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明代普泰系、高原明昱系華嚴宗、唯識學傳承考述=A Research on the Inheritance of Huayan School and Yogacara in the Cliques of Putai and Gaoyuan Mingyu in the Ming Dynasty
Author 楊維中 =Yang, Wei-zhong
Source 2015華嚴專宗國際學術研討會論文集上冊
Pages109 - 132
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Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Note作者單位:南京大學哲學系 教授(Professor, Department of Philosophy, Nanjing University)
Keyword無極守愚=Wuji Shouyu; 魯菴普泰=Lu’an Puta; 雪浪洪恩=Xuelang Hongen; 徧融真圓=Bianrong Zhenyuan; 高原明昱=Gaoyuan Mingyu; Huayan School in the Ming dynasty; Yogacara in the Ming dynasty

In order to understand easily, the paper is analyzed in four parts: Lu’an Putai and Wuji Shouyu, clique of Xuelang Hongen, clique of Bianrong Zhenyuan, and clique of Gaoyuan Mingyu with his disciples. The four parts narrates these monks’ contributions
to spread Huayan in the Ming dynasty. The common characteristic of the four cliques was that they also developed and expanded the study of Yogacara. About the development of Huayan School in the late Ming dynasty, the contribution of Lu’an Putai was great. The
Qingshou Temple (Big Xinglong Temple) in Beijing was then the important base to spread Huayan and Yogacara. The publication of Lu’an Putai’s Complementary Annotation on the Verses Delineating the Eight Consciousnesses and his Explanation on Mahayana Satadharma Prakasamukha Sastra opened the renaissance of Yogacara. Wuji Shouyu and Bianrong Zhenyuan, the disciples of Putai, propagated Huayan and Yogacara at the same time. The very influential monks in the late Ming dynasty, Hanshan Deqing and Xuelang Hongen, has formally acknowledged Wuji Shouyu as their master and both spread Huayan and Yogacara. Xuelang Hongen mainly imparted the doctrine of Huayan, while his disciples taught both Huayan and Yogacara. The outcome of Xuelang Hongen’s
spreading doctrine was rewarding, for he had plenty of followers. Chaosong Huijin, Yiyu Tongrun, Cangxue Duche, Tairu Minghe, the four important followers, has made great contributions in spreading Huayan and Yogacara in the late Ming dynasty. Bianrong
Zhenyuan was also an eminent monk in spreading both Huayan and Yogacara, who was also ranked as the 26th patriarch of Huayan School. In the history of spreading the study of Huayan and Yogacara in the Ming and Qing dynasty, Gaoyuan Mingyu has made
prominent contributions. His Explanation on the Discourse on the Theory of Consciousness-only had significant influence.
Table of contents一、前言 111
二、魯菴普泰與無極守愚 111
三、雪浪洪恩法系的華嚴傳承 116
四、徧融真圓法系的華嚴、唯識傳承 121
五、高原明昱及其弟子的唯識、華嚴傳承 124
六、結語 129
Created date2021.12.02

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