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X. Bibliography

 

 

1. General treatments:

Among the more popular introductions to Buddhism, WILLIAM R. LaFLEUR, Buddhism: A Cultural Perspective (1988), is outstanding. A more advanced overview of the whole Buddhist tradition is provided by JOSEPH M. KITAGAWA and MARK D. CUMMINGS (eds.), Buddhism and Asian History (1989), a collection of some of the articles on Buddhism originally published in MIRCEA ELIADE (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Religion, 16 vol. (1987); these articles, and the others on Buddhism in The Encyclopedia of Religion, contain excellent bibliographies. Another basic introductory work with an extensive bibliography is HEINZ BECHERT and RICHARD GOMBRICH (eds.), The World of Buddhism: Buddhist Monks and Nuns in Society and Culture (1984). Important reference works include TREVOR LING, A Dictionary of Buddhism: Indian and South-East Asian (1981); GEORGE P. MALALASEKERA (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Buddhism (1961- ), appearing in fascicles; and SYLVAIN LÉVI, J. TAKAKUSU, and PAUL DEMIÉVILLE (eds.), Hôbôgirin: dictionnaire encyclopédique du bouddhisme d'après sources chinoises et japonaises (1929- ), also issued in fascicles. An extensive, fully annotated bibliography of Western-language materials is provided in FRANK E. REYNOLDS et al., Guide to Buddhist Religion (1981). More recent references can be located in the sections on Buddhism under each country in the ongoing Bibliography of Asian Studies (annual).

2. Historical development in Asian countries:

Introductions to Buddhist history include E. ZÜRCHER, Buddhism: Its Origin and Spread in Words, Maps, and Pictures (1962); and PETER A. PARDUE, Buddhism: A Historical Introduction to Buddhist Values and the Social and Political Forms They Have Assumed in Asia (1971). More extensive introductory works with essays by a wide range of authors include P.V. BAPAT (ed.), 2500 Years of Buddhism (1956, reprinted 1976); and RENÉ DE BERVAL (ed.), Présence du bouddhisme (1959). Among the major works by individual authors is CHARLES ELIOT, Hinduism and Buddhism: An Historical Sketch, 3 vol. (1921, reprinted 1971), seriously dated but still valuable; sections dealing with Buddhism are included in each of the three volumes and cover all the Buddhist traditions of Asia except that of Japan. The most original and creative of the individually authored works is PAUL MUS, Barabudur, 2 vol. (1935, reprinted in 1 vol., 1978); perhaps the greatest Buddhological work ever written in the West, it has been largely neglected because of its length and difficulty; fortunately, however, the main themes are consolidated in a "Preface" of 305 pages. HAJIME NAKAMURA, Ways of Thinking of Eastern Peoples: India, China, Tibet, Japan, rev. trans. ed. by PHILIP P. WIENER (1964, reissued 1981), is a wide-ranging work that identifies four different Asian ways of thinking by contrasting the distinctive forms in which Buddhism was expressed in the four countries.

One of the best introductions to the historical development of early Buddhism is still SUKUMAR DUTT, The Buddha and Five After-Centuries (1957, reprinted 1978). The classic treatment of the period, which all serious students will want to consult, is ÉTIENNE LAMOTTE, History of Indian Buddhism: From the Origins to the Saka Era (1988; originally published in French, 1958). Two studies that go beyond the early period are A.K. WARDER, Indian Buddhism, 2nd rev. ed. (1980), which emphasizes doctrine; and SUKUMAR DUTT, Buddhist Monks and Monasteries of India (1962), which is based on archaeological as well as textual sources. One of the few good books on Buddhism in India during the 7th and 8th centuries AD is LAL MANI JOSHI, Studies in the Buddhistic Culture of India, 2nd rev. ed. (1977).

