An inter­view with

Ernst Steinkellner

Pos­i­tion & Affil­i­ation: Emer­it­us Pro­fess­or of Buddhist and Tibetan Stud­ies, Uni­ver­sity of Vienna
Date: April 13, 2019 in Vienna, Austria
Inter­viewed by: Anna Sehnalova

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Oral His­tory of Tibetan Stud­ies. (2021, Decem­ber 2). An inter­view with Ernst Steinkell­ner. Retrieved 15 June 2024, from https://oralhistory.iats.info/interviews/ernst-steinkellner/.
“An inter­view with Ernst Steinkell­ner.” Oral His­tory of Tibetan Stud­ies, 2 Dec. 2021, https://oralhistory.iats.info/interviews/ernst-steinkellner/.
Oral His­tory of Tibetan Stud­ies. 2021. An inter­view with Ernst Steinkell­ner. [online], Avail­able at: https://oralhistory.iats.info/interviews/ernst-steinkellner/ [Accessed 15 June 2024]
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Pro­fess­or Steinkell­ner, a stu­dent of the late Prof. Erich Frauwall­ner, received his doc­tor­ate in 1963 on the Naiyāyika Śakaras­vāmin and began his aca­dem­ic career in 1961 as a research assist­ant to Frauwall­ner. He habil­it­ated at the Uni­ver­sity of Vienna with the edi­tion and trans­la­tion of Dhar­makīrti’s Het­u­bindu and remained in Vienna as a uni­ver­sity assist­ant and lec­turer until 1971, when he moved to the Uni­ver­sity of Pennsylvania, Phil­adelphia, where he became asso­ci­ate pro­fess­or of Indi­an philo­sophy in 1972.

In 1973 he returned to the newly estab­lished Chair of Buddhist and Tibetan Stud­ies at the Uni­ver­sity of Vienna and foun­ded the Depart­ment of Tibetan and Buddhist Stud­ies. He was a vis­it­ing pro­fess­or at the uni­ver­sit­ies of Kyōto (1982) and Oxford (1992). In 1977 he foun­ded the mono­graph series “Wien­er Stud­i­en zur Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde” (Vien­nese Stud­ies in Tibetan and Buddhist Stud­ies) and is the edit­or and edit­or­i­al advisor to sev­er­al aca­dem­ic journ­als and com­pan­ies. Since 1988 he has been a full mem­ber of the Aus­tri­an Academy of Sciences.

After his dis­ser­ta­tion on a Nyāya top­ic, Prof. Steinkell­ner­’s schol­arly interest shif­ted to the tra­di­tions of Buddhist philo­sophy. The Buddhist tra­di­tion of epi­stem­o­logy and logic has been a major focus of his work since the mid-1960s, and he has devoted a con­sid­er­able num­ber of philo­lo­gic­al, his­tor­ic­al and sys­tem­at­ic books and art­icles to this tradition.

In addi­tion to this main line of research, he pub­lished a new Ger­man trans­la­tion of the Bod­hi­caryāvatāra in 1981 and an Eng­lish trans­la­tion in 2019, stud­ies and texts on the Buddhist argu­ments for rebirth, on the early his­tory of the Tibetan inter­pret­a­tion of the Buddhist her­it­age, and on the early Buddhist anāt­mavāda.

In 1991 he led a joint exped­i­tion with mem­bers of IsMEO, Rome, and the Vienna Depart­ment to Tabo Mon­as­tery, Spiti, where he ini­ti­ated the recon­struc­tion and descrip­tion of its manu­scripts and frag­ments, the edi­tion of the mon­as­tery’s inscrip­tions and a sur­vey of West­ern Tibetan inscriptions.

In 2004, he con­cluded an agree­ment with Lhagpa Phunt­shok between the China Tibet­o­logy Research Centre, Beijing, and the Aus­tri­an Academy of Sci­ences, which provided access to the cop­ies of the Sanskrit manu­scripts from the TAR, and foun­ded the series “Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonom­ous Region”, which reached its 19th volume 19 in 2016

He is cur­rently pre­par­ing an edi­tion of Devendrabuddhi’s Sam­band­haparīkṣāvṛtti for this series, as well as a new Eng­lish trans­la­tion of Dhar­makīrti’s Het­u­bindu, which will also be pub­lished in this series

His main schol­arly goals are to improve the philo­lo­gic­al basis for the study of Buddhist philo­soph­ic­al and spir­itu­al tra­di­tions, to provide con­tex­tu­al inter­pret­a­tions of Buddhist ideas and their devel­op­ment, and to appre­ci­ate the ori­gin­al con­tri­bu­tions of Tibetan philo­soph­ers and schol­ars to the Buddhist tradition.

Writ­ten by Ernst Steinkellner

Schriftenverzeichnis Ernst Steinkellner (Juni 2020)

 

Selbständige Abhandlungen

 

  1. Augen­blick­lich­keits­be­weis und Gottes­be­weis bei Śaṅkara­svāmin. Dis­ser­ta­tion (ungedruckt), Wien 1963, 123 Seiten.

2a.     Dhar­makīrti’s Het­u­binduḥ. Teil I (Tibet­ischer und Sanskrit-Text). Wien 1967, 115 Seiten.

2b.     Dhar­makīrti’s Het­u­binduḥ. Teil II (Über­set­zung und Anmerkun­gen). Wien 1967, 220 Seiten. [Nr. 2ab besprochen von A. Kunst in BSOAS 31, 1968, 404–406; A. Bar­eau in Revue de l’His­toire de Reli­gions 1969, 227; K.K. Raja in ALB 33, 1969, 397f.; L. Rocher in JAOS 89, 1969, 784f.; K. Eschin­gen in Philo­soph­is­cher Lit­er­atur­an­zei­ger 21, 1968, 282–285; T. Vet­ter in IIJ 12, 1969, 61f.]

