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慈雲遵式與天竺寺=Zunshi (964–1032) and Tianzhu Monastery
Author 釋果鏡 (著)=Shih, Guo-jing (au.)
Source 法鼓佛學學報=Dharma Drum Journal of Buddhist Studies
Pages103 - 175
Publisher Url
Location新北市, 臺灣 [New Taipei City, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword慈雲=Ciyun; 遵式=Zunshi; 天台=Tiantai; 入藏=canonization; 天竺寺=Tianzhu si
Historically, there are many well-known Buddhist figures who, having made great
accomplishments in the secular world, devoted their lives to the faith, practice, and spread of Buddhism following their reunciation. Zunshi was one such example. As such, a study limited to his doctrinal contributions would not be representative of his life. Therefore it is necessary to first examine his life, including his faith, practice and efforts to spread Buddhism. The author has previously published four articles regarding Zunshi in Japanese periodicals. The current article is a continuation of that series. This article is an attempt to create a critical historical study of Zunshi, providing an overall view of his life. The author first looks at the monasteries in which he stayed throughout his life, searching for information regarding his practice, studies, and proselytization, showing that he devoted his life completely to Buddhism. Next, this paper will focus on Zunshi’s activities at Tianzhu si, a time which may be divided into three periods: poetry writing, preaching and writing, and seclusion. In the period of poetry writing, he wrote poems about the natural surroundings of Tianzhu si. Zunshi’s attitudes about Tianzhu and his co-practitioners are revealed in these poems. In Zunshi’s period of preaching and writing, he had contact with
contemporary officials, and his ideas and techniques for benefiting sentient beings may be seen. During this same period, there is information regarding Zunshi’s contributions to the Tiantai school. He was responsible for the publication of Tiantai texts brought from Japan by Jakushō. He also led an effort to have Tiantai texts brought into the Chinese Buddhist canon, for which the author attempts to identify relevant textual materials. The third period, his seclusion, lasted from his later years to his death. In discussing Zunshi’s life of practice, he exhorted his disciples to maintain Tianzhu as a center of practice, and continue planting seeds of compassion. Finally, the author will make an in depth analysis of the canonization of Tiantai texts.

Table of contents一、前言 105
二、遵式的寺院生涯及行化 106
三、遵式與天竺寺 124
四、天台入藏疑義辨析 157
五、結語 164
ISSN19968000 (P)
Created date2009.03.03
Modified date2021.01.11

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