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1 1915 History of Japanese People From Earliest Times to End of Meiji Era by Brinkley 1735 28:55
2 1920 Introduction to History of Japan by Hara 431 7:11
4 1913 Religion of Samurai Study of Zen Philosophy & Discipline in China & Japan by Nukariya 344 5:44
5 1908 Bushido Soul of Japan by Nitobi 231 3:50:06
6 1946 Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki by US Army 115 3:34:06
7 1911 On Laws of Japanese Painting by Bowie 130 2:10
8 1906 Book of Tea by Kakuzo 125 2:05:03
9 1905 Religion in Japan by Cobbold 120 2:00
10 945 Tosa Diary By KI 90 1:29:52
11 700 Japanese Creation Story By Various 14 14:01
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1 1915 History of Japanese People From Earliest Times to End of Meiji Era
by Brinkley, F (Frank), Kikuchi, Dairoku
433,717W 1735 28:55
1 Historiographer's Art in Old Japan
2 Japanese Mythology
3 Rationalization
4 Origin of Japanese Nation: Historical Evidences
5 Origin of Nation: Geographical & Archaeological Relics
6 Language & Physical Characteristics
7 Manners & Customs in Remote Antiquity
8 Prehistoric Sovereigns
9 Prehistoric Sovereigns
10 From 29th to 35th Sovereign
11 Daika Reforms
12 Daiho Laws & Yoro Laws
13 Nara Epoch
14 Heian Epoch
15 Capital & Provinces
16 Recovery of Administrative Authority by Throne
17 Manners & Customs of Heian Epoch
18 Epoch of Gen (Minamoto) & Hei (Taira)
19 Kamakura Bakufu
20 Hojo
21 Art, Religion, Literature, Customs, & Commerce in Kamakura Period
22 Fall of Hojo & Rise of Ashikaga
23 War of Dynasties
24 Fall of Ashikaga
25 Foreign Intercourse, Literature, Art, Religion, Manners, & Customs in Muromachi Epoch
26 Epoch of Wars (Sengoku Jidai)
27 Nobunaga, Hideyoshi, & Ieyasu
28 Invasion of Korea
29 Momo-Yama Epoch
30 Christianity in Japan
31 Tokugawa Shogunate
32 1st Period of Tokugawa Bakufu: from First Tokugawa Shogun, Ieyasu, to 4th, Ietsuna 1603 - 80
