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Dissertations and Essays Helpful to Studying the Early Mahay

Postby Leo Rivers » Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:09 am

More Dissertations and Essays Helpful to Studying the Early Mahayana and the Arc of the Yogacara


Abbott, Terry Rae, Vasubandhu’s commentary to the "saddharmapundarika-sutra" : a study of its history and significance (ekayana, buddhism, mahayana, india, central asia, china, japan), dissertation, University of California, Berkeley, Phd, 1985

Chun, Jang-Kil., A study of the Daśabhūmika-sūtra : its relation to previous Buddhist traditions and the development of bodhisattva practice, Univ : THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON, 1993

Deleanu, Florin; A Preliminary Study On An Shigao's Translation Of The Yogācārabhūmi, J.Dept.Liberal Arts Kansai Med.Univ.Vo1.l7 (1997)

D.’amato, M. . Three Natures, Three Stages: An Interpretation of the Yogācāra Trisvabhāva-Theory, Journal of Indian Philosophy, 2005

Drewes, David; Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism I: Recent Scholarship David, University of Manitoba, Religion Compass 3 (2009)

Huynh, Trung. A Reappraisal Of Kumārajīva’s Role In Medieval Chinese Buddhism: An Examination Of Kumārajīva’s Translation Text On “The Essential Explanation Of The Method Of Dhyana”, University of the West, Spring 2011

Hung, Ya-Chun (Bhikkhunī Syinchen). Issues In Śamatha And Vipaśyanā: A Comparative Study Of Buddhist Meditation, University Of The West, Rosemead, California, Fall 2010

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Scholarship & Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism II: New Perspectives, University of Manitoba, Religion Compass 3 (2009)

Harrison, Paul; Who Gets to Ride in the Great Vehicle? Self-Image and Identity Among the Followers of the Early Mahāyāna, The Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1 1987

Lusthaus, Dan. What Is And What Isn’t Yogacara
http://www.acmuller.net/yogacara/articles/intro-uni.htm

Lusthaus, Dan and Muller, Charles. Summary of the Yogācārabhūmiśāstra

Schoening, Jeffery Davis. Śālistamba-Sūtra-and-its-Indian-Commentaries, dissertation, University of Washington, 1991
http://www.acmuller.net/yogacara/outlin ... y-utf8.htm

Silk, Jonathan A.; “What, If Anything, Is Mahāyāna Buddhism?” Problems Of Definitions And Classifications, NUMEN, Vol. 49, Brill NV, Leiden (2002)

Schmithausen, Lambert. Aspects of Spiritual Practice in Early Yogācāra
http://www.scribd.com/doc/49812850/Aspe ... y-Yogacara

Seton, Gregory Max. A Preliminary Study of The Meaning of "Yoga" in Saṅgharakṣa's Yogācārabhūmi and Its Context, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Santa Barbara, June 2009

Walser, Joseph; The Origin of the Term ‘Mahāyāna’ (The Great Vehicle) and its Relationship to the Āgamas, Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies, Vol. 30, No. 1–2 2007 (2009)

Wayman, A., Analysis of the Śrāvakabhūmi Manuscript, Univ. California Press, 1961

Werner, Karel. On the Nature and Message of the Lotus Sūtra in the Light of Early Buddhism and Buddhist Scholarship: Towards the Beginnings of Mahāyāna, International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture September 2003, Vol. 3, pp. 13~34.
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Re: Dissertations and Essays Helpful to Studying the Early M

Postby Michael_Dorfman » Thu Jun 06, 2013 2:43 pm

Leo Rivers wrote:More Dissertations and Essays Helpful to Studying the Early Mahayana and the Arc of the Yogacara

Drewes, David; Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism I: Recent Scholarship David, University of Manitoba, Religion Compass 3 (2009)


(the above may be the same person?)

Scholarship & Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism II: New Perspectives, University of Manitoba, Religion Compass 3 (2009)



I chased these down, as they sounded interesting, and I hadn't heard of the Journal before.

Here are slightly fuller citations (cut and pasted from the Wiley Online website):

Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism I: Recent Scholarship
RELIGION COMPASS
Volume 4, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages: 55–65, David Drewes

Early Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism II: New Perspectives
RELIGION COMPASS
Volume 4, Issue 2, February 2010, Pages: 66–74, David Drewes
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Re: Dissertations and Essays Helpful to Studying the Early M

Postby robertsherwood34 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:17 am

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