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Imperial-Way ZenIchikawa Hakugen's Critique and Lingering Questions for Buddhist Ethics$

Christopher Ives

Print publication date: 2009

Print ISBN-13: 9780824833312

Published to Hawaii Scholarship Online: November 2016

DOI: 10.21313/hawaii/9780824833312.001.0001

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(p.261) Bibliography of Ichikawa Hakugen’s Major Works

(p.261) Bibliography of Ichikawa Hakugen’s Major Works

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Imperial-Way Zen
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University of Hawai'i Press

Bibliography references:

(in chronological order)

“Marukusu-shugi to Zen—oboegaki” (Notes on Marxism and Zen). Chūō Bukkyō (June 1930). IHC 3:219–232.

“Bukkyō yori mita Hēgeru no benshōhō” (Hegel’s dialectic from the perspective of Buddhism). Gendai Bukkyō 88 (1932). IHC 2:308–322.

Zen no kihonteki seikaku (The fundamental character of Zen). Tokyo: Dōbunkan, 1942. IHC 1:3–79.

“Bankei no shisō” (Bankei’s thought). In Bankei Zen no kenkyū (Studies of Bankei Zen), edited by Daisetsu Teitarō Suzuki and Furuta Shōkin. Tokyo: Sankibō, 1942. IHC 1:415–470.

“Takuan-oshō no ronri to rinri” (Takuan’s logic and ethics). In Takuan Zenji no kenkyū (Studies of Zen teacher Takuan), edited by Nishi Yoshio. Tokyo: Daitō Shuppansha, 1944. IHC 1:388–415.

“Zengaku sasshin no isshibyō: Zen no seiji-rinri-sōken no tame ni” (A target for reform in Zen Studies: Toward the construction of Zen political ethics). Zengaku kenkyū 39 (June 1946). IHC 3:449–455.

“Kyōsanshugi-shisō no tenkai to Bukkyō” (Buddhism and the development of communist thought). In Gendai Bukkyō mondai—gokō (Five studies of issues in contemporary Buddhism), edited by Nakajima Bunkyō. Tokyo: Yangu Iisuto Sha, 1949. IHC 3:259–272.

“Zen no kokōsei ni tsuite: Zen ni tai suru gigi” (On the solitary aloofness of Zen: Some doubts about Zen), parts I and II. Shisō 307, 308 (January and February 1950). IHC 1:482–510.

“Zen no jissen ni tsuite: rekishi-tenkanki ni okeru hihanteki shiron” (On Zen praxis: A critical exploratory essay in the midst of a historical turning point). Shisō 326 (October 1951). IHC 3:456–473.

“Nishitani-kyōju no saibusō-ron” (Professor Nishitani’s argument for rearmament). Shisō 58, no. 8 (August 1952). IHC 3:283–293.

(p.262) Hannyakyō: hannya-shisō no gendai e no tenkai (The wisdom sutras: The development of the philosophy of prajñā for the contemporary age). Kyoto: San’ichi Shobō, 1956.

“Bukkyō to shakai-seigi no mondai” (Buddhism and the problem of social justice). Sōzō 94–96, 97–104 (ten installments, 1959–1960). IHC 2:429–477.

“Zen, Kegon, anakizumu” (Zen, Kegon, anarchism). Jiyū shisō 5 (1961). IHC 3:319–345.

“Sokuhi no ronri to gendai” (The logic of sokuhi and the contemporary age). In Kōza kindai bukkyō (Studies of modern Buddhism), vol. 3., edited by Hōzōkan Henshū-bu. Kyoto: Hōzōkan, 1962. IHC 2:414–428.

“Bukkyō-rinri genjitsuka no mondaiten: Zen no baai o chūshin to shite” (Problems in the actualization of Buddhist ethics: Focusing on the case of Zen). Nihon Bukkyōkai nenpō 27 (1962). IHC 4:365–380.

“Nihon no seijiteki shūkyō: Tennō Shintō to Sōka Gakkai” (Japan’s political religions: Imperial Shinto and Sōka Gakkai). Jiyū 63-65 (1963). IHC 4:381–397.

“A Preliminary Conception of Zen Social Ethics,” parts I and II. Indogaku-Bukkyōgaku kenkyū 11, no. 10 (January 1963):20–31, and 13, no. 2 (1965):12–20.

“Fuhen-teki kū” (Universal suffering). Zengaku kenkyū 55 (July 1966). IHC 2:336–413.

Zen to gendai shisō (Zen and contemporary thought).Tokyo: Tokuma Shoten, 1967. IHC 2:3–207.

Bukkyōsha no sensō sekinin (Buddhists’ responsibility for the war). Tokyo: Shunjūsha, 1970. IHC 3:3–216.

“The Problem of Buddhist Socialism in Japan.” Japanese Religions 6, no. 3 (August 1970):15–37.

Ikkyū: ransei ni ikita Zensha (Ikkyū: A Zen person living in a time of chaos). Tokyo: Nihon Hōsō Shuppan Kyōkai, 1970.

Daie. Osaka: Tōhō Shuppan, 1970. IHC 1:83–218.

“Bassui Zen no shomondai” (Various issues surrounding Bassui’s Zen). In Chūsei Zenka no shisō (The thought of medieval Zen figures), edited by Ichikawa Hakugen, Iriya Yoshitaka and Yanagida Seizan. Nihon shisō taikei, vol. 16. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 1972. IHC 1:221–246.

“Ikkyū to sono Zen shisō” (Ikkyū and his Zen thought). In Chūsei Zenka no shisō (The thought of medieval Zen figures), edited by Ichikawa Hakugen, Iriya Yoshitaka and Yanagida Seizan. Nihon shisō taikei, vol. 16. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 1972. IHC 1:262–299.

Nihon fashizumu-ka no shūkyō (Religion under Japanese fascism). Tokyo: Enuesu Publishing, 1975. IHC: 3–361.

“Kaihō no Zengaku e: jidenfū ni” (Toward a liberating Zen Studies: An autobiographical approach), Shisō no kagaku 68 (1976). IHC 3:474–483.

Takuan: Fudōchi shinmyō roku, Taiaki, Reirōshū (Takuan: The Wondrous Record of the Immovable Wisdom, Annals of Taia, and Clear Sound of Jewels), vol. 13 of Nihon no Zen-goroku (Japanese Zen records). Tokyo: Kōdansha, 1978.

“Tennō-sei to chingo-kokka no Bukkyō” (The imperial system and Buddhism for pacifying and protecting the nation). In Tennō-sei to Nihon shūkyō (The imperial system and Japanese religions), edited by Maruyama Teruo, 27–46. Tokyo: Aki Shobō, 1985.