In this second volume of his classic history Dumoulin turns his attention to the development of Zen in Japan.62-63; see also Takeuchi, Soioshu kyodanshi, pp. ... Takeuchi presents two lists of names, Sotoshu kyodanshi, p. 138 ... of society), Fumoto no kwawake (a manual for monks), Ha-Jurishitan (an anti-Christian tract, thirty-one extant copies of which are preserved in Soto temples in Kyushu). ... 150. See Nakamura, Kinsei nihon no hihameki seishin, pp. 98-99; aquot;Suzuki Shosan and the Spirit of Capitalism, aquot; pp.
|Title||:||Zen Buddhism: Japan|
|Publisher||:||World Wisdom, Inc - 2005-01-01|