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Representations of Zen: An Institutional and Social History of Soto Zen Buddhism in Edo Japan
作者 Williams, Duncan Ryuken
出版日期2000
頁次325
出版者Harvard University Press
出版者網址 http://www.hup.harvard.edu/
資料類型博碩士論文=Thesis and Dissertation
使用語言英文=English
學位類別博士
校院名稱Harvard University
指導教授Hardacre, Helen
畢業年度2000
附註項Advisor: Hardacre, Helen
關鍵詞Social history; Zen Buddhism; Edo; Japan; Buddhism; Soto Zen Buddhism
摘要The Japanese Soto Zen tradition was founded during the Kamakura period by Dogen Kigen (1200-1253) who emphasized the practice of Zen meditation and the observance of strict monastic codes as the path of enlightenment. The sect attracted enough support so that by the early sixteenth century, several thousand affiliated temples existed, concentrated in several regions. However, by 1745, a registry commissioned by the Edo government listed 17,548 Soto Zen temples found throughout every province in Japan, which made it the single largest school of Buddhism. This dissertation examines the factors involved in this exponential growth of the sect during the late medieval and Edo periods.
ISBN0599778148
點閱次數640
建檔日期2005.09.23
更新日期2016.01.14










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