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Modern Cultural Nationalism and English Writing on Buddhism: The Case of D.T. Suzuki and Shin Buddhism
作者 Amstutz, Galen Dean
出處題名 Science of Religion
卷期v.22 n.2
出版日期1997.07
頁次65 - 86
出版者Brill
出版者網址 http://www.brill.com/
出版地Leiden, the Netherlands [萊登, 荷蘭]
資料類型期刊論文=Journal Article
使用語言英文=English
附註項original source Journal: Japanese Religions.
關鍵詞禪宗=Zen Buddhism=Zazen Buddhism; 日本佛教=Japanese Buddhism; 大乘佛教=漢傳佛教=北傳佛教=Mahayana Buddhism
摘要Modernist cultural nationalism--the reactionary sense that Japanese culture is tied to some "essential" ethnic characteristic of the Japanese--has had a marked impact on the hermeneutics of modern Japanese Buddhism (and other aspects of Japanese culture) both inside and outside Japan. As a result,20th century interpretations of Japanese Buddhist traditions often have tended to be culturally politicized,occasionally in passionate ways. This is an aspect of Japanese Buddhism that foreigners who read about the subject in English have not been able clearly to understand. A case in point is Suzuki Daisetsu Teitaro (known in the West as D.T. Suzuki),probably the most famous and influential single apologist for Zen Buddhism (and possibly for Mahayana Buddhism in general),who wrote in English in the mid-twentieth century. Suzuki's association with cultural nationalism has been reemphasized in some recent criticism. This article takes up the specific question of possible relationships between Suzuki's alleged cultural nationalism and his English-language depiction of Jodo Shinshu (Shinshu or Shin) Buddhism. (author's introduction)
ISSN01658794
點閱次數278
建檔日期2000.11
更新日期2014.03.27










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