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The Bodhisattva Ti-Tsang (Jizo) in China and Japan

By: Visser, Marinus Willem De, 1876-1930

Supplemental catalog subcollection information: Religious Literature Collection; Theological Literature

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Amitabha, a Story of Buddhist Theology, Score Bud Ami

By: Paul Carus

Description: This is a short story set in the first century CE during the height of Buddhism in India. Carus uses the story as a frame to discuss Buddhist concepts of God, non-violence and religous tolerance. Carus, the proprietor of Open Court Press, was

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Buddha : His Life, His Teachings, His Order Together with the Hist...

By: Dutt, Manmatha Nath; Society for the Resuscitation of Indian Literature

Colics of the horse ; Includes bibliographical references and index ; Veterinary Library's copy part of the John A. Seaverns Equine Collection

Colic ; Horses ; Horse Diseases

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Psalms of the Sisters Psalms of the Early Buddhists

By: Rhys Mrs. Davids

Description: Book titles are necessarily brief. In their brevity they seem to claim too much and to specify not enough. Here and now let the title of this little volume be modified by the ampler designation: Verses attributed, in the tradition of the Pali Canon, to certain eminent Sisters (Therī-Bhikkhunīs) of the Buddhist Order, and forming the second and smaller portion of the work entitled Thera-therī-gāthā–i.e. verses of the Elders, Brethren and Sisters. No one, not...

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The Gateless Gate, Score Bud Glg

By: Ekai

Description: This classic Zen Buddhist collection of 49 koans with commentary by Mumon was originally published in 1934, and later included in Paul Reps and Nyogen Senzaki's popular anthology Zen Flesh, Zen Bones. Due to non-renewal it is currently in the

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Saddharma-pundarîka Or, the Lotus of the True Law, Score Bud Lotus

By: H. Kern

Description: Thus have I heard. Once upon a time the Lord was staying at Râgagriha, on the Gridhrakuta mountain, with a numerous assemblage of monks, twelve hundred monks, all of them Arhats, stainless, free from depravity, self-controlled, thoroughly ema

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Sacred Text : Buddhism and Immortality

By: W. S. Bigelow
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Bouddhisme : Opinions Sur L'Histoire De La Dogmatique; Leçons Fait...

By: La Vallée Poussin, Louis De, 1869-1938

Description: Includes bibliographical references

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Smokey the Bear Sutra

By: Gary Snyder

Description: i keep re-reading Aitken Roshi's chapter on Buddhism and Deep Ecology in The Mind of Clover. This is very powerful material for me, and it keeps bringing me back to the American Poet, Gary Snyder. Gary Snyder was one of the first Americans to travel to Japan to study Zen. He was never ordained, but his study and practice is deep and sincere. He was immortalized by Kerouac as Japhy Ryder in On the Road, and he won the Pulitzer Prize in poetry.

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Gleanings in Buddha Fields : Stories of Hand and Soul in the Far East

By: Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904
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Journal of the Pali Text Society

By: Pali Text Society; Davids, Thomas William Rhys, 1843-1922; Davids, Caroline Augusta Foley Rhys, 1857-1942, Editor

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Startling Developments of Crim. Con.! or Two Mormon Apostles Expos...

By: Alfred Jarry

Description: Libellilege dea Juvenilia d'Alfred Jarry publiea par Le College de 'Pataphysique--P. 2 of cover.Drame en trois actes--T.p. Page 5 appears to reproduce the information from the 1888 publication (Saint-Brieuc, 1888).Cet ouvrage a ete tire pour le College de 'Pataphysique sur les presses de l'imprimerie Firmin-Didot et Cie (Mesmil, Eure) a 666 exemplaires dont 222 sous couverture couleur de rose et 25 marques de la chouette briochine le Ier Haha XCII 1965--Colo...

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Chinese Buddhism

By: Joseph Edkins

Description: I first visited a Chinese Buddhist temple in Shanghai. As a Californian, I was much more familiar with Zen Buddhism, so this was something entirely new to me. Instead of an aesthetics of austerity and clean lines, this was Baroque and mysterious. The temple was filled with statues of Buddhas, gods, goddesses and demons. I was reminded of the Hindu temples of India, or the cathedrals of Mexico. As I transcribed this book, that first collision with Chinese Bu...

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She-rab Dong-bu the Tree of W Isdom

By: W . L. Campbell

Description: An influential Tibetan Buddhist text

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Buddhist Suttas, Score Bud Sbe11

By: T. W. Davids

Description: These seven scriptural writings are considered to be the most important and oldest of the Buddhist religion. Originally written in the Pali language, they date to the fourth and third centuries BC. This early date is what makes them so import

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Açvaghosha's Discourse on the Awakening of Faith in the Mahâyâna

By: Teitaro Suzuki

Description: Asvaghosa's The Awakening of Faith is one of the most concise works on Mahayana Buddhism, and was translated at an early date from the Sanskrit to the Chinese. The original Sanskrit text is lost. The Awakening of Faith has been used as a textbook for Buddhist priests. This translation was the first into English; it is by Teitaro Suzuki, one of the principal writers on Buddhism of the 20th century. Suzuki, a Zen Buddhist scholar, manages to convey the difficu...

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Buddha, the Word, Score Bud Buddha2

By: Paul Carus

Description: THUS has it been said by the Buddha, the Enlightened One: It is through not understanding, not realizing four things, that I, Disciples, as well as you, had to wander so long through this round of rebirths. And what are these four things? The

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Dialogues of the Buddha, Score Bud Dob

By: T. W. Davids

Description: These books were originally part of the series Sacred Books of the Buddhists, which, (exactly) like the Sacred Books of the East was translated by various oriental scholars and edited by F. Max Müller. These were published in 1899 unde

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Piedigrotta : Col Manifesto Sulla Declamazi One Dinamica Sinottica...

By: J. B. (John Bowyer) Nichols

Description: Autograph letter, signed.

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The Questions of King Milinda, Part Ii, Score Bud Sbe 36

By: T. W. Davids

Description: This is a translation of a series of dialogues between King Milinda and Nagasena, a Buddhist scholar. The Questions of King Milinda deals with some of the thorniest questions of Buddhism, religion and existence. The narrative proceeds in a cy

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