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 is a [[Japan]]ese Buddhist philosopher, educator, author, and [[nuclear disarmament]] advocate.<ref name=bethel></ref><ref name="ReferenceA"></ref><ref name=tricycle_nukes></ref> He has served as the third president and then honorary president of the [[Soka Gakkai]], the largest of Japan's [[Japanese new religions|new religious movement]]s.<ref></ref> Ikeda is the founding president of the [[Soka Gakkai International]] (SGI), the world's largest Buddhist lay organization with approximately 12 million practitioners in 192 countries and territories.<ref name=strand></ref>

Ikeda was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1928, to a family of seaweed farmers. He survived the devastation of World War II as a teenager, which he said left an indelible mark on his life and fueled his quest to solve the fundamental causes of human conflict. At age 19, Ikeda began practicing Nichiren Buddhism and joined a youth group of the Soka Gakkai Buddhist association, which led to his lifelong work developing the global peace movement of SGI and founding dozens of institutions dedicated to fostering peace, culture and education.Click here to see the full biography
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Watakushi no shakusonkan / Ikeda Daisaku
私の釈尊観 / 池田大作
by Ikeda, Daisaku, 1928-
池田大作, 1928-
Tōkyō : Bungei Shunjū, Shōwa 48 [1973]
東京 : 文藝春秋, 昭和48 [1973]
 
 
Uniform title: Seimei o kataru. English
by Ikeda, Daisaku, 1928-
Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. by Kodansha International/USA, through Harper & Row, 1982
 
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