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A Study on Beopjong(法宗)'s <Sosangpalgyeong-chaun>

  • Korean Language & Literature
  • 2009, (69), pp.199-218
  • Publisher : Korean Language & Literature
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

CHO TAESEONG 1

1전남대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

Sosangpalgyeong[瀟湘八景] as a theme of poet has been treated as a concern of the Confucian writer. However, I found that it was frequently borrowed as a poetical idea by Zen priest. Then, what Sosangpalgyeong meant to Zen priest? The purpose of this article is to seek this question. Namely, it was the process to solve questions about the views of the space having eyes on the completion of spiritual awakening in a Buddhist above an element of the mood of Zen. To solve these questions, I considered Beopjong(法宗, 1670~1733)'s <Sosangpalgyeong-Chaun[瀟湘八景次韻]> in this article. As a consequence, I could find that his works recited the process of ascetic exercises for spiritual awakening, a desire arose from the process, and metal attitude after spiritual awakening. However, this study could have fundamental limitations because these kinds of poems have found rarely in a Buddhist. They were too little to study the comprehensive meaning of works in the expansive aspect. In spite of that, the important thing is that there were different points of views on Beopjong(法宗)'s <Sosangpalgyeong-Chaun> and it is significant.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.