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ARTICLES BY ROBERT AITKEN:
  • "Basho's Attitude of Mind: An Approach to Haiku." Journal of Oriental Literature 1 (July 1947): 36-39.
  • "Original Haiku Contributions." Journal of Oriental Literature 1 (July 1947): 40-41.
  • "Correcting our Approach to Buddhism." The Middle Way 37/3 (November 1962).
  • Two approaches to teaching English: [I.]
  • "Two Approaches to Teaching English, Idea Exchange 2/1& 2 (Jan-Feb 1967): 20-25.
  • "[An Article]" in Wind Bell Magazine. S.F. Zen Center, Vol. VIII, # 1-2, (Fall 1969). ISBN: B008466S3K
  • "LSD and the New American Zen." The Eastern Buddhist New Series 4/2 (October, 1971): 141-144.
  • "Samadhi and Cognition." AP Newsletter Association for Humanistic Psychology (November 1973): 1.
  • "Peace is the Way." Fellowship 40/4 (April 1974): 15.
  • "Yasutani Haku'un Roshi, 1885-1973." The Eastern Buddhist New Series 7/1 (May, 1974): 150-152.
  • "But You Know Your Moves." The Laughing Man Magazine 1 (September 1975): 25-29.
  • "Zen Cribbing." A review of The Sound of One Hand: 281 Zen Koans with Answers. Shambhala Review of Books and Ideas 5/1&2 (Winter 1976): 64-65.
  • "Thoughts on Ecumenicalism." Kalavinka. Voice of Dharma 2 /4 (September 15, 1977).
  • "Bodhi Day 1977, an Address to the West Maui Buddhist Association." Lahaina Jodo Mission Series 2 (1978).
  • "The Ultimate Coalition: Reflections on the Bangor Action." Coevolution Quarterly 19 (September 1978): 25-27.
  • "A Bodhi Day Address." Kavalinka Voice of Dharma 3/5 (December 1978): 2.
  • "The Second Grave Precept: No Stealing." The Ten Directions 1/ 3 (September 1980): 1.
  • "The First Precept: No Killing." Impulse 7/1 (Winter 1980): 42-44.
  • "Gandhi, Dogen and Deep Ecology." Zero 5 (1981): 52-58.
  • "The Cloud of Unknowing and the Mumonkan: Christian and Buddhist Meditation Methods." Buddhist-Christian Studies 1 (1981): 87-91.
  • A review of "Beyond Existentialism and Zen." Buddhist-Christian Studies 2 (1982):152-154.
  • "Zen Practice and Psychotherapy." The Journal of Transpersonal Psychology14/2 (1982): 161-170.
  • A review of "A Zen Forest: Savings of the Masters." The Eastern Buddhist New Series 15/2 (Autumn 1982): 149-152.
  • "Wallace Stevens and Zen." The Wallace Stevens Journal 6/3-4 (Fall 1982): 69-73.
  • "The Second Grave Precept: No Stealing." The Middle Way 58/3 (November 1983): 169-174.
  • "The Buddhist Way of Peace." Fellowship 8/12 (December 1983): 6.
  • "Poem: Ode to Rosa Parks." Earth First! Yule Edition 5/2 (December 1984): 28.
  • "Engaged Spirituality." Australian Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter (Autumn 1985): 6-7.
  • "Spiritual Practice and Social Action" with Joanna Macy. Australian Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter(Autumn 1985): 8-11.
  • "Soliloquy." Spring Wind, Buddhist Cultural Forum 5/3 (Fall 1985): 128-135.
  • A letter to the Editor of the Conscience and Military Tax Campaign Newsletter 22 (Spring 1986): 4.
  • "Views and Reviews: Play." The Eastern Buddhist New Series 19/1 (Spring 1986): 118-122.
  • "Buddhism Challenges the Peacemaker." Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter 8/ 3 ( Summer 1986).
  • "Not Killing." Whole Earth Review 51 (Summer 1986): 63.
  • A review of "The Sword of No-sword by John Stevens." The Eastern Buddhist New Series 19/2 (Autumn 1986): 133-137.
  • "Soliloquy." Mind Moon Circle (Fall 1986): 2-5.
  • "Sisters and Brothers Sutra." Mind Moon Circle (Winter 1986): 2-9.
  • "The Tail of The Buffalo." The Middle Way 61/4 (February 1987): 215-217.
  • "The Paramitas." Mind Moon Circle (Spring 1987): 1-5.
  • "The Middle Way." Parabola, A Magazine of Myth and Tradition 12/ 2 (May 1987): 40-43.
  • "Buddhism and Peace." Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter (Summer 1987): 9-10.
