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Increased production and education – the new modern Buddhist thought and practice of monk Juzan
Author Li, Xiang-ping
Source Studies in Chinese Religions
Volumev.3 n.1
Pages83 - 100
Publisher中国社会科学院=Institute of World Religions, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS); Taylor & Francis Group
Publisher Url
LocationLeeds, UK [里茲, 英國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
KeywordBuddhist reform; monk Juzan; increased production; increased education; socialization
AbstractThe monk Juzan 巨贊 (1908–1984) as a Chinese Buddhist reformist of the twentieth century emphasized that Buddhist faith should be in accordance with the times while engaged in humanitarian efforts within the contexts of reform and wartime aid, in the hopes that through bodhisattva practices one could be of benefit to others. He clearly proposed two positions of increased production and education for Buddhism, focusing his efforts on the social implementation of Buddhist reform philosophy, which was directly drawing from the reform philosophy initiated by the monk Taixu. It can be said that Juzan was the representative of Chinese Buddhist reform after Taixu in the twentieth century. This article argues that the entire transformation of twentieth century Chinese Buddhism came down through Taixu’s three great revolutions, Juzan’s two proposed concepts and the three traditions of Zhao Puchu (equal emphasis on farming and Chan, academic research and international exchange), allowing for the full development of the basic logic of Humanistic Buddhism in the twentieth century, which was essentially the transformation route from ‘humanization’ towards ‘socialization.’
Created date2021.03.24

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