Philosophy East and West, vols. 26-50 (1976-2000): Article Index

Article Index by Author and Title

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A. C. Graham, 1919-1991 [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], Henry Rosemont, Jr., 42 (1): 1-2

Ayurveda and the Hindu Philosophical Systems, Gerald James Larson, 37 (3): 245-259

Abelsen, Peter, Schopenhauer and Buddhism, 43 (2): 255-278

Abstracts of Paper Presentations [Interpreting across Boundaries: A Conference of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy], 36 (2): 155-168

Action and Suffering in the Bhagavad Gita, Herbert Fingarette, 34 (4): 357-369

Action and Suffering in the Theravadin Tradition, Ninian Smart, 34 (4): 371-378

Advaita Vedanta and Contemporary Western Ethics, Nancy F. Bauer, 37 (1): 36-50

The Aesthetic Attitude, Sushil Kumar Saxena, 28 (1): 81-91

The Aesthetic Attitude Debate: Reply to Some New Criticisms, Sushil Kumar Saxena, 30 (2): 265-271

The Aesthetic Attitude Debate: Some Remarks on Saxena, Coleman, and a Phenomenological Approach to the Issue, Randolph M. Feezell, 30 (1): 87-90

The Aesthetic Attitude in India and the West, Richard McCarty, 36 (2): 121-130

The Aesthetic Nonnaturalism of Abhinavagupta–A Non-Aristotelian Interpretation, Pheroze S. Wadia, 31 (1): 71-77

The Aesthetic (Rasavada) and the Religious (Brahmasvada) in Abhinavagupta’s Kashmir Saivism, Gerald James Larson, 26 (4): 371-387

Against Immaculate Perception: Seven Reasons for Eliminating Nirvilkalpaka Perception from Nyaya, Arindam Chakrabarti, 50 (1): 1-8

Ah, but There Is a Paradox of Desire in Buddhism–A Reply to Wayne Alt, A. H. Herman, 30 (4): 529-532

All Religions Are–Equal? One? True? Same?: A Critical Examination of Some Formulations of the Neo-Hindu Position, Arvind Sharma, 29 (1): 59-72

Allinson, Robert E., On the Question of Relativism in the Chuang-tzu, 39 (1): 13-26

Alpert, A. M., Knowledge and Cosmos in the Philosophies of Mach and Ch’eng I, 30 (2): 163-179

Alt, Wayne, There Is No Paradox of Desire in Buddhism, 30 (4): 521-528

Ames, Roger T., Editorial [on Roger T. Ames succeeding Eliot Deutsch as Editor of Philosophy East and West], 39 (2): 114

Ames, Roger T., Editorial [on special thematic issues of Philosophy East and West], 41 (1): iii-iv

Ames, Roger T., Editorial [on Walter H. Maurer’s retirement from and Rama N. Sharma’s and David L. Hall’s joining Philosophy East and West], 40 (2): 127

Ames, Roger T., Editorial: Philosophy East and West in Its Fiftieth Year, 50 (1): iv-vi

Ames, Roger T., Editor’s Note on A. C. Graham Special Feature, 42 (1): iv

Ames, Roger T., Introduction [to “Special Issue: Environmental Ethics”], 37 (2): 111-114

Ames, Roger T., Wu-wei in “The Art of Rulership” Chapter of Huai Nan Tzu: Its Sources and Philosophical Orientation, 31 (2): 193-213

Ames, Roger T., and David L. Hall, Getting It Right: On Saving Confucius from the Confucians, 34 (1): 3-23

An, Yanming, Liang Shuming and Henri Bergson on Intuition: Cultural Context and the Evolution of Terms, 47 (3): 337-362

Anatman, Anirvacaniyakhyati and Advaita: A Reexamination, Srinivasa Rao, 26 (1): 71-74

Anckaert, L., Language, Ethics, and the Other between Athens and Jerusalem: A Comparative Study of Plato and Rosenzweig, 45 (4): 545-567

Anderson, Robert M., and John A. Schumacher, In Defense of Mystical Science, 29 (1): 73-90

Anderson, Tyson, Kalupahana on Nirvana, 40 (2): 221-234

Anderson, Tyson, Wittgenstein and Nagarjuna’s Paradox, 35 (2): 157-169

Angle, Stephen C., Did Someone Say “Rights”? Liu Shipei’s Concept of Quanli, 48 (4): 623-651

Anthropic Web of the Universe: Atom and Atman, Plamen Gradinarov, 39 (1): 27-45

The Anti-Abstractionism of Dignaga and Berkeley, Ewing Y. Chinn, 44 (1): 55-77

Apollo, Music, and Cross-Cultural Rationality, Kathleen Marie Higgins, 42 (4): 623-641

Apophatic and Kataphatic Discourse in Mahayana: A Chinese View, Rohert M. Gimello, 26 (2): 117-136

Appelbaum, David, A Note on Pratyaksa in Advaita Vedanta, 32 (2): 201-205

Appelbaum, David, On Turning a Zen Ear, 33 (2): 115-122

Applebaum, David, and Ingrid Turner Lorch, Tracking the Discontinuity of Perception, 28 (4): 469-484

An Appraisal of the Svatantrika-Prasangika Debates, Nathan Katz, 26 (3): 253-267

An Approach to Verification beyond Tradition in Early Chinese Philosophy: Mo Tzu’s Concept of Sampling in a Community of Observers, Anne D. Birdwhistell, 34 (2): 175-183

Approaching The Numinous: Rudolf Otto and Tibetan Tantra, Donald S. Lopez, Jr., 29 (4): 467-476

An Arab Neo-Kantian Philosophy of Culture: Constantine Zurayk on Culture, Reason, and Ethics, Elizabeth Suzanne Kassab, 49 (4): 494-512

Are All Names of the Absolute Synonymous? Bina Gupta and William C. Wilcox, 33 (3): 285-293

Are Convenient Fictions Harmful to your Health? Richard Garner, 43 (1): 87-106

Are Knowledge and Action Really One Thing?–A Study of Wang Yang-ming’s Doctrine of Mind, Warren G. Frisina, 39 (4): 419-447

The Artistic Way and the Religio-aesthetic Tradition in Japan, Richard Pilgrim, 27 (3): 284-306

Axtell, G. S., Comparative Dialectics: Nishida Kitaro’s Logic of Place and Western Dialectical Thought, 41 (2): 163-184

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B-Series Temporal Order in Dogen ‘s Theory of Time, Dirck Vorenkamp, 45 (3): 387-408

Back, Allan, and Daeshik Kim, Pacifism and the Eastern Martial Arts, 32 (2): 177-186

Balslev, Anindita N., The Notion of Klesa and Its Bearing on the Yoga Analysis of Mind, 41 (1): 77-88

Bannerjee, M. K., General Systems Philosophy and Samkhya-Yoga: Some Remarks, 32 (1): 99-104

Bao, Zhiming, Language and World View in Ancient China, 40 (2): 195-219

Barnhart, Michael G., Ideas of Nature in an Asian Context, 47 (3): 417-432

Barnhart, Michael G., Sunyata, Textualism, and Incommensurability, 44 (4): 647-658

Basic Jaina Epistemology, Jayandra Soni, 50 (3): 367-377

Bastow, David, The Maha-Vibhasa Arguments for Sarvastivada, 44 (3): 489-500

Bauer, Nancy F., Advaita Vedanta and Contemporary Western Ethics, 37 (1): 36-50

Becker, Carl B., Buddhist Views of Suicide and Euthanasia, 40 (4): 543-556

Behuniak, James, Nivison and the “Problem” in Xunzi’s Ethics, 50 (1): 97-110

Behuniak, James, Reply to David Nivison, 50 (1): 116-118

Being a Mountain, Astride a Horse, the Warlord Faces South: Reflections on the Art of Ruling, Alan R. Drengson, 33 (1): 35-48

A Belated Response to Hu Shih and D. T. Suzuki, James D. Sellmann, 45 (1): 97-104

Bell, Daniel A., Democracy with Chinese Characteristics: A Political Proposal for the Post-Communist Era, 49 (4): 451-493

Bennett, Steven J., Chinese Science: Theory and Practice, 28 (4): 439-453

Berthrong, John, Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese Confucianism, 48 (1): 46-79

Berthrong, John, Master Chu’s Self-Realization: The Role of Ch’eng, 43 (1): 39-64

Betty, L. Stafford, Is Nagarjuna a Philosopher? A Response to Professor Loy, 34 (4): 447-450

Betty, L. Stafford, Nagarjuna’s Masterpiece–Logical, Mystical, Both, or Neither? 33 (2): 123-138

Between Commitment and Realization: Wang Yang-ming’s Vision of the Universe as a Moral Community, A. S. Cua, 43 (4): 611-647

Beyond Apologia: Respecting Legitimate Differences of Opinion while not Toadying to Dictators–A Reply to Richard Rorty, Randall Peerenboom, 50 (1): 92-96

The Bhagavadgita’s Conception of Human Freedom, David White, 34 (3): 295-302

Bharadwaja, V. K., The Jaina Conception of Tarka, 31 (4): 501-505

Bharadwaja, V. K., Rationality, Argumentation and Embarrassment: A Study of Four Logical Alternatives (Catuskoti) in Buddhist Logic, 34 (3): 303-319

Bhattacharyya, Sibajiban, Some Features of the Technical Language of Navya-Nyaya, 40 (2): 129-149

Bhavaviveka and the Early Madhyamika Theories of Language, Malcolm D. Eckel, 28 (3): 323-337

Biderman, Shlomo, A ‘Constitutive’ God–An Indian Suggestion, 32 (4): 425-437

Bilimoria, Purushottama, Introduction to the Special Issue: Comparative and Asian Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand, 45 (2): 151-169

Bilimoria, Purusottama, Perception (Pratyaksa) in Advaita Vedanta, 30 (1): 35-44

Bimal Krishna Matilal, 1935-1991 [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], Arindam Chakrabarti, 42 (3): 395-396

Birdwhistell, Anne D., An Approach to Verification beyond Tradition in Early Chinese Philosophy: Mo Tzu’s Concept of Sampling in a Community of Observers, 34 (2): 175-183

Birdwhistell, Anne D., The Concept of Experiential Knowledge in the Thought of Chang Tsai, 35 (1): 37-60

Birdwhistell, Anne D., Cultural Patterns and the Way of Mother and Son: An Early Qing Case, 42 (3): 503-516

Birdwhistell, Anne D., Medicine and History as Theoretical Tools in a Confucian Pragmatism, 45 (1): 1-28

Birdwhistell, Anne D., The Philosophical Concept of Foreknowledge in the Thought of Shao Yung, 39 (1): 47-65

Birdwhistell, Anne D., Social Reality and Lu Jiuyuan (1139-1193), 47 (1): 47-65

Blagonravova, Marina, and editors of Vostok, Soviet Publications: Vostok [Oziens]: Narody Azii i Afriki (Peoples of Asia and Africa), and Dialogue: A Magazine for Soviet and Indian Women, 42 (2): 335-337

Bloom, Irene, Human Nature and Biological Nature in Mencius, 47 (1): 21-32

Bloom, Irene, Mencian Arguments on Human Nature (Jen-hsing), 44 (1): 19-53

Bloom, Irene, Remembering Wing-tsit Chan: Wing-tsit Chan, 1901-1994: In Memoriam, on the Occasion of the East-West Philosophers’ Conference, January 8, 1995, 45 (4): 467-471

The Bodhisattva Ideal in Theravada Buddhist Theory and Practice: A Reevaluation of the Bodhisattva– Sravaka Opposition, Jeffrey Samuels, 47 (3): 399-416

The Bodhisattva Paradox, Roy W. Perrett, 36 (1): 55-59

The Bodymind Experience in Dogen’s Shobogenzo: A Phenomenological Perspective, David E. Shaner, 35 (1): 17-35

Bogaerts, G., P. Konings, E. Maex, From Mount Lu to the Agora: Returning to the Marketplace [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], 45 (4): 475-480

Bonner, Joey, The World as Will: Wang Kuo-wei and the Philosophy of Metaphysical Pessimism, 29 (4): 443-466

Borelli, John, Vijnanabhiksu and the Re-assertion of Difference-in-identity Vedanta, 28 (4): 425-437

Bosley, Richard, Do Mencius and Hume Make the Same Ethical Mistake? 38 (1): 3-18

Bosley, Richard, What Is a Mean?–The Question Considered Comparatively and Systematically, 36 (1): 3-12

Botz-Bornstein, T., “Iki,” Style, Trace: Shuzo Kuki and the Spirit of Hermeneutics, 47 (4): 554-580

Botz-Bornstein, Thorsten, Contingency and the “Time of the Dream”: Kuki Shuzo and French Prewar Philosophy, 50 (4): 481-506

A Brief Note on a Coin-method Equivalent to the Yarrow-stalk Method for Determining the Lines of a Hexagram in the I-Ching, Edward A. Hacker, 30 (4): 535-536

Brown, Jason W., Microgenesis and Buddhism: The Concept of Momentariness, 49 (3): 261-277

Buchanan, James, Report on the Seventh East-West Philosophers’ Conference, “Democracy and Justice: A Philosophical Exploration,” 46 (3): 309-336

Buddha Nature and the Concept of Person, Sallie B. King, 39 (2): 151-170

Buddhism in Huxley’s Evolution and Ethics: A Note on a Victorian Evaluation and Its “Comparativist Dimension,” Vijitha Rajapakse, 35 (3): 295-304

The Buddhist Conceptions of “Subject” and “Object” and Their Moral Implications, David J. Kalupahana, 38 (3): 290-306

Buddhist Hermeneutics: A Conference Report, Donald S. Lopez, Jr., 37 (1): 71-83

Buddhist Reductionism, Mark Siderits, 47 (4): 455-478

Buddhist Views of Suicide and Euthanasia, Carl B. Becker, 40 (4): 543-556

Burke, B. David, On the Measure “Parimandala,” 33 (3): 273-284

Burke, B. David, Transcendence in Classical Samkhya, 38 (1): 19-29

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Cai, Zong-qi, In Quest of Harmony: Plato and Confucius on Poetry, 49 (3): 317-345

Cai, Zongqi, Derrida and Seng-zhao: Linguistic and Philosophical Deconstructions, 43 (3): 389-404

Callahan, W. A., Discourse and Perspective in Daoism: A Linguistic Interpretation of Ziran, 39 (2): 171-189

Callahan, William A., Resisting the Norm: Ironic Images of Marx and Confucius, 44 (2): 279-301

Callicott, J. Baird, Conceptual Resources for Environmental Ethics in Asian Traditions of Thought: A Propaedeutic, 37 (2): 115-130

Can Shu Be the One Word that Serves as the Guiding Principle of Caring Actions? Sin Yee Chan, 50 (4): 507-524

Can the Advaita Vedanta Provide a Meaningful Definition of Absolute Consciousness? William M. Indich, 30 (4): 481-493

Can the East Help the West to Value Nature? Holmes Rolston, III, 37 (2): 172-190

Candrakirti’s Denial of the Self, James Duerlinger, 34 (3): 261-272

Candrakirti’s Refutation of Buddhist Idealism, Peter G. Fenner, 33 (3): 251-261

Carman, John, J. L. Mehta Memorial Notice, 39 (1): 2

Carter, John Ross, Traditional Definitions of the Term Dhamma, 26 (3): 329-337

The Carvaka Theory of Pramanas: A Restatement, Pradeep P. Gokhale, 43 (4): 675-682

Casey, Edward S., Commemoration and Perdurance in the Analects, Books 1 and 2, 34 (4): 389-399

Causal Thinking in Sakuntala: A Schema-Theoretic Approach to a Classical Sanskrit Drama, Charles W. Nuckolls, 37 (3): 286-305

Cauvel, Jane, The Transformative Power of Art: Li Zehou’s Aesthetic Theory, 49 (2): 150-173

The Celebration of Emotion: Vallabha’s Ontology of Affective Experience, Jeffrey R. Timm, 41 (1): 59-75

The Central Argument of Aurobindo’s The Life Divine, Stephen H. Phillips, 35 (3): 271-284

Ch’an Metaphors: Waves, Water, Mirror, Lamp, Whalen Lai, 29 (3): 243-253

Chakrabarti, A., Is Liberation (Moksa) Pleasant? 33 (2): 167-182

Chakrabarti, Arindam, Against Immaculate Perception: Seven Reasons for Eliminating Nirvilkalpaka Perception from Nyaya, 50 (1): 1-8

Chakrabarti, Arindam, Bimal Krishna Matilal, 1935-1991 [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], 42 (3): 395-396

Chakrabarti, Arindam, On Knowing by Being Told [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], 42 (3): 421-439

Chakrabarti, Chandana, and Kisor Kumar Chakrabarti, Toward Dualism: The Nyaya-Vaisesika Way, 41 (4): 477-492

Chakrabarti, Kisor Kumar, The Svabhavahetu In Dharmakirti’s Logic, 37 (4): 392-401

Chakrabarti, Kisor Kumar, and Chandana Chakrabarti, Toward Dualism: The Nyaya-Vaisesika Way, 41 (4): 477-492

Chan, Alan, Philosophical Hermeneutics and the Analects: The Paradigm of “Tradition,” 34 (4): 421-436

Chan, Sin Yee, Can Shu Be the One Word that Serves as the Guiding Principle of Caring Actions? 50 (4): 507-524

Chan, Wing-tsit, Exploring the Confucian Tradition, 38 (3): 234-250

Chang, Chung-yuan, The Philosophy of Taoism according to Chuang Tzu, 27 (4): 409-422

Chaotic “Order” (Hun-tun) and Benevolent “Disorder” (luan) in the Chuang Tzu, N. J. Giradot, 28 (3): 299-321

Chappell, David W., Remembering Fred Streng: Frederick John Streng, 1933-1993, 44 (2): 215-217

