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불교와 기독교의 ' 궁극적실재 ' 관의 비교연구 - 서용계치의 ' 절대무 (絶對無) ' 와 Paul Tilich의 ' 존재자체 '를 중심으로 -
A Comparative Study in the Views of The ' Ultimate Reality ' of Buddhism and Christianity - Centering around The ' Absolute Nothingness ' of Nishitani Keiji and The ' Being - itself ' of Paul Tillich . -

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Authors
송현주
Issue Date
1988
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.7, pp. 135-209
Keywords
궁극적 실재존재자체절대무상호의존성우주적 총체성
Abstract
This Study purports to compare the two systems of thought about the 'Ultimate Reality' in Buddhism and Christianity. For the comparison, two scholars, Nishitani Keiji(西谷啓治) and Paul Tillich, are selected Nishitani Keiji, the Buddhist Philosopher, sees the 'Absolute Nothingness' (絶對無) as the 'Ultimate Reality', and Paul Tillich, the Protestant theologian, sees the 'Being-itself' as the 'Ultimate Reality.' The method of comparison is to examine the epistemological(or ontological) structure and the mode of the 'Ultimate Reality' of each scholar. The question is double, that is to say, whether each system presupposes the subject-object structure or not, and whether they conceive the 'Ultimate Reality' as substantive mode or not.
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/4995
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