Reading chan encounter dialogue during the song dynasty: The record of Linji, the Lotus Sutra, and the sinification of Buddhism
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Publication InfoVan Overmeire, B (2017). Reading chan encounter dialogue during the song dynasty: The record of Linji, the Lotus Sutra, and the sinification of Buddhism. Buddhist-Christian Studies, 37(1). pp. 209-221. 10.1353/bcs.2017.0015. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/21055.
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Ben Van Overmeire
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Duke Kunshan University
Hi, I’m Ben Van Overmeire. Currently, I’m Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at Duke Kunshan University. I’m working on a book on how modern autobiographical narratives of Zen life incorporate koan, medieval Zen riddles such as “What is the sound of one hand clapping?” or “What was your name before you were born?” My work has appeared in Religions, Contemporary Buddhism, The Journal of the Buddhist-Christian Studies S
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