Chapple, Christopher Key, Sources for the Study of Jaina Philosophy: A Bibliographic Essay, 50 (3): 408-411

Chari, V. K., The Indian Theory of Suggestion (Dhvani), 27 (4): 391-399

Chari, V. K., A Reply to Dale Riepe, 27 (4): 407-408

Chatterjee, Dipankar, Skepticism and Indian Philosophy, 27 (2): 195-209

Chattopadhyaya, D. P., Rationality: Transparent, Cultural, and Transcendental, 42 (4): 561-579

Cheek, Timothy, Introduction: A Cross-cultural Conversation on Li Zehou’s Ideas on Subjectivity and Aesthetics in Modern Chinese Thought [introduction to “Special Issue: ‘Subjectality’: Li Zehou and His Critical Analysis of Chinese Thought”], 49 (2): 113-119

Chen, Ning, The Concept of Fate in Mencius, 47 (4): 495-520

Chen Beixi, Lu Xiangshan, and Early Tokugawa (1600-1867) Philosophical Lexicography, John Allen Tucker, 43 (4): 683-713

Cheng, Chung-ying, Chinese Philosophy and Symbolic Reference, 27 (3): 307-322

Cheng, Chung-ying, Confucius, Heidegger, and the Philosophy of the I Ching: A Comparative Inquiry into the Truth of Human Being, 37 (1): 51-70

Cheng, Chung-ying, Consistency and Meaning of the Four-Sentence Teaching in Ming Ju Hsueh An, 29 (3): 275-294

Cheng, Chung-ying, Kung-sun Lung: White Horse and Other Issues, 33 (4): 341-354

Cheng, Chung-ying, Model of Causality in Chinese Philosophy: A Comparative Study, 26 (1): 3-20

Cheng, Chung-ying, Nature and Function of Skepticism in Chinese Philosophy, 27 (2): 137-154

Cheng, Chung-ying, On a Comprehensive Theory of Xing (Naturality) in Song-Ming Neo-Confucian Philosophy: A Critical and Integrative Development, 47 (1): 33-46

Cheung, Chan Fai, T’ang Chun-i’s Philosophy of Love, 48 (2): 257-271

Chi, Richard S. Y., A Semantic Study of Propositions, East and West, 26 (2): 211-223

Chi-tsang’s Sheng-man pao-k’u: The True Dharma Doctrine and the Bodhisattva Ideal, Aaron K. Koseki, 34 (1): 67-83

The Chien-pai Sophism–Alive and Well, John Makeham, 39 (1): 75-81

Chinese Buddhist Causation Theories: An Analysis of the Sinitic Mahayana Understanding of Pratitya-samutpada, Whalen Lai, 27 (3): 241-264

Chinese Ethics and Kant, Julia Ching, 28 (2): 161-172

A Chinese Madhyamaka Theory of Truth: The Case of Chi-tsang, Ming-Wood Liu, 43 (4): 649-673

The Chinese Notion of “Blandness” as a Virtue: A Preliminary Outline, Francois Jullien, trans. by Graham Parkes, 43 (1): 107-112

Chinese Philosophy and Symbolic Reference, Chung-ying Cheng, 27 (3): 307-322

Chinese Science: Theory and Practice, Steven J. Bennett, 28 (4): 439-453

Ching, Julia, Chinese Ethics and Kant, 28 (2): 161-172

Chinn, Ewing Y., The Anti-Abstractionism of Dignaga and Berkeley, 44 (1): 55-77

Chong, Kim-Chong, The Practice of Jen, 49 (3): 298-316

Chong, Woei Lien, Combining Marx with Kant: The Philosophical Anthropology of Li Zehou, 49 (2): 120-149

Chou, Li-Quan, Great Changes in Marxist Philosophy in China since 1978, 38 (1): 58-63

Chow, Kai-wing, Ritual, Cosmology, and Ontology: Chang Tsai’s Moral Philosophy and Neo-Confucian Ethics, 43 (2): 201-228

The Christian and Vedantic Theories of Originative Causality: A Study in Transcendence and Immanence by J. J. Lipner, 28 (1): 53-68

Chuang Tzu and the Free Man, Russel D. Legge, 29 (1): 11-20

Chung, Chai-sik, In Defense of the Traditional Order: Ch’oksa Wijong, 30 (3): 355-373

Ci, Jiwei, Freedom and Realms of Living, 41 (3): 303-326

Circularity in the Inductive Justification of Formal Arguments (Tarka) in the Twelfth-century Indian Jaina Logic, Douglas Dunsmore Daye, 29 (2): 177-188

The Cittamatra and Its Madhyamaka Critique: Some Phenomenological Reflections, Kennard Lipman, 32 (3): 295-308

Cohen, Maurice, Dying as Supreme Opportunity: A Comparison of Plato’s Phaedo and The Tibetan Book of the Dead, 26 (3): 317-327

Cohen, Paul A., Cultural China: Some Definitional Issues, 43 (3): 557-563

Coleman, Earle, On Saxena’s Defense of the Aesthetic Attitude, 29 (1): 95-98

Colors of the Soul: By-products of Activity or Passions? Kristi L. Wiley, 50 (3): 348-366

Comans, Michael, The Question of the Importance of Samadhi in Modern and Classical Advaita Vedanta, 43 (1): 19-38

Combining Marx with Kant: The Philosophical Anthropology of Li Zehou, Woei Lien Chong, 49 (2): 120-149

Commemoration and Perdurance in the Analects, Books 1 and 2, Edward S. Casey, 34 (4): 389-399

Commentary on Professor Tu’s Article, Clifford Geertz, 31 (3): 269-272

Commentary on the AAS Panel: Shun, Bloom, Cheng, and Birdwhistell, Robert Cummings Neville, 47 (1): 67-74

Comments on Charles Fu’s Discussion of Confucius: The Secular as Sacred, Herbert Fingarette, 28 (2): 223-226

Comments on Girardot’s “Response,” Robert C. Neville, 36 (3): 271-273

Comparative Dialectics: Nishida Kitaro’s Logic of Place and Western Dialectical Thought, G. S. Axtell, 41 (2): 163-184

Comparative Hermeneutics: Heidegger, the Pre-Socratics, and the Rgveda, Paul D. Tate, 32 (1): 47-59

A Comparative Investigation of the Awareness of Duhkha, Charlene McDermott, 27 (4): 433-448

Comparative Ontology: Relative and Absolute Truth, Ashok K. Gangadean, 30 (4): 465-480

Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], Carine Defoort, 45 (4): 473

Comparative Philosophy in the Soviet Union, Victoria G. Lysenko, 42 (2): 309-326

A Comparison of Ch’i and Prime Matter, Russell Hatton, 32 (2): 159-175

Comparison of the Field Concept of Matter in Relativity Physics and the Buddhist Idea of Nonself, Mendel Sachs, 33 (4): 395-399

Competence, Concern, and the Role of Paradigmatic Individuals (Chun-tzu) in Moral Education, A. S. Cua, 42 (1): 49-68

Competing Interpretations of the Inner Chapters of the Zhuangzi, Bryan W. Van Norden, 46 (2): 247-268

The Concept of Experiential Knowledge in the Thought of Chang Tsai, Anne D. Birdwhistell, 35 (1): 37-60

The Concept of Fate in Mencius, Ning Chen, 47 (4): 495-520

The Concept of Practice in San Lun Thought: Chi-Tsang and the “Concurrent Insight” of the Two Truths, Aaron K. Koseki, 31 (4): 449-466

The Conception of Ming in Early Confucian Thought, Ted Slingerland, 46 (4): 567-581

The Conceptual Aspect of Hsun Tzu’s Philosophy of Human Nature, A. S. Cua, 27 (4): 373-389

Conceptual Resources for Environmental Ethics in Asian Traditions of Thought: A Propaedeutic, J. Baird Callicott, 37 (2): 115-130

“Conceptual Resources” in South Asia for “Environmental Ethics” or The Fly Is Still Alive and Well in the Bottle, Gerald James Larson, 37 (2): 150-159

Confucian Moral Thinking, Karyn L. Lai, 45 (2): 249-272

Confucian Piety and the Religious Dimension of Japanese Confucianism, John Berthrong, 48 (1): 46-79

Confucianism and the Political Thought of Sun Yat-Sen, A. James Gregor, 31 (1): 55-70

Confucianism in Eighteenth-century England: Natural Morality and Social Reform, Edmund Leites, 28 (2): 143-159

Confucius and Country Music, Crispin Sartwell, 43 (2): 243-254

Confucius and Kant: The Ethics of Respect, Sandra A. Wawrytko, 32 (3): 237-257

Confucius, Heidegger, and the Philosophy of the I Ching: A Comparative Inquiry into the Truth of Human Being, Chung-ying Cheng, 37 (1): 51-70

Confucius, Mencius, and the Notion of True Succession, John N. Williams, 38 (2): 157-171

Consciousness and Knowledge in Indian Philosophy, J. N. Mohanty, 29 (1): 3-10

Consistency and Meaning of the Four-Sentence Teaching in Ming Ju Hsueh An, Chung-ying Cheng, 29 (3): 275-294

A ‘Constitutive’ God–An Indian Suggestion, Shlomo Biderman, 32 (4): 425-437

Contestation and Consensus: The Morality of Abortion in Japan, William R. LaFleur, 40 (4): 529-542

Context, Lenn E. Goodman, 38 (3): 307-323

The Context Principle of Meaning in Prabhakara Mimamsa, Hari Shankar Prasad, 44 (2): 317-346

Contingency and the “Time of the Dream”: Kuki Shuzo and French Prewar Philosophy, Thorsten Botz-Bornstein, 50 (4): 481-506

Cook, Scott, Zhuang Zi and His Carving of the Confucian Ox, 47 (4): 521-553

A Copernican Reversal: The Gitakara’s Reformulation of Karma, Richard DeSmet 27 (1): 53-63

Cort, John E., “Intellectual Ahimsa” Revisited: Jain Tolerance and Intolerance of Others, 50 (3): 324-347

Countering Sinocentrism in Eighteenth-century Korea: Hong Tae-yong’s Vision of “Relativism” and Iconoclasm for Reform, Song Young-bae, 49 (3): 278-297

Coward, Harold, Derrida and Bhartrhari’s Vakyapadiya on the Origin of Language, 40 (1): 3-16

Coward, Harold, Mysticism in the Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung and the Yoga Psychology of Patanjali: A Comparative Study, 29 (3): 323-336

Coward, Harold, Taoism and Jung: Synchronicity and the Self, 46 (4): 477-495

Coward, Harold G., Psychology and Karma, 33 (1): 49-60

Coward, Harold G., “Speech versus Writing” in Derrida and Bhartrhari, 41 (2): 141-162

The Creation Myth and Its Symbolism in Classical Taoism, David C. Yu, 31 (4): 479-500

Creativity as Synthesis of Contrasting Wisdoms: An Interpretation of Chinese Philosophy in Taiwan since 1949, Vincent Sheen, 43 (2): 279-287

A Critical Note on the Cheng-Swain Interpretation of the Chih Wu Lun, James Hearne, 26 (2): 225-228

Critique of Papers on “Sinological Torque,” by John B. Henderson, 28 (2): 209-213

Cruise, Henry, Early Buddhism: Some Recent Misconceptions, 33 (2): 149-166

Cua, A. S., Between Commitment and Realization: Wang Yang-ming’s Vision of the Universe as a Moral Community, 43 (4): 611-647

Cua, A. S., Competence, Concern, and the Role of Paradigmatic Individuals (Chun-tzu) in Moral Education, 42 (1): 49-68

Cua, A. S., The Conceptual Aspect of Hsun Tzu’s Philosophy of Human Nature, 27 (4): 373-389

Cua, A. S., Ethical Uses of the Past in Early Confucianism: The Case of Hsun Tzu, 35 (2): 133-156

Cua, A. S., Li and Moral Justification: A Study in the Li Chi, 33 (1): 1-16

Cua, A. S., Morality and Human Nature, 32 (3): 279-294

Cua, A. S., The Problem of Conceptual Unity in Hsun Tzu, and Li Kou’s Solution, 39 (2): 115-134

Cua, A. S., The Quasi-Empirical Aspect of Hsun-Tzu’s Philosophy of Human Nature, 28 (1): 3-19

Cua, Antonio S., Dimensions of Li (Propriety): Reflections on an Aspect of Hsun Tzu’s Ethics, 29 (4): 373-394

Cua, Antonio S., Opposites as Complements: Reflections on the Significance of Tao, 31 (2): 123-140

Cultural China: Some Definitional Issues, Paul A. Cohen, 43 (3): 557-563

Cultural Patterns and the Way of Mother and Son: An Early Qing Case, Anne D. Birdwhistell, 42 (3): 503-516

Curtin, Deane, and John Powers, Mothering: Moral Cultivation in Buddhist and Feminist Ethics, 44 (1): 1-18

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Dallmayr, Fred, International Vedanta Conference in Madras: A Report, 47 (2): 255-258

Dallmayr, Fred, Nothingness and Sunyata: A Comparison of Heidegger and Nishitani, 42 (1): 37-48

Dallmayr, Fred, Western Thought and Indian Thought: Comments on Ramanujan, 44 (3): 527-542

Dancing at the Crucifixion, David L. Hall, 39 (3): 319-325

David Wong on Emotions in Mencius, Craig K. Ihara, 41 (1): 45-53

Daye, Douglas D., Language and the Languages of East-West Philosophy: An Introduction, 26 (2): 113-115

Daye, Douglas D., On Translating the Term “Drstanta” in Early Buddhist Formal Logic, 38 (2): 147-156

Daye, Douglas Dunsmore, Circularity in the Inductive Justification of Formal Arguments (Tarka) in the Twelfth-century Indian Jaina Logic, 29 (2): 177-188

de Bary, Wm. Theodore, Reply to Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, 44 (1): 143-144

de Bary, Wm. Theodore, The Uses of Neo-Confucianism: A Response to Professor Tillman, 43 (3): 541-555

de Nicolas, Antonio, T., The Problem of the Self-Body in the Bhagavadgita, 29 (2): 159-176

Death, Honor, and Loyalty: The Bushido Ideal, G. Cameron Hurst III 40 (4): 511-527

The Debate at bSam yas: A Study in Religious Contrast and Correspondence, Joseph F. Roccasalvo, 30 (4): 505-520

A Defense of Yogacara Buddhism, Alex Wayman, 46 (4): 447-476

Defoort, Carine, Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], 45 (4): 473

Democracy with Chinese Characteristics: A Political Proposal for the Post-Communist Era, Daniel A. Bell, 49 (4): 451-493

Denegation, Nonduality, and Language in Derrida and Dogen , Toby Avard Foshay, 44 (3): 543-558

The Department of Philosophy at the University of Hawaii: A Profile, Eliot Deutsch, 50 (1): vii-xxii

Dependent Arising and the Emptiness of Emptiness: Why Did Nagarjuna Start with Causation? Jay L. Garfield, 44 (2): 219-250

Derrida and Bhartrhari’s Vakyapadiya on the Origin of Language, Harold Coward, 40 (1): 3-16

Derrida and Seng-zhao: Linguistic and Philosophical Deconstructions, Cai Zongqi, 43 (3): 389-404

DeSmet, Richard, A Copernican Reversal: The Gitakara’s Reformulation of Karma, 27 (1): 53-63

Determining Which Jaina Philosopher Was the Object of Dharmakirti’s Criticisms, Fujinaga Sin, 50 (3): 378-384

Deutsch, Eliot, The Department of Philosophy at the University of Hawai`i: A Profile, 50 (1): vii-xxii

Devaraja, N. K., What Is Living and What Is Dead in Traditional Indian Philosophy, 26 (4): 427-442

The Development of Tension between Virtue and Achievement in Early Confucianism: Attitudes toward Kuan Chung and Hegemon (Pa) as Conceptual Symbols, Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, 31 (1): 17-28

Developments in Chinese Philosophy over the Last Ten Years, Shi Yanping, trans. by Xu Ruzhuang, 43 (1): 113-125

Dharmakirti’s Refutation of Theism, Roger Jackson, 36 (4): 315-348

Dharmameghah Samadhi: Comments on Yogasutra IV, 29, Klaus Klostermaier, 36 (3): 253-262

Dialogues with Death: The Last Days of Socrates and the Buddha, Matthew Dillon, 50 (4): 525-558

Did Someone Say “Rights”? Liu Shipei’s Concept of Quanli, Stephen C. Angle, 48 (4): 623-651

The Difference between Samsara and Nirvana, David Loy, 33 (4): 355-365

Dillon, Matthew, Dialogues with Death: The Last Days of Socrates and the Buddha, 50 (4): 525-558

Dimensions of Li (Propriety): Reflections on an Aspect of Hsun Tzu’s Ethics, Antonio S. Cua, 29 (4): 373-394

Directory of Comparative Philosophers, 40 (1): 73-97

Directory of Comparative Philosophers, Part II, 41 (4): 537-556

The Disappearance of the Public Good: Confucius, Dewey, Rorty, Joseph Grange, 46 (3): 351-366

Discourse and Perspective in Daoism: A Linguistic Interpretation of Ziran, W. A. Callahan, 39 (2): 171-189

The Disputation of Kung-sun Lung as Argument about Whole and Part, A. C. Graham, 36 (2): 89-106

Do Mencius and Hume Make the Same Ethical Mistake? Richard Bosley, 38 (1): 3-18

Doak, Kevin M., Under the Banner of the New Science: History, Science, and the Problem of Particularity in Early Twentieth-century Japan, 48 (2): 232-256

Doeringer, Franklin M., The Gate in the Circle: A Paradigmatic Symbol in Early Chinese Cosmology, 32 (3): 309-324

Doeringer, Franklin M., Oracle and Symbol in the Redaction of the I Ching, 30 (2): 195-209

