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A CITATION GUIDE TO THREE KEY BOOKS FOR YOGĀCĀRA RESEARCH

Postby Leo Rivers » Fri Sep 20, 2013 4:57 pm

A CITATION GUIDE TO THREE KEY BOOKS FOR YOGĀCĀRA RESEARCH

:buddha1:
Actually, I’m trying to drive you into buying these books as indispensable troves of stuff to read.


Text One:

SILK, Jonathan A., ed. 2000. Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Contents:

ARAMAKI, Noritoshi. 2000. “Toward an Understanding of the Vijñaptimātratā.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 39. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

BLUM, Mark L. 2000. “Samādhi in Hōnen’s Hermeneutic of Practice and Faith: Assessing the Sammai Hottokki.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 61. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

DE JONG, J. W. 2000. “The Buddha and His Teachings.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 171. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

GOMEZ, Luis O. 2000. “Two Jars on Two Tables: Reflections on the ‘Two Truths’.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 95. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

HATTORI, Masaaki. 2000. “Dignāga’s Theory of Meaning: An Annotated Translation of the Pramāṇasamuccayauṛtti : Chapter V: Anyāpoha-parīkṣā (1).” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 95. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

ICHIGO, Masamichi. 2000. “Śantarakṣita and Bhāviveka as Opponents of the Madhyamika in the Madhyamakāloka.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 147. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

KAJIYAMA, Yuichi. 2000. “Buddhist Cosmology as Presented in the Yogācārabhūmi.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 183. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

KATSURA, Shōryu. 2000. “Nāgārjuna and the Tetralemma (Catuṣkoṭi).” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 201. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

KAWAMURA, Leslie. 2000. “The Middle Path According to the Kāśyapaparivarta-sūtra.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 221. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

MIMAKI, Katsumi. 2000. “Jñānasārasamuccaya Kk∘ 20-28: Mise Au Point with a Sanskrit Manuscript.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 233. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

NAGAO, Gadjin M. 2000. “The Bodhisattva’s Compassion Described in the  Mahāyāna-sūrālaṁkāra.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 1. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

SCHMITHAUSEN, Lambert. 2000. “On Three Yogācārabhūmi Passages Mentioning the Three Svabhāvas or Lakṣaṇas.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 245. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

SILK, Jonathan A. 2000a. “The Yogācāra Bhikṣu.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 265. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
———, ed. 2000b. Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

STEINKELLNER, Ernst. 2000. “Manuscript Fragments, Texts, and Inscriptions in the Temple of Tabo: An Interim Report with Bibliography.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 315. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

TAKASAKI, Jikidō. 2000. “Saṃsāra Eva Nirvāṇam.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 333. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

TANJI, Teruyoshi. 2000. “On Samāropa: Probing the Relationship of the Buddha’s Silence and His Teaching.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 347. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

YAMADA, Meiji. 2000. “Buddhist Liberation and Birth in the Heavens: The Significance of the Earliest Buddhist Icons Found Among Grave Objects in China’s Yangtze River Region.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 369. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

YUYAMA, Akira. 2000. “Toward a New Edition of the Fan-yü Tsa-ming of Li-yen.” In Wisdom, Compassion and the Search for Understanding, edited by Jonathan A. SILK, 397. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.


Text Two:

Kragh, Ulrich Timme, ed. 2013. The Foundation for Yoga Practitioners: The Buddhist  Yogacarabhumi  Treatise and Its Adaptation in India, East Asia, and Tibet. Harvard University Department of South Asian Studies.

Contents:


AHN, Sungdoo. 2013. “Theories of the Darśanamāga in the Yogācārabhūmi and Their Chinese Interpretations.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1212. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

ALMOGI, Orna. 2013. “Yogācāra in the Writings of the Eleventh-Century Rnying Ma Scholar Rong Zom Chos Kyi Bzang Po.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1330. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

ARAMAKI, Noritoshi. 2013. “Two Notes on the Formation of the Yogācārabhūmi Text-Complex.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 398. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

AVIV, Eyal. 2013. “The Root That Nourishes the Branches: The Role of the Yogācārabhūmi in 20th-Century Chinese Scholastic Buddhism.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1078. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

BUESCHER, Hartmut. 2013. “Distinguishing the Two Vasubandhus, the Bhasyakara and the Kosakara, as Yogācāra-Vijñānavada.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 368. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

CHA, Sangyeob. 2013. “The Yogācārabhūmi Meditation Doctrine of the ‘Nine Stages of Mental Abiding’ in East and Central Asian Buddhism.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1166. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

CHEN, Bing. 2013. “Reflections on the Revival of Yogācāra in Modern Chinese Buddhism.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1054. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

DELEANU, Florin. 2013. “Meditative Practices in the Bodhisattvabhūmi: Quest for and Liberation through the Thing-In-Itself.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 884. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

DELHEY, Martin. 2013. “The Yogācārabhūmi Corpus: Sources, Editions, Translations, and Reference Works.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 498. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

HAKAMAYA, Noriaki. 2013. “Serving and Served Monks in the Yogācārabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 290. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

ISAACSON, Harunaga. 2013. “Yogācāra and Vajrayana According to Ratnākaraśānti.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1036. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

KAWAMURA, Leslie S. 2013. “Gadjin M. Nagao on MSA 1.1 and 1.2.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1296. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

KIM, Seongcheol. 2013. “A Brief History of Studies on the Yogācāra School in Modern Korea.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1254. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

