- Title Pages
- 1. The Chinese Buddhist Canon Through the Ages
- 2. From the “Cult of the Book” to the “Cult of the Canon”
- 3. Notions and Visions of the Canon in Early Chinese Buddhism
- 4. <i>Fei Changfang’s</i> Records of the Three Treasures Throughout the Successive Dynasties (Lidai sanbao ji <span xml:lang="jpn">歷代三寶紀</span>) <i>and Its Role in the Formation of the Chinese Buddhist Canon</i>
- 5. The Birth of the First Printed Canon
- 6. <i>The Life and Afterlife of</i> Qisha Canon (Qishazang <span xml:lang="jpn">磧砂藏</span>)
- 7. Managing the Dharma Treasure
- 8. Better Than the Original
- 9. Taishō Canon
- Appendix 1
- Appendix 2
A Brief Survey of the Printed Editions of the Chinese Buddhist Canon
- Spreading Buddha's Word in East Asia
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