Leonard van der Kuijp

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Leonard van der Kuijp is professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies and chairs the Committee on Inner Asian and Altaic Studies. Best known for his studies of Buddhist epistemology, he is the author of numerous works on Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism.


Leonard van der Kuijp范德康 Harvard University哈佛大学 Leonard van der Kuijp is professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies and chairs the Committee on Inner Asian and Altaic Studies. Best known for his studies of Buddhist epistemology, he is the author of numerous works on Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism. Recent publications includeAn Early Tibetan Survey of Buddhist Literature (Vol. 64, Harvard Oriental Series, 2008), coauthored with Kurtis R. Schaeffer, andIn Search of Dharma: Indian and Ceylonese Travelers in Fifteenth Century Tibet (Wisdom, 2009). Van der Kuijp’s research focuses primarily on the Indo-Tibetan Buddhist thought, Tibetan Buddhist intellectual history, Tibetan Buddhism, and premodern Sino-Tibetan and Tibeto-Mongol political and religious relations. Van der Kuijp received his Master's degree at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Canada, and his doctorate at the University of Hamburg in Germany. He joined the faculty at Harvard Univeristy in 1995. He is the former chair of the Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies (now the Department of South Asian Studies). In 1993 van der Kuijp received the MacArthur Fellowship for "pioneering contributions to the study of Tibetan epistemology, biography and poetry." Van der Kuijp worked with the Nepal Research Center of the Humboldt University of Berlin and the University of Washington in Seattle. In 1999, he founded the Tibetan Buddhist Resource Center (TBRC), together with E. Gene Smith. Brief CV:          Leonard W.J. van der Kuijp Professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies Department of South Asian Studies/Department of East Asian Literatures and Civilizations Chairman, Inner Asian and Altaic Studies Harvard University 1 Bow Street Cambridge, MA 02138 July 1995--, Harvard University, Professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies, Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies / South Asian Studies / East Asian Languages and Civilizations D. Phil. (1983), Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, Faculty of Oriental Studies. Department for the History and Culture of India; Concentration in Indology, Tibetology, Sinology and Philosophy D.Phil. Dissertation, 1979 Universität Hamburg Contributions to the History of Tibetan Buddhist Epistemology from the Eleventh to the Fifteenth Century Grants and Honors 1.         July-September 1992/3 - Research Grant: Committee on Scholarly Communication with China 2.         June 1993-1998 - MacArthur Fellowship 3.        NEH Summer Institutes (with T. Lewis, Holy Cross College), 2002-2014 4.         April 2016 - Guggenheim Fellowship Employment History 1.         July 1995-present, Harvard University, Professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies, Department of South Asian Studies. Program of Inner Asian and Altaic Studies; Chair, 1999-present. Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations.      2.         July 1995-2011, Harvard University, Professor of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies, Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies; Chair, 1997-2011. Inner Asian and Altaic Studies; Chair, 1999-present. Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations. 3.         September 1992-July 1995, University of Washington, Associate Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Literatures / Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of History. 4.         September 1988-1992, University of Washington, Assistant Professor, De-partment of Asian Languages and Literature. 5.         