Original Series (1921-1958) Index

 

Volume-no. Year Author
[ Translator ]
[ Reviewer ]
Title Category Page no.
OS01-1 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomized. Part One Translation 1-12
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Purifer and Liberator of Life Article 13-37
    Gesshō Sasaki Philosophyical Foundations of the Shin Sect   38-46
    Chizen Akanuma The Buddha   47-60
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki What is Mahāyāna Buddhism?   61-69
    Shūgaku Yamabe "Wasan" or Buddhist Hymns   70-79
      Organisation of the Eastern Buddhist Society: Publication of The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 80-85
      The 1300th Anniversary of Prince Shōtoku: The 1100th Anniversary of Dengyō Daisi:
The Septenary Celebration of Nichiren: Controversy over the authorship of the Awakening of Faith in the Mahāyāna: Kwannon Bosatsu of Yumedono
Notes 86-90
      Some of the Important Buddhist Books Recently Published in Japan (Bukkyō Daijiten by Tokunō Oda:
Bukkyō Daijii by the Nishi Hongwanji: Meijishū by Otto Rosenberg: Zenshū Jiten by Kodo Yamada: etc.)
Book Review 91-94
OS01-2 1921 Senshō Murakami Mahāyāna Buddism Article 95-108
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddha in Mahāyāna Buddhism   109-122
    Shūgaku Yamabe Amida as Saviour of the Soul   123-130
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Bodhisattvas   131-139
    L. Adams Beck Shinran, Founder of the Shin Sect   140-146
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomised. Part Two Translation 147-155
      Not Sectarian: The Object of The Eastern Buddhist: The Removal of the Edditional Office: New Interest Awakened in Buddhism: Apology for Delay Editorial 156-161
      Dr. Nanjyō's Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra: Dr. Tsuji on the History of Japanese Buddhism:
The Death of Rev. Horio, of the Jōdo Sect: Rev. Arai, of the Sōtō Zen : goes abroad:
Prof. Teramoto's translation of A History of Buddhism in Khotan: On The Japanese Buddhist Periodicals: The Eastern Branch of Hongwanji taking census:
Prof. Sasaki's departure for Europe: Contributors: A Letter from a Reader)
Notes and Correspondence 162-165
OS01-3 1921 Gesshō Sasaki What is the True Sect of the Pure Land? Article 167-179
    Chizen Akanuma The Buddha as Preacher   180-193
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Revelation of a New Truth in Zen Buddhism   194-228
    Beatrice Suzuki The New Buddhist Movement in Germany   229-232
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Notes on the Avataṃsaka Sūtra   233-236
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, Part Three Translation 237-242
      "One Germant, One Bowl" : The Mahāyāna View of Freedom Editorial 243-247
      Great Buddha from the Yun-kang Rock-carvings: A Branch School of Tōkō University in Korea: Prof. Akanuma on the Buddhism of the Āgamas Notes 248-252
OS01-4 1921 Kwoyen Ōtani The First Step towards the Realisation of World-Peace Article 253-258
    Sonyu Ōtani The Washington Conference from the Buddhist Point of View   259-264
    Shinkō Mochidzuki The Possibility of Permanent Peace   265-269
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Why do We Fright?   270-281
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, part Four Translation 282-290
      Why not a League of Religions? Editorial 291-294
      Professor M. Anesaki and a Zen Poem: Our Contributors Notes 295-299
      Bukkyō Bijutsu Kowa (Talks on Buddhist Art), by Gemmyō Ono: Shina Bukkyō Shisoshi (History of Buddhist Thought in China), by Yesho Tachibana Book Review 300-302
OS01-5&6 1922 Hakuju Uyi On the Development Of Buddhism in India Article 303-315
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Hōnen Shōnin and the Jōdo Ideal   316-336
    Shūgaku Yamabe The Way to the Land of Bliss   337-340
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Some Aspects of Zen Buddhism   341-365
    L. Adams Beck The Blessed One, A Story of the Buddha   366-386
      Concerning The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 387-390
      The International Buddhist Union: Shinran Revival: A Shingon Dictionary:
A Chinese Professor and the Shingon Sect: A New Edition of the Tripitaka:
Prof. Tokiwa's Trip to China: Buddhist Psalms: The Buddhist Dictionary: A Korean Buddhist Magazine: The Life of Hōnen in English: The Mahāyāna: Prof. Uyi
Notes 391-399
      A Letter from Captain J. E. Ellam, Secretary of the International Buddhist Union,
General Secretary of The Buddhist Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Editor of The Buddhist Review
Corrspondence 406-407
OS02-1&2 1923 Chizen Akanuma On the Triple Body of the Buddha Article 1-29
