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Buddhist Cosmic Unity: An Edition, Translation and Study of the "Anūnatvāpūrṇatvanirdeśaparivarta"
Author Silk, Jonathan Alan ; Zimmermann, Michael
Date2015.04.14
Pages252
PublisherHamburg University Press
Publisher Url https://blogs.sub.uni-hamburg.de/hup/
LocationHamburg, Germany [漢堡, 德國]
SeriesHamburg Buddhist Studies
Series No.4
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
KeywordAnūnatvāpūrṇatvanirdeśaparivarta; Mahāyāna sūtra; saṁsāra=Samsara; nirvāṇa=Nirvana; cosmic unity=kosmische Einheit; critical edition=kritische Edition; English translation=englische Übersetzung
AbstractThe "Anūnatvāpūrṇatvanirdeśaparivarta" is a short Mahāyāna sūtra extant in its entirety only in Chinese translation. To judge from its use as a proof-text in the seminal philosophical treatise "Ratnagotravibhāga", which quotes roughly half of the sūtra, it is a fundamental scripture expressing ideas about the unitary nature of saṁsāra and nirvāṇa, and each individual’s innate capacity for awakening, called in this text and elsewhere ‘tathāgatagarbha,’ ‘embryo of the tathāgatas.’
Although the text has hitherto drawn the attention primarily of Japanese scholars, this is the first critical edition of the sūtra, aligning its Chinese text with the available Sanskrit, offering a richly annotated English translation, a detailed introduction which places the work in its historical and doctrinal context, and a number of appendices exploring key notions, providing a reading text shorn of annotation, and enumerating the prolific quotations of the work found in Chinese Buddhist literature. This volume is thus an important contribution to studies of developing Mahāyāna Buddhism, Buddhist doctrine and the textual history of scriptures.
Table of contentsForeword vii
Preface ix

Introduction
Textual History 3
Doctrine 14
Edition and Translation 55

Appendices
1: Is the Mind Originally Pure or is it Luminous? 135
2: On amuktajña 141
3: *Sāramati 149
4: Reading Text and Translation 159
5: A Hypothetical Reconstruction of an Indic Form of the AAN 181
6: Citations of the AAN 191

Literature 219
Indices 241
ISBN9783943423228 (hardcover)
ISSN21906769
Hits136
Created date2022.03.24
Modified date2022.03.24



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