|The revival of Yogācāra studies in seventeenth-century China and the use of Buddhist syllogism in anti-Christian polemics|
|Author||Wu Jiang, 吳疆, 1969-|
|Pub. Location||Cambridge, MA||Publisher||Committee on the Study of Religion, Harvard University|
|Date||2001||Phys. Desc.||28 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. (from pdf doc)|
|Location||Case X||Call Number||BX3705.A2 W86 2001|
|By Jiang Wu, Ph. D Candidate, Committee on the Study of Religion, Harvard University.|
Printed and bound essay originally available on the web in .pdf. Article available on Springerlink (for subscribers).
" ... the pages 10-21 deal with Feiyin Tongrong's refutation (in Poxie ji) of Ricci's Tianzhu shiyi ... includes two colour-pictures, of the abbot Miyun Yuanwu and of Feiyin Tongrong (courtesy of Manpukuji, Uji, Japan). Jiang is the author of a dissertation (Harvard) on the formation of a Chan denomination, the early Huangbo (Obaku) School in China .... the article refers, among other literature, to Zhou Erfang, "Ba Tiantong Miyun chanshi Biantian shuo" (Postface to [the anti-Christian] Biantian shuo of the Chan master Miyun of the Tiantong monastery) in Wenxian 82 (1999.4), pp. 285-287 (on an edition older than and slightly different from that included in Poxie ji and kept in the Shanghai Library)" --Ad Dudink.