Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture

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Engaging Japanese Philosophy: A Short History
Thomas P. Kasulis (December 2017)

Clear Serenity, Quiet Insight: T’ien-t’ai Chih-i’s Mo-ho chih-kuan, 3-volume set
translated by Paul L. Swanson (October 2017)

Secrecy’s Power: Covert Shin Buddhists in Japan and Contraditions of Concealment
Clark Chilson (July 2014)

Nothingness and Desire: A Philosophical Antiphony
James W. Heisig (July 2013)

Celebrity Gods: New Religions, Media, and Authority in Occupied Japan
Benjamin Dorman (2012)

Japanese Philosophy: A Sourcebook
James W. Heisig, Thomas P. Kasulis, and John C. Maraldo, eds. (2011)

The Record of Linji
Ruth Fuller Sasaki, trans.; Thomas Yuho Kirchner, ed. (2008)

Nanzan Guide to Japanese Religions
Paul L. Swanson and Clark Chilson, eds. (2005)

The Logic of Nothingness: A Study of Nishida Kitarō
Robert J. J. Wargo (2005)

Zen Sand: The Book of Capping Phrases for Koan Practice
Victor Sogen Hori, comp., tr., ed. (2003)

Philosophers of Nothingness: An Essay on the Kyoto school
James W. Heisig (2001)

Absolute Delusion, Perfect Buddhahood: The Rise and Fall of a Chinese Heresy
Jamie Hubbard (2000)

Christianity Made in Japan: A Study of Indigenous Movements
Mark R. Mullins (1998)

Pruning the Bodhi Tree: The Storm over Critical Buddhism
Jamie Hubbard and Paul L. Swanson, eds. (1997)

Rude Awakenings: Zen, the Kyoto School, & the Question of Nationalism
James W. Heisig and John C. Maraldo, eds. (1995)