2006 年 54 巻 2 号 p. 750-753,1312
In Shin Buddhist theology from an ancient period there has been a logic named Suimyo-Jigyo. It is thought that this word is a term related to two kinds of dharmakaya seen in the Ichinen Tanen Mon'i and Yuisinsho Mon'i. However, the point has not been adequately considered yet, as has been stressed by Sasaki Giei.
These days it is held that the term is used in two general ways. In this paper, I examine these two interpretations, and agree that this logic expresses that movement that Amida makes to save common beings.