030 Lambert Schmithausen, "Problem with the Golden Rule in Buddhist texts", Pramanakirti 795-824

B2031 Lambert Schmithausen, "Zur frage sein Bodhisattva unter bestimmter Voraussatzungen in einer nautrale Geisteshaltung (avyakrta-citta) töten durf", IETMH 423-440

B2033 Daishin Shimamura, "An epistemological interpretation of 'when a monk obtains enlightenment, all living creatures obtain it at the same time'", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 204

B2034 Mark Siderits, "Buddhist reductioniosm as the structure of Buddhist ethics", IECTC 283-296

B2034.1 Mark Siderits, Buddhism as Philosophy. Indianapolis 2007

B2035 Johnathan A. Silk, "Buddhavacanam: notes on Buddhist vocabulary: ARIRSU 18, 2007, 171-180

B2035.1 Jonathan A. Silk, "Good and evil in Indian Buddhism" the five sins of immediate retribution", JIP 35, 2007, 253-287

B2036 Padmasiri de Silva, "Buddhits ethical theory", IECTC 229-246

B2036.2 Ram Nandan Singh, "Decline of Buddhism in India", JOI 56, 2006-2007, 41-48

B2036.3 Harischandra Lal Singh, In the Footsteps of the Buddhs. Random Thoughts on Fifteen Buddhist Thinkers and Seekers of Truth. Katmandu 2007

B2036.5 Peter Skilling "Dharma, dharani, abhidharma, avadhana: what was taught in Trayastimsa?", ARIRSU 19, 2007, 37-60

B2037 Alan Sponberg, "Buddha-nature and tathagatagarbha", EnBuddhism 158-160

B2037.1 Alan Sponberg, "Bodhisattva path", EnBuddhism 87-90

B2037.2 Alan Sponberg, "Mahayana Buddhism", EnBuddhism 486-495

B20375.3 Alan Sponberg, "Perfection of Wisdom literature", EnBuddhism 587-589

B2040 Yoshihiko Takaoka, "On enlightenment and the structure of mind", JIBSt 55.3, 2007, 211-212

B2041 Jango Kamstrans Lodra Taye, Frameworks of Buddhist Philosophy. A Systematic Presentation of the Cause-Back Philosophical Vehicles. Translated by Elizabeth M. Callahan. Ithaca, N.Y. 2007

B2042 Anil Kumar Tewai, "The problem of personal identity in Buddhism", JICPR 24.1, 2007, 93-118

B2042.5 Varasambodhi (Thera), "Buddhist way of mind training", JDPaliUC 14, 2007, 90-97

B2043 Dorji Wangchuk, The Resolve to Become a Buddha: A Study of the Bodhicitta Conception in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism. Studia Philologica Buddhism Monograph Series 23, Tokyo 2007

B2044 Toru Yagi, "Satyadhisthana reconsidered", EMH 603-612

B2044.1 K. Abhishankar, "Continuance of awareness and appreciation of Buddhist heritage in India", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 186-194

B2044.3 Dipak Kumar Barua, "Fundamental concepts and values in the Bauddha tradition", PRSIT 2, 339-376

B2044.4 B.N.Chandriah, "Buddhism and Virasaivism: a comparative study", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 155-167

B2044.5 Buddhist Doctrine and Components of Existence. Edited by Ravindra Brahmachari Chidananda. RBCERE 8, 2008

B2044.6 M. Chidanandamurthy, "Buddhism and Virasiaivms: an analytical study", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 170-180

B2044.8 Y.V.Dahiya, Hinduism and Buddhism in Perspective. New Delhi 2008

B2045 Yasuo Deguchi, Jay L. Garfield and Graham Priest, "The way of the Dialecticists: contradictions in Buddhsm", PEW 58, 2008, 395-402

B2050 Charles Goodman, "Consequentialism, agent-neutrality and Mahayana ethics", PEW 58, 2008, 17-35

B2052 Ananda W. P. Guruge, "The place of Buddhism in Indian thought", ITaur 34, 2008, 153-182

B2052.Jim Hansen, "Searching for the power-I: Nietzsche and nirvana", AsPOxford 18, 2008, 231-244

B2053 David Higgins, "On the development of the non-mentation (amanasikara) doctrine in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism", JIABS 29, 2006-2008, 255-304

B2053.5 John Clifford Holt, The Buddhist Vision: Religious Transformation, Politics, and Culture. Delhi 2008

B2054 Michel Hulin, "Comment le philosophie indienne s'est-elle dévelopée? Le querelle brahmanas-buddhisties", IIJ 51, 2008, 187-193

B2054.3 Christopher Ives, "Deploying the dharma: reflections on the methodology ofo constructive Buddhist ethics”, JBE 15, 2008, 23-44

