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Dharma Rain : Sources of Buddhist Environmentalism
cover The Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion : Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, Zen by Ingrid Fischer-Schreiber, Franz-Karl Ehrhard, Kurt Friedrichs.

  The Encyclopedia of Eastern Philosophy and Religion is more than just a dictionary of terms. It includes the lives of significant teachers, mystics and philosophers; entries for the basic texts and scriptures; capsules of the various sects and schools of thought; as well as mythological figures and events. Packed with information and printed on acid-free paper. 

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Proceedings of the Friesian School:  Buddhist Philosophy

The essays at this site range from the fully annotated and technical to more informal and discursive discussions, often written for undergraduate classes. Many items therefore should be intelligible to those not familiar with all the arcana of academic philosophy. Such a range of submissions is acceptable and desired, since the trend, by which academic philosophy has obscured and esotericized itself, and mostly dropped out of popular and literate culture, should be resisted.

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Buddhist Philosophy

bulletThe Basic Teachings of Buddhism [17.5K]
bulletBasic Buddhist Philosophical Doctrines
bulletThe Indian & Buddhist Elements [21.3K]
bulletStages in the History of Buddhism
bulletTherav‚da Buddhism
bulletMah‚y‚na Buddhism
bulletVajray‚na Buddhism
bulletThe "Six Schools" of Japan

 

Essential Readings on Chinese Philosophy

Compiled by Bryan W. Van Norden. This list represents one opinion on the essential secondary readings in English on Chinese philosophy.

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bulletI. Early (Pre-Qin Dynasty) Philosophy
  1. General Histories
  2. Specialized Studies
  3. Confucianism
    bulletA. Translations
    i. Anthologies
    ii. Analects
    iii. Mencius
    iv. Xunzi
    bulletB. Secondary Studies
    i. Confucius
    bulleta. On Analects 4:15
    bulletb. On Analects 12:1

    ii. Mencius

    bulleta. On Mencius 1A7
    bulletb. On Mencius 2A2
    bulletc. On Mencius 3A5
    bulletd. On Mencius 6A1 ff.

    iii. Xunzi

  4. Daoism (Taoism)
    bulletA. Translations
    i. Anthologies
    ii. Dao De Jing (Tao Te Ching)
    iii. Zhuangzi (Chuang-tzu)
    bulletB. Secondary Studies
  5. Mohism
  6. Comparative (Western and Non-Western) Studies
  7. Other Schools and Miscellaneous Studies
bulletII. The I Ching
bulletIII. Han Dynasty
bulletIV. Chinese Buddhism
bulletA. Indian Background
bulletB. Translations of Chinese Works
bulletC. Secondary Studies of Chinese Buddhism
bulletV. Neo-Confucianism
bulletA. Translations
bulletB. Secondary Studies
bulletVI. Chinese Science
bulletVII. Syllabi and Other Resources

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