  1. Dhar­makīrtiʼs Pramāavin­iś­caya, Zweites Kapitel: Svārthānumā­nam. Teil I (Tibet­ischer Text und Sanskrit­texte). Wien 1973, 119 Seiten. [Besprochen von K.K. Raja in ALB 38, 1974, 18f.; Ph. Den­wood in BSOAS 38, 1975, 219]
  2. Verse-Index of Dhar­makīrti’s Works (Tibetan Ver­sions). Wien 1977, 225 Seiten. [Besprochen von L. van der Kuijp in PhEW 29, 1979, 106f.]
  3. Dhar­makīrtiʼs Pramāavin­iś­caya, Zweites Kapitel: Svārthānumā­nam. Teil II (Über­set­zung und Anmerkun­gen). Wien 1979, 163 Seiten. [Besprochen von K.K. Raja in ALB 44–45, 1980–1981, 95f.; J.R. Joshi in ABORI 64, 1983, 291]
  4. rNam thar sgo gsum gyi rnam par bźag pa, legs bśad rgya mtshoʼi rba rlabs by Guṅ thaṅ dKon mchog bsTan paʼi sgron  me. Edited, Wien 1981, 19 Seiten.
  5. Śān­tideva, Der Ein­tritt in das Leben zur Erleuch­tung (Bod­hi­caryāvatāra). Aus dem Sanskrit über­set­zt, Köln 1981, 2. Auflage 1989, 3. Auflage 1997, 160 Seiten, 4. “aktu­al­is­ierte” Auflage 2005.
  6. Dhar­mot­taras Paralokasiddhi. Nach­weis der Wiederge­burt, zugleich eine Wider­le­gung mater­i­al­istischer Thesen zur Natur der Geistigkeit. Der tibet­ische Text krit­isch heraus­gegeben und über­set­zt. Wien 1986. 59 Seiten. [Besprochen von: J.W. de Jong in IIJ 33, 1990, 66–69; F. Tola — C. Dragon­etti in REB 4, 1992–93, 175–177]
  7. Nach­weis der Wiederge­burt, Pra­jñāsen­as ’Jig rten pha rol sgrub pa, ein früh­er tibet­ischer Text aus Dun­huang. Mit sein­en Glossen dip­lo­mat­isch heraus­gegeben, über­set­zt und mit Anmerkun­gen verse­hen. 2 Teile, Wien 1988. 45 + 53 Seiten, 7 Tafeln. [Besprochen von: Per Kvaerne in AO 51, 1990, 308f.; J.W. de Jong in IIJ 33, 1990, 66–69; M. Tatz in JAOS 111, 1991, 204f.]
  8. (mit Helmut Krass­er) Dhar­mot­taras Exkurs zur Defin­i­tion gülti­ger Erkennt­nis im Pramāavin­iś­caya, (Mater­i­ali­en zur Defin­i­tion gülti­ger Erken­nt­nis in der Tra­di­tion Dharma­kīrtis 1.) Tibet­ischer Text, Sanskrit­ma­ter­i­ali­en und Über­set­zung. 104 Seiten. Wien 1989. [Besprochen von K.K. Raja in ALB 53, 1989, 216f.; A. Way­man in JAOS 111, 1991, 419; E. Franco in IIJ 36, 1993, 266–268]
  9. (mit Michael T. Much) Texte der erken­nt­nis­the­or­et­ischen Schule des Buddhis­mus (Sys­tem­at­ische Über­sicht über die buddhistische Sanskrit-Lit­er­­at­ur II). XX + 137 Seiten. Göt­tin­gen 1995. Besprochen von K. Bhat­tacharya in BEI 13–14, 1995–96, 528–530; V. Eltschinger in ASt 50, 1996, 691–693; F. Tola — C. Dragon­etti in Bolet­in de la Asociacion Española de Ori­ent­alis­tas 33, 1997, 422 f., und in Rev­ista de Estu­di­os Budis­tas 12, 1996–98, 73 f.; M. Mejor in WZKS 47, 2003, 229–231]

11a.   SUEBS online. Bib­li­o­grafis­che Daten­bank zur erken­nt­n­is­the­or­et­isch-logis­chen Schule des Buddhis­mus, erstellt von Birgit Kell­ner auf der Grundlage von Steinkell­ner und Much 1995: http://www.istb.univie.ac.at/cgi-bin/suebs/suebs.cgi.

  1. Sud­hana’s Mira­cu­lous Jour­ney in the Temple of Ta pho. The inscrip­tion­al text of the Tibetan Gaṇḍavyūhasūtra edited with intro­duct­ory remarks. (Serie Ori­entale Roma 76). 114 Seiten. 8 Karten. Roma 1995. [Besprochen von A. Her­­r­mann-Pfandt in CAJ 41, 1997, 293–295; Per K. Soer­ensen in SCEAR 10, 1997, 69–73; Hubert Decleer in The Tibet Journ­al 24.2, 1999, 75–83; J. W. de Jong in Indo-Ira­n­i­an Journ­al 42.2, 1999, 171–172]
  2. A Short Guide to the Sud­hana Frieze in the Temple of Ta pho. 4 Tafeln, 61 Seiten. Wien 1996.
  3. A Tale of Leaves. On Sanskrit Manu­scripts in Tibet, their Past and their Future. 2003 Gonda Lec­ture. 39 Seiten. Ams­ter­dam: Roy­al Neth­er­lands Academy of Arts and Sci­ences 2004. (http://www.oeaw.ac.at/ias/Mat/steinkellner_leaves.pdf)

14a.   Bod kyi ta la’i lo ma dpe cha’i das don daø ma ’oøs pa’i ½ib ’jug bya staøs skor rags tsam gleø pa. Tibet Palm-Leaf Manu­scripts Stud­ies 2016, 79–113 (tibet­ische Über­set­zung von bDe khaø bSod nams Chos rgyal)

