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Saichō the establishment of the Japanese Tendai School; with a new preface by Paul Groner

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Published by University of Hawai"i Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Saichō, -- 767-822,
  • Tendai (Sect) -- History,
  • Priests, Tendai -- Japan -- Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementPaul Groner.
GenreBiography.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBQ9149.S357 G76 2000
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 337 p. :
Number of Pages337
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22460964M
ISBN 100824823710

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Saicho (), the founder of the Tendai School, is one of the great masters of Japanese Buddhism. This edition, which includes a new preface by the . Print book: JapaneseView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Saichō, -- Tendai (Sect) -- Japan -- Early works to Saichō, -- ; View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Print book: Biography: Japanese: Dai 1-hanView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Saichō, -- Saichō, -- ; Tendai priests -- Japan -- Biography. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items. Abstract. Saichō 最澄 (–), one of the most prominent of Japanese Buddhist innovators, is the renowned ninth-century founder of the Tendai School (J. Tendaishū 天台宗), the first Japanese Buddhist sect with its own system of temples and monasteries, ordinations, practices and philosophy. It was in the goal of founding and maintaining an authentic Buddhist monastic institution.

Saichō,. Naishō Buppō sōjō kechimyaku fu. In Dengyō Daishi zenshū. Vol. 1. Shiga-ken, Shiga-gun, Sakamoto: Hieizan tosho kankōsho, Saichō (最澄,?) (19 septembrie - 26 iunie ) a fost un călugăr budist japonez, fondator al școlii budiste Tendai. În (al patrulea an al erei Enryaku, conform cronologiei japoneze) el a primit ordonare la templul Tōdai-ji în Nara, dar peste câteva luni s-a retras la muntele t, i s-au alăturat și alți călugări și acest munte a devenit un centru spiritual al. Saigon Books mong muốn cung cấp cho xã hội những cuốn sách có giá trị, nhằm phát triển những kỹ năng thiết yếu trong công việc và cuộc sống cho các bạn trẻ. "3: Saichō’s Standing Yakushi and Its Iconic Legacy" published on 01 Jan by Brill.

Saichō (–) was a Japanese Buddhist monk who transmitted the Chinese Tiantai tradition as well as other aspects of Mahāyāna Buddhism to found the Japanese Tendai school. His endorsement of universal Buddhahood (Buddha-nature) on the basis of the one-vehicle teaching of the Lotus Sutra and the establishment of Mahāyāna precepts based on an altruistic bodhisattva spirit, to replace. Unlike Tendai, which was temporarily eclipsed when Saichō passed from the scene, Shingon continued to enjoy unwavering support from the imperial family and aristocracy even after Kūkai's death. The vocal recitation of Amida Buddha's name was the primary devotional act leading to rebirth in Pure Land. Book summary views reflect the number.   Saicho (), the founder of the Tendai School, is one of the great masters of Japanese Buddhism. This edition, which includes a new preface by the author, makes available again a classic work on this important figure's life and s: 4. Saichō (född , död ) var en japansk buddhistisk munk som grundade den buddhistiska inriktningen tendai. [1] [2. Biografi Uppväxt. Saicho föddes antingen år eller i närheten av berget Hiei i en bondfamilj med kinesiska släktrötter. Saichos far var en mycket hängiven buddhist, som bland annat byggde om sitt hus till ett.