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    Philosophy and Culture 25 (11): 1049-1060. 1998.
    Buddha on the Road, the interactive nature of mind is the history of Chinese thought the major issues. From the Taoist Tao article focuses, naturally, doing nothing and everything, observing, seeing nothing but words of Buddhist thought the impact of stress, especially Taoism to Zen Buddhist provides ontology, epistemology, methodology and theoretical basis; and from Buddhist cycle of karma, methodology defeat, heart methodology, clear your heart thinking of the impact of road敎, Buddhist emphasi…Read more
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    Philosophy and Culture 23 (12): 2290-2297. 1996.
  • Tathagata Chan Buddhism and Bodhidharma Chan Buddhism
    Philosophy and Culture 28 (8): 716-731. 2001.
    Buddhist literature of this sort, if they founder of Zen Zen and the related discussion, overview of the two main meaning meditation, and pointed out: the difference is through education and teaching were outside Gordon Biography, really was the heart of body and self-use, gradually epiphany epiphany repair and no repair, personality and artistic realm of the ideal four different aspects; its historical boundaries to Hongren from the small Buddhist temple Tida Mo is such as to, from the Patriarc…Read more
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    Philosophy and Culture 25 (12): 1127-1139. 1998.
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    Getting the Joke: Insight during Humor Comprehension – Evidence from an fMRI Study
    with Yuling Hou, Wenfeng Zhu, Arne Dietrich, Qinglin Zhang, Wenjing Yang, Qunlin Chen, Jiangzhou Sun, Qiu Jiang, and Guikang Cao
    Frontiers in Psychology 8. 2017.