Does the Rasa Theory Have Any Modern Relevance? R. B. Patankar, 30 (3): 293-303

Dombrowski, Daniel A., Gandhi, Sainthood, and Nuclear Weapons, 33 (4): 401-406

Dramatic Intervention: Human Rights from a Buddhist Perspective, Peter D. Hershock, 50 (1): 9-33

Dreaming in Advaita Vedanta, Andrew O. Fort, 35 (4): 377-386

Dreams and Reality: The Sankarite Critique of Vijnanavada, Chakravarthi Ram Prasad, 43 (3): 405-456

Drengson, Alan R., Being a Mountain, Astride a Horse, the Warlord Faces South: Reflections on the Art of Ruling, 33 (1): 35-48

Dualistic and Nondualistic Problems of Immortality, Roy W. Perrett, 35 (4): 333-350

Duerlinger, James, Candrakirti’s Denial of the Self, 34 (3): 261-272

Duerlinger, James, Vasubandhu on the Vatsiputriyas’ Fire-Fuel Analogy, 32 (2): 151-158

Dying as Supreme Opportunity: A Comparison of Plato’s Phaedo and The Tibetan Book of the Dead, Maurice Cohen, 26 (3): 317-327

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Early Buddhism and John Stuart Mill’s Thinking in the Fields of Philosophy and Religion: Some Notes toward a Comparative Study, Vijitha Rajapakse 37 (3): 260-285

Early Buddhism: Some Recent Misconceptions, Henry Cruise, 33 (2): 149-166

Early Greek Philosophy and Madhyamika, Thomas McEvilley, 31 (2): 141-164

The Early Prajna Schools, Especially “Hsin-Wu,” Reconsidered, Whalen W. Lai, 33 (1): 61-77

Early Samkhya in the Buddhacarita, Stephen A. Kent, 32 (3): 259-278

Early Yogacara and its Relationship with the Madhyamaka School, Richard King, 44 (4): 659-683

An Eccentric Ghost in the Machine: Formal and Quantitative Aspects of the Samkhya-Yoga Dualism, Gerald James Larson, 33 (3): 219-233

Eckel, Malcolm D., Bhavaviveka and the Early Madhyamika Theories of Language, 28 (3): 323-337

Editorial [on Roger T. Ames succeeding Eliot Deutsch as Editor of Philosophy East and West], Roger T. Ames, 39 (2): 114

Editorial [on special thematic issues of Philosophy East and West], Roger T. Ames, 41 (1): iii-iv

Editorial [on Walter H. Maurer’s retirement from and Rama N. Sharma’s and David L. Hall’s joining Philosophy East and West], Roger T. Ames, 40 (2): 127

Editorial: Philosophy East and West in Its Fiftieth Year, Roger T. Ames, 50 (1): iv-vi

Editor’s Note on A. C. Graham Special Feature, Roger T. Ames, 42 (1): iv

Ego, Egocentricity, and Self-transcendence: A Western Interpretation of Eastern Teaching, Michael J. Stark and Michael C. Washburn, 27 (3): 265-283

Elwood, Brian D., The Problem of the Self in the Later Nishida and in Sartre, 44 (2): 303-316

Emerson, John, Yang Chu’s Discovery of the Body, 46 (4): 533-566

Emotion East and West: Introduction to a Comparative Philosophy, Joel Marks, 41 (1): 1-30

Emotional Control and Virtue in the Mencius, Manyul Im, 49 (1): 1-27

Emotions and the Actions of the Sage: Recommendations for an Orderly Heart in the Huainanzi, Griet Vankeerberghen, 45 (4): 527-544

Environmental Problematics in the Buddhist Context, Kenneth K. Inada, 37 (2): 135-149

Epoche and Sunyata: Skepticism East and West, Jay L. Garfield, 40 (3): 285-307

Equal Respect among Unequal Partners: Gender Difference and the Constitution of Moral Subjects, Maria Herrera L., 42 (2): 263-275

Error and Truth–Classical Indian Theories, Bimal Matilal, 31 (2): 215-224

The Eternality of the Vedas and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study, Arvind Sharma, 26 (3): 269-279

Ethical Uses of the Past in Early Confucianism: The Case of Hsun Tzu, A. S. Cua, 35 (2): 133-156

“Ethics, Practical Reasoning, and Political Philosophy in Antiquity and in Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Philosophy”: A Joint Conference of The Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS); The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP); and The International Society for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS)–A Report, George Rudebusch, 37 (4): 429-433

The Evolution of Buddhist Systematics from the Buddha to Vasubandhu, Jose Pereira and Francis Tiso, 38 (2): 172-186

The Existential Nature of Buddhist Ultimates, Winston L. King, 33 (3): 263-271

Existentialism, Emotions, and the Cultural Limits of Rationality, Robert C. Solomon, 42 (4): 597-621

Experience and Culture: Nishida’s Path “To the Things Themselves,” Andrew Feenberg, 49 (1): 28-44

An Exploration of the Mode of Thinking of Ancient China, Liu Jingshan, 35 (4): 387-397

Exploring the Confucian Tradition, Wing-tsit Chan, 38 (3): 234-250

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Fa (Standards: Laws) and Meaning Changes in Chinese Philosophy, Chad Hansen, 44 (3): 435-488

Factor, R. Lance, What Is the ‘Logic’ in Buddhist Logic? 33 (2): 183-188

Fan Chen’s Treatise on the Destructibility of the Spirit and Its Buddhist Critics, Ming-Wood Liu, 37 (4): 402-428

Feenberg, Andrew, Experience and Culture: Nishida’s Path “To the Things Themselves,” 49 (1): 28-44

Feezell, Randolph M., The Aesthetic Attitude Debate: Some Remarks on Saxena, Coleman, and a Phenomenological Approach to the Issue, 30 (1): 87-90

Feminism and Postmodernism, T. A. Klimenkova, 42 (2): 277-285

Feminist Aesthetics and the Spectrum of Gender, Marcia Morse, 42 (2): 287-295

The Feminist Revision of Philosophy: Potentials and Prospects, N. S. Yulina, 42 (2): 249-261

Fenner, Peter G., Candrakirti’s Refutation of Buddhist Idealism, 33 (3): 251-261

Fifty Years of the Department of Philosophy, University of Hawaii, 38 (3): 224-230

Fingarette, Herbert, Action and Suffering in the Bhagavad Gita, 34 (4): 357-369

Fingarette, Herbert, Comments on Charles Fu’s Discussion of Confucius: The Secular as Sacred, 28 (2): 223-226

Fingarette, Herbert, The Problem of the Self in the Analects, 29 (2): 129-140

Fingarette, Herbert, Response to Professor Rosemont, 28 (4): 511-514

Fingarette and Munro on Early Confucianism: A Methodological Examination, Charles Wei-hsun Fu, 28 (2): 181-198

Ford, Lewis, Response to ‘Process and Anarchy’, 28 (4): 521-523

Formal Ontology and Movement between Worlds, Ashok K. Gangadean, 26 (2): 167-188

Formal Ontology and the Dialectical Transformation of Consciousness, Ashok Kumar Gangadean, 29 (1): 21-48

Forman, Robert K. C., Paramartha and Modern Constructivists on Mysticism: Epistemological Monomorphism versus Duomorphism, 39 (4): 393-418

The Format of Technical Philosophical Writing in Ancient India: Inadequacies of Conventional Translations, Gerald James Larson, 30 (3): 375-380

Forrest, Peter, Reincarnation without Survival of Memory or Character, 28 (1): 91-97

Fort, Andrew O., Dreaming in Advaita Vedanta, 35 (4): 377-386

Foshay, Toby Avard, Denegation, Nonduality, and Language in Derrida and Dogen, 44 (3): 543-558

Fost, Frederic F., Playful Illusion: The Making of Worlds in Advaita Vedanta, 48 (3): 387-405

The “Four-Seven Debate” and the School of Principle in Korea, Xi-de Jin, 37 (4): 347-360

A Fragment of the Indian Philosophical Tradition–Theory of Pramana, J. N. Mohanty, 38 (3): 251-260

Freedom and Realms of Living, Jiwei Ci, 41 (3): 303-326

Friedman, Maurice, Martin Buber and Asia, 26 (4): 411-426

Frisina, Warren G., Are Knowledge and Action Really One Thing–A Study of Wang Yang-ming’s Doctrine of Mind, 39 (4): 419-447

Frisina, Warren G., Heaven’s Partners or Nietzschean Free Spirits? 45 (1): 29-60

From Mount Lu to the Agora: Returning to the Marketplace [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], P. Konings, E. Maex, and G. Bogaerts, 45 (4): 475-480

From Nothing to Being: The Notion of Creation in Chinese and Western Thought, Robert Neville, 30 (1): 21-34

Fu, Charles Wei-hsun, Fingarette and Munro on Early Confucianism: A Methodological Examination, 28 (2): 181-198

Further Developments of the Two Truths Theory in China, Whalen W. Lai, 30 (2): 139-161

Further Thoughts, Tu Wei-ming, 31 (3): 273-277

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Gall, Robert S., Kami and Daimon: A Cross-cultural Reflection on What Is Divine, 49 (1): 63-74

Gandhi, Sainthood, and Nuclear Weapons, Daniel A. Dombrowski, 33 (4): 401-406

Ganeri, Jonardon, The Hindu Syllogism: Nineteenth-Century Perceptions of Indian Logical Thought, 46 (1): 1-16

Gangadean, Ashok K., Comparative Ontology: Relative and Absolute Truth, 30 (4): 465-480

Gangadean, Ashok K., Formal Ontology and Movement between Worlds, 26 (2): 167-188

Gangadean, Ashok Kumar, Formal Ontology and the Dialectical Transformation of Consciousness, 29 (1): 21-48

Gare, Arran E., Understanding Oriental Cultures, 45 (3): 309-328

Garfield, Jay L., Dependent Arising and the Emptiness of Emptiness: Why Did Nagarjuna Start with Causation? 44 (2): 219-250

Garfield, Jay L., Epoche and Sunyata: Skepticism East and West, 40 (3): 285-307

Garner, Dick, Skepticism, Ordinary Language and Zen Buddhism, 27 (2): 165-181

Garner, Richard, Are Convenient Fictions Harmful to your Health? 43 (1): 87-106

The Gate in the Circle: A Paradigmatic Symbol in Early Chinese Cosmology, Franklin M. Doeringer, 32 (3): 309-324

Geertz, Clifford, Commentary on Professor Tu’s Article, 31 (3): 269-272

General Systems Philosophy and Samkhya-Yoga: Some Remarks, M. K. Bannerjee, 32 (1): 99-104

Gerow, Edwin, Language and Symbol in Indian Semiotics, 34 (3): 245-260

Getting It Right: On Saving Confucius from the Confucians, David L. Hall and Roger T. Ames, 34 (1): 3-23

Ghandi, Ramchandra, On Meriting Death, 31 (3): 337-353

Gier, Nicholas F., Hindu Titanism, 45 (1): 73-96

Giles, James, The No-Self Theory: Hume, Buddhism, and Personal Identity, 43 (2): 175-200

Gimello, Robert M., Apophatic and Kataphatic Discourse in Mahayana: A Chinese View, 26 (2): 117-136

Girardot, N. J., Chaotic “Order” (Hun-tun) and Benevolent “Disorder” (luan) in the Chuang Tzu, 28 (3): 299-321

Girardot, N. J., Response to Neville: “In The Night Kitchen,” 36 (3): 263-270

The Gita‘s Way as the Only Way, Robert N. Minor, 30 (3): 339-354

God and Creativity in the Cosmologies of Whitehead and Bhaskara, J. Bruce Long, 29 (4): 395-420

Gokhale, Pradeep P., The Carvaka Theory of Pramanas: A Restatement, 43 (4): 675-682

Gokhale, Pradeep P., The Terms Padartha and Prameya in the Context of Nyayasutra, 32 (2): 207-211

Gold, Jeffrey, Plato in the Light of Yoga, 46 (1): 17-32

The Golden Rule and Interpersonal Care–From a Confucian Perspective, Qingjie James Wang, 49 (4): 415-438

Goldman, Rene, Moral Leadership in Society: Some Parallels between the Confucian “Noble Man” and the Jewish Zaddik, 45 (3): 329-365

Gomez, Luis O., Proto-Madhyamika in the Pali Canon, 26 (2): 137-165

Goodchild, Philip, Speech and Silence in the Mumonkan: An Examination of Use of Language in Light of the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, 43 (1): 1-18

Goodman, Lenn E., Context, 38 (3): 307-323

Goodman, Lenn E., Introductory Remarks: Tradition–Celebrating Fifty Years of Academic Philosophy in Hawaii, 38 (3): 231-233

Goodman, Lenn E., Time, Creation, and the Mirror of Narcissus, 42 (1): 69-112

Goodman, Russell B., Skepticism and Realism in the Chuang Tzu, 35 (3): 231-237

Gradinarov, Plamen, Anthropic Web of the Universe: Atom and Atman, 39 (1): 27-45

Gradual Enlightenment, Sudden Enlightenment and Empiricism, Ivan Strenski, 30 (1): 3-20

Graham, A. C., The Disputation of Kung-sun Lung as Argument about Whole and Part, 36 (2): 89-106

Graham, A. C., Response to Benjamin Schwartz’ Review of Disputers of the Tao [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 17-19

Grange, Joseph, The Disappearance of the Public Good: Confucius, Dewey, Rorty, 46 (3): 351-366

Great Changes in Marxist Philosophy in China since 1978, Li-Quan Chou, 38 (1): 58-63

Greek and Chinese Categories: A Reexamination of the Problem of Linguistic Relativism, Jean-Paul Reding, 36 (4): 349-374

Gregor, A. James, Confucianism and the Political Thought of Sun Yat-Sen, 31 (1): 55-70

Gregory, Peter N., Tsung-mi and the Single Word “Awareness” (Chih), 35 (3): 249-269

Griffiths, Paul, On Being Mindless: The Debate on the Reemergence of Consciousness from the Attainment of Cessation in the Abhidharmakosabhasyam and Its Commentaries, 33 (4): 379-394

Griffiths, Paul J., Why Buddhas Can’t Remember Their Previous Lives, 39 (4): 449-451

Grimes, John, Some Problems in the Epistemology of Advaita, 41 (3): 291-301

Grimshaw, Jean, The Idea of a Female Ethic, 42 (2): 221-238

The Grounds of Mencius’ Argument, Willard J. Peterson, 29 (3): 307-321

Gu, Xin, Subjectivity, Modernity, and Chinese Hegelian Marxism: A Study of Li Zehou’s Philosophical Ideas from a Comparative Perspective, 46 (2): 205-246

Gunaratne, R. D., The Logical Form of Catuskoti: A New Solution, 30 (2): 211-239

Gunaratne, R. D., Understanding Nagarjuna’s Catuskoti, 36 (3): 213-234

Gupta, Bina, and William C. Wilcox, Are All Names of the Absolute Synonymous? 33 (3): 285-293

Gupta, Bina, and William C. Wilcox, “Tat tvam asi”: An Important Identity Statement or a Mere Tautology, 34 (1): 85-94

Gupta, Chhanda, Rationality and Culture: Behavior within the Family as a Case Study, 42 (3): 441-454

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Hacker, Edward A., A Brief Note on a Coin-method Equivalent to the Yarrow-stalk Method for Determining the Lines of a Hexagram in the I-Ching, 30 (4): 535-536

Halbfass, Wilhelm, India and the Comparative Method, 35 (1): 3-15

Hall, David, Praxis, Karman, and Creativity, 30 (1): 57-64

Hall, David L., Dancing at the Crucifixion, 39 (3): 319-325

Hall, David L., On Seeking a Change of Environment: A Quasi-Taoist Proposal, 37 (2): 160-171

Hall, David L., Process and Anarchy: A Taoist Vision of Creativity, 28 (3): 271-285

Hall, David L., Reply to Lewis Ford, 29 (2): 211-214

Hall, David L., A Response to A. L. Herman, 35 (2): 199-202

Hall, David L., and Roger T. Ames, Getting It Right: On Saving Confucius from the Confucians, 34 (1): 3-23

Han Classicists Writing in Dialogue about Their Own Tradition, Michael Nylan, 47 (2): 133-188

Hansen, Chad, Fa (Standards: Laws) and Meaning Changes in Chinese Philosophy, 44 (3): 435-488

Hansen, Chad, Linguistic Skepticism in the Lao Tzu, 31 (3): 321-336

Hansen, Chad D., Mass Nouns and “A White Horse Is Not a Horse,” 26 (2): 189-209

Harbsmeier, Christoph, Humor in Ancient Chinese Philosophy, 39 (3): 289-310

The Harmonious Universe of Fa-tsang and Leibniz: A Comparative Study, Ming-wood Liu, 32 (1): 61-76

Hart, James G., The Rationality of Culture and the Culture of Rationality: Some Husserlian Proposals, 42 (4): 643-664

Hartshorne, Charles, Theism in Asian and Western Thought, 28 (4): 401-411

Hatton, Russell, A Comparison of Ch’i and Prime Matter, 32 (2): 159-175

Hawthorn, John, Some Problems with the Cartesian Model of Belief, 38 (3): 347-357

Hearne, James, A Critical Note on the Cheng-Swain Interpretation of the Chih Wu Lun, 26 (2): 225-228

Heaven’s Partners or Nietzschean Free Spirits? Warren G. Frisina, 45 (1): 29-60

Hegel’s Criticism of Chinese Philosophy, Young Kun Kim 28 (2): 173-180

Heine, Steven, History, Transhistory, and Narrative History: A Postmodern View of Nishitani’s Philosophy of Zen, 44 (2): 251-278

Heine, Steven, Philosophy for an ‘Age of Death’: The Critique of Science and Technology in Heidegger and Nishitani, 40 (2): 175-193

