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INTRODUCTION: MOU ZONGSAN AND CHINESE BUDDHISM

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  • WING-CHEUK CHAN,

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    1. BROCK UNIVERSITY
      St. Catharines, Canada
      WING-CHEUK CHAN, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Brock University. Specialties: phenomenology, Chinese philosophy, Yogācāra Buddhism. E-mail: wchan@brocku.ca HENRY C. H. SHIU, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, University of Toronto Scarborough. Specialties: Mahāyāna Buddhist philosophy, socially engaged Buddhism, Buddhism in Canada. E-mail: henry.shiu@utoronto.ca
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  • HENRY C. H. SHIU

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    1. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
      Toronto, Canada
      WING-CHEUK CHAN, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Brock University. Specialties: phenomenology, Chinese philosophy, Yogācāra Buddhism. E-mail: wchan@brocku.ca HENRY C. H. SHIU, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, University of Toronto Scarborough. Specialties: Mahāyāna Buddhist philosophy, socially engaged Buddhism, Buddhism in Canada. E-mail: henry.shiu@utoronto.ca
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WING-CHEUK CHAN, Professor, Department of Philosophy, Brock University. Specialties: phenomenology, Chinese philosophy, Yogācāra Buddhism. E-mail: wchan@brocku.ca HENRY C. H. SHIU, Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, University of Toronto Scarborough. Specialties: Mahāyāna Buddhist philosophy, socially engaged Buddhism, Buddhism in Canada. E-mail: henry.shiu@utoronto.ca

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