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Chinul: Selected Works by Chinul

Chinul (Jinul) (1158–1210) was a Korean monk, considered to be the most influential in the formation of Korean Seon (Zen) Buddhism. He is credited as the founder of the Jogye Order, by working to unify the disparate sects in Korean Buddhism into a cohesive organization.

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Title: Chinul: Selected Works

Author: Chinul

Blurb: Chinul (Jinul) (1158–1210) was a Korean monk, considered to be the most influential in the formation of Korean Seon (Zen) Buddhism. He is credited as the founder of the Jogye Order, by working to unify the disparate sects in Korean Buddhism into a cohesive organization.

Pages: 478

Year of Publication: 2012

Permission: This e-book is made available under the licence of Creative Commons.

File Size: 4.3 MB

Notes:Translated and compiled by great scholars including Robert Buswell. Contains a very comprehensive bibliography

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