Buddhism and Process Thought

Abe, Masao. “Buddhism and Christianity as Problem of Today – Part 1”  (Unpubl.) [abstract]

_____. “Buddhism and Christianity as a Problem of Today, Part II.”  Japanese Religions 3, no.3 (Autumn, 1963): 8-31. [Creativity--Buddhism--Christianity--Interreligious Dialogue]  [N.C.] [abstract]

_____. Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue, ed. Steven Heine. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1995. 245 pages. [Read a review of this book by John B. Cobb, Jr.]

_____. “Buddhist Nirvana: Its Significance in Contemporary Thought and Life.” The Ecumenical Review 25, no.2 (April 1973): 158-68.

_____. “A Buddhist View of Human Rights.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Christianity and Buddhism: Centering Around Science and Nihilism” Japanese Religions 5, no.3 (July 1968): 36-62.

_____. “Creation and Dependent Origination: A Comparative Study of Christianity and Buddhism.”  Buddhism, Christianity, Creation, Dependent Origination [abstract]

_____. “Epilogue.”  In Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, ed. Paul Ingram and Frederick J. Feng (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986), 231-36.

_____. “Faith and Self-Awakening: A Search for Fundamental Category Covering All Religious Life” (unpubl.) [Conf. Paper “Towards a Philosophy of Religious Diversity” January 1981].

_____. "Free Will In Buddhism." Mini-conference on Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Dialogue, May 28, 1986. [abstract]

_____. “God, Emptiness and Ethics.”  In Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue. Part 1, ed. Steven Heine. (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1995). [also in Buddhist-Christian Studies (1983): 53-60.]

_____. “‘Life and Death’ and ‘Good and Evil’ in Zen.” Criterion 9, no. 1 (Autumn 1969): 7-11.

_____. “Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead.”  In Zen and Western Thought (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1985), 152-70.

_____. “Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead: A View by a Lay Student of Whitehead's Philosophy.”  Philosophy East and West 25 (October 1975): 415-28. [abstract]

_____. “Nishida and Whitehead.”  [two audio cassettes]

_____. “Nishida's Philosophy of Place.”  (unpubl.) [Conf. Paper “Whitehead and Nishida” March 1983]

_____. “Philosophy, Religion, and Aesthetics in Nishida and Whitehead.”  The Eastern Buddhist [New Series] 20, no.2 (Autumn 1987): 53-62.

_____. “Response to John Cobb.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 8 (1988): 65-82.

_____. “Review, John Cobb, Beyond Dialogue.”  The Eastern Buddhist [New Series] 18, no.1 (Spring 1985): 131-137.

_____. “Sovereignty Rests with Manhood.”  (Unpubl.) [abstract]

_____. “Substance, Process, and Emptiness.”  Japanese Religions 11, nos.2-3 (September, 1980): 3-34. [also Conf. Paper “Heidegger, Buddhism, and Whitehead” October 1978]

_____. “‘There Is No Common Denominator for World Religions’: The Positive Meaning of this Negative Statement.” In Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue. Part 1, ed. Steven Heine. (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1995): 40-51. [also in Journal of Ecumenical Studies 26, no. 1 (Winter 1989): 72-81.]

Akizuki, Ryomin. “A Zennist’s Vision of the Time for Damma.” (unpubl.)

Altizer, Thomas. “The Buddhist Ground of the Whiteheadian God.”  Process Studies 5, no.4 (Winter 1975): 227-236.

Alvarez, Daniel R. "Rupp in Perspective: An Examination of Two Topics in Beyond Existentialism and Zen." Philosophy East & West 55, no. 2 (April 2005): 153-178. [abstract]

Ames, Roger T. "Taoism and the Nature of Nature." Environmental  Ethics 8, no. 4 (Winter 1986): 317-50. [abastract

Amodio, Barbara Ann. "Aesthetic Evolution: Value Meaning and the Drama of the Interplay of Opposites with Special Reference to Process Philosophy, Ramanuja and the Tao-Te Ching." Third International Symposium of Field Being, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT: August 12-17, 1999. 

AppleWhite, Harry. “Because of Cliff: A Mini Profile of John Cobb.” Earth Letter.

Aramaki, Noritoshi. "A Critique of Whitehead in Light of the Buddhist Distinction of the Two-Truth Doctrine." Process Studies 36, no. 2 (Fall-Winter 2007): 294-305. [abstract

Arguelles, Lourdes. “How Do We Live, Learn and Die?  A Teacher and Some of Her Students Meditate and Walk on an Engaged Buddhist Path.”  (unpubl.) 2001.

Arnold, Daniel. “Can Hartshorne Escape Dharmakirti? Some Reflections with Implications for the Comparative Philosophy of Religion.”  American Journal of Theology and Philosophy  19, no.1 (January 1998): 3-33.

_____. “Much Ado About Nothing: Thoughts on Neville's Ontological Questions and Comparative Philosophy.”  Process Studies 26, nos.3-4 (Fall-Winter 1997): 218-38. [abstract]

_____.  "Review: Jay L. Garfield. The Fundamental Wisdom of the Middle Way: Naagaarjuna's Muulamadhyamakakaarikaa." Philosophy East and West 49, no. 1 (January 1999): 88-92. 

Beardslee, William A. “Parable, Proverb, and Koan.” Semeia 12, (1978): 151-77. [Biblical Studies, Buddhism]

_____. “What Process Thought Means to Me?”, 3 November, 1989 [Conference Paper].

_____. “Response to James Fredericks.” (unpubl.) [On Aquinas and Nagarjuna]

Beliak, Ben. "A Brief and Respectful Act of "First" Hearing Dr. Abe's Paper." Mini-conference on Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Dialogue, May 28, 1986.

_____. "A Tribute to What?" The Student Life. Friday, April 18, 1986.

Berthrong, John. “Trends in Contemporary Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.” Ecumenical Trends 14, no.9 (October 1985): 135-37.

_____.  “The Trouble with Time.” Process Studies 23, no.2 (Summer 1994): 134-48.

Bishop, B.N. “Comments of Mosa-Dharma and Prehensions.” November, 1974 [Conference Paper].

Blumenthal, David. “Interreligious Permeability: Response to John Cobb's Incommensurability . . . “  Buddhist-Christian Ethics 16 (1996): 45-48. [abstract]

Bracken, Joseph A. “Dependent Co-Origination, the Trinity, and the God-World Relationship.” [PM 5:3]

_____. The Divine Matrix: Creativity as Link Between East and West. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1995. [abstract]

_____. "Absolute Nothingness and The Divine Matrix." The International Journal for Field-Being 1, no. 1 (2001).

_____. “Response to Dr. Ueda.” (unpubl.)

_____. Review of The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Conversation, by Jr. John B. Cobb. In Theological Studies.

Breton, Jean Claude. Review: John B. Cobb, Buddhisme et Christianisme. Au-dela du dialogue?  Laval Theologique et Philosophique 46, no.1 (Fevrier 1990): 120.

Bretz, John J. “The ‘Emptying’ Trinity: An Alternative Process Relational Trinitarian Theology.” Brisbane College of Theology, Brisbane, Australia, 1999. [abstract

Brock, Rita Nakashima. “The Emptiness of Power and the Power of Emptiness: Feminism and Buddhism on the Ontology of Power.” (unpubl.)