Heine, Steven, Temporality of Hermeneutics in Dogen’s Shobogenzo, 33 (2): 139-147

Heisig, James W., Non-I and Thou: Nishida, Buber, and the Moral Consequences of Self-actualization, 50 (2): 179-207

Henderson, John B., Critique of Papers on “Sinological Torque,” 28 (2): 209-213

Herman, A. L., Ah, but There Is a Paradox of Desire in Buddhism–A Reply to Wayne Alt, 30 (4): 529-532

Herman, A. L., A Solution to the Paradox of Desire in Buddhism, 29 (1): 91-94

Herman, Arthur L., A Reply to David L. Hall, 35 (2): 202

Herrera L., Maria, Equal Respect among Unequal Partners: Gender Difference and the Constitution of Moral Subjects, 42 (2): 263-275

Hershock, Peter D., Dramatic Intervention: Human Rights from a Buddhist Perspective, 50 (1): 9-33

Hershock, Peter D., Person as Narration: The Dissolution of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in Ch’an Buddhism, 44 (4): 685-710

The Hidden Advantage of Tradition: On the Significance of T. S. Eliot’s Indic Studies, Jeffrey M. Perl and Andrew Tuck, 35 (2): 115-131

Higgins, Kathleen Marie, Apollo, Music, and Cross-Cultural Rationality, 42 (4): 623-641

The Hindu Syllogism: Nineteenth-Century Perceptions of Indian Logical Thought, Jonardon Ganeri, 46 (1): 1-16

Hindu Titanism, Nicholas F. Gier, 45 (1): 73-96

The Historical Buddha (Gotama), Hume, and James on the Self: Comparisons and Evaluations, D. C. Mathur, 28 (3): 253-270

The Historical Structure of the Eternal: Nichiren’s Eschatology, Makoto Ozaki, 29 (3): 295-306

History, Transhistory, and Narrative History: A Postmodern View of Nishitani’s Philosophy of Zen, Steven Heine, 44 (2): 251-278

How not to Criticize Nagarjuna: A Response to L. Stafford Betty, David Loy, 34 (4): 437-446

How to Rejuvenate Ethics: Suggestions from Chu Hsi, Kirill Ole Thompson, 41 (4): 493-514

Hsing (Nature) as the Ontological Basis of Practicality in Early Ch’ing Ch’eng-Chu Confucianism: Li Kuang-ti’s (1642-1718) Philosophy, On-cho Ng, 44 (1): 79-109

Hsu, Sung-peng, Lao Tzu’s Conception of Evil, 26 (3): 301-316

Hsun Tzu as a Religious Philosopher, Edward J. Machle, 26 (4): 443-461

Huang, Siu-chi, Introduction to the 1976 Workshop on “Dialogue in Skepticism,” 27 (2): 135-136

Huh, Woo-Sung, The Philosophy of History in the “Later” Nishida: A Philosophic Turn, 40 (3): 343-374

The Human Body as a Boundary Symbol: A Comparison of Merleau-Ponty and Dogen, Carl Olson, 36 (2): 107-120

Human Embodiment: The Theme and the Encounter in Vedantic Phenomenology, Debabrata Sinha, 35 (3): 239-247

Human Nature and Biological Nature in Mencius, Irene Bloom, 47 (1): 21-32

Humor and Social Life, Janice Porteous, 39 (3): 279-288

Humor in Ancient Chinese Philosophy, Christoph Harbsmeier, 39 (3): 289-310

Humor in Zen: Comic Midwifery, Conrad Hyers, 39 (3): 267-277

Huntington, C. W., Jr., A “Nonreferential” View of Language and Conceptual Thought in the Work of Tson-kha-pa, 33 (4): 325-339

Hurst, G. Cameron, III, Death, Honor, and Loyalty: The Bushido Ideal, 40 (4): 511-527

Hwang, Philip Ho, A New Interpretation of Confucius, 30 (1): 45-55

Hwang, Philip Ho, What is Mencius’ Theory of Human Nature? 29 (2): 201-210

Hyers, Conrad, Humor in Zen: Comic Midwifery, 39 (3): 267-277

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The I Ching in the Shinto Thought of Tokugawa Japan, Wai-ming Ng, 48 (4): 568-591

Ichikawa’s View of the Body, Shigenori Nagatomo, 36 (4): 375-391

The Idea of a Female Ethic, Jean Grimshaw, 42 (2): 221-238

Ideas of Nature in an Asian Context, Michael G. Barnhart, 47 (3): 417-432

Ihara, Craig K., David Wong on Emotions in Mencius, 41 (1): 45-53

Ihara, Craig K., Introduction [to “Special Issue: Understanding Japanese Values”], 40 (4): 429-432

“Iki,” Style, Trace: Shuzo Kuki and the Spirit of Hermeneutics, T. Botz-Bornstein, 47 (4): 554-580

Ikuenobe, Polycarp, The Parochial Universalist Conception of ‘Philosophy’ and ‘African Philosophy’, 47 (2): 189-210

Illusionism (Mayavada) in Late T’ang Buddhism: A Hypothesis on the Philosophical Roots of the Round Enlightenment Sutra (Yuan-chueh-ching), Whalen Lai, 28 (1): 39-51

Im, Manyul, Emotional Control and Virtue in the Mencius, 49 (1): 1-27

The Image of Woman in Religious Consciousness: Past, Present, and Future, M. T. Stepaniants, 42 (2): 239-247

In Defense of Afro-Japanese Ethnophilosophy, Fidelis U. Okafor, 47 (3): 363-382

In Defense of Mystical Science, John A. Schumacher and Robert M. Anderson, 29 (1): 73-90

In Defense of the Traditional Order: Ch’oksa Wijong, Chai-sik Chung, 30 (3): 355-373

In Quest of Harmony: Plato and Confucius on Poetry, Zong-qi Cai, 49 (3): 317-345

Inada, Kenneth K., Environmental Problematics in the Buddhist Context, 37 (2): 135-149

Inada, Kenneth K., Problematics of the Buddhist Nature of Self, 29 (2): 141-158

Inada, Kenneth K., The Range of Buddhist Ontology, 38 (3): 261-280

Inada, Kenneth K., A Theory of Oriental Aesthetics: A Prolegomenon, 47 (2): 117-131

India and the Comparative Method, Wilhelm Halbfass, 35 (1): 3-15

Indian Theories of Truth: Thoughts on Their Common Framework, J. N. Mohanty, 30 (4): 439-451

The Indian Theory of Suggestion (Dhvani), V. K. Chari, 27 (4): 391-399

Indian Tradition and Negation, K. N. Upadhyaya, 38 (3): 281-289

The Indianness of Modern Indian Philosophy as a Historical and Philosophical Problem, Peter Schreiner, 28 (1): 21-37

Indich, William M., Can the Advaita Vedanta Provide a Meaningful Definition of Absolute Consciousness? 30 (4): 481-493

Individual and Social Morality in Japan and the United States: Rival Conceptions of the Self, Alasdair Maclntyre, 40 (4): 489-497

Indra’s Postmodern Net, David Loy, 43 (3): 481-510

“Intellectual Ahimsa” Revisited: Jain Tolerance and Intolerance of Others, John E. Cort, 50 (3): 324-347

International Vedanta Conference in Madras: A Report, Fred Dallmayr, 47 (2): 255-258

Interpersonal Values in the Teaching of Philosophy, G. H. Mahood, 27 (1): 23-34

Interpreting across Boundaries: A Conference of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, David Edward Shaner, 36 (2): 143-154

Interpreting across Boundaries: Some Preliminary Reflections–Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Presidential Address, Gerald James Larson, 36 (2): 131-142

Interpreting Simone Weil: Presence and Absence in Attention, Ann Pirruccello, 45 (1): 61-72

Intimacy: A General Orientation in Japanese Religious Values, Thomas P. Kasulis, 40 (4): 433-449

Introduction [to “Special Issue: Environmental Ethics”], Roger T. Ames, 37 (2): 111-114

Introduction [to special issue: “Mt. Abu Regional East-West Philosophers’ Conference, ‘Culture and Rationality'”], Daya Krishna, 42 (4): 559-560

Introduction [to special issue: “Panel: The Relation between ‘Action’ and ‘Suffering’ in Asian Philosophy”], Gerald James Larson, 34 (4): 351-356

Introduction [to “Special Issue: Philosophy and Humor”], Thomas P. Kasulis, 39 (3): 239-241

Introduction [to “Special Issue: The Philosophy of Jainism”], Kim Skoog, 50 (3): 321-323

Introduction [to “Special Issue: Understanding Japanese Values”], Craig K. Ihara, 40 (4): 429-432

Introduction: A Cross-cultural Conversation on Li Zehou’s Ideas on Subjectivity and Aesthetics in Modern Chinese Thought [introduction to “Special Issue: ‘Subjectality’: Li Zehou and His Critical Analysis of Chinese Thought”], Timothy Cheek, 49 (2): 113-119

Introduction: The Problem of the Self [Introductory Remarks on the Symposium: “The Problem of the Self”], Ashok Malhotra, 29 (2): 123-128

Introduction to the 1976 Workshop on “Dialogue in Skepticism,” Siu-chi Huang, 27 (2): 135-136

Introduction to the Special Issue: Comparative and Asian Philosophy in Australia and New Zealand, Purushottama Bilimoria, 45 (2): 151-169

Introductory Remarks on the Symposium “The Problem of Truth,” by Ashok Malhotra, 30 (4): 421-424

Introductory Remarks: Tradition–Celebrating Fifty Years of Academic Philosophy in Hawaii, Lenn E. Goodman, 38 (3): 231-233

Investigations of the Self, Joel J. Kupperman, 34 (1): 37-51

Investigative Interrelatedness between the Study of the Human Mind and Present-day Philosophy, Mary Carman Rose, 29 (2): 189-200

Is Anubhava a Pramana according to Sankara? Arvind Sharma, 42 (3): 517-526

Is Liberation (Moksa) Pleasant? A. Chakrabarti, 33 (2): 167-182

Is Nagarjuna a Philosopher? A Response to Professor Loy, L. Stafford Betty, 34 (4): 447-450

Is There a Distinction between Reason and Emotion in Mencius? David B. Wong, 41 (1): 31-44

Is Whatever Exists Knowable and Nameable? Roy W. Perrett, 49 (4): 401-414

It Is More Difficult to Crush a Flower, George Teschner, 36 (4): 409-418

Italian Studies on Far Eastern Thought in Comparative Philosophy, Paolo Santangelo, 43 (3): 573-581

Ivanhoe, Philip J., Reweaving the “One Thread” of the Analects, 40 (1): 17-33

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J. L. Mehta Memorial Notice, John Carman, 39 (1): 2

Jackson, Roger, Dharmakirti’s Refutation of Theism, 36 (4): 315-348

Jain, Pragati, Saptabhangi–The Jaina Theory of Sevenfold Predication: A Logical Analysis, 50 (3): 385-399

The Jaina Conception of Tarka, V. K. Bharadwaja, 31 (4): 501-505

Jan, Yun-hua, The Mind as the Buddha-nature: The Concept of the Absolute in Ch’an Buddhism, 31 (4): 467-477

Jan, Yun-hua, Tsung-mi’s Questions Regarding the Confucian Absolute, 30 (4): 495-504

Japanese Aesthetics: The Construction of Meaning, Michele Marra, 45 (3): 367-386

Japanese Ethics: Beyond Good and Evil, Robert J. J. Wargo, 40 (4): 499-509

Jen and Li in the Analects, Kwong-loi Shun, 43 (3): 457-480

Jen as a Living Metaphor in the Confucian Analects, Tu Wei-ming, 31 (1): 45-54

Jiang, Xinyan, What Kind of Knowledge Does a Weak-willed Person Have?–A Comparative Study of Aristotle and the Ch’eng-Chu School, 50 (2): 242-253

Jin, Xi-de, The “Four-Seven Debate” and the School of Principle in Korea, 37 (4): 347-360

Jochim, Christian, Naturalistic Ethics in a Chinese Context: Chang Tsai’s Contribution, 31 (2): 165-177

Jones, Richard H., Must Enlightened Mystics Be Moral? 34 (3): 273-293

Jones, Richard H., The Nature and Function of Nagarjuna’s Arguments, 28 (4): 485-502

Jones, Richard H., Vidya and Avidya in the Isa Upanisad, 31 (1): 79-87

Jones, Richard Hubert, A Philosophical Analysis of Mystical Utterances, 29 (3): 255-274

Joseph, Audrey, Karman, Self-Knowledge and I-Ching Divination, 30 (1): 65-75

Jullien, François, The Chinese Notion of “Blandness” as a Virtue: A Preliminary Outline, trans. by Graham Parkes, 43 (1): 107-112

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Kalupahana, David J., The Buddhist Conceptions of “Subject” and “Object” and Their Moral Implications, 38 (3): 290-306

Kalupahana, David J., The Notion of Suffering in Early Buddhism Compared with Some Reflections of Early Wittgenstein, 27 (4): 423-431

Kalupahana on Nirvana, Tyson Anderson, 40 (2): 221-234

Kami and Daimon: A Cross-cultural Reflection on What Is Divine, Robert S. Gall, 49 (1): 63-74

Kao-Tzu and Mencius on Mind: Analyzing a Paradigm Shift in Classical China, Whalen Lai, 34 (2): 147-160

Kaplan, Stephen, Mind, Maya, and Holography: A Phenomenology of Projection, 33 (4): 367-378

Kar, Bijayananda, A Note on the Abadhitarthavisayam jnanam, 26 (1): 69-70

Karma, Causation, and Divine Intervention, Bruce R. Reichenbach, 39 (2): 135-149

Karman, Self-Knowledge and I-Ching Divination, Audrey Joseph, 30 (1): 65-75

The Karmic A Priori in Indian Philosophy [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], Karl H. Potter, 42 (3): 407-419

Kassab, Elizabeth Suzanne, An Arab Neo-Kantian Philosophy of Culture: Constantine Zurayk on Culture, Reason, and Ethics, 49 (4): 494-512

Kasulis, T. P., Reference and Symbol in Plato’s Cratylus and Kukai’s Shojijissogi, 32 (4): 393-405

Kasulis, T. P., Truth and Zen, 30 (4): 453-464

Kasulis, Thomas P., Intimacy: A General Orientation in Japanese Religious Values, 40 (4): 433-449

Kasulis, Thomas P., Introduction [to “Special Issue: Philosophy and Humor”], 39 (3): 239-241

Kasulis, Thomas P., Sushi, Science, and Spirituality: Modern Japanese Philosophy and Its Views of Western Science, 45 (2): 227-248

Katz, Nathan, An Appraisal of the Svatantrika-Prasangika Debates, 26 (3): 253-267

Katz, Nathan, Prasanga and Deconstruction: Tibetan Hermeneutics and the Yana Controversy, 34 (2): 185-204

Kawaiso, Justice and Reciprocity: Themes in Japanese and Western Ethics, Ronald McLaren, 34 (1): 53-66

Keightley, David N., Shang Divination and Metaphysics, 38 (4): 367-397

Kent, Stephen A., Early Samkhya in the Buddhacarita, 32 (3): 259-278

Kent, Stephen A., Valentinian Gnosticism and Classical Samkhya: A Thematic and Structural Comparison, 30 (2): 241-259

Kesarcodi-Watson, Ian, Samadhi in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, 32 (1): 77-90

Kesarcodi-Watson, Ian, What Am I?–The Preconditions, 27 (4): 449-453

Kierkegaard and Confucius: On Finding the Way, Henry Rosemont, Jr., 36 (3): 201-212

Kim, Daeshik, and Allan Back, Pacifism and the Eastern Martial Arts, 32 (2): 177-186

Kim, Ha Tai, The Religious Dimension of Neo-Confucianism, 27 (3): 337-348

Kim, Young Kun, Hegel’s Criticism of Chinese Philosophy, 28 (2): 173-180

Kim, Yung Sik, Some Aspects of the Concept of Ch’i in Chu Hsi, 34 (1): 25-36

Kimura, Kiyotaka, The Self in Medieval Japanese Buddhism: Focusing on Dogen, 41 (3): 327-340

King, Richard, Early Yogacara and its Relationship with the Madhyamaka School, 44 (4): 659-683

King, Sallie B., Buddha Nature and the Concept of Person, 39 (2): 151-170

King, Winston L., The Existential Nature of Buddhist Ultimates, 33 (3): 263-271

Kjellberg, Paul, Skepticism, Truth, and the Good Life: A Comparison of Zhuangzi and Sextus Empiricus, 44 (1): 111-133

Klimenkova, T. A., Feminism and Postmodernism, 42 (2): 277-285

Klostermaier, Klaus, Dharmameghah Samadhi: Comments on Yogasutra IV, 29, 36 (3): 253-262

Klostermaier, Klaus, Moksa and Critical Theory, 35 (1): 61-71

Klostermaier, Klaus K., Time in Patanjali’s Yogasutras, 34 (2): 205-210

Knowledge and Cosmos in the Philosophies of Mach and Ch’eng I, A. M. Alpert, 30 (2): 163-179

Koller, John M., Skepticism in Early Indian Thought, 27 (2): 155-164

Koller, John M., Syadvada as the Epistemological Key to the Jaina Middle Way Metaphysics of Anekantavada, 50 (3): 400-407

Kong, Roberta Lion, Metaphysics and East-West Philosophy: Applying the Chinese T’i-yung Paradigm, 29 (1): 49-58

Konings, P., E. Maex, and G. Bogaerts, From Mount Lu to the Agora: Returning to the Marketplace [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], 45 (4): 475-480

Koseki, Aaron K., Chi-tsang’s Sheng-man pao-k’u: The True Dharma Doctrine and the Bodhisattva Ideal 34 (1): 67-83

Koseki, Aaron K., The Concept of Practice in San Lun Thought: Chi-Tsang and the “Concurrent Insight” of the Two Truths, 31 (4): 449-466