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Meditation Hall and Ideals of the Monkish Discipline   30-72
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: I. Tōfukuji   73-77
OS02-3&4 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Psychological School of Mahāyāna Buddhism Article 105-128
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Fudō the Immovable   129-153
    Gesshō Sasaki The Enlightened Mind of the Buddha and the Shin Sect   154-162
    Shaku Hannya The Prajñā-Pāramitā-Hṛdaya Sūtra   163-175
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Ten Cow-herding Pictures   176-195
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: II. Kiyomidzu-dera   196-204
OS02-5 1923 Kakunyo Shōnin (1270-1351), trans. by D.T.Suzuki The Life of Shinran Shōnin Translation 217-235
    Gesshō Sasaki The Religion of Shinran Shōnin Article 236-259
    Shūgaku Yamabe The Buddha and Shinran   260-277
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: III. Higashi Honganji, and the Funeral Ceremony of the Late Abbot of Higashi Hongwanji   278-284
    Kogetsu Mino Shinran Revival of the Last Year   285-291
OS02-6 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Chinese Interpretation of the Doctrine of Enlightenment Article 293-347
    Bruno Petzold Dengyō Daishi and German Theology   348-357
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation from the Chinese Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa) Translation 358-366
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IV. Chion-in Article 367-374
      The Eastern Buddhist: Buddhists and Hunting Editorial 375-377
      T. W. Rhys Davids: The Shinran Shōnin Celebration Notes 378-386
      Asvagosha's Awakening of Faith: Zen Poem: "The Buddha's Triple Body" Corrspondence 387-388
OS03-1 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Enlightenment and Ignorance Article 1-31
    Robert Cornell Armstrong The Doctrine of the Tendai Sect   32-54
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation) Translation 55-69
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Kōbō Daishi Article 70-75
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) Kyoto Temple Celebrations   76-79
      The Eathquake Disaster and the Publication of The Eastern Buddhist Editorial 80-82
      Prof. Sasaki's Work on Vasubandhu's Viṃśaka-Kārikā:
the Central Conception of Buddhism by Prof. Stcherbatsky: Prof. Kimura on Abhidharma Treatises: Buddhist Revival in China: etc.
Notes 83-91
OS03-2 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Sayings of a Modern Tariki Mystic Article 93-116
    Rudolf Otto, intro. and trans. by Prajna Professor Rudolf Otto on Zen Buddhsm   117-125
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temple of Kamakura, I.   126-137
    Hōkei Izumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 138-153
    William Stede A Deeper Aspect of the Present European Situation Article 154-157
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama   158-186
      Dr Tagore's second visit to Japan: Dr Hodous's work on Chinese Buddhism: Prof. Pratt's lecture in Peking:
Buddhism in China: A Kyoto Zen temple burned by incendiary: A new translation of the Smaller Sukhavatīvyūha Sūtra by Prof. Utsuki: etc.
Notes 187-193
OS03-3 1924 Gesshō Sasaki The Teaching of the Shin-shū and the Religious Life Article 195-205
    Ryōhon Kiba Buddhism and Moral World-order.   2O6-212
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki (trans. with preface) Zen Buddhism on Immortality: Extract from The Hekigan-shū (Hekigan-roku) Translation 213-223
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)   224-242
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temples of Kamakura, II. Nichiren and Kamakura Article 243-251
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Continued)   252-272
    Soyen Shaku, trans. by Seiren Poems by the Late Right Reverened Soyen Shaku, Abbot of Engakuji Translation 273-273
      Buddhist Activities in China: "Nai-hsiao" (Inner Learning): The True Buddhist Spirit: Epochs in Buddhist History Notes 274-284
OS03-4 1925 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Development of the Pure Land Doctrine in Buddhism. Article 285-326
    Bruno Petzold The Teaching of Śakyamuni.   327-335
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti' s Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 336-349
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Concluded) Article 350-375
      Buddhist Monuments in China (Shina Bukkyō Shiseki) by Profs. Tokiwa and Sekino:
Hōnen the Buddhist Saint by Prof. Ishidzuka and Dr. Coates: A Study of Shin Buddhism by Prof. Sasaki: etc.
