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論禪宗“兩般病”思想之意涵=On the meaning of Two-like ills in the Zen Buddhism Thought
Author 丁建華 (著)=Ding, Jian-hua (au.)
Source 中國文化研究=Chinese Culture Research
Volumen.3
Date2018
Pages77 - 83
Publisher北京語言文化大學
Location北京, 中國 [Beijing, China]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language中文=Chinese
Note作者單位:浙江工商大學哲學系
Keyword兩般病=Two ills; 光不透脫=light-free; 云門宗=Yunmen school
Abstract禪宗五宗之一的雲門宗,為宋代禪門之"顯宗"。雲門三句常為學術界所關注,雲門另一個命題"兩般病"卻少有人論及。雲門"兩般病"包括"光不透脫"兩般病與法身兩般病,光不透脫兩般病主要是以"空"為中心而展開的,法身兩般病是以"法身"為中心展開的,即對兩者的自性執著,以及由此而與世間法打作兩截。

The Yunmen School,one of five schools of Zen Buddhism,was the most popular sect in the Song Dynsty. The "Three Sentences of Yunmen "is often the object of concern by the academic circle,but the concept of "two ills",another proposition of Yunmen,is rarely discussed. The "two ills"of includes the"ill of light-free"which concerns itself about emptiness,and the ill of Dharmakaya which concern itself with the clinging to the self.
Table of contents一 “光不透脫”兩般病 78
二 法身兩般病 80
三 結語: 兩般病是一種病 82
ISSN10053247 (P)
DOI10.15990/j.cnki.cn11-3306/g2.2018.03.007
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Created date2022.05.06



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