Tantric Buddhism in East Asia

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Richard K. Payne
Simon and Schuster, 2006 - 298 ページ
While the tantric Buddhism found in the Indian and Tibetan traditions is increasingly recognized, in East Asia tantric Buddhism remains largely unknown. This collection brings together twelve key essays on tantric Buddhism in East Asia, drawn from sources that are not commonly available. The collection is organized into four sections: China and Korea, Japan, Deities and Practices, and Influences on Japanese Religion.

Payne's work, which brings together in one place a "critical mass" of scholarship, will create a sea change in the understanding of the history of East Asian Buddhism and Tantra.
 

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目次

China Korea and Japan
33
Esoteric Buddhism in Korea
61
On Esoteric Practices in Korean Son Buddhism
79
Kukais Principle ofAttaining Buddhahood
99
Deities and Practices
119
An Annotated Translation of the Pancdbaisambodai
137
The TwelveArmed Deity Daisho Kongo
147
Influences on Japanese Religion
161
Shugendo the Traditions of En no Gyoja
191
The Cave and the Womb World
207
Notes
227
Index
289
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著者について (2006)

Richard K. Payne is Dean and Yehan Numata Professor of Japanese Buddhist Studies at the Institute of Buddhist Studies in Berkeley, California. A member of the doctoral faculty of the Graduate Theological Union, he is also a collaborating researcher with the Open Research Center for the Humanities, Science, and Religion at Ryukoku University in Kyoto, Japan. He is an ordained Shingon Buddhist priest.

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