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Buddha Nature : A Study of the Tathagatagarbha and Alayavijnana
著者 Brown, Brian Edward ; Wayman, Alex
出版年月日1994.01.01
ページ316
出版者Blue Dove Pr
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
ノートBuddhist Traditions Series Vol. 11
キーワード如來藏=Tathagata-garbha=Tathagatagarbha; 阿賴耶識=阿拉耶識=阿梨耶識=阿摩羅識=Alayavijnana;
抄録One of the fundamental tenets of Mahayana Buddhism animating and grounding the doctrine and discipline of its spiritual path, is the inherent potentiality of all animate beings to attain the supreme and perfect enlightenment of Buddhahood. This book examines the ontological presuppositions and the corresponding soteriological-epistemological principles that sustain and define such a theory. Within the field of Buddhist studies, such a work provides a comprehensive context in which to interpret the influence and major insights of the various Buddhist schools. Thus, the dynamics of the Buddha Nature, though non-thematic and implicit, is at the heart of Zen praxis, while it is a significant articulation in Kegon, Tendai, and Shingon thought. More specifically, the book seeks to establish a coherent metaphysics of absolute suchness (Tathata), synthesizing the variant traditions of the Tathagata-embryo (Tathagatagarbha) and the Storehouse Consciousness (Alayavijnana). The books' contribution to the broader field of the History of Religions rests in its presentation and analysis of the Buddhist Enlightenment as the salvific-transformational moment in which Tathata 'awakens' to itself, comes to perfect slef-realization as the Absolute suchness of reality, in and through phenomenal human consciousness. The book is an interpretation of the Buddhist Path as the spontaneous self-emergence of 'embryonic' absolute knowledge as it comes to free itself from the concealments of adventitious defilements, and possess itself in fully self-explicitated self-consciousness as the 'Highest Truth' and unconditional nature of all existence; it does so only in the form of omniscient wisdom. Brian Edward Brown has earned doctoral degrees in both theology and law. He was awarded his Juris Doctor from New York University, School of law. He has taught and lectured on the history of religions and comparative philosophy at several colleges and has practised law as an associate attorney in an international law firm in New York. Currently he is an assistant professor of religion at lona college.
ISBN1884997880 (hc)
ヒット数402
作成日2004.08.13



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