B2054.5 Stephen J. Laumakis, An Introduction to Buddhist Philosophy, Cambridge, U.K. 2008

B2055 Matthew Mackenzie, "Self-awareness without a self: Buddhism and the reflexivity of awareness", AsPOxford 18, 2008, 245-266

B2055.2 Dipkkumar Mohanta, "Aspects of Buddhist ethics and ecological problems", VQ 16.3-4-17.2, 2007-2008, 49-62

B2055.5 K.T. Pandurangi, "Buddhism and Dvaita Vedanta", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 137-142

B2055.5.5 Priyadarshi Patnaik, "Buddhism and the modern aesthetics of silence", GloryST 132-145

B2055.6 Hari Shankar Prasad, "Dreamless sleep and soul: a controversy between Vedanta and Buddhism", Dhammadesana 214-231

B2055.7 S.S.Raghavachar, "Buddhism and Uttaramimamsa" QJMS 99.3-4, 2098, 129-136

B2055.8 T.R.Ramarao, "The concept of liberation in Buddhism and Saivism", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 143-154

B2055.9 Vijaya Rani and V.K.Goyal, "Relevance of Buddhist philosophy with reference to quantum physics", VIJ 45-46, 2007-2008, 158-161

B2055.9.5 Peryy Schmidt-Leukel, "Buddhist-Hindu relations”, in Perry Schmiedt-Leukel, Buddhist Attitudes to Other Religions (St. Ottilien, Germany 2008), pp. 143=171. Reprinted BRD 15-36

B2056 Alfred Scheepers, A Survey of Buddhist Thought. Delhi 2008

B2056.2 C. D. Sebastian, "Anatman revisited", JICPR 25.3, 2008, 107-126

B2056.4 T.G.Prabhu Shankar, "Buddhism and later Siddha and Natha cults and their literary development", QJMS 99.3-4, 2008, 181-188

B2056.5 Richardf Shankran, The Experience of Samadhi. An In-Depth Exploration of Buddhist Meditation. Boston 2008

B2056.7 Karunesh Shukla, "Buddhistm in themodern context", GloryST 146-155

B2056.7.5 Mark Siderits, "paleo-compatibilism and Buddhist reducaitonism”, Sophia 47, 2008, 29-42

B2056.8 Jonathan A. Silk, "In cestuous ancestries to family origins of Gautama Siddhartha, Abraham and Sarah in Genesis 20.12, and the status of scripture in Buddhism", HistR 47, 2008, 253-281

B2057 Bhikkhu Sujato, "The date and cause of the first schism", BudSR 25, 2008, 210-231

B2060 Peter J. Vermezze, "Moderation in the Middle Way: two approaches to anger", PEW 58, 2008, 2-15

B2062 Gay Watson, Beyond Happiness. Deepening the Dialogue between Buddhism, Psychotherapy and the Mind Sciences. London 2008

B2063 Fuchuan Yao, "The compatibility between bodhisattva compassion and 'no-self'", AsPOxford 18, 2008, 267-278

B2063.5 M. Albahari, "Witness-consciousness, its definition, appearance and reality”, Journal of Consciousness Studies 16.1, 2009, 62-84

B2064 Alokananda, "The seven planes of prajna", PB 114, 2009, 323-325

B2065 Dan Arnold, "Svasamvitti as methodological solipsism: 'narrow content' and the problem of intentionality in Buddhist philosophy of mind", PATM 135-159

B2065.5 Nalini Balbir, "Thoughts about 'European editions of Pali texts'", TIJBS 1, 2009, 1-19

B2066 Jens Braarvig, "The Buddhist hell: an early instance of the idea", Numen 61, 2009, 254-281

B2066.5 Johannes Bronkhorst, Buddhist Teaching in India. Boston 2009

B2067 Buddhadasa, "Karma in Buddhsm: a message from Suan Mokkh”, RK 3-12

B2068 Christian Coseru, "Buddhist 'formalism' and the phenomenology of perception", PEW 59, 2009, 409-439

B2069 Mario d'Amato, "Why the Buddha never uttered a word", PATM 41-56

B2069.5 K. L. Dhammajoti, "The doctrine of the six-stage mindfulness of breathing”, BudPS 639-650

B2069.8 William Edelglass and Jay L. Garfield, eds., Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings. Oxford, N.Y. 2009

B2070 Asef Federman, "Literal means and higher magic" new analysis of Skillful Means", PEW 59, 2009, 125-141

B2072 Eli Franco, "Meditation and metaphysics in their mutual relationship in South Asian Buddhism", YPMASC 93-132

B2073 Richard Gombrich, "Why textual studies are necessary if we are to understand Buddhism", TIJBS 1, 2009, 20-32