September 1987-88, University of Washington, Acting Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Literature. 6.         April 1985 - August 1987, Freie Universität Berlin, Wissenschaftliche Mitar-beiter, Institut für indische Philologie und Kunstgeschichte. 7.         March 1983 - March 1985, Research Associate, Deutsche Forschungsgemein- schaft, Nepal Research Center, Kathmandu. 8.         February 1980 - March 1983, Tibetologist and Deputy Director, Nepal Research Center / Nepal-German Manuscript Preservation Project. Visiting Professorships 1.         Faculty of Letters, Kyoto University, May-August, 2002 2.         Sciences réligieuses, École Pratiques des Hautes Études, Paris, June-July, 2004 3.         School of the Classics/Guoxue yuan, Renmin University of China, Beijing, June-August, 2009-2113 4.         Center for Tibetan Studies/Zhongguo xizang yanjiusuo, Sichuan University, Chengdu, June-August, 2009-2016 Publications: Books 1.         Contributions to the Development of Tibetan Buddhist Epistemology from the Eleventh to the Thirteenth Centuries(Franz Steiner: Wiesbaden, 1983). 2.        The Kālacakra and the Patronage of Tibetan Buddhism by the Mongol Imperial Family (Bloomington: Department of Central Eurasian Studies, Indiana University, 2004) 3.        An Early Tibetan Survey of Buddhist Literature. The Bstan pa rgyas pa nyi 'od of Bcom ldan ral, with K.R. Schaeffer,Harvard Oriental Series, vol. 73 (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009). 4.        Handbook of Tibetan Iconometry. A Guide to the Arts of the 17th Century [with Chr. Cüppers, Ulrich Pagel, and Dobis Tsering Gyal] (Leiden: Brill, 2012). 5.        Bcom ldan ral gri (1227-1305) on Buddhist Epistemology and Logic: His Commentary on Dignāga's Pramāṇasamuccaya [with A. McKeown], Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 80 (Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien Universität Wien, 2013).   Articles 1.         "Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge's Impact on Tibetan Epistemological Theory,"Tibetan Studies, eds. P. Kvaerne and M. Brauen (Zürich, 1977), 163-177. 2.         "Phya pa Chos kyi seng ge's Impact on Tibetan Epistemological Theory" (expanded version of above),Journal of Indian Philosophy 5 (1978), 366-379. 3.         "Introductory Notes to thePramāṇavārttika Based on Tibetan Sources,"The Tibet Journal 4 (1979), 6-28. 4.         "Tibetan Contributions to the 'Apoha' Theory: The Fourth Chapter of theTshad ma rigs pa'i gter,"Journal of the American Oriental Society 99 (1979), 408- 422. 5.         "On the Interpretation ofKāvyādarśa II:274,"Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 8/9 (1982), 69-76. 6.         "Marginalia on Sa skya Paṇḍita's Oeuvre,"Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 7 (1984), 37-55. 7.         "On the Authorship of theGzhung lugs legs par bshad pa Attributed to Sa skya Paṇḍita,"Journal of the Nepal Research Centre 7 (1985), 75-86. 8.         "Some Recently Recovered Sa skya pa Texts: A Preliminary Report,"Journal of the Nepal Research Centre 7 (1985), 87-94. 9.         "A Text-Historical Note onHevajratantra II:v:1-2,"Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 8 (1985), 83-89. 10.       "Notes on the Transmission of Nāgārjuna'sRatnāvalīin Tibet,"The Tibet Journal 10 (1985), 3-19. 11.       "Studies in the Life and Thought of Mkhas grub rje I: Mkhas grub rje's Epistemological Oeuvre and His Philological Remarks on Dignāga'sPramāṇasamuccaya,"Berliner Indologische Studien 1 (1985), 75-105. 12.       "Bhāmaha in Tibet,"Indo-Iranian Journal 28 (1986), 31-39. 13.       "Sa skya Paṇḍita on the Typology of Literary Genres,"Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 11/12 (1986), 41-52. 14.       "On the Sources for Sa skya Paṇḍita's Notes on the Bsam yas Debate,"Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 9 (1986), 147-153. 15.       "Studies in the Life and Thought of Mkhas grub rje IV: Mkhas grub rje on Regionalisms and Dialects,"Berliner Indologische Studien 2 (1986), 23-49. 