Brown, Jason. “Reflections on Immortality.” (unpubl.)

Buri, Fritz. “The Buddha-Christ as the Lord of the True Self.” (unpubl.)

_____. “The True Self in the Buddhist Philosophy of the Kyoto School.”  (unpubl.)

Cabezón, José Ignacio, "Three Buddhist Views of the Doctrines of Creation and Creator."  In Buddhism, Christianity and the Questions of Creation: Karmic or Divine?. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel (Hants, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006),33-45.

Carvallo, Marc E. “A Brief Prolegomenon to the Principle of Metaphoricity.” In Article in Book to Nature, Cognition, and  System, ed. E Carvallo, 325-75. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers: Dordrecht, 1992.

Chappel, David W. “God As Dahrmaya: A Buddhist Vision”, 1981 [Unpublished Paper].

Chapple, Christopher Key. "Religious Experience as a Foundation for Dialogue."[Conference paper presented at The 7th International Whitehead Conference], Bangalore, India, Jan. 5-9. 2009. 

Cheng, Chung-Ying. “Preface: The Lotus Sutra and Chinese Philosophy.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 353.

_____. “’Unity of Three Truths’ and Three Forms of Creativity: Lotus Sutra and Process Philosophy.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 449-456. 

Ching, Julia. The Religious Thought of Chu Hsi.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. [abstract

Clark, Kevin. “An Examination of Causality in Nagarjuna, Abe, and Whitehead.” (unpubl.) [abstract]

Cobb, John B., Jr. “Amida Buddha and Christ.” In Beyond Comparison: Religious Pluralism and Religious Truth. Ed. Ryusei Takeda (Kyoto: Ryukoku University, 1997), 75-84.

_____. “Authentic Existence in Christian Whiteheadian Perspective.”  (unpubl.)

_____. “Being Open to the Wisdom of Others (Sermon).”  Dharma World 30 (Jan./Feb., 2003): 6-10.

_____. Beyond Dialogue: Toward a Mutual Transformation of Christianity and Buddhism. Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1982. Also translated into French, titled Bouddhisme Christianisme Au-delà du dialogue? translated by Marc Deshays. Genève: Labor et Fides, 1988. [abstract]

_____. “Buddhism and Christianity as Complementary.”  The Eastern Buddhist (Autumn, 1980): 16-25.

_____. “Buddhism, Whitehead, and the Feminist-Ecological Religion.” [PM 10:1]

_____. “Buddhist Emptiness and the Christian God”, April, 1976 [Conference Paper].

_____. “The Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.”  Ecumenical Trends 16, no.2 (February, 1987): 1, 18-19.

_____. “The Buddhist-Christian Dialogue Since 1946: The Christian Side.”  In Religious Issues and Interreligious Dialogues, eds. Charles W. Fu and Gerhard E. Spiegler (New York: Greenwood Press, 1989), 57—611. [Bibliography compiled by Sandra MacNevin and Jean Cobb, 590-611]

_____. “Buddhist Emptiness and the Christian God.”  Journal of the American Academy of Religion (March, 1977): 11-26. [Abstract]

_____. “The Buddhist Witness to God.”  In Is God God?, eds. Axel D. Steuer and James W. McClendon, Jr. (Nashville: Abingdon, 1981), 265-86.

_____. “Can a Christian Be a Buddhist, Too?”  Japanese Religions (December, 1978): 1-20.

_____. “Can a Buddhist Be a Christian, Too?”  Japanese Religions (September, 1980): 35-55. also in Dharma and Gospel. ed. G.W. Houston. Delhi: India, 1984. 1-20.

_____. “A Christian Epilogue.” In The Sound of Liberating Truth: Buddhist-Christian Dialogues in Honor of Frederick J. Streng, eds. Sallie B. King and Paul O. Ingram (Surry, UK: Curzon Press, 1999), 265-71.

_____. “A Christian Response.” Buddhist-Christian Studies 18 (1998): 105-9.

_____. “Christian Responsibility and Buddhist Wisdom.” Seeds of Peace 15, no.3 (September-December, 1999): 34-40.

_____. “The Christian Witness to Buddhists.” In Beyond Comparison: Religious Pluralism and Religious Truth. Ed. Ryusei Takeda (Kyoto: Ryukoku University, 1997), 87-105.

_____. "Christianity and Buddhism: Are Their Differences Irreconcilable?"  (unpublished).

_____. “Christianity and Buddhism. Is It Impossible to Reconcile the Differences Between the Two Religions?”  Shisou no Hiroba, no. 7. (1996): 41-62. (in Japanese)

_____. “Christianity and Eastern Wisdom.”  Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 5 (December, 1978): 285-98.

_____. “Christianity and Orientalism.”  Crescent [Japan] 3 (December, 1978): 47-50.

_____.“Comment on John Hick”.  In Concepts of the Ultimate, ed.  Linda J. Tessier (London: Macmillan, 1989), 165-66.

_____. “The Complementarity of Buddhism and Christianity.”  (Unpublished.)

_____."Concluding Response."  [Cobb’s Response to Tachikawa’s, Hirota’s, and Yokota’s views about the Pure Land Tradition.].

_____. “Contacts with Buddhism: A Christian Confession.”  In Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians, and the Way of the Buddha (Somerville, MA: Wisdom Publications, 2003): 115-128.

_____. “Death and Dying: A Christian Perspective in the Context of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.” Seeds of Peace 4, no.2 (May, 1988): 12-17.

_____. “The Ego.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 4 (1984): 73-83.

_____. “Experience and Language.” (unpubl.)

_____. "Experience and Language." Chromatikon II (2006): 137-149.

_____. “Faith.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 14 (1994): 35-41.

_____. “God and Buddhism.”  In Talking About God, David Tracy and John B. Cobb, Jr. New York: Seabury Press, 1983, pp. 57-74.

_____. “Incommensurability: Can Comparative Religious Ethics Help?”  Buddhist-Christian Ethics 16 (1996): 39-45. [abstract]

_____. "Introduction to Special Focus Section: Buddhist Responses to Whitehead." Process Studies 36, no. 2 (Fall-Winter, 2007): 291-93. [abstract

_____. “Is Religious Truth Many or One?” In Beyond Comparison: Religious Pluralism and Religious Truth, ed. Ryusei Takeda. (Kyoto: Ryukoku University, 1997), 39-54.

_____. “Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead: A View by a Lay Student of Whitehead's Philosophy.”  Philosophy East and West 25 (October,  1975): 415-28.

_____. “Process Theology Lends Clarity to the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue: A Conversation.”  Ten Directions (January, 1981): 9-11, 13.

_____. “Process Thought and Buddhism.”  Process Studies 23, no.2 (Summer, 1994): 69-71.

_____. “A Response to Donald Gray.” 31 (9 June-12, 1976): 41-4.

_____. "A Response to Masao Abe." Mini-conference on Buddhist-Jewish-Christian Dialogue, May 28, 1986.

_____. “Response to Morita.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Response [to Takeda].”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 14 (1994): 53-55.

_____. “Response to Ueda” (unpubl.) [On experience and language in the thinking of Kitaro Nishida]

_____. “Response to Wiebe.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 6 (1986): 151-55.

_____. “Response to Yagi.”  (unpubl.)

_____. “Responses to Rita Gross.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 7 (1987): 105-16.

_____. “Review: Christopher Ives, Divine Emptiness and Historical Fullness: A Buddhist Jewish Christian Conversation with Masao Abe.” ed. In Journal of the American Academy of Religion (Summer, 1998): 436-39.

