Sexuality, magic and politics in Tibetan Buddhism.
One of the leaders in the Confucian counterattack on Buddhism was the classical prose stylist and poet Han Yu (768-824 CE), who in 819 CE composed this vitriolic polemic attacking Buddhism. A champion of rationalism, Han Yu wished to suppress Daoism as well as Buddhism.
Claiming that the West must develop its own Jeffersonian Buddhism based on noble principles of dignity and respect for all.
Criticism of its content and religious core but praise of its social efforts & politics
An Islamic criticism of Buddhism.
Hindu refutation of Buddhist philosophy.