The Sri Lankan tradition has been surveyed by RICHARD F. GOMBRICH, Theravada Buddhism: A Social History from Ancient Benares to Modern Colombo (1988). It can be supplemented by GANANATH OBEYESEKERE, FRANK REYNOLDS, and BARDWELL L. SMITH, Two Wheels of Dhamma: Essays on the Theravada Tradition in India and Ceylon (1972); and BARDWELL L. SMITH (ed.), Religion and Legitimation of Power in Sri Lanka (1978). For the premodern period, WALPOLA RAHULA, History of Buddhism in Ceylon: The Anuradhapura Period, 3d Century BC-10th Century AD (1956, reissued 1966), is still useful. For the early modern period, KITSIRI MALALGODA, Buddhism in Sinhalese Society, 1750-1900: A Study of Religious Revival and Change (1976), makes a major contribution. The contemporary situation is presented in RICHARD F. GOMBRICH, Precept and Practice: Traditional Buddhism in the Rural Highlands of Ceylon (1971); and GEORGE D. BOND, The Buddhist Revival in Sri Lanka: Religious Tradition, Reinterpretation, and Response (1988).

On Southeast Asia, book-length treatments of Buddhism are limited to the countries of the mainland. The best introductory survey that covers most of these countries is ROBERT C. LESTER, Theravada Buddhism in Southeast Asia (1973); it should be supplemented by BARDWELL L. SMITH (ed.), Religion and Legitimation of Power in Thailand, Laos, and Burma (1978). More detailed studies of Buddhism in Myanmar include three historical works: NIHARRANJAN RAY, Sanskrit Buddhism in Burma (1936), and An Introduction to the Study of Theravada Buddhism in Burma: A Study in Indo-Burmese Historical and Cultural Relations from the Earliest Times to the British Conquest (1946); and MICHAEL AUNG-THWIN, Pagan: The Origins of Modern Burma (1985). Books on more contemporary topics include E. SARKISYANZ, Buddhist Backgrounds of the Burmese Revolution (1965); WINSTON L. KING, A Thousand Lives Away: Buddhism in Contemporary Burma (1964, reissued 1990); and MELFORD E. SPIRO, Buddhism and Society: A Great Tradition and Its Burmese Vicissitudes, 2nd expanded ed. (1982).

Various historical and contemporary aspects of Thai Buddhism are explored in STANLEY J. TAMBIAH, World Conqueror and World Renouncer: A Study of Buddhism and Polity in Thailand Against a Historical Background (1976), and The Buddhist Saints of the Forest and the Cult of Amulets: A Study in Charisma, Hagiography, Sectarianism, and Millenial Buddhism (1984); and DONALD K. SWEARER, Wat Haripuñjaya: A Study of the Royal Temple of the Buddha's Relic, Lamphun, Thailand (1976). For the Indochinese traditions, the reader can consult the dated classic by ADHÉMARD LECLÈRE, Le Buddhisme au Cambodge (1899, reprinted 1975); see also THICH THIEN-AN, Buddhism and Zen in Vietnam in Relation to the Development of Buddhism in Asia (1975).

By far the best introduction to Chinese Buddhism is PAUL DEMIEVILLE, "Le Bouddhisme chinois," which is published in two collections: HENRI-CHARLES PUECH (ed.), Histoire des religions, vol. 1 (1970), pp. 1249-1319; and PAUL DEMIEVILLE, Choix d'études bouddhiques, 1929-1970 (1973), pp. 365-435. A readable but dated work is ARTHUR F. WRIGHT, Buddhism in Chinese History (1959, reprinted 1971). KENNETH K.S. CH'EN, Buddhism in China: A Historical Survey (1964, reprinted 1972), provides a survey of the entire tradition. E. ZÜRCHER, The Buddhist Conquest of China: The Spread and Adaptation of Buddhism in Early Medieval China, 2 vol. (1959, reprinted 1972), covers the period up to the early 5th century AD. A detailed study of religion and politics at the high point of Chinese Buddhism is STANLEY WEINSTEIN, Buddhism Under the T'ang (1987). A significant though often overlooked topic is covered by DANIEL L. OVERMYER, Folk Buddhist Religion: Dissenting Sects in Late Traditional China (1976). The modern period is treated by HOLMES WELCH, The Buddhist Revival in China (1968), and Buddhism Under Mao (1972).