B2073.5 Jens-Uwe Hartmann, "From words to books” Indian Buddhist manuscripts in the first millennium”, BudManC 95-105

B2073.9 Ouyporn Khuan Kaew, "Buddhism and domestic violence using the four Noble Truths and deconstruct and liberate women’s karma”, RK 199-226

B2073.9.5 Birgit Kellner, "Buddhistische Theoriodes Geistes Intentionalitat und Salbstberwusttsein”, DAA 55-76

B2074 Sin Tang Kwan, "Some problems on apoha”, BudPS 665-675

B2074.5 David Loy, "The Karma of the Rings: a myth for modern Buddhism?”, RK 227-244

B2075 Pier Luigi Luisi, Mind and Life. Discussions with the Dalai Lama on the Nature of Reality. New York 2009

B2077 Gerhard Marcel Martin, "A Buddhist-Christian depth psychological dialogue", EB 40.1-2, 2009, 1-24

B2078 Raymond Martin, "Would it matter all that much if there were no selves?", PATM 115-134

B2079 Priyadarshi Patnaik, "Anonymity/identity: the relation of art to living through the lens of vikalpa", JICPR 26.2, 2009, 1-22

B2079.5 P. D. Premasiri, "Philosophical and Buddhist perspectives on the problem of determination and free will”, B2079.5

B2080 Graham Priest, "The structure of emptiness", PEW 59, 2009, 467-480

B2081 Ulrike Roesler, "Once again on the 'three kinds of individuals’ in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism”, Pasadikaran

B2083 Yamini Sahay, A Critical Appraisal of Truth: Buddhism and Pragmatism. Patna 2009

B2084 T. R. Sarma, "Analysis of viparyasa (error) in Buddhism”, BudPS 137-150

B2085 Shizuku Sasaki, "A basic approach for research on the origins of Mahayana Buddhism", Acta Asiatica 96, 2009, 25-46

B2087 Broke Schedneck, "Western Buddhist perspective of monasticism", BudSRR 26.1, 2009, 229-246

B2087.1 Lambert Schmithausen, "Pflanzenreich und Buddha-natur”, DAA 31-44

B2087.5 P. S. Shekhawat, "Wounded self and non-self in Buddhism" implications for therapy and world-being", JICPR 26.2, 2009, 111-117

B2088 Masahiro Shimoda, "The state of research on Mahayana Buddhism: the Mahayana as seen in the developments in the study of Mahayana Sutras", Acta Asiatica 96, 2009, 1-23

B2089 Mark Siderits, "Is reductionism expressible?", PATM 57-70

B2090 Vidyatma Singh, Basic Concepts of Buddhism. Delhi 2009

B2092 Peter Skilling, "Reaction, recitation, and writing: transmission of the Buddha’s teaching in India in the early period”, BudManC 53-75

B2093 Ernst Steinkellner, "Erkenntnistheroie im Buddhismus: zur Erkenntnis des Denkens von anderen”, DAA 13-30

B2095 Shego Watanabe, The role of 'destruction of the dharma' and 'prediction' in Mahayana Sutras with a focus on the Prajnaparamita Sutras", Acta Asiatica 96, 2009, 77-97

B2097 Dorji Wangchuk, "A relativity theory of the purity and validity of perception in Indo-Tibetan Buddhism", YPMASC 215-240

B2097.5 Sandra A. Wawrytko, "Buddhism: philosophy beyond gender”, JCP 36 2009, 293-312

B2098 S. A. G. Wijesinghe, "Remarks on the development of the Buddhist notion of causality”, BudPS 583-589

B2098.5 Alexander Wynne, "Miraculous transformation and personal identity”, TIJBS 1, 2009, 85-113

B2099 Shi Xianda, "Controversy on the notion of bodily vijnapti”, BudPS 531-548

B2100 Nobuyoshi Yamada, "The paths of sravakas and bodhisattvas in meditative practices", Acta Asiatica 96, 2009, 47-75

B2101 Zhihua Yao, "The silence of the Buddhs”, BudPS 411-416

B2102 Orna Almogi, "Mayopamadvayavada versus sarvadharmapratisthanavada: a late Indian subclassification of Madhyamaka and its reception in Tibet", JICPBS 14, 2010, 135-212

B2104 James B. Apple, "Eschatology and world order in Buddhist formations", RelST 29, 2010, 109-122

B2105 Manohar Bharadwaj, Philosophy of Buddhism. New Delhi 2010

B2105.5 Wing-Chelik Chan, "Two dogmas of critical Buddhism”, JCP 37, 20120, 276-294

B2106 Bruno Contestatile, "On the Buddhist truths and the paradoxes in population ethics", ContB 11; 2010, 103-114

