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Publications by Santikaro


Translations of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu

Book list (many translated by Santikaro)


Online articles


Print articles

"The Future of Suan Mokkh” in Radical Conservativism: Articles in Honour of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu’s 84th Birthday Anniversary, ed. Sulak Sivaraksa, et al. Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation, 1990: Bangkok.

"Buddhadasa Bhikkhu's Contribution to the World" in The Quest for a Just Society (1994: TICD, Bangkok)

“Buddhadasa Bhikkhu: Life & Society through the Natural Eyes of Voidness” in Engaged Buddhism: Buddhist Liberation Movements in Asia (pp. 147-193), eds. Christopher S. Queen and Sallie B. King (1996: SUNY, Albany, NY).

“The Four Noble Truths of Dhammic Socialism” in Entering the Realm of Reality (1998: INEB, Bangkok) and was a co-editor of this collection of papers.

“Modernity, Schmodernity” in Think Sangha Journal II, ed. Jon Watts (2000: INEB).

“Dhamma Walk around Songkhla Lake” in Dharma Rain: Sources of Buddhist Environmentalism (p. 206). Eds. Stephanie Kaza & Ken Kraft. 2000: Shambala, Boston.

“A Buddhist Perspective on Globalization” in Take It Personally: How Globalization Affects You and How to Fight Back (p. 238). Ed. Anita Roddick. 2001: Thorsons, London.

“Vinaya: A Modern Buddhist’s Guide to Global Consumer Culture” in Mindfulness in the Marketplace: Compassionate Responses to Consumerism (p. 301). Ed. Allan Hunt Badiner. 2002: Parallax Press, Berkeley, CA.

“Dana as a Remedy for Consumerism,” in Hooked! Ed. Stephanie Kaza. 2004: Shambala, Boston.


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