16.       "Ldong ston Shes rab dpal and a Version of theTshad ma rigs pa'i gter in Thirteen Chapters,"Berliner Indologische Studien 2 (1986), 51-64. 17.       "An Early Tibetan View of the Soteriology of Buddhist Epistemology,"Journal of Indian Philosophy 15 (1987), 57-70. 18.       "Ngor chen Kun dga' bzang po on the Posture of Hevajra: A Note on the Relationship Between Text, Iconography and Spiritual Praxis,"Investigating Indian Art. Festschrift für H. Hertel (Berlin, 1987), 173-177. 19.       "The Abbatial Succession of Gsang phu ne'u thog Monastery from ca.1073 to 1250,"Berliner Indologische Studien 3 (1987), 103-127. 20.       "Additional Marginalia to Sa skya Paṇḍita's Oeuvre,"Berliner Indologische Studien 3 (1987), 129-137. 21.       "Two Early Sources for the History of the House of Sde dge,"Journal of the Tibet Society 8 (1988), 1-20. 22.       Chinese translation of no. 15 by Xiong Wenbin inGuowai zangxue yanjiu yiwenji, Vol.7, ed. Wang Yao (Lhasa: Xizang renmin chubanshe, 1990), 32-53. 23.       "On the Life and Political Career of Ta'i si tu Byang chub rgyal mtshan (1302-?1364)",Tibetan History and Language. Studies dedicated to Uray Géza on His Seventieth Birthday, ed. E. Steinkellner (Wien, 1991), 277-327. 24.       "Notes Apropos of the Transmission of theSarvadurgatipariśodhanatantra in Tibet,"Studien zur Indologie und Iranistik 16/17 (1992), 109-125. 25.       "Dating the Two Lde'u Chronicles of Buddhism in India and Tibet,"Festschrift J. May; Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques XLVI (1992), 468-491. 26.       Translation of no.21 by Chen Qingying inGuowai zangxue dongtai [Chengdu] 6 (1992), 15-52. 27.       Translation of no. 19 by Xiong Wenbin inGuowai zangxue dongtai [Chengdu] 6 (1992), 120-135. 28.       "Two Courts of the 'Phags pa Era,"Zhongguo Zangxue / China Tibetology (Beijing, 1992), 278-306 (unauthorized publication of an incomplete paper). 29.       "Jayānanda. A Twelfth CenturyGuoshi from Kashmir Among the Tangut,"Central Asiatic Journal 37 (1993), 188-197. 30.       "*Jambhala. An Imperial Envoy to Tibet During the Late Yuan,"Journal of the American Oriental Society 113.4 (1993), 529-538. 31.       "Two Mongol Xylographs (hor par ma) of the Tibetan Text of Sa skya Paṇḍita's Work on Buddhist Logic and Epistemology,"Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 16 (1993), 279-298. 32.       "Fourteenth Century Tibetan Cultural History III: The Oeuvre of Bla ma dam pa Bsod nams rgyal mtshan (1312-1375), Part One,"Berliner Indologische Studien 7 (1993), 109-147. 33.       "Apropos of Some Recently Recovered Manuscripts anent Sa skya Paṇḍita'sTshad ma rigs pa'i gter,"Berliner Indologische Studien 7 (1993), 149-162. 34.       "Fourteenth Century Tibetan Cultural History 1: Ta'i si tu Byang chub rgyal mtshan as a Man of Religion,"Indo-Iranian Journal 37.2 (1994), 139-149. 35.       "Apropos of Some Recently Recovered Texts Belonging to theLam 'bras Teachings of the Sa skya pa and Ko brag pa,"Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 17 (1994), 175-201. 36.       "On Some Early TibetanPramāṇavāda Texts of the China Nationalities Library of the Cultural Palace of Nationalities in Beijing,"Journal of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies 1 (1994), 1-30. 37.       "Fourteenth Century Tibetan Cultural History IV:The Tshad ma'i byung tshul 'chad nyan gyi rgyan: A Tibetan History of Indian BuddhistPramāṇavāda," K. Bruhn Festschrift (Hamburg, 1994), 375-402. 38.       "Fourteenth Century Tibetan Cultural History VI: The Transmission of Indian BuddhistPramāṇavāda According to Early Tibetangsan yig,"Asiatische Studien / Études Asiatiques XLIX (1995), 919-941. 39.       "'Baghsi' and Baghsi-s in Tibetan Historical, Biographical and Lexicographical Texts,"Central Asiatic Journal 39 (1995), 275-302. 40.       "Tibetan Historiography,"Geshe Sopa Felicitation Volume, eds. J. Cabezón and R. Jackson (Ithaca: Snow Lion Press, 1996), 39-56. 41.       "Ornate Poetry and Poetics. TibetanBelles Lettres: The Influence of Dandin and Ksemendra,"Geshe Sopa Felicitation Volume, eds. J. Cabezón and R. Jackson (Ithaca: Snow Lion Press, 1996), 393-410. 42.       "The Tibetan Script and Derivatives,"The World's Writing Systems, eds. P.T. Daniels and W. Bright (New York, Oxford University Press, 1996), 431-441. 43.          “On the Fifteenth Century Lho rong chos 'byung by Rta tshag Tshe dbang rgyal and Its Importance for Tibetan Political and Religious History,”Aspects of Tibetan History,Lungta 14 (2001), 57-76. 44.          "A Treatise on Buddhist Epistemology and Logic Attributed to Klong chen Rab 'byams pa (1308-1364) and Its Place in Indo-Tibetan Intellectual History," Journal of Indian Philosophy 31 (2003), 381-437. 45.          "U rgyan pa Rin chen dpal (1230-1309) Part Two: For Emperor Qubilai?His Garland of Tales about Rivers," The Relationship between Religion and State (chos srid zung 'brel) in Traditional Tibet, ed. Ch. Cüppers (Lumbini, 2004), 299-339. 46.       "The Dalai Lamas and the Origins of Reincarnate Lamas,"The Dalai Lamas: a Visual History, ed. M. Brauen (Chicago: Serindia, 2005), 5-34. 47.       "The Earliest Indian Reference to Muslims in a Buddhist Philosophical Text ofcirca 700,"Journal of Indian Philosophy 34 (2006), 169-202. 48.       "On the Composition and Printings of the Deb gter sngon po by ’Gos lo tsā ba gzhon nu dpal (1392-1481),"Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies 2 (2006), 1-46. 49.       "The Names of ‘Gos Lo tsā ba Gzhon nu dpal (1392-1481),"The Paṇḍita and the Siddha. Tibetan Studies in Honor of E. Gene Smith, ed. R. Prats (Dharamsala: Amnye Machen Institute, 2007), 279-85, 50.       [with Rachel M. McCleary] "The Formation of the Rise of the Tibetan State Religion: The Geluk School 1492-1642," Center for International Development, Kennedy School, Harvard University, Working Paper no. 154. 51.       "On the Authorship and Date of the Ecclesiastic ChronicleChos ‘byung rin po che’i gter mdzod bstan pa gsal bar byed pa’i nyi ‘od,"Tibetstudien. Festschrift fuer Dieter Schuh zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. P. Maurer and P. Schwieger (Bonn: Bierische Verlagsanstalt, 2007), 127-48. 52.       "*Nāgabodhi / Nāgabuddhi: Notes on theGuhyasamāja Literature,"Pramāṇa-kīrtiḥ. Papers Dedicated to Ernst Steinkellner on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday, vol. 2, ed. H. Krasser et al. (Wien: Arbeitskreis für Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien Universitāt Wien, 2007), 1002-22. 53.       "Classification of Non-Authoritative Cognitive Processes (tshad min) in the Ngog and Sakya Traditions," Buddhist Philosophy: Essential Readings, ed. W. Edelglass and J. Garfield (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009), 218-23. 54.       "Some remarks on the Meaning and Use of the Tibetan Wordbam po," Zangxuexuekan 藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 5 (2009), 114-132. 55.       Chinese translation of no. 55,Zangxue xuekan藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 5 (2009), 133-149. 56.      "On the Vicissitudes of Subhūticandra'sKāmadhenu Commentary on theAmarakoṣa in Tibet,"Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies 5 (2009), 1-105.
57.       "The Market Approach to the Rise of the Geluk School, 1419–1642," [with R.M. McCleary]Journal of Asian Studies 69 (2010), 149-80.
58.       "Za hor and Its Contribution to Tibetan Medicine, Part One: Some Names, Places, and Texts,"Zangxue xuekan藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 6 (2010), 21-50.
59.       "The Tibetan Expression 'bod wooden door' (bod shing sgo) and its probable Mongol Antecedent,"Xiyu lishi yuyan yanjiu jikan 西域歷史語言研究集刊/ Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions [Wang Yao Festschrift ed. Shen Weirong] 3 (2010), 89-134.
60.       "Faulty Transmissions: Some Notes on Tibetan textual Criticism and the Impact of Xylography,"Edition, éditions. l'écrit au Tibet, évolution et devenir, ed. A. Chayet et al. (München: Indus Verlag, 2010), 441-463.