  1. Dignāga’s Pramāṇasamuc­caya, Chapter 1. A hypo­thet­ic­al recon­struc­tion of the Sanskrit text with the help of the two Tibetan trans­la­tions on the basis of the hitherto known Sanskrit frag­ments and the lin­guist­ic mater­i­als gained from Jin­endrabuddhi’s Ṭīkā. IX + 35 Seiten. http:// www.oeaw.ac.at/ias/Mat/dignaga_PS_1.pdf (April 2005)
  2. (gemein­sam mit) Helmut Krass­er, Horst Lasic, Jin­endrabuddhi’s Pramāṇasamuc­cay­aṭīkā, Chapter 1. Part I: Crit­ic­al Edi­tion. (STTAR 1/I), pp. lx + 209; Part II: Dip­lo­mat­ic Edi­tion with a Manu­script Descrip­tion by Anne Mac­Don­ald. (STTAR 1/II), pp. xxxviii + 161. Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – VÖAW 2005. [Besprochen von Eli Franco in JIPh 34, 2006, 221–227; Richard P. Hayes in JAOS 129.1, 2009, 128–129]
  3. Dharmakīrti’s Pramāavin­iś­caya, Chapters 1 and 2. Crit­ic­ally edited. (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonom­ous Region 2), pp. xvlviii + 142, 8 fotos. Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – VÖAW 2007.  [Besprochen von Har­unaga Isaac­son in Manu­script Cul­tures, News­let­ter 2, 2009, 13–20]
  4. (gemein­sam mit Li Xuezhu), Vasubandhu’s Pañcaskand­haka. Crit­ic­ally edited with a con­tri­bu­tion by Toru Tomabe­chi. (Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonom­ous Region 4), pp. xxvii + 107, Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – VÖAW 2008. [Besprochen von Akio Min­oura in BukkyŠgaku Seminð 89, 2009, 95–106; Hart­mut Bues­cher in IIJ 53, 2010, 331–358; Yoshi­hito Mur­oji in Saṃb­hāṣā 29, 2011, 90–94]
  5. (gemein­sam mit) Horst Lasic, Helmut Krass­er, Jin­endrabuddhi’s Pramāṇasamuc­cay­aṭīkā, Chapter 2. Part I: Crit­ic­al Edi­tion. (STTAR 15/1), pp. xv + 149; Part II: Dip­lo­mat­ic Edi­tion. (STTAR 152), pp. ix + 111. Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – VÖAW 2012.
  6. Dhar­makīrtis frühe Logik. Annotierte Über­set­zung der logis­chen Teile von Pramāṇavðrt­tika 1 mit der Vṛtti. I. Intro­duc­tion, Über­set­zung, Ana­lyse. II. Intro­duc­tion, Anmerkun­gen, Anhänge etc. (Stu­dia Philo­lo­gica Buddh­ica. Mono­graph Series XXIXa,b). Tokyo: The Inter­na­tion­al Insti­tute for Buddhist Stud­ies 2013. I. pp. xliv + 142, II. pp. ix + 454.
  7. The Edi­tion of Śāntarakṣit­a’s Vādanyāy­aṭīkā Col­lated with the Kun­del­ing Manu­script. (WSTB 82) Wien: Arbeit­skre­is für tibet­ische und buddhistische Stud­i­en, Uni­versität Wien 2014, pp. xxiii + 62.
  8. Dharmakīrti’s Het­u­bindu. Crit­ic­ally edited by Ernst Steinkell­ner on the basis of pre­par­at­ory work by Helmut Krass­er † with a trans­lit­er­a­tion of the Gil­git frag­ment by Klaus Wille. (STTAR 19) Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – Aus­tri­an Academy of Sci­ences Press 2016, pp. xxxvi + 123.
  9. Early Indi­an Epi­stem­o­logy and Logic. Frag­ments from Jinendrabuddhi’s Pramð‰asamuc­cayaÝīkð 1 and 2. (Stu­dia Philo­lo­gica Buddh­ica. Mono­graph Series 35) Tokyo: The Inter­na­tion­al Insti­tute for Buddhist Stud­ies 2017, pp. xxviii + 282.
  10. (with Cyn­thia Peck-Kubaczek) µðntideva’s Bod­hi­caryðvatðra. A translation.

          https://www.oeaw.ac.at/fileadmin/Institute/IKGA/PDF/di­gitales/Steinkell­ner­_an­d_Peck-Kubaczek_2019.PDF. Pp. 111.

(An extract from Buddha Mind – Christ Mind. A Chris­ti­an Com­ment­ary on the Bod­hi­caryðvatðra. By Perry Schmidt-Leuk­­el. With a new Trans­la­tion by Ernst Steinkell­ner, and Cyn­thia Peck-Kubaczek. (Chris­ti­an Com­ment­ar­ies on Non-Chris­ti­an Sac­red Texts 9) Leuven – Par­is – Bris­tol, CT: Peeters 2019. Pp. XXVI+586.

 

Abhandlungen in Zeitschriften und Sammelbänden und online

  1. Die Lit­er­at­ur des Älter­en Nyāya. WZKS 5, 1961, 149–162
  2. Zur Zit­i­er­weise Kamalaśīla’s. WZKS 7, 1963, 116–150
  3. Vard­hamāna als Kom­ment­at­or Gaṅgeśa’s. WZKS 8, 1964, 182–223
  4. Zu Īśvarasen­a’s Lehre vom Grund. WZKS 10, 1966, 73–85
  5. Die Entwicklung des kṣaṇikatvānumā­nam bei Dhar­makīrti. WZKS 12–13, 1968, 361–377

5a.     Dhar­makīrti ni okeru set­sunamet­sur­on­shō no hat­ten. In: Ryukoku Daigaku Bukkyōgak­uken­kyūsho Nen­pō 7, 1994, (1)-(17). (japan­is­che Über­set­zung von Nor­iyama Satori)

