IBUKI Atsushi

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Name
IBUKI Atsushi
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of LiteratureDepartment of Indian Philosophy
Degree
(BLANK)
Research funding number
20250029

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1992
 - 
1996
The Eastern Institute, Research Fellow
 
1993
 - 
1996
The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science,
 
 
   
 
Special Research Fellow
 
1994
 - 
1998
Part-time Lecturer
 
1996
 - 
1999
Toyo University, Lecturer
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1992
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Waseda University
 
 
 - 
1983
Faculty of Literature, Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
Vinaya and the Chan School: Hīnayāna precepts and bodhisattva precepts, Buddhism in the city and Buddhism in the mountains, religion and the state
IBUKI Atsushi
Studies in Chinese Religions   1    Jun 2015   [Invited]
The Social Background of the Reincarnation Story of Shōtoku Taishi( 聖德太子), Its’ Creation and the Transformation
IBUKI Atsushi
52    Mar 2015
Daoxuan's Commentary on the Brahma Net Sutra: the Documentary Value of Japanese Buddhist Materials for the Study of Early Ch'an Buddhism
IBUKI Atsushi
EASTERN PHILOSOPHYAND CULTURE   2 37-58   Mar 2015
The Influence of Chan on the Nianfo jing
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   51-1   2002
The Editorial Process and Tromsformation of the Faju jing
Journal of Buddhist Studis   V. 1-26    2002
On the Northern Chan School's Commentary on the Faju jing,One of the Most Famous Apocrypha in China
TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES   139, 352-376    2002
The Zen Influences on Komparu Zenchiku's Theory of Noh(Part 1)
BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY   54,35-63    2001
The Relationship between Huike and the Niepan lun
TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES   37, 38, 338-356, 255-270    2000
2000-2001
Aspects of Social Reaction Caused by the Appearance of Chan in the Capital
BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY)   53 1-30   2000
Huike and Niepan lun
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   48(1) 196-202   1999
The Diamond sutra in the Early Schools of Chan Buddhism
,333-378    1999
The Citta Vijnana Theory of the Southern School of Dilun
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   47(1) 86-92   1998
The Practices of Dhyana in Early Chan Texts
ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES   24,19-45    1998
The Citta-vijnana Theory of the Northern School of Dilun
Journal of Buddhist Studies   40, 23-59    1998
Jinggang jing bianxiang : One of the Important Materials which Show the Characteristic Aspects of the Buddhism of Song Dinasty-
TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES   35, 214-236    1998
The Commentary on the Lankavatara sutra Attributed to Bodhidharma
BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY (Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY)   51,52,1-23,1-33    1998
1998,1999
Several Problems on the Biographical Story of Huineng and the Editing Process of the Caoxi dashi zhuang
Thought and Religion of Asia   15, 82-109    1998
The Texts of the Jingang jingj jieyi : The Oldest Commentary on the Diamond sutra Attributed to Huineng
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   6,63-218    1997
On the Early Chan Texts Brought to Japan by Saicho
ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES   23,127-201    1997
Reconsideration of the Dhuta sutra
BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY)   50,82-106    1997
Heze School of Chan and the Jingang jing jieyi
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   45(1) 63-67   1996
The Commentaries on the Diamond sutra Attributed to Huineng, the Sixth Patriarch of Chan
ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES   22,49-87    1996
On the Formation of the Dunhuang Version of the Platform Sutra
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   44(1) 77-81   1995
The Formation of the Dunhuang Version of the Platform sutra
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   4,V.1-226    1995
On the Editorial Process of the Dharumadaishi sanron and the Shoushitsu rokumon
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   43(1) 257-261   1994
The Formation and Spreading of the Daruma daishi sanlon and the Shoushitsu rokumon
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   3,V1-115    1994
A Reconstruction of the Xin wang jing, on the Basis of the Chinese Fragments and Sogdian Translation
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   2,48-104    1993
On the Annotation of the Dhuta sutra
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   42(1) 285-288   1993
The Thoughts of the Xin-wang Jing
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   2,1-31    1993
On the Dhuta sutra : An Apocryphal Chinese Sutra of Early Chan Buddhism Translated into Sogdian
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ZEN INSTITUTE   4,146-173    1993
Moheyan and the Dunwu dasheng zhengli jue
ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT   1,1-75    1992
The Developement of the Thought of the Northern School Examined from Transformations of Huijing's Pore xin jing shu
Journal of Buddhist Studies   31,41-67    1992
The Texts of the Dunwu zhenzong jingang bore xiuxing dabian famen yaojue
Tōhō (The East)   8 167-178   1992
New Materials Concerning the Northern School of Chan
ANNUAL REPORT from THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES   17,183-212    1991
Texts of the Dasheng wu fangbian : Development of the Thought of the Northern School of Chan Examined from the Transformations of the Texts
Journal of the Nanto Society for Buddhist Studies   65,71-102    1991
Chan Master Faru and his Followers
JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES   40(1) 110-113   1991
A Study on the Enlarging Process of the Xu gaoseng zhuan
Thought and Religion of Asia   7,58-74    1990
Studies on Huixang, a Buddist in Tang period
BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE   12 33-45   1987
On the forming process of the Touzi heshang yulu
BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE   12,55-68    1985

Books etc

 
Development and Practice of Humanitarian Buddhism : Interdisciplinary Perspectives,
IBUKI Atsushi (Part:Contributor)
Tzu Chi University Press   2007   
The History of Zen
Hōzōkan   2001   
Tun-wu chen-tsung chim-kang po-jo hsiu-hsing pi-an fa-men yao-chueh and Shen-hui
San ki b(]E87C7[)   1992   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on the formation of Zen Buddism