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WŏNhyo’s Pure Land Thought on BuddhāNusmṛTi in Its Sinitic Buddhist Context
著者 McBride, Richard D., II
掲載誌 Acta Koreana
巻号v.18 n.1
出版年月日2015.06.15
ページ45 - 94
出版者Academia Koreana, Keimyung University
出版サイト http://actakoreana.kmu.ac.kr/
出版地Daegu, South Korea [大邱, 韓國]
資料の種類期刊論文=Journal Article
言語英文=English
キーワードWŏnhyo (617–686); Pure Land Buddhism; buddhānusmṛti; yŏmbul (Ch. nianfo); simnyŏn (Ch. shinian); Silla Buddhism
抄録Wŏnhyo (617–686) should not be classified as a member of a “Pure Land tradition” or “Pure Land school.” Instead, he, like many of his intellectual forebears and con-temporaries in medieval China, such as Tanluan (ca. 488–554), Jingying Huiyuan (523–592), Tiantai Zhiyi (538–597), Jizang (549–623), and Shandao (613–681), was more concerned with the way in which the doctrines and practices presented in the Pure Land sūtras integrated with other aspects of Sinitic Mahāyāna Buddhism. Wŏnhyo’s writings demonstrate an intimate knowledge of the state of doctrinal Buddhism in China, and he wrote to participate in the larger Sinitic Buddhist intellectual discourse. Although Wŏnhyo’s Muryangsu-gyŏng chongyo (Doctrinal Essentials of the Wuliangshou jing) treats the Wuliangshou jing ([Larger] Sukhāvatīvyūha-sūtra), he did not ignore the Guan Wuliangshou jing (Sūtra on the Visualization of the Buddha Amitāyus). He was able to treat with precision the crucial passage of the latter scripture that deals with the meaning of the “ten recollections” (simnyŏn, Ch. shinian) and its relation to the practice of buddhānusmṛti (yŏmbul, Ch. nianfo) from within the context of the former sūtra. Wŏnhyo conceptualized both the ten recollections of the Mile fawen jing (Scripture on Questions asked by Maitreya) and the practice of chanting the name of the Buddha Amitābha for ten thought-moments as practices for people with inferior spiritual capacity. This probably reflects his belief that all people are capable of arousing the bodhicitta because all beings possess the Tathāgatagarbha. Succeeding monastic scholiasts of Silla adopted many of Wŏnhyo’s views but none completely shared his belief that the ten recollections of the Mile fawen jing are for people with limited mental capacity who hope to be reborn in the lowest order of rebirth in the Pure Land.
目次INTRODUCTION 46
THE INTELLECTUAL FOUNDATIONS OF SILLA PURE LAND BUDDHISM 47
MEDIEVAL SINITIC SCHOLIASTS ON THE MEANING OF NIANFO AND THE SHINIAN 56
WŎNHYO ON YŎMBUL AND THE SIMNYŎN 67
CONCLUSION 80
Appendix 1: Silla-period Exegetical Works Related to the Amitābha Cult 82
REFERENCES 85
Classical and Canonical Sources 85
Secondary Studies 87

ISSN15207412 (P)
ヒット数12
作成日2017.02.24
更新日期2019.11.15



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