  1. Wirk­lich­keit und Begriff bei Dhar­makīrti. WZKS 15, 1971, 179–211
  2. New Sanskrit Frag­ments of Pramāṇavin­iś­cay­aḥ, First Chapter. WZKS 16, 1972, 199–206
  3. Buddhapar­inir­vāṇastotram. Tibet­ischer Text und Über­setzung. WZKS 17, 1973, 43–48
  4. On the inter­pret­a­tion of the svab­hāva­het­uḥ. WZKS 18, 1974, 117–129
  5. Der Ein­lei­tungs­vers von Dhar­mot­tara’s Apo­haprakaraṇam. WZKS 20, 1976, 123–124
  6. On the date and works of the Naiyāyika Śaṅkaras­vāmin. WZKS 21, 1977, 212–218
  7. Jñān­aśrīmitra’s Sar­va­jñasiddhiḥ. In: Pra­jñāpāram­itā and Related Sys­tems. Stud­ies in Hon­or of Edward Conze. Berke­ley Buddhist Stud­ies Series, 1977, 383–393
  8. Yogis­che Erken­nt­nis als Prob­lem im Buddhis­mus. In: Transzendenz­erfahrung, Vollzug­sho­ri­zont des Heils. Wien, 1978, 121–134
  9. Remarks on Tan­trist­ic Her­men­eut­ics. In: Pro­ceed­ings of the Csoma de Körös Sym­posi­um (Bibl. Ori­ent. Hung. 23), Bud­apest 1978, 445–458
  10. Mis­zel­len zur erken­nt­n­is­the­or­et­isch-logis­chen Schule des Buddhis­mus (= MESB): I. Zur Datier­ung Karṇak­agom­ins.  WZKS 23, 1979, 141–150
  11. MESB II. Sanskrit-Frag­­mente der Pramāṇavin­iś­cay­aṭīkā, 2. Kapitel. WZKS 23, 1979, 150–154
  12. Some Sanskrit-Frag­­ments of Jin­endrabuddhi’s Viśālāma­lavatī. In: A Cor­pus of Indi­an Stud­ies, Essays in Hon­our of Pro­fess­or Gaur­inath Sastri. Cal­cutta 1980, 96–105
  13. A Lit­er­ary Source for Late 18th Cen­tury Spoken Tibetan (Amdowa). Acta Ori­entalia Hun­gar­icae 34, 1980, 245–248

18a.   Yi fen shiba shiji mo ye you guan Zangyu kou yu (Ando fangy­an)  de wenxue ziliao. In: Qing­hai min­zu xuey­uan xuabao (shehui kexue ban) 1982,2, 29–31. (chin­es­is­che Über­set­zung von Wang Yao)

