Studies on Humanistic Buddhism II:Practical Applications: Venerable Master Hsing Yun on Humanistic Buddhism

Miao Guang, Juewei (co-editors)
Fo Guang Cultural Enterprise Co., Ltd.
Studies on Humanistic Buddhism II: Practical Applications: Venerable Master Hsing Yun on Humanistic Buddhism contains articles that explore Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s model of Humanistic Buddhism as developed through the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist order, and how it is applied in human lives. The articles look at the past, present, and future of Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s ideas on Humanistic Buddhism and how they are applied to management, music, meditation, gender equality, economics, community colleges, etc. As stated by Venerable Master Hsing Yun: “I want to humanize, modernize, and incorporate Buddhism into people’s lives.”

Table of Contents
Humanistic Buddhism and It’s Humanization, Modernization, and Incorporation into Daily Life
Li Guangliang
Professor, Yunnan Normal University
Humanistic Buddhism as an Approach to Management
Huang Kuo-Ching
Associate Professor, Nanhua University
On the This-Worldly Emphasis of Humanistic Buddhism
Jai Beng Ray
Professor, Feng Chia University
The Future of Humanistic Buddhism
Yang Zengwen
Professor, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Dharma Function with Sound, Dharma Propagation with Music–A Study of Buddhist Chants and Buddhist Songs of Fo Guang Chan
Di Qi’an
Professor, Shanghai Conservatory of Music
Humanistic Features in Contemporary Chan Practices: Using Fo Guang Chan as an Example
Chen Yongge
Professor, Zhejiang Academy of Social Sciences
A Study on Gender Equality in Humanistic Buddhism
Chang Hongxing
Ph.D., Nanjing University
Venerable Master Hsing Yun’s “Buddhist Economics”
Liu Lifu
Professor, Central South University
Humanistic Buddhism: Plurality and Humanism in Buddhism in the Context of a Buddho-Christian Comparison
Chen Jian
Professor, Shandong University
Historic Achievements of the Hsing Yun Model
Deng Zimei
Professor, Jiangnan University
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