サイトマップ本館について諮問委員会お問い合わせ資料提供著作権について当サイトの内容を引用するホームページへ        

書目仏学著者データベース当サイト内
検索システム全文コレクションデジタル仏経言語レッスン博物館リンク
 


加えサービス
書誌管理
書き出し
Doctrine and Institution in Japanese Tendai Buddhism: A Study of Jie Daishi Ryogen (912-985)
著者 Nasu, Eisho
出版年月日1997.01
ページ430
出版者Graduate Theological Union
出版サイト http://www.gtu.edu/
出版地Berkeley, CA, US [伯克利, 加利福尼亞州, 美國]
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
キーワードReligious History; History; Biographies
抄録This dissertation examines the relationship between the revival of the study of Tendai doctrine and the concurrent institutional reformation of Japanese Tendai led by Ryogen (912-985) the eighteenth abbot of Enryakuji, during the tenth century. When Ryogen entered Enryakuji on Mount Hiei in 923 as a novice, the practitioners devoted little effort to the study of Tendai doctrine that was the basis for their meditative practices. After the founder Saicho (767-822) died, doctrinal studies had been progressively disregarded. Further, institutional secularization led to an erosion of monastic discipline during the early Heian period (794-1191). As a scholar and administrator, Ryogen rekindled interest in the study of Tendai doctrine and initiated institutional reform during his tenure as abbot of the Tendai school (966-985).

The ingenuity of Ryogen's leadership as the abbot of Enryakuji lay in his vision integrating doctrine and institution. In order to restore institutional integrity and revitalize the study of doctrine, Ryogen emphasized three Mahayana Buddhist ideas, one vehicle (ichijo or ekayana), buddha-nature (bussho), and bodhisattva precepts (bosatsukai). Although Tendai masters before Ryogen also appreciated these ideas, Ryogen promoted Tendai's unique interpretations of one vehicle, buddha-nature, and bodhisattva precepts, and applied these ideas institutionally by means of doctrinal debates, public lectures, and communal rituals.

Instead of relying on his charisma, Ryogen institutionalized these ideas to instill in his community a renewed sense of identity and to articulate its distinctiveness from other Buddhist schools. Under Ryogen's leadership, Japanese Tendai developed into the largest and most influential Buddhist community in Japan with a community of three thousand priests residing on Mount Hiei. Ryogen's efforts established the foundation for the doctrinal and institutional traditions that emerged during the Kamakura period (1192-1333). Founders of the Kamakura Buddhist movements, such as Honen (1133-1212), Dogen (1200-1253), Shinran (1173-1262), and Nichiren (1222-1282), all emerged from the Tendai school reformed by Ryogen. At Enryakuji Ryogen is remembered as the "second founder of Mount Hiei (Eizan chuko no so)."
ヒット数436
作成日2008.04.30
更新日期2017.01.05



Chrome, Firefox, Safari(Mac)での検索をお勧めします。IEではこの検索システムを表示できません。

注意:

この先は にアクセスすることになります。このデータベースが提供する全文が有料の場合は、表示することができませんのでご了承ください。

修正のご指摘

下のフォームで修正していただきます。正しい情報を入れた後、下の送信ボタンを押してください。
(管理人がご意見にすぐ対応させていただきます。)

シリアル番号
159017

検索履歴
フィールドコードに関するご説明
検索条件ブラウズ