13chineseschools - Buddhist schools in China Objectives...

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Objectives 0. Introduce some major Chinese schools 1. History of these schools 2. Teachings and practice Buddhist texts and Schools 3. The classification of Teaching 4. The Chinese Madhyamaka: the School of Three Treatises (Sanlun) 5. The Tiantai (T’ien T’ai) School: a school based on the Lotus Sutra 6. The Huayan (Huayen) School: a school based on the Flower Garland Sutra (Avatamsaka) School of Discipline (Vinaya) 7. Emerged in the Tang dynasty (589-960) 8. Founded by the monk Daoxuan (596-667) 9. Based on Dharmaguptaka Vinaya (a version of Hinayana vinaya) which contained 250 rules for monks and 348 rules for nuns 10.It was brought to Japan by Chinese monk Jianzhen in 754 as the Ritsu school. The Huayan School 11.Follows the Avatamsaka Sutra (Huayan sutra, or “Flower Ornament Sutra) 12.Founded by Dushun (557-640) and organized by Fazang (643-712) 13.The Buddhist teaching of totality and interpenetration. 14.The four dharma realms
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course TRAD 101 taught by Professor Weiner during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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