◦ Schopenhauer and Buddhism
◦ The Oral Composition and Transmission of Early Buddhist Texts
Baer, Ruth A.
◦ Measuring Mindfulness
Barclay, Winston F.
◦ On Words and Meaning: The Attitude Toward Discourse in the Laṅkāvatāra Sūtra
Barns, Gina L.
◦ An Introduction to Buddhist Archaeology
◦ The Mahā-vibāṣā Arguments for Sarvāstivāda
◦ Meditation and Mindfulness
◦ The Date of the Buddha Reconsidered
◦ What Does Mindfulness Really Mean? A Canonical Perspective
Bond, George D.
◦Self or No-Self in Theravāda Buddhism (reviews):
Selfless Persons: Imagery and Thought in Theravāda Buddhism, by Steven Collins. Cambridge University Press, 1982. Pp. 323
Self and Non-Self in Early Buddhism, by Joaquín Pérez Remón. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1980 Pp. 412
◦ The Development and Elaboration of the Arahant Ideal in the Theravāda Buddhist Tradition
◦ Theravāda Buddhism’s Meditations on Death and the Symbolism of Initiatory Death
◦ Gāndhāri and the Early Chinese Buddhist Translations Reconsidered: The Case of the Saddharmapuṇḍarīkasūtra
◦ The Buddhist Caves at Aurangabad: The Impact of the Laity
Brereton; Joel P
◦ “Tat Tvam Asi” in Context
◦ The Early Saṃgha and the Laity
◦ Did the Buddha Believe in Karma and Rebirth?
Bucknell, Roderick S.
◦ Conditioned Arising Evolves: Variation and Change in Textual Accounts of the Paṭicca-samuppāda Doctrine
◦ Reinterpreting the Jhānas
◦ The Buddhist Path to Liberation: An Analysis of the Listing of Stages
◦ “Soul-Less” Christianity and the Buddhist Emperical Self: Buddhist-Christian Convergence”
◦ Mindfulness in Schools: Learning lessons from the adults – secular and Buddhist
◦ Knowledge and Liberation: Philosophical Ruminations on a Buddhist Conundrum
◦ Mindfulness in Higher Education
◦ Gleanings from a Comparative Reading of Early Canonical Buddhist and Jaina Texts
Châu, Thích Thién
◦ The Literature of the Pudgalavādins
◦ Proving a Negative
◦ Paradigms of the Self in Buddhism and Christianity
◦ On the Very Idea of the Pali Canon
◦ The Vitalistic Antecedents of the Ātman-Brahman Concept
◦ The Question of the Importance of Smādhi in Modern and Classical Advaita Vedānta
◦ Buddhist ‘Foundationalism’ and the Phenomenology of Perception
◦ The Sutta on Understanding Death in the Transmission of Borān Meditation from Siam to the Kandyan Court
Cousins, Lance Selwyn
◦ Aspects of Esoteric Southern Buddhism
◦ How Buddhism Began: The Conditioned Gensis of the Early Teachings by Richard F. Gombrich (Review)
◦ Pāli Oral Literature
◦ The Dating of the Historical Buddha: A review article
◦ The ‘Five Points’ and the Origins of the Buddhist Schools
◦ The Origins of Insight Meditation
◦ Samatha-yāna and Vipassanā-yāna
◦ Sākiyabhikkhu/Sakayabhikkhu/Śākyabhikṣu: A Mistaken link to Mahāyāna?
◦ Vitakka/Vitarka and Vicāra: Stages of Smādhi in Buddhism and Yoga
◦ Derpendent Origination: Its Elaboration in Early Sarvāstivādin Abhidharma Texts
Crangle, Edward F.
◦ A Comparison of Hindu and Buddhist Techniques of Attaining Samādhi
◦ Concerning the Truth About Ultimate Things
Davidson, Ronald M.
◦ An Introduction to the Standards of Scriptural Authenticity in Indian Buddhism
◦ Mindfulness of Breathing in the Dhyāna Sūtras
Derrett, J. Duncan M.
◦ Consolation and a Parable: Two Contacts between Ancient Greece and Buddhists
◦ Is Mindfulness Present-Centered and Non-Judgmental? A Discussion of the Cognitive Dimensions of Mindfulness
◦ Toward an Understanding of Non-Dual Mindfulness
◦ Changes in Self-Concept, Ego Defence Mechanisms, and Religiosity Following Seven-Day Vipassanā Meditation Retreats
◦ What Kind of Free Will did the Buddha Teach?
