Korean History: A Bibliography : Religion and Philosophy: Buddhism  

An, Kye-hyon. "Publication of Buddhist Scriptures in the Koryo Period." Korea Journal 16:1 (January 1976): 33-41.

An, Kye-hyon. "Silla Buddhism and the Spirit of the Protection of the Fatherland." Korea Journal 17:4 (April 1977): 27-29.

An, Kye-hyon. "Publication of Buddhist Scriptures in the Koryo Period." In International Cultural Foundation, ed. Buddhist Culture in Korea. Seoul: The Si-sa-yong-o-sa Publishers, Inc., 1982.

An, Kye-hyon. "Introduction of Buddhism to Korea." In Lewis R. Lancaster and C.S. Yu, eds. Introduction of Buddhism to Korea: New Cultural Patterns. Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1989.

An, Kye-hyon. "Buddhism in the Unified Silla Period." In Lewis R. Lancaster and C.S. Yu, eds. Assimilation of Buddhism in Korea: Religious Maturity and Innovation in the Silla Dynasty. Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1991.

An, Kye-hyon. "The Historical Accounts of Buddhism." In Lewis R. Lancaster, Kikun Suh, and Chai-shin Yu, eds. Buddhism in Koryo: A Royal Religion. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.

An, Ok-Sun. ¡°The Fundamental Ideals of Human Rights in the Thought of Wonhyo.¡± Korea Journal 42:4 (Winter 2002): 137-157.

An, Pyong-jik. "Han Yong-un's Liberalism: An Analysis of the 'Reformation of Korean Buddhism.'" Korea Journal 19:12 (December 1979): 13-18.

Baker, Donald L. "Monks, Medicine, and Miracles: Health and Healing in the History of Korean Buddhism." Korean Studies 18 (1994): 50-75.

Beat, Noble Ross. "The Development of Buddhism in Korea." In Noble Ross Beat. Buddhism: A History. Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1994.

Bernen, Rebecca. "Sosan Taesa: Reviver of the Korean Zen Tradition." Stone Lion Review 4 (Fall 1979): 17-25.

Best, Jonathan W. "Imagery, Iconography and Belief in Early Korean Buddhism." Korean Culture 13:3 (Fall 1992): 23-33.

Best, Jonathan W. "Kwalluk's Testimony Concerning the Date of Buddhism's Introduction to Paekche." In Henrik H. Sorensen, ed. Religions in Traditional Korea. Copenhagen: Seminar for Buddhist Studies, 1995.