Notes 376-394
OS04-1 1926 Beartrice Lane Suzuki " To Gesshō Sasaki" Obituary 75
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Secret Message of Bodhi-Dharma (or, The Content of Zen Buddhism) Article 1-26
    Robert Cornell Armstrong A Discussion of the Origin of Mahāyāna Buddhism   27-47
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 48-55
    Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (Prefatory Notes and Sanskrit - Chinese texts)   56-72
      The Late Professor Gesshō Sasaki Obituary 73-74
      Editorial Notes on the Study of Mahāyāna Buddhism: Mr. Dwight Goddards's "Vision of Christan and Buddhist Fellowship":
Dr. H. Solf's proposal to found a Mahāyāna Buddhist Institute: Dr. Rudolf Otto on The Eastern Buddhist: etc.
Notes 76-88
OS04-2 1927 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued) Translation 191-
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and Jōdo, Two types of Buddhist Experience Article 89-121
    James Bissett Pratt The Unity of Buddhism   122-144
    Taiye Kaneko The Buddhist Doctrine of Vicarious Suffering   145-161
    Kenneth Sauders The Quest of Historic Śākyamuni in Western Scholarship.   162-168
    Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (an English Translation with Notes) Translation 169-190
OS04-3&4 1927-28 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra, as a Mahāyāna Text in Especial Relation to the Teaching of Zen Buddhism Article 199-298
    Bruno Petzold The Chinese Tendai Teaching   299-347
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Conclueded) Translation 348-366
OS05-1 1929 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki An Introduction to the Study of the Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra Article 1-79
    Shizutoshi Sugihira A study in the Pure Land Doctorine, as Interpreted by Shōkū, the Founder of the Seizan Branch of the Pure Land Sect (Jōdo-shū)   80-101
    Bunyū Nanjō and Hōkei Idumi (eds.) The Suvarnaprabhāsa Sūtra, Sanskrit Text (pp.1-16) with Introductory Note Sanskrit Text 102-120
      Buddhism by Paul Dahlke: What is Buddhism? compiled by Buddhist lodge, London:
Was Jesus Influenced by Buddhism? by Dwight Goddard: The Buddhist Annual of Ceylon: The Gospel of Buddha (New edition) by Paul Carus
Book Review 121-125
      Concerning Kumarajīva's translation of the Daśa-ādhyāna-vinaya-bhikṣnī-pratimokṣa: 1400th anniversary of Bodhidharma celebrated Notes 125-128
OS05-2&3 1930   The Burnett Animal Mercy Shelter at Kamakura, etc. Notes 284-
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Passivity in the Buddhist Life Article 129-199
    Gemmyō Ono On the Pure Land Doctrine of T'zu-min   200-210
    L. Adams Beck Milarepa   211-225
    Hōkei Idumi The Hymn on the Life and Vows of Samantabhadra, With the Sanskrit Text, Bhadracarīpraṇidhāna Translation 226-247
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Temple of Kamakura, III Article 248-261
      Vedanta and Modern Thought by W. S. Urquhart: The Land of the Lama by David Macdonald: 
The Gospel for Asia by Kenneth Saunders: The Doctrine of the Buddha by George Grimm: 
Pilgrimage of Buddhism by James Bissett Pratt: Gods of Northern Buddhism by Alice Getty: Tradition and Truth in Chinese Buddhism by Karl Ludwig Reichelt: etc.
