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This book elaborates and elucidates the concepts and characteristics of China's Buddhist culture with special emphasis on two aspects: (1) the historical evolution of Chinese Buddhism as well as related ancient books, records, basic doctrines, systems and protocols, and famous historical and cultural sites; and (2) the influence of Buddhism on such aspects of Chinese culture as politics, ethics, philosophy, literature and art, and folk customs, as well as the differences and similarities between Buddhism and both Confucianism and Taoism. This book further summarizes the structure, core beliefs, internal and external relations, root of evolution, and peculiarity of China's Buddhist culture system. This book aims to provide an in-depth understanding of the historical status of Buddhism and its important role in the evolution of Chinese culture. KEY FEATURES - Written by one of the best scholars of Buddhism in mainland China. - Elaborates on the influence of Buddhism on Chinese politics, ethics, philosophy, literature, art, and folk customs. - Provides an in-depth understanding of the historical status of Buddhism and its important role in the evolution of Chinese culture
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