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Nantenbō to sono shisō tenkai 南天棒とその思想展開

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Title:Nantenbō to sono shisō tenkai 南天棒とその思想展開
Nantenbō and the development of his thought
Authors:Mohr, Michel
Keywords:Rinzai Zen
Japanese religions--Meiji era
LC Subject Headings:Zen Buddhism
Japanese religions--reformers
Date Issued:Mar 2000
Publisher:Kindai bukkyō 近代仏教, journal
Citation:Mōru Misheru モール・ミシェル. 2000. "Nantenbō to sono shisō tenkai" 南天棒とその思想展開 (Nantenbō and the development of his thought). Kindai bukkyō 近代仏教 (7): 50–69.
Abstract:Investigation focusing on the unconventional Zen teacher Tōshū (or Tōjū) Zenchū 鄧州全忠, known as Nantenbō 南天棒 (Nakahara 中原 1839–1925), whose "chamber name" was Hakugaikutsu 白崖窟. This article provides hitherto unpublished materials.
Pages/Duration:20 pages
Rights:Rights belong to the Society for the Study of Modern Japanese Buddhist History 日本近代仏教史研究会.
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