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The issue of sinification--the manner and extent to which Buddhism and Chinese culture were transformed through their mutual encounter and dialogue--has dominated the study of Chinese Buddhism for much of the past century. Robert Sharf opens this important and far-reaching book by raising a host of historical and hermeneutical problems with the encounter paradigm and the master narrative on which it is based. Coming to Terms with Chinese Buddhism is, among other things, an extended reflection on the theoretical foundations and conceptual categories that undergird the study of medieval Chinese Buddhism.
Paperback, 2.54 cms H x 22.61 cms L x 14.99 cms W (0.52 kgs) 400 pages