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Assimilation of Buddhism in Korea: Religious Maturity and Innovation in the Silla Dynasty

Editor: Lewis R. Lancaster, Chai-Shin Yu
Author: , , , ,
Publisher: , 1991.
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The unified Silla dynasty period (669-935 AD) that followed the Three Kingdom period in Korea was a time when Buddhism was being assimilated into the Korean culture and taking on certain aspects not borrowed from China. Buddhist specialists will be interested to see the ways in which the various schools were being adopted and changed in this time period.

Contents

List of Abbreviations
Preface
Buddhism in the Unified Silla Period – by Ahn Kye-hyon
Wonhyo’s Philosophical Thought – by Pak Chong-hong
The Yogacara-Vijnaptimatrata Studies of Silla Monks – by Oh Hyung-keun
Characteristics of Pure Land Buddhism of Silla – by Minamoto Hiroyuki
Introduction of Ch’an (K. San) in the Later Silla – by Ko Ik-chin
Glossary
Bibliography
Index

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