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2010 Workshop rounded off!

2010 Workshop rounded off!

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Indian Buddhist Thought in 6th-7th Century China International Workshop 2010
Date: 2010/03/27-28
Venue: Taipei & Yilan, Taiwan

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Project Leader:

Chen-kuo Lin 桀 (Chengchi University, Taiwan)

Participants:
1, Yoke Meei Choong 摰 慦 (Fo Guang University, Taiwan)
2, Junjie Chu 銴 靽 (University of Leipzig, Germany)
3, Toru Funayama 孵控 敺 (Kyoto University, Japan)
4, Chien-hsing Ho 雿 撱箄 (Nanhua University, Taiwan)
5, Hans-Rudolf Kantor 摨瑞 (Huafan University, Taiwan)
6, Shoryu Katsura 獢 蝝寥 (Ryukoku University, Japan)
7, Ching Keng (National Chengchi, Taiwan)
8, Dan Lusthaus (Harvard University, USA)
9, John McRae (Stanford University, USA)
10, Charles Muller (University of Tokyo, Japan)
11, Jan Nattier (Soka University, Japan)
12, Michael Radich (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
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1. The Early Reception of Pram廜a Theory in China
Chair: Nattier, Jan
Funayama, Toru: Chinese Translations of Pratyak廜ζ
Lin, Chen-kuo: Buddhist Epistemology in Sixth-Century China: A Study and Annotated Translation of Jingying Huiyuan (523-592)'s Essay on Three Measurements of Cognition
Katsura, Shoryu: Indian Logic and Metaphysics Found in Kuiji's Cheng weishilun shuji (航隢餈啗) -- A Preliminary Report on His Knowledge of the S廜khya System


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2. The Transmission of Indian Buddhism to China
Chair: Funayama, Toru
Nattier, Jan: From An Shigao to Xuanzang: Toward a History of "Translation Policies" in Buddhist Chinese
Choong, Yoke Meei: No-self and Emptiness: Their Roles in Kuiji's Exegesis on the Vajracchedik
Lusthaus, Dan: Buddhist Logic Comes to East Asia: Wnhyo's Pan Biliang lun (斗隢)




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3. Issues in Buddhist Epistemology and Philosophy of Language
Chair: Katsura, Shoryu
Chu, Junjie: The Yogcra Thesis of Mental Awareness Accompanying Sensory Awareness
Ho, Chien-hsing: Jizang on the Nonduality of Speech and Silence


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4. Yogcra in China
Chair: Liu, Kuo-wei
Kantor, Hans-Rudolf: The Transformation of Indian Yogcra Thought and the Formation of Early Chinese Buddhist Schools
Radich, Michael: Sources of Paramartha's concept of *amalavijnana
Keng, Ching: A Preliminary Re-examination of the Relation between the Awakening of Faith and the Dilun Thought: the Works of Huiyuan (523-592 CE) as a Specimen

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5. The Aftermath and the Legacy
Chair: Huang, Yi-hsun
Muller, Charles: Wonhyo's Interpretation and Application of Indian Buddhist Paradigms in His Resolution of Doctrinal Discrepancies (hwajaeng隢)
McRae, John R.: Indo-immunity -- The resistance of Chinese Ch獺n to recent/contemporaneous innovations based on Indian Buddhism

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