61.       "A Hitherto Unknown Tibetan Religious Chronicle from probably the Early 14th Century,"Zangxue xuekan藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 7 (2011), 69-91. 62.       "On the Edge of Myth and History: Za hor, its Place in the History of Early Indian Buddhist Tantra, and Dalai Lama V and the Genealogy of its Royal Family,"Studies on Buddhist Myths: Texts, Pictures, Traditions, and History, ed. Wang Bangwei, Chen Jinhua, Chen Ming (Shanghai: Zhongxi shuju, 2013), 114-164. 63.      "Some Remarks on the Textual Transmission and Text of Bu ston Rin chen grub'sChos 'byung, a Chronicle of Buddhism in India and Tibet,"Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, no. 25 (2013), 115-193. 64.       "Notes on Jñānamitra’s Commentary on theAbhidharmasamuccaya,"The Foundation of Yoga Practitioners. The Buddhist Yogācārabhūmi Treatise and Its Adaptation in India, East Asia, and Tibet, ed. U.T. Kragh (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2013), 1388-1429. 65.       "Further Notes on theBodhicittavivaraṇa and Some Comments on Its Verses 4-5: Apropos of a Non-Buddhist Ontological Commitment,"Xiyu lishi yuyan yanjiu jikan西域歷史語言研究集刊/Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions[K. Sagaster Festschrift ed. Shen Weirong] 6 (2013), 431-450. 66.       "Gu ge Paṇ chen Grags pa rgyal mtshan dpal bzang po (1415-86) on theNyi ma'i rabs (*Sūryavaṃśa) and the Tibetan Royal Families," Nepalica et Tibetica. Festgabe für Christoph Cüppers, Band 1, ed. F.-K. Ehrhard and P. Maurer (Andiast: International Institute for Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, 2013),  325-335. 67.       "A Note on Manorathanandin'sPramāṇavārttikavṛtti in Tibet,"Wading into the Stream of Wisdom. Essays in Honor of Leslie S. Kawamura, ed. S.F. Haynes  and M.J. Sorensen (Berkeley: Institute of Buddhist Studies and BDK America, Inc., 2013), 161-192. 68.       "Some Text-Historical Issues with theBodhicittavivaraṇa bya Nāgārjuna and the Tibetan Commentarial Literature,"Himalayan Passages. Tibetan and Newar Studies in Honor of Hubert Decleer, ed. B. Bogin and A. Quintman (Boston: Wisdom Publications, 2014), 117-141. 69.       "The *Madhyamakālokabhāṣyatattvapradīpa: An Indic Commentary on Kamala-śīla'sMadhyamakāloka (Dbu ma snang ba),"China Tibetology Journal 1 (2014), 1-3. 70.       "Studies in Btsun pa Ston gzhon’sPramāṇavārttika Commentary of ?1297, Part One: Bibliographical and Biographical Preliminaries,"Revue d'Etudes Tibétaines no. 30 (2014), 111-198. 71.       "Further Notes on Bhāviveka and His Oeuvre" [with He Huanhuan],Indo-Iranian Journal 57 (2014), 299-352. 72.       "A Note on thehor par ma-Mongolian Xylograph of the Tibetan Translation of Dharmakīrti'sPramāṇavārttika (Tshad ma rnam 'grel),"Zangxue xuekan/Jour-nal of Tibetology   (2014), 235-240. 73.       "May the 'Original'Lam rim chen mo Please Stand up: A Note on its Indigenous Textual Criticism,"The Illuminating Mirror: Tibetan Studies in Honour of Per K. Sørensen on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday, ed. O. Czaja and G. Hazod (Wiesbaden:  Dr. Ludwig Reichelt Verlag, 2015), 253-68. 74.       "Tibetan Buddhism Meets Protestant Christianity: A Memorandum of Conversations of Mā yang Paṇḍita with Cecil H. Polhill near Xining, Qinghai, on January 13-15, 1890,"Xiyu lishi yuyan yanjiu jikan西域歷史語言研究集刊/Historical and Philological Studies of China's Western Regions, no. 8, ed. Shen Weirong (Beijing: Science Press, 2015), 443-492. 75.       "Za hor and Its Contribution to Tibetan Medicine, Part Two: Sources of the Tibetan Medical Tradition,"Zangxue xuekan藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 12 (2015), 63-108 [published in 2016]. 76.       "A Fifteenth Century Biography of Lha bla ma ye shes 'od (947-1019/1024): Its Prolegomenon and Prophecies,"Tibet in Dialogue with its Neighbours: History, Culture and Art of Central and Western Tibet, 8th-15th Century, ed. E. Forte et al., Wiener Studien zur Tibetologie und Buddhismuskunde, Heft 88 (Wien: Arbeitskreis fūr Tibetische und Buddhistische Studien/China Tibetology Research Center, 2015), 341-375. 77.       "Once again on the *Hetucakraḍamaru: Rotating the Wheels," [with He Huanhuan]Journal of Indian Philosophy 44 (2016), 267-302. 78.      "The Lives of Bu ston Rin chen grub and the Date and Sources of HisChos 'byung, a Chronicle of Buddhism in India and Tibet,"Revue d’Etudes Tibétaines, no. 35 (2016), 203-308. 79.       "FromChongzhen lishu 崇禎曆書toTengri-yin udq-a andRgya rtsis chen mo," inTibetan Printing: Comparison, Continuities and Change, ed. H. Diemberger et al. (Leiden: Brill, 2016), 51-71. 80.       "On the Life and Oeuvre of the Jo nang pa Scholar Zhang ston Rgya bo Bsod nams grags pa (1292-1370),"Journal of Tibetan and Himalayan Studies 1 (2016), 17-31. 81.       "Reconsidering the Dates of Dol po pa Shes rab rgyal mtshan's (1292-1361)Ri chos nges don rgya mtsho and theBka' bsdu bzhi pa'i don,"Zangxue xuekan藏学学刊/Journal of Tibetology 14 (2016), pp. 115-159.    Encyclopedia Articles 1.         "Tibetische Literatur,"Neues Handbuch der Literaturwissenschaften. Süd- und Zentralasiatische Literaturen, Bd.24, Herausgeber, G. Ehelers (Wiebelsheim: Aula-Verlag,  Wiesbaden, 2002), 115-131. 2.         "Tibetan Law,"Encyclopedia of Legal History, ed. S.N. Katz (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009). Introduction to Facsimile Edition 1.        Introduction,An Ancient Commentary on Dharmakirti's Pramāṇaviniścaya, Otani University Collection No.13971, Otani University Tibetan Works Series, vol. II (Kyoto, 1989), 1-31. Review Articles 1.         "Miscellanea to a Recent Contribution to / on the Bsam yas Debate,"Kailash IX (1984), 149-184. 2.         "Miscellanea Apropos of the Philosophy of Mind in Tibet: Mind in Tibetan Buddhism,"The Tibet Journal 10 (1985), 32-43. 3.         "Apropos of a Recent Contribution to the History of Central Way Philosophy in Tibet: Tsong kha pa's Speech of Gold,"Berliner Indologische Studien 1 (1985), 47-74. 4.         "A Recent Contribution on the History of the Tibetan Empire,"Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (1991), 94-107. 5.         "On theLives of Śākyaśrībhadra (?-?1225),"Journal of the American Oriental Society 114 (1994), 599-616. 6.         "The Yoke is on the Reader: A Recent Attempt at Studying Tibetan Jurisprudence,"Central Asiatic Journal 43 (1991), 266-92. 7.         "Remarks on the 'Person of Authority' in the Dga' ldan pa  / Dge lugs pa School of Tibetan Buddhism,"Journal of the American Oriental Society 119 (1999), 646-72. Reviews 1.        The Practice and Theory of Tibetan Buddhism. By Geshe Lhundup Sopa and J. Hopkins.Philosophy East and West XXVII (1977), 462-466. 2.        Verse-Index of Dharmakīrti's Works (Tibetan Version). By E. Steinkellner.Philosphy East and West XXIX (1979), 106-107. 3.        Contributto allo Studio Biografico dei Primi Gter-Ston.By R. Prats.Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 6 (1983), 151-154. 4.        