TAKASAKI Jikido

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Name
TAKASAKI Jikido
Degree
D.Litt.(The University of Tokyo), Ph. D(University of Poona, India)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1957
 - 
1959
Lecturer, Faculty of Buddhist Studies,
 
 
   
 
Komazawa U.
 
1959
 - 
1963
Assistant, Faculty of Letters, Univ. of Tokyo
 
1963
 - 
1968
Lecturer, Fac. of Buddhist Studies, Komazawa
 
 
   
 
Univ.
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1959
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Univ. of Poona
 
 
 - 
1950
Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
Formation of the Soto Sect in Japan
Bulletin of the Institute of Buddhist Culture Tsurumi University   (1) 23-47   1996
Some Remarks on the Daijo-ji Manuscripts of the TOKOKU-KI
Bulletin of the Institute of Buddhist Culture Tsurumi University   (2) 25-51   1997
Floating between Indian and Chinese Buddhism
(Thoughts and Religiums of Asia), Journal of the Repartment of Oriental Philosophy. School of Literature, Waseda Univ.   (15) 147-165   1998
Prince Shotoku as imaged by a Chinese Buddhist Monk in T'ang Dynasty
TOMINOOGAWA 2   (2)    1998
The Tath(]E87BC[)gatagarbha Thought : Its Transmission from India to China (A Survey of Studies)
Hokkaido Journal of Indological and Buddhist Studies   (13) 163-179   1998

Books etc

 
A STUDY ON THE RATNAGOTRAVIBH(]J1007[)GA (UTTARATANTRA), being a Treatise on the Tath(]J1107[)gatagarbha Theory of Mahayana Buddhism (Serie Orientale Roma, XXXIII)
IsMEO, Rome   1966   
FORMATION OF THE TATH(]J1007[)GATAGARBHA THEORY
1974   
AN INTRODUCTION TO BUDDHISM (translated into English by Rolf W. Giebel)
The Tohogakkai   1987   
The Ratnagotravibh(]J1107[)ga-a Japanese translation with notes-
1989   
"An(]E87BC[)dik(]E87BC[)liko dh(]E87BC[)tu" Reconsidered
Dr. SUGURO Shinjo Festschrift Volume on the occasion of his Seventieth Birthday   1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Philological Studies in Vij(]J1148[)(]J1107[)nav(]J1107[)da and Tath(]J1107[)gatagarbha Theory in Mahayana Buddhism
Interdisciplinary Studies on the Temple Sites , Cemeteries and other Budahist Renaains in Kamarcura , the Serni Capital City in Medieval Japan.
Project Year: 1996 - 2000