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A Study of Chan Master Shuokui's Recorded Sayings=明清禪籍的刊行與入藏問題:以《碩揆禪師語錄》為例
Author Venerable Fachuang (著)=釋法幢 (au.)
Source 2019 International Conference on Buddhist Canons
Location高雄, 臺灣 [Kaohsiung, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
NoteAuthor Affiliations: Fo Guang University, Taiwan
AbstractThere are three versions of Chan Master Shuokui’s Recorded Sayings (Shuokui chanshi yulu 碩揆禪師語錄). One version is found in the Jingshan canon and the other two versions are found in the National Library of China in Beijing. These three versions of the recorded sayings of Shuokui (1628–1697) were published and circulated in both manuscript and woodblock print forms. A study of Shuokui’s recorded sayings will help us to understand the print culture in Buddhist monasteries and their economic development in the Ming and Qing dynasties. In addition, Shuokui’s talks, exchanges with his disciples, letters and writings in his recorded sayings also provide important material for scholars to study Chan Buddhism in early modern China.
Created date2022.04.15
Modified date2022.04.15

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