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Buddhist Behavioral Codes and the Modern World:An International Symposium
Author Wawrytko, Sandra Ann ; Fu, Charles Wei-hsun
Source Buddhist Behavioral Codes and the Modern World: An International Symposium
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
NoteIncludes bibliographical references and index. Proceedings from the Chung-Hwa International Conference on Buddhism convened in Taipei, Taiwan, July 18-21, 1992. Contributions to the Study of Religion, No. 38, ISSN 0196-7053
KeywordSocial Change;Buddhist Ethics;Tradition;History;Praxis;Congresses;Discipline in Buddhism;Buddhist Precepts;Monasticism;Buddhist Orders;Buddhist Rules;Fu, Charles Wei-hsun;Wawrytko, Sandra Ann;Shih, Sheng-yen;Cleary, J. C.;Holt, John Clifford;Sato, Tatsugen;Shinohara, Koichi;Willemen, Charles;Yamagiwa, Nobuyuki;Tso, Sze-bong;Tsomo, Karma Lekshe;Buswell, Robert E., Jr.;Kabilsingh, Chatsumarn;Boonyoros, Roongraung;Brahmawong, Chaiyong;Mettanando, Bhikkhu;Crook, John H.;Inada, Kenneth K.;
Table of contents
Introduction / Charles Wei-hsun Fu and Sandra Ann Wawrytko,pp.xi-xvi
Prologue:On the Temporal and Spatial Adaptability of the Bodhisattva Precepts, with Reference to the Three Cumulative Pure Precepts / Dharma Teacher Sheng-yen,Translated by J. C. Cleary,pp.3-50

I. The Historical Context
1. The Beginnings of Buddhist Discipline:Notes on an Early Buddhist Theory of Action / John Clifford Holt,pp.53-66
2. Dao-xuan and His Religious Precepts / Tatsugen Sato,pp.67-73
3. Buddhist Precepts in Medieval Chinese Biographies of Monks / Koichi Shinohara, pp.75-94
4. Vinaya in Two Early Collections of Parables / Charles Willemen,pp.95-99
5. The Importance of Vinaya in the Study of Indian Buddhism,with Special Reference to Chinese Sources / Nobuyuki Yamagiwa, pp.101-109
6. The Decline of Buddhist Vinaya in China from a Historical and Cultural Perspective / Tso Sze-bong,pp.111-122
7. Buddhist Ethics in Japan and Tibet:A Comparative Study of the Adoption of Bodhisattva and Pratimoksa Precepts / Karma Lekshe Tsomo,pp.123-138

II. Rethinking Buddhist Practice in the Modern World
8. Buddhist Reform Movements in Korea During the Japanese Colonial Period:Precepts and the Challenge of Modernity / Robert E. Buswell,Jr.,pp.141-160
9. The Problem of Ordination:Women in Buddhism / Chatsumarn Kabilsingh, pp.161-169
10. Householders and the Five Precepts / Roongraung Boonyoros, pp.171-178
11. The Application of Buddhist Principles to Administrative Arts / Chaiyong Brahmawong,pp.179-186
12. Death -- The Ultimate Challenge:A Buddhist Perspective in the Medical Care of Dying Patients / Venerable Mettanando Bhikkhu,pp.187-209

III. Revisionings of Buddhist Theory
13. Perceptual Truth and the Western Psychology of Human Nature / John H. Crook,pp.213-229
14. Buddhist Precepts and the Scientific challenge / Kenneth K. Inada, pp.231-244
15. Mixed Precepts, the Bodhisattva Precept,and the Preceptless Precept; A Critical Comparison of the Chinese and Japanese Buddhist Views of Sila/Vinaya / Charles Wei-hsun Fu,pp.245-276
16. Sexism in the Early Sangha:Its Social Basis and Philosophical Dis-solution / Sandra A. Wawrytko,pp.277-296

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