New Series (1965-2018) Index

  

Volume-no. Year Author
[ Translator ]
[ Reviewer ]
Title Category Page no.
NS01-1 1965   1921 and 1965 Editorial 1-4
    Daisetz T. Suzuki On The Hekigan Roku (“Blue Cliff Records”) Article 5-21
    Shin'ichi Hisamatsu Zen: Its Meaning for Modern Civilization   22-47
    Daiei Kaneko The Meaning of Salvation in the Doctrine of Pure Land Buddhism   48-63
    Ryōjin Soga Dharmākara Bodhisattva   64-78
    Keiji Nishitani Science and Zen   79-108
    Masao Abe Christianity and the Encounter of the World Religions Review Article 109-122
    D. T. Suzuki A Histry of Zen Buddhism by Heinrich Dumoulin Book Reviews 123-126
    Hiroshi Sakamoto Zen in Westlicher Sicht by Ernest Benz   126-132
    D.T.Suzuki,
Shojun Bando
Reginald Horace Blyth,1898-1964 Notes (Obituary) 133-139
    Shojun Bando John Ronald Brinkley,1887-1964   139-141
    Shojun Bando Ryusaku Tsunoda,1877-1964   141-142
NS01-2 1966 Keiji Nishitani The Awakening of Self in Buddhism Article 1-11
    Daisetz T. Suzuki The Hekigan Roku “Case Two” Translation 12-20
    Shin'ichi Hisamatsu On Zen Art Articles 21-33
    Susumu Yamaguchi The Concept of the Pure Land in Nāgārjuna's Doctrine   34-47
    Preliminary Remarks
by Keiji Nishitani
Martin Heidegger
Two Addresses: Ansprache zum Heimatabend and Über Abraham a Santa Clara   48-77
    Christmas Humphreys Some Observations on Zen Buddhism for the West Views and Reviews 78-83
    Teresina R. Haven Gotama's Early Psychological Experimentation   84-90
    Winston L. King East-West Religious Communication   91-110
    Shōjun Bandō  Japanese-English Buddhist Dictionary (Daitō Publishing Company 1965) Book Reviews 111-112
    Senryū Mano
(trans. by Yushu Ota)
Eon Kenkyū (Studies on Hui-Yüan), ed. by Eiichi Kimura   113-116
     Kōichi Tsujimura Die Gottesgeburt in der Seele und der Durchbruch zur Gottheit. Von Shizuteru Ueda   117-125
     Hajime Sakurabe Madhyāntavibhāga-Bhāṣa:
A Buddhist Philosophical Treatise Edited for the First Time from a Sanskrit Manuscript by Gajin M. Nagao
  125-126
    Hajime Sakurabe Sukhāvatīvyūha ed. by Atsuuji Ashikaga   126-127
    Masao Abe In Memory of Dr. Paul Tillich Notes 128-131
    Hajime Sakurabe A Brief Survey of Buddhist Studies in Post-War Japan   131-139
NS02-1 1967     Editorial 1-2
    Thomas Merton D. T. Suzuki: The Man and His Work   3-9
    Charles A. Moore Suzuki: The Man and the Scholar Articles 10-18
    Herbert Read Suzuki: Zen and Art   19-28
    Shin'ichi Hisamatsu Mondō: At the Death of a “Great-Death-Man”   29-34
    Hiroshi Sakamoto A Unique Interpreter of Zen   35-53
    Masao Abe Zen and Compassion   54-68
    Richard Demartino On My First Coming to Meet Dr. D. T. Suzuki   69-74
    Somei Tsuji The Man of Zen   75-76
    Zyoiti Suetuna In the Field of Kegon   77-81
    Paul J. Braisted Sensei and Friend   82-83
    Edward Conze A Personal Tribute   84-85
    Erich Fromm Memories of Dr. D. T. Suzuki   86-89
    Akihisa Kondō The Stone Bridge of Jōshū   90-98
    Sōhaku Kobori The Enlightened Thought   99-109
    Ernst Bentz In Memoriam   110-115
    Shōkin Furuta Daisetz T. Suzuki   116-123
    Alan Watts The “Mind-less” Scholar   124-127
    Charles Morris A Tribute   128-129
    Wilhelm Gundert A Sower of Seeds   130-136
    Shōjun Bandō D. T. Suzuki's Life in La Salle   137-146
    Ryōjin Soga n Memory of Dr. D. T. Suzuki Reminiscences 147-148
    Daiei Kaneko Reminiscences of D. T. Suzuki   148-150
    Huston Smith D. T. Suzuki: Some Memories   150-152
    Heinrich Dumoulin,
S. J.
Meetings with Daisetz Suzuki   153-156
    Zenkei Shibayama The Tark of the Flower   157-160
    Kōshō Ōtani In Memory of D. T. Suzuki   160-165
    Ryōichirō Narahara Suzuki, the Teacher   165-169
    Bernard Leach Suzuki Daisetz   169-170
    Karl Fredrik Almqvist In Memoriam   170-172
    Eva Van Hoboken The Smile   172-176
    John C. H. Wu My Reminiscences   177-183
    Jeannette Speiden Griggs Recollections 1950 to 1961   183-186
    Douglas V. Steere A Travel Letter   187-189
    Richard A. Gard To Dr. Daisetz Teitrō Suzuki   189-190
    Margaret J. Rioch Memories of Dr. Daisetz Suzuki   190-193
    Jikai Fujiyoshi Daisetz Suzuki and Shin'ichi Hisamatsu   193-197
    A. W. Sadler In Remembrance of D. T. Suzuki   198-200
    Lunsford P. Yandell Death: The Moon Sailing   200-207
      Chronology: D. T. Suzuki   208-215
      Bibliography: D. T. Suzuki   216-229
NS02-2 1969 Yūkei Matsunaga Tāntric Buddhism and Shingon Buddhism Articles 1-14
    Masao Abe God, Emptiness, and the True Self   15-30
    Harold L. Parsons The Value of Gautama Buddha for the Modern World   31-70
    Keiji Nishitani On the I-Thou Relation in Zen Buddhism   71-87
    N. A. Waddell A Selection from the Ts'ai Kên T'an (Vegetable-Root Discourses) Translation 88-98
    Kōshirō Tamaki An Evaluation of Dr. Suzuki Views and Reviews 99-110
    D. H. Bishop Buddhist and Western Views of the Self   111-123
    Robert Aitken,
and Jack Austin
Replies to Mr. Christmas Humphreys Notes 124-128
    Irmgard Schloegl My Memory of Ruth Fuller Sasaki    129-130

Volume-no. Year Author
[ Translator ]
[ Reviewer ]
Title Category Page no.
