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Explication of Sengai's Zen thought through the analysis of his books : "a circle-drawing" as a clue
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Gibon Sengai (1750-1837) was one of the great Zen masters in Edo period. He was famous and popular as a Zen master who produced ink-drawings and calligraphies satirically and humorously.

Against such a Sengai's image, this thesis aims to describe new Sengai's image as an academic priest through the analysis of many of his books nobody has studied thoroughly yet. Particularly, I chose one of his ink-drawings "□△○" as a material for this study, and pursued the profundity of his Zen thought. In a word his thought can be found in the word of Eisai who was the first patriarch of Japanese Rinzai's Zen

that is "How great a mind is!" Namely he didn't grasp the essence of the world in things that are relative and limited, but grasped the great essence in "mind."
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倫理学研究
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開始ページ
91
終了ページ
111
出版年月日
1997-06-30
出版者
広島大学倫理学研究会
ISSN
0916-247X
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日本語
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