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Discourse and ideology in medieval Japanese Buddhism

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan
    • Subjects:
    • Buddhism -- Japan -- History -- 1185-1600

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRichard K. Payne, Taigen Dan Leighton.
      ContributionsPayne, Richard Karl., Leighton, Taigen Daniel.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBQ687 .D57 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3398639M
      ISBN 100415359171
      LC Control Number2005012119

      This is the first book-length study in any language of Jō kei (), a prominent Buddhist cleric of the Hossō (Yogācāra) school, whose life bridged the momentous transition from Heian () to Kamakura () Japan. Kamakura Buddhism has drawn notable scholarly attention, largely because it marks the emergence of new schools-Pure Land, Nichiren, and .   A distinctive feature of japanese society is its apparent eagerness to embrace various forms of voluntary death or suicide as legitimate, even positive, behavior with a potentially redemptive value. These forms include the samurai's ritualistic disembowelment (seppuku or harakiri), remonstration suicide (kanshi) in protest against a corrupt superior, and suicide out Cited by:

      PDF | On May 1, , Christoph Kleine and others published Review of: Machida Soho, Renegade Monk: Honen and Japanese Pure Land Buddhism | Find, read and cite all the research you need on Author: Christoph Kleine. This book focuses on the transformation of the Tendai School from a small and impoverished group of monks in the early ninth century to its emergence as the most powerful and influential school of Japanese Buddhism in the last half of the tenth century--a position it would maintain throughout the medieval : Michael Kicey.

      Taigen Dan Leighton (born , grew up in Pittsburgh, PA) is a Sōtō priest and teacher, academic, and author. He is an authorized lineage holder and Zen teacher in the tradition of Shunryū Suzuki and is the founder and Guiding Teacher of Ancient Dragon Zen Gate in Chicago, on is also an authorized teacher in the Japanese Sōtō School (kyōshi).Based in: Ancient Dragon Zen Gate, Loyola .   The Red Thread: Buddhist Approaches to Sexuality by Bernard Faure manages to be both scholarly and a fun read at the same time. In an attempt to uncover "a Buddhist discourse on sex" Faure examines a wide variety of source, ranging from monastic texts, novels, plays, poetics, legal texts myths etc., and considers the role both social and political factors /5.


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This book suggests an alternate approach to understanding the dynamics of that by: 2. One main topic of analysis focuses on what Buddhism - its practices and doctrines, its traditions and institutions - meant for medieval Japanese peoples themselves.

This is achieved by using the. One main topic of analysis focuses on what Buddhism - its practices and doctrines, its traditions and institutions - meant for medieval Japanese peoples themselves.

This is achieved by using the notions of discourse and ideology and juxtaposing various topics on shared linguistic practices and discursive worlds of medieval Japanese Buddhism.5/5(1). One main focus of analysis is what Buddhism - its practices and doctrines, its traditions and institutions - meant for medieval Japanese peoples themselves.

This is achieved by using the notions of discourse and ideology and juxtaposing various topics on shared linguistic practices and discursive worlds of medieval Japanese Buddhism."--Jacket.

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The medieval period of Japanese religious history is commonly known as one in which there was a radical transformation of the religious culture. This book suggests an alternate approach to understanding the dynamics of that transformation.

One mai. One main topic of analysis focuses on what Buddhism - its practices and doctrines, its traditions and institutions - meant for medieval Japanese peoples themselves. This is achieved by using the notions of "discourse" and "ideology "and juxtaposing various topics on shared linguistic practices and discursive worlds of medieval Japanese Buddhism.

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About the Book; Original enlightenment thought (hongaku shiso) dominated Buddhist intellectual circles throughout Japan’s medieval period. Enlightenment, this discourse claims, is neither a goal to be achieved nor a potential to be realized but the true status of all things. By: Jacqueline I.

Stone Original enlightenment thought (hongaku shiso) dominated Buddhist intellectual circles throughout Japan’s medieval period. Enlightenment, this discourse claims, is neither a goal to be achieved nor a potential to be realized but the true status of all things.

Abstract. While embryological symbolism pervades Buddhist discourse, it has only recently come to the attention of Buddhist scholarship.

The present paper, after briefly discussing the notion of the “five stages of gestation” (tainai goi), focuses on its symbolic expression in medieval Japan—not only in esoteric Buddhism, with the embryological Author: Bernard Faure.Book Description: Original enlightenment thought (hongaku shiso) dominated Buddhist intellectual circles throughout Japan's medieval period.

Enlightenment, this discourse claims, is neither a goal to be achieved nor a potential to be realized but the true status of all things.