B2107 Ronald M. Davidson, "The place of abhiseka visualization in the Yogalehrbuch and related texts", FTTA 183-196

B2108 Douglas S. Duckworth, "Two models of the two truths: ontological and phenomenological approaches", JIP 38, 2010, 519-527

B2110 Asaf Federman, "What kind of free will did the Buddha teach?", PEW 60, 2010, 1-19

B2111 Eli Franco, "Lost fragments of the Spitzer manuscript”, Horamanandalahari 77-110

B2114 Nicholas Jones, "Nyaya-Vaisesika inherence, Buddhist reduction, and Hua-yan total power", Journal of Chinese Philosophy 37, 2010, 215-230

B2114.5 Nicholas Junes, "Nyaya-Vaisesika inherence, Buddhist reduction, and Huayuan total power”, JCP 37, 20120, 215-230

B2115 Seusi Karashima, "Newly identified Sanskrit fragments of Mahayana scriptures from the Berlin Turfan collection", FTTA 453-468

B2117 Hisayasu Kobayashi, "Self-awareness and mental perception", JIP 38, 2010, 233-245

B2118 Ulrich Timme Kragh, "Of similes and metaphors in Buddhist philosophical literature: poetic semblance through mythic allusions", BSOAS 73, 2010, 479-502

B2119 Ligeia Lugli, "Meaning without words: the contrast between artha and ruta in Mahayana Sutras", BudSR 27, 2010, 139-176

B2119.5 Gayatri Sen Majumdar, "Concept of heraven in Buddhst literatutre”, BRMIC Aug. 2011

B2120 Hans-Dieter Mathes, "The principle of true nature (dharmata-yukti) as a justification for positive presumptions of reality in Mahayana Buddhism", LBIP 593-604

B2123 Tensho Miyazaki, "Defilement (klesa) originating from erroneous judgment (ayonisomanaikara) according to the Mahayana sutras", JIBSt 58.3, 2010, 76-81

B2125 Hiroshi Nemoto, "Tsong kha pa on the three times: new light on the Buddhist theory of time", LBIP 605-614

B2130 Isabelle Ratié, "The dreamer and the yogin: on the relationship between Buddhism and Saiva idealism", B2130

B2132 Ricardo Repatti, "Meditation and mental freedom: a Buddhist theory of free will”, JBE 17, 2010, 166-212

B2135 Shigeru Saito, "The Gandhara disturbance in the late fourth century C.E. and a context: a new viewpoint of Bandharan Buddhism", IPTS 59-74

B2138 Ya Shaoyong, "Buddhist Sanskrit fragments recently found in Xinjiang provinces (twenty fragments)", AIRISU 13, 2010, 87-110

B2140 Masahiro Shimoda, "Some reflections on the history of Buddhist canons in ancient India", IPTS 33-58

B2145 Alan Tomhave, "Cartesian intuitions, Humean puzzles, and the Buddhist conception of the self", PEW 60, 2010, 443-457

B2150 Suraj Vashisth, Ethics in Buddhism. New Delhi 2010

B2152 Chandima Wijebandera, Development of Buddhist Thoguth, Historical Survey. Deliwali 2010

B2152.5 Zhihua Yao, "'Suddenly deluded thoughts arise’: karmic appearance in Huayuan Buddhism”, JCP 37, 2010, 198-214

B2153 Miri Albahari, "Nirvana and ownerless consciousness”, SNS 79-113

B2155 Douglas L. Berger, "A reply to Garfield and Westerhoff on 'acquiring emptiness'", PEW 61, 2011, 368-372

B2155.5 Paul Bernier, "Is the Buddhist doctrine of non-self conceptually coherent?", BudSR 28.2, 2011, 187-202

B2155.7 Amartya kumar Bhattacharya, "Meditation in Buddhism”, PB 116. 2-11. 734-757

B2156 Johannes Bronkhorst, Buddhism in the Shadow of Brahmanism. Leiden 2011

B2157 Ishwar Chand, Buddhist Metaphysics and Ethics, with special reference to Hinayana and Mahayana. Ranchi 2011

B2157.1 B. K. Chandrashekhar, A History of Indian Buddhism. New Delhi 2011

B2157.3 Amita Chatterjee, "Frames and categorization in an abstraction-free world”, Apoha 247-257

B2157.5 David Drewes, "Dharmabhanukas in early Mahayana", IIJ 54, 2011, 331-372

B2157.6 Georges Dreyfus, "Apoha as a naturalized account of concept-formation”, Apoha 207-227


B2158 Vincent Eltschinger, "Ignorance, epistemology and soteriology–Part II", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 21-34

B2158.2 Wolfgang Fasching, "'I am of the nature of seeing’”, SNS 193-216

B2158.5 Bronwyn Finnigan, "Buddhist metaethics", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 267-298

