OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

The Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue: Smashing the Mind of Samsara

ISBN : 9780190664169

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¥15,246
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Elise Yoko Watanabe
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362 ページ
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Hardcover
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156 x 235 mm
刊行日
2017年09月
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The Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue offers a complete annotated translation, the first into English, of a Chan Buddhist classic, the collected letters of the Southern Song Linji Chan teacher Dahui Zonggao (1089-1163). Addressed to forty scholar-officials, members of the elite class in Chinese society, and to two Chan masters, these letters are dharma talks on how to engage in Buddhist cultivation. Each of the letters to laymen is fascinating as a document directed to a specific scholar-official with his distinctive niche, high or low, in the Song-dynasty social-political landscape, and his idiosyncratic stage of development on the Buddhist path. Dahui is engaging, incisive, and often quite humorous in presenting his teaching of "constantly lifting to awareness the phrase (huatou)," his favored phrases being No (wu) and dried turd. Throughout one's busy twenty-four hours, the practitioner is not to perform any mental operation whatsoever on this phrase, and to "take awakening as the standard." This epistolary compilation has long constituted a self-contained course of study for Chan practitioners. For centuries, Letters of Dahui has been revered throughout East Asia. It has exerted a formative influence on Linji Chan practice in China, molded S&on practice in Korea, and played a key role in Hakuin (Rinzai) Zen in Japan. Jeffrey Broughton's translation, has made extensive use of Mujaku Dochu's (1653-1744) insightful commentary on Letters of Dahui, Pearl in the Wicker-Basket.

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Abbreviations
Introduction
Epistolary Chan
A Brief Biography of Dahui
The Editor-in-Chief of Letters of Dahui: Huang Wenchang
Dating of the Letters
Confucianism and the Chan Gongfu of Dahui
Dahui's Diagnosis of Scholar-Officials' Stumbling Block in the Study of Chan
Two Perverse Chan Teachings According to Dahui
Dahui's Huatou Practice: An Inheritance from His Teacher(s)?
Dahui's Huatou-Practice Vocabulary
Dahui on Sitting Practice in the Context of Huatou Practice
What Not to Do in Huatou Practice
Recurring Motifs in Huatou Practice
Dahui's Collection Correct Dharma-Eye Depository and Letters of Dahui
Mujaku Dochu's Commentary Pearl in the Wicker-Basket
Two Korean Commentaries: Hyesim and Korean Anonymous
Influence of Letters of Dahui in China
Influence of Letters of Dahui in Korea
Influence of Letters of Dahui in Japan
Three Hanging Scrolls
Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume One
1 In Reply to Vice Minister Ceng (Tianyou) (Question Letter Attached)
2 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng]
n 3Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng]
4 Continued [Fourth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng]
5 Continued [Fifth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng]
6 Continued [Sixth Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Ceng]
7 In Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Hanlao) (Question Letter Attached)
8 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li] (Question Letter Attached)
9 In Reply to Supervising Secretary Jiang (Shaoming)
10 In Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu (Jishen)
11 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu]
12 Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Fu]
13 [Confidential] Auxiliary Note to Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Hanlao) [Letters #7-8]
14 In Reply to Vice Minister Chen (Jiren)
15 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Chen]
16 In Reply to Edict Attendant Zhao (Daofu)
17 In Reply to Administrator for Public Order Xu (Shouyuan)
18 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator for Public Order Xu]
19 In Reply to Auxiliary Academician of the Hall for Treasuring Culture Liu (Yanxiu)
20 In Reply to Controller-General Liu (Yanchong)
21 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Controller-General Liu Yanchong]
22 In Reply to Grand Mistress of the State of Qin
23 In Reply to Grand Councilor Zhang (Deyuan) [Zhang Jun]
24 In Reply to Judicial Commissioner Zhang (Yangshu)
25 In Reply to Palace Writer Zhu (Yanzhang)
26 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Palace Writer Zhu]
27 Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Palace Writer Zhu]
Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume One Ends
Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue Volume Two
28 In Reply to Chief Transport Commissioner Xia
29 In Reply to Secretariat Drafter LDu (Juren)
30 In Reply to Director LDu (Longli)
31 [Second Letter] in Reply to Secretariat Drafter LDu (Juren)
32 Continued [Third Letter in Reply to Secretariat Drafter LDu ]
33 In Reply to Principal Graduate Zhu (Shengxi)
34 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Principal Graduate Zhu]
35 In Reply to Auxiliary in the Hall [of the Dragon Diagram] Zong
36 In Reply to Participant in Determining Governmental Matters Li (Taifa)
37 In Reply to Assistant Director of the Court of the Imperial Clan Zeng (Tianyin)
38 In Reply to Instructor Wang (Dashou)
39 In Reply to Vice Minister Liu (Jigao)
40 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Liu]
41 In Reply to Director Li (Sibiao)
42 In Reply to [Academician of the Hall for] Treasuring Culture Li (Maojia)
43 In Reply to Vice Minister Xiang (Bogong)
44 In Reply to Instructor Chen (Fuxiang)
45 In Reply to Supervisor Lin (Shaozhan)
46 In Reply to District Magistrate Huang (Ziyu)
47 In Reply to Instructor Yan (Ziqing)
48 In Reply to Vice Minister Zhang (Zishao) [Old VimalakD=irti]
49 In Reply to [Scholar of the Hall of] Clear Stratagems Xu (Zhishan)
50 In Reply to Instructor Yang (Yanhou)
51 In Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Lou
52 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Administrator of the Bureau of Military Affairs Lou]
53 In Reply to Defender-in-Chief Cao (Gongxian)
54 In Reply to Vice Minister Rong (Maoshi)
55 Continued [Second Letter in Reply to Vice Minister Rong]
56 In Reply to Transit Authorization Bureau Huang (Jiefu)
57 In Reply to District Magistrate Sun
58 In Reply to Secretariat Drafter Principal Graduate Zhang (Anguo)
59 In Reply to Grand Councilor Tang (Jinzhi)
60 In Reply to Judicial Commissioner Fan (Maoshi)
61 In Reply to Preceptor Shengquan Gui
62 In Reply to Elder Gushan Dai
63 [Postface]
Five-Mountains (Gozan) Edition of Letters of Chan Master Dahui Pujue (Dahui Pujue chanshi shu/Daie Fukaku zenji sho)
Bibliography

著者について: 

Jeffrey L. Broughton is Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at California State University, Long Beach. He is also the author of The Chan Whip Anthology and The Record of Linji

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