Thriving in crisis : Buddhism and political disruption in China, 1522-1620 /
"Scholars of Chinese Buddhism long disparaged late-imperial Buddhism, and Ming-era Buddhism in particular, as degenerate, part of a decline from the glories of the Sui-Tang Buddhism of sixth through the tenth centuries CE. In recent decades, scholars have challenged this narrative of decline an...
New York :
Columbia University Press,
|Series:||Sheng Yen series in Chinese Buddhist studies.