B2159 David V. Fiorelelis, "Miracles in Indian Buddhist narratives and doctrines", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 381-408

B2159.2 Owen Flanagan, The Bodhisattva’s Brain. Boston 2011

B2159.5 Jonardon Ganeri, "Apoha, feature-placing, and sensory content”, Apoha 228-246

B2160 Jay L.Garfield, "Acquiring the notion of dependent designation: a response to Douglas L. Berger", PEW 61, 2011, 365-367

B2160.5 Brendan DS. Gillon, "Classical semantics and apoha semantics”, Apoha 273-282

B2161 Luis O. Gomez, "On Buddhist wonders and wonder-working", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 513-554

B2161.5 Bob Hale, "Apoha semantics: some simple-minded questions and doubts”, Apoha 258-272

B2162 Somraj Hongladarom, "The oberman and the arahant: models of human perfection in Nietzsche and Buddhism", AsPOxford 21, 2011, 53-70

B2162.5 Stephen Jenkins, "On the auspiciousness of compassionate violence”, JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 299-332

B2162.5.5 Dhiran Thomas Jones, This Being, That Becomes. The Buddha’s Teaching on Continuity. 2011

B2162.6 Kyo Kano, "Dichotomy, antarvyapti, and drstanta”, RLBPA 231-254

B2162.6.5 Rajesh Kasturirangan, Nirmalya Guha and Ram Prasad Chakravarti, "Indian cognitivism and the phenomenology of conceptualization”, PCS 10.2, 2011, 272-296

B2162.7 Shoryu Katsura, "Apoha theory as an approach to understanding human cognition”, Apoha 125-133

B2168.8 Hirayasu Kobayashi, "On the development of the argument to prove vijnaptimatrata”, RLBPA 2162.8

B2163 Chien-te Lin, "A discourse on the problem of consciousness from the viewpoint of Oriental philosophy", AsPOxford 21, 2011, 303-322

B2163.1 Matthew Mackenzie, "Enacting the self: Buddhist enactivist approaches to theemergence of the self”, SNS 239-273

B2163.5 Richard F. Nance, "Tall tales, tathagatas and truth–values, 'privilege lies' in Indian Budhist literature", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 75-102

B2163.6 Richard Nance, Speaking for Buddhas: Scriptural Commentary in Indian Buddhism. Columbia U. Press, 2011

B2164 Carl Olson, "Buddhist images of the body: a study of different patterns of human embodiment and performance", PPSR 175-202

B2164.5 Parimal G. Patil, "Constructing the content of awareness events”, Apoha 149-169

B2165 Madhusudan Sakya, Buddhism: Basic Tenets and Practices. New Delhi 2011

B2166 Madhusudan Saky, Excavating Buddhism: A Historical Perspective. New Delhi, 2011

B2168 Prabal Kumar Sen, "The apoha theory of meaning: a critical account”, Apoha 170-206

B2169 Mark Siderits, "Srughna by dusk”, Apoha 283-304

B2169.1 Mark Siderits, "Buddhas as zombies”, SNS 308-331

B2170 Abraham Velez de Cee, "Value pluralism in early Buddhist ethics", JIABS 33.1-2, 2010 (2011), 211-258

B2172 Dan Zahavi, "The experiential self: objections and clarifications

B2173 Vibhu Aggarwal, "Samyak drsti in Buddhism”, VIJ 48, 2012, 76-81

B2174 Analayo, "A gradual entering into emptiness depicted in the early Buddhist disoucrses”, TIJBS 3, 2012, 25-56

B2175 Bhaskar Anand, Making of Buddhism. New Delhi 2012

B2176 Bhaskar Anand, Buddhism: Concepts and Cosmology. New Delhi 2012

B2177 Bhaskar Anand, Buddhism: Schools and Canons. New Delhi 2012

B2178 Daniel Anderson Arnold, Brains, Buddhism, and Believing: The Problem of Intentionality in Classical Buddhist Cognitive-scientific Philosophy of Mind. New York 2012

B2179 Shrikant S. Bahulkar and Mahesh A.Deokar, "Ideology and language identity: a Buddhist perspective”, SHANA 37-53

B2179.1 Amarya Kkumar Bhattacharya, "Alaya-vijnana: sorehouse-consciousness”,PB 117, 2012, 454-458

B2179.3 Christian Coseru, Perceiving Reality: Consciousness, Intentionality, and Cognition in Buddhist Philosophy. New york 2012

B2179.5 Hemanta Kumar Ganguli, "Metaphysics of meaning”, Anviksiki 33, 2012, 185-223

B2180 Matthew G. Barnhart, "Theory and comparison in the discussion of Buddhist ethics:, PEW 62, 2012, 16-43

