Kûkai

[Revised entry by John Krummel on August 6, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Kukai (774 - 835CE) is one of the intellectual giants of Japan, who ought not to be ignored in any account of the
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[Revised entry by John Krummel on August 6, 2014. Changes to: Bibliography] Kukai (774 - 835CE) is one of the intellectual giants of Japan, who ought not to be ignored in any account of the history of Japanese thought. Among the traditional Buddhist thinkers of Japan, and perhaps even of the whole of East Asia, he is one of the most...

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