Site mapAbout usConsultative CommitteeAsk LibrarianContributionCopyrightCitation GuidelineDonationHome        

CatalogAuthor AuthorityGoogle
Search engineFulltextScripturesLanguage LessonsLinks
 


Extra service
Tools
Export
Chinese Buddhist Studies: Its Character and Established Limits
Author Lancaster, Lewis R.
Source 《漢傳佛教研究的過去現在未來》會議論文集
Date2015.04
Pages1 - 16
Publisher佛光大學佛教研究中心
Publisher Url http://cbs.fguweb.fgu.edu.tw/front/bin/home.phtml
Location宜蘭縣, 臺灣 [I-lan hsien, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Language英文=English
Note作者單位:Professor, Department of East Asian Languages, University of California
The Speech of Professor Lancaster
KeywordMethodology; History; Analysis; Thought
AbstractThe study of an entity that we identify as “Chinese Buddhism” started at an early date with the writing of documents that cataloged what came to be
the canonic translations and compilations. This focus on the textual tradition and the biographies of those involved in the creation of the Chinese language literature continued to influence study. Over the centuries since those first efforts to establish the identity of the tradition in China, we have seen a variety of approaches to the subject. In every period of time, there have been generally accepted methodologies. These procedures outlined the formalities of study that that resulted from custom, tradition, and preferences of scholars. One result of these developments has been the establishment of limits beyond which there was a penalty of rejection both personal and institutional. Subject matter was ranked so that some aspects were subordinated to a less conspicuous place or status in the scheme of studying Buddhism that could be called “Chinese”. In the contemporary world, new technology has challenged the field and newer methods are raising questions about whether the computer is supplanting the older scholarly tasks or amplifying them. The tasks of researchers must include an appraisal of how they define the character of the subject matter as well as recognizing the limits imposed by custom on the ways of active investigation. Questions remain as to whether the study of Chinese Buddhism has been inclusive of everything that is wanted or required for the full picture of the tradition.
Table of contentsAbstract 1
Introduction 2
Bibliography 16
ISBN9789579583886 (平)
Hits1085
Created date2016.05.11
Modified date2016.07.27



Best viewed with Chrome, Firefox, Safari(Mac) but not supported IE

Notice

You are leaving our website for The full text resources provided by the above database or electronic journals may not be displayed due to the domain restrictions or fee-charging download problems.

Record correction

Please delete and correct directly in the form below, and click "Apply" at the bottom.
(When receiving your information, we will check and correct the mistake as soon as possible.)

Serial No.
551560

Search History (Only show 10 bibliography limited)
Search Criteria Field Codes
Search CriteriaBrowse