Best, Jonathan. ¡°The Transmission and Transformation of Early Buddhist Culture in Korea and Japan.¡± In Washizuka Hiromitsu, Park Youngbok, and Kang Woo-bang, eds. Transmitting the Forms of Divinity: Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan. New York: Japan Society, 2003.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Identity of the Popchip pyorhaeng nok [Dharma Collection and Special Practice Record]." Korean Studies 6 (1982): 1-16.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Introduction: The Life and Thought of Chinul." In Robert E. Buswell, Jr., tr. The Korean Approach to Zen: The Collected Works of Chinul. Honolulu:University of Hawaii Press, 1983.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Chronology of Wonhyo's Life and Works: Some Preliminary Considerations." In Kim Chi-hyun, ed. Wonhyo songsa ui ch'olhak segye - che-14 p'yon: Wonhyo sasang ui kukche-chok uisang. Seoul: Minjoksa, 1985.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Chinul's Systematization of Chinese Meditative Techniques in Korean Son Buddhism." In Peter N. Gregory, ed. Traditions of Meditation in Chinese Buddhism. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Buddhism in Korea." In Joseph M. Kitagawa and Mark D. Cummings, eds. Buddhism and Asian History. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1987.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Chronology of Wonhyo's Life and Works: Some Preliminary Considerations." In Kim Chigyon, ed. Wonhyo yongu nonch'ong: Ku ch'olhak kwa ingan ui modun kot. Seoul: Wonhyo sasang yonguwon, 1987.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Did Wonhyo Write Two Versions of His Kumgang Sammaegyong-Ron (Exposition of The Book of Adamantine Adoption)?: An Issue in Korean Buddhist Textual History." In Hangukhak ui kwaje wa chonmang: Che-5 hoe kukche haksul hoeui segye Hangukhak taehoe nonmunjip II (Yesul - sasang - sahoe p'yon): Korean Studies, Its Tasks and Perspectives II: Papers of the 5th International Conference on Korean Studies. Songnam: Hanguk chongshin munhwa yonguwon, 1988.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Ch'an Hermeneutics: A Korean View." In Daniel S. Lopez, Jr., ed. Buddhist Hermeneutics. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1988.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Chinul's Ambivalent Critique of Radical Subitism." Pojo sasang 2 (1988): 45-70.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. The Formation of Ch'an Ideology in China and Korea: The Vajrasamadhi-Sutra, A Buddhist Apocryphon. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1989.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Chinul's Ambivalent Critique of Radical Subitism in Korean Son." The Journal of The International Association of Buddhist Studies 12:2 (1989): 20-44.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Haein-sa: The Monastery of the Dharma Jewel." Korean Culture 10:1 (Spring 1989): 12-21.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Songgwang-sa: The Monastery of the Sangha Jewel." Korean Culture 10:3 (Fall 1989): 14-22.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Chinul's Alternative Vision of Kanhwa Son and Its Implications for Sudden Awakening/Gradual Cultivation." Pojo sasang 4 (1990): 423-447.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Pilgrimages of Hyangbong: Memoirs and Poems of the Kumgang Mountains." Korean Culture 11:4 (Winter 1990): 18-23.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. Tracing Back the Radiance: Chinul's Korean Way of Zen. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1992.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Debate Concerning Moderate and Radical Subitism in Korean Son Buddhism." In Chinsan Han Ki-du paksa hoegap kinyom nonmunjip wiwonhoe, ed. Hanguk chonggyo sasang ui chejomyong, sang: Chinsan Han Ki-du paksa hoegap kinyom nonch'ong. Iri: Wongwang taehakkyo ch'ulp'anbu, 1993.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Buddhist Reform Movements in Korea During the Japanese Colonial Period: Precepts and the Challenge of Modernity." In Charles Wei-hsun Fu and Sandra A. Wawrytko, eds. Buddhist Behavioral Codes and the Modern World: An International Symposium. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Hagiographies of the Korean Monk Wonhyo." In Donald S. Lopez, Jr., ed. Buddhism in Practice. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1995.

Buswell, Robert, Jr. ¡°Wonhyo as Cultural and Religious Archetype: A Study in Korean Buddhist Hagiography.¡± Pulgyo yongu 11-12 (1995): 79-172.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Is There a 'Korean Buddhism' in the Pre-Nationalist Age?" In 21-segi munmyong kwa pulgyo. Seoul: Tongguk taehakkyo ch'ulp'anbu, 1996.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Imagining 'Korean Buddhism': The Invention of a National Religious Tradition." In Hyung Il Pai and Timothy R. Tangherlini, eds. Nationalism and the Construction of Korean Identity. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1998.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "Buddhism under Confucian Domination: The Synthetic Vision of Sosan Hyujong." In JaHyun Kim Haboush and Martina Deuchler, eds. Culture and the State in Late Choson Korea. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Asia Center, 1999.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. "The Koryo Period." In Takeuchi Yoshinori, ed. Buddhist Spirituality II: Later China, Korea, Japan, and the Modern World. New York: The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1999.

Buswell, Robert E., Jr. ¡°On Translating Wonhyo.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 1 (2002): 227-231.

Buswell, Robert E. ¡°Wonhyo and the Commentarial Genre in Korean Buddhist Literature.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 47-63.

Buzo, Adrian. "Discovery of a Shilla Period Document: The Hwaon Sutra of 755 AD." Korea Journal 20:9 (September 1980): 55-56.

Buzo, Adrian and Tony Prince, trs. Kyunyo-jon: The Life, Times and Songs of a Tenth Century Korean Monk. Sydney: Wild Peony, 1993.

Chae, Taeg-su. "Department of Son Studies." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. The History and Culture of Buddhism in Korea. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1993.

Chae, Taeg-Su. "The Development of Son Philosophy in Early Koryo Period." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. Son Thought in Korean Buddhism. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1998.

Chae, Taeg-su. "The Unified Shilla Period: The Golden Age of Buddhism." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. The History and Culture of Buddhism in Korea. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1993.

Chae, Taeg-su. "Son Philosophy." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. Buddhist Thought in Korea. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1994.