  1. MESB III. Zur Liste der sechzehn Arten der Nichtbeob­ach­tung. WZKS 25, 1981, 213–216
  2. Philo­lo­gic­al remarks on Śākyam­ati’s Pramāṇavārt­tikaṭīkā. In: Stud­i­en zum Jain­is­mus und Buddhis­mus. Gedenk­s­chrift für Lud­wig Als­dorf. Wies­baden 1980, 283–295
  3. The Spir­itu­al Place of the Epi­stem­o­lo­gic­al Tra­di­tion in Buddhism. Nanto Bukkyō 49, 1982, 1–18
  4. Tshad ma’i skyes bu — Mean­ing and His­tor­ic­al Sig­ni­fic­ance of the Term. In: Pro­ceed­ings of the Csoma de Körös Sym­posi­um Velm-Wien, Vol. 2. Wien 1983, 275–284 (Reprint: Del­hi 1995)
  5. svab­hāvaprat­ibandha again. Acta Indo­lo­gica 6, 1984 (Stud­ies of Mys­ti­cism in Hon­or of the 1150th Anniversary of Kobo-Daishi’s Nir­vāṇam), 457–476
  6. MESB IV. Can­drag­om­in, der Autor des Nyāyasiddhy­āloka. WZKS 28, 1984, 177–178
  7. Anme­rkungen zu ein­er buddhistischen Texttra­di­tion: Para­­loka­­siddhi. Anzei­ger ÖAdW, ph-Kl., 121. Jg., 1984, 79–94
  8. MESB V. A Page Miss­ing From the Edi­tions of Śānta­rakşita’s Vādanyāy­aṭīkā. WZKS 29, 1985, 211–213
  9. On a Newly Iden­ti­fied Manu­script of the Het­u­binduṭīkā in the Asi­at­ic Soci­ety of Bengal. The Journ­al of the Asi­at­ic Soci­ety 27,4, 1985, 78–83
  10. Paralokasiddhi-texts. In: Buddhism and Its Rela­tion to Oth­er Reli­gions. Essays in Hon­or of Dr. Shozen Kumoi on His Sev­en­ti­eth Birth­day. Kyoto 1985, 215–224. 1988, Sp.X
  11. Remarks on niś­ci­t­agrahaṇa. In: Ori­entalia Iosephi Tucci Memori­ae Dicata. Ed. G. Gnoli et L. Lan­ci­otti, (Serie Ori­entale Roma LVI, 3). Roma 1988, 1427–1444
  12. Meth­od­o­lo­gic­al Remarks on the Con­sti­tu­tion of Sanskrit Texts From the Buddhist pramāṇa-Tra­di­tion. WZKS 32, 1988, 103–129
  13. Das Leiden im Buddhis­mus. In: Von der Erken­nt­nis des Leides. Picus Ver­lag, Wien 1988, 91–98
  14. MESB VI. A New Approach Towards Improv­ing our Tex­tu­al Basis for Under­stand­ing Dignāga’s Pramāṇasamuc­cayavṛtti. WZKS 33, 1989, 177–180
  15. MESB VII. Anoth­er Note on pramāabhūta. WZKS 33, 1989, 180–181
  16. Who is Byaṅ chub rdzu ʼphrul? Tibetan and Non-Tibetan Com­ment­ar­ies on the Saņd­hinir­mocanasūtra — a Sur­vey of the Lit­er­at­ure. Ber­liner Indo­lo­gis­che Stud­i­en 4/5, 1989, 229–251
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  18. 36. Is Dhar­makīrti a Mād­hyami­ka? In: Earli­est Buddhism and Mad­hya­maka. D. Sey­fort Ruegg and L. Schmithausen, Leiden etc. 1990, 72–90
  19. MESB VIII. Two New Frag­ments from the Vŗtti on Pramāṇasamuc­caya I 23b — A Sup­ple­ment to MESB V. WZKS 34, 1990, 209f
  20. (mit K. Mat­suda) The Sanskrit Manu­script of Dharmakīrti‘s Pramāavin­iś­caya, Report on a Single Folio Frag­ment From the Nation­al Archives Col­lec­tion, Kath­mandu. WZKS 35, 1991, 139–149
  21. 39. Apro­pos of Lindtner‘s Two New Works of Dhar­makīrti. In: Pra­jñājyoti. Pro­fess­or Dr. Gopikamo­han Bhat­tacharya Com­mem­or­a­tion Volume. Ed. D.S. Sharma, M. Baner­jee. Kur­uk­sh­etra 1991, 277–286
  22. 40. Dhar­makīrti on the Infer­ence of Effect (kārya). In: Papers in Hon­our of Pro­fess­or Ji Xian­lin on the Occa­sion of His 80th Birth­day. Beijing 1991, Vol. II, 711–736
  23. The Logic of the svab­hāva­hetu in Dharmakīrti‘s Vādanyāya. In: Pro­ceed­ings of the Second Inter­na­tion­al Dhar­makīrti Con­fer­ence Vienna 1989, Wien 1991, 311–324
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  25. Lamotte and the Concept of anupalabdhi. In: Études Bouddhiques offertes a Jacques May (Asi­at­ische Stud­i­en — Études Asi­atiques 46/1, 1992), 398–410
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  28. 46. Śāky­abuddhi’s Com­ment­ary on PV I 3 (=5) and its Vṛtti. WZKS 38, 1994, 379–387
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  37. The Ṣaṣṭit­an­tra on Per­cep­tion, a Col­lec­tion of Frag­ments. In: Asi­at­ische Stud­i­en 53,3, 1999, 667–677
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  49. In: Ernst Steinkell­ner, (gemein­sam mit) Helmut Krass­er, Horst Lasic, Jin­endrabuddhi’s Pramāṇasamuc­cay­aṭīkā, Chapter 1. Part I: Crit­ic­al Edi­tion. (STTAR 1/I) Beijing-Vienna: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House – VÖAW 2005, pp. xxv – xlviii
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  52. MESB IX: The Colo­phon of Dharmottara’s Pramā‰aviniścayaÝīkā. WZKS 50, 2006, 199–205
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  55. Meth­od­o­lo­gic­al per­spect­ives: Trans-dis­­­cip­lin­ary research in the West­ern Him­alay­as. In: D. Klimburg-Salt­er, H. Tauscher (ed.), The Cul­tur­al His­tory of West­ern Tibet. (WSTB 71) Beijing-Wien, 2008, 199–202
  56. Fur­ther Remarks on the Com­pound avinābvan­iyama in the Early Dhar­makīrti. WZKS 51, 2007–2008, 193–205
  57. Mis­zel­len zur erken­nt­n­is­the­or­et­isch-logis­chen Schule des Buddhis­mus X: Cor­ri­genda 2 et addenda to Dhar­makīrti’s Pramāṇaviniścaya. Chapters 1 and 2.  Crit­ic­ally edited by Ernst Steinkell­ner. Beijing-Vienna 2007. WZKS 51, 2007–2008, 207–208
  58. What can we learn from philo­logy? Some meth­od­o­lo­gic­al remarks. (Key­note speech, Beijing 2008 Con­fer­ence of Tibetan Stud­ies, Octo­ber 14, 2008): http://ikga.oeaw.ac.at/Mat/steinkellner_keynote_beijing_2008.pdf

76a.   Chin­es­is­che Über­set­zung in  Shen Weirong, Xun Zhao Xiang Ge Li La (In Search of Shangri-la: Essays on China Stud­ies, Philo­logy and Vir­tu­al Tibet). Beijing, China Ren­min Uni­ver­sity Press 2010, 14f + 22–26

  1. (gemein­sam mit Duan Qing), Intro­duc­tion. In: E. Steinkell­ner, Duan Qing, H. Krass­er (eds), Sanskrit Manu­scripts in China. Pro­ceed­ings of a Pan­el at the 2008 Beijing Sem­in­ar on Tibetan Stud­ies, Octo­ber 13 to 17. Beijing: China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House 2009, 7–9
  2. Strategies for Modes of Man­age­ment and Schol­arly Treat­ment of the Sanskrit Manu­scripts in the TAR. In: E. Steinkell­ner, Duan Qing, H. Krass­er (eds), Sanskrit Manu­scripts in China. Pro­ceed­ings of a Pan­el at the 2008 Beijing Sem­in­ar on Tibetan Stud­ies, Octo­ber 13 to 17. Beijing : China Tibet­o­logy Pub­lish­ing House 2009, 279–292

78a.  Tibet­ische Über­set­zung von Dekhang Sonam Chogy­al in Tibet Palm-Leaf Manu­script Stud­ies 2015, 53–72

