Interpreting Fazun (1902-1980) in the Context of the Chinese Buddhist Reform during the Early 20th Century

Xianyue Wang
Fazun (法尊 1902-1980) was one of the first Chinese monks dedicated to introducing Tibetan Buddhism into China proper during the early 20th century, a time when Chinese Buddhism itself was undergoing a thorough reform. Past academic works examine Fazun primarily through the lens of the dissemination of Tibetan esotericism in China proper at the time, while leaving his thoughts regarding the on-going Chinese Buddhist Reform led by Taixu largely unexamined. This thesis explores Fazun’s roles...
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