_____. Review: John Kennan, The Meaning of Christ: A Mahayana Theology. The International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 16, no.2 (April, 1992): 91-92.

_____. “Review: Masao Abe, Buddhism and Interfaith Dialogue, ed. Steven Heine. Hawaii: University of Hawaii Press, 1995. 245 pages. [Read the review]

 _____. “Review: Masao Abe, Process Theology, and the Buddhist-Christian-Jewish Dialogue.” In Masao Abe: A Zen Life of Dialogue, ed. Donald W. Mitchell, 65-74. Boston: Charles E. Tuttle Co., 1998.

_____. "Science and the Metaphysics of Buddhism." In Humanity and Religions in an Age of Science. (Kyoto, Japan: Hozokan, 2010), 27-40. [abstract]"

_____. “Ultimate Reality: A Christian View.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 8 (1988): 51-64.

_____. “Whitehead et le Bouddhisme.” In Penser le Dieu Vivant, eds. Marc Boss and Raphael Picon (Paris: Van Dieren, 2003): 163-72.

_____, Masao Abe, and Bruce Long. “Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Past, Present and Future.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies (1981): 13-29.

_____, and Christopher Ives, eds. The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish- Christian Conversation. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1990. [abstract]

_____, and Ryusei Takeda. “Mosha-Dharma and Prehensions: A Comparison of Nagarjuna and Whitehead.”  Process Studies 4 (Spring, 1974): 26-36.

Cook, Francis. “The Authentic Self in Whitehead and Nishida.”  [PM 9:4]

_____. “Causation in the Chinese Hua-yen Tradition: Its Structure and Some Implications.” (unpubl.)

_____. “The Dialogue Between Hua-Yen and Process Thought.”  The Eastern  Buddhist 17, no.2 (Autumn, 1984): 12-29.

_____. “The Jewel Net of Indra.”  J. B. Callicott and R. T. Ames, eds. Nature in Asian Traditions of Thought (State University of New York Press, 1989), 213-229, 321-323.

_____. “Just This: Buddhist Ultimate Reality”, 2 October 1986 [Conference paper: Mini-Conference on Buddhist-Christian Dialogue].

_____. “The Part and the Whole”, n.d. [Unpublished].

Cook, Rob.  "Nothing Is Real." Religion East & West 6 (October 2006): 1-20. [abstract]

Cornille, Catherine. Review of The Emptying God: A Buddhist-Jewish Christian Conversation, by John Cobb. In Louvain Studies.

_____. Review of The Empting God, by John Cobb: 181-3.

Coward, Harold. Review: The Emptying God, eds., Christopher Ives, Journal of Church and State 34, no.1 (Winter, 1992): 152-53.

Dart, John. “Buddhist Selflessness Called Christian Goal: Philosopher  Hartshorne Cites Promise of Living for Future Greater Self.”  Los Angeles Times (August 5, 1972): A 23.

_____. “Buddhist-Christian Dialogue--CST.”  Los Angeles Times, 8 November, 1986, 2, 5.

Dilworth, David. “Buchler’s Critique of Whitehead.” (unpubl.)  [Buchler, Critique, SSPP]

_____. “Nishida Kitaro: Nothingness as the Negative Space of  Experiential Immediacy.”  International Philosophical Quarterly 13:4  (1973): 463-483.

_____. “Philosophy, Religion, and Aesthetics in Nishida and Whitehead.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Relativity and Correlativity: Some Metaphysical Issues in Comparing Bradley, Whitehead, and Mahayana Buddhism.” [PM 1:1]

_____. “Whitehead’s Process Realism, the Abhidharma Dharma Theory, and Mahayana Critique.”  (unpubl.)

Doi, Masatoshi. “The Theology of Interfaith Diologue”, October, 1978 [Conference Paper].

Edelglass, William. Review of Emptiness Appraised: A Critical Study of Nagarjuna's Philosophy by David F. Burton Philosohpy East and West 53, no. 4 (October 2003): 602-605. [abstract

Fang, Thome H. "The World and the Individual in Chinese Metaphysics." Philosophy East and West 14, no. 2 (July, 1964): 101-130.

Fernando, Antony. “Dialogue with Buddhism.” The Outlook 15, no. 4 (Winter, 1976): 113-21.

_____. “Dialogue With Buddhism: Liberation As the Principal Point of Contact.” The Outlook 15, no. 4 (Winter, 1976): 113-21, 128.

Flint, T. “Causality in Yogacara Buddhism: A Whiteheadian Perspective.”  M.A. Thesis. [???]

Ford, Lewis S. Review of "Deep Religious Pluralism." ed by Griffin, David Ray. Encounter 67, no. 3 (2006) 335-37.

            . “Whitehead’s Appropriation of the Teachings of the Buddha.” Religion In Life 45, no.2 (Summer 1976): 184-90. [Abstract]

Franck, Frederick. The Buddha Eye: An Anthology of the Kyoto School. New York: Crossroad Publishing, 1982. [abstract]

Fredericks, James. “Cosmology and Metanoia: A Buddhist Path to Process Thought for the West.”  The Eastern Buddhist 22:1 (Spring 1989): 111-27.

_____. “The Meaning of Self-Transcendence in Nagarjuna and Aquinas: A Meeting Place for Inter-Religious Dialogue?”  (unpubl.)

Frisina, Warren G. “Knowledge, Action, and the ‘One Buddha-Vehicle’: A Comparative Approach.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 429-448.

Garfield, Jay L. and Graham Priest. “Nagarjuna and the Limits of Thought.”  Philosohpy East and West 53, no. 1 (January 2003): 1-21. [abstract

_____. "Nagarjuna's Theory of Causality: Implications Sacred and Profane." Philosophy East and West 51, no. 4 (October 2001):507-524.

Gennuso, Mary. “Response to Ueda and Cobb.” (unpubl.)

Gier, Nicholas F. Spiritual Titanism: Indian, Chinese, and Western Perspectives. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000. [abstract]

_____. The Virtue of Non-Violence: From Gautama to Gandhi. SUNY Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought, ed. David Ray Griffin. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 2004. [abstract]

_____and Johnson Petta. “Hebrew and Buddhist Selves: A Constructive Postmodern Study.” Asian Philosophy 17, no. 1 (March 2007): 47-64. [abstract

Graham, Paul. “Cobb on Whitehead, Christology, Relativism, and Buddhism”, n.d.

Grange, Joseph. “The Lotus Sutra and Whitehead’s Last Writings.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 385-398.

_____. "The Generosity of the Good." The Review of Metaphysics: A Philosophical Quaterly 62: 1 (September 2008): 111-121. [Becoming, Buddhism, Metaphysics]

Griffin, David R. “Buddhist Thought and Whitehead’s Philosophy.” International Philosophical Quarterly 14:3 (September 1974): 261-284. [abstract]

_____. “Review: Joanna Macy, Mutual Causality in Buddhism and General Systems Theory: The Dharma of Natural Systems.”  Process Studies 20, no. 4 (Winter 1991): 244-48.