B2181 Johannes Bronkhorst”, Buddhist thought versus Brahmanical thought”, WVTIP 21-28

B2182 Amber Carpenter, Indian Buddhist Philosophy. Acuman 2012

B2183 Suman Chatterjee, The Origin of Buddhist Meditation. New Delhi 2012

B2184 Christian Coseru, Perceiving Reality: Consciousness, Intentionality, and Cognition in Buddhist Philosophy. New York 2012

B2184.5 Vincent Eltschinger, "Debate, salvation and apologetics on the institutionalization of dialectics in the Buddhist monastic environment”, JBFV 429-490

B2184.7 Stephen A. Evans, "Ethical confusion: possible misunderstandingsin Buddhist ethics:, JBE 19, 2012, 514-544

B2185 Charles K. Fink, "The 'scent’ og s dsrlg: Buddhism and the first persons perspective”, AsPOxford 22, 2012, 289-306

B2185.3 Eli Franco, "Once again on the desires of the Buddha”, JBFV 229-246

B2185.5 Jonardon Ganeri, "Buddhist individuals and inward empathy”, WVTIP 249-261

B2185.5.1 Jonardon Ganeri, "Buddhist no-self: an analysis and critique”, HBID

BB2186 Kathleen Gregory, "How did the nineteenth-century notion of Buddhism arise: Two perspective in parallel”, ContB 13.1, 2012, 113-124

B2187 Sheridan Hough, "Would Sartre have suffered from nausea if he had understood the Buddhist no-self?”, ContB 13.1, 2012, 99-112

B2188 Yaroslav Kamarovski, "Buddhist contributions to the question of (un)mediated mystical experience”, Sophia 51.1, 2012, 87-115

B2188.5 Kei Kataoka, "Is killing bad? Dispute on animal sacrifices between Buddhism and Mimamsa”, SHANA 349-367

B2189 Tse-fu Kuan, "Cognitive operations in Buddhist meditation: interface with Western psychology”, ContB 13.1, 2012, 35-60

B2190 Irene Kuznotsava, Jonardon Ganeri, and Chakravarti-Ram-Prasad, Hindu and Buddhist Ideas in Dialogue: Self and No-self. Farnham 2012

B2190.1 Irene Kutzova, "Emotions: a challenge to non-self views”, HBID

B2190.5 Matthew MacKenzie, "Luminosity, subjectiviyty, and temporality; an examination of Buddhist and Advaita views”,HBID

B2192 Hugh Nicholson, "The unanswered questions and the limits of knowledge”, JIP 40, 2012, 533-552

B2192.5 Ven. Pandita (Burr), "If intention is karma: a new approach to the Buddha’s socio-political teachings”, JBE 19, 2012, 1-32

B2193 Antoine Pangoti, Nietzsche and Buddhist Philosophy. Cambridge 2012

B2194 Gyan Prakash, "Buddhist approach to Ryle’s mind”, IndPQ 39, 2012, 63-76

B2194.2 Michael Radich, "Immortal Buddhas and their indestructible embodiments–the advent of the concept of vajrakiya”, JIABS 24, 2011/2012, 227-290

B2194.2.5 Ricardo Repetti, "Buddhist reductionism and free will: paleo-compatibilism”, JBE 19, 2012, 33-95

B2194.2.6 Ricardo Repetti, "Buddhist hard detetermism: no self, no free will, no responsibility”, JBE 19, 2012, 130-197

B2194.3 Vincent Sahu, "'I’ as a fiction: an analysis of the no-self theories”, IndPQ 39, 2012, 117-128

B2195 Jonathan A. Silk, "A missed opportunity", HistR 51, 2012, 262-272

B2197 Hari Sankara Sukla, Lataji: Buddhism, Buddhists and Buddhist Studies. Studies in commemoration of the birth centenary of Bhikkhu Jagdish Kashap on May 02, 1908-January 28, 1976. Delhi 2012

B2197.1 Vesna Wallace, "Living texts and open canons in the later Mahayana Buddhism”, TIJBS 3, 2012, 77-90

B2197.2 Martin T. Adam, "Budhism, equality, rights”, JBE 20, 2013, 422-443

B2197.3 William L. Ames, "Emptiness and quantum theory”,BUDANDS

B2197.4 Michael G. Barndart, "Impermanence, anatta, and the stability of egocentrism or, How ethically unstable is egocentrism?”, JBE 20, 2013, 592-611

B2197.5 Reeta Bhattacharya, "Buddhism: a message of peace and harmony”, Anviksiki 33, 2013, ,93-97

B2197.6 Mukta Biswas, "Humanism in Buddhism (with special referene to the concept of compassion”", MIW 114-120

