Category:Chinese Buddhist philosophy
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Pages in category "Chinese Buddhist philosophy"
The following 85 pages are in this category, out of 85 total.
- Can One Become a Buddha Instantaneously?
- Chinaese Tiantai Doctrine on Insentient Things’ Buddha-Nature
- Chinese and Buddhist Philosophy in Early Twentieth-Century German Thought By Eric S. Nelson
- Chinese Buddhist philosophy:Earliest developments
- Chinese Buddhist Religious Disputation
- Chinese Buddhist Schools
- Chinese Ethics
- Chinese Philosophy
- Chinese Philosophy.
- Chinese Philosophy: Buddhism
- Comparative Philosophy: Chinese and Western
- Contemporary Significance of Chinese Buddhist Philosophy
- The Awakening of Faith in Mahāyāna
- The Chinese Buddhist Schools: Chan
- The Chinese Buddhist Schools: Huayan
- The Chinese Buddhist Schools: Pure Land
- The Concept of Structure as a Basic Epistemological Paradigm of Traditional Chinese Thought
- The Consciousness-Only School of Chinese Buddhism
- The Contrast of Late Ming Weishi Commentaries and Edo Weishi Commentaries on Xuanzang’s Guan suoyuanyuan lun＊
- The development of Chinese Buddhist philosophy
- The Ideological Foundations of Taiwanese Modernity: Mou Zongsan’s New Moral Philosophy
- The Investigation of Vijñānapariṇāma in Triṁśikāvijñapti-prakaraṇa
- The Place of Logic in the Project of Modernity
- The Practice of Mahāyāna Si Nianchu in Sixth Century China: Huisi’s Interpretation and Practice of Si Nianchu in His Sui Ziyi Sanme
- The Rediscovery of Logic in Modern China
- The Resurgence of Buddhist Logic in Modern China
- The Root that Nourishes the Branches: The Yogācārabhūmi's Role in 20th Century Chinese Scholastic Buddhism
- The Tiantai School of Chinese Buddhism
- The transformation of consciusness into wisdom in the Chinese Consciousness-Only school according to the Cheng Wei-Shi Lun
- Turning a Deaf Ear to the Dharma? The Theory of *śrutavāsanā (聞熏) and the Debate about the Nature of Hearing and Mind in Twentieth Century China
- What Are the Sudden and Gradual Approaches to Enlightenment?
- What Do Mahāyāna and Hīnayāna Refer To?
- What Do the Terms Arhat, Bodhisattva, and Buddha Mean?
- What Does Pusa (Bodhisattva) Mean?
- What Does “Emptiness of the Four Greats” Mean?
- What Does “Purity of the Six Sense Faculties” Mean?
- What Is a Billion-World Universe?
- Which School of Buddhism Is Best for Practice?