Gross, Rita M. “Incommensurability: Between Traditions or between Psychological Styles?: Response to John Cobb's Incommensurability . . . “  Buddhist-Christian Ethics 16 (1996): 48-51. [abstract]

_____. “This Is It: Nothing Happens Next.” In Beyond Comparison: Religious Pluralism and Religious Truth. Ed. Ryusei Takeda (Kyoto: Ryukoku University, 1997), 143-68.

Gu, Linyu, "Dipolarity in Chan Buddhism and the Whiteheadian God." Journal of Chinese Philosophy 32, no. 2 (June 2005): 211-222.

Gu, Linyu. “Rethinking the Whiteheadian God and Chan/Zen Buddhism in the Tradition of the Yi Jing.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 29, no.1 (March 2002): 81-92.

Hall, David. “The Meeting of the Twain”, April 1976 [Conference Paper].

Hartshorne, Charles. “A Buddhist-Christian Philosophy of Religion”, November 1974 [Conference Paper].

_____. “Buddhism and the Theistic Question.” In Buddhism and the Emerging World Civilization: Essays in Honor of Nolan Pliny Jacobson. eds. Ramakrishna Puligandla and David Lee Miller (Carbondale, Il: Southern Illinois University Press, 1994), 62-72.

_____. “The Buddhist-Whiteheadian View of the Self and the Religious Traditions.”  In Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress for the History of Religions (Tokyo and Kyoto, 1958. Tokyo: Maruzen, 1960), 298-302.

_____. “The Convergence of Western and Eastern Thought.”  Process and Reality East and West Conference Papers, 1984.

_____. “'Emptiness' and Fullness In Asiatic and Western Thought.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 6 (1979): 411-20.

_____. “Theism in Asian and Western Thought.” Philosophy East and West 28, no. 4 (October 1978): 401-11.

_____. “Toward a Buddhisto-Christian Religion.”  In Buddhism and American Thinkers, ed. Kenneth K. Inada and Nolan P. Jacobson (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984), 1-13.

_____. “Whitehead’s Difference from Buddhism.”  Philosophy East and West 25, no.4 (October 1975): 408-13.

Hasker, William. “The End of Human Life: Buddhist, Process, and Open Theist Perspectives.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 32, no. 2 (June 2005): 183-95.

Hay, Eldon. “Two Gods: Better than One, or Three?” (unpubl.)

Heisig, James W. “The Manila Conference of Christian Organizations for Interreligious Encounter in Eastern Asia.” Bulletin of the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture 6 (August 1982): 14-26.

Hirota, Dennis. Ed. Toward a Contemporary Understanding of Pure Land Buddhism: Creating a Shin Buddhist Theology in a Religiously Plural World. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2000. [abstract]

Houston, G. W., ed. The Cross and the Lotus: Christianity and Buddhism in Dialogue. Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1985. [abstract]

_____, ed. Dharma and Gospel. India: Sri Satguru Publications, 1984. [abstract]

Howell, Nancy Rose. “Dialogue and the Transformation of Christianity and Buddhism: An Analysis of John B. Cobb.”  Church Divinity (1984): 131-54.

_____. Review: Aloysius Pieris, An Asian Theology of Liberation. Buddhist Christian Studies 12 (1992): 276-87.

Inada, Kenneth K. and Nolan P. Jacobson. Buddhism and American Thinkers. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984. 

Inada, Kenneth K. “The Metaphysics of Buddhist Experience and the Whiteheadian Encounter.”  Philosophy East and West 25 (1975): 465-88. [abstract]  

_____. “Problematics of the Buddhist Nature of Self.”  Philosophy East and West 29 (April 1979): 141-58. [abstract]

_____. “Review: Steve Odin, The Social Self in Zen and American Pragmatism.”  (Albany: State University of New York, 1996): 712-720.

_____. "A Theory of Oriental Aesthetics: A Prolegomenon." Philosophy East and West 47, no. 2 (April 1997): 117 131. [Aesthetics, Buddhism, Metaphysics]

_____. "Time and Temporality--A Buddhist Approach." Philosophy East and West 24, no. 2 (April 1974): 171-179.

_____. “Time and Temporality—A Buddhist Approach.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Vijnanavada and Whiteheadian Philosophy.”  Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 7 (1959): [???]

_____. “Whitehead’s ‘Actual Entity’ and the Buddhist An-Atman.”  Philosophy East and West 21 (1971): 303-316. [abstract]

_____. and Nolan P. Jacobson, eds. Buddhism and American Thinkers. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984. [abstract]

Ingram, Paul O. Buddhist-Christian Dialogue in an Age of Science. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2008.

_____. The Modern Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Two Universalistic Religions in Transformation. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellon Press, 1988.

_____. “Interfaith Dialogue as a Source of Buddhist-Christian Creative Transformation.”  In Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Mutual Renewal and Transformation, eds., Paul O. Ingram and Frederick J. Streng. (Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986), 77-94.

_____. “Nature’s Jeweled Net.” (unpubl.) [APA Pacific Division, 1993]

_____. “To John Cobb: Questions to Gladden the Atman in an Age of Pluralism.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 45, no. 2 (June 1977): 703-38.

_____. Wrestling with the Ox: A Theology of Religious Experience. New York: Continuum, 1997. [abstract]

_____, and Frederick J. Streng, eds. Buddhist-Christian Dialogue: Mutual Renewal and Transformation. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1986. [abstract]

Ishihara, John S. [Yokota]  “Continuity and Novelty: A Contribution to the  Dialogue Between Buddhism and Process Thought.”  In Charles Hartshorne’s Concept of God, ed. Santiago Sia (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990), 163-84.

_____. “The Shin Buddhist Doctrines of Amida and the Self in Light of the Christian-Buddhist Dialogue.”  Ph.D. Dissertation. Claremont Graduate School, 1986.        

_____. “Thinking About Amida Buddha: Self-Power, Compassion, and Evil in Shin Buddhist Reflections.”  Bulletin of the International Cultural Research Institute of Chikushi Jogakuen College 1 (March 1991): 53-70.

Ives, Christopher A. "Awakening and the World: Foundations of a Zen Buddhist Social Ethic." (unpubl.) [abstract]

_____. “Buddhism, Whitehead, and a ‘Religio-diagnostic’ Approach to Religious Diversity.”  (unpubl., “Whitehead and Genuine Religious Pluralism,” conference, March 27-31, 2004, Claremont, CA)  

_____. “Nishida and Whitehead on Experience and Language: A Response to Shizteru Ueda and John B. Cobb, Jr.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Non-dualism and Soteriology in Whitehead, Nishida, and Tanabe.”  The Eastern Buddhist 22:1 (Spring 1989): 128-138.

_____. “Process Theology and the Nishida School.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Review: Steven Odin, Process Metaphysics and Hua-Yen Buddhism: A Critical Study of Cumulative Penetration Vs. Interpretation.”  Process Studies 14, no. 3 (Fall 1985): 202-4.

_____. "Skillful Means to Transformation: John Cobb's Approach to Dialogue and Pluralism." [Conference paper presented at The Legacy and Lure of John B. Cobb, Jr. Conference], Claremont School of Theology, February 14-17, 2008. [This archive can be found in the Special Collections Unit at the Claremont School of Theology Library for reference only. Not available for copying.]

