東アジアにおける密教とタントラ仏教<br>Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia (Handbook of Oriental Studies)

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東アジアにおける密教とタントラ仏教
Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in East Asia (Handbook of Oriental Studies)

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In all likelihood, it was the form of Buddhism labeled "Esoteric Buddhism" that had the greatest geographical spread of any form of Buddhism. It left its imprint not only on its native India, but far beyond, on Southeast Asia, Central Asia, including Tibet and Mongolia, as well as the East Asian countries China, Korea and Japan. Not only has Esoteric Buddhism contributed substantially to the development of Buddhism in many cultures, but it also facilitated the transmission of religious art and material culture, science and technology. This volume, the result of an international collaboration of forty scholars, provides a comprehensive resource on Esoteric Buddhism and the Tantras in their Chinese, Korean, and Japanese contexts from the first few centuries of the common era right up to the present.Contributors include: Barbara Ambrose, Anna Andreeva, Sarah Aptilon, Ian Astley, Clemente Beghi, Heather Blair, William Bodiford, Chen Jinhua, Paul Copp, Ronald M. Davidson, Lucia Dolce, Athanasios Drakakis, Donald Drummond, Ruth Dunnell, Jay Ford, David Gardiner, Rolf Giebel, Robert M. Gimello, David Gray, Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis, Nobumi Iyanaga, George Keyworth, Martin Lehnert, Hun Y. Lye, Shinya Mano, Richard M. McBride, Laura Meeks, Regan Murphy, Charles D. Orzech, Richard K. Payne, Klaus Pinte, Fabio Rambelli, Thierry Robouam, James Robson, Brian Ruppert, Neil Schmid, Gaynor Sekimori, Shen Weirong, Henrik H. Sorensen, Mark Unno, Pamela Winfield

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements                                   xiii
List of illustrations xv
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
Buddhist Tantras, Esoteric Buddhism,
Vajrayana Buddhism
1 Introduction: Esoteric Buddhism and the 3 (16)
Tantras in East Asia: Some Methodological
Considerations
Charles D. Orzech
Richard K. Payne
Henrik H. Sørensen
2 Sources and Inspirations: Esoteric 19 (8)
Buddhism in South Asia
Ronald M. Davidson
Canonical and Non-canonical Sources and
Materials
3 Taisho Volumes 18-21 27 (10)
Rolf W. Giebel
4 Textual Material Relating to Esoteric 37 (34)
Buddhism in China Outside the Taisho, vol.
18-21
Henrik H. Sørensen
Esoteric Buddhist Practices
5 Abhiseka 71 (5)
Ronald M. Davidson
6 Mudra, Mantra and Mandala 76 (14)
Charles D. Orzech
Henrik H. Sørensen
7 Central Divinities in the Esoteric 90 (43)
Buddhist Pantheon in China
Henrik H. Sørensen
8 Homa 133 (8)
Richard K. Payne
Charles D. Orzech
9 Visualization and Contemplation 141 (5)
Paul Copp
10 Stupas and Relics in Esoteric Buddhism 146 (9)
Charles D. Orzech
Henørensen
ESOTERIC BUDDHISM IN CHINA
Developments during the 3rd-7th Centuries:
New Scriptures and New Practices
11 On Esoteric Buddhism in China: A Working 155 (21)
Definition
Henørensen
12 Dharani Scriptures 176 (5)
Paul Copp
13 The Apocrypha and Esoteric Buddhism in 181 (16)
China
Henørensen
14 Esoteric Buddhism and Magic in China 197 (11)
Henørensen
15 Esoteric Buddhism and its Relation to 208 (7)
Healing and Demonology
