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Zen
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Enso - Tigaman han hinapon nga zen Budhismo
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An Zen in usa nga eskwelahan han Mahayana nga Budhismo, nga ginpadukwag ha Tsina han ika-9 nga gatostuig komo Chán. Tikang ha Tsina, an Zen in kinmalat pasalatan ngadto ha Vietnam, paamihanan-sinirangan pakadto ha Korea ngan pasinirangan pakadto ha Hapon.[1] Ini ginhubad tikang ha pinulongan Tsino nga Chan. An Chan kinuha ha sinanskrit nga Dhyāna kasirigngon meditasyon.

Pinanbasaran[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

  1. Harvey 1995, p. 159–169.

Mga pagkukuhaan[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Naimantala nga pagkukuhaan[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Mga pagkukuhaan ha Web[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Padugang nga barasahon[igliwat | igliwat an pinagtikangan]

Moderno nga klasika
Sowing the seed

  • D.T. Suzuki, Essays in Zen Buddhism, First Series (1927), Second Series (1933), Third Series (1934)
  • R. H. Blyth, Zen and Zen Classics, 5 volumes (1960–1970; reprints of works from 1942 into 1960's)
  • Alan Watts, The Way of Zen (1957)
  • Lu K'uan Yu (Charles Luk), Ch'an and Zen Teachings, 3 vols (1960, 1971, 1974), The Transmission of the Mind: Outside the Teaching (1974)

Growing roots

Classic historiography

  • Dumoulin, Heinrich (2005), Zen Buddhism: A History. Volume 1: India and China. World Wisdom Books. ISBN 978-0-941532-89-1
  • Dumoulin, Heinrich (2005), Zen Buddhism: A History. Volume 2: Japan. World Wisdom Books. ISBN 978-0-941532-90-7

Critical historiography
Overview

Formation of Chán in Tang & Song China

  • Mcrae, John (2003), Seeing through Zen. Encounter, Transformation, and Genealogy in Chinese Chan Buddhism. The University Press Group Ltd . ISBN 978-0-520-23798-8
  • Welter, Albert (2000), Mahakasyapa's smile. Silent Transmission and the Kung-an (Koan) Tradition. In: Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright (eds)(2000): "The Koan. Texts and Contexts in Zen Buddhism, Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Schlütter, Morten (2008), How Zen became Zen. The Dispute over Enlightenment and the Formation of Chan Buddhism in Song-Dynasty China, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, ISBN 978-0-8248-3508-8

Japan

Modern times

Orientalism and east-west interchange

Contemporary practice

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