作者: John Kieschnick Meir Shahar 译者:
Introduction PART I. INDIAN MYTHOLOGY AND THE CHINESE IMAGINATION Chapter 1. Transformation as Imagination in Medieval Popular Buddhist Literature, Victor Mair Chapter 2. Indian Mythology and the Chinese Imagination: Nezha, Nalakūbara, and Kṛṣṇa, Meir Shahar Chapter 3. Indic Influences on Chinese Mythology: King Yama and His Acolytes as Gods of Destiny, Bernard Faure Chapter 4. Indian Myth Transformed in a Chinese Apocryphal Text: Two Stories on the Buddha’s Hidden Organ, Nobuyoshi Yamabe PART II. INDIA IN CHINESE IMAGININGS OF THE PAST Chapter 5. From Bodily Relic to Dharma Relic Stūpa: Chinese Materialization of the Aśoka Legend in the Wuyue Period, Shi Zhiru Chapter 6. “Ancestral Transmission” in Chinese Buddhist Monasteries: The Example of the Shaolin Temple, Ye Derong Chapter 7. The Hagiography of Bodhidharma: Reconstructing the Point of Origin of Chinese Chan Buddhism, John McRae PART III. CHINESE RETHINKING OF INDIAN BUDDHISM Chapter 8. Is Nirvāṇa the Same as Insentience? Chinese Struggles with an Indian Buddhist Ideal, Robert Sharf Chapter 9. Karma and the Bonds of Kinship in Medieval Daoism: Reconciling the Irreconcilable, Christine Mollier Chapter 10. This Foreign Religion of Ours: Lingbao Views of Buddhist Translation, Stephen R. Bokenkamp Glossary Notes Bibliography List of Contributors Inex 索引
John Kieschnick is Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Professor of Buddhist Studies at Stanford University and the author of The Impact of Buddhism on Chinese Material Culture and Eminent Monk: Buddhist Ideals in Medieval Chinese Hagiography. Meir Shahar is Associate Professor of Chinese Studies at Tel Aviv University and the author of The Shaolin Monastery: History, Religion, and the Chinese Martial Arts and Crazy Ji: Chinese Religion and Popular Literature. Contributors: Stephen R. Bokenkamp, Bernard Faure, John Kieschnick, Victor H. Mair, John R. McRae, Christine Mollier, Meir Shahar, Robert H. Sharf, Nobuyoshi Yamabe, Ye Derong, Shi Zhiru.