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Chan Master Hanyue’s Attitude toward Sutra Teachings in the Ming
Author Huang, Yi-hsun (著)
Source Journal of the Oxford Centre for Buddhist Studies
Pages28 - 54
PublisherOxford Centre for Buddhist Studies
Publisher Url
LocationOxford, UK [牛津, 英國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
AbstractHistorically, a number of Chan masters are regarded as advocates of sūtra learning as a supplement to Chan. Despite this commonality, they all have different approaches and demonstrate varying degrees of reliance on sūtra teachings. This article aims at understanding Chan Master Hanyue’s 漢月 (1573–1635) attitude toward sūtra teachings in the late Ming. Hanyue’s work, Guiding Words on the Zhizheng zhuan, represents a mature and confident attitude towards sūtra teachings on the part of a Chan master during this late stage of development in imperial China.
Table of contentsIntroduction 29
Huihong's Zhizheng zhuan 30
Zibo and the publication of Zhizheng zhuan in the Ming 32
Hanyue and his Guiding Words on the Zhizheng zhuan 35
Form Huihing to Hanyue 43
Conclusion 50
ISSN20471076 (P)
Created date2022.04.13
Modified date2022.04.13

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