Book Review 262-283
OS05-4 1931 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism. part I Article 291-311
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Poems by Kōbō Daishi Translation 312-313
    Shoken Akizuki Anjin in Shingon Article 314-317
    Shūgaku Yamabe Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture   318-323
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki What is Zen?   324-334
    Johannes Rahder and Shinryu Susa The Gāthas of the Daśabhūmika-Sūtra. Part I Sanskrit Text 335-359
    Seiren In Buddhist Temples, V. Kōyasan Article 360-368
OS06-1 1932 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki   Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhism, or the Bodhisattva-ideal and the Śrāvaka-ideal, as Distinguished in the Opening Chapter of the Gandavyūha Article 1-22
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Pure Land Doctrine as Illustrated in the "Plain-wood" Nembutsu by Shōkū   23-39
    Shinryu Susa and Johannes Rahder The Gātha Portion of the Daśabhūmika (Concluded) Sanskrit Text 51-84
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples, VI. Myōshinji. With Illustration Article 85-91
    Rhys Davids The Idea and the Man: A Comment on Prof. Shūgaku Yamabe's Article on "Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture" Corrspondence 92-98
    Shūgaku Yamabe A Rejoinder   99-102
      The Buddha's Golden Path by Dwight Goddard: Aspects of Mahāyāna Buddhism and its Relation to Hīnayana by Nalinksha Dutt: etc. Book Review 103-104
      The Recovery of a Lost Manuscript on the History of Zen Buddhism in China Notes 107-110
OS06-2 1933 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhist, Especially Zen contribution, to Japanese Culture Article 111-138
    Bruno Petzold Triyāna Versus Ekayāna: The Three Vehicles in Conflict with the One Vehicle   139-156
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Ceremonies for Lay Disciples at Kōya-San:
I. The Bosatsukai; II. The Ango
  157-175
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: VII. Nanzenji, VIII. Ginkakuji   176-188
      Bishop Imamura, of Honolulu: Dr. Kaikyoku Watanabe: Zen Hospice: Magazines and Books Received Notes 189-198
OS06-3 1934 Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Introduction and Chapter One Article 199-246
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachutung uNber den Ursprung und Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part I   247-278
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki An Outline of the Avataṃsaka Sūtra (Kegongyō)   279-286
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Teaching of Ippen Shōnin (1239-1289)   287-300
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Gensha on Three Invalids (from Hekigan-roku) Translation 301-308
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IX. Kyōōgokokuji (Tōji) Article 309-316
      On the Revival of Japanese Buddhism Editorial 317-318
OS06-4 1935 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Impressions of Chinese Buddhism Article 327-378
    Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter Two and Three   379-431
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part II   432-477
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: X. Honkokuji; XI. Honnōji   478-486
      The Second Conference of the Pan-Pacific Young Buddhists' Federation: 2500 Anniversary of the Buddha's Birth:
Formation of International Buddhist Society: The Nippon Buddhist Research Association: etc.
Notes 487-493
OS07-1 1936 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: I. The Taizōkai. Illustrated Article 1-38
    L. De Hoyer Meditations on Plato and Buddha   39-64
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and the Japanese Love of Nature   65-113
      Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrine or Seven Books of Wisdom of the Great Path by W. Y. Evans-Wents:
A Buddhist Bibliography compiled by A. C. March: Concentration and Meditation compiled by The Buddhist Lodge, London: etc.
