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Jitsudō Ninkū on Ordinations=実導仁空の受戒論
作者 Groner, Paul (著)=ポール・グローナー (au.)
出處題名 Japan review : Journal of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies =Nichibunken Japan Review=Bulletin of the International Research Center for Japanese Studies
卷期v.15
出版日期2003.01
頁次51 - 75
出版者International Research Center for Japanese Studies
出版者網址 http://www.nichibun.ac.jp/pc1/en/
出版地京都, 日本 [Kyoto, Japan]
資料類型期刊論文=Journal Article
使用語言英文=English
附註項Author Affiliations: University of Virginia, Charlottesville, U.S.A.
關鍵詞Ninkū; Perfect-Sudden Precepts; Fanwangjing(Bonmōkyō); Tendai; Seizan Branch; Kaijushō; Comprehensive Ordination; Enkai Gyōjishō; Separate Ordination; Kurodani Lineage; Shunjō; Ordination-Consecration
摘要Jitsudō Ninkū (1309-1388) played important roles in both the Tendai School and the Seizan branch of the Jōdo School, and was one of the most prolific and insightful monastic authors of his time; he also served as abbot of two important temples. His doctrinal and administrative concerns come together in his proposals to reform the ordination system on Mount Hiei. Part one of this essay is an investigation of the procedures followed in ordinations, focusing on an argument about whether Tendai monks should receive investiture in “comprehensive ordinations” (tsūju) or in “separate ordinations” (betsuju). Part two is an examination of how the ordination ceremony generates the karmic essence (kaitai) of the precepts. Part three explores Ninkū’s argument that ordinations were suitable for worldlings (bonbu). Even as he was attempting to strengthen monastic discipline, he maintained that the precepts were suitable for ignorant worldlings in a country distant from India during mappō (the period of the final decline of Buddha’s Dharma). Part four outlines Ninkū's criticisms of two competing views of the precepts that arose among Tendai monks: the mix of ordinations and Esoteric consecrations represented by the consecrated ordination (kaikanjō) tradition that developed within the Kurodani lineage of the Tendai School and the use of the 250 precepts of the Sifenlu brought back to Japan by the monk Shunjō(1166-1227) of Sennyūji.
目次Introduction 51
Part I. Comprehensive and Separate Ordinations 53
Part II. The Generation of the Essence of the Precepts 59
Part III. Faith and Ordinations 62
Part IV. Ninkū's Criticisms of Other Tendai Ordination Traditions 65
Conclusion 69
ISSN09150986 (P)
DOI10.15055/00000255
點閱次數13
建檔日期2021.02.01
更新日期2021.02.03










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