A Study Of Syoujijitusougi

Modern Philosophy 3:114-120 (2008)

Secret language that the language problem, and the meaning dense, dense body together constitute the empty sea esoteric ideas backbone. Kukai the discussion in this regard, with both deep and unique characteristics and differences, and lack a certain academic value and religious significance. This article in its "sound word meaning of reality," as the research object, research on the basis of the text, focusing on the sound of the word and the reality of the area, and its impact on future generations and the impact of literary theory in Japan, highlighting their break learning to see the "Distinction between word and meaning," meaning, trying to reveal the unique nature of its philosophy of language. Gomitu, largely a linguistic issue, forms the main subjects of Kūkai's esoteriic buddhist thoughts along with Imitu and Sinmitu. This issue is dealt with by Kukai in a profound and idiosyncratic way without losing its academic value. Regarding the book Syoujijitusougi as the subject matter, I wish to demonstrate the uniqueness of his linguistic theories with a stress on a pair of categories of Syouji and Jitusou
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