NS03-1 1970 Keiji Nishitani The Personal and the Impersonal in Religion Articles 1-18
    Kitarō Nishida Towards a Philosophy of Religion with the Concept of Pre-Established Harmony as Guide   19-46
    Margaret H. Dornish Aspects of D. T. Suzuki's Early Interpretations of Buddhism and Zen   47-66
    Martha Boyer
& Jikai Fujiyoshi
Omizutori, One of Japan's Oldest Buddhist Ceremonies   67-96
    A. W. Sadler Engaku-ji and Kenchō-ji: Reflections on the Social Morphology of Two Kamakura Temples   97-107
      A Dialogue between D. T. Suzuki & Rev. T. N. Callaway Dialogue 108-121
    Tōrei Enji,
trans. by Sōhaku Kobori and
Norman Waddell
The Life of Shidō Munan Zenji Translation 122-138
    William Johnston S. F. Buddhists and Chiristians meet Views and Reviews 139-146
    Archie J. Bahm How can Buddhism Become A Universal Religion?   147-149
    Kenneth K. Inada Emptiness : A Study in Religious Meaning by Frederick J. Streng Book Reviews 150-152
    Mitsuyoshi Saigusa Nāgārjuna's Philosophy by K. Venkata Ramanan   153-157
    N. A. Waddell Zen Painting by Yasuichi Awakawa   157-158
    J. S. Edgren In the Tracks of Buddhism by Frithjof Schuon   158-159
    Shōjun Bandō On Indian Mahāyāna Buddhism by D. T. Suzuki   159
NS03-2 1970 Suzuki Daisetz Self the Unattainable Articles 1-8
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi The Nature of Sadō Culture   9-19
    Allan A. Andrews Nembutsu in the Chinese Pure Land Tradition   20-45
    Stanley Romaine Hopper The “Eclipse of God” and Existential Mistrust   46-70
    Nishitani Keiji The Personal and the Impersonal in Religion (concluded)   71-88
    Shidō Munan Zenji trans.
by Kobori Sōhaku
& Norman A . Waddell
Sokushin-ki Translation 89-118
    John Blofeld The Northern Frontiers of the Buddhist World Views and Reviews 119-122
    Bandō Shōjun Travels in Mongolia   123-127
    Dana R. Fraser Zen Diary Viewed by a Student of Rinzai Zen   128-130
    Winston L. King A Rejoinder to Professor Bahm   131-132
    Sakamoto Hiroshi & Nagasaki Hōjun Thirty Years of Buddhist Studies by Edward Conze Book Reviews 133-135
    Kajiyama Yūichi Studien zum Mahāprajñāpāramitā (upadeśa) śāstra by Saigusa Mitsuyoshi   136-141
    Kenneth K. Inada Early Mādhyamika in India and China by Richard H. Robinson   142-145
      The Complete Works of Suzuki Daisetz Notes 146-148
NS04-1 1971   Editorial (50th Anniversary Special Edition 1921-1971)   1-12
    Suzuki Daisetz What is the “I”? Articles 13-27
    Abe Masao Dōgen on Buddha Nature   28-71
    Bandō Shōjun Shinran's Indebtedness to T‘an-luan   72-87
    Watsuji Tetsurō translated
by Hirano Umeyo
Japanese Literary Arts and Buddhist Philosophy   88-115
    Shidō Munan Zenji trans.
by Kobori Sōhaku
Sokushin-ki (II) Translation 116-123
    trans.
by Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Dōgen's Bendōwa, Translated with Introduction   124-157
    Thomas J. J. Altizer A Response to Stanley Romaine Hopper Views and Reviews 158-161
    Maurice Friedman Dialectical Faith Versus Dialogical Trust   162-170
    Gabriel Vahanian The Radical Otherness of God   171-174
    Mori Sodō K. N. Jayatilleke, 1920-1970 Notes (Obituary) 175-176
    Bandō Shōjun Nagai Makoto, 1881-1970   177-179
    Kajiyama Yūichi Richard Hugh Robinson, 1926-1970   180-182
    Bandō Shōjun The Buddhist Religion : A Historical Introduction by Richard H. Robinson Book Review 182-183
NS04-2 1971 Suzuki Daisetz
(Posthumous)
Infinite Light Articles 1-29
    Nishitani Keiji trans.
by Yamamoto Seisaku
Nihilism and Śūnyatā   30-49
    Allan A. Andrews The Essentials of Salvation: A Study of Genshin's Ōjōyōshū   50-88
    Paul Tillich &
Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part One) Dialogue 89-107
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
“One Bright Pearl,” Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Ikka Myōju Translation 108-118
    Shidō Munan Zenji trans.
