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|タイトル: ||Abhinavagupta作Tantrāloka第13章訳と注解 : Jayaratha注釈付 (1)|
|その他のタイトル: ||The Tantrāloka of Abhinavagupta : Annotated Translation of the 13th āhnika with the Commentary of Jayaratha (Part 1)|
|著者: ||高島, 淳|
|著者(別言語): ||Takashima, Jun|
|掲載誌情報: ||東洋文化研究所紀要. 149冊, 2006-03, p. 286-242|
|抄録: ||This article contains an annotated translation of a part of the 13th ahnika of the Tantrāloka of Abhinavagupta with the commentary of Jayaratha.
The Tantrāloka,“Light on the Tantras”, is the most important work on Śaivism of Abhinavagupta, the great Kashmirian Philosopher of 10-11th Century.
This work is conceived as a complete manual on the Non-dualistic Saivism, based on the Mālinīvijayottara-tantra.
The structure of the Tantrāloka consists of the fourfold upāya (‘means'), which are anupāya, śupāyambhava-upāya, śākta-upāya and ānava-upāya.
Apart from the first introductory chapter, Chapters 2 to 5 are consecrated to the anupāya, śambhava-upāya and śakta-upāya respectively.
The rest of the work treats the ānava-upāya.
Chapters 6 to 12 deal with the ānava-upāya for the advanced disciples who can practise without the help of the teacher (guru).
Chap-ters from 15 onward, which can be considered as the second part of the Tantrāloka, treat the rituals which the guru bestows to disciples.
The Chapter 13, which introduces this second part, describes the theoretical problems concerning the grace (anugraha) of the God Śiva.
This divine grace becomes manifest in the descent of divine energy (śaktipāta).
It is only through the śaktipāta that the liberation from the samsāra is possible.
Various theories, beginning with the Sāmkhya, concerning the cause of bondage and liberation are refuted in the first part of this chapter and then the established theory of the non-dualistic Śaivism is given.
Only the verses 1 to 52 are translated and annotated with the commentary of Jayaratha in this part 1.|