Dhivan Thomas Jones (2011), This Being, That Becomes: the Buddha’s teaching on conditionality, Cambridge: Windhorse Publications.


Dhivan Thomas Jones (2022). ‘Sangharakshita as Buddhist Modernist’, in Kurt Krammer & Martin Rötting (Hg.), Buddhismus in Europa: Facetten zwischen Mode, Minderheit und Mindfulness in interreligiösen Bezügen, Wien: LIT Verlag, pp.164–82.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘What do we know about the historical Buddha?’, ‘What is non-attachment in Buddhism?’, ‘What kinds of meditation are there in Buddhism?’, and ‘Are Buddhists vegetarian?’, in Buddhism in Five Minutes, ed. Elizabeth Harris, Sheffield: Equinox Publishing.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘Translating paṭicca-samuppāda in Early Buddhism’, in Translating Buddhism: Historical and Contextual Perspectives, ed. Alice Collett. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp.227–58.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2017), ’Illness, Cure and Care: Selections from the Pāli Canon’, in Buddhism and Medicine: an anthology of premodern sources, C. Pierce Salguero (ed.), New York: Columbia University Press, pp.3–11.


Dhivan Thomas Jones (2022). ‘Sangharakshita and the Five Niyamas: A Case of Buddhist Modernism’, Western Buddhist Review 8: 51–78.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2022). ‘The Tree, the Snake and the Goddess: Symbols of the Buddha’s Relationship With Nature’, Worldviews, pp.1–32. (doi:10.1163/15685357-20211206) (Author’s mss)

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2021). ‘‘Turning the Wheel of the Dharma’: A translation of Aśvaghoṣa’s Buddhacarita Canto 15 from a recently rediscovered Sanskrit manuscript’, Asian Literature and Translation, 8: 1,  pp.47–62 (open access).

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2020). ‘Upaniṣadic Echoes in the Alagaddūpama Sutta’, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 19, pp.79–102.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2020), ‘Three Ways of Denying the Self’, Western Buddhist Review, 7, pp.19–43 (open access).

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2019), ‘Going Off the Map: Transcendental Dependent Arising in the Nettippakaraṇa’, Buddhist Studies Review, 36:2, pp.167–90doi/10.1558/bsrv.38816.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2019), ‘A Teleological Mode of Conditionality in Early Buddhism’, International Journal of Buddhist Thought and Culture, 29:2, pp.119–49 (open access).

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2019), ”Preconditions’: The Upanisā Sutta in Context’, Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies, 17 pp.30–62.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2016). ‘‘That bhikkhu lets go both the near and far shores’: meaning and metaphor in the refrain from the uraga verses’. Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies 11, pp.71–107.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2014). ‘Like the Rhinoceros, or Like Its Horn? The Problem of khaggavisāṇa Revisited’. Buddhist Studies Review 31:2, pp.165–78.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2013). ‘Through a Blue Chasm: Coleridge, Wordsworth and the Buddha on Imagination’. Western Buddhist Review, 6: pp.35–57

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2012). ‘The Five Niyāmas as Laws of Nature: an Assessment of Modern Western Interpretations of Theravāda Buddhist Doctrine’Journal of Buddhist Ethics 19, pp.545–82.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2009). ‘Why Did Brahmā Ask the Buddha to Teach?’. Buddhist Studies Review 26:1, pp. 85–102.

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2009). ‘New Light on the Twelve NidānasContemporary Buddhism 10:2, pp. 241–59.

Thomas Jones (1999). ‘Useless Passions? Sartre on love’. In French Existentialism: consciousness, ethics and relations with others, ed. James Giles. Rodopi: Amsterdam.

Novels and Poems

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2015), An Amber Lamp: selected poems and stories, Bristol: Apus Press

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2011), Eglantine Dream, Cambridge: Apus Press

Dhivan Thomas Jones (2008), Green Eros, Cambridge: Apus Press