Krishna, Daya, Introduction [to special issue: “Mt. Abu Regional East-West Philosophers’ Conference, ‘Culture and Rationality'”], 42 (4): 559-560

Kung-sun Lung, Designated Things, and Logic, Fred Rieman, 30 (3): 305-319

Kung-sun Lung: White Horse and Other Issues, Chung-ying Cheng, 33 (4): 341-354

Kung-sun, White Horses and Logic, Fred Rieman, 31 (4): 415-447

Kupperman, Joel J., Investigations of the Self, 34 (1): 37-51

Kupperman, Joel J., Not in So Many Words: Chuang-tzu’s Strategies of Communication, 39 (3): 311-317

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LaFleur, William R., Contestation and Consensus: The Morality of Abortion in Japan, 40 (4): 529-542

Lai, Karyn L., Confucian Moral Thinking, 45 (2): 249-272

Lai, Whalen, Ch’an Metaphors: Waves, Water, Mirror, Lamp, 29 (3): 243-253

Lai, Whalen, Chinese Buddhist Causation Theories: An Analysis of the Sinitic Mahayana Understanding of Pratitya-samutpada, 27 (3): 241-264

Lai, Whalen, Illusionism (Mayavada) in Late T’ang Buddhism: A Hypothesis on the Philosophical Roots of the Round Enlightenment Sutra (Yuan-chueh-ching), 28 (1): 39-51

Lai, Whalen, Kao-Tzu and Mencius on Mind: Analyzing a Paradigm Shift in Classical China, 34 (2): 147-160

Lai, Whalen, The Meaning of ‘Mind Only’ (Wei Hsin): An Analysis of a Sinitic Mahayana Phenomenon, 27 (1): 65-83

Lai, Whalen, Sinitic Speculations on Buddha-nature: The Nirvana School, 32 (2): 135-149

Lai, Whalen, Sinitic Understanding of the Two Truths Theory in the Liang Dynasty 28 (3): 339-351

Lai, Whalen W., The Early Prajna Schools, Especially “Hsin-Wu,” Reconsidered, 33 (1): 61-77

Lai, Whalen W., Further Developments of the Two Truths Theory in China, 30 (2): 139-161

Language against Its Own Mystifications: Deconstruction in Nagarjuna and Dogen, David R. Loy, 49 (3): 245-260

Language and Symbol in Indian Semiotics, Edwin Gerow, 34 (3): 245-260

Language and the Languages of East-West Philosophy: An Introduction, Douglas D. Daye, 26 (2): 113-115

Language and World View in Ancient China, Bao Zhiming, 40 (2): 195-219

Language, Ethics, and the Other between Athens and Jerusalem: A Comparative Study of Plato and Rosenzweig, L. Anckaert, 45 (4): 545-567

Lao Tzu’s Conception of Evil, Sung-peng Hsu, 26 (3): 301-316

Larrabee, M. J., The One and the Many: Yogacara Buddhism and Husserl, 31 (1): 3-15

Larson, Gerald James, The Aesthetic (Rasavada) and the Religious (Brahmasvada) in Abhinavagupta’s Kashmir Saivism, 26 (4): 371-387

Larson, Gerald James, Ayurveda and the Hindu Philosophical Systems, 37 (3): 245-259

Larson, Gerald James, “Conceptual Resources” in South Asia for “Environmental Ethics” or The Fly Is Still Alive and Well in the Bottle, 37 (2): 150-159

Larson, Gerald James, An Eccentric Ghost in the Machine: Formal and Quantitative Aspects of the Samkhya-Yoga Dualism, 33 (3): 219-233

Larson, Gerald James, The Format of Technical Philosophical Writing in Ancient India: Inadequacies of Conventional Translations, 30 (3): 375-380

Larson, Gerald James, Interpreting across Boundaries: Some Preliminary Reflections–Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy Presidential Address, 36 (2): 131-142

Larson, Gerald James, Introduction [to special issue “Panel: The Relation between ‘Action’ and ‘Suffering’ in Asian Philosophy”], 34 (4): 351-356

Larson, Gerald James, The Trimurti of Smrti in Classical Indian Thought, 43 (3): 373-388

The Law of Karma and the Principle of Causation, Bruce R. Reichenbach, 38 (4): 399-410

Lawrence, David, The Mythico-Ritual Syntax of Omnipotence, 48 (4): 592-622

Lawrence, David, Siva’s Self-Recognition and the Problem of Interpretation, 48 (2): 197-231

Lawrence, David, Tantric Argument: The Transfiguration of Philosophical Discourse in the Pratyabhijna System of Utpaladeva and Abhinavagupta, 46 (2): 165-204

Lee, Jig-chuen, Wang Yang-ming, Chu Hsi, and the Investigation of Things, 37 (1): 24-35

Lee, Jung H., Problems of Religious Pluralism: A Zen Critique of John Hick’s Ontological Monomorphism, 48 (3): 453-477

Lee, Seung-hwan, Liberal Rights or/and Confucian Virtues? 46 (3): 367-379

Legge, Russel D., Chuang Tzu and the Free Man, 29 (1): 11-20

Leibniz’ Binary System and Shao Yong’s Yijing, James A. Ryan, 46 (1): 59-90

Leites, Edmund, Confucianism in Eighteenth-century England: Natural Morality and Social Reform, 28 (2): 143-159

Levels of Truth and Reality in the Philosophies of Descartes and Samkara, Craig Schroeder, 35 (3): 285-293

Li, Chenyang, Shifting Perspectives: Filial Morality Revisited, 47 (2): 211-232

Li, Minghua, and Lin Tongqi, Subjectivity: Marxism and “The Spiritual” in China since Mao, 44 (4): 609-646

Li, Zehou, Subjectivity and “Subjectality”: A Response, 49 (2): 174-183

Li and Moral Justification: A Study in the Li Chi, A. S. Cua, 33 (1): 1-16

Li and Yi as Immanent: Chu Hsi’s Thought in Practical Perspective, Kirill O. Thompson, 38 (1): 30-46

Liang Shuming and Henri Bergson on Intuition: Cultural Context and the Evolution of Terms, Yanming An, 47 (3): 337-362

Liberal Rights or/and Confucian Virtues? Seung-hwan Lee, 46 (3): 367-379

Liberalism and Democracy, Joan McGregor, 38 (3): 334-346

The Limits of Irony: Rorty and the China Challenge, Randall Peerenboom, 50 (1): 56-89

Lin, Tongqi, and Li Minghua, Subjectivity: Marxism and “The Spiritual” in China since Mao, 44 (4): 609-646

Linguistic Skepticism in the Lao Tzu, Chad Hansen, 31 (3): 321-336

Lipman, Kennard, The Cittamatra and Its Madhyamaka Critique: Some Phenomenological Reflections, 32 (3): 295-308

Lipner, J. J., The Christian and Vedantic Theories of Originative Causality: A Study in Transcendence and Immanence, 28 (1): 53-68

Liu, Jingshan, An Exploration of the Mode of Thinking of Ancient China, 35 (4): 387-397

Liu, Ming-Wood, A Chinese Madhyamaka Theory of Truth: The Case of Chi-tsang, 43 (4): 649-673

Liu, Ming-Wood, Fan Chen’s Treatise on the Destructibility of the Spirit and Its Buddhist Critics, 37 (4): 402-428

Liu, Ming-wood, The Harmonious Universe of Fa-tsang and Leibniz: A Comparative Study, 32 (1): 61-76

Liu, Ming-Wood, The Mind-only Teaching of Ching-ying Hui-yuan: An Early Interpretation of Yogacara Thought in China, 35 (4): 351-376

Liu, Ming-Wood, The Yogacara and Madhyamika Interpretations of the Buddha-nature Concept in Chinese Buddhism, 35 (2): 171-193

Liu, Shu-hsien, Sinological Torque: An Observation, 28 (2): 199-207

Liu, Shu-hsien, Some Reflections on Mencius’ Views of Mind-Heart and Human Nature, trans. by Kwong-loi Shun, 46 (2): 143-164

Liu, Shu-hsien, Theism from a Chinese Perspective, 28 (4): 413-417

Liu, Yameng, Three Issues in the Argumentative Conception of Early Chinese Discourse, 46 (1): 33-58

Lo, Winston W., Wang An-shih and the Confucian Ideal of “Inner Sageliness,” 26 (1): 41-53

The Logical Form of Catuskoti: A New Solution, R. D. Gunaratne, 30 (2): 211-239

Long, J. Bruce, God and Creativity in the Cosmologies of Whitehead and Bhaskara, 29 (4): 395-420

Lopez, Donald S., Jr., Approaching the Numinous: Rudolf Otto and Tibetan Tantra, 29 (4): 467-476

Lopez, Donald S., Jr., Buddhist Hermeneutics: A Conference Report, 37 (1): 71-83

Lorch, Ingrid Turner, and David Applebaum, Tracking the Discontinuity of Perception, 28 (4): 469-484

Loy, David, The Difference between Samsara and Nirvana, 33 (4): 355-365

Loy, David, How not to Criticize Nagarjuna: A Response to L. Stafford Betty, 34 (4): 437-445

Loy, David, Indra’s Postmodern Net, 43 (3): 481-510

Loy, David, The Mahayana Deconstruction of Time, 36 (1): 13-23

Loy, David, The Nonduality of Life and Death: A Buddhist View of Repression, 40 (2): 151-174

Loy, David, The Path of No-Path: Sankara and Dogen on the Paradox of Practice, 38 (2): 127-146

Loy, David, Wei-Wu-Wei: Nondual Action, 35 (1): 73-86

Loy, David R., Language against Its Own Mystifications: Deconstruction in Nagarjuna and Dogen, 49 (3): 245-260

Lu, Martin, Was Mencius a True Successor of Confucius? 33 (1): 79-86

Lysenko, Victoria G., Comparative Philosophy in the Soviet Union, 42 (2): 309-326

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Mabbett, I. W., Nagarjuna and Zeno on Motion, 34 (4): 401-420

Mabbett, Ian W., Nagarjuna and Deconstruction, 45 (2): 203-225

Machle, Edward J., Hsun Tzu as a Religious Philosopher, 26 (4): 443-461

MacIntyre, Alasdair, Individual and Social Morality in Japan and the United States: Rival Conceptions of the Self, 40 (4): 489-497

Macy, Joanna Rogers, Systems Philosophy as a Hermeneutic for Buddhist Teachings, 26 (1): 21-32

The Madhyamaka and Modern Western Philosophy, Peter Della Santina, 36 (1): 41-54

The Madhyamika Attack on Essentialism: A Critical Appraisal, G. C. Nayak, 29 (4): 477-490

Maex, E., P. Konings, and G. Bogaerts, From Mount Lu to the Agora: Returning to the Marketplace [“Introduction” to “Special Issue: Comparative Philosophy in the Low Countries”], 45 (4): 475-480

The Maha-Vibhasa Arguments for Sarvastivada, David Bastow, 44 (3): 489-500

The Mahayana Deconstruction of Time, David Loy, 36 (1): 13-23

Mahood, G. H., Interpersonal Values in the Teaching of Philosophy, 27 (1): 23-34

Mair, Victor H., and Stephen E. McKenna, A Reordering of the Hexagrams of the I Ching, 29 (4): 421-441

Makeham, John, The Chien-pai Sophism–Alive and Well, 39 (1): 75-81

Makeham, John, Names, Actualities, and the Emergence of Essentialist Theories of Naming in Classical Chinese Thought, 41 (3): 341-363

Malhotra, Ashok, Introduction: The Problem of the Self [Introductory Remarks on the Symposium: “The Problem of the Self”], 29 (2): 123-128

Malhotra, Ashok, Introductory Remarks on the Symposium “The Problem of Truth,” 30 (4): 421-424

Mana: Yin and Yang, John Patterson, 50 (2): 229-241

Mansfield, Victor, Relativity in Madhyamika Buddhism and Modern Physics, 40 (1): 59-72

Marks, Joel, Emotion East and West: Introduction to a Comparative Philosophy, 41 (1): 1-30

Marra, Michele, Japanese Aesthetics: The Construction of Meaning, 45 (3): 367-386

Marsella, Anthony J., On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Department of Philosophy, University of Hawaii, 38 (3): 223

Martin Buber and Asia, Maurice Friedman, 26 (4): 411-426

Mass Nouns and “A White Horse Is Not a Horse,” by Chad D. Hansen, 26 (2): 189-209

Master Chu’s Self-Realization: The Role of Ch’eng, John Berthrong, 43 (1): 39-64

Mathur, D. C., The Historical Buddha (Gotama), Hume, and James on the Self: Comparisons and Evaluations, 28 (3): 253-270

Matilal, Bimal, Error and Truth–Classical Indian Theories, 31 (2): 215-224

McCarty, Richard, The Aesthetic Attitude in India and the West, 36 (2): 121-130

McDermott, Charlene, A Comparative Investigation of the Awareness of Duhkha, 27 (4): 433-448

McEvilley, Thomas, Early Greek Philosophy and Madhyamika, 31 (2): 141-164

McEvilley, Thomas, Plotinus and Vijnanavada Buddhism, 30 (2): 181-193

McEvilley, Thomas, Pyrrhonism and Madhyamika, 32 (1): 3-35

McGregor, Joan, Liberalism and Democracy 38 (3): 334-346

McKenna, Stephen E., and Victor H. Mair, A Reordering of the Hexagrams of the I Ching, 29 (4): 421-441

McLaren, Ronald, Kawaiso, Justice and Reciprocity: Themes in Japanese and Western Ethics, 34 (1): 53-66

Meaning as Merging: The Hermeneutics of Reinterpreting King Lear in the Light of the Hsiao-ching, Sandra A. Wawrytko, 36 (4): 393-408

The Meaning of ‘Mind Only’ (Wei Hsin): An Analysis of a Sinitic Mahayana Phenomenon, Whalen Lai, 27 (1): 65-83

Medicine and History as Theoretical Tools in a Confucian Pragmatism, Anne D. Birdwhistell, 45 (1): 1-28

Mehta, J. L., Problems of Understanding, 39 (1): 3-12

Mencian Arguments on Human Nature (Jen-hsing), Irene Bloom, 44 (1): 19-53

Mencius’ Criticism of Mohism: An Analysis of Meng Tzu 3A:5, Kwong-loi Shun, 41 (2): 203-214

Mencius on Jen-hsing, Kwong-loi Shun, 47 (1): 1-20

Mercer, Rosemary, Picturing the Universe: Adventures with Miura Baien at the Borderland of Philosophy and Science, 48 (3): 478-502

Metaphysics and East-West Philosophy: Applying the Chinese T’i-yung Paradigm, Roberta Lion Kong, 29 (1): 49-58

Metaphysics in Dogen, Kevin Schilbrack, 50 (1): 34-55

Microgenesis and Buddhism: The Concept of Momentariness, Jason W. Brown, 49 (3): 261-277

Mikkelson, Douglas K., Who Is Arguing about the Cat? Moral Action and Enlightenment according to Dogen, 47 (3): 383-398

The Mimamsa Theory of Self-Recognition, John A. Taber, 40 (1): 35-57

Mind and Morality in Nineteenth-century Japanese Religions: Misogi-kyo and Maruyama-kyo, Janine Anderson Sawada, 48 (1): 108-141

The Mind as the Buddha-nature: The Concept of the Absolute in Ch’an Buddhism, Yun-hua Jan, 31 (4): 467-477

Mind, Maya, and Holography: A Phenomenology of Projection, Stephen Kaplan, 33 (4): 367-378

The Mind-only Teaching of Ching-ying Hui-yuan: An Early Interpretation of Yogacara Thought in China, Ming-Wood Liu, 35 (4): 351-376

Minor, Robert N., The Gita‘s Way as the Only Way, 30 (3): 339-354

Mitchell, Donald W., The Paradox of Buddhist Wisdom, 26 (1): 55-67

Model of Causality in Chinese Philosophy: A Comparative Study, Chung-ying Cheng, 26 (1): 3-20

Mohanty, J. N., Consciousness and Knowledge in Indian Philosophy, 29 (1): 3-10

Mohanty, J. N., A Fragment of the Indian Philosophical Tradition–Theory of Pramana, 38 (3): 251-260

Mohanty, J. N., Indian Theories of Truth: Thoughts on Their Common Framework, 30 (4): 439-451

Mohanty, J. N., On Matilal’s Understanding of Indian Philosophy [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], 42 (3): 397-406

Moksa and Critical Theory, Klaus Klostermaier, 35 (1): 61-71

Moller, Hans-Georg, Zhuangzi’s “Dream of the Butterfly”–A Daoist Interpretation, 49 (4): 439-450

Mollgaard, Eske J., Negation, Poetry, and Philosophy: Moments between the Feng and the Lunyu, 43 (4): 715-736

Moral Leadership in Society: Some Parallels between the Confucian “Noble Man” and the Jewish Zaddik, Rene Goldman, 45 (3): 329-365

The “Moral Universal” from the Perspectives of East Asian Thought, Tu Wei-ming, 31 (3): 259-267

Morality and Human Nature, A. S. Cua, 32 (3): 279-294

A Morality Based on Trust: Some Reflections on Japanese Morality, Yutaka Yamamoto, 40 (4): 451-469

Morreall, John, The Rejection of Humor in Western Thought, 39 (3): 243-265

Morse, Marcia, Feminist Aesthetics and the Spectrum of Gender, 42 (2): 287-295

Mothering: Moral Cultivation in Buddhist and Feminist Ethics, John Powers and Deane Curtin, 44 (1): 1-18

Mou, Bo, The Structure of the Chinese Language and Ontological Insights: A Collective-Noun Hypothesis, 49 (1): 45-62

Mungello, David E., The Reconciliation of Neo-Confucianism with Christianity in the Writings of Joseph de Premare, S.J., 26 (4): 389-410

