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Human Life from the Perspective of Buddhist Medicine: A Philosophical Inquiry Based on the Vimalakīrti-nirdeśa-sūtra
Author Tsai, Yao-ming
Source The Conception of the Human Person in Medicine: Exploring Boundaries between Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine
Pages117 - 139
PublisherVerlag Österreich
Publisher Url
LocationVienna, Austria [維也納, 奧地利]
Content type專題研究論文=Research Paper
Table of contentsI. Introduction 117
II. Human Beings as Cognized by the Path to Liberation with the Āgama-sūtra as an Example 118
III. Human Beings as Cognized from the Path to Enlightenment with the Prajñāpāramitā-sūtra as an Example 122
IV. Two Chapters of the Vimalakīrti-nirdeśa that Teach How to Cognize Mankind: “Consolation to Someone Dealing with Illness” and “Contemplating Sentient Beings” 127
V. Human Beings Cognized through Consolation with the Chapter “Consolation to Someone Dealing with Illness” as an Example 129
1. The Relations between the Domain of the Bodhisattva and Sickness 129
2. Consolation in Relation to the Bodhisattva’s Practices 130
3. Pacifying Those Who Are Sick in Relation to the Bodhisattva’s Practices 132
4. The Domain of the Bodhisattva in the Context of Sickness 135
VI. Conclusion 137
Created date2020.11.26
Modified date2020.12.08

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