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Neither Monk nor Layman: Clerical Marriage in Modern Japanese Buddhism
Buddhism comes in many forms, but in Japan it stands apart from all the rest in one most striking way--the monks get married. In "Neither Monk nor Layman," the most comprehensive study of this topicExpand
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Seeking Sakyamuni: Travel and the Reconstruction of Japanese Buddhism
The reconstruction of Japanese Buddhism in Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Japan involved not only interchanges with Europe and the United States. A central but overlooked catalyst for change was increasedExpand
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Zen and Japanese culture
Preface IIGeneral Remarks on Japanese Art Culture IIIZen and the Study of Confucianism IVZen and the Samurai VZen and Swordsmanship I VIZen and Swordsmanship II VIIZen and Haiku VIIIZen and the ArtExpand
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Clonazepam withdrawal psychosis.
  • R. Jaffe, E. Gibson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of clinical psychopharmacology
  • 1 June 1986
Clonazepam Withdrawal Psychosis RICHARD JAFFE;EDWARD GIBSON; Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology
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QTc prolongation in multiple drug overdose.
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The Shin Sect of Buddhism
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Buddhist material culture, “indianism,” and the construction of pan-asian buddhism in prewar japan
ABSTRACT Late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Japanese Buddhism was marked by a wide-ranging fascination with Buddhist origins in India. This Indian turn in Japanese Buddhist circlesExpand
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Love and Power
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