_____. “A Zen Buddhist Social Ethic.”  Ph.D. Dissertation. Claremont Graduate School, 1987.

Jacobson, Nolan Pliny. “Buddhism and Whitehead on the Art of Living.”  In Asian Studies Series. Buffalo: Suny, 1976. [abstract]

_____. “Creativity in Buddhist Perspective.”  The Eastern Buddhist [New Series] 9, no.2 (October 1976): 43-63.

_____. The Heart of Buddhist Philosophy. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1988. [abstract]

_____. "The Possibility of Oriental Influence: in Hume's Philosophy." Philosophy East and West 19, no. 1 (1969): 17-37.

_____. Understanding Buddhism. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1986.

_____. “Whitehead and Buddhism on the Art of Living.”  The Eastern Buddhist 8 (1975): 8-36.

_____, and Kenneth K. Inada, eds. Buddhism and American Thinkers. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1984.

Jang, Wang Shik. “A Christian Response to ‘Jesus the Bodhisattva.’” Buddhist-Christian Studies 16 (1996): 188-90.

_____. “Two Types of Process Cosmology: Whitehead and Buddhism.” The Journal of Whitehead Studies 1 (1998): 180-211. [In Korean]

Jiang, Tao. “The Problematic of Whole – Part and the Horizon of the Enlightened in Huayan Buddhism.”  Creative Transformation 28, no.4 (2001): 457-475.

Kakol, Peter. “A General Theory of Worldviews Based on Madhyamika and Process Philosophies.”  Philosophy East & West 52, no.2 (April 2002): 207-223.  

_____. “Asymmetrical Interdependence: An Integration of Buddhism and Process Philosophy.”  Concrescence 1 (June 2000)  [paper available at http://www.alfred.north.whitehead.com/ajpt_papers/vol01/01_kakol_fr.htm]

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Kaufman, Gordon. Review: John Cobb, Beyond Dialogue. Buddhist-Christian Studies (1983): 174-176.

Kawamura, Eiko. “Process Thought—Through the Problem of Self-Identity.” (unpubl.)

Kaza, Stephanie. “A Buddhist Response to Paul Ingram.” Process Studies 22, no. 3 (Fall 1993): 145-8.

Keenan, John P. "Refuting Some Buddhist Arguments about Creation and Adopting Buddhist Philosophy about Salvation History." In Buddhism, Christianity and the Questions of Creation: Karmic or Divine?. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel (Hants, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006), 69-80.

Kim H. J. “Whitehead's Creativity and Dogen's Buddha Nature”, 1974 [Conference Paper].

Kim, Hwansoo, "The Future of Korean Buddhism Lies in My Hands": Takeda Hanshi as a Soto Missionary. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 37 no. 1 (2010): 99-135. [abstract

Kim, Sang Il. “A.N. Whitehead and Wonchuk’s Yogacara Buddhism.”  The Journal of Whitehead Studies 6 (June 2003): 135-166. [In Korean] [abstract]

_____. “Korean Transformation of Buddhism in the Seventh Century: A Process View.”  Ph.D. Dis., Claremont Graduate School, 1982.

King, Winston. “Buddhism and Christianity: Some Bridges of Understanding.” [???]

_____. “God, the Alayavijnana, and Sunyata.” (unpubl.)

Kosaka, Kunitsugu. “Experience and Language in Nishida: A Response to Shizuteru Ueda.”
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Kreiner, Armin. "Creation and the Problem of Evil." In Buddhism, Christianity and the Questions of Creation: Karmic or Divine?. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel (Hants, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006), 61-68. 

Kuntz, Paul G., ed. The Concept of Order. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1968. [abstract]

Lande, Aasulv, "Creation and Process Theology: A Question to Buddhism." In Buddhism, Christianity and the Questions of Creation: Karmic or Divine?. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel (Hants, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006), 81-91. 

Lee, Sang Bok. "The Psychology of Tao from Clinical Neuroscience and Multicultural Psychology Perspectives: An Exploration of Ecological Order and Cosmos."  Pacific Science Review 5 (2005): 230-236. [abstract

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Liu, Shu-Hsien. “Commentary: Theism From A Chinese Perspective.” Philosophy East and West 28, no. 4 (October 1978): 413-8.

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Lott, Eric J. “An Eco-Theology for the Future: Resources From India's Past”, n.d. [Unpublished Work].

Loy, David R.  Review of Evil and/or/as The Good: Omnicentrism, Intersubjectivity, and Value Paradox in Tiantai Buddhist Thought by Brook Ziporyn. Philosohpy East and West 54, no. 1 (January 2004): 99-103. [abstract

Lubarsky, Sandra A. “Enriching Awareness: A Jewish Encounter with Buddhism.”  In Beside Still Waters: Jews, Christians, and the Way of the Buddha (Somerville, MA: Wisdom Publishing, 2003): 61-70.

Macy, Joanna. Mutual Causality in Buddhism and General Systems Theory: The Dharma of Natural Systems. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991. [abstract]

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Magliola, Robert. Derrida on the Mend. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 1984. [abstract]

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Matthews, Robin. “Review: Paul Ingram, The Modern Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.”  Process Studies 18, no. 2 (Summer, 1989): 131-6.e 22 (1998): 6-40. [Journal is available at the Center.]

Matilal, B. K. “Ontological Problems in Nyaya, Buddhism and Jainism: A Comparative Analysis.”  Journal of Indian Philosophy 5 (1977): 91-105. [abstract]

Matsunobu, Keiji. “Whitehead and Contemporary Japanese Philosophy.” (unpubl.)

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_____. “Enlightened Eschatology.”  Ph.D. Dis., Claremont Graduate  School, 1977. [On Whitehead and Buddhism]

_____. “Feminism, Buddhism, and Physics: Three Catalysts for a New Christianity.” (unpubl.) [MS]

_____. “An Interpretive Review of Kitaro Nishida’s Fundamental Problems Of Philosophy.” (unpubl.) [abstract]

_____. “Self-Affirmation and Ego Transcendence: The Encounter of Christianity with Feminism and Buddhism.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 7 (1987): 215-232.

_____. “Zen and the Self.”  Process Studies 10, nos.3-4 (Fall-Winter, 1980): 110-119.

McElvain, Thomas A. “Concrescence and Shunyata: Process Metaphysics and Pratityasamutpada Compared.”  M.A. Thesis, 1980.

Miller, David Lee. “The Good as Creative Becoming in Wieman and Buddhism.” Iliff Review 44, no.2 (Spring, 1987): 29-47.

_____. Philosophy of Creativity. New York: Peter Lang, 1989. [abstract]

Mookerjee, S. “Buddhist Philosophy of Universal Flux.” (unpubl.)

Morita, Yu. “Process and Religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Buddhism.”  (unpubl.)

Mortensen, Chris. "Dharmakirti and Priest on Change"  Philosophy East & West 54, no. 1 (Jan. 2004): 20-28. [abstract

_____. "In Defense of Dharmakirti--A Response to Tanaka"  Philosophy East & West 57, no. 2 (April 2007): 253-257. [abstract

Morrison, Roy D. II. “Critical Black Philosophy and International Theology: Response to John Cobb”, n.d. (unpubl.)

Muck, Terry C. “The Fruit of Incommensurability: Response to John Cobb's Incommensurability…”  Buddhist-Christian Ethics 16 (1996): 52-54. [abstract]

Nakamura, Hajime. "Interrelational Existence." Philosophy East and West 17, no. 1/4 (1967): 107-112.

