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東アジアにおける仏教写本研究の現況と研究方法=Buddhist Manuscript Research in East Asia: the Present Situation and Research Methods
Author 落合俊典 (著)=Ochiai, Toshinori (au.)
Source 불교학리뷰=Critical review for Buddhist studies =仏教学レビュー
Volumev.7
Date2010.06
Pages9 - 31
Publisher金剛大學
Publisher Url https://www.ggu.ac.kr/
LocationKorea [韓國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language日文=Japanese
Note저자정보: 국제불교대학원대학 소속
Keyword仏教写本=Buddhist manuscripts; 敦煌写本=Dunhuang manuscripts; 日本古写経=Japanese handwritten sutras; 聖教=religion; 新羅僧玄超=Silla monk Hyongcho; 『最勝太子別檀供養儀軌』=Choesung taeja byoltan gongyang uigwe; 金剛寺一切経=Kongoji canon; 七寺一切経=Nanatsudera canon
AbstractIt goes without saying that the main language of Buddhist manuscripts in East Asia was Classical Chinese. From the foundation of Chinese Buddhism until around the fifteenth or sixteenth centuries both intellectuals and scholar monks were using it as a common mutual language.
Long had the transmission and copying of Buddhist texts been done with handwritten manuscripts, but in the tenth century in China the Kaibaozang 開寶藏 (Beisong chiban 北宋勅版 or Northern Song imperial edition) had published a printed edition of the Tripitaka and the printing of sūtras became popular. However, even following this there was no abandonment of handwritten manuscripts and they continued to be used for daily use, but throughout East Asia as print publishing culture developed the primary use of handwritten manuscripts declined.
Today any person seeking to conduct research on East Asian Buddhist culture must consider and well understand the present situation of manuscript research. Here I will, with young Korean researchers with an interest in manuscript research in mind, outline the following five articles and explain their significance: 1) The definition of Buddhist manuscripts. 2) The present situation of Buddhist manuscript research in East Asia. 3) An introduction to Buddhist manuscript research methods. 4) A particular example of research Choesung taeja byoltan gongyang uigwe 最勝太子別檀供養儀軌 by the Silla monk Hyongcho 玄超. 5) The basis of classical studies in the humanities.

Table of contents1. 仏教写本の定義 9
2. 東アジア仏教写本研究の現況 10
3. 仏教写本の研究方法序論 19
4. 個別研究の実例 -- 新出・ 伝新羅僧玄超撰 『最勝太子別檀供養儀軌』 22
5. 人文古典学の基本・ 写本研究を志す韓国の若き研究者へ 24


ISSN19752660 (P)
DOI10.29213/crbs..7.201006.9
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Created date2021.08.02
Modified date2021.08.13



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