Devotion, Scholarship, and Nationalism in the Creation of the Modern Buddhist Canon in Japan
Chapter 9 studies several editions of the Buddhist canon which were published in modern Japan by a coalition of political officials, scholars, Buddhist clergy, and publishers and augues that these projects were motivated by various academic, religious, political, and economic purposes in order to advance Japanese exceptionalism in Buddhist studies.
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