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Senshō Murakami (村上専精, 1 May 1851 – 31 October 1929) was a Meiji period Buddhist scholar. He famously introduced Western scholarship on Buddhism for Japan, and because of this was forced to resign from Japanese Buddhist priesthood.村上重良, 「日本百年の宗教―排仏毀釈から創価学会まで」. Translated as Japanese Religion in the Modern Century. pp.56-7 in translation.

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Riben fo jiao shi gang / Cunshang Zhuanjing zhu ; Yang Zengwen yi ; Wang Xiangrong jiao
日本佛教史纲/ 村上专精著; 楊曾文译 ; 汪向荣校
Uniform title: Nihon Bukkyō shikō. Chinese
日本佛教史綱. Chinese
by Murakami, Senjō, 1851-1929
村上專精, 1851-1929
Beijing : Shang wu yin shu guan : Xin hua shu dian Beijing fa xing suo fa xing, 1981
北京 : 商务印书馆 : 新华书店北京发行所发行, 1981
Rokujūichinen : ichimei sekirara : denki Murakami Senshō / Murakami Senshō cho
六十一年 : 一名赤裸裸 : 伝記・村上専精 / 村上専精著
by Murakami, Senjō, 1851-1929
村上専精, 1851-1929
Tōkyō : Ōzorasha, 1993
東京 : 大空社, 1993
Riben fo jiao shi gang / [Cunshang Zhuanjing zhu ; Yang Zengwen yi]. Chu ding hou yu / [Fuyong Zhongji zhu]. Fo jiao xiu zheng yi / [Wang Jinrui yi]
日本佛教史綱 / [村上專精著; 楊曾文譯]. 出定後語/ [富永仲基著]. 佛教修證義/ [王進瑞譯]
Uniform title: Nihon Bukkyo shikō. Chinese
by Murakami, Senjō, 1851-1929
村上專精, 1851-1929
Taibei xian Xindian shi : Mi le chu ban she, Minguo 73 [1984]
台北縣新店市 : 彌勒出版社, 民國73 [1984]
Saishin gakusetsu joshi kyōikuron / Sawada Junjirō cho. Joshi kyōiku kanken / Murakami Senjō cho
最新学說女子敎育論 / 澤田順次郎著. 女子敎育管見 / 村上專精著
by Sawada, Junjirō
Tōkyō : Nihon Tosho Sentā, 2002
東京 : 日本図書センター, 2002
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