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A Literature Research on the Establishment of Zen Buddhism Temple in Tang Dynasty of China
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 Title & Authors
A Literature Research on the Establishment of Zen Buddhism Temple in Tang Dynasty of China
Han, Ji-Man;
 
 Abstract
In existing studies, the independence of Zen Buddhism temple in 9th century, the late period of Tang dynasty, has been known as the great achievement of Zen priest Pai-chang Huai-hai(百丈懷海), who established the asceticism standards of ching-kuei(淸規). The purpose of this study is to clarify the social background and trend of Zen Buddhism in 9th century, the elements of Zen Buddhism temple, and the characteristic of them, by the method of historical literature analysis. In addition, it was traced that, the changing process of asceticism space in Buddhism temple in the previous stage of Zen Buddhism independence, and historical revaluation of Pai-chang Huai-hai was attempted.
 Keywords
Tang dynasty;Pai-chang Huai-hai;ching-kuei;Zen Buddhism temple;
 Language
Korean
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