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Five Mountains: The Rinzai Zen Monastic Institution in Medieval Japan

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About the Author

Martin Collcutt is Professor of East Asian Studies and History at Princeton University.

Table of Contents

Foreword by Edwin O. Resichauer

Preface

Introduction

PART I: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INSTITUTION

1. Japanese Zen Pioneers and their Patrons

Stages of Acculturation

Motives of Japanese Zen Pioneers

Eisai and the Kamakura Shogunate

Enni and Kujo Michiie

Shinchi and the Ideal of the Recluse

Dogen and His Patrons

2. Chinese Émigré Monks and Japanese Warrior-Rulers

Hojo Patronage

Hojo Tokiyori and Lan-ch'i Tao-lung

Hojo Tokiyori and Wu-an P'u-ning

Hojo Tokimune's Patronage of Zen

Hojo Tokimune and Wu-hsueh Tsuyuan

Hojo Sadatoki and I-shan I-ning

Hojo Takatoki's Patronage of Zen

The Zen Contribution to Warrior Culture

Provincial Diffusion of Zen

Imperial Patronage of Zen

3. The Articulation of the Gozan System

Go-Daigo and Muso

Reorganization of the Gozan

Go-Daigo's Motives

Ash ikaga Patronage of Zen

Takauji and Tadayoshi

The Building of Tenryuji and Ashikaga Power

Ankokuji and Rishoto

Gozan, Jissatsu, and Shozan

Regional Distribution

Centralization and Control of the Gozan by the Ashikaga

The Tenka Soroku and the Inryoshoku

Zenith and Decline

The Emergence of Daitokuji and Myoshinji

PART II: THE STRUCTURE OF THE INSTITUTION

4. The Zen Monastic Life and Rule

The Development of the Rule

The Problem of the Pai-chang Code

The Ch'an-men Regulations and the Ch'an-yuan Code

Introduction of the Ch'an Monastic Rule to Japan

The Rinssenji Code

Bakufu Regulation of the Gozan

5. The Monastery and its Sub-Temples

Transmission of the Ground Plan

The Setting

The Layout

Gates

The Buddha Hall

The Dharma Hall

The Abbot's Building

The Bathhouse, Latrines, and Washstands

The Monks' Hall

The Reading Room

The Kitchen-Office

6. The Community

Population

The Abbot

The Officers

Acolytes

Postulants and Novices

7. The Zen Monastic Economy

Ch'an Communities in China

Japan: Zen Monastic Domains

The Engakuji Economy

The Nanzenji Economy

The Daitokuji Economy

Management of the Zen Monastic Domain

Conclusion

Notes

Bibliography

Glossary

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9780674304987
Author:
Collcutt, Martin
Publisher:
Harvard University Asia Center
Subject:
History
Subject:
Asia - Japan
Subject:
Japan
Subject:
General History
Subject:
World History-Japan
Copyright:
Series:
Harvard East Asian Monographs
Series Volume:
85
Publication Date:
19960131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in 1.38 lb

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