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Leaving for the Rising Sun: Chinese Zen Master Yinyuan and the Authenticity Crisis in Early Modern East Asia.

Author: Jiang Wu
Publisher: Oxford Scholarship Online, [2015]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 1654, Zen master Yinyuan travelled from China to Japan. Seven years later his monastery, Manpukuji, was built and he had founded his own tradition called Obaku. This volume tells of the tremendous obstacles he faced, drawing parallels between his experiences and the broader political and cultural context in which he lived.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Named Person: Ingen; Ingen
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jiang Wu
ISBN: 0199393125 9780199393121 0199393133 9780199393138 9781322198323 1322198322
OCLC Number: 899204944
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Preface ; Conventions ; Chronology ; Introduction: Yinyuan as a Symbol of Authenticity ; 1. In Search of Enlightenment: Yinyuan and the Reinvention of the "Authentic Transmission" in Late-Ming Buddhist Revival ; 2. Building a Dharma Transmission Monastery: Mount Huangbo in Seventeenth-Century China ; 3. Leaving for the Rising Sun: the Historical Background of Yinyuan's Migration to Japan in 1654 ; 4. The Taikun's Zen Master from China: The Edo Bakufu and the Founding of Manpukuji in 1661 ; 5. The Multiple Lives of a Chinese Monk: Yinyuan as Zen Master, Literary Man, and Thurmaturge ; 6. Authenticity in Dispute: Responses to the Idea of Authenticity in Edo Japan ; 7. Where are the Authentic Masters? The Bakufu's Failed Attempts to Recruit Chinese Monks ; Conclusion: Yinyuan and the Authenticity Crisis in Early Modern East Asia ; Chinese Glossary ; Bibliography ; Index

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