Book Review 114-122
      Sir Charles Eliot: Manshi Kiyozawa: Items of Buddhist News Notes 123-130
    Teresina Rowell The background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter IV, with Appendices and Bibiography (Concluded) Article 132-176
OS07-2 1937 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: The Taizōkai (Concluded) Illustrated Article 177-213
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeuturg des "Chinjen" (Concluded)   214-226
OS07-3&4 1939 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Shin Sect of Buddhism Article 227-284
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Songs of Shinran Shōnin Translation 285-295
    Kenshō Yokogawa Shin Buddhism as the Religion of Hearing Article 296-341
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Nembutsu in Buddhism   342-362
    Kakunyo Shōnin The Shūji-shō Translation 363-375
OS08-1 1949 Shizutoshi Sugihira Rennyo Shōnin, the Great Teacher of Shin Buddhism Article 5-35
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhism and Education   36-45
OS08-2 1951 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Myōkōnin Article 1-21
    Daiei Kaneko Shin Religion as I believe it   22-42
    Kenryō Kanamatsu Goodness and Naturalness   43-57
OS08-3 1957 Shunjyō Nogami A Study of Translatorship of the Wu-liang-shou-ching Article 1-9
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching Translation 10-27
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Pure Land Document of the Truthful Doctrine, Work, and Attainmment   28-42
    Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori A Discussion between One and Zero Dialogue 43-49
OS08-4 1958 Enichi Ōchō Tao-an on Translation Article 1-7
    Kyōgo Sasaki A Note on the Study of the Ta-t'ang Hsi-yuN-chi   8-9
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching (Continued) Translation 10-17
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Kyō-gyō-shin-shō Monrui (Continued)   18-34
    Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori
A Discussion between One and Zero (Continued) Dialogue 35-40
 

 
Vol Year Author
Title
OS01-1 1921 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomized. Part One
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Purifer and Liberator of Life
    Gesshō Sasaki Philosophyical Foundations of the Shin Sect
    Chizen Akanuma The Buddha
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki What is Mahāyāna Buddhism?
    Shūgaku Yamabe "Wasan" or Buddhist Hymns
      Organisation of the Eastern Buddhist Society: Publication of The Eastern Buddhist
      The 1300th Anniversary of Prince Shōtoku: The 1100th Anniversary of Dengyō Daisi:
The Septenary Celebration of Nichiren: Controversy over the authorship of the Awakening of Faith in the Mahāyāna: Kwannon Bosatsu of Yumedono
      Some of the Important Buddhist Books Recently Published in Japan (Bukkyō Daijiten by Tokunō Oda:
Bukkyō Daijii by the Nishi Hongwanji: Meijishū by Otto Rosenberg: Zenshū Jiten by Kodo Yamada: etc.)
OS01-2 1921 Senshō Murakami Mahāyāna Buddism
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddha in Mahāyāna Buddhism
    Shūgaku Yamabe Amida as Saviour of the Soul
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Bodhisattvas
    L. Adams Beck Shinran, Founder of the Shin Sect
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, epitomised. Part Two
      Not Sectarian: The Object of The Eastern Buddhist: The Removal of the Edditional Office: New Interest Awakened in Buddhism: Apology for Delay
      Dr. Nanjyō's Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra: Dr. Tsuji on the History of Japanese Buddhism:
The Death of Rev. Horio, of the Jōdo Sect: Rev. Arai, of the Sōtō Zen : goes abroad:
Prof. Teramoto's translation of A History of Buddhism in Khotan: On The Japanese Buddhist Periodicals: The Eastern Branch of Hongwanji taking census:
Prof. Sasaki's departure for Europe: Contributors: A Letter from a Reader)
OS01-3 1921 Gesshō Sasaki What is the True Sect of the Pure Land?
    Chizen Akanuma The Buddha as Preacher
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Revelation of a New Truth in Zen Buddhism
    Beatrice Suzuki The New Buddhist Movement in Germany
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Notes on the Avataṃsaka Sūtra
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, Part Three
      "One Germant, One Bowl" : The Mahāyāna View of Freedom
      Great Buddha from the Yun-kang Rock-carvings: A Branch School of Tōkō University in Korea: Prof. Akanuma on the Buddhism of the Āgamas
OS01-4 1921 Kwoyen Ōtani The First Step towards the Realisation of World-Peace
    Sonyu Ōtani The Washington Conference from the Buddhist Point of View
    Shinkō Mochidzuki The Possibility of Permanent Peace
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Why do We Fright?
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Avataṃsaka Sūtra, Epitomised, part Four
      Why not a League of Religions?
