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Collected Works of Korean Buddhism | Tracts on the Modern Reformation of Korean Buddhism

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Author : Gwon Sangro, Yi Yeongjae and Han Youngun
Translator : Pori Park
Publish : Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism


Foreword _ iv
Editor’s Preface _ viii
Acknowledgments _ xviii
Conventions _ xx
Introduction _ 3
Treatise on the Reformation of Korean Buddhism
(Joseon Bulgyo Gaehyeongnon)
Gwon Sangro
Introduction _ 31
1. How to Carry out Reformation _ 34
1) The Necessity of Reformation _ 34
2) The Nature of Reformation _ 36
3) The Relationship of Reformation _ 43
4) The Advantages and Disadvantages of Reformation _ 48
5) The Beneficial Function of Reformation _ 51
6) Leaders of Reformation _ 53
7) Time for Reformation _ 57
8) Working for Organization and Self-Government after Reformation _ 60
2. Previous Examples of Reformation _ 63
1) Śākyamuni Buddha’s Reformation _ 63
2) Bodhidharma Coming to the East to Carry out a Great Reformation _ 66
3. Our Urgent Reformation Tasks _ 69
1) Reformation of the Mind before the Reformation of Affairs _ 69
2) Reformation of Organization _ 74
3) Reformation of the Financial Foundation _ 77
4) Reforming the Organization after Having Senses/Awareness _ 80
5) Reformation of Education _ 83
Treatise on the Restoration of Korean Buddhism
(Joseon Bulgyo yusinnon)
Han Yongun
Foreword _ 97
1. Introduction _ 98
2. The Characteristics of Buddhism _ 101
3. The Principles of Buddhism _ 112
4. Buddhist Reforms Should Start from Demolition _ 116
5. The Education of Buddhist Monastics _ 118
6. The Practice of Seon _ 125
7. The Abolition of the Chanting Halls _ 130
8. Buddhist Propagation _ 135
9. The Location of Buddhist Temples _ 140
10. Buddhist Icons for Worship _ 150
11. Buddhist Rituals and Ceremonies _ 158
12. The Restoration of Monastics’ Status Depends on Their
Engagement in Production _ 162
13. Clerical Marriage and the Future of Buddhism _ 167
14. The Election of Abbots _ 178
15. The Solidification of Monastics _ 181
16. The Unification of Temples _ 189
Epilogue _ 192
Reform Proposals for Korean Buddhism
(Joseon Bulgyo ui gaehyeogan)
Han Yongun
Introduction _ 207
1. Establishing a Central Organization _ 210
2. Reorganizing Temples _ 213
3. Guaranteeing the Financial Security of the Buddhist Clerics _ 216
4. Translating Buddhist Scriptures and Treatises _ 219
5. Practicing Buddhism for the Populace _ 221
6. Promoting Meditation and Doctrinal Teachings _ 223
Conclusion _ 226
Treatise on the Renovation of Korean Buddhism
(Joseon Bulgyo hyeoksinnon)
Yi Yeongjae
1. The Reformation of Buddhism _ 233
1) The Dawning of Buddhist Reforms _ 236
2) The Preparation for Reformation _ 237
3) Overthrowing the Main-Branch Temple System _ 238
2. The Establishment of a Dharma Nation _ 243
1) The Kingdom of Truth _ 243
2) Ratification of the Saṅgha Constitution _ 244
3) Religious Identity of the Saṅgha _ 245
4) Centralization of the Saṅgha _ 248
5) The Establishment of Parishes _ 249
6) The Concentration of Administrative Power _ 249
7) Separation of Legal and Administrative Powers _ 249
8) The Organization of the Saṅgha Administration _ 250
3. Urgent Tasks _ 257
1) Propagating _ 257
2) Education _ 262
3) Scriptural Translations _ 265
4) Establishment of the Saṅgha Financial Organization and
the Publication of Saṅgha Newspapers _ 267
5) Social Charity _ 267
To My Fellow Young Clerics _ 269
Bibliography _ 275
Index _ 278
Contributors _ 286
The Committee Organization of the Publication Project of the Collected
Works of Modern Korean Buddhism _ 288
Korean Buddhism Library’s Collected Works of Modern Korean Buddhism
_ 292

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