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淨土宗與禪宗對於淨土觀念的詮釋意趣=Interpretation of the Pure Land by the Pure Land School and Chan Buddhism
Author 王公偉 (著)=Wang, Gong-wei (au.)
Source 安徽師範大學學報 (人文社會科學版)=Journal of Anhui Normal University (Philosophy & Social Sciences)
Volumev.31 n.1
Pages40 - 43 + 78
Location安徽, 中國 [Anhui, China]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword詮釋=hermeneutics; 淨土宗=Pure Land School; 禪宗=Chan Buddhism; 淨土=Pure Land

The thought of the Pure Land is an important part of Chinese Buddhism. All the schools of Chinese Buddhism, especially the Pure Land School and Chan Buddhism bear different views on the Pure Land. The Pure Land School believes the rebirth in the Pure Land of the Buddha Amitabha can only be attained by reciting the Buddha Amitabba's name according to the Mo-Fa thought. On the contrary, Chan Buddhism believes the Pure Land of the Buddha Amitabha does not exist in the physical world but in man's mind. The difference between the interpretation of the Pure Land represents their different understanding of Buddhism and reflects their respective.
ISSN10012435 (P)
Created date2004.07.09
Modified date2020.03.12

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