Buddhism Without Borders – Proceedings of the International Conference on Global Buddhism

Buddhism Without Borders – Proceedings of the International Conference on Global Buddhism

Edited by Dasho Karma Ura and Dendup Chophel

  Publication Year: 2012

 ISBN Number: 978-99936-14-69-2

  PAGES: 370

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Table of Contents

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Keynote Address by His Excellency Minjur Dorji, the Hon’ble Home Minister of Bhutan
Buddhism as a ‘living tradition’: The foundation for Buddhism without borders Kathleen Gregory
Buddhist Models of Self: Politics when People Matter Georgios T. Halkias
Introduction to the Collected Works of the Founder of the Drukpa Kagyu (‘Brug pa bKa’ brgyud) School: Tsangpa Gyare (gTsang pa rgya ras, 1161-1211) Seiji Kumagai, Thupten Gawa, Yasuda Akinori
Conversion to Tibetan Buddhism: Some Reflections Bei Dawei
Spiritual Development in Children of All Ages Christina Partsalaki
The masters go West: A story of Buddhism’s adaptation to new “fields” Francoise Pommaret
Animal Wellbeing: The Concept and Practice of Tsethar in Bhutan Dendup Chophel, Sangay Thinley, Dorji Gyaltshen
Buddhism Without Borders Khenpo Phuntsok Tashi
Buddhist sacred natural sites conservation: A meeting ground between international and local Riamsara Kuyakanon Knapp
How Avidya Leads to Suffering: Paradigms and Transformations in Contemporary Japanese Society Yoshinari Fuji
Ethnic Identity and Buddhist Tradition: An Analysis on Ethnic Shan Festivals in Thailand Siraporn Nathalang
The Role of Buddhist Temples in Thailand in Transmitting Shan Language and Culture Supin Ritpen
Buddhist Environmentalism in Modern Thai Poetry Suchitra Chongstitvatana
The Lho-Druk Tradition of Bhutan Gembo Dorji
Filial Piety with a Zen Twist: Universalism and Particularism Surrounding the Sutra on the Difficulty of Reciprocating the Kindness of Parents Michel Mohr
Buddhist Original Philosophy to Pursue Worldwide Peace Shinkan Murakami
Buddhist Impact on Chinese Language Guang Xing
Sources for the Yogācāra Critiques of the Two Truths Zhihua Yao
Sri Lankan Impacts on East Asian Buddhism: Transmission of a Dhāraī Sūtra Norihisa Baba
Contested Identities in Chan/Zen Buddhism: The “Lost” Fragments of Mazu Daoyi in the Zongjing lu Albert Welter
The Sacred Writing by Central Asian Buddhist Monks in China (3-5 C) Tsui Chunghui
Images of Monks with the U·ö´·a from the Kucha and Turfan Regions Tianshu Zhu
Buddhist Texts on Love C. Lang
Present-Day Social Problem and its Solution by Buddhism   Kenyo Mitomo
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