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親鸞思想に基づく仏教「法学」論の研究序説(一) : 親鸞における煩悩理解の二側面=An Introduction to Research on Buddhist "Law" Based on Shinran's Ideology : The Two Aspects to understanding Affliction according Shinran
Author 田中無量 (著)=Tanaka, Muryo (au.)
Source 武蔵野大学仏教文化研究所紀要=Journal of Institute of Buddhist Culture, Musashino University=ムサシノ ダイガク ブッキョウ ブンカ ケンキュウジョ キヨウ
Pages33 - 59
Publisher Url
Location西東京市, 日本 [Nishitokyo-shi, Japan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword応用仏教学; 仏教法学; 無自性仏性説; 小野清一郎; 村上速水
AbstractThere is prior research within the study of Buddhist “law” based on Shinran’s
ideology, conducted by Seiichirō Ono and Munenobu Hirakawa, in which they
focus on Shinran’s anthropology and attempt to use it as the foundation for the
law. After studying their method of research, I have attempted to research the
Buddhist legal theory based on Shinran’s ideology through proving Shinran’s
anthropology by focusing on the two aspects of the afflictions (bonnō), or earthly
desires, as explained by Shinran, and discussing the law that is based on that
anthropology. This paper discusses the two aspects of affliction according to
Shinran as the first step in that research.

Shinran says that there are two aspects to the afflictions: the first is dan bonnō,
which is the endless circle of earthly desires, and the second is fudan bonnō, which
is salvation, or enlightenment through earthly desires. Dan-bonnō is shown as
something that we should eliminate. It is a part of the circle of transmigration, and
therefore cannot lead to salvation. At this point, Amida Buddha enters the world of
affliction, and leads all the afflictions of sentient beings to the fudan bonnō aspect.
As for the fudan bonnō, it is understood that earthly desires are in themselves
enlightenment. There, salvation can be found.

An any case, using just the “enlightenment through earthly desires” aspect as
a basis, the logic of affliction as justice would justify the convenience, greed, and
earthly desires of oneself or one’s country, and the world could be filled with this
affirmation. If we provisionally formulated a legal theory from only that point of
view, it could go in a potentially very dangerous direction. “If the karmic cause so
prompts us, we will commit any kind of act.” It is precisely because we are human
that influential people and nations must always be thinking “Do not take a liking
to poison just because there is an antidote.”
Table of contents序論 35
一 親鸞思想に基づく仏教「法学」論の系譜 38
二 親鸞の煩悩理解における「断煩悩」 (生死流転の煩悩)の側面 43
三 親鸞の煩悩理解における「不断煩悩」 (即菩提の煩悩)の側面 47
小結 51
註 52
ISSN18820107 (P)
Created date2021.09.16
Modified date2021.09.23

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