Wu Bu Qian Lun and Sinicizing Buddhism
【Abstract】 Wu Bu Qian Lun by Seng Zhao was an important case in Chinese Buddhism history. Zhen Cheng and Yin Shun thought Seng Zhao failed to adhere to the unchanging theory of Xing Kong,but stayed on the view of Xing Zhu from heretics or Theravada Buddhism. De Qing thought Seng Zhao’s view of things unchanging is Li Shi Bu Er,rather than unchanging theory. In fact,the argument about Wu Bu Qian Lun was the dialogue between Chinese Buddhism and Indian Buddhism. The process from theory unchanging to things unchanging was the process of sinicizing Madhyamika by Seng Zhao,it was identical to the view of Li Chu Ji Zhen in his book Bu Zhen Kong Lun,which reflected the style of remarking tactfully and aptly through hints of metaphysics in Wei and Jin dynasty. Seng Zhao was more influential compared with Ji Zhang,the founder of San-lun School,who strictly adhered to the view of Madhyamika. In Chinese Buddhism things unchanging was also used as primer to teach learners by Zen masters.
- 【文獻出處】 中國社會科學院研究生院學報 ,Journal of Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences , 編輯部郵箱 ,2011年01期