by Kobori Sōhaku
Sokushin-ki (concluded)   119-127
    Suzuki Daisetz
(“Drugs andBuddhism” :
A Symposium)
Religion and Drugs Views and Reviews 128-133
    Alan Watts
(“Drugs and Buddhism” :
A Symposium)
“Ordinary Mind is the Way”   134-137
    Ray Jordan
(“Drugs and Buddhism” :
A Symposium)
Phychedelics and Zen: Some Reflections   138-140
    Robert Aitken
(“Drugs and Buddhism” :
A Symposium)
LSD and the New American Zen Student   141-144
    Richard Leavitt
(“Drugs and Buddhism” :
A Symposium)
Experiences Gradual and Sudden, and Getting Rid of Them   145-148
    Ueda Shizuteru
(“Drugs and Buddhism” :
A Symposium)
The LSD Experience and Zen   149-152
NS05-1 1972 Suzuki Daisetz
(posthumous)
The Seer and the Seen Articles 1-25
    M. Conrad Hyers The Comic Perspective in Zen Literature and Art   26-46
    Watsuji Tetsurō The Reception of Buddhism during the Suiko Period   47-54
    Nishitani Keiji Nihilism and Śūnyatā (continued)   55-69
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō, Zenki & Shōji Translation 70-80
    Winston
and Jocelyn King
and Tokiwa Gishin
The Fourth Letter from Hakuin's Orategama   81-114
    Alfred Bloom Buddhism, Nature, and the Environment Views and Reviews 115-129
    William J. H. Collins The Middle Way in Clear Words   130-138
    Huston Smith Field of Zen by Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki
Shin Buddhism by D. T. Suzuki
Book Reviews 139-145
    Kenneth Inada Zen and Fine Arts by Hisamatsu Shin'ichi   146-148
    Tamaki Kōshirō A Primer of Soto Zen by Masunaga Reihō   149-152
    Fujiyoshi Jikai L'Enseignement de Vimalakīrti (Vimalakīrtinirdeśa)
La Concentration de la Marche héroïque (Śūramgamasamādhisūtra) by Étienne Lamotte
  155-158
    Ueda Shizuteru Willhelm Gundert, 1880-1971 Notes 159-162
NS05-2 1972 Suzuki Daisetz
(posthumous)
What is Shin Buddhism? Articles 1-11
    Nolan Pliny Jacobson Buddhist Elements in the Coming World Civilization   12-43
    Mori Mikisaburō Chuang Tzu and Buddhism   44-69
    Yanagida Seizan The Life of Lin-chi I-hsüan   70-94
    Nishitani Keiji Nihilism and Śūnyatā (concluded)   95-106
    Paul Tillich
& Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part Two) Dialogue 107-128
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Shōbōgenzō Genjōkōan Translation 129-140
    Kiyozawa Manshi trans.
by Bandō Shōjun
The Great Path of Absolute Other Power & My Faith   141-152
    Chang Chung-yuan Pre-Rational Harmony in Heidegger's Essential Thinking and Ch'an Thought Views and Reviews 153-170
    Naitō Shirō Yeats and Zen Buddhism   171-178
    Frederick Franck Sengai, The Zen Master by D. T. Suzuki Book Reviews 179-181
    Hubert Durt Art in Japanese Esoteric Buddhism by Sawa Takaaki   182-184
    William J. H. Collins Mudra by Chögyam Trungpa   185-186
    N. A. Waddell Les Maitres du Zen au Japon by Shibata Masumi   186-187
    Bandō Shōjun What is Zen? by D. T. Suzuki   188-189
    S. M. Recent Publications on Zen in France Notes 190-191
    Peter Schneider Suzuki Shunryū, 1904-1971   191-192
      Baker Rōshi's Statement at Suzuki Rōshi's Funeral   193-194
NS06-1 1973 Suzuki Daisetz A Preface to the Kyōgyōshinshō (unfinished) Articles 1-24
    Nagao Gadjin On the Theory of Buddha-body   25-53
    Iriya Yoshitaka Chinese Poetry and Zen   54-67
    Nishitani Keiji The Standpoint of Śūnyatā   68-91
    Suzuki Daisetz
& Ueda Shizuteru
The Sayings of Rinzai, A Conversation between Suzuki Daisetz & Ueda Shizuteru   92-110
    R. H. Blyth Ikkyū's Skeletons Translation 111-125
    Leo Pruden The Ching-t'u Shih-i-lun (Ten Doubts Concerning the Pure Land)   126-157
    A. W. Sadler Thoughts on Kawabata's Meijin Views and Reviews 158-160
      The English Translation of Shinran's Kyōgyōshinshō Notes 161-162
NS06-2 1973 Suzuki Daisetz
(Posthumous)
Ummon on Time Articles 1-13
    Abe Masao Zen and Nietzche   14-32
    Yanagi Soetsu Ippen Shōnin   33-57
    Nishitani Keiji The Standpoint of Śūnyatā (concluded)   58-86
    Paul Tillich
& Hisamatsu Shin'ichi
Dialogues, East and West: Paul Tillich & Hisamatsu Shin'ichi (Part Three) Dialogue 87-114
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Fukanzazengi (The Universal Promotion of the Principles of Zazen), and Shōbōgenzō zazengi, Dōgen Kigen Translation 115-128
    Norman Waddell The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku   129-151
    Sakamoto Hiroshi The Zen Master Hakuin by Philip Yampolsky Book Reviews 152-153
    Arthur Lederman
and Patricia Bjaaland
The Wheel of Life by John Blofeld   154-156
