Zhao Lun is one of the important classics in the history of Chinese Buddhism. The process of thinking has an important status and role, which is highly respected by the prime ministers — endless attention, and the governance of Chinese Buddhism and Chinese philosophy all thinks that the book must be read. Unfortunately, this book has not been accurately and reliable. In view of this, as early as the 1980s, our bureau included it into the first batch of Buddhist scriptures that needed to be organized, and commissioned Mr. Zhang Chunbo, a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the famous Buddhist scholar.
Due to the conciseness of Seng Zhaowen, the interpretation of Prajna learns more words from Laozhuang’s words. In addition, a large number of Buddhist terms in the book make “Zhao Lun” is very difficult to read. Zhang Chunbo, a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Zhang Chunbo, compiled by Mr. Zhang Chunbo, “The Interpretation of the Culture of Zhao Du” is based on the “Wu Jiji of Zhao Lun” by the Song Dynasty monk’s net source. In the Yuan Dynasty, the “Xin Shu” and the “Zhao Lun Board” of the Ming Dynasty Deiqing “Zhao Lun” made the school book, and made a collation of the original text. The text is easy to understand, and it is accompanied by the “main purpose of this paragraph” after each paragraph to help readers grasp the idea of monk Zhao as a whole.
About the Author:
Monk Zhao, a monk in the Eastern Jin Dynasty, wrote several Buddhist papers to explain Prajna’s purpose. Between the southern and Chen, the people were compiled into a collection, named “Zhao Lun”. “Zhao Lun” has a beautiful writing, strict structure, and deep philosophy. It not only had a far -reaching impact on the later generations, but also had an important position in the history of Chinese Buddhist thought and the history of Chinese philosophy.
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