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從《靈隱寺志》論南宋靈隱寺 臨濟法脈傳承及其宗風大要=Discussing the Heritage of Linji School of Lingyin Temple and Its General Styles during Southern Song Dynasty Based upon Lingyinsi Zhi
Author 黃連忠 (著)=Huang, Lian-zhong (au.)
Source 圓光佛學學報=Yuan Kuang Journal of Buddhist Studies
Pages129 - 162
Publisher圓光佛學研究所=Yuan Kuang Buddhist College
Publisher Url
Location桃園縣, 臺灣 [Taoyuean hsien, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword靈隱寺=Lingyin Temple; 臨濟宗=Linji School; 宗風=styles of Buddhist schools; 靈隱寺志=Lingyinsi Zhi; 禪宗法脈=heritage of Zen

Based upon Lingyinsi Zhi(《靈隱寺志》), the research is to mainly discuss the heritage masters of Linji School of Lingyin Temple during Southern Song Dynasty, and styles of this school of the monks. To be
more specific, among 33 eminent monks appeared in Lingyinsi Zhi(《靈隱寺志》), 4 of them were masters from either Yunmen School(雲門宗)or Caodong School(曹洞宗), one of them did not belong to Southern Song Dynasty; the other 28 were all successors of the heritage of Yuanwu Keqin(圓悟克勤)from Master Yangqi Fanghui(楊岐方會), besides Master Lanan Daoshu(懶庵道樞), who belonged to Huanglong Sect(黃龍派)of Linji School by Master Huanglong Huinan(黃龍慧南). This explains that the heritage of Linji School of Lingyin Temple during Southern Song Dynasty were mostly successors of Yuanwu Keqin(圓悟克勤). Motives of this research generated from a few facts, one of them is that as the capital of Southern Song Dynasty was Hangzhou, where the system of “five mountains with ten temples” was established. Furthermore, since Lingyin Temple happened to be located in the center of Hangzhou, its unique historical and geographical positions, as well as the political atmosphere wherein the emperors bestowed abbot monks not only allowed masters in Lingyin Temple to obtain sacred Buddhist spiritual leadership or a representative of enlightenment, but also symbolized how this temple was supported by peasant followers and respected by the palace and other monks. Additionally, another reason is that the maturity of quotation publication and the rising of written Zen that symbolized the golden age of Zen School in Southern Song Dynasty. Besides, the particular influence of monks of Linji School of Lingyin Temple in Hangzhou and thought styles are all issues worthwhile of providing discussions. Another subject to be discussed in this research is the thought styles of Buddhist schools of masters in Linji School of Lingyin Temple in Southern Song Dynasty. Starting with the core ideas of Master Yangqi Fanghui(楊岐方會), brief introductions of styles of Buddhist schools of Yuanwu Keqin(圓悟克勤), Dahui Zonggao(大慧宗杲), Mian Xianjie (密庵咸傑 )and Songyuan Chongyui (松源崇嶽 ) are provided. To give more details, the thoughts already transformed by the time when Master Yuanwu Keqin(圓悟克勤)inherited from Master Yangqi Fanghui(楊岐方會); upon the Kan Hua Chan(看話禪)from Yuanwu Keqin(圓悟克勤)to Dahui Zonggao(大慧宗杲)and from Mian Xianjie(密庵咸傑)to Master Songyuan Chongyui(松源崇嶽), same thoughts transferred again. This explains that the transformation and innovation of Zen styles of Buddhist schools of Linji school allow Chinese Zen schools to be filled with active and new vitality and creativity.
Table of contents一、前言 134
二、南宋靈隱寺臨濟禪僧法脈傳承 135
三、南宋靈隱寺臨濟禪宗風大要 148
四、結語 157
ISSN16086848 (P)
Created date2015.04.13
Modified date2017.08.16

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