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以詩詮義:試論雪浪洪恩對華嚴詮釋學的運用發展=Interpretation via Poem: An Analysis of the Application and Development of Huayan Hermeneutics by Xuelang Hong’en
Author 釋德安 (著)=Shi, De-an (au.)
Source International Journal of Chinese Buddhist Studies=中國佛教研究國際期刊
Volumev.1 n.1
Pages187 - 210
PublisherInstitute of Pali-Sanskrit-Chinese-Tibetan Buddhist Literature Studies=巴梵漢藏佛教文獻研究所
LocationSri Lanka [斯里蘭卡]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword雪浪洪恩= Xuelang Hong’en; 华严宗诠释学= Huayan Hermeneutics; 诗作= creation of poems; 佛教的中国化= Sinicization of Buddhism

The correlation between Chan and Doctrinal Buddhism has been one of the main threads in the development of Buddhism since Song Dynasty. Against the background of the integration of Chan and Doctrinal Buddhism during the period between Ming and Qing Dynasties, although the creative advancement of Buddhism in respect of its philosophical aspect has led to a few remarkable breakthroughs in comparison with that of the previous periods--e.g., Sui and Tang Dynasties--the active involvement of Buddhist by means of poetry also reflects the efforts of eminent monks to interpret the Buddhist doctrine and publicize Buddhism at that time. Xuelang Hong’en is one of the representatives of Huayan school in the late Ming Dynasty, who is also famous for the creation of poems. He built up contacts extensively both inside and outside the Buddhist community, showing an active attitude towards the civil lives, but his poems also revealed the tendency to admire the literary style of Wei and Jin Dynasties. This paper holds that Xuelang, as a monk and poet, not only actively applies Huayan thought to the creation of poetry, but also develops the hermeneutics of Huayan school through poetry composition.
Table of contents一、華嚴意象用於詩作 192
二、言語直陳華嚴義理 197
三、意象描繪華嚴旨趣 202
餘論:雪浪以詩詮義的特色 208
ISSN28202228 (P)
Created date2022.07.29
Modified date2022.08.01

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