Chai, Shin Yu. "Wonhyo and Suzuki on Buddhism." In Such'on Pak Yong-sok kyosu hwagap kinyom nonch'ong kanhaeng wiwonhoe, ed. Hanguk sahak nonch'ong - ha: Such'on Pak Yong-sok kyosu hwagap kinyom nonch'ong. Seoul: Such'on Pak Yong-sok kyosu hwagap kinyom nonch'ong kanhaeng wiwonhoe, 1992.

Chappell, David W. and Masao Ichishima. T'ient'ai Buddhism: An Outline of the Fourfold Teachings. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1984.

Cho, Myong-Gi. "Venerable Bojo's Life, Thought, Achievement." Korea Journal 4:6 (June 1964): 31-32.

Cho, Myong-Gi. "Chan Buddhist Culture in Korea." In Chai-Shin Yu, ed. Korean and Asian Religious Tradition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977.

Cho, Sungtaek. "On the Trail of Two Competing Buddhas from India to Korea: A Study of the Dynamics of Cross-cultural Assimilation." Korea Journal 41:1 (Spring 2001): 268-287.

Cho, Yong-kil. ¡°Introduction of Buddhist Ethics into the Korean Peninsula.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 1 (2002): 39-52.

Choi, Byong-hon. "Significance of the Foundation of Susonsa in the History of Korean Buddhism." Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 1 (1988): 49-68.

Choi, Byong-hon. "The Founding of the Ch'ont'ae School and the Reformation of Buddhism in 12th-Century Korea." In Henrik H. Sorensen, ed. Religions in Traditional Korea. Copenhagen: Seminar for Buddhist Studies, 1995.

Choi, Byong-hon. "Role of Korean Buddhism in the History of East Asian Buddhism: Korea's Contribution to the Madhyamika Yogacara Syncretism." Asia-Prashant 2:2 (1995): 11-21.

Ch'on, Hye-bong. "Dharani-sutra of Early Koryo." Korea Journal 12:6 (June 1972): 4-12.

Chong, Key R. Won Buddhism: A History and Theology of Korea's New Religion. Durango, CO: Hollowbrook Publishing, 1995.

Chou, Pokan. ¡°Wonhyo¡¯s View of the Huayan Doctrine.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 109-122.

Chung, Bong-kil. "What is Won Buddhism?" Korea Journal 24:5 (May 1984): 18-32.

Chung, Bong-kil. "Moral Perfection and the Ethics of Grace in Won Buddhism." In Munsan Kim San-yong paksa hwagap kinyom saophoe, ed. Hanguk munhwa wa won pulgyo sasang: Munsan Kim San-yong paksa hwagap kinyom. Iri: Wongwang taehakkyo ch'ulp'anguk, 1985.

Chung, Bong-kil. "The Concept of Dharmakya in Won Buddhism: Metaphysical and Religious Dimensions." Korea Journal 27:1 (January 1987): 4-15.

Chung, Bong-kil. "Won Buddhism: A Synthesis of the Moral Systems of Confucianism and Buddhism." Journal of Chinese Philosophy 15:4 (December 1988): 425-488.

Chung, Bong-kil. ¡°The Position of Won Buddhism in the Cultural History of Korea.¡± (Wongwang taehakkyo chonggyo munje yonguso) Hanguk chonggyo 13 (1988:9): 75-93.

Chung, Bong-kil. The Scriptures of Won Buddhism: A Translation of Wonbulgyo kyojon with Introduction. Honolulu: University of Hawai¡®i Press, 2002.

Chung, Sae Hyang. "The Silla Priests Uisang and Wonhyo." Korean Culture 3:4 (December 1982): 36-43.

Cleary, J.C., tr. A Buddha from Korea: The Zen Teachings of T'aego. Boston: Shambala, 1988.

Covell, Jon Carter. "Manhae as Buddhist Philosopher-Theoretician." Asian and Pacific Quarterly of Cultural and Social Affairs 12:3 (Winter 1980): 1-7.

Cozin, Mark. "Won Buddhism: The Origin and Growth of a New Korean Religion." In Laurel Kendall and Griffin Dix, eds. Religion and Ritual in Korean Society. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley, 1987.

Evon, Gregory Nicholas. "Contestations over Korean Buddhist Identities: The 'Introduction' to the Kyongho-jip." The Review of Korean Studies 4:1 (June 2001): 11-33.

Faure, Bernard. ¡°Random Thoughts: Wonhyo¡¯s ¡®Life¡¯ as Thought.¡± Pulgyo yongu 11-12 (1995): 197-224.

