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《婆沙論》主視野下佛陀入滅事跡之探討=A Probe into the Nirvana of the Buddha from the Perspective of Vibhasa Sastra
Author 釋悟殷 (著)=Shih, Wu-yin (au.)
Source 玄奘佛學研究=Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhism
Pages173 - 202
Publisher Url
Location新竹市, 臺灣 [Hsinchu shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword捨壽=life-extinction; 雙賢弟子=the two sage disciples; 拘尸那=Kushinagar; 涅槃=Nirvana; 荼毗=Davi

The Biography of ther Buddha is the biography of Shakyamuni, which
records the deeds of the Buddha in his life. In Buddhist texts, sutras and
vinaya are books that systematically describe the deeds of the Buddha.
However the records of sastras are relatively fragmentary and the deeds of
the Buddha listed by the commentators are mostly used to distinguish and
unearth the profound meaning of the conviction. The formats of sastra is
different from that of sutras and vinaya: the major difference lies in the fact
that the commentators consider the various deeds of the Buddha by focusing
on rationality and free thinking, and they set up issues first, subsequently
using questions and answers to manifest the deep meanings hidden in the
various texts .
In the present work, this article uses the four themes: life-preservation
and life-extinction, the life-extinction of Buddha’s two major disciples, the
Buddha attaining Parinirvana, and the Davi to examine of the commentator's
interpretation of these events and their characteristics.
Through the discussion of the four items, the author found that even if
the Sarvastivada insists of a real Buddha in the human world, commentators
have tended towards idealized interpretations of the Buddha’s Nirvana,
whether as longevity or as surrender, the unsatisfactory matter of the twosage disciples’ death, the Buddha’s Nirvana in the border area of the small
town Kushinagar, and even the Davi dharma meeting of the Buddha’s
deceased body. This frequent idealization shows an emotional side of the
Table of contents一、前言 176
二、留壽與捨壽 176
三、雙賢弟子入滅 182
四、世尊入般涅槃 188
五、荼毗法會 196
六、結語 198
參考書目 201
ISSN18133649 (P); 18133649 (E)
Created date2021.11.22
Modified date2021.11.22

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