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The Logic of Legitimation in the Tibetan Treasure Tradition

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 97-134

Janet Gyatso THE LOGIC OF LEGITIMATION IN THE TIBETAN TREASURE TRADITION Coinciding approximately with the close of the...

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A Voice from the Silence: The Buddha's Mother's Story

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 358-379

Jonathan S. Walters A V 0ICE FROM THE SILENCE: THE BUDDHA'S MOTHER'S STORY In this essay I explore a set of...

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Weaving the World: The Ritual Art of the "Pata" in Pala Buddhism and Its Legacy in Tibet

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 241-262

Matthew Kapstein WEAVING THE WORLD: THE RITUAL ART OF THE PATA IN PALA BUDDHISM AND ITS LEGACY IN TIBET I Perhaps you...

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Human Agency and Divine Power: Transforming Images and Recreating Gods among the Newar

Vol.34,
No.3,
(History of Religions),
pp 201-240

Bruce McCoy Owens HUMAN AGENCY AND DIVINE POWER: TRANSFORMING IMAGES AND RECREATING GODS AMONG THE NEWAR During the...

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Hypostasizing the Buddha: Buddha Image Consecration in Northern Thailand

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 263-280

Donald K. Swearer HYPOSTASIZING THE BUDDHA: BUDDHA IMAGE CONSECRATION IN NORTHERN THAILAND PROLEGOMENA "In ancient...

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Buddhist Pilgrim/Buddhist Exile: Old and New Images of Retired Emperor Kazan in the Saigoku Kannon Temple Guidebooks

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 303-328

Mark Mac Williams BUDDHIST PILGRIM/ BUDDHIST EXILE: OLD AND NEW IMAGES OF RETIRED EMPEROR KAZAN IN THE SAIGOKU KANNON...

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Speech Acts and Kings' Edicts: Vedic Words and Rulership in Taxonomical Perspective

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 329-350

Laurie L. Patron SPEECH ACTS AND KINGS' EDICTS: VEDIC I WORDS AND , RULERSHIP IN TAXONOMICAL I PERSPECTIVE In a...

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Buddhist Responses to Manichaeism: Mahayana Reaffirmation of the "Middle Path"?

Vol.35,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 148-162

David Scott BUDDHIST RESPONSES TO MANICHAEISM: MAHAYANA REAFFIRMATION OF THE "MIDDLE PATH"? From all of the...

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Upside down/Right Side up: A Revisionist History of Buddhist Funerals in China

Vol.35,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 307-338

Alan Cole UPSIDE DOWN/ RIGHT SIDE UP: A REVISIONIST HISTORY OF BUDDHIST FUNERALS IN CHINA It is a curious fact really....

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Buddhism and Popular Ritual in Mongolian Religion: A Reexamination of the Fire Cult

Vol.36,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 112-139

Christopher P. Atwood BUDDHISM AND POPULAR RITUAL IN MONGOLIAN RELIGION: A REEXAMINATION OF THE FIRE CULT Anyone who...

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Buddhism and Popular Ritual in Mongolian Religion: A Reexamination of the Fire Cult

Vol.36,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 112-139

Christopher P. Atwood BUDDHISM AND POPULAR RITUAL IN MONGOLIAN RELIGION: A REEXAMINATION OF THE FIRE CULT Anyone who...

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Buddhist Just Rule and Burmese National Culture: State Patronage of the Chinese Tooth Relic in Myanma

Vol.36,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 218-243

Juliane Schober BUDDHIST JUST RULE AND BURMESE NATIONAL CULTURE: STATE PATRONAGE OF THE CHINESE TOOTH RELIC IN MYANMA...

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Human Agency and Divine Power: Transforming Images and Recreating Gods among the Newar

Vol.34,
No.3,
(History of Religions),
pp 201-240

Bruce McCoy Owens HUMAN AGENCY AND DIVINE POWER: TRANSFORMING IMAGES AND RECREATING GODS AMONG THE NEWAR During the...

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Upside down/Right Side up: A Revisionist History of Buddhist Funerals in China

Vol.35,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 307-338

Alan Cole UPSIDE DOWN/ RIGHT SIDE UP: A REVISIONIST HISTORY OF BUDDHIST FUNERALS IN CHINA It is a curious fact really....

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The Logic of Legitimation in the Tibetan Treasure Tradition

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 97-134

Janet Gyatso THE LOGIC OF LEGITIMATION IN THE TIBETAN TREASURE TRADITION Coinciding approximately with the close of the...

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A Voice from the Silence: The Buddha's Mother's Story

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 358-379

Jonathan S. Walters A V 0ICE FROM THE SILENCE: THE BUDDHA'S MOTHER'S STORY In this essay I explore a set of...