  • "The Second PaIamita." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 1987): 1-5.
  • "Play." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 1987): 2-6.
  • "The Future of Zen Buddhism in the West." Mind Moon Circle (Winter 1987): 1-3.
  • "The Five Modes of Tung-shan, translation and with commentary by Robert Aitken Roshi." Avaloka: A Journal of Traditional Religion and Culture 2/1 (Winter Solstice 1987): 3-12.
  • The Five Modes of Tung-shan, Modes III, IV and V, translation and with commentary by Robert Aitken Roshi." Avaloka: A Journal of Traditional Religion and Culture 2/2 (Summer Solstice 1988): 3-12.
  • "TheThird Paramita, Ksanti." Mind Moon Circle (Autumn 1988): 1-3.
  • "Pranidhana PaIamita." Mind Moon Circle (Spring 1989): 1-4.
  • "The Prayna PaIamita." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 1989): 1-6.
  • "Words from the Roshi." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 1989): 14-15.
  • "Guatemalan Journal." Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter (Fall 1989): 16-18.
  • "Translation: Wu-men Kuan, Case 11: 'Chao-chou and the Hermits'." The Eastern Buddhist. New Series 22/2 (Autumn 1989): 78-84.
  • "The UpayaPaIamita." Mind Moon Circle (Autumn 1989): 1-4.
  • "Kanzeon." Mind Moon Circle (Winter 1989): 1-6.
  • "Tax Resistance in Context." Mountain Record (Fall- Winter 1989-90): 23-25.
  • "The Dragon Who Never Sleeps: Verses for Zen Buddhist Practice." Eastern Buddhist. New Series 23/ 1 (Spring 1990): 45-55.
  • "Words from the Roshi." Interesting Times: Newsletter of the Columbia Willamette Greens 2/5 (May 1990): 11.
  • "Right Livelihood for the Western Buddhist." An article in Dharma Gaia: A Harvest of Essays in Buddhism and Ecology.edited by Allan Hunt Badiner. Parallax Press. (April, 1990). ISBN-10: 0938077309; ISBN-13: 978-0938077305.
  • "Right Livelihood for the Western Buddhist." Primary Point: An International Journal of Buddhism 7/2 (Summer 1990): 19.
  • "Intercepting the Precepts." Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter (Spring 1991): 23-24.
  • "Authority and Exploitation- Three Voices: Robert Aitken, David Steindl-Rast and Diane Shainberg." Tricycle1/ 1 (Fall 1991): 67-72.
  • "Giving: The First Paramita." Turning Wheel (Fall 1991): 12-15.
  • "Engaged Anarchism." Turning Wheel (Fall 1991): 23.
  • "Resisting This Crazy War." Buddhist Peace Fellowship Newsletter (Winter 1991): 13-14.
  • "On Translation: The Rectification of Names [updated 2010]." Tricycle 1/2 (Winter 1991): 79.
  • "Zen talks, essays, and prefaces: An unedited collection ". (1992). ISBN: B0006R5TYY
  • "Buddhism and Ecology." Pontificium Consilium pro Dialogo inter Religiones Bulletin 79 (1992): 58-65.
  • "Sangha Diamante- Una Breva Historia." Viento Dorado 1/1 (June 1992): 71-74.
  • "The Bodhisattva Vows." Tricycle 1/4 (Summer 1992): 63-65.
  • "Doors." Turning Wheel (Winter 1992): 27.
  • "Contemplation and Action (1): Engaged Buddhism from a Zen Perspective." Studies in Formative Spirituality Special Issue: A Buddhist-Christian Dialogue 14/1 (February 1993): 91-104.
  • "Buddhist as Revolutionary, A Conversation with Robert Aitken." Inquiring Mind: A Semi -annual Journal of the Vipassana Community 9/2 (Spring 1993): L
  • "Giving the First Paramita." Mountain Record 11/3 (Spring 1993): 33.
  • A review of "No Barrier: Unlocking the Zen Koan by Thomas Cleary." Tricycle 2/4 (Summer 1993): 88-90.
  • "About Money." Turning Wheel (Summer 1993): 15-16.
  • "'We Are All the Same Being': A Buddhist Perspective." ESA Advocate 15/6 (July- August 1993): 2-3.
  • "Lay Livelihood is the True Way." "Lay Practice," Mountain Record, Vol. XII, No. 2, (Winter 1993. ASIN: B000MTVWJC; ASIN: B006HGS4N6
  • A letter to the Editor of Tricycle 3/2 (Winter 1993): 84-85.
  • "Ancestors: Dwight Goddard." Tricycle 3/3 (Spring 1994): 14-16.
  • "Right Speech." Turning Wheel (Winter 1994): 15-17.
