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Michel Mohr 蒙葦
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Switzerland 瑞士
Michel Mohr 
CCS Grant


Instituion: University of Hawaii
Topic: Chan without Borders: An Investigation of the Symbiosis between Lay and Monastic Buddhist Communities in Taiwan

Instituion: Department of Religion,University of Hawaii,USA
Homepage: Michel Mohr, Ph.D.

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  • “Tōrei zenji ni miru Hakuin zen no shinmenmoku” 東嶺禅師に見る白隠禅の真面目 [The True Face of Hakuin Zen Seen through his Disciple Tōrei], Zenbunka 禅文化, no. 125, July 1987, pp. 41–54 (in Japanese).
  • “Vers la redécouverte de Tōrei” [Towards the Rediscovery of Tōrei], Les Cahiers d’Extrême-Asie, no. 7, 1993–94, Special Issue on Chan and Zen Buddhism, pp. 319–52 (in French).
  • “Experience in the Light of Zen Buddhism,” Zen Buddhism Today, Annual Report of the Kyoto Zen Symposium, no. 10, November 1993, pp. 12–31.
  • “Examining the Sources of Japanese Rinzai Zen,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, vol. 20 no. 4, December 1993, pp. 331–44.
  • “Bonshō dōkyo: kakehashi toshite no shūkyō” 凡聖同居 架け橋としての宗教 [Cohabitation of the Profane and the Sacred: Religion as a Bridge]. In Jinsei to shūkyō: Nishimura Eshin kyōju kanreki kinen bunshū 人生と宗教 西村惠信教授還暦記念文集, Kyoto 1993: Zenbunka kenkyūsho 禅文 化研究所, pp. 498–505 (in Japanese).
  • “Zen Buddhism during the Tokugawa Period: The Challenge to Go beyond Sectarian Consciousness,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, vol. 21 no. 4, December 1994, pp. 341–72.
  • “Tōrei no chosaku ni kansuru mondai (sono ichi): Bumo onnanpōkyō chūge to ‘kōkō’ no shisō 東嶺の 著作に関する問題(その一)父母恩難報経註解と「孝行」の思想” [Problems Concerning the Works of Tōrei (1): His Annotated Commentary of the Sūtra on the Difficulty of Repaying the Debt of Gratitude toward One’s Parents and the Concept of Filial Piety], Zengaku kenkyū 禅学研究, vol. 73, January 1995, pp. 143–89 (in Japanese).
  • “Monastic Tradition and Lay Practice from the Perspective of Nantenbō: A Response of Japanese Zen Buddhism to Modernity,” Zen Buddhism Today, Annual Report of the Kyoto Zen Symposium, no. 12, November 1995, pp. 63–89.
  • “Konton no jikaku kara hyōgen e: Zenbukkyō ni okeru kotoba no toraekata no ichisokumen 混沌の自 覚から表現へ 禅仏教に於ける言葉の捉え方の一側面” [From the Awareness of Primordial Chaos to Its Expression: One Facet of Speech from the Perspective of Zen Buddhism]. In Keiken to kotoba 経験と言葉, Hōshaku hikaku-shūkyō: Bunka-sōsho 宝積比較宗教・文化叢書 3, Tokyo 1995: Taimeidō 大明堂, pp. 207–38 (in Japanese).
  • “Japanese Zen Schools and the Transition to Meiji: A Plurality of Responses in the Nineteenth Century,” Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, vol. 25 nos. 1–2, Spring 1998 Special Issue on Meiji Zen, pp. 167–213.
  • “Zenbukkyō kara mita ‘experience’ 禅仏教からみた「experience」” [Experience in the Light of Zen Buddhism], translated by Iwamoto Akemi 岩本明美. In Kyōto zen shinpo ronshū: Myōnichi e no teigen 京都禅シンポ論集 明日への提言 [Collected Papers of the Kyōto Zen Symposium: Proposals for Tomorrow], edited by Horio Tsutomu 堀尾孟. Ky
  • “Hakuin.” In Buddhist Spirituality: Later China, Korea, Japan, and the Modern World, edited by Y. Takeuchi, J. W. Heisig, P. L. Swanson and J. S. O’Leary. World Spirituality: An Encyclopedic History of the Religious Quest, Vol. 9. New York: A Herder & Herder Book, The Crossroad Publishing Company, 1999, pp. 307–28.
  • “Nantenbō to sono shisō tenkai 南天棒とその思想展開” [Nantenbō and the Development of His Thought], Kindai bukkyō 近代仏教 7, March 2000, pp. 50–69 (in Japanese).
  • “Emerging from Nonduality: Kōan Practice in the Rinzai Tradition since Hakuin.” In The Kōan: Texts and Contexts in Zen Buddhism, edited by Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 244–79.
  • “Zengaku niwa hōhōron ga ariuruka 禅学には方法論がありうるか?” [Is Methodology relevant to the Study of Zen?], Nihon bukkyō gakkai nenpō 日本佛教學會年報 66, May 2001, pp. 149–74 (in Japanese).
