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Foundations of Tʻien-Tʻai Philosophy: The Flowering of the Two Truths Theory in Chinese Buddhism
Author Swanson, Paul Loren
PublisherAsian Humanities Press
LocationBerkeley, CA, US [伯克利, 加利福尼亞州, 美國]
Content type書籍=Book
KeywordTien-tai Buddhism; Doctrines; Truth; Threefold Truth; Fa-hua hsuan-i; Chih-i; two truths
AbstractA study of the development of the threefold truth by T'ien-t'ai Chih-i. It traces the debates over the two truths (samvrti-satya and paramartha-satya) in China and Chih-i's development of the threefold truth (emptiness conventionality and the Middle) The volume contains an annotated translation of part of Chih-i's Fa-hua hsuan-i (The profound meaning of the Lotus Sutra).
Table of contentsCh1 Truth in T'ien-T'ai (天台) Philosophy
Ch2 Early Madhyamika (中觀學派) in China
Ch3 Early Chinese Apocryphal Sutras (疑經)
Ch4 The Liang (梁) Period (502-557)
Ch5 Hui-Yuan (淨影寺慧遠) 's Encyclopedia of Mahayana Buddhism
Ch6 The Ch'eng Shih Lun (『成實論』) Scholars
Ch7 The Sanlun (三論宗) Critiques
Ch8 Chih-i (智顗) 's Threefold Truth
ISBN0895819198; 9780895819192
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  1. 書評:Paul L. Swanson, Foundations of the T'ien-T'ai Philosophy: The Flowering of the Two Truths Theory in Chinese Buddhism / 山野俊郎 (著)
Created date1998.04.28
Modified date2022.01.26

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