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Zen Buddhism: A History. Vol. 2, Japan
著者 Dumoulin, Heinrich
出版年月日2005.08.16
ページ520
出版者World Wisdom
出版サイト http://www.worldwisdom.com/public/home.aspx
出版地Bloomington, IN, US [布盧明頓, 印第安納州, 美國]
シリーズTreasures of the World's Religions
資料の種類書籍=Book
言語英文=English
ノートAbout the Author
Heinrich Dumoulin was one of the world’s foremost Zen scholars. He was the first director of the Nanzan Institute of Religion and Culture in Japan. He died in 1995 at the age of 90.
Victor Sogen Hori received his doctoral degree in philosophy from Stanford University in 1976 and was ordained a Zen monk in Kyoto. He is currently professor of Japanese religions in the Faculty of Religious Studies, McGill University.
抄録This classic history of Zen embodies a scholar’s respect for historical research and a monk’s respect for Zen as a religion. With an unparalleled breadth of scope and detail covering both Rinzai and Soto traditions in Japan, the monumental figure of Dogen, Zen in Art and Culture, Zen Master Hakuin, and Modern Movements in post-war Japan, this book is essential reading for any serious student of Japanese Zen. The great merit of Dumoulin’s study is that he presents the history of Zen from the ‘inside’; his version follows that of an unbroken line of Zen Masters and monks, explaining core religious ideas which have shaped generations of Zen practitioners. In this classic history Dumoulin identifies “pure” and “authentic” Zen, combining a scholar’s respect for history with an insider’s view of one who reveres the spiritual sources which have sustained many generations of Zen practitioners. With an unparalleled breadth of scope and detail covering both Rinzai and Soto traditions in Japan, the monumental figure of Dogen, Zen in Art and Culture, Zen Master Hakuin, and Modern Movements in post-war Japan, this book is essential reading for any serious student of Japanese Zen. The luminous heart of Zen, “not founded on words and letters”, shines through these pages, and Dumoulin never fails to remind us of those core religious ideas which transcend history and shape the life of the spirit.
目次[Table of Contents]

Zen Buddhism II Japan

Foreword to the 1990 Edition
Note to the 2005 Edition by James W. Heisig
Introduction by Victor Sogen Hori
The Zen Schools in Japan
Section 1: The Planting of Zen In Japan

1. The Rinzai School in the Kamakura Period
- Early History Background to the Kamakura Period
- Dainichi Nõnin and the Daruma School
- Eisai
- Eisai’s Disciples
- Enni Ben’en
- Shinchi Kakushin
- Chinese Masters
- The Rinzai School Prior to the End of the Kamakura
- Period
2. Dogen
- Life and Work
- Essential Characteristics
- Zen Master and Religious Thinker
3. The Soto School after Dogen
- Dogen and His Disciples
- Koun Ejo
- The Dispute over the Third-Generation Successor
- Keizan Jokin
Section 2: Expansion and Achievement to the End of the
- Middle Ages
4. The Five Mountains to the Rinzai School
- The Establishment and Reinforcement of the System
- National Teacher Muso
- The Movement of the Five Mountains during the
- Muromachi Period
5. The Rinka Monasteries
- Daitoku-ji and its Founder Kanzan Egen and the Myoshin-ji Line
- Ikkyp Spjun
- The Genjo Line Rural Rinzai Monasteries
- The Expansion of the Soto School
6. Zen in Art and Culture
- Architecture
- Garden Art
- Calligraphy
- Painting
- The Spread of Tea Culture
- Related Arts
Section 3: The Zen Movement during the Modern Period
7. The Beginnings of Japan’s Modern Period
- The Periods of Azuchi (1568-1582) and Momoyama (1582-1600)
- The First Encounters between Zen and Christianity
- The Edo Period and Zen
- Takuan Soho
8. The Zen Schools during the Tokugawa Period
- The Obaku School
- The Rinzai School before Hakuin The Soto School
- An Excursus on Basho and Zen’s Love of Nature
9. Hakuin
- Life and Enlightenment Experiences The Zen Sickness
- Koan Practice before and after Enlightenment
- Working among the People
- Hakuin’s Disciples and Hakuin’s Zen
10. Modern Movements
- The Zen Schools in the New Order of the Meiji Period
- Masters of the Rinzai School
- Adjustments within the Soto School
- Opening to the West
Epilogue
Appendix 1 : Abbreviations
Appendix 2: Chronological Table
Appendix 3: Chinese Characters
Appendix 4: Genealogical Tables
Bibliography
Chinese and Japanese Sources
Works in Western Languages
Index of Names and Titles
Index of Terms and Subjects
ISBN9780941532907 (pbk)
関連書評
  1. Book Review: Zen Buddhism: A History. Volume 2. Japan. By Heinrich Dumoulin Translated by James W. Heisig and Paul Knitter. / Yamashita, Tadanori (著)
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作成日2015.08.13
更新日期2015.08.13



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