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Weaving the World: The Ritual Art of the "Pata" in Pala Buddhism and Its Legacy in Tibet

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 241-262

Matthew Kapstein WEAVING THE WORLD: THE RITUAL ART OF THE PATA IN PALA BUDDHISM AND ITS LEGACY IN TIBET I Perhaps you...

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Hypostasizing the Buddha: Buddha Image Consecration in Northern Thailand

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 263-280

Donald K. Swearer HYPOSTASIZING THE BUDDHA: BUDDHA IMAGE CONSECRATION IN NORTHERN THAILAND PROLEGOMENA "In ancient...

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Buddhist Pilgrim/Buddhist Exile: Old and New Images of Retired Emperor Kazan in the Saigoku Kannon Temple Guidebooks

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 303-328

Mark Mac Williams BUDDHIST PILGRIM/ BUDDHIST EXILE: OLD AND NEW IMAGES OF RETIRED EMPEROR KAZAN IN THE SAIGOKU KANNON...

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A Preliminary Study on the Apocryphal Sutra from Goryeo, Hen Hiang Se Bang Geng

Vol.16,
(2009),
pp 295-311

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Research Notes : A Study of Faith in Amitabha in Gandhara

Vol.17,
(2010),
pp 115-126

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Suttas as History: Four Approaches to the "Sermon on the Noble Quest" (Ariyapariyesanasutta)

Vol.38,
No.3,
(1999),
pp 247-284

Jonathan S. Walters SUTTAS AS HISTORY: FOUR APPROACHES TO THE Sermon on the Noble Quest (ARIYAPARIYESANASUTTA) The...

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Where Text Meets Flesh: Burning the Body as an Apocryphal Practice in Chinese Buddhism

Vol.37,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 295-322

JamesA. Benn WHERE TEXT MEETS FLESH: BURNING THE BODY AS AN APOCRYPHAL PRACTICE IN CHINESE INTRODUCTIONAt first glance...

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Naga, Yaksini, Buddha: Local Deities and Local Buddhism at Ajanta

Vol.37,
No.4,
(1998),
pp 360-400

Richard S. Cohen NAGA, YAKSINI, BUDDHA: LOCAL DEITIES AND LOCAL BUDDHISM AT AJANTA INTRODUCTION: AN ELECTRONIC...

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Orality, Writing, and Authority in South Asian Buddhism: Visionary Literature and the Struggle for Legitimacy in the Mahayana

Vol.37,
No.3,
(1998),
pp 249-274

David McMahan ORALITY, WRITING, AND AUTHORITY IN SOUTH ASIAN BUDDHISM: VISIONARY LITERATURE AND THE STRUGGLE FOR...

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Ritual Topography: Embodiment and Vertical Space in Buddhist Monastic Practice

Vol.36,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 244-264

Eric Reinders RITUAL TOPOGRAPHY: EMBODIMENT AND VERTICAL SPACE IN BUDDHIST MONASTIC PRACTICE Of old, there was a mynah...

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Buddhist Just Rule and Burmese National Culture: State Patronage of the Chinese Tooth Relic in Myanma

Vol.36,
No.3,
(1997),
pp 218-243

Juliane Schober BUDDHIST JUST RULE AND BURMESE NATIONAL CULTURE: STATE PATRONAGE OF THE CHINESE TOOTH RELIC IN MYANMA...

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Buddhism and Popular Ritual in Mongolian Religion: A Reexamination of the Fire Cult

Vol.36,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 112-139

Christopher P. Atwood BUDDHISM AND POPULAR RITUAL IN MONGOLIAN RELIGION: A REEXAMINATION OF THE FIRE CULT Anyone who...

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The Logic of Legitimation in the Tibetan Treasure Tradition

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 97-134

Janet Gyatso THE LOGIC OF LEGITIMATION IN THE TIBETAN TREASURE TRADITION Coinciding approximately with the close of the...

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A Voice from the Silence: The Buddha's Mother's Story

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 358-379

Jonathan S. Walters A V 0ICE FROM THE SILENCE: THE BUDDHA'S MOTHER'S STORY In this essay I explore a set of...

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Weaving the World: The Ritual Art of the "Pata" in Pala Buddhism and Its Legacy in Tibet

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 241-262

Matthew Kapstein WEAVING THE WORLD: THE RITUAL ART OF THE PATA IN PALA BUDDHISM AND ITS LEGACY IN TIBET I Perhaps you...

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Human Agency and Divine Power: Transforming Images and Recreating Gods among the Newar

Vol.34,
No.3,
(History of Religions),
pp 201-240

Bruce McCoy Owens HUMAN AGENCY AND DIVINE POWER: TRANSFORMING IMAGES AND RECREATING GODS AMONG THE NEWAR During the...

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Hypostasizing the Buddha: Buddha Image Consecration in Northern Thailand

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 263-280

Donald K. Swearer HYPOSTASIZING THE BUDDHA: BUDDHA IMAGE CONSECRATION IN NORTHERN THAILAND PROLEGOMENA "In ancient...