Mungello, David E., Sinological Torque: The Influence of Cultural Preoccupations on Seventeenth-century Missionary Interpretations of Confucius, 28 (2): 123-141

Must Enlightened Mystics Be Moral? Richard H. Jones, 34 (3): 273-293

Myers, Michael W., Sankaracarya and Ananda, 48 (4): 553-567

Myers, Michael W., Tat Tvam Asi as Advaitic Metaphor, 43 (2): 229-242

Mysticism in the Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung and the Yoga Psychology of Patanjali: A Comparative Study, Harold Coward, 29 (3): 323-336

Mysticism without Transcendence: Reflections on Liberation and Emptiness, Louis Nordstrom, 31 (1): 89-95

The Mythico-Ritual Syntax of Omnipotence, David Lawrence, 48 (4): 592-622

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Nagami, Isamu, The Ontological Foundation in Tetsuro Watsuji’s Philosophy: Ku and Human Existence, 31 (3): 279-296

Nagarjuna and Analytic Philosophy, II, Ives Waldo, 28 (3): 287-298

Nagarjuna and Deconstruction, Ian W. Mabbett, 45 (2): 203-225

Nagarjuna and the Doctrine of “Skillful Means,” John Schroeder, 50 (4): 559-583

Nagarjuna and Zeno on Motion, I. W. Mabbett, 34 (4): 401-420

Nagarjuna’s Masterpiece–Logical, Mystical, Both, or Neither? L. Stafford Betty, 33 (2): 123-138

Nagatomo, Shigenori, Ichikawa’s View of the Body, 36 (4): 375-391

Nagatomo, Shigenori, Zeami’s Conception of Freedom, 31 (4): 399-416

Nagel, Bruno M. J., Unity and Contradiction: Some Arguments in Utpaladeva and Abhinavagupta for the Evidence of the Self as Sva, 45 (4): 501-525

Names, Actualities, and the Emergence of Essentialist Theories of Naming in Classical Chinese Thought, John Makeham, 41 (3): 341-363

Natural Law in the Huang-Lao Boshu, R. P. Peerenboom, 40 (3): 309-329

Naturalistic Ethics in a Chinese Context: Chang Tsai’s Contribution, Christian Jochim, 31 (2): 165-177

The Nature and Function of Nagarjuna’s Arguments, Richard H. Jones, 28 (4): 485-502

Nature and Function of Skepticism in Chinese Philosophy, Chung-ying Cheng, 27 (2): 137-154

Nayak, G. C., The Madhyamika Attack on Essentialism: A Critical Appraisal, 29 (4): 477-490

Necessity and Sufficiency in the Buddha’s Causal Schema, Jeffrey D. Watts, 32 (4): 407-423

Negation, Poetry, and Philosophy: Moments between the Feng and the Lunyu, Eske J. Mollgaard, 43 (4): 715-736

Neville, Robert, From Nothing to Being: The Notion of Creation in Chinese and Western Thought, 30 (1): 21-34

Neville, Robert C., Comments on Girardot’s “Response,” 36 (3): 271-273

Neville, Robert C., Units of Change–Units of Value, 37 (2): 131-134

Neville, Robert Cummings, Commentary on the AAS Panel: Shun, Bloom, Cheng, and Birdwhistell, 47 (1): 67-74

A New Direction in Confucian Scholarship: Approaches to Examining the Differences between Neo-Confucianism and Tao-hsueh, Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, 42 (3): 455-474

A New Interpretation of Confucius, Philip Ho Hwang, 30 (1): 45-55

Ng, On-cho, Hsing (Nature) as the Ontological Basis of Practicality in Early Ch’ing Ch’eng-Chu Confucianism: Li Kuang-ti’s (1642-1718) Philosophy, 44 (1): 79-109

Ng, Wai-ming, The I Ching in the Shinto Thought of Tokugawa Japan, 48 (4): 568-591

Nicholas of Cusa and Ibn ‘Arabi: Two Philosophies of Mysticism, Andrey V. Smirnov, 43 (1): 65-86

Nishitani, Keiji, Ontology and Utterance, 31 (1): 29-43

Nivison, David S., Response to James Behuniak, 50 (1): 110-115

Nivison and the “Problem” in Xunzi’s Ethics, James Behuniak, 50 (1): 97-110

The No-Self Theory: Hume, Buddhism, and Personal Identity, James Giles, 43 (2): 175-200

The Nonduality of Life and Death: A Buddhist View of Repression, David Loy, 40 (2): 151-174

Non-I and Thou: Nishida, Buber, and the Moral Consequences of Self-actualization, James W. Heisig, 50 (2): 179-207

A “Nonreferential” View of Language and Conceptual Thought in the Work of Tson-kha-pa, C. W. Huntington, Jr., 33 (4): 325-339

Nordstrom, Louis, Mysticism without Transcendence: Reflections on Liberation and Emptiness, 31 (1): 89-95

Nordstrom, Louis, Zen and Karman, 30 (1): 77-86

Nosco, Peter, The Religious Dimension of Confucianism in Japan: Introduction [introduction to “Special Issue: The Religious Dimension of Confucianism in Japan”], 48 (1): 1-4

Not ‘Conversant’? William James and Huang Zongxi on Being and Knowing, Lynn A. Struve, 42 (1): 139-161

Not in So Many Words: Chuang-tzu’s Strategies of Communication, Joel J. Kupperman, 39 (3): 311-317

A Note on Pratyaksa in Advaita Vedanta, David Appelbaum, 32 (2): 201-205

A Note on the Abadhitarthavisayam jnanam, Bijayananda Kar, 26 (1): 69-70

A Note on the Early Buddhist Theory of Truth, Mark Siderits, 29 (4): 491-499

Nothingness and Sunyata: A Comparison of Heidegger and Nishitani, Fred Dallmayr, 42 (1): 37-48

The Notion of Klesa and Its Bearing on the Yoga Analysis of Mind, Anindita N. Balslev, 41 (1): 77-88

The Notion of Suffering in Early Buddhism Compared with Some Reflections of Early Wittgenstein, David J. Kalupahana, 27 (4): 423-431

Nuckolls, Charles W., Causal Thinking in Sakuntala: A Schema-Theoretic Approach to a Classical Sanskrit Drama, 37 (3): 286-305

The Nyaya and Russell on Empty Terms, Kenneth J. Perszyk, 34 (2): 131-146

Nylan, Michael, Han Classicists Writing in Dialogue about Their Own Tradition, 47 (2): 133-188

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O’Brien, J. Dervin, and Mark Siderits, Zeno and Nagarjuna on Motion, 26 (3): 281-299

Odin, Steve, The Social Self in Japanese Philosophy and American Pragmatism: A Comparative Study of Watsuji Tetsuro and George Herbert Mead, 42 (3): 475-501

Odin, Steve, Sri Aurobindo and Hegel on the Involution-Evolution of Absolute Spirit, 31 (2): 179-191

Okafor, Fidelis U., In Defense of Afro-Japanese Ethnophilosophy, 47 (3): 363-382

Olson, Alan, On Primordialism versus Postmodernism: A Response to Thomas Dean, 35 (1): 91-95

Olson, Carl, The Human Body as a Boundary Symbol: A Comparison of Merleau-Ponty and Dogen, 36 (2): 107-120

On a Comprehensive Theory of Xing (Naturality) in Song-Ming Neo-Confucian Philosophy: A Critical and Integrative Development, Chung-ying Cheng, 47 (1): 33-46

On Being Mindless: The Debate on the Reemergence of Consciousness from the Attainment of Cessation in the Abhidharmakosabhasyam and Its Commentaries, Paul Griffiths, 33 (4): 379-394

On Interpreting the Bhagavadgita, Keith E. Yandell, 32 (1): 37-46

On Knowing by Being Told [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], Arindam Chakrabarti, 42 (3): 421-439

On Linguistic Skepticism in Wittgenstein and Kung-sun Lung, Fred Rieman, 27 (2): 183-193

On Matilal’s Understanding of Indian Philosophy [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], J. N. Mohanty, 42 (3): 397-406

On Meriting Death, Ramchandra Gandhi, 31 (3): 337-353

On Primordialism versus Postmodernism: A Response to Thomas Dean, Alan Olson, 35 (1): 91-95

On Saxena’s Defense of the Aesthetic Attitude, Earle Coleman, 29 (1): 95-98

On Seeking a Change of Environment: A Quasi-Taoist Proposal, David L. Hall, 37 (2): 160-171

On the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Department of Philosophy, University of Hawaii, Anthony J. Marsella, 38 (3): 223

On the Measure “Parimandala,” B. David Burke, 33 (3): 273-284

On the Question of Relativism in the Chuang-tzu, Robert E. Allinson, 39 (1): 13-26

On Translating the Term “Drstanta” in Early Buddhist Formal Logic, Douglas D. Daye, 38 (2): 147-156

On Turning a Zen Ear, David Appelbaum, 33 (2): 115-122

The One and the Many: Yogacara Buddhism and Husserl, M. J. Larrabee, 31 (1): 3-15

The Ontological Foundation in Tetsuro Watsuji’s Philosophy: Ku and Human Existence, Isamu Nagami, 31 (3): 279-296

Ontology and Utterance, Keiji Nishitani, 31 (1): 29-43

Opposites as Complements: Reflections on the Significance of Tao, Antonio S. Cua, 31 (2): 123-140

Oracle and Symbol in the Redaction of the I Ching, Franklin M. Doeringer, 30 (2): 195-209

Organ, Troy, Polarity, a Neglected Insight in Indian Philosophy, 26 (1): 33-39

Ozaki, Makoto, The Historical Structure of the Eternal: Nichiren’s Eschatology, 29 (3): 295-306

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Pacifism and the Eastern Martial Arts, Allan Back and Daeshik Kim, 32 (2): 177-186

Padmapada’s Illusion Argument, Stephen H. Phillips, 37 (1): 3-23

Pain and Suffering in Confucian Self-Cultivation, Tu Wei-ming, 34 (4): 379-388

The Paradox of Buddhist Wisdom, Donald W. Mitchell, 26 (1): 55-67

Paramartha and Modern Constructivists on Mysticism: Epistemological Monomorphism versus Duomorphism, Robert K. C. Forman, 39 (4): 393-418

Parkes, Graham, The Putative Fascism of the Kyoto School and the Political Correctness of the Modern Academy, 47 (3): 305-336

Parkes, Graham, The Wandering Dance: Chuang Tzu and Zarathustra, 33 (3): 235-250

Parkes, Graham, trans., The Chinese Notion of “Blandness” as a Virtue: A Preliminary Outline, François Jullien, 43 (1): 107-112

The Parochial Universalist Conception of ‘Philosophy’ and ‘African Philosophy’, Polycarp Ikuenobe, 47 (2): 189-210

Patankar, R. B., Does the Rasa Theory Have Any Modern Relevance? 30 (3): 293-303

The Path of No-Path: Sankara and Dogen on the Paradox of Practice, David Loy, 38 (2): 127-146

Patterson, John, Mana: Yin and Yang, 50 (2): 229-241

Patterson, John, and R. W. Perrett, Virtue Ethics and Maori Ethics, 41 (2): 185-202

Paul, Diana Y., The Structure of Consciousness in Paramartha’s Purported Trilogy, 31 (3): 297-319

Peerenboom, R. P., Natural Law in the Huang-Lao Boshu, 40 (3): 309-329

Peerenboom, Randall, Beyond Apologia: Respecting Legitimate Differences of Opinion while not Toadying to Dictators–A Reply to Richard Rorty, 50 (1): 92-96

Peerenboom, Randall, The Limits of Irony: Rorty and the China Challenge, 50 (1): 56-89

Perception (Pratyaksa) in Advaita Vedanta, Purusottama Bilimoria, 30 (1): 35-44

Pereira, Jose, and Francis Tiso, The Evolution of Buddhist Systematics from the Buddha to Vasubandhu, 38 (2): 172-186

Perl, Jeffrey M., and Andrew Tuck, The Hidden Advantage of Tradition: On the Significance of T. S. Eliot’s Indic Studies, 35 (2): 115-131

Perrett, R. W., and John Patterson, Virtue Ethics and Maori Ethics, 41 (2): 185-202

Perrett, Roy W., The Bodhisattva Paradox, 36 (1): 55-59

Perrett, Roy W., Dualistic and Nondualistic Problems of Immortality, 35 (4): 333-350

Perrett, Roy W., Is Whatever Exists Knowable and Nameable? 49 (4): 401-414

Perrett, Roy W., The Problem of Induction in Indian Philosophy, 34 (2): 161-174

Person as Narration: The Dissolution of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in Ch’an Buddhism, Peter D., Hershock, 44 (4): 685-710

Perszyk, Kenneth J., The Nyaya and Russell on Empty Terms, 34 (2): 131-146

Peterson, Willard J., The Grounds of Mencius’ Argument, 29 (3): 307-321

Phillips, Stephen H., The Central Argument of Aurobindo’s The Life Divine, 35 (3): 271-284

Phillips, Stephen H., Padmapada’s Illusion Argument, 37 (1): 3-23

A Philosophical Analysis of Mystical Utterances, Richard Hubert Jones, 29 (3): 255-274

The Philosophical Concept of Foreknowledge in the Thought of Shao Yung, Anne D. Birdwhistell, 39 (1): 47-65

Philosophical Hermeneutics and the Analects: The Paradigm of “Tradition,” Alan Chan, 34 (4): 421-436

Philosophical Nonegocentrism in Wittgenstein and Candrakirti in Their Treatment of the Private Language Problem, R.A.F. Thurman, 30 (3): 321-337

Philosophical Studies (Sinology and Indology) in St. Petersburg (Leningrad), 1985-1990, E. A. Torchinov, 42 (2): 297-333

Philosophy for an ‘Age of Death’: The Critique of Science and Technology in Heidegger and Nishitani, Steven Heine, 40 (2): 175-193

The Philosophy of History in the “Later” Nishida: A Philosophic Turn, Woo-Sung Huh, 40 (3): 343-374

The Philosophy of Taoism according to Chuang Tzu, Chang Chung-yuan, 27 (4): 409-422

Philosophy, Philosophia, and Zhe-xue, Wu Xiao-ming, 48 (3): 406-452

Picturing the Universe: Adventures with Miura Baien at the Borderland of Philosophy and Science, Rosemary Mercer, 48 (3): 478-502

Pilgrim, Richard, The Artistic way and the Religio-aesthetic Tradition in Japan, 27 (3): 284-306

Pirruccello, Ann, Interpreting Simone Weil: Presence and Absence in Attention, 45 (1): 61-72

Planetary Thinking/Planetary Building: An Essay on Martin Heidegger and Nishitani Keiji, Evan Thompson, 36 (3): 235-252

Plato in the Light of Yoga, Jeffrey Gold, 46 (1): 17-32

Plato on Knowing a Tradition, George Rudebusch, 38 (3): 324-333

Playful Illusion: The Making of Worlds in Advaita Vedanta, Frederic F. Fost, 48 (3): 387-405

Plotinus and Vijnanavada Buddhism, Thomas McEvilley, 30 (2): 181-193

Polarity, a Neglected Insight in Indian Philosophy, Troy Organ, 26 (1): 33-39

Polyakov, L. V., Women’s Emancipation and the Theology of Sex in Nineteenth-Century Russia, 42 (2): 297-308

Porteous, Janice, Humor and Social Life, 39 (3): 279-288

Potter, Karl H., The Karmic A Priori in Indian Philosophy [in “Special Feature: Remembering Bimal Matilal”], 42 (3): 407-419

Powers, John, and Deane Curtin, Mothering: Moral Cultivation in Buddhist and Feminist Ethics, 44 (1): 1-18

The Practice of Jen, Kim-Chong Chong, 49 (3): 298-316

A Pragmatist View of Rationality and Cultural Difference, Richard Rorty, 42 (4): 581-596

Prasad, Hari Shankar, The Context Principle of Meaning in Prabhakara Mimamsa, 44 (2): 317-346

Prasanga and Deconstruction: Tibetan Hermeneutics and the Yana Controversy, Nathan Katz, 34 (2): 185-204

Praxis, Karman, and Creativity, David Hall, 30 (1): 57-64

The Problem of Conceptual Unity in Hsun Tzu, and Li Kou’s Solution, A. S. Cua, 39 (2): 115-134

The Problem of Induction in Indian Philosophy, Roy W. Perrett, 34 (2): 161-174

The Problem of the Self in the Analects, Herbert Fingarette, 29 (2): 129-140

The Problem of the Self in the Later Nishida and in Sartre, Brian D. Elwood, 44 (2): 303-316

The Problem of the Self-Body in the Bhagavadgita, Antonio, T. de Nicolas, 29 (2): 159-176

Problematics of the Buddhist Nature of Self, Kenneth K. Inada, 29 (2): 141-158

The Problematik of Kant and the Issue of Transcendence: A Reflection on “Sinological Torque,” Tu Wei-ming, 28 (2): 215-221

Problems of Religious Pluralism: A Zen Critique of John Hick’s Ontological Monomorphism, Jung H. Lee, 48 (3): 453-477

Problems of Understanding, J. L. Mehta, 39 (1): 3-12

Process and Anarchy: A Taoist Vision of Creativity, David L. Hall, 28 (3): 271-285

Prolegomenon to Vallabha’s Theology of Revelation, Jeffrey R. Timm, 38 (2): 107-126

Proposition and Praxis: The Dilemma of Neo-Confucian Syncretism, Rodney L. Taylor, 32 (2): 187-199

Proto-Madhyamika in the Pali Canon, Luis O. Gomez, 26 (2): 137-165

Proto-Samkhya and Advaita Vedanta in the Bhagavadgita, David White, 29 (4): 501-507

Psychology and Karma, Harold G. Coward, 33 (1): 49-60

The Putative Fascism of the Kyoto School and the Political Correctness of the Modern Academy, Graham Parkes, 47 (3): 305-336

