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Wonhyo´s IIsim philosophy and mass proselytization movement

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Authors
Nam, Dong-shin
Issue Date
1995
Publisher
Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies, Seoul National University
Citation
Seoul Journal of Korean Studies, Vol.8, pp. 143-162
Keywords
원효일심
Abstract
Wonhyo(617-686) was one of the foremost Buddhist philosophers as well as the most popular monks throughout Korean history. Through a formidable number of works running to approximately 80 tomes and 150 volumes, he surmounted the then pressing issue in East Asian Buddhism of the conflict between schools favoring old and new translation of Buddhist scriptures and succeeded in establishing his Ilsim("One Mind") philosophy. In this respect, he can be said to have contributed greatly to the development not only of Korean but of East Asian Buddhism as well. In addition, he sought to accomodate the ordinary layman's religious urges within the framework of his philosophy and reciprocate it to the laity, i.e., by actively proselytizing the masses. In this respect, although Wonhyo was just an individual, he was also representative of the age in which he lived....
ISSN
1225-0201
Language
English
URI
http://uci.or.kr/G300-j12250201.v8n0p143

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