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The Renaissance of Vinaya Thought During the Late Ming Dynasty of China
Author Shih, Sheng-yen=釋聖嚴
Source Buddhist Ethics and Modern Society: An International Symposium. I. The Past: Traditional Roots
Pages41 - 54
PublisherGreenwood Press
LocationWestport, CT, US [韋斯特菲爾德, 康乃狄克州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
NoteEditors:Charles Wei-hsun Fu, Sandra Ann Wawrytko. Contributions to the Study of Religion, No. 31, ISSN 0196-7053
KeywordBuddhism in China;Buddhist Monasticism;History of China, 1368-1644 (Ming Dynasty);Discipline of Buddhism;Shih, Sheng-yen;
Table of contentsThe Vinaya in China
Treatises on Vinaya in the Late Ming Dynasty
Precepts for Lay Buddhists in the Late Ming Dynasty
Precepts for Ordained Buddhists in the Ming Dynasty
Methods of Transmitting and Receiving Precepts in the Late Ming Dynasty
The Environment of Vinaya in the Late Ming Dynasty
Created date2001.08.14

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