Richard D. McBride II
16 Popular Esoteric Deities and the Spread 215 (5)
of their Cults
Richard D. McBride II
17 Esoteric Scriptures in the Context of 220 (5)
Chinese Buddhist Translation Practice
Richard D. McBride II
Convergences: Esoteric Buddhism, Daoism, and
Popular Religion
18 Talismans in Chinese Esoteric Buddhism 225 (5)
James Robson
19 Astrology and the Worship of the Planets 230 (15)
in Esoteric Buddhism of the Tang
Henørensen
20 Concepts of the Netherworld and 245 (6)
Modifications in the Chinese Articulation
of Karma
Neil Schmid
21 Mediums in Esoteric Buddhism 251 (4)
James Robson
22 Esoteric Buddhist Art up to the Tang 255 (8)
Henørensen
Esoteric Buddhism during the Tang
23 Esoteric Buddhism in the Tang: From 263 (23)
Atikuta to Amoghavajra (651-780)
Charles D. Orzech
24 Esoteric Buddhism and Monastic 286 (8)
Institutions
Jinhua Chen
25 The Presence of Esoteric Buddhist 294 (10)
Elements in Chinese Buddhism during the Tang
Henørensen
26 The Development of the Esoteric Buddhist 304 (3)
Canon
Richard D. McBride II
27 The Impact of Translated Esoteric 307 (8)
Buddhist Scriptures on Chinese Buddhism
Richard D. McBride II
28 After Amoghavajra: Esoteric Buddhism in 315 (24)
the Late Tang
Charles D. Orzech
Key Figures in Esoteric Buddhism During the
Tang
29 Subhakarasimha 339 (3)
Klaus Pinte
30 Yixing 342 (3)
George A. Keyworth
31 Vajrabodhi (671-741) 345 (6)
Charles D. Orzech
32 Amoghavajra: His Role in and Influence 351 (9)
on the Development of Buddhism
Martin Lehnert
33 Prajna 360 (5)
Paul Copp
Esoteric Buddhism in the Provinces and
Neighboring Regions
34 Dunhuang and Central Asia (with an 365 (14)
Appendix on Dunhuang Manuscript Resources)
Neil Schmid
35 Esoteric Buddhism in the Nanzhao and 379 (14)
Dali Kingdoms (ca. 800-1253)
Henørensen
36 Esoteric Buddhism in Sichuan During the 393 (8)
Tang and Five Dynasties Period
Henørensen
37 Esoteric Buddhist Art Under the Tang 401 (20)
Henørensen
Esoteric Buddhism and the Buddhist Tantras:
The Song, Liao, Xixia, Jin, and Yunnan
38 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Song: An 421 (10)
Overview
Charles D. Orzech
39 Esoteric Buddhism in Song Dynasty Sichuan 431 (4)
Paul Copp
40 Buddhist Tantras and Chinese Culture 435 (4)
George A. Keyworth
41 Translation of Tantras and Other 439 (12)
Esoteric Buddhist Scriptures
Charles D. Orzech
42 Tibet and the Continent from the Tenth 451 (5)
to Thirteenth Centuries
David Gray
43 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Liao 456 (9)
Henørensen
44 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Xixia 465 (13)
(1038-1227)
Ruth Dunnell
45 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Jin 478 (9)
(1115-1234)
Henrick H. Sørensen
46 Esoteric Buddhist Art Under the Nanzhao 487 (11)
and Dali Kingdoms
Henrik H. Sørensen
47 Esoteric Buddhist Art in China, 960-1279 498 (17)
Henrik H. Sørensen
The Broader Impact of Esoteric Buddhism
48 The Esotericization of Chinese Buddhist 515 (5)
Practices
George A. Keyworth
49 Song Tiantai Ghost-Feeding Rituals 520 (5)
Hun Y. Lye
50 Avalokitesvara 525 (4)
George A. Keyworth
51 Esoteric Buddhist Elements in Daoist 529 (10)
Ritual Manuals of the Song, Yuan, and Ming
Joshua Capitanio
From Kublai's Conquest to the Present: The
Impact of Tibetan and Central Asian Vajrayana
in China
52 Tibetan Buddhism in Mongol-Yuan China 539 (11)
(1206-1368)
