印度學佛教學研究
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Print ISSN : 0019-4344
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カマラシーラの因果論
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2006 年 55 巻 1 号 p. 441-438,1227

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In the Karmaphalasambandhapariksa of the Tattvasamgrahapañjika, Kamalasila constructed his causal theory. In this paper, I focus on four points: Causal relations between two moments, Rules which governs causes, Mutual actions between cause and effect, Rules which governs effects. the outstanding characteristic of his causal theory is that he added two niyamas to limit the causal relations, i. e. one that limits causes and another that limits effects. The former is called “karanasaktiniyama,” which means limitation of the capacity of a cause to create an effect. The later is called “anantaryaniyama” which means that an effect originates immediately after a particular cause is in place. This is equal to the action, apeksa, which is the function of an effect on a cause. Thus, by adding these niyamas, Kamalasila understood causal relation in terms of “effect originates when particular cause exists” and “effect does not originate when particular cause exists” In this paper, I focus on these two niyamas, considering one aspect of his interpretation of pratitya-samutpada. In fact, his causal theory constructed in this chapter of TSP corresponds to the definition of pratitya-samutpada and dharmaniyamata in Kamalasila's Aryasalistambakatika. Thus, it can be pointed out that he interprets one aspect of pratitya-samutpada as “karyakaranabhava-pratiniyama.”

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