JOSEPH M. KITAGAWA, Religion in Japanese History (1966), sets Japanese Buddhist traditions in their cultural context. Broad-ranging historical studies that focus more exclusively on Buddhism are CHARLES ELIOT, Japanese Buddhism (1935, reissued 1969); SHINSHO HANAYAMA, A History of Japanese Buddhism (1960); DAIGAN MATSUNAGA and ALICIA MATSUNAGA, Foundation of Japanese Buddhism, 2 vol. (1974-76); and WILLIAM R. LaFLEUR, The Karma of Words: Buddhism and the Literary Arts in Medieval Japan (1983). HELEN HARDACRE, Kurozumikyo and the New Religions of Japan (1986), discusses one of the Buddhist-oriented "new religions."

For Tibet and neighbouring countries, the best introduction is GUISEPPE TUCCI, The Religions of Tibet (1980; originally published in German, 1970); it can be supplemented by R.A. STEIN, Tibetan Civilization (1972; originally published in French, 1962), which emphasizes the integration of religion and culture in Tibet and Mongolia. The formation of the tradition is treated in depth by DAVID SNELLGROVE, Indo-Tibetan Buddhism: Indian Buddhists and Their Tibetan Successors, 2 vol. (1987), particularly in vol. 2.

3. The Buddha:

A short but helpful introduction for those new to Buddhism is MICHAEL CARRITHERS, The Buddha (1983). A more extensive treatment that is based on artistic as well as textual evidence is provided in ALFRED FOUCHER, La Vie du Bouddha (1949), available also in an abridged English translation, The Life of the Buddha (1963, reissued 1972); it may be supplemented by his Les Vies antérieures du Bouddha (1955), a survey of the Buddha's previous lives. An excellent though technical study of the earliest sources is ANDRÉ BAREAU, Recherches sur la biographie du Buddha dans les Sutrapitaka et les Vinayapitaka anciens, 2 vol. in 3 (1963-70).

In addition to works on the Buddha Gotama, readers may wish to consult three important books on related topics: HAR DAYAL, The Bodhisattva Doctrine in Buddhist Sanskrit Literature (1932, reissued 1978), a classic; MARIE-THÉRÈSE DE MALLMANN, Introduction à l'étude d'Avalokiteçvara (1948, reissued 1967); and ALAN SPONBERG and HELEN HARDACRE (eds.), Maitreya, the Future Buddha (1988).

4. Dharma:

A lucid introduction to basic Buddhist teachings presented in a modernist Theravada mode is WALPOLA RAHULA, What the Buddha Taught, 2nd ed. (1967, reissued 1978). For a similar presentation of Buddhist ethics, see H. SADDHATISSA, Buddhist Ethics: Essence of Buddhism (1970); and GUNAPALA DHARMASIRI, Fundamentals of Buddhist Ethics (1989). A more nuanced presentation of basic Buddhist teaching by a more diverse group of scholars can be found in KENNETH W. MORGAN (ed.), The Path of the Buddha: Buddhism Interpreted by Buddhists (1956, reissued 1986). A high-quality collection of essays covering a variety of traditions may be found in DONALD S. LOPEZ, JR. (ed.), Buddhist Hermeneutics (1988). An advanced treatment of a broad range of Buddhist positions is provided in J. TAKAKUSU, The Essentials of Buddhist Philosophy, 3rd ed. (1956, reissued 1978). Those interested in the history of Western scholarship will want to consult GUY RICHARD WELBON, The Buddhist Nirvana and Its Western Interpreters (1968, reprinted 1975).