Nakamura, Noboru. The Philosophy of Whitehead (in Japanese). Tokyo, Japan: Kodansha, June 2007. [abstract]

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Neville, Robert. “Buddhism and Process Philosophy.”  In The Tao And The Daimon. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982.

_____. “Creation and Nothingness in Buddhism and Christianity.” (unpubl.) [Buddhist-Christian Conference, August, 1987]

_____. “Kenosis in Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.”  (unpubl.) [Buddhist-Christian Conference, August, 1987]

_____. "Review: Raimundo Panikkar, The Silence of God: The Answer of the Buddha." Philosophy of East and West 41, no. 4, (October 1991): 557-570. 

Nielsen, Niels C., Jr. “Analogia Entis as the Basis of Buddhist-Christian Dialogue.”  Modern Theology 3, no.4 (July 1987): 345-57.

Nishijima, Gudo Waju. “A Buddhist Monk’s View of Theological Encounter III.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 11 (1991): 273-81.

Nishitani, Keiji. Religion and Nothingness. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1982. [abstract] [Foreword by Winston L. King notes the relation between Whitehead and ‘sunyata.’ (pp. xxi-xxii)]

Nobuhara, Tokiyuki. “Beyond Inclusivism and Pluralism: Toward a Buddhist Christian Theology of Loyalty.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Buddhist-Christian Apologetics in Seven Stages.”  Bulletin of Keiwa College 14 (February 2005): 41-71.

_____. "Buddhist-Christian Pedagogy: A Process View."  (The 15th International Conference on Religious Education and Values, Oct. 11, 2005). Also published in Bulletin of Keiwa College 16 (February 2007): 1-15. 

_____. “A ‘Buddhistic’ Reinterpretation of Karl Barth’s Argument for the Existence of God in Anselm: Fides Quaerens Intellectum.” (unpubl.) [Buddhist-Christian Conference, August, 1987]

_____. “Can the Whiteheadian God Be ‘With’ Us in Silence Even Before Calling Us?” [PM 12:1]

_____. "Celebrating the Legacy and Lure of John B. Cobb, Jr.'s Process Theology." [Conference paper presented at The Legacy and Lure of John B. Cobb, Jr. Conference], Claremont School of Theology, February 14-17, 2008. [This archive can be found in the Special Collections Unit at the Claremont School of Theology Library for reference only. Available for copying]

_____. "Chapter Four: Christ-Amida, the Ethical and Trans-ethical Dimensions." Draft of a chapter from a book. [abstract]

_____. “Christ and Nothingness: Apologetic Theology in a New Key.” [MS]

_____. “Christ as the Problem of Analogy: Beyond the Theology of Karl Barth.” (Unpub.).

_____. “Frankenberry’s Idea on Process-Buddhism and Jesus’ Fable.”  Shisou no Hiroba, no. 7 (1996): 62-83.

_____. “Hartshorne and Hisamatsu on Human Nature: A Study of Christian and Buddhist Metaphysical Anthropology.”  Bulletin of Keiwa College 5 (February 1996): 1-49.

_____. “How Can Principles Be More Than Just Epistemological or Conceptual?: Anselm, Nagarjuna, and Whitehead.” (unpubl.)

_____. “John Cobb’s Theology: Its Newness.” (unpubl.)

_____. "Katsumi Takizawa's Approach Toward a World Theology: A Critical Exposition from a Process Perspective." Rough Draft, January 1986. [abstract]

_____.  “A New Possibility for Logos Christology through Encounter with Buddhism: Tillich and Takizawa Critically Considered and Compared.” Bulletin of Keiwa College 8 (February 1999): 107-37.

_____. On the Functions of the Concept of the World: Whitehead and Nishida.”  (Unpub.)

_____. “Outlines of Apologetic Theology in a New Key: Let God Be Proved True through Dialogue with Buddhism.”  (Unpub.)

_____. “Portraying ‘Authentic Existence’ by the Method of Analogy: Toward Creative Uses of the Analogy of Attribution Duorum Ad Tertium for Comparative Philosophy of Religion.”  Bulletin of Keiwa College 1 (February 28, 1992): 61-83; 2 (February 28, 1993): 27-50.

_____. “The Post-Modern Religious Revolution in East and West: Toward a Theological Conceptualization of Time, Praxis, and Peace in Process Perspective.”  Ph.D. Dis., [???]

_____. “Principles for Interpreting Christ/Buddha: Katsumi Takizawa and John B. Cobb, Jr.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies (1983): 63-97.

_____. “Reason and Intuition in Christian and Buddhist Philosophy: Anselm’s Proslogion II and IV Reinterpreted in the Light of D. T. Suzuki’s Zen Thought.”  [The 6th International Whitehead Conference at Salzburg University, July 3-6, 2006].

_____. "Reason and Intuition in Christian and Buddhist Philosophy: Anslem's Proslogion II and IV Reinterpretation in Ligth of D. T. Suzuki's Zen Thought." In Humanity and Religion in an Age of Science: Festschift in Commemoration of the Retirement of Professor Ryusei Takeda. (Kyoto, Japan: Hozokan, 2010), 85-130. [abstract]

_____. “Reflections on the God Who Is “With” All Creation: Phases of Mysticism in D. T. Suzuki’s Zen Thought and White-head’s Metaphysics.”  Process Studies 34, no. 2 (Fall-Winter 2005): 240-263.

_____. "Reflections on the Three Ultimates and the Mystery of Creativity: In Dialogue with John B. Cobb, Jr. and Bob Mesle." Bulletin of Keiwa College 19 (February 2010): 1-18. [abstract]

_____. “A Response to Francis Cook’s Paper on ‘The Authentic Self in Whitehead and Nishida’.” (unpubl.)

_____. “In Praise of the One Who Now Speaks to Us from Out of Silence: Apologetic Theology in a New Key – Phase 2.”  (Conference Paper: International Association for Asian Philosophy and Religion, Fourth Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, CA [August 15-17, 1997]).

_____. Review: Keiji Nishitani, Religion And Nothingness. Japanese Religions 13, no.3 (December 1984): 57-68.

_____. “Review of Meaning Consensus and Dialogue In Buddhist-Christian Communication: A Study in the Construction of Meaning”, 1986 [Unpublishd].

_____. “The Role of God in Relationship to Emptiness: A Response to Francis H. Cook's Paper on ‘Just This: Buddhist Ultimate Reality’,” October 1986 [Conference paper].

_____. “Sunyata, Kenosis, and Jihi or Friendly Compassionate Love: Toward a Buddhist-Christian Theology of Loyalty.” (unpubl.) [Buddhist-Christian Conference, August, 1987]

_____. “Takizawa’s Philosophy and Process Philosophy: Where Can God be Fundamentally Seen as ‘Being With Us’ (Part III).”  Shiso no Hiroba 3 (1994): 177-93.

_____. “Toward a Global Ethic of Loyalty/Fidelity/Truthfulness: Socially Engaged Buddhism and Christianity.”  Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies Conference Paper.   July 27-8, 3, 1996. (Unpub.).

_____. “Toward a Global Hermeneutic of Justification in Process Perspective: Luther and Shinran Comparatively Considered.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 12 (1992): 103-20. [abstract]

_____. “Whitehead and Nishida on Time.”  Japanese Religions 12:2 (July 1982): 47-64 [Part I]; 12:3 (December, 1982): 41-50 [Part II].

