Briefly on the Logical Process - How Chinese Culture Absorbed Buddhist Culture and its Historical Inspiration

Philosophy and Culture 29 (9):836-846 (2002)
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First, the early transmission of Buddhism to yellow Lao Shenxian alchemy and metaphysics as the intermediary, Chinese culture and Buddhist culture, identity and attachment to each other; two Seng Zhao, Zhu Daosheng grasp the original meaning of Buddhism, Buddhism by the Chinese people mark recognition to distinguish differences, the development of Buddhism from dependence to independence; Third, Confucianism and Buddhism in the conflict, the original meaning of Buddhism, independent and accessible Distinction, rejection stage; four Buddhist learn from each other, to further improve the development of Taoism, Buddhism in China; V. intermediary to Buddhism into China, Buddhism and Confucianism have not learned that science, the formation of the Confucian-oriented Chinese culture, Confucianism and Buddhism coexist Road fusion, coordination of new organic system; 6, from the Buddhist culture, Chinese culture and learn the logic of the process , the authors draw foreign culture for the basic contradictions and internal rules of a few observations



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