印度學佛教學研究
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『婆沙論』における無分別のとらえ方について
前田 英一
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キーワード: 婆沙論, 無分別, 語言,
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2005 年 54 巻 1 号 p. 401-397,1272

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There is the statement in the Abhidharma Mahavibhasa (AMBh) translated by Xuanzang 苦奘 that discrimination in meditation is devoid of conceptual construction (nirvikalpaka), but that language exists until the first stage of meditation (prathamadhyana). Dharmakirti (ca. 600-660) calls cognition (jñana) that can combine with language conceptual construction (kalpanajñana). This may be understood to mean that there is no language in meditation. On the contrary, it is said that language exists until the first stage of meditation in the AMBh. The authors of the AMBh regard cognition that is combined with language in the first stage of meditation as non-discriminative (nirvikalpaka), because they say that discrimination in meditation is devoid of conceptual construction.

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