_____. “Whitehead’s and Nishida’s Philosophies.”  Shiso no Hiroba 5 (1995): 82-96.

Noda, Matao. “Nishida and Whitehead.” (unpubl.) [abstract]

_____. “Some Reflection on the Philosophical Logic of Nagarjuna”, 1974 [Conference Paper].

Nordgulen, George. “God and World Religions.” Explorations 4, no. 2 (Winter 1985/86): 59-73.

_____. “Spiritual Experience: Buddha and Christ.” In The Journey of Western Spirituality, ed. A.W. Sadler, 133-48. College Theological Society, 1980.

_____. “Theistic Ontology In Radhakrishnan and Iqbal.” Iqbal Review 25, no. 3 (1984): 51-65.

Notermann, P. L. “Buddhist Thought and Whitehead’s Philosophy: A Comparative Analysis of Some Epistemological and Religious Issues.”  M.A. Thesis, June 1979.

Odagaki, Mayaya. “An Attempt at Anthropological Theology: Schubert Ogden and the Philosophy of Kitaro Nishida.” (unpubl.)

Odin, Steve. “Alchemical Imagination and Psychic Transformation in Jungian Depth Psychology and the Buddhist Tantras.” International Philosophical Quarterly 22, no. 4 (1982).

_____. “Discontinuous Continuity as the Foundation of Authentic Selfhood in Nishida Kitaro and A. N. Whitehead.” (unpubl.)

_____. "The Environmental Ethics in Whitehead's Eco-Philosophy of Nature, Green Buddhism, & the Japanese of Shizengaku Imanishi Kinji." http://whitehead-japan.com/03/taikai/ecosophia/odin20100220.pdf [abstract]

_____. “The Kenotic Buddhology of Nishida and Nishitani of the Kyoto School in Relation to the Kenotic Christology of Thomas J. Altizer.” (unpubl.) [Buddhist-Christian Conference, August, 1987]

_____. “Peace and Compassion in the Microcosmic-Macrocosmic Paradigm of Whitehead and the Lotus Sutra.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 371-384.

_____. “A Post-Modern View of Aesthetic Symbolism: Shingon Esoteric Buddhism and Whitehead’s Theory of Symbolic Reference.” (unpubl.)

_____. Process Metaphysics and Hua-Yen Buddhism: A Critical Study of Cumulative Penetration vs. Interpenetration. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982. [abstract]

_____. Review: David E. Shaner, The Body Mind Experience in Japanese Buddhism. Philosophy East and West 37, no.2 (April 1987): 202-205.

_____. The Social Self in Zen and American Pragmatism.  Suny Series in Constructive Postmodern Thought.  ed. David R. Griffin.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1996. [abstract]

_____. "Whitehead's Dipolar God as the Collective Unconscious." In Process Metaphysics and Hua-yen Buddhism : A Critical Study of Cumulative Penetration vs. Interpenetration, by Steve Odin (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982): 161-70.

Ogden, Schubert. “Faith in God and Realization of Emptiness.” (unpubl.)

Ogrodnik, Bogdan. "Buddhist Sunjata and Whiteheadian Universal of Universals Towards Metaphysics of Pure Activity." Whitehead, Religion, and Psychology, (May 2004): 22-35.[Conference paper presented at The 5th International Whitehead Conference], Seoul, South Korea, May 28, 2004. 

O’Leary, Joseph. Review: John B. Cobb, Jr. and Christopher Ives, eds., The Emptying God. Inter-Religio 20 (Fall 1991): 71-77.

_____. Review of A Buddhist Kaleidoscope: Essays on the Lotus Sutra, ed. Gene Reeves. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 30, nos. 1-2 (Spring 2003): 175-77.

Olson, R. F. “Two Truths and Two Modes of Knowing in Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead’s Philosophy.” (unpubl.)

_____. “Whitehead, Madhyamika, and the Prajnaparamita.”  Philosophy East and West 25:4 (October 1975): 449-64.

Ott, Heinrich. “The Beginning Dialog Between Christianity and Buddhism”, October 1978 [Conference paper].

Owcarz, Gregory. “Review of Panpsychism: Past and Recent Selected Readings, by D.S. Clark.”  Process Studies 34, no. 2 (Fall-Winter 2005): 297-300.

Ozaki, Makoto. “On the Bodhisattva as the Eternal Ideal.” (unpbl.) [Tokyo, December, 1985]

_____. “On the Messianic Expectation of Nichiren: In Comparison to Christology.”  Journal of Indian and Buddhist Studies 35, no.1 (December 1986): [???]

_____. “A Report of My Research Stay in America and England.”  Comparative  Thought [Taisho University, Tokyo] ([???]) 7: 133-140.

_____. “Saicho’s Role and Significance in the Expectation of the Mapp Era.”  Studies in Interreligious Dialogue 1, no.2 (October, 1991): 116-28.

_____. Philosophy East & West 25, no.4 (October 1975). [Entire issue on Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead]

Pailin, David. “Authenticity in the Interpretation of Christianity.” In Book Essay to The Cardinal Meaning: Buddhism and Christianity in Comparative Hermeneutics, ed. R. Morgan and M. Pye, 127-59. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1973. [Biblical Studies, Buddhism]

Pan-chiu, Lai. “Cobb’s Theory of Inter-religious Dialogue and the Buddhist-Christian Encounter in China.”  Ching Feng 40, no.3-4 (September – December 1997): 261-290.

Patterson, Robert L. “The Problem of Religious Knowledge in Hindu Thought”, n.d. [Unpublished].

Peerenboom, R. P. “Buddhist Process Ethics: Dissolving the Dilemmas of Substantialist Metaphysics.”  Indian Philosophical Quarterly 16 (July 1989): 247-68. [abstract]

Peimin, Ni and Stephen Rowe. Wandering; Brush and Pen in Philosophical Reflection. Chicago, IL: Art Media Resources, 2002.

Pittenger, Norman. “Confessio Fidei.” Faith and Freedom 39, no. 115 (1986): 8-13.

_____. “Reconception and Renewal of Christian Faith.” Encounter 34, no. 3 (Summer 1973): 254-66.

Prozesky, Martin, and Felicity Edwards. Review of Beyond Dialogue, by John B Cobb, no. 56 (September 1986): 67-73.

Ramaman, K.V. “Whitehead and Nagarjuna: Philosophy of Organism and Mahayana Buddhism.” November 1974 [Conference Paper].

_____. “Whitehead and Nishida.” (unpubl.)

Ray, Reginald. “From Dialogue to Mutual Transformation: The Third Buddhist-Christian Theological Encounter.”  The Eastern Buddhist [New Series] 20, no.2 (Autumn 1987): 115-27.

_____. “Response to John Cobb.”  Buddhist-Christian Studies 8 (1988): 83-109.

Reese, William J. Review of Buddhism and American Thinkers, by Kenneth K. Inada, ed. and Nolan P. Jacobson, ed. In Transactions of the Charles Peirce Society 21, no. 1 (Winter 1985): 152-5.

Reeves, Gene. “Ananda and Rahula.” Dharma World 31 (January/February 2004): 24-28.

