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7 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism The Temple of Words: An Anthology of Modern Korean Buddhist …
The Temple of Words: An Anthology of Modern Korean Buddhist Poetry is a collection of one hundred and thirty-two Buddhist poems by fifteen poets, including Seon monks. This volume, which is composed of highly praised poetry in modern Korean literatur
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6 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism The Sun over the Sea of Enlightenment
The Sun over the Sea of Enlightenment is one of the influential works by Baek Yongseong 白龍 城 (1864–1940), the prominent Buddhist monk who revived Seon Buddhism and led the New Buddhism movement. This work offers an organized explanation of essential
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5 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism Sheaves of Korean Buddhist History
Sheaves of Korean Buddhist History, a brief history of Korean Buddhism, is one of the representative works on Korean Buddhism in the modern period. The author Gim Yeongsu was a scholar-monk, who was well known for his influential research on the syst
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4 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism The Gyeongheo Collection
The Gyeongheo Collection is a collection of dharma talks and other literary works by Gyeongheo Seong’u 鏡虛惺牛(1849/1857–1912), one of the representative Korean Seon masters of modern times. Gyeongheo was tonsured at the age of nine, and he studied Budd
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3 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism A Collection of Modern Korean Buddhist Discourses
A Collection of Modern Korean Buddhist Discourses consists of twelve articles which were carefully selected from Buddhist journals of the modern period. These articles critically discuss the past and the present of Korean Buddhism and offer the prosp
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2 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism Tracts on the Modern Reformation of Korean Buddhism
Tracts on the Modern Reformation of Korean Buddhism consists of four selected works by three writers: Han Yongun’s 韓龍雲 (1879–1944) Treatise on the Restoration of Korean Buddhism (1913) and “Reform Proposals for Korean Buddhism” (1931); Gwon Sangro’s
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1 Collected Works of Korean Buddhism Harmonizing the Hundred Teachings
Harmonizing the Hundred Teachings shows us the way in which religions were understood during the modern times in Korea. In this book, Yi Neunghwa attempts to demonstrate the superiority of Buddhism by comparing it to eleven other religions. Yi Neungh
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