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  • Volume 7 (2020)
    Self/Not-Self Introduction Articles Sīlavadin – 'A Range of (No-)Self Views' Dhīvan Thomas Jones – 'Three Ways of Denying the Self' Matt Drage – 'Truth and Transformation: Foucault, Urgyen Sangharakshita, and Buddhism as Technology of the Self' Mitrānanda – 'The Direct Jhānic Path to Liberating Insight' Reviews 'Jew + Buddhist = JewBu': Emily Sigalow, American JewBu: Jews, Buddhists, and Religious Change – reviewed by Agi Erdos 'More Than An Introduction': Bhikkhu Anālayo, Introducing Mindfulness: Buddhist Background and Practical Exercises – reviewed by Dharmacārī Ālokadhāra 'Being-Fully-Here Hiking': Christopher Ives, Zen on the Trail: Hiking as Pilgrimage – reviewed by Vidyādevī
  • Volume 6 (2013)
    Articles The Spiral Path or Lokuttara Paṭicca-samuppāda – Jayarava Attwood Through a Blue Chasm: Coleridge, Wordsworth and the Buddha on Imagination – Dhīvan Thomas Jones All Beings are Equal but Some are More Equal than Others: Buddhism and Vegetarianism in the U.S. – Joe Gaziano and Jacquie Lewis The Shorter Discourse on Emptiness (Cūḷasuññata- sutta, Majjhima-nikāya 121): translation and commentary – Dharmacārī Satyadhāna (Kevin Schanilec) Reviews (in the process of being archived)
  • Volume 5 (2010)
    Editorial – Dharmacārī Jñānaketu Articles Poisoned Pen Letters? D.T. Suzuki's Communication of Zen to the West – Dharmacārī Nāgapriya Roman Buddha – William Ferraiolo Buddhism and Rights: the Example of the Karuna Trust – Dharmacārī Ādarśa The Hundred Syllable Vajrasattva Mantra – Dharmacārī Jayarava Stages of the Path: Stream-entry and Beyond – Dharmacārī Bodhiketu The Strange Case of Beni Barua and the Therī Dhammadinnā – Dharmacārin Sāgaramati Notes A Note on Robert Bluck and the FWBO – Urgyen Sangharakshita Book Reviews Mark Williams et al, The Mindful Way Through Depression – reviewed by Dr Paramabandhu Groves David Loy, Money, Sex, War, Karma – reviewed by Dharmacārī Nāgapriya Ralph Flores, Buddhist Scriptures as Literature – reviewed by Will Buckingham Aung San Suu Kyi & Alan Clements, The Voice of Hope – reviewed by Dharmacāriṇī Munīṣā Selections from the Pāli Canon – reviewed by Dhīvan Thomas Jones Donald Lopez, Buddhism and Science – reviewed by Dharmacārī Ratnaprabha Alexander Wynne, The Origin of Buddhist Meditation – reviewed by Dharmacārī Viśvapāṇi Richard Gombrich, What the Buddha Thought – reviewed by Dhīvan Thomas Jones
  • Volume 4 (2004)
    Articles A Mirror for Women? Reflections on the Feminine in Japanese Buddhism – Jñāṇavīra Letters of Gold: Imagery in the Dhammapada – Abhaya Postmodern Ethics: A Buddhist Response – Panos Skiotis Suicide as a Response to Suffering – Michael Attwood The Early Buddhist Saint: A Psychological Portrait – Nāgapriya Kamma in Context: The Mahākammavibhaṅgasutta and the Culakammavibhaṅgasutta – Manishini Alice Collett Was the Buddha Omniscient? – Nāgapriya Translation Giving Rise to the Bodhicitta: Translation from The Treatise on Discourses about Giving Rise to the Bodhicitta: The Bodhicittotpādasūtraśāstra of Vasubandhu – Andrew Skilton and Kate Crosby Book Reviews Buddhism and Science –Ratnaprabha Essential Reading: Modern Buddhism in the West –Vishvapani
  • Volume 3 (2001)
    How Buddhist Was Plato? – Robert Ellis Buddhist Theology: Critical Reflections by Contemporary Buddhist Scholars – Dharmacārī Nāgapriya The Doctrine of Non-Duality in the Vimalakīrti Nirdeśa – Dharmacārī Ratnaguṇa Knowledge and Truth in Early Buddhism: An Examination of the Kālāma Sutta and Related Pali Canonical Texts –Dharmacārī Nāgapriya Homosexuality in the Japanese Buddhist Tradition – Mark McClelland (Dharmacārī Jñāṇavīra) Minding Pinocchio: A Critical Analysis of Materialist Explanations of Consciousness – Dharmacārī Advayacitta Dancing At the Still Point: The Dharma and T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets – Dharmacārī Vāraghoṣa Is Madhyamaka Buddhism Really the Middle Way? Emptiness and the Problem of Nihilism – David Burton (Dharmacārī Asaṅga) Perceptions of the FWBO in British Buddhism – Dharmacārī Viśvapāṇi Regarding Matthew Arnold – Michael McGhee (Dharmacārī Vipassi)
  • Volume 2 (1997)
    Buddhism Without Beliefs? – Urgyen Sangharakshita Leaving Home: E.M. Forster and the Pursuit of Higher Values – Dharmachari Abhaya Mañjuśrī: Origins, Role and Significance Parts 1 & 2 – Anthony Tribe (Dharmacārī Ānandajyoti) Tārā: Her Origins and Development – Dharmacārī Pūrṇa Three Cheers for Taṇhā – Robert Morrison (Dharmacārin Sāgaramati) The Buddhist Conception of an Ecological Self – Alan Sponberg (Dharmacārī Sāramati) Freedom, Emotion and the Mind – Michael McGhee (Dharmacārī Vipassi) Harold Bloom: The Embattled Canon and the Experiential Critic – Dharmacārī Viśvapāṇi
  • Volume 1 (1994)
    Front Matter and Editorial – Dharmacāri Kamalaśīla Buddhism and the New Age – Dharmacārī Viśvapāni Mañjuśrī: Origins, Role and Significance, Part 3 – Anthony Tribe (Dharmacārī Ānandajyoti) God is Dead: What Next? A Buddhist Response to Nietzsche – Robert Morrison (Dharmacārin Sāgaramati) Conditionality and the Two Truths – Dharmacārī Kulananda Going Forth and Citizenship – Dharmacārī Subhūti Green Buddhism and the Hierarchy of Compassion – Alan Sponberg (Dharmacārī Sāramati)
  • The Order Journal
    The Order Journal was a precursor to the Western Buddhist Review as a scholarly journal for the Western Buddhist Order (as the Triratna Buddhist Order was known until 2010). Three issues were published, all edited by Dharmacārī Sthiramati (Andrew Skilton). The Order Journal 3 (1990) The Order Journal 2 (1989) The Order Journal 1 (1988)
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