      Professor M. Anesaki and a Zen Poem: Our Contributors
      Bukkyō Bijutsu Kowa (Talks on Buddhist Art), by Gemmyō Ono: Shina Bukkyō Shisoshi (History of Buddhist Thought in China), by Yesho Tachibana
OS01-5&6 1922 Hakuju Uyi On the Development Of Buddhism in India
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Hōnen Shōnin and the Jōdo Ideal
    Shūgaku Yamabe The Way to the Land of Bliss
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Some Aspects of Zen Buddhism
    L. Adams Beck The Blessed One, A Story of the Buddha
      Concerning The Eastern Buddhist
      The International Buddhist Union: Shinran Revival: A Shingon Dictionary:
A Chinese Professor and the Shingon Sect: A New Edition of the Tripitaka:
Prof. Tokiwa's Trip to China: Buddhist Psalms: The Buddhist Dictionary: A Korean Buddhist Magazine: The Life of Hōnen in English: The Mahāyāna: Prof. Uyi
      A Letter from Captain J. E. Ellam, Secretary of the International Buddhist Union,
General Secretary of The Buddhist Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Editor of The Buddhist Review
OS02-1&2 1923 Chizen Akanuma On the Triple Body of the Buddha
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Meditation Hall and Ideals of the Monkish Discipline
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: I. Tōfukuji
OS02-3&4 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Psychological School of Mahāyāna Buddhism
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Fudō the Immovable
    Gesshō Sasaki The Enlightened Mind of the Buddha and the Shin Sect
    Shaku Hannya The Prajñā-Pāramitā-Hṛdaya Sūtra
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Ten Cow-herding Pictures
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: II. Kiyomidzu-dera
OS02-5 1923 Kakunyo Shōnin (1270-1351), trans. by D.T.Suzuki The Life of Shinran Shōnin
    Gesshō Sasaki The Religion of Shinran Shōnin
    Shūgaku Yamabe The Buddha and Shinran
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: III. Higashi Honganji, and the Funeral Ceremony of the Late Abbot of Higashi Hongwanji
    Kogetsu Mino Shinran Revival of the Last Year
OS02-6 1923 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen Buddhism as Chinese Interpretation of the Doctrine of Enlightenment
    Bruno Petzold Dengyō Daishi and German Theology
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation from the Chinese Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa)
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IV. Chion-in
      The Eastern Buddhist: Buddhists and Hunting
      T. W. Rhys Davids: The Shinran Shōnin Celebration
      Asvagosha's Awakening of Faith: Zen Poem: "The Buddha's Triple Body"
OS03-1 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Enlightenment and Ignorance
    Robert Cornell Armstrong The Doctrine of the Tendai Sect
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Translation)
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Kōbō Daishi
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) Kyoto Temple Celebrations
      The Eathquake Disaster and the Publication of The Eastern Buddhist
      Prof. Sasaki's Work on Vasubandhu's Viṃśaka-Kārikā:
the Central Conception of Buddhism by Prof. Stcherbatsky: Prof. Kimura on Abhidharma Treatises: Buddhist Revival in China: etc.
OS03-2 1924 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Sayings of a Modern Tariki Mystic
    Rudolf Otto, intro. and trans. by Prajna Professor Rudolf Otto on Zen Buddhsm
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temple of Kamakura, I.
    Hōkei Izumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)
    William Stede A Deeper Aspect of the Present European Situation
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama
      Dr Tagore's second visit to Japan: Dr Hodous's work on Chinese Buddhism: Prof. Pratt's lecture in Peking:
Buddhism in China: A Kyoto Zen temple burned by incendiary: A new translation of the Smaller Sukhavatīvyūha Sūtra by Prof. Utsuki: etc.
OS03-3 1924 Gesshō Sasaki The Teaching of the Shin-shū and the Religious Life
    Ryōhon Kiba Buddhism and Moral World-order.
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki (trans. with preface) Zen Buddhism on Immortality: Extract from The Hekigan-shū (Hekigan-roku)
    Hōkei Idumi (trans.) Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Ruined Temples of Kamakura, II. Nichiren and Kamakura
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Continued)
    Soyen Shaku, trans. by Seiren Poems by the Late Right Reverened Soyen Shaku, Abbot of Engakuji
      Buddhist Activities in China: "Nai-hsiao" (Inner Learning): The True Buddhist Spirit: Epochs in Buddhist History
OS03-4 1925 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Development of the Pure Land Doctrine in Buddhism.
    Bruno Petzold The Teaching of Śakyamuni.
