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Studies in Yogācāra-Vijñānavāda Idealism I: The Interpretation of Vasubandhu's Viṃśikā
著者 Kellner, Birgit (著) ; Taber, John (著)
掲載誌 Asiatische Studien : Zeitschrift der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Asienkunde=Etudes asiatiques : revue de la Société Suisse d'études asiatiques
巻号v.68 n.3
出版年月日2014.11.13
ページ709 - 756
出版者Swiss Asia Society=Schweizerische Asiengesellschaft
出版サイト http://www.sagw.ch/asiengesellschaft
出版地Zurich, Switzerland [蘇黎世, 瑞士]
資料の種類期刊論文=Journal Article
言語英文=English
抄録In recent scholarship there has been a persistent tendency, especially among North-American scholars, to deny that Indian Yogācāra philosophy is a form of idealism. The discussion has naturally focused on the interpretation of Vasubandhu's Viṃśikā, a foundational text of the school, as well as one of the most accessible, which other researchers have taken to be denying the existence of a material world external to consciousness.

In this article, after noting some of the points in favor of a non-idealist reading of the Viṃśikā, we shall offer a new reading that supports the old “standard”, but still widespread, interpretation that it indeed intends to deny the existence of physical objects outside of consciousness. We suggest that Vasubandhu develops in the Viṃśikā an extended argumentum ad ignorantiam where the absence of external objects is derived from the absence of evidence for their existence. This reading is the result of examining argumentation strategy rather than investigating the logical structure of individual proofs in isolation, and it takes cues from Vasubandhu's strategy for refuting the existence of a self in Abhidharmakośabhāṣya IX. In addition, our reading looks at the entire Viṃśikā, rather than isolating a purported argumentative “core” (vv. 11–15), and draws attention to the relevance of some of its subtleties. Finally, we also suggest that Vasubandhu might have opted for a less direct argumentation strategy to prove the non-existence of the external world because of specific soteriological aspects of the doctrine of vijñaptimātratā.
目次1 Non-idealist readings of the Vimsika 711
2 Revisiting the Vimsika 714
3 Reconsidering an idealist reading of the Vimsika: a new approach 717
4 Vasubandhu's argument strategy for the non-existence of the self in Abhidharmakosabhasya IX 719
5 Arguments from ignorance in Indian philosophy 727
6 A new reading of the Vimsika 734
Appendix: the refutation of the pudgala in Asanga Mahäyänasüträlankära 749
ISSN00044717 (P); 22355871 (E)
DOI10.1515/asia-2014-0060
ヒット数125
作成日2017.04.17
更新日期2022.04.07



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