Die buddhistische Spatantike in Mittelasien. Ergebnisse der by A. von Le Coq

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It has validity only when that type of understanding is capable of implementing itself in the world of conventional reality. Implementation is the realm which reveals the perftct understanding of a given concept. Perfect understanding of emptiness is the practice of emptiness in the realm of the conventional. This correlation between theory and practice is important in Shingon, because Shingon is essentially a system of experiential philosophy: the doctrine provides the rational basis for bodhisattva practices and bodhisattva practices constitute the demonstration of the perfect understanding of that rationale.

Thus, enlightenment is realized because of non-enlightenment. Non-enlightenment is the material for enlightenment. Without non-enlightenment, there is no enlightenment. Sanron, employing Madhyamika dialecticism and deriving much of its thought and practice from the prajfiii literature, frrrnly established the doctrinal foundation for the domestication of Chinese schools of Buddhism, which articulate practice and which has had the greatest impact on the development ofJapanese Buddhism. Japanese Sanron is an extension of Chinese Sanlun.

Nagao Gadjin says, Until the time of the Prajiiiipiiramitii Siitra and the time of Nagarjuna, who developed the Madhyamika philosophy based on the siitra, only the twofold body of Dharma-body and Physical-body was conceived as a theory of the Buddha's body. It was in the philosophy of the Yogacara school {or the Vijnana-vada school) represented by Asailga and Vasubandhu that the two-body theory developed until it was consummated into a three body theory. 1 The development from the two to the three enlightened-body theory follows a logical sequence: the necessity for establishing an intermediary agent between Dharmakiiya and nirmii~;~akiiya-an agent which must be inherent with the qualities of Dharmakiiya and nirmii~;~akiiya but in itself is neither Dharmakiiya nor nirmii~;~akiiya-in order to provide a logical justification in explaining the organic relationship between Dharmakiiya and nirmii~;~akiiya.

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