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The mind as the essence of words: A linguistic philosophical analysis of the classification teaching of Yongming Yanshou
Frontiers of Philosophy in China
Vol. 2, No. 3 (June 2007), pp. 336-344
Published by: Brill
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27823298
Page Count: 9
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Along with the Chan's "linguistic turn", the significance of sutras, which were despised and even regarded as the obstacle to complete enlightenment, became accepted by the Chan. Due to Yanshou's contributions, the principle that emphasized the diversity of teaching in terms of the relationship between meaning and expression in the Sui and Tang Dynasties has been changed into a system which stressed the importance of the root/branches relationship of the mind and words. According to Yanshou, the conflict between the Chan and doctrinal teachings is resolved by highlighting the significance of words. Yanshou's work greatly inspired the Chan's interest in words in the Song Dynasty. 𠈔𰔨𣐵𡀡𱄉𣑇𰍀 "𣎘𡔡", 𢔢𠄐𱄉𣑇𢌰𰍀𠌕𥥅𡀨𥥅𩜂𤑱𡁀𠄂𡑗 𣘷, 𰑖𣕅𠄐𡝶𡀨𥥅𠅴𤡇/𠡑𤈰𣕅 "𧡡" 𢉸𰍀𡀨, 𤌐𣕑𡀨𥥅𠦆 𠄂𤔕𥦑𣎃𰍀𦐒𦐐𦔀𠡑, 𥤥𠡔𢌒𱄉𥥅𠡑𰍀𡔖𦄂𠄴𣕘 "𥦑𣐱" 𰍀𤡇 𠁁𠦄𦅴𠦆𦑩. 𤌐𣕑𰍀𤘅𤠙𢌒𤑖𢠣𱉃𤈰𨘈𡑗𠄂𣐵𠆕𱄉𠜑𣕅𥦑𣐥𰍀𠡒.
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