The classic study of the early Buddhist schools is ANDRÉ BAREAU, Les Sectes bouddhiques du petit véhicule (1955). The doctrine of the Sarvastivadins, which is especially important for later Buddhist philosophy, is presented by TH. STCHERBATSKY, The Central Conception of Buddhism and the Meaning of the Word "Dharma" (1923, reissued 1974). The early Theravada teaching is discussed in JOHN ROSS CARTER, Dhamma: Western Academic and Sinhalese Buddhist Interpretation (1978); and in the excellent work by STEVEN COLLINS, Selfless Persons: Imagery and Thought in Theravada Buddhism (1982). Theravada ethics are discussed in WINSTON L. KING, In the Hope of Nibbana (1964). King has also published Theravada Meditation: The Buddhist Transformation of Yoga (1980), a significant work. The teachings of an important contemporary reformer are comprehensively presented by LOUIS GABAUDE, Une Herméneutique Bouddhique contemporaine de Thaïlande: Buddhadasa Bhikku (1988).

EDWARD CONZE, Buddhist Thought in India: Three Phases of Buddhist Philosophy (1962, reprinted 1983), is a good introduction to the development of Buddhist philosophy in India. More detailed studies include the classic L. DE LA VALLÉE POUSSIN, Le Dogme et la philosophie du bouddhisme (1930); and D. SEYFORT RUEGG, The Study of Indian and Tibetan Thought (1967), a difficult but important work. The rise of Mahayana is considered by PAUL WILLIAMS, Mahayana Buddhism: The Doctrinal Foundation (1989). Among the several excellent books on the Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna, two deserve special mention: T.R.V. MURTI, The Central Philosophy of Buddhism (1955, reissued 1980); and FREDERICK I. STRENG, Emptiness: A Study in Religious Meaning (1967). A central topic is treated in WILLIAM MONTGOMERY McGOVERN, A Manual of Buddhist Philosophy, vol. 1, Cosmology (1923, reprinted 1977); and RANDY KLOETZLI, Buddhist Cosmology: From Single World System to Pure Land: Science and Theology in the Images of Motion and Light (1983). For studies of the Indo-Tibetan Tantric tradition, see SHASHI BHUSHAN DASGUPTA, An Introduction to Tantric Buddhism, 2nd ed. (1958, reprinted 1974); and ALEX WAYMAN, The Buddhist Tantras: Light on Indo-Tibetan Esoterism (1973), a collection of more specialized essays.

Among the East Asian traditions, Ch'an (Zen) has been the most adequately studied. See, for example, HEINRICH DUMOULIN, Zen Buddhism: A History, 2 vol. (1988-89; originally published in German, 1959); T.P. KASULIS, Zen Action/Zen Person (1981), a lucid presentation; and WINSTON KING, Death Was His Koan: The Samurai-Zen of Suzuki Shosan (1986). Significant books that introduce the teachings of other East Asian schools include FRANCIS H. COOK, Hua-yen Buddhism: The Jewel Net of Indra (1977); MINORU KIYOTA, Shingon Buddhism: Theory and Practice (1978); and ALFRED BLOOM, Shinran's Gospel of Pure Grace (1965).

In recent years Buddhists have begun to address Western philosophy and Christian thought in a serious way. KEIJI NISHITANI, Religion and Nothingness (1982), is an expression of the Kyoto school of Japanese Buddhist thinkers who have taken Western philosophy very seriously. GUNAPALA DHARMASIRI, A Buddhist Critique of the Christian Concept of God (1974, reissued 1988), is a Sri Lankan Buddhist's more polemical engagement with Christian theology.

5. Sangha:

The basic "constitution" of the Buddhist sangha is discussed in JOHN CLIFFORD HOLT, Discipline, the Canonical Buddhism of the Vinayapitaka (1981). SUKUMAR DUTT, Early Buddhist Monachism, 600 B.C.-100 B.C. (1924, reissued 1984), traces the early history of the sangha in India. H.D. SANKALIA, The University of Nalanda, 2nd rev. and enlarged ed. (1972), recounts the history of one of the most important of all Buddhist monastic establishments.

