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|Statement||by Masaharu Anesaki.|
|Series||ATLA monograph preservation program -- ATLA fiche 1990-2005.|
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|Pagination||xi, 160 p.,  leaf of plates|
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I found this book to give a very nice overview of Nichiren, his life, and his thought on religion, mainly Buddhism but also Shingon and Japanese mysticism. It's a great introduction to one of the most revolutionary figures in Japan, Buddhism, and religious thought.
I highly recommend it for anyone interested in those by: 8. I found this book to give a very nice overview of Nichiren, his life, and his thought on religion, mainly Buddhism but also Shingon and Japanese mysticism. It's a great introduction to one of the most revolutionary figures in Japan, Buddhism, and religious thought.
I highly recommend it for anyone interested in those subjects/5(8). Between Nichiren, the Buddhist Prophet and Fire in the Lotus: The Dynamic Buddhism of Nichiren I feel that I've gain a more well-rounded view of Nichiren's Buddhism in these two books than I did in 20 years of practice and study.
I also highly recommendThe Lotus Sutra: A Contemporary Translation of a Buddhist Classic.5/5(5). I found this book to give a very nice overview of Nichiren, his life, and his thought on religion, mainly Buddhism but also Shingon and Japanese mysticism.
It's a great introduction to one of the most revolutionary figures in Japan, Buddhism, and religious thought. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in those subjects/5(8). Nichiren, the Buddhist prophet by Anesaki, Masaharu Published by Harvard University Press in by: 8.
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Welcome to the Soka Gakkai Nichiren Buddhism Library. The library contains the following English translations of the essential texts of Nichiren The Buddhist prophet book The Writings of Nichiren Daishonin, volumes 1 and 2 (WND-1 and WND-2), The Lotus Sutra and Its Opening and Closing Sutras (LSOC), and the Lotus Sutra commentary The Record Nichiren the Orally Transmitted.
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Nichiren Buddhism has had a major impact on Japan's literary and cultural life. Japanese literary figure Takayama Chogyū and children's author Kenji Miyazawa praised Nichiren's teachings.
A prominent researcher, Masaharu Anesaki, was encouraged to study Nichiren which led to the work Nichiren: The Buddhist Prophet which introduced Nichiren to the West. Nichiren, the Buddhist prophet. [Masaharu Anesaki] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n library. The last sage of Nichiren's life and his death --His ideas about illness and death --His last moments and his legacy --Appendix: The Buddhist conception of reality --The fundamental tenets of Buddhism concerning reality --Tendai's doctrine of the middle path and reality.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anesaki, Masaharu, Nichiren, the Buddhist prophet. Cambridge, Harvard University Press; London, H. Milford. A reference to Nichiren made in that paper led me to tell the senior philosopher of Harvard more about the Buddhist prophet. The present volume is a result of his advice and encouragement to write something on en's personality has various peculiar interests of its own.
Nichiren (日蓮; born as Zen-nichi-maro (善日麿), Dharma name: Rencho, 16 February – 13 October ) was a Japanese Buddhist priest of the Kamakura period (–), who developed the teachings of Nichiren Buddhism, a branch school of Mahayana Buddhism.
Nichiren: 1 declared that the Lotus Sutra alone contains the highest truth of Buddhist Born: 16 FebruaryChiba Prefecture, Japan. About Buddhism. What is Buddhism. Buddhism is the teaching of the Buddha, just as Christianity is the teaching of Jesus Christ and Islam is the teaching of Mohammad.
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Nichiren, original name Zennichi, also called Zenshōbō Renchō, posthumous name Risshō Daishi, (born FebruKominato, Japan—died NovemIkegami), militant Japanese Buddhist prophet who contributed significantly to the adaptation of Buddhism to the Japanese mentality and who remains one of the most controversial and influential figures in Japanese Buddhist.
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At Harvard Business Review, Joseph Allen and John Macomber. ““IF JAPAN ever produced a prophet or a religious man of prophetic zeal, Nichiren was the man. He stands almost a unique figure in the history of Buddhism, not alone because of his persistence through hardship and persecution, but for his unshaken conviction that he himself was the messenger of Buddha, and his confidence in the future of his religion and country.
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Books shelved as nichiren-buddhism: Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace, vol. 2 by Daisaku Ikeda, The Wisdom for Creating Happiness and Peace: Select. Nichiren () was a Japanese Buddhist monk who taught devotion to the Lotus Sutra as the means to enlightenment and established his own en was a vocal critic of the government officials and leaders of the Buddhist schools in Japan in his time.
Many of his letters show empathy with the down-trodden of his day, and include letters to women believers who Author: John Noyce. Nichiren-shō-shū traces its line of succession back to one of Nichiren’s six disciples, Nikkō, who, according to documents held by the sect, was the prophet’s chosen temple he established in at the foot of Mount Fuji, Daiseki-ji, is still the sect’s en-shō-shū differs from the other Nichiren sects in its elevation of the founder, Nichiren, to a.
Nichiren Buddhism for Daily Life. In the 13th century, a Japanese Buddhist religious reformer named Nichiren identified that the practice of chanting the Lotus Sutra’s title, “Myoho-renge-kyo,” together with the Sanskrit word “Nam,” which means “to devote oneself,” is itself the way to bring forth from within our Buddha nature.