Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Kūkai" by John Krummel

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Primary Sources

  • 1972. Kūkai: 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. “Kūkai’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 Kūkai zenshû vol. I (Himitsu mandara jûjûshinron), Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
  • 1983. Kôbô daishi Kūkai zenshû Vol. 2, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
  • 1984. Kôbô daishi Kūkai zenshû Vol. 4, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
  • 1985. Sokushinjôbutsugi, Kanaoka Shûyô (trans. into modern Japanese and commentary), Tokyo: Taiyô shuppan, 1985.
  • 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 Research.
  • 2010. Kūkai on the Philosophy of Language, Shingen Takagi and Thomas Eijo Dreitlein (trans.), Tokyo: Keio University Press.

Secondary Sources

  • Abe, Ryûichi, 1999, The Weaving of the Mantra: Kūkai 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 Press. (Scholar)
  • Fujii, Jun, 2008, Kūkai 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, Kūkai: Major Works Translated, with an Account of his Life and a Study of his Thought, New York: Columbia University Press. (Scholar)
  • Inagaki, H., 1972, “Kūkai’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.
  • Ingram, Paul O., 1990, “Nature’s Jeweled Net: Kūkai’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)
  • Izutsu, Toshihiko, 2001, Ishiki to honshitsu, Tokyo: Iwanami shoten. (Scholar)
  • Kanaoka, Shûyô, Seigô Matsuoka, Tetsuo Yamaori, Tadashi Shimizu, Jôsaku Maeda, 1984, Kūkai to mikkyô uchû, Tokyo: Kôsan tosho.
  • Kasulis, Thomas, 1988, “On Knowing the Mystery: Kūkai and Thomas Aquinas,” Buddhist-Christian Studies, 8: 37–45. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1988, “Truth Words: The Basis of Kūkai’s Theory of Interpretation,” in Donald S. Lopez Jr. (ed.), Buddhist Hermeneutics, Honolulu: University of Hawaii. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1990, “Kūkai (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 Kūkai’s Sokushinjôbutsu and Hosshin Seppô,” in Jane Marie Law (ed.), Religious Reflections on the Human Body, Bloomington: Indiana University Press: 166–185. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2000, “Kūkai,” in Concise Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, London: Routledge.
  • Kitagawa, Joseph, 1976, “Kūkai 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, Kūkai: Mugen o ikiru, Tokyo: Shûeisha. (Scholar)
  • Miyasaka, Yûshô, 1979, Mikkyô shisô no shinri, Kyoto: Jinbun shoin. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2003, Kūkai: shôgai to shisô, Tokyo: Chikuma shobô.
  • Miyasaka, Yûshô, Takeshi Umehara, Shûyû Kanaoka, ed., 1976, Kūkai no jinsei to shisô, Tokyo: Shunjûsha.
  • Nakazawa, Shin’ichi, 1988, Seppen kyokusenron, Tokyo: Chûôkôronshinsha. (Scholar)
  • Okamura, Keishin, 1978, Mikkyô no riron to jissen, Tokyo: Shunjûsha, 1978. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1985, “Kūkai’s Philosophy as a Mandala,” The Eastern Buddhist (New Series), XVIII(2): 19–34.
  • Parkes, Graham, 2013, “Kūkai 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 Kūkai and Dôgen, Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • Shiba, Ryotaro, 2003, Kūkai 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)
  • Tamaki, Kôshirô, 1974, Nihon bukkyô shisô ron, Kyoto: Heirakuji shoten. (Scholar)
  • Ueda, Shizuteru, 2002, “Basho to mandara” in Ueda Shizuteru shû dai kyû maki: Kokû/sekai, Tokyo: Iwanami shoten: 295–322. (Scholar)
  • Umehara, Takeshi, 1980, Kūkai no shisô ni tsuite, Tokyo: Kôdansha.
  • Yamasaki, Taiko, n.d., Shingon: Japanese Esoteric Buddhism, Richard & Cynthia Peterson (trans.), Yasuyo Morimoto & David Kidd (ed.), Fresno: Shingon Buddhist International Institute.
  • Yanagida, Kenjûrô, 2008, Nihon shingon no tetsugaku: Kūkai Hizôhôyaku to Ben’kenmitsu nikyôron, Tokyo: Daihôrinkaku. (Scholar)
  • Yuasa, Yasuo, 1987, The Body: Toward an Eastern Mind-Body Theory, Shigenori Nagatomo (trans.), Albany, NY: SUNY Press. (Scholar)
  • Yuasa, Yasuo, 1990, Shintairon: Tôyôteki shinsin ron to gendai, Tokyo: Kôdansha. (Scholar)
  • Wada, Shûjô and Shingen Takagi, ed., 1982, Kūkai, Tokyo: Yoshikawa Kobunkan.
  • Watt, Paul B., 1999, “Kūkai” 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: Kūkai and Dôgen on the Art of Enlightenment, New York: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Various authors, 1984, Kôbôdaishi to gendai, Kyoto: Chikuma shobô.

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