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Department of Geography, NTNU
|Abstract:||"Buddhist Space" may be said as a cultural worldview by Buddha in Upper Indus. Historically, Buddhist worldview was originating from ancient Vedas' literature. In fact, Confucianized Buddhists delivered different spatial Concept and cultural impact on environmental foundation of China. With this article, the author, as a historical geographer, intends to understand how the pattern and organization of the Buddhist Space was theoretically evaluated and practically grasped by traditional and contemporary Chinese scholars and civilians. Readers' feed-back regarding this preliminary study is thankfully welcome.|
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