2006 年 54 巻 2 号 p. 1089-1086,1348
The Six Characteristics (六相) generally have been positioned as the basis of the “Interfusion of the Six Characteristics” (六相円融) from the Huayan (華厳) school's standpoint, but not much study has been done on the Six Characteristics in the ADV itself. The purpose of this paper is to clarify the meaning of the Six Characteristics in the ADV, specifically focusing on the transfiguration of an equivalent and the context of the Six Characteristics.
In conclusion, we can find that the Six Characteristics, used as the method of annotation in the ADV, are more embodied in a comparison of the Dasabhumika-sutra (十地経). Also, it is noted that transfiguration of the Six Characteristics is shown more clearly in the Tibetan version of ADV than in the Chinese version.