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Pure Mind in India: Indian Background to Paramārtha's *Amalavijñāna
著者 Radich, Michael
掲載誌 Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies=JIABS
巻号v.39
出版年月日2016
ページ249 - 308
出版者Peeters Publishers
出版サイト http://www.peeters-leuven.be/
出版地Leuven, Belgium [魯汶, 比利時]
資料の種類期刊論文=Journal Article
言語英文=English
抄録This paper examines various elements of Indian Buddhist thought that may be regarded as parts of the background to the concept of amoluoshi, or *amalavijñāna, as elaborated by Paramārtha (499-569). It is a companion study to two other articles in which I examined elements of Chinese Buddhist thought that can also be interpreted as parts of the background to the same concept. In conjunction, these studies are intended to form a case study in the supposed ‘sinification’ of Buddhist ideas. *Amalavijñāna has frequently been regarded as a classic instance of such ‘sinification.’ However, I hope to show here that the Indic background to the doctrine of *amalavijñāna is far richer than has been recognised in previous scholarship, and that the posit of ‘sinification’ is therefore not required to explain its emergence. At the same time, the companion studies are intended to show that the Chinese background could also adequately explain the emergence of the doctrine. This means that the doctrine of *amalavijñāna is overdetermined, and that it is unhelpful to ask whether this doctrine is exclusively or predominantly Indic, or Chinese, as if these are mutually exclusive alternatives. To the extent that we can generalise from this case, it suggests that classic theories of the so-called ‘sinification’ of Buddhist concepts have been predicated upon false assumptions, and in particular, that they have tended to overlook the degree to which the Indic and Chinese traditions shared a great deal of common ground.
目次1. Instruction 249
2. A broader context in Indian concepts 252
2.1 'Frauwallner's antinomy'
2.2 Vijnana("consciousness") as medium/'subject' of rebirth, liberation, etc. 255
2.3 Generalised purification of mind as a goal of Buddhist practice in the Nikayas 256
2.4 Pudgalavada 262
2.5 Sankhya 266
3. Background to *amalavijnana in closely related textual contexts 268
3.1 Prakrtiprabhasvaracitta and related notions 268
3.2 'Schmithausen problematics' in YBh 279
3.3 Asrayaparavrtti and subequent mind in YBh 284
3.4 Asrayaparavrtti in RGV 286
3.5 pure mind in Paramartha's MSgBh 288
3.6 Amalavijnana and *anasravavijnana in Abhidharmakosabhasya 290
3.7 Suvisuddham nirmalam jnanam in Yogacarabhumi 294
3.8 *Visuddham Vijnanam in YBh 195
3.9 Prakrtiprabhasvaracitta in YBh/JDZL 296
4. Conclusions 297
Abbreviations 299
Bibliography 300
ABSTRACT 307
ISSN0193600X (P)
DOI10.2143/JIABS.39.0.3200527
ヒット数22
作成日2017.06.09
更新日期2021.03.13



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