불교에서 비판하는 외도와 인도철학사상
The Criticism of Thought of Tirthikas and Indian Philosophy by Buddhism

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종교와 문화, 15호, 2008, pp.163-182
tirthika; parinamavada; arambhavada; Satkaryavada; preexistent effect; 인중유과론; 적취설; 승론학파
This paper examines how Buddhism and the Indian philosophy met In India. and what their meeting means. Buddhism was introduced to India in 6 B.C. At that time, Brahmanism, one of the traditional religions of India, and new religions that were against the traditional religion and thought, especially the teachings of Brahmanism, coexisted in India. Buddhism was one of these new religions. Traditionally, the Buddhists called their religion "inside teachings" and all the other religions “outside teachings.” 'At the beginning of this paper. how Sakyamuni Buddha received those who belonged to the "outside teachings." and how he treated their questions. was discussed. Then the reasons for the Buddhists' reference to the Indian philosophy as "outside teachings" were examined. The criticism of the Indian philosophy by the Buddhists was focused on the parinamavada and the arambhavada. These were the oganized Satkaryavada (doctrine of preexistent effect] of the Samkya system and the Asatkaryavada(doctrine of non-preexistent effect) of the Vaisesikosystem, respectively.
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