  1. Vorbe­merkun­gen zu Jakob Stuch­lik, Der arische Ansatz. Erich Frauwall­ner und der Nation­alsozi­al­is­mus. Wien 2009: http://ikga.oeaw.ac.at/Mat/steinkellner_vorwort_stuchlik_2009.pdf
  2. Tib. Ma rdum pa a phantom name. In: Shen Weirong (ed.), His­tor­ic­al and Philo­lo­gic­al Stud­ies of Chin­a’s West­ern Regions. Beijing: Sci­ence Press 2010, 15–16
  3. Pre­face. In: Erich Frauwall­ner, The Philo­sophy of Buddhism. Trans­lated by Gelong Lodrö Sangpo with the assist­ance of Jigme Sheldrön under the super­vi­sion of Pro­fess­or Ernst Steinkell­ner. Del­hi: Motilal Banarsi­dass Pub­lish­ers 2010, viii-xxiv
  4. News From the Manu­script Depart­ment. Open­ing Speech. In: Helmut Krass­er, Horst Lasic, Eli Franco, Birgit Kell­ner (ed.), Reli­gion and Logic in Buddhist Philo­soph­ic­al Ana­lys­is. Pro­ceed­ings of the Fourth  Inter­na­tion­al Dhar­makīrti Con­fer­ence, Vienna August 23–27, 2005. (BKGA 69) Wien: VÖAW 2011, xvii-xxi
  5. Sens­ory per­cep­tion, body and mind in Indi­an Buddhist philo­sophy. In: Friedrich G. Barth, Pat­riz­ia Giampieri-Deutsch, Hans-Dieter Klein (eds), Sens­ory Per­cep­tion. Mind and Mat­ter. Spring­er-Ver­­lag: Wien 2012, 357–368
  6. MESB X: Cor­ri­genda 3 et addenda to Dharmakīrti’s Pramāavin­iś­caya. Chapters 1 and 2. Crit­ic­ally edited by Ernst Steinkell­ner. Beijing-Vienna 2007 (2.1.2013). www.ikga.oeaw.ac.at/Mat/steinkellner07_corrigenda.pdf
  7. Dignāga’s Pramāṇasamuc­caya, Chapter 1. A revi­sion of the Sanskrit text.

http://ikga.oeaw.ac.at/Mat/dignaga_PS_1_revision.pdf (Janu­ary 2014), pp.1–4

  1. Lha luṅ dPal rdor’s “soul stone” at Yer pa —  in full view. In: Ben­jamin Bogin, Andrew Quintman (eds), Him­alay­an Pas­sages. Tibetan and Newar Stud­ies in Hon­or of Hubert Decleer. Boston: Wis­dom Pub­lic­a­tions 2014, 143–144, plates 13–16
  2. 87. Mis­zel­len zur erkent­n­is­the­or­et­isch-logis­chen Schule des Buddhis­mus XI: The Manu­script of Dhar­makīrti’s Vādanyāya. WZKS 55 (2013–2014) 2015, 183–189
  3. 88. On Dharmakīrti’s Pro­pos­al to Solve the Induc­tion Prob­lem. In: Gregor Paul (ed.), On Dharmakīrti’s Pro­pos­al to Solve the Induc­tion Prob­lem. In: Gregor Paul (ed.), Logic in Buddhist Schol­asti­cism. From Philo­soph­ic­al, His­t­orico-Philo­lo­­gic­al and Com­par­at­ive Per­spect­ives. (LIRI Sem­in­ar Pro­ceed­ings Series 7) Lumbini: Lumbini Inter­na­tion­al Research Insti­tute 2015, 169–185
  4. Cor­ri­genda of Jinendrabuddhi’s Pramāṇasamuc­cay­aṭīkā, Chapters 1 and 2. http://www.ikga.oeaw.ac.at/mediawiki/images/b/b9/Steinkellner_Corrigenda_of_PST_1_and_2.pdf (Sept. 2016)
  5. Sanskrit manu­scripts on palm-leaves, paper and birch-bark in the TAR: What now? (Key­note, 6th Beijing Inter­na­tion­al Sem­in­ar on Tibetan Stud­ies, August 2, 2016) http://www.ikga.oeaw.ac.at/mediawiki/images/f/fc/Steinkellner_2016_manuscripts_TAR.pdf (Sept. 2016)
  6. Cor­ri­genda of Dharmakīrti’s Het­u­bindu. Crit­ic­ally edited 2016 (STTAR 19)

http://www.ikga.oeaw.ac.at/mediawiki/images/5/50/Corrigenda_Hetubindu.pdf (Nov. 2016)

  1. Dharmakīrti’s Pramð‰aviniÿcaya, Chapters 1 and 2. Crit­ic­ally edited 2007 (STTAR 2): Fur­ther and Last Cor­ri­genda and Addenda. http://ikga.oeaw.ac.at/mediawiki/images/7/71/Steinkellner_PVin_1-2_corrigenda_and_addenda.pdf (Nov. 2018)
  2. MESB XII: anupalabdhi as pramð‰ðntara – ¢ÿvarasena is the Oppon­ent in Tat­tvas­aø­graha 1693–1694. With an Edi­tion of Tat­tvasaøgraha 1691–1697 and the Pañjikð. WZKS 56–57 (2015–2018), 67–75

 

 

in Druck:

 

  1. Har­vest­ing in the Pramāṇasamuc­cay­aṭīkā: Meth­od­o­lo­gic­al and Organ­isa­tion­al Remarks. In: Hiroshi Marui, Ernst Prets (eds), Pro­ceed­ings of the Inter­na­tion­al Sym­posi­um on Trans­mis­sion and Tra­di­tion. The Mean­ing and the Role of “Frag­ments” in Indi­an Philo­sophy, 20–24 August 2012, Mat­sumoto. ….., …-…
  2. Sanskrit manu­scripts on palm-leaves, paper and birch-bark in the TAR: What now? In: Birgit Kell­ner, Jow­ita Kramer (eds), Beijing-Pro­ceed­ings
  3. µðntarak¯ita on the Induc­tion Prob­lem: a Trans­la­tion of VðdanyðyaÝīkð 14,12–16,29. In: Fest­s­chrift Torella
  4. Clos­ing a Gap in the Inter­pret­a­tion of Dhar­makīrti’s Logic. In: Birgit Kell­ner, Patrick McAl­lister, Horst Lasic, Sara McClin­tock (eds), Rever­ber­a­tions of Dhar­makīrti’s Philo­sophy. Pro­ceed­ings of the Fifth Inter­na­tion­al Dhar­makīrti Con­fer­ence Heidel­berg, August 26 to 30, 2014. ………
  5. Ana­lyse ein­er Sam­mel­hand­s­chrift von Werken Dhar­makīrtis. In: Vin­cent Eltschinger, Birgit Kell­ner (eds): Fest­s­chrift für John Taber
  6. Dharmakīrti’s Het­u­bindu, crit­ic­ally edited 2016: Fur­ther and Last Cor­ri­genda and Addenda. In pre­par­a­tion for IKGA website
  7. Dhar­makīrti and ¢ÿvarasena. In: Vin­cent Tourni­er, Vin­cent Eltschinger, Marta Sernesi (eds), Archae­olo­gies of the Writ­ten: Indi­an, Tibetan, and Buddhist Stud­ies in Hon­our of Cristina Scher­­rer-Schaub. Naples: Uni­versità degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale” (Series Minor, 89), 2020, …-…