33 Middle Period of Tokugawa Bakufu: from 5th Shogun, Tsunayoshi, to 10th Shogun, Ieharu 1680 - 1786
34 Late Period of Tokugawa Bakufu Eleventh Shogun,Ienari 1786 - 1838
35 Organization, Central & Local: Currency & Laws of Tokugawa Bakufu
36 Revival of Shinto Cult
37 Foreign Relations & Decline of Tokugawa
38 Meiji Government
39 Wars with China & Russia
2 1920 Introduction to History of Japan
by Hara, Katsuro
107,640W 431 7:11
1 Races & Climate of Japan
2 Japan before Introduction of Buddhism & Chinese Civilisation
3 Growth of Imperial Power Gradual Centralisation
4 Remodeling of State
5 Culmination of New Régime: Stagnation: Rise of Military Régime
6 Military Régime: Taira & Minamoto Shogunate of Kamakura
7 Welding of Nation Political Disintegration of Country
8 End of Medieval Japan
9 Transition from Medieval to Modern Japan
10 Tokugawa Shogunate, Its Political Régime
11 Tokugawa Shogunate, Culture & Society
12 Restoration of Meidji
3 1980 Zen Experience
by Thomas Hoover
98,021W 392 6:32
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Taoism: Way to Zen
2 Lao Tzu
3 Chuang Tzu
4 Kuo Hsiang: Neo-Taoist
5 7 Sages of Bamboo Grove
6 Buddhist Roots of Zen
7 Buddha
8 Nagarjuna
9 Kumarajiva
10 Seng-chao
11 Tao sheng
12 Synthesis
2 EARLY MASTERS
1 Bodhidharma: 1st Patriarch of Zen
2 Hui-k'o: 2nd Patriarch of Zen
3 Seng-Ts'an, Tao-hsin, Fa-jung, & Hung-jen: 4 Early Masters
4 Shen-hsiu & Shen-hui: "Gradual" & "Sudden" Masters
5 Hui-neng: 6th Patriarch & Father of Modern Zen
3 GOLDEN AGE OF ZEN
1 Ma-tsu: Originator of "Shock" Enlightenment
2 Huai-hai: Father of Monastic Ch'an
3 Nan-ch'uan & Chao-chou: Masters of Irrational
4 P'ang & Han-shan: Layman & Poet
5 Huang-po: Master of Universal Mind
4 SECTARIANISM & KOAN
1 Lin-chi: Founder of Rinzai Zen
2 Tung-shan & Ts'ao-shan: Founders of Soto Zen
3 Kuei-shan, Yun-men, & Fa-yen: Three Minor Houses
4 Ta-hui: Master of Koan
5 ZEN IN JAPAN
1 Eisai: 1st Japanese Master
2 Dogen: Father of Japanese Soto Zen
3 Ikkyu: Zen Eccentric
4 Hakuin: Japanese Master of Koan
5 Reflections
5 1908 Bushido Soul of Japan
by Nitobi
57,750W 231 3:50:06 105M
1 Bushido as Ethical System
2 Sources of Bushido
3 Rectitude or Justice
4 Courage, Spirit of Dearing & Bearing
5 Benevolence, Feeling of Distress
6 Politeness
7 Veracity or Truthfulness
8 Honor
9 Duty of Loyalty
10 Education & Training of Samurai
11 Self Control
12 Institutions of Suicide & Redress
13 Sword Soul of Samurai
14 Training & Position of Woman
15 Influence of Bushido
16 Is Bushido Still Alive?
17 Future of Bushido
6 1946 Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima & Nagasaki
by US Army Corps of Engineers, Manhattan District
28,750W 115 3:34:06 98M
1 Manhaten project investigating group,
2 propaganda
3 main conclusions
4 foreward
5 Selection of target
6 description of cities
7 attacks
8 general comparison of hiroshima & nagasaki
9 general description of damage caused by atomic explosions
10 Total casualties & nature of atomic explosion
11 Characteristics of damage caused by bombs
12 calculations of peak pressure of blast waves, long range
13 Charactericsics of Injuries to persons, burns, mechanical, blast, burn, radiation, effects on inhabitant
14 Eyewitness Account by Father Seims
7 1911 On Laws of Japanese Painting
by Henry P Bowie
32,516W 130 2:10
1 PERSONAL EXPERIENCES
2 ART IN JAPAN
3 LAWS FOR USE OF BRUSH & MATERIALS
4 LAWS GOVERNING CONCEPTION & EXECUTION OF A PAINTING
5 CANONS OF AESTHETICS OF JAPANESE PAINTING
6 SUBJECTS FOR JAPANESE PAINTING
7 SIGNATURES & SEALS
8 EXPLANATION OF HEAD-BANDS
9 PLATES EXPLANATORY OF FOREGOING TEXT ON LAWS OF JAPANESE PAINTING
8 1906 Book of Tea
by Kakuzo
31,250W 125 2:05:03 57 2M
1 Cup of Humanity
2 Schools of Tea
3 Tea Room
4 Art of Appreciation
5 Flowers
6 Tea-Masters
9 1905 Religion in Japan
by Cobbold, George A (George Augustus)
29,969W 120 2:00
1 Shintoism
2 Buddhism
3 Buddhism In Japan
4 Buddhism & Christianity
5 Christianity In Japan
6 Publications Of Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
10 945 Tosa Diary
By no Tsurayuki KI (872 - 945)
22,500W 90 1:29:52

11 700 Japanese Creation Story
By Various
3,500W 14 14:01 12 8M
4 1913 Religion of Samurai A Study of Zen Philosophy & Discipline in China & Japan by Nukariya, Kaiten 86,072W 344 5:44
1 INTRODUCTION
1 Southern & Northern Schools of Buddhism
2 Development & Differentiation of Buddhism
3 Object of this Book is Explaining of Mahayanistic View of Life & World
4 Zen holds Unique Position among Established Religions of World
5 Historical Antiquity of Zen
6 Denial of Scriptural Authority by Zen
7 Practisers of Zen hold Buddha as their Predecessor, whose Spiritual Level they Aim to Attain