Shen Weirong
53 Tantric Buddhism in Ming China 550 (11)
Shen Weirong
54 Yuqie Yankou in the Ming-Qing 561 (7)
Hun Y. Lye
55 Tibetan Lamas in Ethnic Chinese 568 (7)
Communities and the Rise of New
Tibetan-Inspired Chinese Religions
David Gray
ESOTERIC BUDDHISM IN KOREA
56 Early Esoteric Buddhism in Korea: Three 575 (22)
Kingdoms and Unified Silla (ca. 600-918)
Henrik H. Sørensen
57 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Koryo 597 (19)
(918-1392)
Henrik H. Sørensen
58 Esoteric Buddhism Under the Choson 616 (45)
Henrik H. Sørensen
ESOTERIC BUDDHISM IN JAPAN
Esoteric Buddhism in Japan During the Nara
and Heian
59 The Dissemination of Esoteric Scriptures 661 (22)
in Eighth-Century Japan
Clemente Beghi
60 Onmyodo and Esoteric Buddhism 683 (8)
Athanasios Drakakis
61 Kukai and the Development of Shingon 691 (18)
Buddhism
Elizabeth Tinsley
62 Esoteric Buddhism, Material Culture, and 709 (10)
Catalogues in East Asia
Ian Astley
63 The Mandala as Metropolis 719 (25)
Pamela D. Winfield
64 Taimitsu: The Esoteric Buddhism of the 744 (24)
Tendai School
Lucia Dolce
65 Godai' in Annen 768 (8)
Lucia Dolce
Shinya Mano
66 Exploring the Esoteric in Nara Buddhism 776 (18)
James L. Ford
67 Dharma Prince Shukaku and the Esoteric 794 (9)
Buddhist Culture of Sacred Works (Shogyo)
in Medieval Japan
Brian O. Ruppert
Medieval (Kamakura, Muromachi and
Azuka-Momoyama)
68 Tachikawa-ryu 803 (12)
Nobumi Iyanaga
69 Looking Back and Leaping Forward: 815 (12)
Constructing Lineage in the Shingi-Shingon
Tradition of Japan
Donald Drummond
70 Yosai and Esoteric Buddhism 827 (8)
Shinya Mano
71 Shinto and Esoteric Buddhism 835 (10)
Fabio Rambelli
72 Shingon Risshu: Esoteric Buddhism and 845 (9)
Vinaya Orthodoxy in Japan
Klaus Pinte
73 The Deity of Miwa and Tendai Esoteric 854 (9)
Thought
Anna Andreeva
74 Komyo Shingon 863 (13)
Mark Unno
75 Collapsing the Distinction between 876 (17)
Buddha and Believer: Human Hair in Japanese
Esotericizing Embroideries
Elizabeth ten Grotenhuis
76 Goddess Genealogy: Nyoirin Kannon in the 893 (11)
Ono Shingon Tradition
Sarah Fremerman Aptilon
77 Landmarks of Esoteric Art in Japan 904 (20)
Karen J. Mack
78 Zen and Esoteric Buddhism 924 (12)
William M. Bodiford
79 The Tji Lecture Hall Statue Mandala and 936 (49)
the Choreography of Mikkyo
Cynthea J. Bogel
Early Modern, Modern and Contemporary (Edo,
Meiji, and up to the Present)
80 Sanskrit Studies in Early Modern Japan 985 (12)
Regan Murphy
81 Shugendo and Its Relationship with the 997 (12)
Japanese Esoteric Sects: A Study of the
Ritual Calendar of an Edo Period Shugendo
Shrine-Temple Complex
Gaynor Sekimori
82 Shingon Buddhism in the Early Modern 1009(9)
Period
Barbara Ambros
83 Tozanha Shugendo in the Early Modern 1018(6)
Period
Barbara Ambros
84 The Fourfold Training in Japanese 1024(5)
Esoteric Buddhism
Richard K. Payne
85 The Role of Esoteric Buddhism in 1029(6)
Contemporary Japan: Whether Esotericism
Appears or Remains Concealed in the World
Depends on the Trend of the Times
Thierry Robouam
86 The Sea of Esotericism is of One Flavor 1035(5)
but Has Deep and Shallow Aspects: "Tantra"
and New Age Movements (from Agonshu to
Asahara Shoko)
Thierry Robouam
87 From Vedic India to Buddhist Japan: 1040(15)
Continuities and Discontinuities in
Esoteric Ritual
Richard K. Payne
Contributors 1055(4)
Abbreviations 1059(4)
Bibliography 1063(84)
Index 1147