Forte, Antonino. A Jewel in Indra¡¯s Net: The Letter Sent by Fazang in China to Uisang in Korea. Kyoto: The Italian School of East Asian Studies, 2000.

Gard, Richard A. "The Madhyamika in Korea." Indogaku bukkyogaku kenkyu 7:2 (1959:3): 773-755 (60-78).

Gard, Richard A. "The Madhyamika in Korea." In Paek Song-uk paksa songsu kinyom saop wiwonhoe, ed. Pulgyohak nonmunjip: Paek Song-uk paksa songsu kinyom. Seoul: Tongguk taehakkyo, Paek Song-uk paksa songsu kinyom saop wiwonhoe, 1959.

Girndt, Helmut. "Platonic Thinking in the Light of Chinul's Reflections on Son." In Hangukhak ui kwaje wa chonmang: Che-5 hoe kukche haksul hoeui segye Hangukhak taehoe nonmunjip II (Yesul - sasang - sahoe p'yon): Korean Studies, Its Tasks and Perspectives II: Papers of the 5th International Conference on Korean Studies. Songnam: Hanguk chongshin munhwa yonguwon, 1988.

Grayson, James H. "The Role of Early Korean Buddhism in the History of East Asia." Asiatische Studien 34:2 (1980): 51-68.

Grayson, James H. "Religious Syncretism in the Shilla Period: The Relationship between Esoteric Buddhism and Korean Primeval Religion." Asian Folklore Studies 43:2 (1984): 185-198.

Grayson, James H. Early Buddhism and Christianity in Korea: A Study in The Emplantation of Religion. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1985.

Grayson, James H. "The Accommodation of Korean Folk Religion to the Religious Forms of Buddhism: An Example of Reverse Syncretism." Asian Folklore Studies 51:2 (1992): 199-217.

Gregory, Peter N. "The Integration of Ch'an/Son and The Teachings (Chiao/Kyo) in Tsung-mi and Chinul." Pojo sasang 2 (1988): 349-367.

Gregory, Peter N. "The Integration of Ch'an/Son and The Teachings (Chiao/Kyo) in Tsung-mi and Chinul." The Journal of The International Association of Buddhist Studies 12:2 (1989): 7-19.

Han, Ki-du. "Practical Tendency in Modern Korean Buddhism." Korea Journal 13:7 (July 1973): 24-28.

Han, Ki-tu. "The Argument on Son in Late Choson Period." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. Son Thought in Korean Buddhism. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1998.

Han, Sang-ryun. "The Influence of Buddhism in Korea." Korea Observer 3:2 (January 1971): 17-25.

Han, U-gun. "Policies toward Buddhism in Late Koryo and Early Choson." In Lewis R. Lancaster and Chai-shin Yu, eds. Buddhism in the Early Choson: Suppression and Transformation. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.

Ho, Hung-sik. "Buddhism and Koryo Society." In Lewis R. Lancaster, Kikun Suh, and Chai-shin Yu, eds. Buddhism in Koryo: A Royal Religion. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.

Hong, Jung-shik. "The Thought and Life of Wonhyo." In International Cultural Foundation, ed. Buddhist Culture in Korea. Seoul: The Si-sa-yong-o-sa Publishers, Inc., 1982.

Huang, Xinchuan. "Sino-Korean Buddhist Interaction during Sui and T'ang China." Asia-Prashant 2:2 (1995): 22-25.

Huh, Woosung. "Manhae's Understanding of Buddhism." Korea Journal 40:2 (Summer 2000): 65-101.

Huh, Woosung. ¡°Manhae¡¯s Understanding of Buddhism.¡± In Korean National Commission for UNESCO, ed. Korean Philosophy: Its Tradition and Modern Transformation. Elizabeth, NJ: Hollym, 2004.

Hwang, Soo-yong. "Buddhist Sculpture in the Silla Period." In International Cultural Foundation, ed. Buddhist Culture in Korea. Seoul: The Si-sa-yong-o-sa Publishers, Inc., 1982.

Iida, Shotaro. "A Mukung-hwa in Ch'ang-an: A Study of the Life and Works of Wonch'uk (613-696), with Special Interest in the Korean Contributions to the Development of Chinese and Tibetan Buddhism." In Proceedings International Symposium Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of Korean Liberation. Seoul: National Academy of Sciences, 1975.