III. Beiträge und Sonstiges:

 

  1. Artikel zur indis­chen und tibet­ischen Lit­er­at­ur. In: Die Welt­l­it­er­at­ur, Ergän­zungs­band A‑F. Wien 1968, G‑M. Wien 1970
  2. Dhar­makīrti”. In: The Encyc­lo­pe­dia of Reli­gion. Ed. Mir­cea Eli­ade. Vol. 4, New York 1987, 338f
  3. Tibet”. In: Evan­gel­isches Kirchen­lexikon Bd. 4, Göt­tin­gen 1996, 879–882
  4. Tibet­ische Reli­gion­en”. In: Evan­gel­isches Kirchen­lexikon Bd. 4, Göt­tin­gen 1996, 882–885
  5. Asi­en­forschung” in Öster­reich? In: schafft:wissen. Lesebuch. Hrsg. Präsidi­um der ÖAW, Wien 1997, 35–37
  6. Insti­tut für Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde. In: His­tor­ie und Geist. Uni­versitäts-cam­pus Wien. A. Eben­bauer, W. Greiseneg­ger, K. Mühl­ber­ger (Hrsg.), Bd 1, Wien 1998, 142–145.
  7. Das Insti­tut für Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde der Uni­versität Wien. ÖHZ 1975.
  8. Feinde” als Wesensgleiche anse­hen. Der XIV. Dalai Lama: Eine Wür­di­gung zum 70. In: Die Furche 27, 7.7.2005, 3
  9. ”Eulo­gi­um (Anne-Mar­ie Blon­deau)”. In: Ter­rit­ory and Iden­tity in Tibet and the Him­alay­as. PIATS 2000: Tibetan Stud­ies: Pro­ceed­ings of the Ninth Sem­in­ar of the Inter­na­tion­al Asso­ci­ation for Tibetan Stud­ies, Leiden 2000. K. Buf­fet­rille – H. Diem­ber­ger, Leiden-Boston-Köln 2002, XI-XIII
  10. Intro­duc­tion: Trans-dis­­­cip­lin­ary Research in the West­ern Him­alay­as. In: Deborah Klimburg-Salt­er, Kurt Trop­per, Chris­ti­an Jahoda (ed.), Text, Image and Song in Trans­dis­cip­lin­ary Dia­logue. PIATS 2003: Tibetan Stud­ies: Pro­ceed­ings of the Tenth Sem­in­ar of the Inter­na­tion­al Asso­ci­ation for Tibetan Stud­ies, Oxford, 2003. Leiden-Boston: Brill 2007, pp.1–4
  11. Wiederge­wonnen: Das älteste Schrifttum des Buddhis­mus.” Ursache & Wirkung 1, 2006, 26–27
  12. Kan­on” im Buddhis­mus und die Anfänge der schrift­lichen Über­liefer­ung. In: http://info-buddhismus.de, 1–4. (2012)
  13. Edit­ors’ fore­word (mit A. von Rospatt). In: Vin­cent Eltschinger, Caste and Buddhist Philo­sophy. Con­tinu­ity of Some Buddhist Argu­ments against the Real­ist Inter­pret­a­tions of Social Denom­in­a­tions. Trans­lated from French to Eng­lish by Raynald Prévèr­eau in col­lab­or­a­tion with the author. (Buddhist Tra­di­tion Series 60)b Del­hi: Motilal Banarsi­dass Pub­lish­ers 2012
  14. Vor­wort. In: Heinz Bech­ert, Der Buddhis­mus in Süd- und Südostas­i­en. Geschichte und Geg­en­wart. Stut­tgart: Ver­lag W. Kohl­ham­mer 2013, pp.9–11

Nachrufe:

  1. Gopikamo­han Bhat­tacharya (1930–1986). In: WZKS 31, 1987, 5–8
  2.    Hajime Nakamura. In: Öster­reichis­che Akademie der Wis­senschaften, Alman­ach 2000/2001, Wien 2001, 553–557
  3. Her­bert W. Franke. In: Öster­reichis­che Akademie der Wis­senschaften, Alman­ach 2011,Wien 2012, 603–605
  4. Helmut Krass­er. In: Öster­reichis­che Akademie der Wis­senschaften, Alman­ach 2015, 485–491
  5. Wern­er Welzig. In: Öster­reichis­che Akademie der Wis­senschaften, Alman­ach 2018, 373–377

 

Mitteilungen:

  1. Das Insti­tut für Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde der Uni­versität Wien. ÖHZ 1975
  2. Wann hat Buddha wirk­lich gelebt? Die Presse, 14./15.5.1988, X
  3. Account of the Csoma de Körös Sym­posi­um, Velm-Vienna. Bul­let­in of the Csoma de Körös Sym­posi­um 1984/88, 1988, 96–102
  4. Trop­fen der Logik” und “Trop­fen des Grundes”. Der Philo­soph Dhar­makīrti, Indi­ens Aris­toteles. Die Presse, 26./27.8.1989, XI
  5. Erich Frauwall­ner. In: Rev­ista de Estu­di­os Budis­tas 4, 1992, 163–166
  6. Die hei­li­gen Berge des Him­alaya sind auch gesell­schaft­lich rel­ev­ant. Die Presse, 26./27.11.1994, XII
  7. Insti­tut für Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde. In: His­tor­ie und Geist. Uni­versitäts-cam­pus Wien. A. Eben­bauer, W. Greiseneg­ger, K. Mühl­ber­ger (Hrsg.), Bd 1, Wien 1998, 142–145
  8. Kan­on” im Buddhis­mus und die Anfänge der schrift­lichen Über­liefer­ung. In: http://info-buddhism.com

 

VI. Wissenschaftlich betreute Übersetzungen: 

 

  1. Erich Frauwall­ner, Stud­ies in the Abhid­harma Lit­er­at­ure and the Ori­gins of Buddhist Philo­soph­ic­al Sys­tems. Trans­lated from the Ger­man by Soph­ie Fran­cis Kidd under the super­vi­sion of Ernst Steinkell­ner. Albany: State Uni­ver­sity of New York Press 1995. [Besprochen von K.R. Nor­man in JRAS 7/1, 1997, 157–158; Edwin Gerow in JAOS 117, 1997, 225; O. von Hinüber in ZDMG 147, 1997, 556]
  2. Erich Frauwall­ner, The Philo­sophy of Buddhism. Trans­lated by Gelong Lodrö Sangpo with the assist­ance of Jigme Sheldrön under the super­vi­sion of Pro­fess­or Ernst Steinkell­ner. Del­hi: Motilal Banarsi­dass Pub­lish­ers 2010.

VII.   Herausgeber von:

 

  1. Wien­er Stud­i­en zur Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde (für den Arbeit­skre­is am Insti­tut für Tibet­o­lo­gie und Buddhis­muskunde), Heft 1–62, 1977–2005
  2. (gem. mit Lhagpa Phunt­shogs) Sanskrit Texts from the Tibetan Autonom­ous Region 1–7, 2005–2010; 17–20, 2015–2016
  3. Buddhist Tra­di­tion Series (Motilal Banarsi­dass Pub­lish­ers, Del­hi), Vols. 56–60 (2007–2012)
  4. (mit G. Ober­ham­mer) Erich Frauwall­ner, Kleine Schriften. H. v. Glasenapp- Stif­tung. Wies­baden 1982 [Besprochen von D. Sey­fort Ruegg in WZKS 30, 1986, 189–191; M. Mejor in Rocznik Ori­ent­alistyczny 45, 1987, 87–90; Ch. Lindtner in OLZ 81, 1986, 179–182]
  5. (mit H. Tauscher) Pro­ceed­ings of the Csoma de Kőrös Sym­posi­um Held at Velm-Vienna, Aus­tria, 13–19 Septem­ber 1981. 2 Vols, Wien 1983

4a.     First Indi­an Edi­tion, 2 vols, Motilal Banarsi­dass: Del­hi 1995. [Besprochen von M. Tatz in JAOS 117, 1997, 576–577]

  1. Erich Frauwall­ner, Nachgelassene Werke I: Auf­sätze, Beiträge, Skizzen. Wien 1984 [Besprochen von J.C. Wright in BSOAS 48, 1985, 427; W. Hal­b­fass in JAOS 106, 1986, 857f.; H. Tauscher in IIJ 29, 1986, 320; K. Rüping in OLZ 84, 1989, 70–72; H. Tauscher in WZKS 34, 1990, 255]

5a.     Erich Frauwall­ner­’s Posthum­ous Essays. Trans­lated from the Ger­man by Jay­andra Soni. Aditya Prakashan: New Del­hi 1994

  1. János Szerb, Bu ston’s His­tory of Tibet. Wien 1990 [Besprochen von P. Nietupski in JAOS 113, 1993, 478f.]
  2. Tibetan His­tory and Lan­guage. Stud­ies Ded­ic­ated to Uray Géza on His Sev­en­ti­eth Birth­day. WSTB 26, Wien 1991
  3. Stud­ies in the Buddhist Epi­stem­o­lo­gic­al Tra­di­tion. Pro­ceed­ings of the Second Inter­na­tion­al Dhar­makīrti Con­fer­ence, Vienna, June 11–16, 1989, Wien 1991 [Besprochen von Chr. Lindtner in OLZ 87, 1992/3, 301–303; Leonard van der Kuijp in BSOAS 57, 1994, 604–606; J.W. de Jong in IIJ 37, 1994, 378–380; J. Braar­vig in AO 57, 1996, 241–244]
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VIII. Besprechungen

seit 1967 in fol­genden Zeitschriften:

 

Archiv für Völkerkunde, Wien

Buddhist Sem­in­ar, Kyôto

Deutsche Lit­er­at­urzeits­chrift, Berlin

Cent­ral Asi­at­ic Journ­al, Wiesbaden

IndoģIr­a­ni­an Journ­al, The Hague

Journ­al of Asi­an His­tory, Wiesbaden

Journ­al of the Amer­ic­an Ori­ent­al Soci­ety, Philadelphia

Reli­gion­en unter­wegs, Wien

Review of Eth­no­logy, Wien

Wien­er Zeits­chrift für die Kunde Südasi­ens, Wien

Zeits­chrift der Deutschen Mor­gen­ländis­chen Gesell­schaft, Wiesbaden

 

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Eli Franco and Miyako Notake: Dhar­makīrti on the Dual­ity of Objects. Pramāavārt­tika III 1–63. (Leipzi­ger Stud­i­en zur Kul­tur und Geschichte Süd- und Zen­t­ralasi­ens 5) Zürich-Ber­­lin: LIT Ver­lag GmbH & Co. KG Wien 2014, pp. xv + 173. In: South Asia: Journ­al of South Asi­an Stud­ies, 40.2, 2017, 428–430.