    Nagao Gadjin The Vimalakīrti-Nirdeśa Sūtra by Charles Luk   157-161
    V.E Johnson Ogata Sōhaku, 1901-1973 Notes 162-166
    Bandō Shōjun G. P. Malalasekera, 1899-1973   166-168
NS07-1 1974 Suzuki Daisetz Zen Buddhism and a Commonsense World (posthumous) Articles 1-18
    Tsukamoto Zenryū Buddhism in the Asuka-Nara Period   19-36
    Bandō Shōjun Myōe's Criticism of Hōnen's Doctrine   37-54
    J. W. de Jong A Brief Histiry of Buddhist Studies in Europe and America (Part I)   55-106
    Del Langbauer One Cornered Future? Views and Reviews 107-117
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
The King of Samadhis Samadhi, Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Sammai-Ō-Zammai Translation 118-123
    Norman Waddell The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku (Part II)   124-141
    Gary Snyder,
A. W.Sadler
Alan Watts, 1915-1973 (Gary Snyder, A. W.Sadler) 142-150 Notes 142-150
    Robert Aitken Yasutani Hakuun Rōshi, 1885-1973   150-152
NS07-2 1974 Suzuki Daisetz The Buddhist Conception of Reality Articles 1-21
    Edward Conze The Intermediary World   22-31
    Tu Wei-ming An Inquiry into Wang Yang-ming's Four-Sentence Teaching   32-48
    J. W. de Jong A Brief Hiatory of Buddhist Studies in Europe and America (Part II)   49-82
    Norman Waddell The Zen Sermons of Bankei Yōtaku (Part III) Translation 83-107
    Yamada Kōun The Stature of Yasutani Hakuun Rōshi Views and Reviews 108-120
    A. W. Sadler The Complete Alan Watts   121-127
    Frederick Franck Zen Art for Meditation by Stewart Holmes and Chimyo Horioka Book Reviews 128-129
    Kawasaki Shinjō Kūkai: Major Works by Yoshito Hakeda   129-132
NS08-1 1975 Suzuki Daisetz Zen and Psychology Articles 1-11
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Ultimate Crisis and Resurrection (Part I)   12-29
    Lewis R. Lancaster The Oldest Mahāyāna Sūtra: Its Significance for the Study of Buddhist Development   30-41
    Yi Tao-t'ien The Records of the Life of Ch'an Master Pai-chang Huai-hai Translation 42-73
    Leo Pruden A Short Essay on the Pure Land by Dharma Master T'an-luan   74-95
    Kusumita Priscella Pedersen Jishō-ki by Shidō Munan   96-132
    Robert E. Allinson The Buddhist Theory of Instantaneous Being: The Ur-Concept of Buddhism Views and Reviews 133-148
    Kudō Sumiko Shibayama Zenkei, 1904-1974 Notes 149-154
NS08-2 1975 Suzuki Daisetz Reality is Act Articles 1-6
    Nolan Pliny Jacobson Whitehead and Buddhism on the Art of Living   7-36
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Ultimate Crisis and Resurrection (Part II)   37-65
    Tsukamoto Zenryū,
Shibayama Zenkei,
& Nishitani Keiji
DIALOGUE: Chinese Zen Dialogue 66-93
    Norman Waddell
& Abe Masao
Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (Part I) Translation 94-112
    Norman Waddell A Selection from Bankei's Zen Dialogues   113-129
    Frederick Franck Angelus Silesius 1624-1677, A Bridge between East and West?   130-142
    Valdo H. Viglielmo The Concept of Nature in the Works of Natsume Sōseki   143-153
    J. W. de Jong Myōhō-renge-kyō. The Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Wonderful Law.
Translated by Bunnō Katō. Revised by W. E. Soothill & Wilhelm Schiffer
The Sutra of the Lotus Flower of the Wonderful Law. Translated by Senchu Murano
Book Reviews 154-158
    Frederick Franck Zen and the Cosmic Spirit by Conrad Hyers   159-160
    Sakamoto Hiroshi An Outline of Principal Methods of Meditation.
Translated by Sujitkumar Mukhopadhyaya
  161-163
    Alfred Bloom Collected Writings on Shin Buddhism and the Kyōgyōshinshō by Daisetz Teitarō Suzuki   163-169
NS09-1 1976 D. T. Suzuki Dōgen, Hakuin, Bankei: Three Types of Thought in Japanese Zen Articles 1-17
    Yanagi Soetsu The Pure Land of Beauty   18-41
    Nishitani Keiji Emptiness and Time   42-71
    David W. Chappell Introduction to the “T'ien-t'ai ssu-chiao-i”   72-86
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (II) Translation 87-105
    Kadowaki Kakichi Introducing Zazen into Christian Spirituality Views and Reviews 106-121
    Ueda Shizuteru A Response to Rev. Kadowaki   122-123
    Alexander Eliot Zen and the Art of What?   124-130
    J. W. de Jong Bukkyō-go Daijiten by Nakamura Hajime   131-134
    Takasaki Jikidō The Lion's Roar of Queen Śrīmālā
Translated by Alex and Hideko Wayman
  135-138
    Nagao Gadjin The Short Prajñāpāramitā Texts
Translated by Edward Conze
  139-142
NS09-2 1976 D. T. Suzuki Dōgen, Hakuin, Bankei: Three Types of Thought in Japanese Zen (II) Articles 1-20
