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Title: 仏教とキリスト教
Other Titles: ブッキョウ ト キリストキョウ
A Contemporary Problem : Buddhism and Christianity
Authors: 纐纈, 康兵
KOKETSU, Kohei
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1981
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: Looking for some common aspect between Eastern and Western religions, one immediately hits on intuition. In trying to understand ultimate reality, both Zen and Christian mysticism, as Eastern and Western intuitive religions, make intuition their basic, major approach. The greatest difference between these two types of mysticism is not that their methodology diverges, but in the fact that they arose from two different cultural backgrounds, each with its own particular characteristics. In comparing Eastern and Western religions, it is necessary to eschew extremism from the very start. A commonly held extreme opinion is that Eastern and Western religions are so different as to have nothing in common at all.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1782
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