◦ What Buddhism Taught Cognitive Science about Self, Mind and Brain
◦ Literal Means and Hidden Meanings: A New Analysis of Skillful Means
◦ Compassion in the Landscape of Suffering
◦ Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy: Culture clash or Creative Fusion?
Findly, Ellison Banks
◦ Ānanda’s Hindrance: Faith (saddhā) in Early Buddhism
◦ The Buddhist Canon and the Canon of Buddhist Studies
◦ Insight Meditation in the United States: Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Garfield, Jay L.
◦ Dependent Arising and the Emptiness of Emptiness: Why did Nāgārjuna Start with Causation?
◦ He Who Sees Dhamma Sees Dhammas: Dhamma in Early Buddhism
◦ On the Practice of Buddhist Meditation According to the Pāli Nikāyas and Exegetical Sources
◦ On Some Definitions of Mindfulness
◦ Upanishadic Terms in Buddhism
◦ The No-Self Theory: Hume, Buddhism, and Personal Identity
◦ The Christian Understanding of Suffering
◦ A Note on Saḷāyatanas in the Pāli Nikāyas
Gokhale, Balkrishna Govind
◦ Early Buddhism and the Urban Revolution
Gombrich, Richard Francis
◦ Ancient Indian Cosmology
◦ Buddhist Karma and Social Control
◦ Feminine Elements of Sinhalese Buddhism
◦ How the Mahāyāna Began
◦ Fifty Stanzas of a Thief
◦ “Merit Transference” In Sinhalese Buddhism: A Case Study of the Interaction Between Doctrine and Practice
◦ Reccovering the Buddha's Message
◦ The Duty of a Buddhist: according to the Pāli scriptures
◦ The Significance of Former Buddhas in the Theravādin Tradition
◦ Concentration or Insight: The Problematic of Theravāda Buddhist Meditation-Theory
◦ Mindfulness by Any Other Name…: Trials and Tribulations of Sati in Western Psychology and Science
◦ Anattā: A Different Approach
Harrison, Paul M.
◦ Relying on the Dharma and not the Person: Refection on Authority and Transmission in
Buddhism and Buddhist Studies
◦ Searching For the Origins of the Mahāyāna: What are we looking for?
◦ Who Gets to Ride in the Great Vehicle? Self-Image and Identity Among the Followers of the Early Mahāyāna
◦ Did the Buddha Teach Satipaṭṭhāna?
◦ “Freedom of the Will” in the Light of Theravāda Buddhist Teachings
◦ “Signless” Meditations in Pāli Buddhism
◦ The Mind-Body in Pāli Buddhism: A Philosophical Investigation
◦ The Symbolism of the Early Stūpa
◦ Some Remarks on the Rise of the bhikṣuṇīsaṃgha and on the Ordination Ceremony for
bhikṣuṇīs according to the Dharmaguptaka Vinaya
◦ What Happened to the Nun Maitreyī?
Hershock, Peter D.
◦ Person as Narration: The Dissolution of ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ in Ch’an Buddhism
◦ Chinese for Pāḷi Students : Introduction
Johansson, Rune E.A.
◦ Citta, Mano, Viññāṇa – A psychosemantic Investigation
Jones, Dhivan Thomas
◦ New Light on the Twelve Nidānas
◦ Playing with Fire: The pratītyasamutpāda from the perspective of Vedic thought
◦ Mindfulness: Diverse Perspectives on its Meaning, Origins, and Multiple Applications at the Intersection of Science and Dharma
◦ Some Reflections on the Origins of MBSR, Skillful Means, and the Trouble with Maps
Kalupahana, David J. ( In Memoriam: David J. Kalupahana - 1933-2014)
◦ A Buddhist Tract on Empiricism
◦ The Buddha’s “Middle Way” as a Vehicle of Culture
◦ The Buddhist conceptions of "subject" and "object" and their moral implications
◦ The Buddhist conception of time and temporality
◦ The Buddhist Tantric Deconstruction and Reconstruction: Their Sūtra Origin
◦ The Early Buddhist Notion of the Middle Path
◦ The Notion of Suffering in Early Buddhism compared with some reflections of early Wittgenstein
◦ The Religious Standing of Burmese Buddhist Nuns (thilá-shin): The Ten Precepts and Religious Respect Words
◦ Still Crazy after all these Years: Why Meditation isn’t Psychotherapy
◦ Path, Fruit and Nibbāna
◦ Rules for the sīmā Regulation in the Vinaya and its Commentaries and their Application in Thailand
◦ Theravada Emptiness: The Abhidhammic theory of Ajaan Sujin Boriharnwanaket
◦ Clarification on Feelings in Buddhist Dhyāna/Jhāna Meditation
◦ Rethinking Non-self: A New Perspective from the Ekottarika Āgama
◦ Saññā and Sati
◦ Conditioned Co-production and Supreme Enlightenment
◦ Religious Suicide in Early Buddhism
Lancaster, Lewis R.
