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Atsushi Ibuki

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Department of Eastern Philosophy and Culture
Institute of Oriental Studies
Course of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies
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Education

  •  - 1992 , Waseda University
  •  - 1992 , Waseda University, Graduate School, Division of Letters
  •  - 1983 , Waseda University, School of Humanities and Social Sciences
  •  - 1983 , Waseda University, Faculty of Literature

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   1999 04  - 2005 03 , Toyo University, Faculty of Literature
  •   1996  - 1999 , Toyo University
  •   1996  - 1999 , Toyo University, Lecturer
  •   1997  - 1998 , Waseda University
  •   1994  - 1998 , Part-time Lecturer
  •   1993  - 1996 , The Japan Society for the Promotion of Science,
  •   1992  - 1996 , The Eastern Institute, Research Fellow
  • Special Research Fellow

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences, History of thought
  • Humanities & social sciences, Philosophy - Chinese, Indian, Buddhist
  • Humanities & social sciences, Philosophy - Chinese, Indian, Buddhist
  • Humanities & social sciences, Philosophy - Chinese, Indian, Buddhist
  • Humanities & social sciences, Philosophy - Chinese, Indian, Buddhist

Research Interests

    Chinese Buddhism, Zen, Buddhism

Published Papers

  • Vinaya and the Chan School: Hīnayāna precepts and bodhisattva precepts, Buddhism in the city and Buddhism in the mountains, religion and the state, IBUKI Atsushi, Studies in Chinese Religions, Studies in Chinese Religions, 1, 06 , Invited
  • The Social Background of the Reincarnation Story of Shōtoku Taishi( 聖德太子), Its’ Creation and the Transformation, IBUKI Atsushi, 52, 03
  • Daoxuan's Commentary on the Brahma Net Sutra: the Documentary Value of Japanese Buddhist Materials for the Study of Early Ch'an Buddhism, IBUKI Atsushi, EASTERN PHILOSOPHYAND CULTURE, EASTERN PHILOSOPHYAND CULTURE, 2, 37 - 58, 03
  • On the Northern Chan School's Commentary on the Faju jing,One of the Most Famous Apocrypha in China, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, 139, 352-376
  • The Editorial Process and Tromsformation of the Faju jing, Journal of Buddhist Studis, Journal of Buddhist Studis, V. 1-26
  • The Influence of Chan on the Nianfo jing, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 51 - 1
  • The Zen Influences on Komparu Zenchiku's Theory of Noh(Part 1), BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY, BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY, 54,35-63
  • Aspects of Social Reaction Caused by the Appearance of Chan in the Capital, BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), 53, 1 - 30
  • The Relationship between Huike and the Niepan lun, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, 37, 38, 338-356, 255-270
  • The Diamond sutra in the Early Schools of Chan Buddhism, ,333-378
  • Huike and Niepan lun, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 48, (1) 196 - 202
  • Several Problems on the Biographical Story of Huineng and the Editing Process of the Caoxi dashi zhuang, Thought and Religion of Asia, Thought and Religion of Asia, 15, 82-109
  • The Commentary on the Lankavatara sutra Attributed to Bodhidharma, BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY (Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY (Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), 51,52,1-23,1-33
  • Jinggang jing bianxiang : One of the Important Materials which Show the Characteristic Aspects of the Buddhism of Song Dinasty-, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, TOYO UNIVERSITY ASIAN STUDIES, 35, 214-236
  • The Citta-vijnana Theory of the Northern School of Dilun, Journal of Buddhist Studies, Journal of Buddhist Studies, 40, 23-59
  • The Practices of Dhyana in Early Chan Texts, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, 24,19-45
  • The Citta Vijnana Theory of the Southern School of Dilun, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 47, (1) 86 - 92
  • Reconsideration of the Dhuta sutra, BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), BULLETIN OF ORIENTOLOGY(Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters Toyo University, Series of INDIAN PHILOSOPHY), 50,82-106
  • On the Early Chan Texts Brought to Japan by Saicho, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, 23,127-201
  • The Texts of the Jingang jingj jieyi : The Oldest Commentary on the Diamond sutra Attributed to Huineng, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 6,63-218
  • The Commentaries on the Diamond sutra Attributed to Huineng, the Sixth Patriarch of Chan, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, ANNUAL REPORT FROM THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, 22,49-87
  • Heze School of Chan and the Jingang jing jieyi, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 45, (1) 63 - 67
  • The Formation of the Dunhuang Version of the Platform sutra, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 4,V.1-226
  • On the Formation of the Dunhuang Version of the Platform Sutra, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 44, (1) 77 - 81
  • The Formation and Spreading of the Daruma daishi sanlon and the Shoushitsu rokumon, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 3,V1-115
  • On the Editorial Process of the Dharumadaishi sanron and the Shoushitsu rokumon, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 43, (1) 257 - 261
  • On the Dhuta sutra : An Apocryphal Chinese Sutra of Early Chan Buddhism Translated into Sogdian, ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ZEN INSTITUTE, ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ZEN INSTITUTE, 4,146-173
  • The Thoughts of the Xin-wang Jing, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 2,1-31
  • On the Annotation of the Dhuta sutra, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 42, (1) 285 - 288
  • A Reconstruction of the Xin wang jing, on the Basis of the Chinese Fragments and Sogdian Translation, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 2,48-104
  • The Texts of the Dunwu zhenzong jingang bore xiuxing dabian famen yaojue, Tōhō (The East), Tōhō (The East), 8, 167 - 178
  • The Developement of the Thought of the Northern School Examined from Transformations of Huijing's Pore xin jing shu, Journal of Buddhist Studies, Journal of Buddhist Studies, 31,41-67
  • Moheyan and the Dunwu dasheng zhengli jue, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, ASIAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT, 1,1-75
  • Chan Master Faru and his Followers, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES, 40, (1) 110 - 113
  • Texts of the Dasheng wu fangbian : Development of the Thought of the Northern School of Chan Examined from the Transformations of the Texts, Journal of the Nanto Society for Buddhist Studies, Journal of the Nanto Society for Buddhist Studies, 65,71-102
  • New Materials Concerning the Northern School of Chan, ANNUAL REPORT from THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, ANNUAL REPORT from THE INSTITUTE FOR ZEN STUDIES, 17,183-212
  • A Study on the Enlarging Process of the Xu gaoseng zhuan, Thought and Religion of Asia, Thought and Religion of Asia, 7,58-74
  • Studies on Huixang, a Buddist in Tang period, BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE, BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE, 12, 33 - 45
  • On the forming process of the Touzi heshang yulu, BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE, BULLETIN OF THE Graduate Division of Literature OF WASEDA UNIVERSITY SPECIAL ISSUE, 12,55-68

Books etc

  • Development and Practice of Humanitarian Buddhism : Interdisciplinary Perspectives,
    IBUKI Atsushi
    ContributorTzu Chi University Press  2007
  • The History of Zen
    Hōzōkan  2001
  • Tun-wu chen-tsung chim-kang po-jo hsiu-hsing pi-an fa-men yao-chueh and Shen-hui
    San ki b(]E87C7[)  1992

Research Grants & Projects

  • Study on the formation of Zen Buddism