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高泉與溫泉:從高泉性潡看晚明清初渡日華僧的異文化接觸=Gaoquan Xingdun: Exploring Cultural Contacts Between Chinese and Japanese Monks During the End of the Ming Dynasty and Beginning of the Qing Dynasty
Author 廖肇亨 (著)=Liao, Chao-heng (au.)
Source 法鼓佛學學報=Dharma Drum Journal of Buddhist Studies
Pages5 - 44
Publisher Url
Location臺北縣, 臺灣 [Taipei hsien, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword高泉性潡=Gaoquan Xingdun; 黃檗宗=Huangbo School; 明代佛教=Ming dynasty Buddhism; 清代佛教=Qing dynasty Buddhism; 江戶時代=Edo era
During the Ming and Qing dynasties, many records were written by monks travelling to Japan about various locations and experiences, such as hot springs, cherry blossoms, rattan flowers, mount Fuji, etc. Having travelled to Japan, the monk Gaoquan Xingdun (東皋心越) made great efforts to assimilate into Japanese society, and the records of his life in Japan can be found in the Gaoquan Complete Works (高泉全集). Gaoquan always held Japanese culture in high regard: the mysterious powers of the hot springs’ physician (溫泉藥師), the impressive craftsmanship of famous Ikebana artists, or the historical records of eminent Zen monks from the past all became important facets of Gaoquan’s travels in Japan.
The trips of Chinese monks to Japan at the end of the Ming dynasty were closely related to the political shifts occurring during the change of dynasties. Maritime records of Chinese monks travelling to Japan have been preserved in documents such as the Tonghangyikan (通航一覽) or the Huayibiantai (華夷變態). For this reason, the study of this period should take into consideration such local records. In recent years, the travels to Japan of monks such as Yinyuan Longqi (隱元隆琦) or Donggao Xinyue (東皋心越) have received much attention from the academic community, and an impressive amount of research has been produced on the subject. Scholars have pointed out the important role as intermediaries of Chinese monks travelling to Japan, and the publication of the Gaoquan Complete Works has allowed readers to rediscover Gaoquan’s important contributions, and has reminded us of the important role played by Buddhism in promoting cross-cultural exchanges in East-Asia.
Table of contents一、前言 8
二、「見說扶桑裡,別成仙子鄉」:高泉性潡禪師生平及其東渡日本因緣 12
三、「人有勝德,必居勝地」:高泉性潡世界觀探析 19
四、「信宿雲遊情不厭,此身無異在唐虞」:高泉性潡在日本 26
五、「水垢雙除更一塵」:高泉性潡的日本溫泉體驗 30
六、結論 38
引用文獻 40
ISSN19968000 (P)
Created date2017.09.18
Modified date2021.01.07

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