By Anne Cheng

ISBN-10: 2020125595

ISBN-13: 9782020125598

Depuis quatre mille ans, l. a. tradition chinoise offre l’image d’une remarquable continuité. Pourtant, c’est à travers une histoire faite de ruptures, de mutations mais aussi d’échanges, que los angeles Chine a vu naître des pensées aussi originales que celles de Confucius et du taoïsme, assimilé le bouddhisme et engagé à l’ère moderne un discussion, décisif, avec l’Occident.

Anne Cheng nous donne de cette culture intellectuelle une synthèse magistrale. L’évolution de l. a. pensée chinoise est ici retracée depuis l. a. dynastie des Shang au deuxième millénaire avant notre ère jusqu’au mouvement du four mai 1919, qui marque à los angeles fois l. a. rupture avec le passé et le renouveau d’une pensée qui n’a pas dit son dernier mot.

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3] Thepratimok:ja vow is [characterised by] seven [kinds of] abandonment. 122 The bodhisattva vow is [characterised by] ten [kinds of] abandonment. The mantra vow is [characterised by] one [kind of] abandonment. [4] In ilie pratimok:ja treatises, both types of reproachable [deeds] (avadya) are mentioned. 123 In the tantric treatises, neither of the two terms is mentioned. [5] The pratimok:,a vow, it is maintained, really exists. The bodhisattva vow, it is maintained, exists only nominally. In the mantra context, neither of the two terms is mentioned.

1kiira. 47: asuddho 'suddhasuddho 'tha suvisuddho yathiikramam sattvadhiitur iii prokto bodhisattvas tathiigatabll. For an English translation, see TAKASAKI1966: 230-231. 88 I Chapter One: A General Introduction: On Becoming a Buddha 41 generation model. In commenting on the generation of bodhicitta in the second chapter of the *Guhyagarbhatantra, Rong-zom-pa explains that although sentient beings are in reality buddhas, they do not realise it, and hence need to generate the two kinds of bodhicitta.

2, p. 51): shii kya gas med bram ze ste II gsum po rnam kyi'ang ehas yid dang II mig dang rna bayis 'dzinpa II de 'i phyir thub pa 'i gzhung lugs phra II. For an English translation, see LANG 1986: 116. See also TILLEMANS 1990: vol. 1, pp. 130-131. Cf. Suhrllekha ll7cd: khyad kyi thugs dul mdzad cig beam ldan gyis II sems ni ehas kyi rtsa ba lags par gsungs II. For English translations, see JAMSPAL 1978: 64 and KAWAMURA 1975: 88. 51 " See the verse cited in Prajfiiivarman's UdiinavargavivaralJa (P, vol.

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