Iida, Shotaro. "The Three Stupas of Ch'ang An." In Che-1 hoe Hangukhak kukche haksul hoeui nonmunjip: Papers of the 1st International Conference on Korean Studies. Songnam: Hanguk chongshin munhwa yonguwon, 1980.

Iida, Shotaro. "Who Best Can Turn the Dharma-cakra?: A Controversy between Wonch'uk (632-696) and K'uei-chi (632-682)." Indogaku bukkyogaku kenkyo 34:2 (1986:3): 948-941 (11-18).

In, Kwon-hwan. "Buddhist Preachings and Their Korean Acculturation." Korea Journal 12:10 (October 1972): 18-27.

Inoue, Hideo. "The Reception of Buddhism in Korea and Its Impact on Indigenous Culture." In Lewis R. Lancaster and C.S. Yu, eds. Introduction of Buddhism to Korea: New Cultural Patterns. Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1989.

Jan, Yun-hua. "Hui-ch'ao's Record on Kashmir." Kashmir Research Biannual 2 (1961): 115-124.

Jan, Yun-hua. "West India According to Hui-ch'ao's Record." Indian Historical Quarterly 39:1-2 (1963): 27-37.

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Jan, Yun-hua. "Some New Light on Kusinagara from 'The Memoir of Hui-ch'ao.'" Oriens Extremus 12:1 (July 1965): 55-63.

Jan, Yun-hua. "The Korean Record on Varanasi and Sarnath." Vishveshvaranand Indological Journal 4:2 (1966): 264-272.

Jan, Yun-hua. "Some Fresh Reflections on Yasovarma of Kanauj and Maktapida of Kashmir." Journal of Indian History 45:1 (April 1967): 161-179.

Jan, Yun-hua. "South India in the VIII Century: Hui-ch'ao's Description Reexamined." Oriens Extremus 15:2 (December 1968): 169-177.

Jan, Yun-hua. "Hyecho's Memoirs: The Korean Record on Vrnasi and Srnth." Korea Journal 10:9 (September 1970): 28-31.

Jan, Yun-hua. "Mu-Sang and His Philosophy of 'No Thought.'" In Proceedings of the Vth International Symposium. Seoul: National Academy of Sciences, Republic of Korea, 1977.

Jan, Yun-hua. "Fa-Chi and Chinul's Understanding of Tsung-Mi." Pojo sasang 2 (1988): 157-184.

Jang, Hwee-ok. "Wonhyo and Rebirth Tales of Kwangdok and Umjang from Silla." Acta Asiatica 66 (1994): 57-68.

Jang, Hwee-ok. ¡°Wonhyo¡¯s View on Rebirth of the Sentient Beings to the Pure Land.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 171-193.

Jeon, Hae-ju. ¡°Nagarjuna as Viewed in Korean Buddhist Prayer Books.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 277-289.

Jorgensen, John. "Two Themes in Korean Buddhist Thought." Hanguk pulgyohak 7 (1982): 207-223.

Jorgensen, John. ¡°Korean Buddhist Historiography: Issues from the Past for the Future.¡± Pulgyo yongu 14 (1997): 219-260.

Jorgensen, John. "Conflicts between Buddhism and Confucianism in the Choson Dynasty: A Preliminary Survey." Pulgyo yongu 15 (1998): 189-242.

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Kang, Kun Ki. "Prayer and Cultivation of Mind: An Examination of Thomas Merton and Chinul." Son-mu haksul nonjip 1 (1991): 127-144.

Kang, Wi Jo. "The Secularization of Korean Buddhism under the Japanese Colonialism." Korea Journal 19:7 (July 1979): 42-47.

Keel, Hee-Sung. "Buddhism and Political Power in Korean History." The Journal of The International Association of Buddhist Studies 1 (1978): 9-24.

Keel, Hee-Sung. "State and Sangha in Korean History." Korea Journal 21:8 (August 1981): 47-48.

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Keel, Hee-Sung. "Buddhism in Korea: A Historical Introduction." Zeitschrift Missionswissenschaft und Religionswissenschaft 69 (1985:4): 130-139.

Keel, Hee-Sung. "Words and Wordlessness: Hyujong's Approach to Buddhism." Korean Culture 9:3 (Fall 1988): 25-38.

