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傅大士禪法中的懺悔實踐=The Practice of Ksama in Fu Tashih's Chan Buddhism
Author 白金銑 (著)=Pai, Chin-hsien (au.)
Source 玄奘佛學研究=Hsuan Chuang Journal of Buddhism Studies
Pages125 - 160
Publisher Url
Location新竹市, 臺灣 [Hsinchu shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese; 英文=English
Note作者為國立台灣師範大學國文所博士=Ph.D. of Graduate Institute of Chinese National Taiwan Normal University
Keyword傅大士; 梁武帝=Emperor Wu of Liang Dynasty; 懺悔=ksama; 《善慧大士錄》=Lectures of Bodhisattva Shan-hui; 怨親平等=Equality for all; 彌勒=Maitreya

This essay is divided into three principal aspects to delve into the practice of Fu Tashih’s Chan Buddhism, exploring respectively the cause of ksama practices between Fu Tashih (the Great Master Fu) and Emperor Wu of Liang Dynasty, the source of Fu Tashih’s thought for such practices, and Fu Tashih’s ksama practices based on equality for all, even enemies. For the first aspect, scholars’ researches and historical biography of Buddhism show that both Fu Tashih and Emperor Wu of Liang Dynasty emphasized the practice of ksama thought. Despite their delicate relationship as monarch-courtier and mentor-mentee, the Great Master Fu and the emperor cherished the same ideals and took the same course, both in practicing ksama-repentance and ascetic Chan approach. As for the second aspect, according to the Lectures of Bodhisattva Shan-hui, the major source of Fu Tashih’s thought on ksama practices came from the ideas of Non-duality in Vimalakirti Nirdesa Sutra, in addition to the Chan instructions received from Ascetic Song. For the last aspect, this paper concludes that Fu Tashih linked above ideas of Non-duality in Vimalakirti Nirdesa Sutra with beliefs of Maitreya incarnation, and put it into effect while practicing meditation and in worship and repentance rituals during Liang and Chen Dynasties. He is thus credited with having invented the attainment of the Buddhahood by meditation through the practice of ksama based on equality for all, even enemies. From the perspectives of propagation, practice, effect, influence,and popularity, Fu Tashih’s ksama practices based on equality can be in parallel with other well-known repentance rites, such as Fa Hua Repentance, Avatamsaka Repentance, Yuan Chueh Repentance, Sūtras of Name of the Buddha, Emperor Liang’s Repentance and Water Repentance.
Table of contents一、導言 128
二、傅大士與梁武帝之懺悔因緣 131
三、傅大士懺悔實踐的思想源頭 138
四、傅大士怨親平等懺悔實踐 141
五、結語 155
ISSN18133649 (P)
Created date2013.07.24
Modified date2017.12.08

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