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The Shinji Shōbōgenzō or True Dharma Eye 300 Cases (Shōbōgenzō Sambyakusoku), or Treasury of the True Dharma Eye (Mana Shōbōgenzō), compiled by Eihei Dōgen in 1223-1227, was first published in Japanese in 1766. The literary sources of the Shinji Shōbōgenzō are believed to have been the Keitoku Dentōroku and the Shūmon Tōyōshū. It is considered significant that "this koan collection -- in Dogen's hand -- demonstrated that the Soto tradition had 'lost' the meaning (wisdom) of Dogen's work". It is written in Chinese, the language of the original texts from which the koans were taken.
- Nishijima, Gufo Wafu (February 1, 2003). Master Dogen's Shinji Shobogenzo. Windbell Publications. ISBN 9780952300267.
- Loori, John Daido; Tanahashi, Kazuaki (December 13, 2005). The True Dharma Eye: Zen Master Dogen's Three Hundred Koans. Shambhala Publications. ISBN 9781590302422.
- Miller, Gregory (2007). "Review of Zen Master Dōgen's Three Hundred Kōans". Journal of Buddhist Ethics. Archived from the original on June 15, 2010.
- Introduction to the Shinji Shobogenzo translated by Gudo Wafu Nishijima - Edited by Michael Luetchford & Jeremy Pearson
- Dogen's 300 Koans by Daido Loori, delivered at the Symposium on Dogen Zen at Stanford University
- comments on koans from Dogen's Treasury of the True Dharma Eye by John Daido Loori, in Buddhadharma: The Practitioner's Quarterly
- The 300 koan-s of the Mana Shōbōgenzō
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