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越南李陳時代禪詩的多元意涵=Diversification of Vietnamese Zen Poetry During the Li and Tran Dynasties
Author 陳清雲
Source 佛光人文學報=Fo Guang Journal of Humanities
Pages33 - 71
Publisher Url
Location宜蘭縣, 臺灣 [I-lan hsien, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword越南佛教=Vietnamese Buddhism; 李陳時代=Li and Tran dynasties; 越南僧人=Vietnamese monks; 禪詩=Zen poetry; 意境

Vietnamese Buddhism actively evolved for a thousand years, thriving during the Li and Tran dynasties. Buddhism at this time, on the one hand, selectively retained traditional principles but, on the other hand, became localized, which enabled its popularization. Several features of Buddhism during this time period can be observed, including social fitness, daily connections, and a tremendous impact on people's mindset, promoting the concepts of forgiveness and kindness. The great essence of Buddhism during this time period was Zen. The core belief of Zen is "to accomplish awakening by realizing the original nature and directly pointing out people's minds." In addition to such core belief, Zen of this time was rooted in daily life and reinforced the idea of serving the nation. Those concepts were applied in everyday life and became simplified.
The main body and also the ultimate goal of literature is the human being. The "non-space true man" in Zen poetry is not only the main body but also the target in saving the world. Zen poetry is a combination of Zen philosophy and aesthetics. Mahayana Buddhism, Zen included, holds to the concept of the "shared body," which states that the main body of all living things is the same as that of the world. Becoming a "non-space true man" (a "real Buddhist") is the ultimate and lifelong goal for Zen poets. This consistency exists in not only Zen philosophy but explicitly in the Zen poetry of the Li and Tran dynasties.
The structure of this study is as follows: First, in the introduction, the author describes the background of the Zen poetry of the Li and Tran dynasties. Next, general Buddhism, one of the concepts in the Zen poetry of the Li and Tran dynasties, is discussed. Third, the Zen life in Zen poetry is focused on. Fourth, the author stresses the Buddhist
philosophy in Zen poetry. Fifth, the author relates the realization of life in Zen poetry. Lastly, the author summarizes all the arguments and viewpoints.
Table of contents一、 前言 34
二、 通俗佛理 34
(一)以教輔政精神 35
(二)看清人生世事 38
三、 禪修生活 40
(一)提倡隨緣自在生活 40
(二)指點參禪修行方法 47
四、 佛教哲理 51
(一)佛性平等 52
(二)三教思想融合 55
五、生命悟境 59
(一)頓悟境界 59
(二)示寂入滅 63
六、結語 65
引用書目 67
一、 越南禪詩(依年份排列)67
二、 現代論著 67
ISSN27890082 (P); 27890090 (E)
Created date2020.09.14
Modified date2020.09.14

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