    Fritz Buri The Concept of Grace in Paul, Shinran, and Luther   21-42
    Nolan Pliny Jacobson Creativity in the Buddhist Perspective   43-62
    Abe Masao Education in Zen   63-70
    Norman Waddell
and Abe Masao
Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Buddha-nature (III) Translation 71-87
    Dennis Hirota Ichigon Hōdan (I)   88-106
    Joan Stambaugh Time-Being: East and West Views and Reviews 107-114
    Dorothea Watanabe Dauer Richard Wagner and Buddhism   115-128
    Arvind Sharma A Note on the Use of the Word Hīnayāna in the Teaching of Buddhism   129-133
    J. W. de Jong The Mahāyāna Mahāparinirvāṇā-sūtra
Translated by Koshō Yamamoto
Book Reviews 134-136
    Michel Strickmann Exploring Mysticism by Frits Staal   137-140
    Fukushima Kōsai Muryōgi-kyō and Kanfugen-gyō translated by Yoshirō Tamura and Kōjirō Miyasaka   141-143
NS10-1 1977 Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Zen as the Negation of Holiness Articles 1-12
    Iwamoto Yasunami The Salvation of the Unsaveable   13-34
    Richard B. Pilgrim The Religio-Aesthetic of Matsuo Bashō   35-53
    Sakamoto Hiroshi D. T. Suzuki and Mysticism   54-67
    T. P. Kasulis Zen Buddhism, Freud, and Jung   68-91
    Dennis Hirota Ichigon Hōdan (II) Translation 92-110
    Alfred Bloom Shinran's Vision of Absolute Compassion Views and Reviews 111-123
    Higashi Sen'ichirō Dōgen Kigen-Mystical Realist   124-127
    Michel Strickmann A Survey of Tibetan Buddhist Studies Review Article 128-149
    Chün-fang Yü Folk Buddhist Religion: Dissenting Sects in Late Traditional China. By Daniel L. Overmyer Book Reviews 150-155
    Michel Strickmann Political Propaganda and Ideology in China at the End of the Seventh Century: Inquiry into the Nature, Authors,
and Function of the Tunhuang Document S. 6502. By Antonino Forte
  156-160
    Michel Strickmann Tibetan Sacred Art. By Detlef Ingo Lauf   161-162
    Bandō Shōjun Kaneko Daiei, 1881-1976 Notes (Obituary) 162-163
    Nagao Gadjin Yamaguchi Susumu, 1895-1976   163-166
NS10-2 1977 Nishitani Keiji Emptiness and Time (II) Articles 1-30
    Marco Pallis Nembutsu as Remembrance   31-48
    Neal Donner The Mahāyānization of the Chinese Dhyāna Tradition   49-64
    John Steffney Non-being-Being versus the Non-being of Being: Heidegger's Ontological Difference with Zen Buddhism   65-75
    Karaki Junzō,
Osaka Kōryū,
& Haga Kōshirō
Symposium: Japanese Zen   76-101
    Norman Waddell Dōgen's Hōkyō-ki (I) Translation 102-139
    Huston Smith Four Theological Negotiables: Gleanings from Daisetz Suzuki's Posthumous Volumes on Shin Buddhism Views and Reviews 140-154
    Miyuki Mokusen The Psychodynamics of Buddhist Meditation: A Jungian Perspective   155-168
    J. W. de Jong Scripture of the Lotus Blossom of the Fine Dharma (The Lotus Sūtra).
Translated from the Chinese version of Kumārajīva by Leon Hurvitz
Book Reviews 169-174
NS11-1 1978 Suzuki Daisetz Zen hyakudai “One Hundred Zen Topics” (I) Articles 1-12
    Nishitani Keiji The Problem of Time in Shinran   13-26
    Ōchō Enichi From the Lotus Sutra to the Sutra of Eternal Life: Reflections on the Process of Deliverance in Shinran   27-36
    Robert Zeuschner The Meaning of Hīnayāna in Northern Ch'an   37-49
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Letters Translation 50-65
    Noman Waddell Dōgen's Hōkyō-ki (II)   66-84
    Alfred Bloom Shinran's Way in the Modern World Views and Reviews 85-97
    Frederick Franck Sea Change: An Emerging Image of the Human   98-108
    Nagao Gadjin The Holy Teaching of Vimalakīrti : A Mahāyāna Scripture.
Translated by Robert A. F. Thurman; and The Teaching of Vimalakīrti. By Étienne Lamotte
Book Reviews 109-111
    Harold Stewart Pure Land Buddhist Painting. By Jōji Okazaki   112-113
NS11-2 1978 Suzuki Daisetz Zen hyakudai “One Hundred Zen Topics” (II) Articles  1-11
    Frederick Streng The Process of Ultimate Transformation in Nāgārjuna's Mādhyamika   12-32
    Sakamoto Hiroshi D. T. Suzuki as a Philosopher   33-42
    Hee-Jin Kim Existance/Time as the Way of Ascesis: An Analysis of the Basic Structure of Dōgen's Thought   43-73
    David Michael Levin Painful Time, Ecstatic Time   74-112
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (I) Translation 113-131
    Abe Masao Emptiness is Suchness Views and Reviews 132-136
    H. Saddhātissa The Saddhā Concept in Buddhism   137-142
    Sakurabe Hajime Causality: The Central Philosophy of Buddhism. By David J. Kalupahana.
