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六朝隋唐時代の報応信仰=Karma Creed in the Liu Chao (六朝) Era and Sui T'ang (隋唐) Dynasties
Author 山崎宏 (著)=Yamazaki, Hiroshi (au.)
Source 史林=The Journal of history
Volumev.40 n.6 (總號=n.166)
Date1957.11
Pages455 - 475
Publisher史学研究会
Publisher Url http://www.shigakukenkyukai.jp/
Location京都, 日本 [Kyoto, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language日文=Japanese
Note特集:文化交流
作者單位:東京教育大学教授
Abstract六朝隋唐時代の報応信仰につき、文化接触の面から、中国古来のものと仏教によるものとを比較しつつ、中国の報応信仰の変化や特質をみた。一節―序説で、とくに仏教の報応信仰がもとずく業説について必要の説明をした。二節―報応信仰の善悪の基準には、中国古来の道徳と、仏教の戒律・布施などがある。報応談には悪に関するものが多く、殺生・死が重視され、そこに本格的報応談が展開する。三節―悪 (殺人) の報応談のうち、皇室・官僚の権力闘争や、官吏の専横とか、家庭婦人の嫉妬怨恨によるものに中国的特色がある。盗に関して報応信仰の滲透度をみる。四節―善因として陰徳と誦経に注目し、善果として延寿と任官昇任のことが特筆される。五節―報応信仰に関し、民間で念誦された経典を、諷誦僧の誦する経典や、高僧の講義する経典と比較し、造像信仰と関達させて考察し、金剛経・法華経・観音経が最も尊信された理由を考えた。六節―結語。

Comparing the karma creed of Chinese origin in the Liu chao (六朝) era and Sui T'ang (隋唐) dynasties with the Buddhist origin from the view-point of the cultural contact, we are to investigate how the change and feature of that creed of Chinese origin were. The contents of this essay are as follows: Chapter 1. (introduction) dedicated to especially explain doctrines based on the karma creed. Chapter 2. about the Chinese traditional morals and the Buddhist precepts as the standard of judging good or evil in the karma creed. In the karma stories there were many about evil, especially destruction of life and death in which pure karma stories were developed. Chapter 3. about that karma stories about evil (murder) in which murder cases by struggles for power of the imperial household and officials, despotism of officials, or jealousy and grudge of household women are of Chinese character. Chapter 4. about good done by stealth and sutra-chanting as a good cause, and prolonged life, appointment, and promotion as a good result. Chapter 5. adout the sutras chanted by the public by comparing with those of the priests in relation to the idolmaking creed, and about the reason why Chin Kang ching (金剛経), Fa hua ching (法華経), and Kuan yin ching (観音経) sutras were most respected. Chapter 6. conclusion.
Table of contents一 455
二 458
三 460
四 465
五 467
六 473
ISSN03869369 (P)
DOI10.14989/shirin_40_455
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Created date2021.01.15
Modified date2021.01.15



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