YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko

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Name
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko
E-mail
yamamotootani.ac.jp
Affiliation
Otani University
Section
Faculty of Letters, Department of Buddhist Studies, Buddhist Studies
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ph.D(University of Poona), Litt.D(Otani University)
Research funding number
70319432

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2012
 - 
Today
Professor, Otani University
 
2007
 - 
2012
Associate Professor, Otani University
 
2007
 - 
2008
Associate of the Faculty, Harvard University
 
2004
 - 
2007
Associate Professor, Otani University
 
1999
 - 
2004
Lecturer, Otani University
 

Education

 
Apr 1986
 - 
Mar 1993
Buddhist Studies, Graduate School, Doctor Course, Otani University
 
Apr 1984
 - 
Mar 1986
Buddhist Studies, Graduate School, Master Course, Otani University
 
Apr 1980
 - 
Mar 1984
Buddhist Studies, Faculty of Letters, Otani University
 
 
 - 
1993
Buddhist Studies, Graduate School, Division of Letters, Otani University
 
Nov 1998
 - 
Feb 1992
Sanskrit, Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit, University of Poona
 

Published Papers

 
Right Action (satkāra) in the Yoga Practice
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko
Buddhist Seminar   103 1-14   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
Liberation in Navyanyāya Philosophy
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko
Otani University   1-237   Mar 2012   [Refereed]
Gangesa's Theory of the Absence of Suffering
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko
Buddhist Seminar   (94) 1-13   2011

Misc

 
Perception and Sacred Words in Vācaspati Miśra
Buddhist Seminar   (79) 1-15   2004
Review: Katsuhiko Kamimura (Tr.), Mahābhārata (Japanese Translation from Sanskrit) 1-7
Buddhist Seminar   (77) 83-86   2003
Pakṣatā and Anumiti in Navya-nyāya
Studies in the History of Indian Thought   (10) 27-52   1998
Svarūpasambandha in Nyāya Philosophy : A Historical Survey from Uddyotakara to Gaṅgeśa
Buddhist Seminar   (61) 15-35   1995
The Process of Inferential Cognition in the Navyanyāya
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   46(1) 65-71   1997
The Obstructing Factor of Inferential Cognition in the Navyanyāya
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   45(1) 108-112   1996
Gaṅgeśa on Pakṣatā
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   44(1) 69-73   1995
The Anupalabdhivāda of Śaśadhara's Nyāyasiddhāntadīpa
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   43(1) 6-8   1994
Svarūpa-sambandha in Navya-nyāya
Journal of Religious Studies   64(4) 209-211   1994
Review: Toshihiro Wada, Invariable Concomitance in Navya-nyāya
Buddhist Seminar   (57) 41-49   1993
The Prabhākara Theory Quoted by Raghunātha Śiromaṇi
Journal of Indian Buddhist Studies   42(1) 8-10   1993
Nonerroneous in Dharmakīrti's Definition of Perception
Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies   36(1) 11-13   1987

Books etc

 
The Theory of Liberation in Navyanyāya
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko
Hozokan   Feb 2015   ISBN:978-4-8318-7080-3
Gangesa's Criticism for the Combination Theory of Knowledge and Action
YAMAMOTO Kazuhiko (Part:Contributor)
Mar 2014   
'The Temporal Sequence of Inferential Cognition in Navya-Nyāya', Nyāya-Vasiṣṭha: Felicitation Volume of Prof. V. N. Jha
Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar   2006   
'Raghunātha Śiromaṇi on Pakṣatā and Pratibandhaka', Buddhism and Jainism: Essays in Honour of Dr. Hojun Nagasaki on His Seventieth Birthday
Heirakuji Shoten Lts.   2005   
Paññāsajātaka Thai Recension Nos. 12-18, 22-39 kept in the Otani University Library Transliteration from Manuscripts in Khmer Script
Pāli Manuscript Research Project, Shin Buddhist Comprehensive Research Institute, Otani University   2004   

Works

 
Transliteration from Manuscripts in Khmer Script of Paññāsajātaka kept at the Otani University Library, Pāli Manuscripts Research Project
2001 - 2004
Catalogue of Palm Leaf Manuscripts Kept at the Otani University Library, a member of the editorial staff
1995

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Study of Liberation (mukti) in Indian Philosophy
Project Year: 2007   
A Study on Muktivāda of the Tattvacintāmaṇi by Gaṅgeśa Upādhyāya
A Study of Navyanyāya
Project Year: 1988   
A Study on the Tattvacintāmaṇi by Gaṅgeśa and its Commentary Dīdhiti by Raghunātha