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秘藏寶鑰 三卷=Hi-zo-ho-yaku. 3 Fascicles
Author Kukai (著)=空海 (au.)
Date2003
Pages243 - 243
Publisher嚴寬祜文教基金會
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type工具書=Reference Book
Language中文=Chinese; 英文=English
Note出自:大藏經入門;為單篇書目簡介。(Taisho No. 2426)
Keyword空海; Kukai
AbstractIn the Early Heian Period (830) Emperor Junna ordered the representatives of each school of Buddhism to submit a treatise summarizing the doctrines of their respective schools. The six treatises presented on this occasion included the bulky Ju-ju-shin-ron ("Treatise on the Ten Sages of the Mind"; Taisho No. 2425) of ten fascicles by the present author,outlining the doctrines of the Shingon School. However,this work proved to be too voluminous in comparison with the works presented by the other schools, and Kukai was requested to submit a simplified version. The result was this "Precious Key to the Secret Treasury."

Kukai's method in clarifying the position of the Shingon School was to formulate a system of critical categorization made up of 'ten stages of the mind,' embracing not only the various schools of Buddhism but also the religions of India and China; the Shingon School is ranked as the highest stage of all. It should be noted that the "Treatise on the Ten Stages of the Mind" is also known as the "Expanded Treatise"; in contrast,the present work is referred to as the "Condensed Treatise."
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