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On Jñeyāvaraṇa against the Background of Daśa-āvaraṇa: East Asian Sākāra-vijñānavādian Model
Author 劉宇光
Source 《漢傳佛教研究的過去現在未來》會議論文集
Pages139 - 156
Publisher Url
Location宜蘭縣, 臺灣 [I-lan hsien, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Note作者單位:Associate Professor, School of Philosophy, Fudan University
KeywordJñeyāvaraṇa=所知障; Cheng Wei Shih Lun=成唯識論; Xuanzang; Sākāra-vijñānavāda
AbstractThis essay provides a concise, yet comprehensible, explanation for the concept of Jñeyāvaraṇa, according to East Asian Sākāra-vijñānavāda. The discussion is mainly based on the presentation from Xuanzang's Cheng Wei Shih Lun (成唯識論, CWSL), since the treatise is the major text among the existing materials in Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, that able to provide a clear, detailed and comprehensible interpretation on Jñeyāvaraṇa. According to CWSL, Jñeyāvaraṇa is composed of three layers of different meaning, namely (1) the inborn realist attitude of cognition ; (2) Mahāyāna practitioner's unable to keep balance between the two truths or the middle way between emptiness and dependent arising ; and (3) unable to achieve omniscience, or otherwise unable to break from Incompleteness of Knowledge.
Table of contentsAbstract 139
Bibliography 153
ISBN9789579583886 (平)
Created date2016.05.02
Modified date2020.04.24

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