|Title:||The Buddhist Sects of Japan: Their History, Philosophical Doctrines, and Sanctuaries|
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Personal Name: Steinilber-Oberlin, E. (Emile), b. 1878. Uniform Title: Sects bouddhiques japonaises. Publication, Distribution, et. Westport, Conn. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The Buddhist sects of Japan, their history, philosophical doctrines and sanctuaries, by E. Steinilber-Oberlin, with the collaboration of Kuni Matsuo
This book is merely a philosophical inquiry. My task has been limited to obtaining explanations, to group them methodically and reproduce them in the most faithful way possible. When a certain point seemed obscure to me I sought the necessary explanations. To the reader who sincerely wishes to understand the philosophical doctrines of modern Buddhism I deliver the result of this inquiry, which I might have entitled "Living Buddhism: Its smiling and deep philosophy. The idea of making an inquiry on this subject came to me after having read the criticisms which Western writers have so often formulated against "philosophical Buddhism," or "Superior Buddhism. The amused traveller has never failed to note the picturesque aspects of popular Buddhism as well as its naïve practices.
By E Steinilber-Oberlin. 1. The Kusha Sect 2. The Jō-Jitsu Sect 3. The Sanron Sect 4. The Hosso Sect 5. The Kegon Sect 6. The Tendai Sect 7. The Shingon Sect 8. The Zen Sect 9. The Jôdo Sect 10.
Home All Categories Religion & Spirituality Books Buddhism Books The Buddhist Sects of Japan: Their History, Philosophical Doctrines, and Sanctuaries. ISBN13: 9780837143491. The Buddhist Sects of Japan, Their History, Philosophical Doctrines and Sanctuaries. by Emile Steinilber-Oberlin. But in this process Japanese Buddhism has split itself into many sects with greatly differing doctrines, though all profess a method destined to elevate the soul and a method of action.
Their History, Philosophical Doctrines and Sanctuaries. ByE Steinilber-Oberlin. First Published 1938. The Sanron sect (literally The Three Books) possesses, as its name tells us, three canonical texts. It was founded in Japan in . 625 by the Korean bonze Ekwan, the same who had imported the fundamental texts of the Jō-Jitsu sect. Like these, the Sanron texts had previously been translated from Sanskrit into Chinese.
Steinilber-Oberlin, . (Emile), 1878 . Statement of responsibility. by E. Steinilber-Oberlin ; with the collaboration of Kuni Matsuo ; translated from the French by Marc Logé. Steinilber-Oberlin, . (Emile), 1878-. Matsuo, Kuninosuke, 1899-1975. Buddhist sects - Japan.
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