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Journal
of
the
International
Association
of
Buddhist
Studies
Volume 23 • Number 2 • 2000CARMEN DRAGONETTIMarginal Note on the Idealistic Conception
of
citta-miitra
JOHN KIESCHNICKBlood Writing
in
Chinese BuddhismKLAUS-DIETER MATHESTaranatha's Presentation
of
trisvabhiiva
in
the
gZan ston sfiin
po
SARA McCLINTOCKKnowing All through Knowing One:Mystical Communion or Logical Trick
165177
195
in the
Tattvasarrzgraha
and
Tattvasarrzgrahapafijikii 225
LINDA PENKOWER
In
the Beginning ... Guanding
11m
(561-632)and the Creation
of
Early Tiantai 245
PETER
SKILLINGVasubandhu and the
Vyiikhyiiyukti
LiteratureThe
XIllth
Conference
of
the InternationalAssociation
of
Buddhist Studies,Bangkok 8-13 December 2002First circular297
351
 
The
Journal
of
he InternationalAssociation
of
Buddhist Studies
(ISSN 0193-600XX) is the organ
of
the International Association
of
Buddhist Studies, Inc.
It
welcomesscholarly contributions pertaining toall facets
of
Buddhist Studies.JIABS is published twice yearly, inthe summer and winter.Address manuscripts (two copies)and books for review to:
The
Editors, JIABS, Section delangues
et
civilisations orientales,Universite de Lausanne,
BFSH
2, CH-1015 Lausanne,Switzerland.Address subscription orders anddues, changes
of
address, andbusiness correspondence(including advertising orders) to:Professor Cristina Scherrer-Schaub,Treasurer
lABS,
Section
de
langues
et
civilisationsorientales, Faculte des lettresUniversite de Lausanne,
BFSH
21015 Lausanne-DorignySwitzerlandemail:iabs.treasurer@orient.unil.chFax: +41 21
6923045
Subscriptions to JIABS are $40
per
year for individuals and $70
per
year for libraries and otherinstitutions.
For
information
on
membership in lABS, see
back
cover.© Copyright 2000
by
the InternationalAssociation
of
Buddhist Studies, Inc.
EDITORIAL BOARDCristina
A.
Scherrer-SchaubTom J.F. Tillemans
Editors-in-Chief
Robert BuswellSteven CollinsCollett CoxLuis
O.
GomezPaul HarrisonOskar von HinuberRoger JacksonPadmanabh S. JainiShoryu KatsuraDonald S. Lopez, Jr.Alexander MacdonaldD. Seyfort RueggRobert SharfErnst SteinkellnerErik Zurcher
Editorial Assistant:
Yves Ramseier
 
JIABS 23.2Contributors
to
this issue:Carmen DRAGONETTI is "Investigador Superior" (Superior Investigator) in Indian Philosophy and Buddhism at The National Council
of
Scientific Research (CONICET), Argentina, since 1966, and Professor
of
Buddhism in The Institute
of
Buddhist Studies Foundatipn, BuenosAires since 1989. Her last research focuses on many aspects of the
LotusSatra.
Together with Fernando Tola she has translated from Sanskritinto Spanish the
Lotus Satra
(Mexico: El Colegio de Mexico 1999). Hermost recent publication has been the translation from Chinese intoSpanish
of
the
Satra
of
the Infinite Meanings.
John KIESCHNICK is an Assistant Research Fellow at the Institute
of
History and Philology, Academia Sinica in Taipei. Author
of
The
Eminent Monk: Buddhist Ideals in Medieval Chinese Hagiography
(University
of
Hawaii Press 1997),
he
is currently writing a book on theimpact
of
Buddhism on Chinese material culture.Klaus-Dieter MATHES has been in charge
of
the Nepal Research Centreand the Nepal-German Manuscript Preservation Project in Kathmandufor the last seven years. After his return to Germany in spring 2001, heplans to complete his "Habilitation" at Hamburg University with a study
of
the
tathagatagarbha
theory based on newly found Tibetan material,including the
Ratnagotravibhaga
commentary by , Gos Lo tsa ba gZonnu dpal. Main fields of interest: Yogacara, Madhyamaka and
tathagata-garbha
in the light ofIndo-Tibetan hermeneutics.Sara McCLINTOCK is a doctoral candidate in Religion at HarvardUniversity. Her dissertation is on the topic of omniscience in the
Tattva-saf!!graha
and
Tattvasaf!!grahapafijikii.
LINDA PENKOWER is Associate Professor
of
Religious Studies at theUniversity
of
Pittsburgh. Her
Tientai Buddhism and the Construction
of
Lineage during the Tang
will be published by the Kuroda Institute(UHP).PETER SKILLING is in charge
of
the Fragile Palm Leaves for thepreservation
of
Buddhist Literature (Bangkok). Among his variouscontributions
to
Buddhist studies, one may mention
Mahiisatras: GreatDiscourses
of
the Buddha.
Vol. I and
II,
Oxford: Pali Text Society 1994and 1997.

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