Buddhist Philosophy: A Historical Analysis. By the same auther
Book Reviews 143-145
    Bandō Shōjun Letters of Shinran: A Translation of Mattōshō. Editied by Yoshifumi Ueda   146-147
    Bandō Shōjun Rissho Ankoku Ron or Establish the Right Law and Save Our Country. Translated by Senchu Murano   148
NS12-1 1979 Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Ordinary Mind Articles 1-29
    David J. Kalupahana The Early Buddhist Notion of the Middle Path   30-48
    Nishitani Keiji Emptiness and History (I)   49-82
    Winston L. King Suzuki Shōsan, Wayfarer   83-103
    Li Jung-his The Stone Scripturers of Fang-shan   104-113
    N. A. Waddell Being Time, Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Uji Translation 114-129
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (II)   130-147
    Bandō Shōjun Both sides of the Circle: The Autobiography of Christmas Humphreys Book Reviews 148-149
    Winston L. King The Inner Eye of Love: Mysticism and Religion. By William Johnston   150-152
    Fritz Buri Absolutes Nichts: Zur Grundlegung des Dialogs zwischen Buddhismus und Christentum. By Hans Waldenfels   153-156
NS12-2 1979 Yanagi Sōetsu The Dharma Gate of Beauty Articles 1-21
    Paul Wienpahl Eastern Buddhism and Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations   22-54
    Nishitani Keiji Emptiness and History (II)   55-71
    Kang-Nam Oh Dharmadhātu - An Introduction to Hua-yen Buddhism   72-91
    Kondō Tesshō The Religious Experience of Ippen   92-116
    Winston L.
and Jocelyn B. King
Selections from Suzuki Shōsan Translation 117-143
    Gerald Doherty Buddhism and the Status of Fiction Views and Reviews 144-149
    Diana M. Law Flight or Dialog? - A Response to Book Reviews of The Inner Eye of Love and Christian Zen. By William Johnston   150-152
    J. W. de Jong Mahāyāna Buddhist Meditation: Theory and Practice. Edited by Minoru Kiyota Book Reviews 153-160
    Frederick Franck The Unknown Craftsman: A Japanese Insight into Beauty. By Yanagi Sōetsu   161-164

Volume-no. Year Author
[ Translator ]
[ Reviewer ]
Title Category Page no.
NS13-1 1980 D. T. Suzuki Zen hyakudai, “One Hundred Zen Topics” (III) Articles 1-8
    Nishitani Keiji Emptiness and History (III)   9-30
    Abe Masao The End of World Religion   31-45
    Robert Aitken Wallace Stevens and Zen   46-51
    Francis B. Randall Letter from Tibet   52-56
    Bandō Shōjun
and Harold Stewart
Tannishō: Passages Deploring Deviations of Faith Translation 57-78
    Robert F. Rhodes Saichō's Mappō Tōmyōki: The Candle of the Latter Dharma   79-103
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Sayings Handed Down by Disciples (concluded)   104-115
    William R. Lafleur Too Easy a Simplicity: Watson's Ryōkan Views and Reviews 116-127
    Frederick Franck The Myth as Lodestar   128-140
    Jan Van Bragt) An East-West Spiritual Exchange: An Unusual Happening in the Religious World of 1979   141-150
    J. W. de Jong The Essence of Metaphysics: Abhidharmahṛdaya. Translated by Charles Willeman;
Le couer de la loi suprême. Traité de Fa-chang. Abhidharmahṛdayaśāstra de Dharmasri.
Translated by I. Armelin
Book Reviews 151-158
NS13-2 1980 D. T. Suzuki Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (I) Articles 1-15
    John B. Cobb, Jr Buddhism and Christianity as Complementary   16-25
    Takeuchi Yoshinori Shinran and Contenporary Thought   26-45
    Larry A. Fader Arthur Koestler's Criticism of D. T. Suzuki's Interpretation of Zen   46-72
    Norman Waddell Zen Master Hakuin's Poison Words for the Heart (Dokugo Shingyō) Translation 73-114
    Frederick Franck The Basic Constituent Views and Reviews 115-126
    Robert E. Carter Toward a Philosophy of Zen Buddhism: Prolegomena to an Understanding of Zen Experience
and Nishida's “Logic of Place”
  127-130
    Nagao Gadjin The Prajñāpāramitā Literature by Edward Conze Book Reviews 131-134
    Michael Pye Tendai Buddhism: Collection of the Writings by Bruno Petzold   135-136
    Kadowaki Kakichi Zen and the Ways by Trevor Leggett   137-142
    by Hubert Durt Paul Dumiéville, 1894-1979 Notes (Obituary) 143-146
    by Christmas Humphreys Edward Conze, 1904-1979   147-148
    by Nagao Gadjin
and Leon Hurvitz
Tsukamoto Zenryū, 1898-1980   148-150
NS14-1 1981 Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (I) Articles 1-12
    D. T. Suzuki Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (II)   13-25
    Abe Masao Hisamatsu's Philosophy of Awakening   26-42
    Karen Christina Lang Via Negativa in Mahāyāna Buddhism and Gnosticism   43-60
    John Steffney Mind and Metaphysics in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism   61-74
    Kenneth L. Kraft Musō Kokushi's Dialogues in Dream (Selections) Translation 75-93
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Verse in Japanese   94-112
    Richard DeMartino On My First Coming to Meet Dr. Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Reminiscences 113-116
    Kitahara Ryūtarō More than Just an Encounter   117-122
    Kondō Tesshō A Blessing of Floral Ginger   123-124
    William R. LaFleur Philosophy Worthy of the Name   125-127
    Sally Merrill Remembering Hisamatsu Sensei   128-129
