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The Problem of the True and the False in Contemporary Shin Buddhist Studies: True Shin Buddhism and False Shin Buddhism
Author Shigaraki, Takamaro ; Matsumoto, David
Source Pacific World: Journal of the Institute of Buddhist Studies
Volumen.3 Third Series
Date2001
Pages27 - 52
PublisherInstitute of Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url http://www.shin-ibs.edu/
LocationBerkeley, CA, US [伯克利, 加利福尼亞州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
Note1. On Contemporary Shin Buddhist Thought
2. Author Affiliations: Professor Emeritus Ryukoku University, Kyoto
Keyword佛教人物=Buddhist; 佛學研究=佛教學=Buddhist Studies=Buddhology; 淨土宗=Pure Land Buddhism=Shin Buddhism; Buddhist school=宗派; Pure Land=淨土; Sukhavati=極樂世界; Pure Land School=淨土宗; 輪迴=轉世=Reincarnation=Rebirth=Samsara; Amida Buddha=Amitabha Buddha=阿彌陀佛
AbstractIn this discussion, I have offered three conclusions:
1. Amida Buddha exists as a symbol, and must not be taken to be a substantial entity.
2. Shinjin in Shin Buddhism is a non-dualistic, or, subjective “experience of awakening.” It should not be understood in a dualistic, or, objectifying way.
3. Shin Buddhism is a religion of path, and must not be understood to be a religion concerned with power.
I believe that, as long as our understanding of Shin Buddhist doctrine does not clearly return, at least in regard to these three points, to a “true Shin Buddhism,” it will not be accepted or understood well by many persons on the international stage today. Further, anything other than a “true Shin Buddhism” will be unable to speak affirmatively as a religion with a fully developed societal presence or respond to the range of problems that are sure to gush forth from human society in the years to come.
ISSN08973644 (E)
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Created date2007.10.22
Modified date2021.02.03



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