KRAGH, Ulrich Timme. 2013. “All Mind, No Text - All Text, No Mind: Tracing Yogācāra in the Early Bka’ Brgyud Literature of Dags Po.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1362. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

KRAMER, Jowita. 2013. “A Study of the Salpskāra Section of Vasubandhu’s Pañca-skandhaka with Reference to Its Commentary by Sthiramat.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 986. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

KRITZER, Robert. 2013. “Garbhāvakrantau (’In the Garbhāvakrānti’): Quotations from the Garbhāvakrāntisūtra in Abhidharma Literature and the Yogācārabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 738. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

LAU, Lawrence Y.K. 2013. “Chinese Scholarship on Yogācāra Buddhism Since 1949.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1078. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

LUSTHAUS, Dan. 2013. “A Note on Medicine and Psychosomatic Relations in the First Two Bhūmis of the Yogācārabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 578. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

MATSUDA, Kazunobu. 2013. “Sanskrit Fragments of the Saṃdhinirmocsnāsūtra.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 938. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

MULLER, A. Charles. 2013. “The Contribution of the Yogācārabhūmi to the System of the Two Hindrances.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1192. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

PARK, Changhwan. 2013. “What Are Acāryas or *Yaugācārabhūmikas Doing in  Abhidarmakośbhāṣya.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 948. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

SAKUMA, Noriaki. 2013. “Remarks on the Lineage of Indian Masters of the Yogācāra School: Maitreya, Asanga, and Vasubandhu.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Hidenori S. KRAGH, 330. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

SCHMITHAUSEN, Noritoshi. 2013. “Kussls and Akussls: Reconsidering the Original Meaning of a Basic Pair of Terms of Buddhist Spirituality and Ethics and Its Development up to Early Yogācāra.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 440. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

SKILLING, Peter. 2013. “Nets of Intertextuality: Embedded Scriptural Citations in the Yogācārabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 772. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

SUGAWARA, Yasunori. 2013. “The Bhāvanāmayi Bhāmih: Contents and Formation.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 792. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

TAKAHASHI, Koichi. 2013. “The Premise of Vastu in the Msnobhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 564. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

VAN DER KUIJP, Leonard W.J. 2013. “Notes on Jñānamitra’s Commentary on the Abhidharmasamuccaya.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1388. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

VETTER, Tilmann. 2013. “Early Mahayana and  ’The Bodhisattvas of the Ten Directions.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 290. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

VON ROSPATT, Alexander. 2013. “Remarks on the Bhāvanāmayi Bhūmiḥ and Its Treatment of Practice.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 852. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

WALDRON, William S. 2013. “Ālayavijñāna as Keystone Dharma: The Ālaya Treatise of the Yogācārabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 922. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

WANGCHUK, Dorji. 2013. “On the Status of the Yogācāra School in Tibetan Buddhism.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1316. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

YAMABE, Nobuyoshi. 2013. “Parallel Passages Between the Manobhūmi and the *Yogācārabhūmi of Samgharaksa.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 596. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

YOSHIMURA, Makoto. 2013. “The Weishi School and the Buddha-Nature Debate in the Early Tang Dynasty.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 1234. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.

ZIMMERMANN, Michael. 2013. “The Chapter on Right Conduct in the Bodhisattvabhūmi.” In The Foundation For Yoga Practitioners The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise And Its  Adaptation In India, East Asia, And Tibet, edited by Ulrich Timme KRAGH, 872. Cambridge, Massachusetts And London, England: Harvard University Press.


Text Three:

HEIRMAN, Ann, and Stephan P. BUMBACHER, ed. 2007. The Spread of Buddhism. Boston: Brill..

Contents (a selection):

HEIRMAN, Ann, and Stephan P. BUMBACHER. 2007. “Introduction: The Spread of Buddhism.” In The Spread of Buddhism, edited by Ann HEIRMAN and Stephan P. BUMBACHER, 1. Boston: Brill.

DESSEIN, Bart. 2007. “The First Turning of the Wheel of the Doctrine: Sarvāstavāda and Mahāsaṃghika Controversy.” In The Spread of Buddhism, edited by Ann HEIRMAN and Stephan P. BUMBACHER, 15. Boston: Brill.

DIETZ, Siglinde. 2007. “Buddhism in Gandhāra.” In The Spread of Buddhism, edited by Ann HEIRMAN and Stephan P. BUMBACHER, 49. Boston: Brill.

TREMBLAY, Xavier. 2007. “The Spread of Buddhism in Serindia: Buddhism Amoung Iranians, Tocharians and Turks Before the 13th Century.” In The Spread of Buddhism, edited by Ann HEIRMAN and Stephan P. BUMBACHER, 75. Boston: Brill.


Texts Four:

(a BONUS selection)

Contents:

NATTIER, Jan, and Charles S. PREBISH. “Mahāasaṃghika Origins and the Beginnings of Buddhism.” In History of Religions, 241–272.
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Re: A CITATION GUIDE TO THREE KEY BOOKS FOR YOGĀCĀRA RESEARC

Postby Greg » Sat Sep 21, 2013 4:56 pm

Thanks for this Leo - very helpful, especially the new book!
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Re: A CITATION GUIDE TO THREE KEY BOOKS FOR YOGĀCĀRA RESEARC

Postby Greg » Mon Sep 30, 2013 5:26 pm

The Foundation for Yoga Practitioners: The Buddhist Yogacarabhumi Treatise and Its Adaptation in India, East Asia, and Tibet.

Some of this is available: http://www.scribd.com/doc/171516388/The-Foundation-for-Yoga-Practitioners-Incomplete
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