    Tokiwa Gishin Some of Hisamatsu Sensei's Favorite Verses   130-132
    Gerald Doherty A Glimpse of Nothingness by Janwillem van de Wetering Book Reviews 133-136
    Sakamoto Hiroshi Zen Enlightenment by Heinrich Dumoulin   137-138
    John B. Cobb, Jr. Buddhist-Christian Empathy by Joseph Spae   138-139
    Higashi Sen'ichiro Zen and the Bible by Kakichi Kadowaki   139-141
    Abe Masao Hisamatsu Shin'ichi, 1889-1980 Notes 142-149
NS14-2 1981 D. T. Suzuki Thoughts on Shin Buddhism (concluded) Articles 1-10
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (II)   11-21
    John C. Maraldo The Hermeneutics of Practice in Dōgen and Francis of Assisi: An Exercise in Buddhist-Christian Dialogue   22-46
    Flora Courtois Mahāyāna Buddhism and the Growing Perceptual Revolution   47-70
    Ōchō Enichi The Beginnings of Tenet Classification in China   71-94
    Dennis Hirota The Record of Ippen: Verse in Chinese Translation 95-120
    Shibata Masumi The Diary of a Zen Layman: The Philosopher Nishida Kitarō Views and Reviews 121-131
    Bandō Shōjun D. T. Suzuki and Pure Land Buddhism   132-136
    Dorothy Green A Candle in the Sunrise   137-152
    Tamaki Kōshirō “Record of Things Heard” from the Treasury of the Eye of the True Teaching Translated by Thomas Cleary Book Reviews  153-156
    Sakurabe Hajime Hōbōgirin, Dictionnaire Encyclopédique du Bouddhisme d'apré les Sources Chinoises et Japonaises, Fascicule V   157-160
NS15-1 1982 D. T. Suzuki What is Zen? Articles 1-8
    Ueda Shizuteru Emptiness and Fullness: Śūnyatā in Mahāyāna Buddhism   9-37
    Nolan Pliny Jacobson A Buddhistic-Christian Probe of the Endangered Future   38-55
    Minor L. Rogers The Shin Faith of Rennyo   56-73
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (III)   74-86
    Rebecca Rasmus The Sayings of Myōe Shōnin of Togano-o Translation 87-105
    Gerald Doherty Zen in the Art of Reading: Ronald Barthes's The Pleasure of the Text   106-115
    Nathan Katz Scholarly Approaches to Buddhism: A Political Analysis   116-121
    Larry A. Fader Zen in the West: Historical and Philosophical Implications of the 1893 Parliament of Religions   122-145
    J. W. de Jong The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhism edited by Leslie S. Kawamura Book Reviews 146-151
    William J. H. Collins The Healing Buddha by Raoul Birnbaum   152-154
NS15-2 1982 D. T. Suzuki Talks on Buddhism (I) Articles 1-9
    Takeuchi Yoshinori The Meaning of Other Power in the Buddhist Way of Salvation   10-27
    James D. Thomas The Bodhisattva as Metaphor to Jung's Concept of Self   28-52
    Kajiyama Yuichi Women in Buddhism   53-70
    Norman Waddell Wild Ivy (Itsumadegusa): The Spiritual Autobiography of Hakuin Ekaku (I) Translation 71-109
    John Ryder Creation Ex Nihilo: A Mādhyamika Critique Views and Reviews 110-124
    Thomas P. Kasulis The Kyoto School and the West: Review and Evaluation Review Article 125-144
    Huston Smith A Buddhist Spectrum: Contributions to Buddhist-Christian Dialogue by Marco Pallis Book Reviews 145-146
    Gerald Doherty A Zen Wave: Bashō's Haiku and Zen by Robert Aitken   146-147
    Robert Aitken A Zen Forest: Sayings of the Masters translated by Sōiku Shigematsu   148-152
    Phillipe Coupey Deshimaru Taisen, 1914-1982 Notes (Obituary) 153-155
NS16-1 1983 Nagao Gadjin The Buddhist World-View as Elucidated in the Three-Nature Theory and Its Similes Articles 1-18
    Robert A. F. Thurman Guidelines for Buddhist Social Activism Based on Nāgārjuna's Jewel Garland of Royal Counsels   19-51
    Ueda Shizuteru Ascent and Descent: Zen in Comparison with Meister Eckhart (I)   52-73
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (IV)   74-89
    Sakamoto Hiroshi The Voicing of the Way: Dōgen's Shōbōgenzō Dōtoku Translation 90-106
    Norman Waddell Wild Ivy (Itsumadegusa): The Spiritual Autobiography of Hakuin Ekaku (II)   107-139
    Frederick Franck A Note on Karma Views and Reviews 140-147
    Alfred Bloom To There and Back   148-152
NS16-2 1983 D. T. Suzuki Talks on Buddhism (II): Buddhism and Christianity Articles 1-8
    Huston Smith Spiritual Discipline in Zen and Comparative Perspective   9-25
    Luis O. Gómez Expectations and Assertions: Perspectives for Growth and Adaptation in Buddhism   26-49
    Gary L. Ebersole The Buddhist Ritual Use of Linked Verse in Medieval Japan   50-71
    Ueda Shizuteru Ascent and Descent: Zen Buddhism in Comparison with Meister Eckhart (II)   72-91
    Norman Waddell Unnecessary Words: The Zen Dialogues of Bankei Yōtaku Translation 92-113
    Gerald Doherty Form Is Emptiness: Reading the Diamond Sutra Views and Reviews 114-123
    Ruth M. Tabrah Reflections on Being Ordained   124-133
    Muriel Daw Christmas Humphreys,1901-1983 Notes (Obituary) 134-139
NS17-1 1984 Nishitani Keiji The Standpoint of Zen Articles 1-26
    Irmgard Schloegl Study and Practice   27-41
    Peter Bishop Jung, Eastern Religion, and the Languege of Imagination   42-56
    Ueda Yoshifumi The Mahāyāna Structure of Shinran's Thought (I)   57-78
    J. W. de Jong Recent Buddhist Studies in Europe and America: 1973-1983   79-107
    Norman Waddell Unnecessary Words: The Zen Dialogues of Bankei Yōtaku (II) Translation 108-131
