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    Title: 寇謙之的降神及政治意圖
    Other Titles: K'ou Ch'en-chih's Seances and the Political Intention
    Authors: 曾達輝;Tat-fai Tsang
    Date: 1998/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1998,new,28,n.4,p413.
    Keywords: 寇謙之
    Abstract: In this paper I try to show that the seances of K'ou Ch'ien-chih in 415-423 on Mount Sung, rather than the automatic writings (fn-clii) or mere lying, were the fast-induced visionary experiences in nature. To support this hypothesis, parallel! cases in the medieval China and modern anthropological studies are brought forward. The contents of K'ou's new code, talismans and the Perfect Book produced under divine inspiration and their respective relationships with the Buddhism are clarified. My another attempt is made to show what K'ou's ultimate concern and his mission were acting as Lao-chiin's representative in the secular world and reestablishing the organization of the Way of the Celestial Master. These missions were basically religious rather than aiming at attaining political status or eliciting favour from the T'o-pa rulers. The main reason for K'ou's receiving held in the greatest respect in the imperial court was due to his prestige and ability to communicate with the supreme spirits, being utilized by the Emperor T'ai-Wu and Ts'ui llao to manipulate the Heaven's messages and to legitimate the reign of the Northern Wei Dynasty. This paper also digs into the details of the intercourse between young K'ou and his teacher Ch'eng-kung Using. A particular section is devoted to expound the relationship of the Sliih-Lao Chili, Treatise on Buddhism and Taoism, in Wei Sl/n and the several K'ou's biographies in the Taoist Canon. From this paper, we can see how the long-lasting format of the court Taoism since the Northern Dynasty was founded bv K'ou unintentionally.
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=154
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