The best study of premodern monasticism in the Theravada world is R.A.L.H. GUNAWARDANA, Robe and Plough: Monasticism and Economic Interest in Early Medieval Sri Lanka (1979). Discussions of more recent monastic situations include E. MICHAEL MENDELSON, Sangha and State in Burma: A Study of Monastic Sectarianism and Leadership (1975); and JANE BUNNAG, Buddhist Monk, Buddhist Layman: A Study of Urban Monastic Organization in Central Thailand (1973). A more idyllic picture of Theravada monastic life is depicted by MICHAEL CARRITHERS, The Forest Monks of Sri Lanka: An Anthropological and Historical Study (1983). The relationship between the monastic community and society is definitively treated in HEINZ BECHERT, Buddhismus, Staat und Gesellschaft in den Ländern des Theravada-Buddhismus, 3 vol. (1966-73).

Good book-length discussions of Buddhist monasteries and monastic life in Central and East Asia are fewer, but the following can be recommended: ROBERT J. MILLER, Monasteries and Culture Change in Inner Mongolia (1959); J. PRIP-MØLLER, Chinese Buddhist Monasteries (1937, reissued 1967); J.J.M. de GROOT, La Code du mahâyâna en Chine: son influence sur la vie monacale et sur le monde laïque (1893, reprinted 1980); and HOLMES WELCH, The Practice of Chinese Buddhism: 1900-1950 (1967), a detailed discussion of monastic institutions. One aspect of monastic life in Japan has been presented by DAISETZ TEITARO SUZUKI, The Training of the Zen Buddhist Monk (1934, reprinted 1974). NEIL McMULLIN, Buddhism and the State in Sixteenth-Century Japan (1984), is a historical study.

6. Myths and legends:

Except for the myth of Shakyamuni, Buddhist myths and legends have not, for the most part, received extended scholarly discussion. One of the few studies of Theravada materials is TREVOR LING, Buddhism and the Mythology of Evil: A Study of Theravada Buddhism (1962). JOHN S. STRONG, The Legend of King Ashoka: A Study and Translation of Ashokavadana (1983), though it has a pan-Buddhist relevance, focuses on a Sanskrit Hinayana tradition in superb fashion. For Mahayana and Vajrayana/Esoteric mythology, two major sources are available: the Mythologie asiatique illustrée (1928), which provides extensive coverage of the relevant material; and ALICE GETTY, The Gods of Northern Buddhism: Their History, Iconography, and Progressive Evolution Through the Northern Buddhist Countries, 2nd ed. (1928, reprinted 1988). ALICIA MATSUNAGA, The Buddhist Philosophy of Assimilation: The Historical Development of the Honji-Suijaku Theory (1969), discusses the way in which Buddhism assimilated local deities and cults in China and particularly in Japan.

7. Images and symbols:

Two books that provide excellent Pan-Asian introductions are DIETRICH SECKEL, The Art of Buddhism (1964; originally published in German, 1962); and DAVID L. SNELLGROVE (ed.), The Image of the Buddha (1978). A less readable collection, though on a very important topic, is ANNA LIBERA DALLAPICCOLA and STEPHANIE ZINGEL-AVE LALLEMANT (eds.), The Stupa: Its Religious, Historical, and Architectural Significance (1979).

Although there are many studies of Buddhist images and symbols, few of them focus on the distinctively Buddhist significance of such images. Among the exceptions are ANANDA K. COOMARASWAMY, Elements of Buddhist Iconography, 3rd ed. (1979); an important book-length article by PAUL MUS, "Le Buddha Paré: son origine indienne: Çakyamuni dans le mahayanisme moyen," Bulletin de l'École Française d'Extrême-Orient, 28:(1-2)153-280 (January-June 1928); MARIE-THÉRÈSE MALLMANN, Introduction à l'iconographie du tântrisme bouddhique (1975); a number of the articles contained in LUIS O. GÓMEZ and HIRAM W. WOODWARD, JR. (eds.), Barabudur: History and Significance of a Buddhist Monument (1981); FERDINAND DIEDERICH LESSING, Yung-Ho-Kung: An Iconography of the Lamaist Cathedral in Peking, with Notes on Lamaist Mythology and Cult (1942), a very complex work; RYUJUN TAJIMA, Les Deux Grand Mandalas et la doctrine de l'ésotérisme shingon (1959); and SHIN'ICHI HISAMATSU, Zen and the Fine Arts (1971, reissued 1982).

