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PRINTED BOOKS
Author Bodiford, William M., 1955-

Title Sōtō Zen in medieval Japan / William M. Bodiford.

Published Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press, [1993]
©1993

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 UniM Bail  294.3927 BODI    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxi, 343 pages ; 25 cm.
Series Studies in East Asian Buddhism ; 8.
Studies in East Asian Buddhism ; no. 8.
Notes "A Kuroda Institute book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-308) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- Pt. 1. Early Soto Communities. 2. Dogen: The Founder of Eiheiji. 3. Giin: The Beginnings of Higo Soto. 4. Senne and Kyogo: Commentators on Dogen's Shobo genzo. 5. Gikai: The Founder of Daijoji. 6. Jakuen and Giun: Local Growth and Ties to Eiheiji. 7. Early Schisms: The Question of the Sandai Soron. 8. Keizan: The Founder of Yokoji -- Pt. 2. Regional Expansion. 9. Sojiji: The New Institutional Center. 10. The Popularization of Soto. 11. Formation of the Soto Order -- Pt. 3. Soto Zen Practice. 12. Koan Zen. 13. Precepts and Ordinations. 14. Zen Funerals -- 15. Conclusion.
Subject Sōtōshū -- History.
Zen Buddhism -- Japan.
ISBN 0824814827 (acid-free paper)