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明清三峰派稀見文獻解題(一)=An Introduction to Eight Rare Texts from the Sanfeng Chan Tradition in the Ming and Qing Dynasties (Part I)
Author 黃繹勳 (著)
Source 第一屆「近世東亞佛教的文獻和研究」國際學術研討會論文集
Volumev.1 n.1
Location宜蘭, 臺灣 [I-lan, Taiwan]
Content type會議論文=Proceeding Article
Keyword明清佛教=Buddhism in the Ming and Qing dynasties; 三峰派禪師=Sanfeng Chan masters; 漢月法藏=Hanyue Fazang; 三峯清涼禪寺志=temple gazetteer of Sanfeng qingliang chansi
者智證傳》;二、退翁弘儲(1605-1672),《靈 和尚樹泉集》 嵓 ;三、

This article introduces eight rare texts which exist as unique copies
held in the Beijing National Library, the Shanghai Library, the sutra
repository(zangjinglou 藏經樓) of Xiyuan si 西園寺 in Suzhou, and
the Changshu 常熟 Library. Published in the Ming and Qing dynasties,
these works have long been out of general circulation. They contain
important information on Chan masters of the Sanfeng 三峯 (three
peaks) tradition. The first seven texts are works or recorded sayings
belonging to the Sanfeng Chan masters, and the last one is a temple
gazetteer of Sanfeng qingliang si 三峯清涼寺 in Changshu. The eight
texts are as follows: 1. Hanyue Fazang 漢月法藏(1573-1635), Yumi
shenti jiyin zunzhe zhizheng chuan 於密滲提寂音尊者智證傳; 2.
Tuiweng Hongchu 退翁弘儲 (1605-1672), Lingyan heshangshuquan ji
靈嵓和尚樹泉集; 3. Shuoji Hongsheng 碩機弘聖 (?-1658),Runzhou
jiaoshan shuoji sheng chanshi yulu 潤州焦山碩機聖禪師語錄 ;
4.Huotang Zhengyan 豁堂正喦 (1597-1670), Lingyin huotang chanshi
zhuhaiyu sanfeng qingliang yuan yulu 靈隱豁堂禪師住海虞三峯清涼
院語錄; 5. Shuokui Yuanzhi 碩揆原志 (1628-1697), Shuokui chanshi
yulu 碩揆禪師語錄 (manuscript); 6. Shuokui Yuanzhi, Shuokui chanshi
yulu(block-print edition); 7. Bo’an Zhengzhi 檗菴正志 (1599-1676),
Bo’anbielu 檗菴別錄; 8. Changshu sanfeng qingliang chansi zhi 常熟
三峯清涼禪寺志. This article provides basic information about these
eight texts,including their compilers, compilation and publication dates,
location of thetext, structure, and important content. These eight texts are
valuable sourcesfor further research on the development of the Sanfeng
Chan tradition andthe study of Buddhism in the Ming and Qing
Created date2023.06.26
Modified date2023.06.26

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