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Title: 修証一等論の周辺
Other Titles: Toward a Study of Shusho-itto
Authors: 船岡, 誠
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1994
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: The Shusho-itto, whose concept is known as zazen (zen meditation) is for attaining enlightenment, was thought to have originated from Dogen. However, this concept can be seen in both "Hogo (the Buddhist literature)" written by Enni Bennen and "Zazen-ron (The theory of zen meditation)" by Rankei Doryu. These two pieces of literature are similar to each in nature. So the question is whether "Hogo" and "Zazen-ron" are their original creations or not. So far hardly anyone has taken up that question. Some may wonder why there has been no discussion about exactly how the Shusho-itto is connected with these zen principles by Enni and Rankei. In this paper the author tries to sort out the problems over the Shusyo-itto.
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