1

Xue Yu

DIALECTICAL CENTRALISM: A BUDDHIST VIEW ON THE RELATION BETWEEN MAN AND NATURE

P1
2

Rev. M. Dhammajothi

CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN MULTI-CULTURAL SOCIETIES: ADOPTING WESTERN APPROACH TO ENHANCE THE BUDDHIST PERSPECTIVE

P12
3

Peter D. Hershock

RELATIONAL VIRTUOSITY: THE SOCIAL IDEAL OF BUDDHIST PRACTICE

P27
4

Georgios T. Halkias

THE CENTRALITY OF THE BUDDHIST TEACHER GURU-YOGA IN THE TIBETAN TRADITIONS

P41
5

Michael von Brück

BUDDHISM IN THE WEST TRANSFORMATIVE PROCESSES ELICITED THROUGH THE RELIGIOUS “OTHER”

P57
6

Wendi L. Adamek

TWO VOICES FROM THE FIELD OF PRACTICE: MEDIEVAL AND MODERN PROPONENTS OF THE BENEFICIAL WORK OF NATURAL PRINCIPLES

P67
7

K.T.S. Sarao

SILK ROAD, ARABS AND BUDDHISM IN EARLY MEDIEVAL WESTERN INDIA

P81
8

Okuyama Naoji

DIALOGUE BETWEEN SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN BUDDHISTS: EXCHANGES BETWEEN JAPANESE BUDDHISM AND SRI LANKAN BUDDHISM WHICH BEGAN IN THE LATE 19TH CENTURY

P93