_____. “The Bodhisattva Never Disrespectful” Dharma World  32 (July/August 2005): 22-27.

_____. The "Compassion and Wisdom of Kuan-yin" Dharma World 35 (April-June 2008): 4-8.

_____. “Devadatta and Violence.”  Dharma World (July/ August 2004): 19-23.

_____. “The Dharma Flower Assembly and Sun Moon Light Buddha.”  Dharma World (September/October 2002): 29-33.

_____. “Dharma Teachers.” Dharma World 31 (March/April 2004): 26-31. [abstract]

_____. “Divinity in Process Thought and the Lotus Sutra.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 357-370.

_____. “The Enchanting World of the Lotus Sutra. (1).”  Dharma World (May/June 2002): 13-17.

_____. “The Enchanting World of the Lotus Sutra. (2).”  Dharma World (July/August 2002): 24-28.

_____. "The Family of King Wonderfully Adorned." Dharma World (October-December 2006): 32-36 [abstract]

_____. “A Fantastic Castle.” Dharma World 30 (September/October 2003): 29-32.

_____. “A Great Treasure Is Very Near.” Dharma World 30 (November/December 2003): 14-18.

_____. “The Great Stupa of Abundant Treasures Buddha.”  Dharma World 31 (May/June 2004): 11-16.

_____. “The Jewel in the Topknot.”  Dharma World 32 (January/February 2005): 23-27. [abstract]

_____. “Introduction: The Lotus Sutra and Process Thought.”  Journal of Chinese Philosophy 28, no.4 (2001): 355-356.

_____. “Kuan-yin.” Dharma World 33 (July/Sept. 2006): 34-9. [abstract]

_____. “The Lotus Sutra and Process Thought.” Process Studies 23, no. 2 (Summer 1994): 98-118.

_____. “One Great Cloud and Many Kinds of Plants.”  Dharma World 30 (March/April 2003): 20-23.

_____. “The Parable of the Good Physician.”  Dharma World 32 (May/June 2005): 11-16.

_____. “Penetrating Wisdom Buddha.”  Dharma World 30 (July/August 2003): 11-14.

_____. “Seen with Joy by All the Living.” Dharma World 33 (January/February 2006): 22-27. [abstract]

_____. "Think Big!" Dharma World 37 (January-March 2010): 29-31.

_____.  "Universal Sage." Dharma World 34 (January-March 2007): 31-36. [abstract]

_____. “Wonderful Voice Bodhisattva.” Dharma World 33 (April-June 2006): 44-48. [abstract

Robert, Olson. “Two Truths and Two Modes of Knowing in Mahayana Buddhism and Whitehead's Philosophy”, November 1974 [Conference Paper].

Rowe, Stehpen, "Masao Abe and the Dialogue Breakthrough" American Academy of Religion (American Academy of Religion, November 17, 2007): 1-5. 

Sachs, Mendel. "Comparison in the Field Concept of Matter in Relativity: Physics and the Buddhist Idea of Nonself." Philosophy East and West 33, no. 4 (October 1983): 395-399.

Sarkar, Anil Kumar. Buddhism and Whitehead's Process Philosophy. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1991. [abstract]

_____. Changing Phases of Buddhist Thought: A Study in the Background of East-West Philosophy. Patna: Bharati Bhavan, 1975 [1968]. [abstract]

_____. Changing Phases of Buddhist Thought: A Study in the Background of East-West Philosophy. Third Edition. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1983.

_____. Dynamic Facets of Indian Thought, 4 vols. New Delhi: Manohar, 1980-1988. [abstract]

_____. Experience in Change and Prospect: Pathways from War to Peace. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1989. [abstract]

_____. The Mysteries of Vajrayana Buddhism: From Atisha to Dalai Lama. New Delhi: South Asian Publishers, 1993. [abstract]

_____. “Nagarjuna and Whitehead.”  In Changing Phases of Buddhist Thought (Patna, India: Bharati Bhawan Publishers, 1975), 47-58.

_____. “Personal Identity: In Buddhist and Whiteheadean Thought.”  Darshana International 32, no.2 (1992): 17-23. [abstract]

_____. Sri Aurobindo and Haridas Chaudhuri: (A Glimpse of a Dynamic Prospect for Mankind). Hayward, CA: Sarkar Publica­tions, 1986 [abstract].

_____. Sri Aurobindo'sVision of the Supermind. NewDelhi: South Asian Publishers, 1989. [abstract]

_____. Whitehead’s Four Principles from West-East Perspectives: Ways and Prospects of Process Philosophy, Second Edition. Hayward, CA: Sarkar Pub­lications, 1985 [1974] [abstract].

Scarfe, Adam C. “Whitehead’s Doctrine of Objectification and Yogacara Buddhism’s Theory of the Three Natures.” Contemporary Buddhism 5, no. 2 (2002): 111-125.

Schmidt, Paul F. “Nagarjuna and Whitehead: Analytic Comparative Philosophy.”  The Visvabharati Quarterly [???]

Schmidt-Leukel, Perry. "Introduction." In Buddhism, Christianity and the Question of Creation, Karmic or Divine? (Hants, England and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2006): 1-12.

Schmidt-Leukel, Perry. "The Unbridgeabel Gulf? Towards a Buddhist-Christain Theology of Creation."  In Buddhism, Christianity and the Questions of Creation: Karmic or Divine?. Ed. Perry Schmidt-Leukel (Hants, England and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2006), 111-178.

Schroeder, John. "Nagarjuna and the Doctrine of 'Skillful Means'." Philosophy East and West 50, no. 4 (October 2000): 559-583.

Scott, David. “Williams James and Buddhism: American Pragmatism and the Orient.” Religion 30 (2000) 333-352. [abstract]

Shaw, Marvin C. “The Interdependence of All Things.”  (unpubl.)

Shin'ichi, Hisamatsu, "Ultimate Crisis and Resurrection Part II: Redemption." Eastern Buddhist 8, no. 2 (October 1975): 37-65.

Shizuteru, Ueda. “Pure Experience to Self-Awareness to Place.” (unpubl.)

Sivaraksa, Sulak. Ed. Santi Pracha Dhamma: Essays in Honour of the Late Puey Ungphakorn. Bangkok: Santi Pracha Dhamma Institute, 2001.

Song, Sung-Jin.  “Process Theology and Chinul's Buddhist Thought: An Encounter.”  Process Studies 36, no. 2 (Fall-Winter 2007): 215-28. [abstract

_____. “Salvation and the World: A Soteriological Dialogue between Christianity and Buddhism.”  (Society of Buddhist-Christian Studies 7th International Conference, June 3-8, 2005).

_____. "A Theological Encounter with Chinul's Buddhist Thought on the True Mind." (the 6th International Whitehead Conference, July 3-6, 2006).

Steben, Barry D. "Review: Steve Odin, The Social Self in Zen and American Pragmatism." Philosophy East and West 48, no. 4 (1998): 656-661.

Streng, F. J. “Metaphysics, Negative Dialectic, and the Expression of the Inexpressible.”  Philosophy East and West 25, no.4 (October 1975): 429-47.

_____. "Three Approaches to Authentic Existence: Christian, Confucian, and Buddhist." Philosophy East and West 32, no. 4 (October 1982): 371-392.

Suchocki, Marjorie. “The Anatman and the Consequent Nature.” (unpubl.)

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_____. “Time in East/West Dialogue.” (unpubl.) [abstract]

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