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Some translations of para- and extra-canonical Chinese Buddhist texts are included at the end of the list.
A bibliography of translations into Japanese, Korean, Tibetan, Mongolian or modern Chinese, though of course desirable, is not even attempted. If you can spare the time, please browse through your bibliographies and add missing translations.
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HallReynolds, Frank: Guide to Buddhist Religion. For more bibliographies please refer to the "Bibliography of Buddhist Studies Bibliographies".
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Abhandlungen der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin.
Editions You Feng, Dharma Drum Publishing, A Journal of Religion and Culture Vol. Dharma Drum Publishing,pp. Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies, vol. Dharma Drum Publishing, de:Vol.7, No.3, May, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.
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The way the Chinese have conceived of their past - and thus of themselves - was profoundly shaped by a book written in Han times, the Historical Records (Shiji) of Sima Qian.
Before Sima Qian was able to complete his history, he made the political mistake of defending a general who had surrendered. The Wuhan Gang & The Chungking Gang, i.e., the offsprings of the American missionaries, diplomats, military officers, 'revolutionaries' & Red Saboteurs and the "Old China Hands" of the s and the herald-runners of the Dixie Mission of the s.
The Han dynasty historian, Sima Qian wrote that First Emperor, in an attempt to consolidate power, in BC ordered the burning of all books advocating viewpoints that challenged Legalism or the state, and also stipulated that all scholars who refused to submit their books to be burned would be executed by premature burial.
Kings of the Far East. Find us: Home Sources. and again during the Early Han dynasty that follows it.
Huangdi is portrayed as the creator of the centralised Chinese state, and the creator of several innovations that have probably already come about gradually during the course of China's early cultures.
The semi-mythical first dynasty of.