|Author:||Joseph Stephen O'Leary,Heinrich Dumoulin|
|Publisher:||Weatherhill; 1st edition (December 1, 1993)|
|Other formats:||azw doc rtf txt|
Understanding Buddhism : key themes. by. Dumoulin, Heinrich; O'Leary, Joseph Stephen.
Understanding Buddhism : key themes. New York : Weatherill.
Joseph Stephen O’Leary is an Irish Roman Catholic theologian. Heinrich Dumoulin, Understanding Buddhism: Key Themes. Translated and adapred by J. S. O’Leary. Born in Cork, 1949, he studied literature and theology at Maynooth College (BA 1969; DD 1976). He also studied at the Gregorian University, Rome (1972-3) and in Paris (1977–79).
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Translated and adapted from the German by Joseph S. O'Leary. Format Paperback 192 pages.
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40% vetted by RW. Heinrich Dumoulin, . 31 May 1905 – 21 July 1995) was a Jesuit theologian, a widely published author on Zen, and a professor of philosophy and history at Sophia University in Tokyo (where he was Professor Emeritus). He was the founder of its Institute for Oriental Religions, as well as the first Director of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture.