Bodhidharma as Textual and Religious Paradigm

  title={Bodhidharma as Textual and Religious Paradigm},
  author={Bernard R. Faure},
  journal={History of Religions},
  pages={187 - 198}
  • B. Faure
  • Published 1 February 1986
  • Philosophy
  • History of Religions
22 Citations
Master Questions, Student Questions, and Genuine Questions: A Performative Analysis of Questions in Chan Encounter Dialogues
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The Rule of Marginality : Hypothesizing the Transmission of the Mengshan Rite for Feeding the Hungry Ghosts in Late Imperial China
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Inventing Chinese Buddhas: Identity, Authority, and Liberation in Song-Dynasty Chan Buddhism
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Zen, Mathematics, and Rāmānujan: Uncommon Links
For centuries, religion has been the main impulse for moral and humanistic advancement, and ever since the rise of the Scientific Revolution (from 1543, the year Copernicus published De revolutioni
Portrayals of Chan Buddhism in the Literature of Internal Alchemy
Abstract:Chan 禪 Buddhism’s rise to popularity in the Song dynasty produced far-reaching effects within Chinese religious culture. This paper examines the ways in which doctrinal, literary, and
The Figure of Baozhi (418-524): A Model for the Buddhist Historiography of the Koryŏ Dynasty?
The present paper represents the first step of an appraisal of the influence, in the Korean historiographic tradition, of the archetypal model of Baozhi as a textual and religious paradigm. It shows