8 Iconoclastic Attitude of Zen
9 Zen Activity
10 Physical & Mental Training
11 Historical Importance
2 HISTORY OF ZEN IN CHINA
1 Origin of Zen in India
2 Introduction of Zen into China by Bodhidharma
3 Bodhidharma & Emperor Wu
4 Bodhidharma & his Successor, 2nd Patriarch
5 Bodhidharma's Disciples & Transmission of Law
6 Second & 3rd Patriarchs
7 4th Patriarch & Emperor Tai Tsung
8 Fifth & 6th Patriarchs
9 Spiritual Attainment of 6th Patriarch
10 Flight of 6th Patriarch
11 Development of Southern & Northern School of Zen
12 Missionary Activity of 6th Patriarch
13 Disciples under 6th Patriarch
14 3 Important Elements of Zen
15 Decline of Zen
3 HISTORY OF ZEN IN JAPAN
1 Establishment of Rin Zai School of Zen in Japan
2 Introduction of So To School of Zen
3 Characteristics of Do-gen, Founder of Japanese So To Sect
4 Social State of Japan when Zen was Established by Ei-sai & Do-gen
5 Resemblance of Zen Monk to Samurai
6 Honest Poverty of Zen Monk & Samurai
7 Manliness of Zen Monk & Samurai
8 Courage & Composure of Mind of Zen Monk & Samurai
9 Zen & Regent Generals of Ho-jo Period
10 Zen after Downfall of Ho-jo Regency
11 Zen in Dark Age
12 Zen under Toku-gawa Shogunate
13 Zen after Restoration
4 UNIVERSE IS SCRIPTURE OF ZEN
1 Scripture is no More than Waste Paper
2 No Need of Scriptural Authority for Zen
3 Usual Explanation of Canon
4 Sutras used by Zen Masters
5 A Sutra Equal in Size to Whole World 68
6 Great Men & Nature
7 Absolute & Reality are but an Abstraction
8 Sermon of Inanimate
5 BUDDHA, UNIVERSAL SPIRIT
1 Ancient Buddhist Pantheon
2 Zen is Iconoclastic
3 Buddha is Unnamable
4 Buddha, Universal Life
5 Life & Change
6 Pessimistic View of Ancient Hindus
7 Hinayanism & its Doctrine
8 Change as seen by Zen
9 Life & Change
10 Life, Change, & Hope
11 Everything is Living according to Zen
12 Creative Force of Nature & Humanity
13 Universal Life is Universal Spirit
14 Poetical Intuition & Zen
15 Enlightened Consciousness
16 Buddha Dwelling in Individual Mind
17 Enlightened Consciousness is not Intellectual Insight
18 Our Conception of Buddha is not Final
19 How to Worship Buddha
6 NATURE OF MAN
1 Man is Good-natured according to Mencius
2 Man is Bad-natured according to Siun Tsz
3 Man is both Good-natured & Bad-natured according to Yan Hiung
4 Man is neither Good-natured nor Bad-natured according to Su Shih
5 There is no Mortal who is Purely Moral
6 There is no Mortal who is Non-moral or Purely Immoral
7 Where, then, does Error Lie?
8 Man is not Good-natured nor Bad-natured, but Buddha natured
9 Parable of Robber Kih
10 Wang Yang Ming & Thief
11 Bad are Good in Egg
12 Great Person & Small Person
13 Theory of Buddha-Nature adequately explains Ethical States of Man
14 Buddha-Nature is Common Source of Morals
15 Parable of a Drunkard
16 Shakya Muni & Prodigal Son
17 Parable of Monk & Stupid Woman
18 'Each Smile a Hymn, each Kindly Word a Prayer'
19 World is in Making
20 Progress & Hope of Life
21 Betterment of Life
22 Buddha of Mercy
7 ENLIGHTENMENT
1 Enlightenment is beyond Description & Analysis
2 Enlightenment Implies an Insight into Nature of Self
3 Irrationality of Belief of Immortality
4 Examination of Notion of Self
5 Nature is Mother of All Things
6 Real Self
7 Awakening of Innermost Wisdom
8 Zen is not Nihilistic
9 Zen & Idealism
10 Idealism is a Potent Medicine for Self -Created Mental Disease
11 Idealistic Scepticism concerning Objective Reality
12 Idealistic Scepticism concerning Religion & Morality
13 An Illusion concerning Appearance & Reality
14 Where does Root of Illusion Lie?
15 Thing-in-Itself means Thing-Knowerless
16 Four Alternatives & Five Categories
17 Personalism of B P Bowne
18 All Worlds in Ten Directions are Buddha's Holy Land
8 LIFE
1 Epicureanism & Life
2 Errors of Philosophical Pessimists & Religious Optimists
3 Law of Balance
4 Life Consists in Conflict
5 Mystery of Life
6 Nature favours Nothing in Particular
7 Law of Balance in Life
8 Application of Law of Causation to Morals
9 Retribution in Past, Present, & Future Life
10 Eternal Life as taught by Professor M?nsterberg
11 Life in Concrete
12 Difficulties are no Match for an Optimist
13 Do Thy Best & Leave Rest to Providence
9 TRAINING OF MIND & PRACTICE OF MEDITATION
1 Method of Instruction adopted by Zen Masters
2 1st Step in Mental Training
3 Next Step in Mental Training
4 3rd Step in Mental Training
5 Zazen, or Sitting in Meditation
6 Breathing Exercise of Yogi
7 Calmness of Mind
8 Zazen & Forgetting of Self
9 Zen & Supernatural Power
10 True Dhyana
11 Let Go of Your Idle Thoughts
12 ' Five Ranks of Merit'
13 ' Ten Pictures of Cowherd'
14 Zen & Nirvana
15 Nature & Her Lesson
16 Beatitude of Zen