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Buddhist Pilgrim/Buddhist Exile: Old and New Images of Retired Emperor Kazan in the Saigoku Kannon Temple Guidebooks

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 303-328

Mark Mac Williams BUDDHIST PILGRIM/ BUDDHIST EXILE: OLD AND NEW IMAGES OF RETIRED EMPEROR KAZAN IN THE SAIGOKU KANNON...

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Speech Acts and Kings' Edicts: Vedic Words and Rulership in Taxonomical Perspective

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 329-350

Laurie L. Patron SPEECH ACTS AND KINGS' EDICTS: VEDIC I WORDS AND , RULERSHIP IN TAXONOMICAL I PERSPECTIVE In a...

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Buddhist Responses to Manichaeism: Mahayana Reaffirmation of the "Middle Path"?

Vol.35,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 148-162

David Scott BUDDHIST RESPONSES TO MANICHAEISM: MAHAYANA REAFFIRMATION OF THE "MIDDLE PATH"? From all of the...

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Upside down/Right Side up: A Revisionist History of Buddhist Funerals in China

Vol.35,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 307-338

Alan Cole UPSIDE DOWN/ RIGHT SIDE UP: A REVISIONIST HISTORY OF BUDDHIST FUNERALS IN CHINA It is a curious fact really....

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Buddhism and Popular Ritual in Mongolian Religion: A Reexamination of the Fire Cult

Vol.36,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 112-139

Christopher P. Atwood BUDDHISM AND POPULAR RITUAL IN MONGOLIAN RELIGION: A REEXAMINATION OF THE FIRE CULT Anyone who...

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The Logic of Legitimation in the Tibetan Treasure Tradition

Vol.33,
No.2,
(1993),
pp 97-134

Janet Gyatso THE LOGIC OF LEGITIMATION IN THE TIBETAN TREASURE TRADITION Coinciding approximately with the close of the...

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A Voice from the Silence: The Buddha's Mother's Story

Vol.33,
No.4,
(1994),
pp 358-379

Jonathan S. Walters A V 0ICE FROM THE SILENCE: THE BUDDHA'S MOTHER'S STORY In this essay I explore a set of...

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Weaving the World: The Ritual Art of the "Pata" in Pala Buddhism and Its Legacy in Tibet

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 241-262

Matthew Kapstein WEAVING THE WORLD: THE RITUAL ART OF THE PATA IN PALA BUDDHISM AND ITS LEGACY IN TIBET I Perhaps you...

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Human Agency and Divine Power: Transforming Images and Recreating Gods among the Newar

Vol.34,
No.3,
(History of Religions),
pp 201-240

Bruce McCoy Owens HUMAN AGENCY AND DIVINE POWER: TRANSFORMING IMAGES AND RECREATING GODS AMONG THE NEWAR During the...

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Hypostasizing the Buddha: Buddha Image Consecration in Northern Thailand

Vol.34,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 263-280

Donald K. Swearer HYPOSTASIZING THE BUDDHA: BUDDHA IMAGE CONSECRATION IN NORTHERN THAILAND PROLEGOMENA "In ancient...

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Buddhist Pilgrim/Buddhist Exile: Old and New Images of Retired Emperor Kazan in the Saigoku Kannon Temple Guidebooks

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 303-328

Mark Mac Williams BUDDHIST PILGRIM/ BUDDHIST EXILE: OLD AND NEW IMAGES OF RETIRED EMPEROR KAZAN IN THE SAIGOKU KANNON...

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Speech Acts and Kings' Edicts: Vedic Words and Rulership in Taxonomical Perspective

Vol.34,
No.4,
(1995),
pp 329-350

Laurie L. Patron SPEECH ACTS AND KINGS' EDICTS: VEDIC I WORDS AND , RULERSHIP IN TAXONOMICAL I PERSPECTIVE In a...

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Buddhist Responses to Manichaeism: Mahayana Reaffirmation of the "Middle Path"?

Vol.35,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 148-162

David Scott BUDDHIST RESPONSES TO MANICHAEISM: MAHAYANA REAFFIRMATION OF THE "MIDDLE PATH"? From all of the...

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Upside down/Right Side up: A Revisionist History of Buddhist Funerals in China

Vol.35,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 307-338

Alan Cole UPSIDE DOWN/ RIGHT SIDE UP: A REVISIONIST HISTORY OF BUDDHIST FUNERALS IN CHINA It is a curious fact really....

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Buddhism and Popular Ritual in Mongolian Religion: A Reexamination of the Fire Cult

Vol.36,
No.2,
(1996),
pp 112-139

Christopher P. Atwood BUDDHISM AND POPULAR RITUAL IN MONGOLIAN RELIGION: A REEXAMINATION OF THE FIRE CULT Anyone who...

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