The Concept of the Buddha: Its Evolution from Early Buddhism to the Trikāya Theory
Psychology Press, 2005年1月1日 - 251 頁
Guang Xing gives an analysis of one of the fundamental Mahayana Buddhist teachings, namely the three bodies of the Buddha (the trikaya Theory), which is considered the foundation of Mahayana philosophy. He examines how and why the philosophical concept of three bodies was formed, particularly the Sambhogakaya, which is the Buddha to be worshipped by all Mayahanists. Written in an accessible way, this work is an outstanding research text for students and scholars of Mayahana Buddhism and anyone interested in Buddhist philosophy.
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abides According Akqobhya Amitabha AQRa arhats Asavga aspects attained attributes AvataNsaka bad karma beneﬁt bhEmi birth bodhi bodhisattva Buddha bodies Buddha lands Buddhahood chapter Chinese translations commentary compassion concept deﬁled deﬁlement Dharma dharmakAya dharmatA discussed doctrine early Buddhism early Indian Buddhist early sEtras eighteen exclusive dharmas eighty minor marks enlightenment eternal explains Fazang Fgamas ﬁrst ﬁve fnanda Gautama Buddha Hcnayana idea identiﬁed immeasurable Indian Buddhist schools inﬁnite kalpas kleXas Kuiji liberation life-span light LokAnuvartanasEtra mahAparinirvAOa MahAparinirvAOasEtra Mahasanghikas Mahayana sEtras MahAyAnasaNgraha Mahayanists Maitreya MajjhimanikAya manifested mentioned merit Milindapañha MPPw NikAyas nirmAOakAya nirvAOa one-fathom original Pali pAramitAs parinirvAOa passage physical body practice PrajñApAramitA PrajñApAramitAsEtras pratyekabuddhas Pure Land qualities reﬂects rEpakAya retinue samAdhi saNbhogakAya Sanskrit SaNyuktAgama Sarvastivadins scholars skilful means Tathagata tathAgatagarbha tathatA teaching term Theravada thirty-two major marks transcendental trikAya trikAya theory two-body theory Vairocana Vasubandhu VibhAQA Vinaya wakyamuni wisdom XAstras Xuanzang Yogacara