8. Popular religious practices:

Though many books on various topics mention popular religious practices, few full-length studies are available. STEPHEN F. TEISER, The Ghost Festival in Medieval China (1988), a reconstruction and analysis, is the best work available on premodern rites and ceremonies. Among the full-length studies based to a considerable extent on personal observation, three of the most interesting focus on Thailand and Laos: KENNETH E. WELLS, Thai Buddhism: Its Rites and Activities (1960, reprinted 1982); STANLEY J. TAMBIAH, Buddhism and the Spirit Cults in North-East Thailand (1970); and MARCEL ZAGO, Rites et cérémonies en milieu bouddhiste lao (1972). There are four quite different but equally interesting works that focus on practices in Tibet and neighbouring regions: ROBERT B. EKVALL, Religious Observances in Tibet: Patterns and Function (1964); STEPHEN BEYER, The Cult of Tara: Magic and Ritual in Tibet (1973), an important descriptive and interpretive work; and two anthropological studies by SHERRY B. ORTNER, Sherpas Through Their Rituals (1978) and High Religion: A Cultural and Political History of Sherpa Buddhism (1989).

9. Contemporary trends:

Since the mid-1960s, two broad surveys of Buddhism in the modern world have been published. ERNST BENZ, Buddhism or Communism: Which Holds the Future of Asia? (1965; originally published in German, 1963), though rather superficial and seriously dated, contains interesting material on Buddhist reform movements that have crossed national boundaries. HEINRICH DUMOULIN and JOHN C. MARALDO (eds.), Buddhism in the Modern World (1976; originally published in German, 1970), includes essays on Buddhism in various regions and countries in Asia, Europe, and America.

Several books have been published that deal with the new Buddhist communities that have been established in India and in the West: TREVOR LING, Buddhist Revival in India: Aspects of the Sociology of Buddhism (1980); KOSHO YAMAMOTO, Buddhism in Europe: Report of a Journey to the West, in 1966, of an Eastern Buddhist (1967); EMMA McCLOY LAYMAN, Buddhism in America (1976); CHARLES S. PREBISH, American Buddhism (1979); and LOUISE H. HUNTER, Buddhism in Hawaii: Its Impact on a Yankee Community (1971). 

