John D. Dunne (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
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John D. Dunne
Assistant Professor of Languages and Cultures of Asia
1220 Linden Drive
1250 Van Hise Hall
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Madison, WI 53706 USA
Description of work:
Activities: graduate and undergraduate education in the
Buddhism of India and Tibet, classical and modern.
Research interests: perception, induction, philosophy of language,
violence and religion, nationalism and ethnicity.
Publications and papers include:
Rending the Web of Concepts: An Examination of Dharmakarti's Philosophy.
Forthcoming in: Studies in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism (Wisdom
Publications; Tom J.F. Tillemans and E. Gene Smith, series editors).
"On Essences, Goals and Social Justice: an Exercise in
in Buddhist Theology. Edited by R. Jackson and J. Makransky. Surrey,
England: Curzon Press, 1999.
"Nominalism, Buddhist Doctrine of." Encyclopedia of Philosophy. London:
The Precious Garland: An Epistle to a King-A Translation of Nagarjuna's
Text from the Sanskrit and Tibetan. With Sara McClintock. Boston: Wisdom
Publications, 1997. Commemorative edition; for public release in 2000.
"Thoughtless Buddha, Passionate Buddha." Journal of the American Academy
of Religion 64/3, 1996: 525-556.
Satyagraha: Truth Insistence, translator, with Ngawang Samten. Dharamsala,
India: Office of Information, Tibetan Government [in exile], 1995.
Translation commissioned by the author, Samdong Lozang Tenzin, Prime
Minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
"Towards a Buddhist Theory of Social Justice." Paper presented at the
Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion, November, 1996.