  • “Linking Chan/Seon/Zen Figures and Their Texts: Problems and Developments in the Construction of a Relational Database,” Jeon ja bul jeon: Journal of Electronic Buddhist Texts 3, December 2001, pp. 219–38.
  • “Kindai ‘Zenshisō’ no keisei: Kōgaku Sōen to Suzuki Daisetsu no yakuwari o chūshin ni 近代「禅思 想」の形成 洪岳宗演と鈴木大拙の役割を中心に” [The Formation of ‘Zen Thought’ after the Meiji Era: The Role Played by Kōgaku Sōen and Suzuki Daisetsu], Shisō 思想, no. 943, November 2002, pp. 46–63 (in Japanese).
  • “Nijusseiki ni okeru kaigai zenbukkyō kenkyū no seika to nijūisseiki e no kadai: 1989–2004 no dōkō o chūshin ni 20世紀における海外禅仏教研究の成果と21世紀への課題 1989~2004年の動向 を中心に” [Zen Research in Languages other than Japanese: Achievements in the 20th Century and Challenges for the 21th Century, with a Focus on Trends in 1989–2004], Kindai bukkyō 近代仏教 11, May 2004, pp. 75–100 (in Japanese).
  • “Hiratsuka Raichō ga mita kindai no shūkyō to sono hyōka 平塚らいてうが見た近代の宗教とその評 価” [Modern Religions as Hiratsuka Raichō Saw and Evaluated Them], Kindai bukkyō 近代仏教 12, February 2006, pp. 20–38 (in Japanese).
  • “Introduction” for the Special Issue on Buddhist and Non-Buddhist Trends towards Religious Unity in Meiji, The Eastern Buddhist, vol. 37 nos. 1 & 2, 2005, pp. 1–7 [September 2006].
  • “Murakami Senshō: In Search [of] the Fundamental Unity of Buddhism,” The Eastern Buddhist, vol. 37 nos. 1 & 2, 2005, pp. 77–105 [published in September 2006].
  • “Cutting through Desire: Dokuan Genkō’s Odes on the Nine Perceptions of Foulness,” The Eastern Buddhist, vol. 40 nos. 1 & 2, 2009, pp. 175–215 [published in April 2010].
  • “Plowing the Zen Field: Trends since 1989 and Emerging Perspectives,” Religion Compass 6 (2), 2012, pp. 113–124.
  • “Filial Piety with a Zen Twist: Universalism and Particularism Surrounding the Sutra on the Difficulty of Reciprocating the Kindness of Parents,” Journal of Religion in Japan 2 (1), May 2013, pp. 35–62.
  • “L’héritage contesté de Dokuan Genkô : Traditions et conflits dans le bouddhisme Zen du XVIIe siècle.” In Repenser l’ordre, repenser l’héritage: paysage intellectuel du Japon (XVIIe –XIXe siècles), edited by F. Girard, A. Horiuchi and M. Macé. Paris-Genève: Droz, 2002, pp. 209–63.
  • “Chan and Zen.” In The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Second Edition, edited by Donald Borchert. Detroit: Macmillan Reference, Gale Group/Thomson, 2005, vol. 1, pp. 726–30.
  • “Imagining Indian Zen: Tōrei’s Commentary on the Ta-mo-to-lo ch’an ching and the Rediscovery of Early Meditation Techniques during the Tokugawa Era.” In Zen Classics: Formative Texts in the History of Zen Buddhism, edited by Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, pp. 215–246.
  • “Fūshiga mondai no haikei o saguru 風刺画問題の背景を探る” [Examining the Background of the Cartoons Issue]. In EU to isurāmu no shūkyō dentō wa kyōzon dekiru ka: “Muhanmado no Fūshiga jiken” no honshitsu EUとイスラームの宗教伝統は共存できるか 「ムハンマドの風刺 画」事件の本質 [Can the EU and Islam Coexist? The True Nature of the “Incident of the Muhammad Cartoons”], edited by Mori Kōichi 森 孝一. Tokyo: Akashi Shoten, 2007, pp. 16–64 (in Japanese).
  • “Invocation of the Sage: The Ritual to Glorify the Emperor.” In Zen Ritual: Studies of Zen Buddhist Theory in Practice, edited by Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, pp. 205–222.
  • “Beyond Awareness: Tōrei Enji’s Understanding of Realization in the Treatise on the Inexhaustible Lamp of Zen, Chapter 6.” In Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings, edited by William Edelglass, and Jay L. Garfield. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009, pp. 159–170.
  • “The Use of Traps and Snares: Shaku Sōen Revisited” in Zen Masters, edited by Steven Heine and Dale S. Wright, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, pp. 183–216.
  • “Sengai’s Multifaceted Legacy,” contribution to the catalogue of the Sengai Exhibition at the Rietberg Museum in Zürich, May 18–August 10, 2014.
Michael Mohr (蒙葦教授)、林鎮國教授
Michael Mohr (蒙葦教授)、林鎮國教授
Michael Mohr (蒙葦教授)、林鎮國教授