Kurzbiografie

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Universität Kyōto.

Yasutaka Muroya arbeitet seit April 2015 am Institut für Kultur- und Geistesgeschichte Asiens. Sein Hauptaugenmerk liegt auf der Geschichte der philosophischen Traditionen Südasiens sowie der Handschriftenüberlieferung. Er forscht über Śāntarakṣitas Vādanyāyaṭīkā im Rahmen des FWF-Projekts Debatte und Rationale Argumentation im Buddhismus Südasiens.

 


Ausgewählte Artikel

  • Some Remarks on the Kundeling Manuscript of Śāntarakṣita’s Vādanyāyaṭīkā, in: Birgit Kellner, Jowita Kramer and Xuezhu Li (eds.), Sanskrit Manuscripts in China (II), Beijing: China Tibetology Publishing House. (in print)
  • Vācaspati Miśra and the copyists of the Nyāyabhāṣya. In: Cristina Pecchia (ed.), Editing Sanskrit Texts. Practices, methods, and dynamics in premodern and modern South Asia, Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. (in print)
  • Remarks on fragmentary Sanskrit texts of the Nyāyamukha, Indian Logic / Indo ronrigaku kenkyū 10, 2017 (2018), 93-140. (Japanese)
  • On Parallel Passages in the Nyāya Commentaries of Vācaspati Miśra and Bhaṭṭa Vāgīśvara. In: Elisa Freschi and Philipp A. Maas (eds.), Adaptive Reuse: Aspects of Creativity in South Asian Cultural History. [Abhandlung für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 101]. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 2017, 135-153. (open access)
  • The Nyāyamukha and udghaṭitajña, Journal of Indian Philosophy 45(2), 2017, 281–311. (doi:10.1007/s10781-016-9309-8) (Springer Link)
  • Aniruddha’s reference to “Mañjarīkāra” fragments and their relation to Vācaspati Miśra and Bhaṭṭa Vāgīśvara. In: Hiroshi Marui and Ernst Prets (eds.), Transmission and Tradition: The Meaning and the Role of “Fragments” in Indian Philosophy. (in print)
  • On the Kongōji and Kōshōji Manuscripts of the Fangbian xin lun, Koshakyō Kenkyūjo Kiyō [Journal of the Research Institute for Old Japanese Manuscripts of Buddhist Scriptures], volume 1, 2016, 13-34.
  • Postscript: On the Kongōji and Kōshōji manuscripts of the Fangbian xin lun, Journal of the Research Institute for Old Japanese Manuscripts of Buddhist Scriptures 1 (2016), 1p. (online publication, http://id.nii.ac.jp/1153/00000349/)
  • Jayanta as referred to by Udayana and Gaṅgeśa. In: Isabelle Ratié and Eli Franco (eds.), Around Abhinavagupta: Aspects of the Intellectual History of Kashmir from the 9th to the 11th Centuries. Berlin: Lit, 2016, 299-340.