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The Monk Mūlaphalguna and the Nuns: Biography as Criticism
Author Schopen, Gregory (著)
Source Hualin International Journal of Buddhist Studies
Volumev.5 n.1 Special Issue: Text and Image & Buddhist Biography
Date2022.05
Pages313 - 333
PublisherCambria Press
Publisher Url http://www.cambriapress.com/
LocationNew York, US [紐約州, 美國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
NoteGregory Schopen is an Emeritus Distinguished Professor at UCLA. His work focuses on Indian Buddhist monastic life. By looking beyond canonical materials in favour of less commonly used sources such as Indian Buddhist stone inscriptions, his numerous scholarly works have shifted the field away from Buddhism as portrayed through its own doctrines toward a more realistic picture of the actual lives of Buddhists, lives that were (and remain) deeply intertwined with the economic sphere. In 1985 he received the MacArthur Grant for his work in the field of History of Religion. In 2015 he was also elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
KeywordMūlaphalguna; Vinaya literature; Indian Buddhism; monastic regulation
AbstractMost of the monks that cause trouble in vinaya texts are either nameless or members of the Group-of-Six. Those in the first category are almost certainly literary fictions and were not historical people, and the same is being more and more suggested for those in the second category as well: each member of the Group appears to be a literary creation meant to embody or stand for one or another common monastic failing or fault—over eating, acquisitiveness, lasciviousness, etc. This paper will focus on another named figure who appears to have been a literary device used to criticize the practices of nuns that some monks did not approve of. His biography seems to have no other purpose than to represent nuns in an unfavorable light, as head-strong and overwrought. His name was Mūlaphalguna.
Table of contentsAbstract 313
Bibliography 331
ISSN25762923 (P); 25762931 (E)
DOIhttps://dx.doi.org/10.15239/hijbs.05.01.08
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Created date2023.08.16
Modified date2023.08.16



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