Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Kûkai" by John Krummel
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- 1972. Kûkai: Major Works Translated, with an Account of
his Life and a Study of his Thought, Yoshito S. Hakeda (trans.),
New York: Columbia University Press.
- 1972. “Kûkai's Sokushin-Jôbutsu-gi
(Principle of Attaining Buddhahood with the Present Body),” H.
Inagaki (trans.), Asia Minor: A British Journal of Far Eastern
Studies, XVII(2): 190–215. (Scholar)
- 1973. Kôbô daishi Kûkai zenshû
vol. I (Himitsu mandara jûjûshinron), Tokyo:
- 1983. Kôbô daishi Kûkai zenshû
Vol. 2, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
- 1984. Kôbô daishi Kûkai zenshû
Vol. 4, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
- 1985. Sokushinjôbutsugi, Kanaoka Shûyô
(trans. into modern Japanese and commentary), Tokyo: Taiyô
- 2004. On the Differences between the Exoteric and Esoteric
Teachings; The Meaning of Becoming a Buddha in This Very
Body; The Meanings of Sound, Sign, and Reaity; The
Meanings of the Word Hûm; and The Precious
Key to the Secret Treasury. In: Shingon Texts,
Rolf W. Giebel (trans.), Berkeley, CA: Bukkyô Dendô
Kyôkai and Numata Center for Buddhist Translation and
- Abe, Ryûichi, 1999, The Weaving of the Mantra:
Kûkai and the Construction of Esoteric Buddhist Discourse,
New York: Columbia University Press. (Scholar)
- Bogel, Cynthea J., 2009, With a Single Glance: Buddhist Icon
and Early Mikkyo Vision, Seattle: University of Washington
- Fujii, Jun, 2008, Kûkai no shisôteki tenkai no
kenkyû, Tokyo: Toransubyu.
- Gardiner, David, 2008, “Metaphor and Mandala in Shingon Buddhist Theology,” Sophia: International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysical Theology and Ethics, 47(1): 43–55. (Scholar)
- Hakeda, Yoshito S., 1972, Kûkai: Major Works
Translated, with an Account of his Life and a Study of his
Thought, New York: Columbia University Press, 1972. (Scholar)
- Inagaki, H., 1972, “Kûkai's
Sokushin-Jôbutsu-gi (Principle of Attaining Buddhahood
with the Present Body),” Asia Minor: A British Journal of
Far Eastern Studies, XVII(2): 190–215. (Scholar)
- Ingram, Paul O., 1990, “Nature's Jeweled Net: Kûkai's
Ecological Buddhism,” The Pacific World: Journal of the
Institute of Buddhist Studies (New Series), 6: 50–64. (Scholar)
- –––, 1993, “The Jeweled Net of Nature,” Process Studies, 22(3): 134–144. (Scholar)
- Kanaoka, Shûyô, Seigô Matsuoka, Tetsuo Yamaori,
Tadashi Shimizu, Jôsaku Maeda, 1984, Kûkai to
mikkyô uchû, Tokyo: Kôsan tosho.
- Kasulis, Thomas, 1988, “On Knowing the Mystery: Kûkai and Thomas Aquinas,” Buddhist-Christian Studies, 8: 37–45. (Scholar)
- –––, 1988, “Truth Words: The Basis of
Kûkai's Theory of Interpretation,” in Donald S. Lopez
Jr. (ed.), Buddhist Hermeneutics, Honolulu: University of
- –––, 1990, “Kûkai (774–835):
Philosophizing in the Archaic,” in Frank Reynolds and David
Tracy (ed.), Myth and Philosophy, Albany: State University
of New York Press. (Scholar)
- –––, 1995, “Reality as Embodiment: An
Analysis of Kûkai's Sokushinjôbutsu and
Hosshin Seppô,” in Jane Marie Law (ed.),
Religious Reflections on the Human Body, Bloomington:
Indiana University Press: 166–185. (Scholar)
- –––, 2000, “Kûkai,” in
Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, London:
- Kitagawa, Joseph, 1976, “Kûkai as Master and
Savior,” in Frank E. Reynolds and Donald Capps (ed.), The
Biographical Process: Studies in the History and Psychology of
Religion, The Hague: Mouton & Co.: 319–41. (Scholar)
- Kiyota, Minoru, 1978, Shingon Buddhism: Theory and
Practice, Tokyo: Buddhist Books International. (Scholar)
- Matsunaga, Yûkei, 1985, Kûkai: Mugen o
ikiru, Tokyo: Shûeisha. (Scholar)
- Miyasaka, Yûshô, 1979, Mikkyô shisô no
shinri, Kyoto: Jinbun shoin. (Scholar)
- –––, 2003, Kûkai: shôgai to
shisô, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
- Miyasaka, Yûshô, Takeshi Umehara, Shûyû
Kanaoka, ed., 1976, Kûkai no jinsei to shisô,
- Okamura, Keishin, 1978, Mikkyô no riron to jissen,
Tokyo: Shunjûsha, 1978. (Scholar)
- –––, 1985, “Kûkai's Philosophy as a
Mandala,” The Eastern Buddhist (New Series), XVIII(2):
- Parkes, Graham, 2013, “Kûkai and Dôgen as
Exemplars of Ecological Engagement,” Journal of Japanese
Philosophy, 1: 85-110. (Scholar)
- Shaner, David Edward, 1985, The Bodymind Experience in
Japanese Buddhism: A Phenomenological Perspective of Kûkai and
Dôgen, Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
- Shiba, Ryotaro, 2003, Kûkai the Universal: Scenes from
his Life, Akiko Takemoto (trans.), New York: ICG Muse, Inc. (Scholar)
- Snodgrass, Adrian, 1984–86, “The Shingon Buddhist Doctrine of
Interpenetration,” Religious Traditions: A Journal in the
Study of Religion, 7–9: 53–81. (Scholar)
- Yamasaki, Taiko, n.d., Shingon: Japanese Esoteric Buddhism,
Richard & Cynthia Peterson (trans.), Yasuyo Morimoto & David
Kidd (ed.), Fresno: Shingon Buddhist International Institute.
- Wada, Shûjô and Shingen Takagi, ed., 1982,
Kûkai, Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan.
- Watt, Paul B., 1999, “Kûkai” in Buddhist
Spirituality: Later China, Korea, Japan, and the Modern World,
Takeuchi Yoshinori (ed.), New York: Crossroad Pub.
- Winfield, Pamela D., 2013, Icons and Iconoclasm in Japanese Buddhism: Kûkai and Dôgen on the Art of Enlightenment, New York: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
- Various authors, 1984, Kôbôdaishi to gendai,
Kyoto: Chikuma shobô.