Dag yig ngag sgron gyi rtsa 'grel. By Dpal khang Lo tsā ba and Bstan 'dzin rgyal mtshan.Indo-Iranian Journal 23 (1985), 213-217. 5.        Snyan ngag me long gi spyi don sdeb legs rig pa'i 'char sgo. By Tshe tan Zhabs drung.Indo-Iranian Journal 23 (1985), 212-213. 6.        Mi dbang rtogs brjod. Ed. Zhuang Jin.Journal of the American Oriental Society 105 (1985), 321-322. 7.        Tibet Bon Religion. By P. Kvaerne.Acta Orientalia 47 (1986), 202-208. 8.        Dge ldan legs bshad. By Paṇ chen Bsod nams grags pa.Journal of the American Oriental Society 106 (1986), 617-621. 9.        A Catalogue of the Stog Palaca Kanjur.By T. Skorupski.Acta Orientalia 48 (1989), 153-156. 10.      A Study of Svātantrika. By D. Lopez.Bulletin of the School for Oriental and African Studies 52 (1989), 159-160. 11.      The Entrance Gate for the Wise (Section III) - Sa skya Paṇḍita on Indian and Tibetan Traditions of Pramāṇa and Philosophical Debate, 2 Vols. By D. Jackson.Indo-Iranian Journal 33 (1990), 214-221. 12.      Nepalese Manuscripts, part 1. Nevari and Sanskrit. By S. Lienhard.Journal of the American Oriental Society 110 (1990), 540-541. 13.      Jñānagarbha's Commentary on the Distinction Between the Two Truths: An Eighth Century Handbook of Madhyamaka Philosophy. By M. Eckel.Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (1991), 402-405. 14.      Rong ston on the Prajñāpāramitā Philosophy of the Abhisamayālaṃkāra. His Subcommmentary on Haribhadra's "Sphuṭārtha": A Facsimile Reproduction of the Earliest Known Blockprint, from an Exemplar Preserved in The Tibet House, New Delhi. Ed. D.P. Jackson.Journal of the American Oriental Society 111 (1991), 584-588. 15.      A History of Modern Tibet, 1913-1951: The Demise of the Lamaist State. By M. Goldstein.Indo-Iranian Journal 36 (1993), 269-272. 16.      The Pradumna-Prabhāvati Legend in Nepal andJagatprakaśamallas Maladevasasidevavyakhyananujaka. By H. Brinkhaus.Journal of the American Oriental Society 112 (1992), 668-670. 17.      Udanavarga, Vol.3, Tibetischer Text. By Champa Thupten Zongtse.Journal of the American Oriental Society 114 (1994), 124-126. 18.      Tshad ma sde bdun rgyan gyi me tog. By Bcom ldan rigs pa'i ral gri.Journal of the American Oriental Society 114 (1994), 304-306. 19.      Xizang Wenwu Jingcai / Bod kyi rig dngos snying btus.Journal of the American Oriental Society 114 (1994), 306-308. 20.      Studies in the Buddhist Epistemological Tradition. Ed. E. Steinkellner.Bulletin of the School of African and Oriental Studies 57 (1994), 604-606. 21.      Tibetan Buddhism. Reason and Revelation. Eds. S.D. Goodman and R.M. Davidson.Bulletin of the School of African and Oriental Studies 58 (1995), 592-593. 22.      Recognizing Reality. Dharmakīrti's Philosophy and Its Tibetan Interpretations. By G.B.J. Dreyfus.Journal of Asian Studies 56 (1997), 1083-1086. 23.      Chinesischer und Tibetischer Buddhismus im China der Yüanzeit. By H. Franke.Journal of Asian Studies 57 (1998), 255-258. 24.      Buddhism and Language. A Study of Indo-Tibetan Scholasticism. By J.I. Cabezón.Journal of the American Oriental Society 118 (1998), 563-567.  25.      «Zhongguanxin lun»jiqi guzhu«Sizeyan»yanjiu[A Study of Madhyamaka-hṛdayakārikā and Tarkajvālā], 2 vols. By He Huanhuan.Indo-Iranian Journal 57 (2014), 271-276. 26.      Śabdālaṃkāradoṣavibhāga.Die Unterscheidung der Lautfiguren und der Fehler, 2 Vols. By D. Dimitrov.Indo-Iranian Journal58 (2015), 171-174.

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