  • 불교
    • 붓다 그 생애와 사상 : 마스다니 후미오, 반영규 역, 대원정사, 1987
    • 불교연구입문 : 平川彰, 양기봉 역, 경서원, 1987
    • 불교란 무엇인가 : 서경보, 서음출판사, 1984
    • 불교사상개론(불교사상전집 1) : 이종익, 경성문화사, 1982
    • 밀교 : 석지현, 현암사, 1977
    • 숫타니파아타 :, 법정 역, 정음사, 1974
    • 불교개론 : 增谷文雄, 이원섭 역, 현암사, 1973
  • 원시불교
    • 원시불교(다르마총서 25) : 후라오 발르너, 박태섭 역, 고려원, 1991
    • 원시불교와 부파불교 : 후지다 고다쓰·스가누마 아끼라·사꾸라베 하지메 공저, 이지수 역, 대원정사, 1989
    • 초기부파불교의 역사 : 후지다 고다쓰 외, 권오민 역, 민족사, 1989
    • 원시불교 : 水野弘元, 김현 역, 지학사, 1985
    • 불교의 시발역 : 水野弘元, 동봉 역, 진영출판사, 1985
    • 원시불교사상(불교사상전집 2) : 김동화, 경성문화사, 1982
  • 대승불교
    • 대승불교총설 : 金岡秀友, 안중철 역, 불교시대사, 1992
    • 대승불교의 핵심 : 윤성해, 우리출판사, 1991
    • 초기 대승불교의 종교생활 : 平川彰, 심법제 역, 민족사, 1989
    • 대승불교개설 : 평천창·미산웅일·고기직도 공저, 정승석 역, 김영사, 1984
    • 대승불교사상(불교사상전집 3) : 김동화, 경성문화사, 1982
    • 불교의 대승교리 : 노점순 편, 삼원출판사, 1978
  • 인도불교
    • 인도불교사 상·: 平川彰, 이호근 역, 민족사, 1990
    • 인도불교철학 : 카지야마 유이치, 권오민 역, 민족사, 1990
    • 인도불교 : 나라야스키, 정호영 역, 민족사, 1990
    • 인도불교의 인식과 논리 : 카지야마 유이치, 전치수 역, 민족사, 1989
    • 인도불교사상사 : 에드워드 론즈, 주민황·안성두 공역, 민족사, 1988
    • 힌두교와 불교(종교사회학 2) : M. 베버, 홍윤기 역, 한국신학연구소, 1987
    • 인도철학사 : 길희성, 민음사, 1984
  • 중국불교
    • 중국선종의 성립사 연구 : 정성본, 민족사, 1991
    • 중국불교 상 : K. S. 케네스첸, 박해당 역, 민족사, 1991
    • 중국불교사 : 장원규, 고려원, 1990
    • 선의 사상과 역사 : 柳田聖山, 안영길·추만호 공역, 민족사, 1989
    • 선종사상사 : 關口眞大, 이영자 역, 홍법원, 1988
    • 중국불교사 : 鎌田茂雄, 정순일 역, 경서원, 1985
    • 중국정토교리사 : 望月信亭, 법장관, 1942
  • 일본불교
    • 일본불교사 : 石田瑞磨, 이영자 역, 민족사, 1988
    • 일본불교 : 도변조괭, 이영자 역, 경서원, 1987
    • 日本宗敎史 : 比屋根安定, 敎文館, 1951
    • 日本佛敎史開說 : 圭室諦成, 文館, 1940
  • 티베트불교
    • 티베트불교사 : 야자키쇼켄 외, 이호근 외 역, 민족사, 1990
    • 티베트, 인간과 문화 : 티베트문화연구소 편, 열화당, 1988
  • 한국불교
    • 한국불교사상사연구 : 안계현, 동국대학교 출판부, 1989
    • 한국고대불교사상사 : 고익진, 동국대학교 출판부, 1989
    • 한국불교사 : 鎌田茂雄, 신현숙 역, 민족사, 1988
    • 근대한국불교사론 : 불교사학회 편, 민족사, 1988
    • 한국의 불교사상 : 이영무, 민족문화사, 1987
    • 한국화엄사상사연구 : 불교사학회, 민족사, 1987
    • 삼국시대의 불교사상 : 김동화, 민족문화사, 1987
    • 고려불교사연구 : 허흥식, 일조각, 1986
    • 한국정토사상연구 : 불교문화연구원 편, 동국대학교 출판부, 1985
    • 현대한국불교론-현대한국불교의 진단과 반성 : 불교사회문화연구소 편, 여래, 1983
    • 한국불교의 새얼굴 : 휴암, 은해사 기기암, 1980
    • 한국근대 민중불교의 이념과 전개 : 한종만 편, 한길사, 1980
    • 조선불교통사 : 이능화, 중앙대학교 영신아카데미 한국학연구소, 1977
    • 신라불교의 이념과 역사 : 조명기, 신태양사, 1962
  • 사전
    • 불교사전 : 경허용하, 동국대학교 출판부, 1992
    • 불교학대사전 : 홍법원 편집부 편, 홍법원, 1990
    • 불전해설사전 : 정승석 편, 민족사, 1989
    • 불교대사전 : 한국불교대사전편찬위원회 편, 보련각, 1984
   


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