9 The Aftermath
- Enlightenment in Dispute
- Oxford University Press
This chapter focuses on the aftermath of the second controversy after 1654 in China and Japan. In China, some Linji monks defended Feiyin and the Caodong monks opposed them. The center of controversy was the publication of Wudeng quanshu (Complete book about the five Chan schools), which is based on Feiyin's theory about the two Daowus. In addition, because Feiyin's disciple Yinyuan Longqi published Feiyin's Wudeng yantong in Japan, this book also influenced Japanese Buddhism.
Weizhong Jingfu, Tianwang monastery, Wudeng quanshu, Kokan Shiren, Obaku, Yinyuan Longqi, Japan, patriarchal authority, the two‐Daowu theory
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