B2197.7 James Blumenthal, "Indiqan Mahayana Buddhism”, CompBP

B2198 David Breyer, "Freedom with a Buddhist face”, Sophia52, 2013, 359-379

B2198.1David Burton, "Emptiness in Mahayana Buddhism: interpretations and comparisons”, CompBP

B2198.2 Jose Ignacio Cabezon, "Buddhism and science: on the nature of the dialogue”, BudandS

B2198.3 Lalita Chakraborty, "Cetana hi kamma–a universal message of Buddhism”, Anviksiki 33, 2013, 55-63

B2198.4 Christian Coseru, "Reason and experience inBuddhist epistemology”, CompBP

B2198.5 Mario d’Amato, "Buddhist fictionalism”, Sophia 52, 2013, 409-424

B2198.7 Debamitra Dey, "A Buddhist critique of svabhavavada”, Sambhasa 30, 2013, 15-26

B2198.8 William Edelglass, "Buddhist ethics and Western moral philosophy”, CompBP

B2198.9 Mrinal Kaul, "A reflection on some transormational encounters betwee the Saiva and the Buddhist philosophers of Kashmir”, JASBo 85, 2013, 80-95

B2198.9.0 Charles K. Fink, "The cultivation of virtue in Buddhist ethics”, JBE 20, 2013, 668-701

B2198.9.1 David Ritz Finkelstein, "Encounter between Buddhism and quantum epistemologists”, BudandS

B2198.9.2 David Galin, "The concepts 'self’, 'person’, and 'I’ in Western psychology and in Buddhism”, BudandS

B2198.9.3 Charles Goodman, "Buddhist meditation teoryand practice”, CompBP

B2198.9.4 Charles Goodman, "Consequentialilsmll, agent-neutrality, and Mahayana ethics”, JBE 20, 2013, 612-643

B2198.9.4 Christopher W. Gowans, "Ethical thought in Indian philosophy”, CompBP

B2198.9.5 Peter Harvey, "Duhkha. non-self, and teaching of the four noble truths”, CompBP

B2198.9.5.1 Peter Harvey, "The conditioned co-arising of the mental and bodily processes within life and between lives”, CompBP

B2198.9.6 Peter D. Herschock, "Diversity matterds: Buddhist reflections on the meanin of differences”, CompBP

B2198.9.6.5 Christopher Ives, "Resources for Buddhist enviorenmental ethics”, JBE 20, 2013, 541-571

B2198.9.7 Stephen Jenkins, "Compassion and the ethics of violence”, CompBP

B2198.9.8 Stephen Laberge, "Lucid dreaming and the yoga of the ream state: a psychophysiological perspective”, BudandS

B2198.9.9 Damien Keown, "Buddhism and biomedical issues”, CompBP

B2198.9.9.5 Anne Carolyn Klein, "Being mind, being body: contemplative practice and Buddhist epistemology”, CompBP

B2199 Martin Kovan, "Freedom/ignorance: Buddhists ontological non-duality and metaethics in an age of terror, Sophia 52, 2013, 381-395

B2199.3 Matthew Mackenzie, "Enacting selves, enacting worlds in the Buddhist theory of karma”, PEW 63, 2013, 194-212

B2199.4 Antoine Pancioti, ,”Anatmata soteriology and moral psychology in Indian Buddhism”, FirstIntIndP

B2199.4.5 Deven M. Patel, "Mettabhavana: in traditional and popular Buddhist contexts”, AsPOxford 23, 2013, 323-340

B2199.4.7 Charles S. Prebish, "Mahayana ethics and American Buddhism–subtle solution or creative ignorance?”, JBE 20, 2013, 376-400

B2199.4.9 James Mark Shields, "Liberation as revoltionary praxis: rethinking Buddhist materialism”, JBE 20, 2013, 461-499

B2199.4.9.5 Vishnu Sridharan, "The metaphysics of no-self: a determinist deflation of the free-will problem”, JBE 20, 2013, 287-305

B2199.5 Mark Siderits, "Does a table have Buddha-nature?”, PEW 63, 2013, 373-386. Response by Yasuo Deguchi, Jay L. Garfield, and Graham Priest, PEW 63, 2013, 387-398

B2199.6 Mark Siderits, "Buddhist paleocompatibilism”, PEW 63, 2013, 73-87

B2210 Khensur Rinpoche Jampa Tagchok, Insight into Emptiness. Interpreted by Steve Cardies. Edited Thubten Chohan. Boston 2012

B2212 Jumgan Konganed Ludra Taye, Indo-Tibetan Classical Learning and Buddhist Phenomenology. The Treasury of Knowledge Book Six, Parts One and Two. Translated by Gyurma Dorje. Boston 2012

B2213 Joerg Tuske, "The non-self theoryand problems in philosophy of mind”, CompBP