◦ The Oldest Mahāyāna Sūtra: Its significance for the study of Buddhist development
Lewis, Joy Manné
◦ (review): Selfless Persons: Imagery and Thought in Theravāda Buddhism. Ix, 323pp. Cambridge (University Press)
◦ Early Buddhism and Taoism in China (A.D. 65 – 420)
Loy, David R.
◦ Awareness Bound and Unbound: Realizing the Nature of Attention
◦ The Nonduality of Life and Death: A Buddhist View of Repression
Luyster, Robert W.
◦ The Concept of the Self in the Upaniṣads: Its Origin and Symbols
◦ The Buddhist Roots of Mindfulness Training: A Practitioners View
◦ The Status of the Individual in Theravāda Buddhism
◦ Would It Matter All That Much if There Were No Selves?
◦ Innate Enlightenment and No-thought: A Response to the Critical Buddhist Position on Zen
Myers, Michael W.
◦ Tat tvam asi as Advadic Metaphor
◦ The Theory of ‘Dependent Origination’ in its Incipient Stage
◦ The Spirit of Contradiction in the Buddhist Doctrine of Not-Self
◦ ‘I’ without ‘I am’: On the Presence of Subjectivity in Early Buddhism, in the Light of Transcendental Phenomenology
◦ The Mind’s ‘I’ in Meditation: Early Pāḷi Buddhadhamma and Transcendental Phenomenology in Mutual Reflection
Norman, Kenneth Roy
◦ A Note on Attā in the Alagaddūpama Sutta
◦ Aspects of Early Buddhism
◦ On Translating from Pāli
◦ Pāli Philology and the Study of Buddhism
◦ Theravāda Buddhism and Brahmanical Hinduism: Brahmanical Terms in a Buddhist Guise
◦ The Four Noble Truths
◦ The Nine Treasures of the Cakravartin
◦ The Origin of Pāli and its Position among the Indo-European Languages
◦ The Pāḷi Language and the Theravādin Tradition (from: A History of Indian Literature Vol. VII. Facs. 2. Pāli Literature. 1983
◦ Why Are the Four Noble Truths Called “Noble”
◦ The Construction of Mindfulness
◦ Essay on the Aggregates of the Mind
Prebish, Charles S.
◦ Cooking the Buddhist Books
◦ Pudgalavāda Buddhist Philosophy
◦ Immortal Buddhas and their indestructible embodiments: The advent of the concept of vajrakāya
◦ A Comparative Study of Dhāyanas according to Theravāda, Sarvāstivāda and Mahāyāna
◦ The Bodhisattva Ideal of Theravāda
Reat, Noble Ross
◦ Karma and Rebirth in the Upaniṣads and Buddhism
◦ References to Early Buddhism Resources
◦ Some Textual Parallels for Gandhāran Art: Fasting Buddhas, Lalitavistara, and Karuṇāpuṇḍarīkai
Robinson, Richard H.
◦ Some Buddhist and Hindu Concepts of Intellect-Will
Ruegg, David Seyfor
◦ The Kalawān Copper-plate Inscription: Early Evidence for Mahāyāna-type Thinking?
◦ The Relationship Between Nirvāṇa and Samsāra: An Essay on the Evolution of Buddhist Ethics
Salgado, Nirmala S.
◦ Ways of Knowing and Transmitting Religious Knowledge: Case Studies of Theravāda Buddhist Nuns
◦ A New Kharoṣṭhī Inscription
◦ On an Alleged Reference to Amitābha in a Kharoṣṭhī Inscription on a Gandhāran Relief
◦ The Senior Manuscripts: Another Collection of Gandhāran Buddhist Scrolls
◦ Mindfulness and Loving-Kindness
Santorelli, Saki F.