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti' s Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)
    Chizen Akanuma A Comparative Index to the Saṃyutta-Nikāya and the Saṃyukta-Āgama(Concluded)
      Buddhist Monuments in China (Shina Bukkyō Shiseki) by Profs. Tokiwa and Sekino:
Hōnen the Buddhist Saint by Prof. Ishidzuka and Dr. Coates: A Study of Shin Buddhism by Prof. Sasaki: etc.
OS04-1 1926 Beartrice Lane Suzuki " To Gesshō Sasaki"
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Secret Message of Bodhi-Dharma (or, The Content of Zen Buddhism)
    Robert Cornell Armstrong A Discussion of the Origin of Mahāyāna Buddhism
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)
    Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (Prefatory Notes and Sanskrit - Chinese texts)
      The Late Professor Gesshō Sasaki
      Editorial Notes on the Study of Mahāyāna Buddhism: Mr. Dwight Goddards's "Vision of Christan and Buddhist Fellowship":
Dr. H. Solf's proposal to found a Mahāyāna Buddhist Institute: Dr. Rudolf Otto on The Eastern Buddhist: etc.
OS04-2 1927 Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Continued)
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and Jōdo, Two types of Buddhist Experience
    James Bissett Pratt The Unity of Buddhism
    Taiye Kaneko The Buddhist Doctrine of Vicarious Suffering
    Kenneth Sauders The Quest of Historic Śākyamuni in Western Scholarship.
    Susumu Yamaguchi Nāgārjuna's Mahāyāna-viṁśaka (an English Translation with Notes)
OS04-3&4 1927-28 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra, as a Mahāyāna Text in Especial Relation to the Teaching of Zen Buddhism
    Bruno Petzold The Chinese Tendai Teaching
    Hōkei Idumi Vimalakīrti's Discourse on Emancipation (Conclueded)
OS05-1 1929 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki An Introduction to the Study of the Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra
    Shizutoshi Sugihira A study in the Pure Land Doctorine, as Interpreted by Shōkū, the Founder of the Seizan Branch of the Pure Land Sect (Jōdo-shū)
    Bunyū Nanjō and Hōkei Idumi (eds.) The Suvarnaprabhāsa Sūtra, Sanskrit Text (pp.1-16) with Introductory Note
      Buddhism by Paul Dahlke: What is Buddhism? compiled by Buddhist lodge, London:
Was Jesus Influenced by Buddhism? by Dwight Goddard: The Buddhist Annual of Ceylon: The Gospel of Buddha (New edition) by Paul Carus
      Concerning Kumarajīva's translation of the Daśa-ādhyāna-vinaya-bhikṣnī-pratimokṣa: 1400th anniversary of Bodhidharma celebrated
OS05-2&3 1930   The Burnett Animal Mercy Shelter at Kamakura, etc.
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Passivity in the Buddhist Life
    Gemmyō Ono On the Pure Land Doctrine of T'zu-min
    L. Adams Beck Milarepa
    Hōkei Idumi The Hymn on the Life and Vows of Samantabhadra, With the Sanskrit Text, Bhadracarīpraṇidhāna
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Temple of Kamakura, III
      Vedanta and Modern Thought by W. S. Urquhart: The Land of the Lama by David Macdonald: 
The Gospel for Asia by Kenneth Saunders: The Doctrine of the Buddha by George Grimm: 
Pilgrimage of Buddhism by James Bissett Pratt: Gods of Northern Buddhism by Alice Getty: Tradition and Truth in Chinese Buddhism by Karl Ludwig Reichelt: etc.
OS05-4 1931 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism. part I
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Poems by Kōbō Daishi
    Shoken Akizuki Anjin in Shingon
    Shūgaku Yamabe Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki What is Zen?
    Johannes Rahder and Shinryu Susa The Gāthas of the Daśabhūmika-Sūtra. Part I
    Seiren In Buddhist Temples, V. Kōyasan
OS06-1 1932 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki   Mahayana and Hinayana Buddhism, or the Bodhisattva-ideal and the Śrāvaka-ideal, as Distinguished in the Opening Chapter of the Gandavyūha
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Pure Land Doctrine as Illustrated in the "Plain-wood" Nembutsu by Shōkū
    Shinryu Susa and Johannes Rahder The Gātha Portion of the Daśabhūmika (Concluded)
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples, VI. Myōshinji. With Illustration
    Rhys Davids The Idea and the Man: A Comment on Prof. Shūgaku Yamabe's Article on "Mahāyāna Buddhism and Japanese Culture"
    Shūgaku Yamabe A Rejoinder
      The Buddha's Golden Path by Dwight Goddard: Aspects of Mahāyāna Buddhism and its Relation to Hīnayana by Nalinksha Dutt: etc.
      The Recovery of a Lost Manuscript on the History of Zen Buddhism in China
OS06-2 1933 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhist, Especially Zen contribution, to Japanese Culture
    Bruno Petzold Triyāna Versus Ekayāna: The Three Vehicles in Conflict with the One Vehicle
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki Ceremonies for Lay Disciples at Kōya-San:
I. The Bosatsukai; II. The Ango
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: VII. Nanzenji, VIII. Ginkakuji
      Bishop Imamura, of Honolulu: Dr. Kaikyoku Watanabe: Zen Hospice: Magazines and Books Received
OS06-3 1934 Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Introduction and Chapter One
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachutung uNber den Ursprung und Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part I
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki An Outline of the Avataṃsaka Sūtra (Kegongyō)
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Teaching of Ippen Shōnin (1239-1289)
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Gensha on Three Invalids (from Hekigan-roku)
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: IX. Kyōōgokokuji (Tōji)
      On the Revival of Japanese Buddhism
OS06-4 1935 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Impressions of Chinese Buddhism
    Teresina Rowell The Background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter Two and Three
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeutung des "Chinjen". Part II
    Seiren (Blue Lotus) In Buddhist Temples: X. Honkokuji; XI. Honnōji
      The Second Conference of the Pan-Pacific Young Buddhists' Federation: 2500 Anniversary of the Buddha's Birth:
Formation of International Buddhist Society: The Nippon Buddhist Research Association: etc.
OS07-1 1936 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: I. The Taizōkai. Illustrated
    L. De Hoyer Meditations on Plato and Buddha
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Zen and the Japanese Love of Nature
      Tibetan Yoga and Secret Doctrine or Seven Books of Wisdom of the Great Path by W. Y. Evans-Wents:
A Buddhist Bibliography compiled by A. C. March: Concentration and Meditation compiled by The Buddhist Lodge, London: etc.
      Sir Charles Eliot: Manshi Kiyozawa: Items of Buddhist News
    Teresina Rowell The background and Early Use of the Buddha-Kṣetra Concept. Chapter IV, with Appendices and Bibiography (Concluded)
OS07-2 1937 Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Shingon School of Mahāyāna Buddhism, Part II. The Mandara: The Taizōkai (Concluded) Illustrated
    Kaishun Ohashi Die Spuren des Buddhismus in China vor Kaiser Ming, nebst einer Betrachtung uber den Ursprung und die Bedeuturg des "Chinjen" (Concluded)
OS07-3&4 1939 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Shin Sect of Buddhism
    Beatrice Lane Suzuki The Songs of Shinran Shōnin
    Kenshō Yokogawa Shin Buddhism as the Religion of Hearing
    Shizutoshi Sugihira The Nembutsu in Buddhism
    Kakunyo Shōnin The Shūji-shō
OS08-1 1949 Shizutoshi Sugihira Rennyo Shōnin, the Great Teacher of Shin Buddhism
    Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki Buddhism and Education
OS08-2 1951 Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki The Myōkōnin
    Daiei Kaneko Shin Religion as I believe it
    Kenryō Kanamatsu Goodness and Naturalness
OS08-3 1957 Shunjyō Nogami A Study of Translatorship of the Wu-liang-shou-ching
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Pure Land Document of the Truthful Doctrine, Work, and Attainmment
    Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori A Discussion between One and Zero
OS08-4 1958 Enichi Ōchō Tao-an on Translation
    Kyōgo Sasaki A Note on the Study of the Ta-t'ang Hsi-yuN-chi
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Fu-shuo Wu-liang-shou-ching (Continued)
    (Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki) Kyō-gyō-shin-shō Monrui (Continued)
    Nanrei Sōhaku Kobori
A Discussion between One and Zero (Continued)

                                       
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