B2214 Cruel Theory/Sublime Practice, toward a revaluation of Buddhism. By Glenn Wallis, Tom Pepper and Matthias Steinglass. Roskilde, Denmark 2013

B2215 Jan Westerhoff, "Metaphysical issues in Indian Buddhist thought”, CompBP

B2200 Jeson Wood, "Buddhist theory of momentariness and yogipratyaksa”, IIJ 55, 2012, 1-13

B2214 Victoro Gerard Tempura, "Defining engaged Buddhist tradition: itsmodernisgts and scholastic”, BSR 30, 2013, 261-273

B2215 Chugyam Trungpa, The Bodhisattva Path, Wisdom and Compassion. Part 2: The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma. Boston 2013

B2215.1 Chugyam Trungpa, The Tantric Path. Indestructible Wakefulness. Edited by Judith Lief. Part 3 of The profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma. Boston 2013

B2218 Analayo, "Karma and female birth”, JBE 21, 2014, 109-153

B2220 James B. Apple, "The phrase dharmaparyao hastagata in Mahayana Buddhism literature rethinking the cult of the book in middle-period Indian Mahayana Budhism”, JAOS 134.1, 2014, 25-50

B2221 Jayarava Attwood, "Escaping the inescapable: changes in Buddhist karma”, JBE 21, 2014, 503-535

B2222 Amber D. Carpenter, Indian Buddhist Philosophy: Metaphysics as Ethicsy. Acamin 2014

B2223 Christian Coseru, "Buddhism, comparative neurophilllosopy, and human flourishing”, Zygon 49(1), 2014, 208-219

B2224 Bart Dessein, "The significance of the Buddhist ten-membered formula of dependent origination”, AsPOxford 24, 2014, 1-13

B2225 Tensing Hyland, "Mindfulness, free will and Buddhist practice: can meditation enhance human agency?”, BSR 31, 2014, 125-139

B2226 Sumi Lee, "The meaning of 'mind-made body’ (S. manomaya maya, C. yisheng shen) in Buddhist cosmological and soteriolgical systems”, BSR 31, 2014, 65-90

B2230 Mikael Aktor, "Asymmetrical religious commitments? Religiouspractice: identity and self-representation among Western scholars of Hinduism and Buddhism”, Numen 62, 2015, 265-300

B2232 James B. Apple, "Redaction and rhetoric in Mahayana sutras”, IIJ 88, 2015, 1-25

B2234 Moonima Chadha, "A Buddhist epistemological framework o mindfulness meditation”, AsPOxford 25, 2015, 65-80

B2235 Vincent Eltschinger, "Buddhist esoterism and epistemology: two sixth-century innovations as Buddhist responses to social and religio-political transformation”, PerHist

B2240 Stephen E. Harris, "Demandingness and well-being and the Bodhisattva path”, Sophia 54, 2015, 201-216

B2240.1 Stephen E. Harris, "Suffering and the shape of well-being in Buddhist ethics”, AsPOxford 24, 2014, 242-259

B2242 Seishi Karashima,”Who composed the Mahayana scriptures?–the Mahasamghikas and vaitulya scriptures, ARIRSU 18, 2015, 113-162

B2242.5 Martin Kovan, "Thresholds of transcending Buddhist self-annihilation and Mahayanist absolute altruism” Partk One: JBE 20, 2013, 775-812; Part Two, JBE 21, 2014, 385-430

B2243 Noriyuki Kudo, "Newly identified manuscripts in the Gilgit Buddhist Manuscripts: avadana and dharanis”, ARIRSU 18, 2015, 253-262

B244 Joseph D. Markowski, "Buddhist non-cognitivism”, AsPOxford 24, 2014, 227-241

B2245 Emily McRae, "Metabolizing anger: a Tantric Buddhist solution to the problem of moral anger”, PEW 65, 2015, 466-484

B2248 Richard F. Nance, "Mindsets and commentarial conventions among Indian Buddhists”, JAAR 83, 2015, 210-235

B2250 Jason Neelis, "Networks for long-distance transmission of Buddhism in South Asian transit-zones”, BAA

B2251Jay Garfield, "Two truths and method”, TMPB

B2253 Roy W. Perrett, "Essence and emptiness”, TMPB

B2253.2 Graham Priest, "The net of Indra”, TMPB

B2254 Ricardo Respatti, "Recent Buddhist theories of freewill: compatibilism, incompatibilism and beyond”, JBE 21, 2014, 279-352

B2255 Jonathan A. Silk, Buddhism in the Shadow of Brahmanism, written by Johannes Bronkhorst. IIJ 58, 2015, 163-169

B2260 Meynard Vasu, "Buddhist practice as play: a virtue ethical view”, JBE 21, 2014, 537-568

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