Keel, Hee-Sung. "Salvation According to the Korean Master Chinul and Karl Barth." Buddhist-Christian Studies 9 (1989): 13-23.

Keel, Hee-Sung. "Word and Wordlessness: The Spirit of Korean Buddhism." Korea Journal 33:3 (Autumn 1993): 11-22.

Keel, Hee-Sung. ¡°Word and Wordlessness: The Spirit of Korean Buddhism.¡± In Korean National Commission for UNESCO, ed. Korean Philosophy: Its Tradition and Modern Transformation. Elizabeth, NJ: Hollym, 2004.

Kim, Bokin. "The Irwon Symbol and Its Ecumenical Significance." Buddhist-Christian Studies 14 (1994): 73-87.

Kim, Bokin. "Re-creation of Spirit in Response to Western Material Civilization: Sot'aesan's Perspective." Seoul Journal of Korean Studies 7 (December 1994): 99-109.

Kim, Bokin. "Sot'aesan and the Reformation of Korean Buddhism." Korean Studies 19 (1995): 51-61.

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Kim, Jong Myung. "Chajang (fl. 636-650) and 'Buddhism as National Protector' in Korea: A Reconsideration." In Henrik H. Sorensen, ed. Religions in Traditional Korea. Copenhagen: Seminar for Buddhist Studies, 1995.

Kim, Jong Myung. "Buddhist Rituals in the Koryo Dynasty: Focusing on the P'algwanhoe, Yondunghoe, and Inwanghoe." In The Korea Foundation, ed. A Collection of Theses on Korean Studies. Seoul: The Korea Foundation, 1995.

Kim, Jung-myung. ¡°The Tripitaka Koreana: Its Computerization and Significance for the Cultural Sciences in a Modern Globalized World.¡± In James Lewis and Amadu Sesay, eds. Korea and Globalization: Politics, Economics and Culture. London: Routledge Curzon, 2002.

Kim, Kwangshik. "Buddhist Perspectives on Anti-religious Movements in the 1930s." The Review of Korean Studies 3:1 (July 2000): 55-75.

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Kim, Sang-hyun. ¡°An Investigation of Wonhyo¡¯s Achievement in the Samgukyusa.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 65-89.

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Kim, Seung Chul. "Bodhisattva and Practice-Oriented Pluralism: A Study on the Zen Thought of Yong Woon Han and Its Significance for the Dialogue between Christianity and Buddhism." Buddhist-Christian Studies 18 (1998): 191-205.

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Kim, Yong-pyo. ¡°Hermeneutical Circle of Prajna-Paramita Thought in Candrakirti and Seungnang.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 1 (2002): 109-125.

Kim, Yong-pyo. ¡°Wonhyo¡¯s Interpretation of the Maha-prajna-paramita-sutra: Apparatus Criticus and Translation.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 91-108.

Kim, Yong-tae. "Buddhism in the Three Kingdoms." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. The History and Culture of Buddhism in Korea. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1993.

Kim, Yong-t'ae. "Master Hyujong: His Thought and Dharma Lineage." In Lewis R. Lancaster and Chai-shin Yu, eds. Buddhism in the Early Choson: Suppression and Transformation. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California at Berkeley, 1996.

Kim, Young-tae. "Master Sosan Hyujong's Son Thought." In The Korean Buddhist Research Institute, ed. Son Thought in Korean Buddhism. Seoul: Dongguk University Press, 1998.

Kim, Young-ho. "Buddhism in Korea: Traditions in Syncretic Thought and Self-Enlightenment." In Kim Chongsuh, ed. Reader in Korean Religion. Songnam: The Academy of Korean Studies, 1993.

Kim, Young-Suk. ¡°Wonhyo¡¯s Conception of Buddha-nature in the Thematic Essential of the Mahaparinirvana sutra.¡± International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture 2 (2003): 195-213.

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Koh, Ik-jin. "Introduction of Ch'an (K. Son) in the Later Silla." In Lewis R. Lancaster and C.S. Yu, eds. Assimilation of Buddhism in Korea: Religious Maturity and Innovation in the Silla Dynasty. Berkeley: Asian Humanities Press, 1991.

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Koh, Ik-chin. ¡°Wonhyo and the Foundation of Korean Buddhism.¡± In Korean National Commission for UNESCO, ed. Korean Philosophy: Its Tradition and Modern Transformation. Elizabeth, NJ: Hollym, 2004.

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