Putney, David, Some Problems in Interpretation: The Early and Late Writings of Dogen, 46 (4): 497-531

Pyrrhonism and Madhyamika, Thomas McEvilley, 32 (1): 3-35

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The Quasi-Empirical Aspect of Hsun-Tzu’s Philosophy of Human Nature, A. S. Cua, 28 (1): 3-19

The Question of the Importance of Samadhi in Modern and Classical Advaita Vedanta, Michael Comans, 43 (1): 19-38

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Rajapakse, Vijitha, Buddhism in Huxley’s Evolution and Ethics: A Note on a Victorian Evaluation and Its “Comparativist Dimension,” 35 (3): 295-304

Rajapakse, Vijitha, Early Buddhism and John Stuart Mill’s Thinking in the Fields of Philosophy and Religion: Some Notes toward a Comparative Study, 37 (3): 260-285

Ram Prasad, Chakravarthi, Dreams and Reality: The Sankarite Critique of Vijnanavada, 43 (3): 405-456

Rambachan, Anantanand, Sankara’s Rationale for Sruti as the Definitive Source of Brahmajnana: A Refutation of Some Contemporary Views, 36 (1): 25-40

Rambachan, Anantanand, Swami Vivekananda’s Use of Science as an Analogy for the Attainment of Moksa, 40 (3): 331-342

Rambachan, Anantanand, Where Words Fail: The Limits of Scriptural Authority in the Hermeneutics of a Contemporary Advaitin, 37 (4): 361-371

The Range of Buddhist Ontology, Kenneth K. Inada, 38 (3): 261-280

Rao, Srinivasa, Anatman, Anirvacaniyakhyati and Advaita: A Reexamination, 26 (1): 71-74

Raphals, Lisa, Skeptical Strategies in the Zhuangzi and Theaetetus, 44 (3): 501-526

Rationality and Culture: Behavior within the Family as a Case Study, Chhanda Gupta, 42 (3): 441-454

Rationality, Argumentation and Embarrassment: A Study of Four Logical Alternatives (Catuskoti) in Buddhist Logic, V. K. Bharadwaja, 34 (3): 303-319

The Rationality of Culture and the Culture of Rationality: Some Husserlian Proposals, James G. Hart, 42 (4): 643-664

Rationality: Transparent, Cultural, and Transcendental, D. P. Chattopadhyaya, 42 (4): 561-579

Realization of Param Bhutakoti (Ultimate Reality-Limit) in the Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita Sutra, Frederick J. Streng, 32 (1): 91-98

Reasoner, Paul, Sincerity and Japanese Values, 40 (4): 471-488

The Reconciliation of Neo-Confucianism with Christianity in the Writings of Joseph de Premare, S.J., David E. Mungello, 26 (4): 389-410

Reding, Jean-Paul, Greek and Chinese Categories: A Reexamination of the Problem of Linguistic Relativism, 36 (4): 349-374

Reference and Symbol in Plato’s Cratylus and Kukai’s Shojijissogi, T. P. Kasulis, 32 (4): 393-405

Reichenbach, Bruce R., Karma, Causation, and Divine Intervention, 39 (2): 135-149

Reichenbach, Bruce R., The Law of Karma and the Principle of Causation, 38 (4): 399-410

Reincarnation without Survival of Memory or Character, Peter Forrest, 28 (1): 91-97

The Rejection of Humor in Western Thought, John Morreall, 39 (3): 243-265

Relativity in Madhyamika Buddhism and Modern Physics, Victor Mansfield, 40 (1): 59-72

Religion and Utilitarianism: Mo Tzu on Spirits and Funerals, Rodney L. Taylor, 29 (3): 337-346

The Religious Character of the Confucian Tradition, Rodney L. Taylor, 48 (1): 80-107

The Religious Dimension of Confucianism in Japan: Introduction [introduction to “Special Issue: The Religious Dimension of Confucianism in Japan”], Peter Nosco, 48 (1): 1-4

The Religious Dimension of Neo-Confucianism, Ha Tai Kim, 27 (3): 337-348

Religious Dimensions of Confucianism: Cosmology and Cultivation, Mary Evelyn Tucker, 48 (1): 5-45

Remarks on the Quasi-Syllogism [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], Henry Rosemont, Jr., 42 (1): 31-35

Remembering Fred Streng: Frederick John Streng, 1933-1993, David W. Chappell, 44 (2): 215-217

Remembering Wing-tsit Chan: Wing-tsit Chan, 1901-1994: In Memoriam, on the Occasion of the East-West Philosophers’ Conference, January 8, 1995, Irene Bloom, 45 (4): 467-471

A Reordering of the Hexagrams of the I Ching, Stephen I. McKenna and Victor H. Mair, 29 (4): 421-441

A Reply to Dale Riepe, V. K. Chari, 27 (4): 407-408

A Reply to David L. Hall, Arthur L. Herman, 35 (2): 202

Reply to David Nivison, James Behuniak, 50 (1): 116-118

Reply to Hoyt Cleveland Tillman, Wm. Theodore de Bary, 44 (1): 143-144

Reply to Lewis Ford, David L. Hall, 29 (2): 211-214

Reply to My Critics, S. K. Saxena, 29 (2): 215-220

Reply to Professor Fingarette, Henry Rosemont, 28 (4): 515-519

Reply to Wayne Alt’s “There Is No Paradox of Desire in Buddhism,” by John Visvader, 30 (4): 533-534

A Report on the Philosophy Encounter: East-West (Bombay, 1983), Ramakant Sinari, 35 (2): 195-199

Report on the Seventh East-West Philosophers’ Conference, “Democracy and Justice: A Philosophical Exploration,” James Buchanan, 46 (3): 309-336

Report on the Sixth East-West Philosophers’ Conference “Culture and Modernity: The Authority of the Past,” Jeffrey R. Timm, 41 (4): 457-476

Resisting the Norm: Ironic Images of Marx and Confucius, William A. Callahan, 44 (2): 279-301

A Response to A. L. Herman, David L. Hall, 35 (2): 199-202

Response to Benjamin Schwartz’ Review of Disputers of the Tao, A. C. Graham [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 17-19

Response to Craig Ihara’s Discussion, David B. Wong, 41 (1): 55-58

Response to James Behuniak, David S. Nivison, 50 (1): 110-115

Response to Neville: “In The Night Kitchen,” N. J. Girardot, 36 (3): 263-270

Response to ‘Process and Anarchy’, Lewis Ford, 28 (4): 521-523

Response to Professor Rosemont, Herbert Fingarette, 28 (4): 511-514

Response to Randall Peerenboom, Richard Rorty, 50 (1): 90-91

Rethinking Transcendence: The Role of Language in Zen Thinking, Dale S. Wright, 42 (1): 113-138

A Review of Disputers of the Tao: Philosophic Argument in Ancient China, by A. C. Graham [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], Benjamin Schwartz, 42 (1): 3-15

Reweaving the “One Thread” of the Analects, Philip J. Ivanhoe, 40 (1): 17-33

Rieman, Fred, Kung-sun Lung, Designated Things, and Logic, 30 (3): 305-319

Rieman, Fred, Kung-sun, White Horses and Logic, 31 (4): 415-447

Rieman, Fred, On Linguistic Skepticism in Wittgenstein and Kung-sun Lung, 27 (2): 183-193

Riepe, Dale, V. K. Chari on Dhvani: Agreements and Recommendations, 27 (4): 401-405

Ritual, Cosmology, and Ontology: Chang Tsai’s Moral Philosophy and Neo-Confucian Ethics, Kai-wing Chow, 43 (2): 201-228

Roccasalvo, Joseph F., The Debate at bSam yas: A Study in Religious Contrast and Correspondence, 30 (4): 505-520

Rolston, Holmes, III, Can the East Help the West to Value Nature?, 37 (2): 172-190

Rorty, Richard, A Pragmatist View of Rationality and Cultural Difference, 42 (4): 581-596

Rorty, Richard, Response to Randall Peerenboom, 50 (1): 90-91

Rose, Mary Carman, Investigative Interrelatedness between the Study of the Human Mind and Present-day Philosophy, 29 (2): 189-200

Rosemont, Henry, Jr., A. C. Graham, 1919-1991 [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 1-2

Rosemont, Henry, Jr., Kierkegaard and Confucius: On Finding the Way, 36 (3): 201-212

Rosemont, Henry, Jr., Remarks on the Quasi-Syllogism [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 31-35

Rosemont, Henry, Reply to Professor Fingarette, 28 (4): 515-519

Rudebusch, George, “Ethics, Practical Reasoning, and Political Philosophy in Antiquity and in Christian, Jewish, and Islamic Philosophy”: A Joint Conference of The Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS); The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP); and The International Society for Neoplatonic Studies (ISNS)–A Report, 37 (4): 429-433

Rudebusch, George, Plato on Knowing a Tradition, 38 (3): 324-333

Ruminations on the Tao and Its Disputers [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], Nathan Sivin, 42 (1): 21-29

Ryan, James A., Leibniz’ Binary System and Shao Yong’s Yijing, 46 (1): 59-90

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Sachs, Mendel, Comparison of the Field Concept of Matter in Relativity Physics and the Buddhist Idea of Nonself, 33 (4): 395-399

Samadhi in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Ian Kesarcodi-Watson, 32 (1): 77-90

Samkara on the Role of Sruti and Anubhava in Attaining Brahmajnana, Kim Skoog, 39 (1): 67-74

Samuels, Jeffrey, The Bodhisattva Ideal in Theravada Buddhist Theory and Practice: A Reevaluation of the Bodhisattva– Sravaka Opposition, 47 (3): 399-416

Sankaracarya and Ananda, Michael W. Myers, 48 (4): 553-567

Sankara’s Rationale for Sruti as the Definitive Source of Brahmajnana: A Refutation of Some Contemporary Views, Anantanand Rambachan, 36 (1): 25-40

Santangelo, Paolo, Italian Studies on Far Eastern Thought in Comparative Philosophy, 43 (3): 573-581

Santina, Peter Della, The Madhyamaka and Modern Western Philosophy, 36 (1): 41-54

Saptabhangi–The Jaina Theory of Sevenfold Predication: A Logical Analysis, Pragati Jain, 50 (3): 385-399

Sartwell, Crispin, Confucius and Country Music, 43 (2): 243-254

Sawada, Janine Anderson, Mind and Morality in Nineteenth-century Japanese Religions: Misogi-kyo and Maruyama-kyo, 48 (1): 108-141

Saxena, S. K., Reply to My Critics, 29 (2): 215-220

Saxena, Sushil Kumar, The Aesthetic Attitude, 28 (1): 81-91

Saxena, Sushil Kumar, The Aesthetic Attitude Debate: Reply to Some New Criticisms, 30 (2): 265-271

Saxena on the Aesthetic Attitude, Milton H. Snoeyenbos, 29 (1): 99-102

Schilbrack, Kevin, Metaphysics in Dogen, 50 (1): 34-55

Schopenhauer and Buddhism, Peter Abelsen, 43 (2): 255-278

Schreiner, Peter, The Indianness of Modern Indian Philosophy as a Historical and Philosophical Problem, 28 (1): 21-37

Schroeder, Craig, Levels of Truth and Reality in the Philosophies of Descartes and Samkara, 35 (3): 285-293

Schroeder, John, Nagarjuna and the Doctrine of “Skillful Means,” 50 (4): 559-583

Schumacher, John A., and Robert M. Anderson, In Defense of Mystical Science, 29 (1): 73-90

Schwartz, Benjamin, A Review of Disputers of the Tao: Philosophic Argument in Ancient China, by A. C. Graham [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 3-15

The Self in Medieval Japanese Buddhism: Focusing on Dogen, Kiyotaka Kimura, 41 (3): 327-340

The Self-so and Its Traces in the Thought of Guo Xiang, Brook Ziporyn, 43 (3): 511-540

Sellmann, James D., A Belated Response to Hu Shih and D. T. Suzuki, 45 (1): 97-104

Sellmann, James D., Three Models of Self-Integration (Tzu te) in Early China, 37 (4): 372-391

A Semantic Study of Propositions, East and West, Richard S. Y. Chi, 26 (2): 211-223

Setton, Mark, Tasan’s “Practical Learning,” 39 (4): 377-392

Setup, Punch Line, and the Mind-Body Problem: A Neo-Tiantai Approach, Brook Ziporyn, 50 (4): 584-613

Shaner, David E., The Bodymind Experience in Dogen’s Shobogenzo: A Phenomenological Perspective, 35 (1): 17-35

Shaner, David Edward, Interpreting across Boundaries: A Conference of the Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy, 36 (2): 143-154

Shang Divination and Metaphysics, David N. Keightley, 38 (4): 367-397

Sharma, Arvind, All Religions Are–Equal? One? True? Same?: A Critical Examination of Some Formulations of the Neo-Hindu Position, 29 (1): 59-72

Sharma, Arvind, The Eternality of the Vedas and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study, 26 (3): 269-279

Sharma, Arvind, Is Anubhava a Pramana according to Sankara? 42 (3): 517-526

Shaw, Miranda, William James and Yogacara Philosophy: A Comparative Inquiry, 37 (3): 223-244

Sheen, Vincent, Creativity as Synthesis of Contrasting Wisdoms: An Interpretation of Chinese Philosophy in Taiwan since 1949, 43 (2): 279-287

Shi, Yanping, Developments in Chinese Philosophy over the Last Ten Years, trans. by Xu Ruzhuang, 43 (1): 113-125

Shifting Perspectives: Filial Morality Revisited, Chenyang Li, 47 (2): 211-232

Shun, Kwong-loi, Jen and Li in the Analects, 43 (3): 457-480

Shun, Kwong-loi, Mencius’ Criticism of Mohism: An Analysis of Meng Tzu 3A:5, 41 (2):203-214

Shun, Kwong-loi, Mencius on Jen-hsing, 47 (1): 1-20

Shun, Kwong-loi, trans., Some Reflections on Mencius’ Views of Mind-Heart and Human Nature, Shu-hsien Liu, 46 (2): 143-164

Siderits, Mark, Buddhist Reductionism, 47 (4): 455-478

Siderits, Mark, A Note on the Early Buddhist Theory of Truth, 29 (4): 491-499

Siderits, Mark, and J. Dervin O’Brien, Zeno and Nagarjuna on Motion, 26 (3): 281-299

Siegel, Lee, Theism in Indian Thought, 28 (4): 419-423

The Significance of Paradoxical Language in Hua-yen Buddhism, Dale S. Wright, 32 (3): 325-338

The Significance of the Concept of ‘Fa’ in Han Fei’s Thought System, Wang Hsiao-po, 27 (1): 35-52

Sin, Fujinaga, Determining Which Jaina Philosopher Was the Object of Dharmakirti’s Criticisms, 50 (3): 378-384

Sinari, Ramakant, A Report on the Philosophy Encounter: East-West (Bombay, 1983), 35 (2): 195-199

Sincerity and Japanese Values, Paul Reasoner, 40 (4): 471-488

Sinha, Debabrata, Human Embodiment: The Theme and the Encounter in Vedantic Phenomenology, 35 (3): 239-247

Sinitic Speculations on Buddha-nature: The Nirvana School, Whalen Lai, 32 (2): 135-149

Sinitic Understanding of the Two Truths Theory in the Liang Dynasty, Whalen W. Lai, 28 (3): 339-351

Sinological Torque: An Observation, Shu-hsien Liu, 28 (2): 199-207

Sinological Torque: The Influence of Cultural Preoccupations on Seventeenth-century Missionary Interpretations of Confucius, David E. Mungello, 28 (2): 123-141

Siva’s Self-Recognition and the Problem of Interpretation, David Lawrence, 48 (2): 197-231

Sivin, Nathan, Ruminations on the Tao and Its Disputers [in “Special Feature: Remembering A. C. Graham”], 42 (1): 21-29

Skeptical Strategies in the Zhuangzi and Theaetetus, Lisa Raphals, 44 (3): 501-526

Skepticism and Indian Philosophy, Dipankar Chatterjee, 27 (2): 195-209

Skepticism and Realism in the Chuang Tzu, Russell B. Goodman, 35 (3): 231-237

Skepticism in Early Indian Thought, John M. Koller, 27 (2): 155-164

Skepticism, Ordinary Language and Zen Buddhism, Dick Garner, 27 (2): 165-181

Skepticism, Truth, and the Good Life: A Comparison of Zhuangzi and Sextus Empiricus, Paul Kjellberg, 44 (1): 111-133

Skoog, Kim, Introduction [to “Special Issue: The Philosophy of Jainism”], 50 (3): 321-323

Skoog, Kim, Samkara on the Role of Sruti and Anubhava in Attaining Brahmajnana, 39 (1): 67-74

Slingerland, Ted, The Conception of Ming in Early Confucian Thought, 46 (4): 567-581

Smart, Ninian, Action and Suffering in the Theravadin Tradition, 34 (4): 371-378

Smirnov, A., Understanding Justice in an Islamic Context: Some Points of Contrast with Western Theories, 46 (3): 337-350

Smirnov, Andrey V., Nicholas of Cusa and Ibn ‘Arabi: Two Philosophies of Mysticism, 43 (1): 65-86

Smith, Huston, Western and Comparative Perspectives on Truth, 30 (4): 425-437

Snoeyenbos, Milton H., Saxena on the Aesthetic Attitude, 29 (1): 99-102

Social Reality and Lu Jiuyuan (1139-1193), Anne D. Birdwhistell, 47 (1): 47-65

The Social Self in Japanese Philosophy and American Pragmatism: A Comparative Study of Watsuji Tetsuro and George Herbert Mead, Steve Odin, 42 (3): 475-501

Socrates, Confucius, and the Rectification of Names, Warren E. Steinkraus, 30 (2): 261-264

