“三言”僧尼形象的社会意义研究Research on the Social Significance of the Buddhist monks and nuns in “San Yan”
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- Research on the Social Significance of the Buddhist monks and nuns in “San Yan”
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- " San Yan”; Buddhist monks and nuns; social significance
- 한중언어문화연구, no.28, pp.395 - 412
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- The background of the Buddhist monks and nuns in “San Yan” is the respect of the rulers of the Ming Dynasty to the Buddhism. The prevailing of the Buddhism in the Ming Dynasty not only promoted the connection between the Buddhist cause and effect concept and the Confucian ethnic to form an assistant religious force to maintain the social ethnic and morality, but also caused a great number of people to enter into Buddhism to form an important Buddhist monk and nun estate in the society. The Buddhist monks and nuns in “San Yan” have the social significane in two hands. In the one hands, the social moral examples set up by those monks and nuns who have strong belief and work hard to help common people showed the social function of the religious ethnic. In the other hand, the monks and nuns who lost themselves in sex and had strong greed for money also reflected the influence of the anti-asceticism trend of thought cansed by the criticism of the Yang Ming philosophy on the Li Xue in the middle and later Ming Dynasty, as well as the social ethos of sex indulging and luxury of this time.
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