  • A review of "Master Dogen's Shobogenzo, Book 1 translated by Gudo Nishimura and Chodo Cross." Buddhist Christian Studies 15 (1995): 265-268.
  • "Satori-Sunyata in Zen Buddhism." Pontificium Consilium pro Dialogo inter Religiones Bulletin 90 (1995): 285-294.
  • A review of "The Essential Teachings of Zen Master Hakuin: A Translation of the Sokko-roku Kaian-fusetsuby Norman Waddell." The Eastern Buddhist 28/1 (Spring 1995): 163-164.
  • "Prevailing views, right views." Religious Socialism 19/2(Spring 1995): 1, 4-6.
  • "Death: A Zen Buddhist Perspective." University of Hawai'i at Manoa Buddhist Studies Program (Summer Session 1995): 7.
  • "Tools for the Garden." Seed Cloud (Summer 1995): 22-23.
  • "Maezumi Haku'yu Taizan, Roshi." Mountain Record 14/1 (Fall 1995): 55.
  • "Lin-chi For Our Time." Blind Donkey, September 1995
  • "The Christian-Buddhist Life and Works of Dwight Goddard." Buddhist Christian Studies16 (1996): 3-10.
  • "Shunning and Intervention." Turning Wheel (Spring 1996): 19.
  • "Roundtable with: Robert Aitken, Richard Baker Roshi, Ram Dass, Joan Halifax." Tricycle (Fall 1996): 101-109.
  • "No Shadow Draws the Water - Imaginative Interaction as Play." A chapter in the "Play and Work" Issue - Parabola - Myth, Tradition, and the Search for Meaning. (Winter 1996). ISBN: B001T70ZTE
  • "A Letter from Roshi." Mind Moon Circle (Spring 1997): 28.
  • "Right Speech: Plunging Consciously into Karma." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 1997): 1-4.
  • "Do You Remember?" Kenyon Review. New Series 19/1 (Winter 1997):22-25.
  • "The Dhyana Paramita." Mind Moon Circle (Spring 1998): 1-4.
  • "Buddhadasa and the BASE Community Ideal." Turning Wheel (Summer 1998): 28-30.
  • "Remembering R.H. Blyth." Tricycle (Spring 1998): 22-25.
  • "A Commentary on Dogen's Fukan Zazengi." Bright Water (Winter 1998)
  • "Buddhism Without Walls." Tricycle (Spring 1999): 44-51.
  • "Case 13 Blue Cliff Record." Pathless Path 1/6 (April 1999).
  • "Case 13 Blue Cliff Record (continued)." Pathless Path 1/7 (May 1999).
  • "Right Reading." Tricycle (Summer 1999): 94.
  • "The Blue Cliff Record, Case 3, Ma-Tsu: Unwell." Mind Moon Circle (Autumn 1999): 7-12.
  • "Robert Aitken Responds (to Yasutani Roshi: The Hardest Koan). Tricycle Fall 1999): 67-68.
  • "Stoneless Pieces: Coyote Roshi Goroku." Mind Moon Circle (Winter 1999): 20.
  • "The Dance of Affinity." The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies 18/1 (1999): 23-28.
  • "Greetings from Robert Aitken, Roshi." Zen for Insiders 1/2 (December 1999): 2.
  • "The Shadow of the Mountain." Mind Moon Circle (Summer 2000): 1-6.
  • "Formal Practice: Buddhist or Christian." Buddhist-Christian Studies Volume 22 (2002): 63-76.
  • "Restorative Justice: Polynesian Style." Hawai'i Island Journal (February 1-15 2002): 15.
  • "Zen in English Literature and Oriental Classics." Buddhadharma (Winter 2002): 81.
  • "In It for the Long Haul." Turning Wheel (Winter 2002-2003): 13.
  • "It Doesn't Begin with Honesty." "Compassion" Issue – Parabola - Myth, Tradition, and the Search for Meaning. Vol. 28:1 (Spring 2003). ISBN B000VYXE08.
  • "Giving Full Circle." Tricycle (Summer 2003): 42.
  • "New Wine in Old Bottles." A Discussion of The Feeling Buddha: A Buddhist Psychology of Character, and Passion" and "Zen Therapy: Transcending the Sorrows of the Human Mind" by David Brazier (2000).
  • "Koan after Koan." Thomas Gale: Poetry (Nov. 7, 2006). [unverified–this article is not in Robert Aitken's bibliography.]
  • "Wisdom." Ecobuddhism.org (2008)
  • "Who hears? A Zen Buddhist perspective." Honolulu: University of Hawai`i Press (2010). [unverified–this article is not in Robert Aitken's bibliography.]
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