    Nakao Takashi The Lotus Sutra in Japan Views and Reviews 132-137
    Carl B. Becker Religious Visions: Experiential Grounds for the Pure Land Tradition   138-153
    Carmen Blacker Japanese Pilgrimage by Oliver Statler Book Reviews 154-156
    Sakamoto Hiroshi Grass Hill: Poems and Prose by the Japanese Monk Gensei. translated by Burton Watson   156-159
    Morris J. Augustine The Mirror Mind: Spirituality and Transformation by William Johnston   159-160
NS17-2 1984 Suzuki Daisetz Transmigration Articles 1-6
    Nishida Kitarō On the Doubt in the Heart   7-11
    Francis H. Cook The Dialogue Between Hua-yen and Process Thought   12-29
    Ueda Yoshifumi The Mahāyāna Strucuture of Shinran's Thought (II)   30-54
    Graham Parkes Nietzsche and Nishitani on the Self through Time   55-74
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (V)   75-92
    Norman Waddell The Old Tea Seller: The Life and Poetry of Baisaō Translation 93-123
    James H. Sanford Paradigms and Poems: A Review of LaFleur's The Karma of Words Views and Reviews 124-133
    Thomas P. Kasulis Buddhist Existentialism Review Article 134-141
    Paul Swanson T'ien-t'ai Buddhism: An Outline of the Fourfold Teachings editied by David W. Chappell Book Reviews 142-144
    Thomas Kirchner Taking the Path of Zen by Robert Aitken   145-147
    Hubert Durt Etienne Lamotte,1903-1983 Notes (Obituary) 148-152
NS18-1 1985 D. T. Suzuki Shin Buddhism (I) Articles 1-7
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi Memories of My Academic Life   8-27
    Jackie Stone Seeking Enlightenment in the Last Age: Mappō Thought in Kamakura Buddhism   28-56
    Abe Masao The Self in Jung and Zen   57-70
    Satō Taira The Awakening of Faith in the Myokonin Asahara Saichi   71-89
    John Steffney Nothingness and Death in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism   90-104
    D. T. Suzuki,
Kaneko Daiei,
Soga Ryōjin,
and Nishitani Keiji
Shinran's World (I) Dialogue 105-119
    Robert E. Carter The Nothingness Beyond God Views and Reviews 120-130
    Abe Masao John Cobb's Beyond Dialogue   131-137
    Frederick Franck Unborn: The Life and Teachings of Zen Master Bankei by Norman Waddell
Questions to a Zen Master by Taisen Deshimaru
Book Reviews 138-142
NS18-2 1985 D. T. Suzuki Shin Buddhism (II) Articles 1-8
    John D. Eusden Chartres and Ryōan-ji: Aesthetic Connections between Gothic Cathedral and Zen Garden   9-18
    Okamura Keishin Kūkai's Philosophy as a Mandala   19-34
    Jackie Stone Seeking Enlightenment in the Last Age: Mappō Thought in Kamakura Buddhism (II)   35-64
    Hisamatsu Shin'ichi On the Record of Rinzai (VI)   65-78
    Norman Waddell Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku kaien fusetsu) Translation 79-92
    Frederick Franck Zeami on the Essence of Art Views and Reviews 93-98
    William R. LaFleur Paradigm Lost, Paradigm Regained: Groping for the Mind of Medieval Japan   99-113
    Ueda Yoshifumi Reflections on the Study of Buddhism: Notes on the Approaches of Ui Hakuju and D. T. Suzuki   114-130
    Mark L. Blum The Sūtra of Contemplation on the Buddha of Immeasurable Life as Expounded by Śākyamuni Buddha edited by
Yamada Meiji
Book Reviews 131-137
    Hans Ringrose Echoes from the Bottomless Well by Frederick Franck   137-139
    Paul Jaffe The Major Writings of Nichiren Daishōnin
Nichiren Shōshū International Center
  139-143
NS19-1 1986 Tsukamoto Zenryū Buddhism and Fine Arts in Kyoto (I) Articles 1-16
    John C. Maraldo Hermeneutics and Historicity in the Study of Buddhism   17-43
    Rita M. Gross Buddhism and Feminism: Toward Their Mutual Transformation (I)   44-58
    Stephen Addiss The Life and Art of Fūgai Ekun (1568-1654)   59-75
    Ueda Yoshifumi Freedom and Necessity in Shinran's Concept of Karma   76-100
    D. T. Suzuki,
Soga Ryōjin,
Kaneko Daiei,
and Nishitani Keiji
Shinran's World (II) Dialogue 101-117
    Robert Aitken Play Views and Reviews 118-122
    Hans Ringrose Zen Meditation Western Style   123-126
    Francis H. Cook The Second Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter: A Report   127-134
    Jan Van Bragt Buddhism and American Thinkers
Kenneth K. Inada and Nolan Pliny Jacobson,eds.
Book Reviews 135-138
    Robert Aitken The Warrior Koans: Early Zen in Japan by Trevor Leggett   139-141
NS19-2 1986 Nishida Kitarō The Logic of Topos and the Religious Worldview (I) Articles 1-29
    Abe Masao The Problem of Death in East and West: Immortality, Eternal Life, Unbornness   30-61
    Rita M. Gross Buddhism and Feminism: Toward their Mutual Transformation   62-74
    Norman Waddell Talks by Hakuin Introductory to Lectures on the Records of Old Sokkō (Sokkō-roku kaien fusetsu) (2) Translation 75-84
    Philip C. Almond The Medieval West and Buddhism Views and Reviews 85-101
    Frederick Franck The Mirrors of Mahāyāna   102-108
    Langdon Gilkey Abe Masao's Zen and Western Thought Review Article 109-121
    Kajiyama Yuichi Nagarjuniana: Studies in the Writings and Philosophy of Nāgārjuna by Christian Lindtner Book Reviews 122-124
    Yusa Michiko Existential and Ontological Diamensions of Time in Heidegger and Dōgen by Steven Heine   124-127