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by Robert E. Buswell

  • Author: Robert E. Buswell
  • ISBN: 0691073368
  • ISBN13: 978-0691073361
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  • Language: English
  • Category: Bible Study & Reference
  • Publisher: Princeton University Press; First Edition edition (September 21, 1989)
  • Pages: 344
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This book is a translation and study of the Vajrasamadhi-Sutra and an examination of its broad implications for the development of East Asian Buddhism. The Vajrasamadhi-Sutra was traditionally assumed to have been translated from Sanskrit, but some modern scholars, principally in Japan, have proposed that it is instead an indigenous Chinese composition. In contrast to both of these views, Robert Buswell maintains it was written in Korea around . 685 by a Korean adept affiliated with the East Mountain school of the nascent Chinese Ch'an tradition

The Vajrasamadhi-Sutra was traditionally assumed to have been . Originally published in 1989.

The Vajrasamadhi-Sutra was traditionally assumed to have been translated from Sanskrit, but some modern scholars, principally in Japan, have proposed that it is instead an indigenous Chinese composition. This book is a translation and study of the Vajrasamadhi-Sutra and an examination of its broad implications for the development of East Asian Buddhism. In contrast to both This book is a translation and study of the Vajrasamadhi-Sutra and an examination of its broad implications for the development of East Asian Buddhism

Princeton University Press, 1989.

Volume 122, Issue 2. April 1990, p. 429. The formation of Ch'an ideology in China and Korea: the Vajrasamādhi-Sūtra, a Buddhist Apocryphon. By Robert E. BuswellJr, (Princeton Library of Asian Translations. pp. xviii, 315, 8 pl. Princeton, . Princeton University Press, 1989.

The Vajrasamadhi-sutra is the reconstructed Sanskrit title of a Buddhist sutra ascribed to Shakyamuni Buddha but produced in. Buswell (1989), The Formation of Ch'an Ideology in China and Korea: The, a Buddhist Apocryphon.

The Vajrasamadhi-sutra is the reconstructed Sanskrit title of a Buddhist sutra ascribed to Shakyamuni Buddha but produced in Korea under the name Kumgang sammae kyong (Chinese: 金剛三昧經; pinyin: Jingang sanmei jing; Japanese: Kongō sanmaikyō), or the Adamantine Absorption Sutra Contents.

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The Formation of Ch’an Ideology in China and Korea: The Vajrasamādhi-Sūtra, a Buddhist Apocryphon, Princeton Library of Asian Translations. Jr. Manuscripts and Travellers: The Sino-Tibetan Documents of a Tenth-Century Buddhist Pilgrim. The Fan-wang ching and Monastic Discipline in Japanese Tendai: A Study of Annen’s Futsū jubosatsukai kōshaku. The Collected Dhāraṇī Sūtras was compiled in China, yet as a work attributed to an Indian ācārya it offers the earliest known record of a crucial development in the evolution of Esoteric Buddhism in India.

This book is a translation and study of the Vajrasamadhi-Sutra and an examination of its broad implications for the development of East Asian Buddhism. The Vajrasamadhi-Sutra was traditionally assumed to have been translated from Sanskrit, but some modern scholars, principally in Japan, have proposed that it is instead an indigenous Chinese composition. In contrast to both of these views, Robert Buswell maintains it was written in Korea around A.D. 685 by a Korean adept affiliated with the East Mountain school of the nascent Chinese Ch'an tradition. He thus considers it to be the oldest work of Korean Ch'an (or Son, which in Japan became known as the Zen school), and the second-oldest work of the sinitic Ch'an tradition as a whole. Buswell makes his case for the scripture's dating, authorship, and provenance by placing the sutra in the context of Buddhist doctrinal writings and early Ch'an literature in China and Korea. This approach leads him to an extensive analysis of the origins of Ch'an ideology in both countries and of the principal trends in the sinicization of Buddhism. Buddhism has typically been studied in terms of independent national traditions, but Buswell maintains that the history of religion in China, Korea, and Japan should be treated as a whole.

Originally published in 1989.

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