Solomon, Robert C., Existentialism, Emotions, and the Cultural Limits of Rationality, 42 (4): 597-621

Solomon, Robert C., Some Notes on Emotion, “East and West,” 45 (2): 171-202

A Solution to the Paradox of Desire in Buddhism, A. L. Herman, 29 (1): 91-94

Some Aspects of the Concept of Ch’i in Chu Hsi, Yung Sik Kim, 34 (1): 25-36

Some Features of the Technical Language of Navya-Nyaya, Sibajiban Bhattacharyya, 40 (2): 129-149

Some Notes on Emotion, “East and West,” Robert C. Solomon, 45 (2): 171-202

Some Problems in Interpretation: The Early and Late Writings of Dogen, David Putney, 46 (4): 497-531

Some Problems in the Epistemology of Advaita, John Grimes, 41 (3): 291-301

Some Problems with the Cartesian Model of Belief, John Hawthorn, 38 (3): 347-357

Some Reflections on Mencius’ Views of Mind-Heart and Human Nature, Shu-hsien Liu, trans. by Kwong-loi Shun, 46 (2): 143-164

Song, Young-bae, Countering Sinocentrism in Eighteenth-century Korea: Hong Tae-yong’s Vision of “Relativism” and Iconoclasm for Reform, 49 (3): 278-297

Soni, Jayandra, Basic Jaina Epistemology, 50 (3): 367-377

Sources for the Study of Jaina Philosophy: A Bibliographic Essay, Christopher Key Chapple, 50 (3): 408-411

Soviet Publications: Vostok [Oziens]: Narody Azii i Afriki (Peoples of Asia and Africa), and Dialogue: A Magazine for Soviet and Indian Women, editors of Vostok and Marina Blagonravova, respectively, 42 (2): 335-337

Speech and Silence in the Mumonkan: An Examination of Use of Language in Light of the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, Philip Goodchild, 43 (1): 1-18

“Speech versus Writing” in Derrida and Bhartrhari, Harold G. Coward, 41 (2): 141-162

Sri Aurobindo and Hegel on the Involution-Evolution of Absolute Spirit, Steve Odin, 31 (2): 179-191

Stark, Michael J., and Michael C. Washburn, Ego, Egocentricity, and Self-transcendence: A Western Interpretation of Eastern Teaching, 27 (3): 265-283

Steffney, John, Transmetaphysical Thinking in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism, 27 (3): 323-335

Steinkraus, Warren E., Socrates, Confucius, and the Rectification of Names, 30 (2): 261-264

Stepaniants, M. T., The Image of Woman in Religious Consciousness: Past, Present, and Future, 42 (2): 239-247

Stepaniants, Marietta, Teaching Philosophy: Reflections on the Soviet Experience, 46 (3): 381-388

Streng, Frederick J., Realization of Param Bhutakoti (Ultimate Reality-Limit) in the Astasahasrika Prajnaparamita Sutra, 32 (1): 91-98

Streng, Frederick J., Three Approaches to Authentic Existence: Christian, Confucian and Buddhist, 32 (4): 371-392

Strenski, Ivan, Gradual Enlightenment, Sudden Enlightenment and Empiricism, 30 (1): 3-20

The Structure of Consciousness in Paramartha’s Purported Trilogy, Diana Y. Paul, 31 (3): 297-319

The Structure of the Chinese Language and Ontological Insights: A Collective-Noun Hypothesis, Bo Mou, 49 (1): 45-62

Struve, Lynn A., Not ‘Conversant’? William James and Huang Zongxi on Being and Knowing, 42 (1): 139-161

Studies of Intensional Contexts in Mohist Writings, Desheng Zong, 50 (2): 208-228

Subjectivity and “Subjectality”: A Response, Li Zehou, 49 (2): 174-183

Subjectivity: Marxism and “The Spiritual” in China since Mao, Lin Tongqi and Li Minghua, 44 (4): 609-646

Subjectivity, Modernity, and Chinese Hegelian Marxism: A Study of Li Zehou’s Philosophical Ideas from a Comparative Perspective, Gu Xin, 46 (2): 205-246

The Sudden/Gradual Paradigm and Neo-Confucian Mind-Cultivation, Rodney L. Taylor, 33 (1): 17-34

Sugunasiri, Suwanda H. J., The Whole Body, not Heart, as ‘Seat of Consciousness’: The Buddha’s View, 45 (3): 409-430

Sunyata, Textualism, and Incommensurability, Michael G. Barnhart, 44 (4): 647-658

Sushi, Science, and Spirituality: Modern Japanese Philosophy and Its Views of Western Science, Thomas P. Kasulis, 45 (2): 227-248

The Svabhavahetu in Dharmakirti’s Logic, Kisor Kumar Chakrabarti, 37 (4): 392-401

Swami Vivekananda’s Use of Science as an Analogy for the Attainment of Moksa, Anantanand Rambachan, 40 (3): 331-342

Syadvada as the Epistemological Key to the Jaina Middle Way Metaphysics of Anekantavada, John M. Koller, 50 (3): 400-407

Systems Philosophy as a Hermeneutic for Buddhist Teachings, Joanna Rogers Macy, 26 (1): 21-32

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Taber, John A., The Mimamsa Theory of Self-Recognition, 40 (1): 35-57

T’ang Chun-i’s Philosophy of Love, Cheung Chan Fai, 48 (2): 257-271

Tantric Argument: The Transfiguration of Philosophical Discourse in the Pratyabhijna System of Utpaladeva and Abhinavagupta, David Lawrence, 46 (2): 165-204

Taoism and Jung: Synchronicity and the Self, Harold Coward, 46 (4): 477-495

Tasan’s “Practical Learning,” Mark Setton, 39 (4): 377-392

“Tat tvam asi”: An Important Identity Statement or a Mere Tautology, Bina Gupta and William C. Wilcox, 34 (1): 85-94

Tat Tvam Asi as Advaitic Metaphor, Michael W. Myers, 43 (2): 229-242

Tate, Paul D., Comparative Hermeneutics: Heidegger, the Pre-Socratics, and the Rgveda, 32 (1): 47-59

The Tathagata Chapter of Nagarjuna’s Mula-Madhyamaka-karika, Alex Wayman, 38 (1): 47-57

Taylor, Rodney L., Proposition and Praxis: The Dilemma of Neo-Confucian Syncretism, 32 (2): 187-199

Taylor, Rodney L., Religion and Utilitarianism: Mo Tzu on Spirits and Funerals, 29 (3): 337-346

Taylor, Rodney L., The Religious Character of the Confucian Tradition, 48 (1): 80-107

Taylor, Rodney L., The Sudden/Gradual Paradigm and Neo-Confucian Mind-Cultivation, 33 (1): 17-34

Teaching Philosophy: Reflections on the Soviet Experience, Marietta Stepaniants, 46 (3): 381-388

Temporality of Hermeneutics in Dogen’s Shobogenzo, Steven Heine, 33 (2): 139-147

The Terms Padartha and Prameya in the Context of Nyayasutra, Pradeep P. Gokhale, 32 (2): 207-211

Teschner, George, It Is More Difficult to Crush a Flower, 36 (4): 409-418

Theism from a Chinese Perspective, Shu-hsien Liu, 28 (4): 413-502

Theism in Asian and Western Thought, Charles Hartshorne, 28 (4): 401-411

Theism in Indian Thought, Lee Siegel, 28 (4): 419-423

A Theory of Oriental Aesthetics: A Prolegomenon, Kenneth K. Inada, 47 (2): 117-131

The Therapeutic Psychology of The Tibetan Book of the Dead, Robert Wicks, 47 (4): 479-494

There Is No Paradox of Desire in Buddhism, Wayne Alt, 30 (4): 521-528

Thompson, Evan, Planetary Thinking/Planetary Building: An Essay on Martin Heidegger and Nishitani Keiji, 36 (3): 235-252

Thompson, Kirill O., Li and Yi as Immanent: Chu Hsi’s Thought in Practical Perspective, 38 (1): 30-46

Thompson, Kirill Ole, How to Rejuvenate Ethics: Suggestions from Chu Hsi, 41 (4): 493-514

Thompson, Kirill Ole, When a “White Horse” Is not a “Horse,” 45 (4): 481-499

Three Approaches to Authentic Existence: Christian, Confucian and Buddhist, Frederick J. Streng, 32 (4): 371-392

Three Issues in the Argumentative Conception of Early Chinese Discourse, Yameng Liu, 46 (1): 33-58

Three Models of Self-Integration (Tzu te) in Early China, James D. Sellmann, 37 (4): 372-391

Three Ways of Being Religious, Lee H. Yearley, 32 (4): 439-451

Thurman, R.A.F., Philosophical Nonegocentrism in Wittgenstein and Candrakirti in Their Treatment of the Private Language Problem, 30 (3): 321-337

Tillman, Hoyt Cleveland, The Development of Tension between Virtue and Achievement in Early Confucianism: Attitudes toward Kuan Chung and Hegemon (Pa) as Conceptual Symbols, 31 (1): 17-28

Tillman, Hoyt Cleveland, A New Direction in Confucian Scholarship: Approaches to Examining the Differences between Neo-Confucianism and Tao-hsueh, 42 (3): 455-474

Tillman, Hoyt Cleveland, The Uses of Neo-Confucianism, Revisited: A Reply to Professor de Bary, 44 (1): 135-142

Time, Creation, and the Mirror of Narcissus, Lenn E. Goodman, 42 (1): 69-112

Time in Patanjali’s Yogasutras, Klaus K. Klostermaier, 34 (2): 205-210

Timm, Jeffrey R., The Celebration of Emotion: Vallabha’s Ontology of Affective Experience, 41 (1): 59-75

Timm, Jeffrey R., Prolegomenon to Vallabha’s Theology of Revelation, 38 (2): 107-126

Timm, Jeffrey R., Report on the Sixth East-West Philosophers’ Conference “Culture and Modernity: The Authority of the Past,” 41 (4): 457-476

Tiso, Francis, and Jose Pereira, The Evolution of Buddhist Systematics from the Buddha to Vasubandhu, 38 (2): 172-186

Torchinov, E. A., Philosophical Studies (Sinology and Indology) in St. Petersburg (Leningrad), 1985-1990, 42 (2): 297-333

Toward Dualism: The Nyaya-Vaisesika Way, Kisor Kumar Chakrabarti and Chandana Chakrabarti, 41 (4): 477-492

Tracking the Discontinuity of Perception, David Applebaum and Ingrid Turner Lorch, 28 (4): 469-484

Traditional Definitions of the Term Dhamma, John Ross Carter, 26 (3): 329-337

Transcendence in Classical Samkhya, B. David Burke, 38 (1): 19-29

The Transformative Power of Art: Li Zehou’s Aesthetic Theory, Jane Cauvel, 49 (2): 150-173

Transmetaphysical Thinking in Heidegger and Zen Buddhism, John Steffney, 27 (3): 323-335

The Trimurti of Smrti in Classical Indian Thought, Gerald James Larson, 43 (3): 373-388

Truth and Zen, T. P. Kasulis, 30 (4): 453-464

Tsung-mi and the Single Word “Awareness” (Chih), Peter N. Gregory, 35 (3): 249-269

Tsung-mi’s Questions Regarding the Confucian Absolute, Yun-hua Jan, 30 (4): 495-504

Tu, Wei-ming, Further Thoughts, 31 (3): 273-277

Tu, Wei-ming, Jen as a Living Metaphor in the Confucian Analects, 31 (1): 45-54

Tu, Wei-ming, The “Moral Universal” from the Perspectives of East Asian Thought, 31 (3): 259-267

Tu, Wei-ming, Pain and Suffering in Confucian Self-Cultivation, 34 (4): 379-388

Tu, Wei-ming, The Problematik of Kant and the Issue of Transcendence: A Reflection on “Sinological Torque,” 28 (2): 215-221

Tuck, Andrew, and Jeffrey M. Perl, The Hidden Advantage of Tradition: On the Significance of T. S. Eliot’s Indic Studies, 35 (2): 115-131

Tucker, John Allen, Chen Beixi, Lu Xiangshan, and Early Tokugawa (1600-1867) Philosophical Lexicography, 43 (4): 683-713

Tucker, John Allen, Two Mencian Political Notions in Tokugawa Japan, 47 (2): 233-253

Tucker, Mary Evelyn, Religious Dimensions of Confucianism: Cosmology and Cultivation, 48 (1): 5-45

Two Mencian Political Notions in Tokugawa Japan, John Allen Tucker, 47 (2): 233-253

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Under the Banner of the New Science: History, Science, and the Problem of Particularity in Early Twentieth-century Japan, Kevin M. Doak, 48 (2): 232-256

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Understanding Nagarjuna’s Catuskoti, R. D. Gunaratne, 36 (3): 213-234

The Understanding of Mind in the Northern Line of Ch’an (Zen), Robert B. Zeuschner, 28 (1): 69-79

Understanding Oriental Cultures, Arran E. Gare, 45 (3): 309-328

Units of Change–Units of Value, Robert C. Neville, 37 (2): 131-134

Unity and Contradiction: Some Arguments in Utpaladeva and Abhinavagupta for the Evidence of the Self as Sva, Bruno M. J. Nagel, 45 (4): 501-525

Upadhyaya, K. N., Indian Tradition and Negation, 38 (3): 281-289

The Use of Paradox in Uroboric Philosophies, John Visvader, 28 (4): 455-467

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Vidya and Avidya in the Isa Upanisad, Richard H. Jones, 31 (1): 79-87

Vijnanabhiksu and the Re-assertion of Difference-in-identity Vedanta, John Borelli, 28 (4): 425-437

Virtue: Confucius and Aristotle, Jiyuan Yu, 48 (2): 323-347

Virtue Ethics and Maori Ethics, R. W. Perrett and John Patterson 41 (2): 185-202

Visvader, John, Reply to Wayne Alt’s “There Is No Paradox of Desire in Buddhism,” 30 (4): 533-534

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Vorenkamp, Dirck, B-Series Temporal Order in Dogen’s Theory of Time, 45 (3): 387-408

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The Wandering Dance: Chuang Tzu and Zarathustra, Graham Parkes, 33 (3): 235-250

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Wang Yang-ming, Chu Hsi, and the Investigation of Things, Jig-chuen Lee, 37 (1): 24-35

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Wei-Wu-Wei: Nondual Action, David Loy, 35 (1): 73-86

Western and Comparative Perspectives on Truth, Huston Smith, 30 (4): 425-437

Western Thought and Indian Thought: Comments on Ramanujan, Fred Dallmayr, 44 (3): 527-542

What Am I?–The Preconditions, Ian Kesarcodi-Watson, 27 (4): 449-453

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What Is Living and What Is Dead in Traditional Indian Philosophy, N. K. Devaraja, 26 (4): 427-442

What Is Mencius’ Theory of Human Nature? Philip Ho Hwang, 29 (2): 201-210

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When a “White Horse” Is not a “Horse,” Kirill Ole Thompson, 45 (4): 481-489

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The Whole Body, not Heart, as ‘Seat of Consciousness’: The Buddha’s View, Suwanda H. J. Sugunasiri, 45 (3): 409-430

Why Buddhas Can’t Remember Their Previous lives, Paul J. Griffiths, 39 (4): 449-451

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Wilcox, William C., and Bina Gupta, “Tat tvam asi”: An Important Identity Statement or a Mere Tautology, 34 (1): 85-94

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William James and Yogacara Philosophy: A Comparative Inquiry, Miranda Shaw, 37 (3): 223-244

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Wittgenstein and Nagarjuna’s Paradox, Tyson Anderson, 35 (2): 157-169

Women’s Emancipation and the Theology of Sex in Nineteenth-Century Russia, L. V. Polyakov, 42 (2): 297-308

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Wong, David B., Response to Craig Ihara’s Discussion, 41 (1): 55-58

The World as Will: Wang Kuo-Wei and the Philosophy of Metaphysical Pessimism, Joey Bonner, 29 (4): 443-466

Wright, Dale S., Rethinking Transcendence: The Role of Language in Zen Thinking, 42 (1): 113-138

Wright, Dale S., The Significance of Paradoxical Language in Hua-yen Buddhism, 32 (3): 325-338

Wu, Xiao-ming, Philosophy, Philosophia, and Zhe-xue, 48 (3): 406-452

Wu-wei in “The Art of Rulership” Chapter of Huai Nan Tzu: Its Sources and Philosophical Orientation, Roger T. Ames, 31 (2): 193-213

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Xu Ruzhuang, trans., Developments in Chinese Philosophy over the Last Ten Years, Shi Yanping, 43 (1): 113-125

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Yamamoto, Yutaka, A Morality Based on Trust: Some Reflections on Japanese Morality, 40 (4): 451-469

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Yang Chu’s Discovery of the Body, John Emerson, 46 (4): 533-566

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Yoga and Freedom: A Reconsideration of Patanjali’s Classical Yoga, Ian Whicher, 48 (2): 272-322

The Yogacara and Madhyamika Interpretations of the Buddha-nature Concept in Chinese Buddhism, Ming-Wood Liu, 35 (2): 171-193

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Yu, Jiyuan, Virtue: Confucius and Aristotle, 48 (2): 323-347

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Zeami’s Conception of Freedom, Shigenori Nagatomo, 31 (4): 399-416

Zen and Karman, Louis Nordstrom, 30 (1): 77-86

Zeno and Nagarjuna on Motion, Mark Siderits and J. Dervin O’Brien, 26 (3): 281-299

Zeuschner, Robert B., The Understanding of Mind in the Northern Line of Ch’an (Zen), 28 (1): 69-79

Zhuang Zi and His Carving of the Confucian Ox, Scott Cook, 47 (4): 521-553

Zhuangzi’s “Dream of the Butterfly”–A Daoist Interpretation, Hans-Georg Moller, 49 (4): 439-450

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