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Title: 禅僧の中国志向 : 巡礼から求法・伝法へ
Other Titles: The aspiration for China by ZEN Priests : transition from the stage of pilgrimage to that of seeking for the Dharma and spreading it
Authors: 船岡, 誠
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1996
Publisher: 北海学園大学人文学会
Abstract: The trade between Japan and Sung has remarkable increased in the time of the Cloister Government and along the trade routes good number of ZEN priests travelled to Sung Their prime purpose of entering into China was to go on a pilgrimage to the Mt Wutai, which was meant to be the extensive activities of pilgrimage and raising funds for consolidation of Buddhism. Those acts were the special task of the sacred men (the recluse). However, around the end of the Cloister Government Period, the pilgrimage type of visiting China had begun to change into that of seeking for the Dharma itself. This trend was based on the phenomenon of the new Buddhist Movement risen from the contradictions amongst the established system.
URI: http://hokuga.hgu.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/1254
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