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從禪悟的觀點論海德格, 道元與慧能
Author 成中英 (著)=Cheng, Chung-ying (au.) ; 鄭振煌
Source 中華佛學學報=Chung-Hwa Buddhist Journal=The Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies
Volumen.7
Date1994.07
Pages263 - 286
Publisher中華佛學研究所=The Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url http://chinesebuddhiststudies.org/
Location新北市, 臺灣 [New Taipei City, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese; 英文=English
Keyword公案; 臨濟; 曹洞
Abstract作者在本文中,將首先從悟的觀點,以海德格對時間
和短暫性的瞭解,來說明和檢視他對人之存在的瞭解. 所
謂悟,主是指對自我,世界和萬物的全體而最終的瞭解
,把它當作全體和最終的本體,其性質並未加以界說,也不
加以固定. 藉著提出悟的問題,並從悟的觀點來討論,相信
將可以使我們重新瞭解海德格對人之存在的看法,並幫助
我們嚴謹地評估他的「實存」 (Dasein) 哲學. 其次,由於
採取這種新的立場,我們將可以把他與禪相提並論,發展出
悟的觀點,從而藉用現代西方思想的一個主流對禪的思想
,從事現代和最新的分析,詮釋和批評. 最後,探討禪的源
流,其入手處最好是深刻和具啟發性的中國 (南) 禪宗創
始人六祖慧能,及偉大的日本禪宗修行者和思想家道元.

In this article,I intend to first explain and
examine Heidegger's understanding of human existence
in terms of his understanding of time and
temporality from an enlightenmental point of view.
By enlightenment I mean primarily a total and an
ultimate understanding of self,the world and all
things as the total and the ultimate reality,the
nature of which is left undefined and unfixated. By
raising the question of enlightenment and taking an
enlightenmental point of view,I believe that we can
shed a new light on what Heidegger has to say on
human existence as well as on how we can critically
evaluate his philosophy of Dasein. Next,in this new
stance we are able to relate him to the Ch'an/Zen
tradition which develops the enlightenmental point
of view so that Ch'an/Zen thinking will reveive a
modern and up-to-date analysis, elucidation and
critique in light of and in reference to one
influential form of contemporary Western thinking.
Finally,it is important to look into the pristine
sources of the ch'an/Zen thinking in terms of the
profound and inspiring Chinese (Southern) Ch'an
founder Hui-neng the Sixth Patriarch and the great
Japanese Zen practitioner and thinker Dogen.
ISSN10177132 (P)
Hits1130
Created date1998.07.22
Modified date2017.06.16



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