Tsung-Mi and the Sinification of Buddhism
This study of Tsung-mi is part of the Studies in East Asian Buddhism series. Author Peter Gregory makes extensive use of Japanese secondary sources, which complements his work on the complex Chinese materials that form the basis of the study.
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alayavijnana Awahening of Faith biography bodhisattva Buddha Buddha-nature Buddhahood Ch'an Chart Ch'an Preface Ch'an traditions Ch'eng Ch'eng-kuan chapter chiao chih Chih-yen Chinese Buddhists ching Ching-chung Chu Hsi claim commentary conditioned origination Confucian cosmogony critique delusion dharma dharmadhatu dharmakaya disciples discussion doctrine emptiness essence fa-chieh Fa-tsang fascicles Gimello gradual teaching heaven Ho-tse Shen-hui Hsi's hsing Hsiu's Hua-yen Sutra Hua-yen thought Hua-yen tradition Hui-yuan Hung-chou line intrinsic enlightenment Kamata karma kegon Kuei-feng line of Ch'an lndian Lo-yang Madhyamaka Mahayana meaning mind moral Nan-chao Nan-yin ontological p'an-chiao P'ei Hsiu passage Perfect Enlightenment perfect teaching phenomenal appearances practice pratyekabuddhas refers reveals samadhi Scripture of Perfect sentient separate teaching shih shih-shih wu-ai SKSC sravakas stages subcommentary sudden enlightenment sudden teaching Sung T'ang Taoism tathagatagarbha tathagatagarbha doctrine three vehicles tion translation Treatise tsung Tsung-mi ultimate vinaya Wu-hsiang Yogacara yuan