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『雑阿含』809経における「鹿林梵志子」 -- 『釈軌論』所引の ri dgas zlog gi mdo との関連で=Lù-lín-fàn-zhì-zĭ 鹿林梵志子 in the Samyuktāgama, No.809 : In relation to the Ri dags zlog gi mdo cited in Vasubandhu's Vyākhyāyukti
Author 堀内俊郎 (著)
Source インド哲学仏教学研究=インド テツガク ブッキョウガク ケンキュウ=Studies of Indian Philosophy and Buddhism, Tokyo University
Volumev.13
Date2006.03
Pages87 - 101
Publisher東京大学インド哲学仏教学研究室=Dpt. Of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies, Tokyo University
Publisher Url http://www.l.u-tokyo.ac.jp/intetsu/index.html
Location東京, 日本 [Tokyo, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language日文=Japanese
AbstractIn his Vyākhyāyukti (VyY), Chapter 4, Vasubandhu maintains that Śākyamuni Buddha, a historical figure, is an illusory manifestation (nirmāṇakāya). Having dealt with the former half of Vasubandhu's discussion in my preceding paper, I tried to elucidate here the latter half of the same topic. In this article, first I pointed out that the latter half of Vasubandhu's Buddhakāya-theory found in his VyY was later cited in Sāgaramegha's Bodhisattvabhūmivyākhyā (BBhVy). In his discussion of Buddhakaya-theory, Vasubandhu clarifies the theory of upāyakauśalya ""skillful means"" in detail. By citing two scriptures relevant to this theory, Vasubandhu illustrates the fact that the upāyakauśalya theory is proclaimed not only in Mahāyāna, but also in Śrāvakayāna. Before the citation from those scriptures, a sentence of four lines is also quoted with an introductory phrase gzhan yang ""furthermore"". Comparing the sentence with its corresponding passage found in BBhVy, the sentence composed of four lines in VyY may possibly be understood as originally a verse. Then, what can be questioned is the identification of the citation from both scriptures. As for the second sūtra therein called Ri dags zlog gi mdo, Skilling [2001] assumes that Ri dags zlog must be Migalaṇḍika who is said to have committed the fourth pārājika, i.e. killing, and concludes that the corresponding texts to this sutra are found in Vin, Vol.III.68 and SN, Vol.V.320 (54.9.Vesālī). I am indebted to him for the assumption of Ri dags zlog as Mi(ṛ)galaṇḍika; however, I rather conclude that the source of this Ri dags zlog gi mdo is Saṃyuktāgama, No.809, the Chinese correspondent of SN, Vol.V.320 (54.9.Vesālī). In order to demonstrate this fact, I examined the Chinese translation of the personal name ""Migalaṇḍika-samaṇakuttaka/Mrgadaṇḍika-parivrājaka"" who is said to have been the first person in the Buddhist community that has committed the fourth pārdāika, i.e. killing. From this examination, I have drawn the conclusion that the name Lù-lín-fàn-zhì-zĭ 鹿林梵志子 found in Saṃyuktāgama, No.809 must originally be Lù-lín-fàn-zhì-zĭ 鹿林梵志子, which exactly corresponds to ""Mṛgadaṇḍika-parivrājaka"".
ISSN09197907 (P)
DOIhttps://doi.org/10.15083/00037018
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Created date2008.11.25
Modified date2021.08.31



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