◦ ‘Enjoy Your Death’: Leadership Lessons Forged in the Crucible of Organizational Death and Rebirth Infused with Mindfulness and Mastery
◦ The Inscription on the Kuṣān Image of Amitābha and the Charakter of the Early Mahāyāna in India
◦ The Lay Ownership of Monasteries and the Role of the Monk in Mūlasarvāstivādin Monasticism
◦ The Mahāyāna and the Middle Period of Indian Buddhism: Through a Chinese Looking-glass
◦ The Bhikkhunī-ordination controversy in Thailand
Sharf, Robert H.
◦ Buddhist Modernism and the Rhetoric of Meditative Experience
◦ On the Allure of Buddhist Relics
◦ The Idolization of Enlightenment: On the Mummification of Ch'an Masters in Medieval China
◦ The Rhetoric of Experience and the Study of Religion
◦ A Note on the Use of the Word Hīnayāna
◦ An Inquiry into the Nature of the Distinction Between the History of Religion and the Phenomenology of Religion
◦ Is Anubhava a Pramāṇa According to Śaṅkara?
◦ Rune E.A. Johansson’s Analysis of Citta: A Criticism
◦ Early Meanings of Dependent-Origination
◦ Mindful Wisdom: The Sati-paṭṭhāna-sutta on Mindfulness, Memory, and Liberation
◦ Nuns, Laywomen, Donors, Goddesses: Female Roles in Early Buddhism
◦ Scriptural Authenticity and the Śrāvaka Schools: An Essay towards an Indian Perspective
◦ On the Buddha's Use of Some Brahmanical Motifs in Pali Texts
◦ Prakrit Versus Sanskrit: A Case Study of Pāli (Māgadhī) and Ardhamāgadhī
◦ Some Problems of Textual Study
◦ Eṣā Agrā: Images of Nuns in (Mūla-)Sarvāstivādin Literature
◦ Scriptural Authenticity and the Śrāvaka Schools: An Essay towards an Indian Perspective
So, Hoang Trong
◦ On the Form of Existence of Theravāda Buddhism in Vietnam
◦ Jhāna and Buddhist Scholasticism
◦ On Generalized Exchange and the Domestication of the Sangha
Sugunasiri, Suwanda H. J.
◦ The Whole Body, Not Heart, as 'Seat of Consciousness': The Buddha's View
◦ Nibbana is not viññāṇa, it just isn’t
◦ Sects and Sectarianism: The Origins of Buddhist Schools
Taber, John A.
◦ The Mīmāṃsā theory of self-recognition
Teasdale, John D.
◦ How does Mindfulness Transform Suffering? I: The Nature and Origins of Dukkha
◦ Equivocalities of the Definition and Practice of Mindfulness
Von Hinüber, Oskar
◦ Buddhist Law According to the Theravāda-Vinaya: A survey of Theory and Practice
◦ Buddhist Law According to the Theravāda Vinaya II: Some Additions and Corrections
◦ Hoary Past and Hazy Memory: On the History of Early Buddhist Texts
◦ The Origin of the Term ‘Mahāyāna’ (The Great Vehicle) and its Relationship to the Āgamas
Wallace B. Alan
◦What did the Buddha really mean by “mindfulness”
Williams, David M.
◦ The Translation and Interpretation of the Twelve Terms in the Paṭiccasamuppāda
Wiltshire, Martin G.
◦ The “Suicide” Problem in the Pāli Canon
◦Who Understands the Four Alternatives of the Buddhist Texts?
◦ Early Evidence for the ‘no self’ doctrine? A note on the second anātman teaching of the Second Sermon
◦ Miraculous Transformation and Personal Identity: A note on The First anātman Teaching of the Second Sermon
◦ On the Sarvāstivādins and Mūlasarvāstivadins
◦ The ātman and its negation: A conceptual and chronological analysis of early Buddhist Thought
◦ The Historical Authenticity of Early Buddhist Literature: A Critical Evaluation
◦ The Oral Transmission of the Early Buddhist Literature
Young, Katherine K.
◦ The Issue of the Buddha as Vedagū, with Reference to the Formation of the Dhamma and the Dialectic with the Brahmins
◦ Problems of Tao and Tao Te Ching
Zeuschner, Robert B.
◦ The Meaning of “Hinayāna” in Northern Ch’an
Zysk, Kenneth G.
◦ Studies in Traditional Indian Medicine in the Pāli Canon: Jīvaka and Āyurveda