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Texts, Narratives, Experience, and Practice: International Conference on Buddhist Meditation

 

  • Buddhist meditation is one of the most important elements that constitute the Buddhist tradition. It is the central concern of the many Buddhist scripture, scholastic texts, as well as the narrative literature. It’s theory and practice develop a sophisticated Buddhist philosophy of mind. In the course of modernization and globalization, Buddhist meditation has undergone transformations practically and institutionally. As Buddhist meditation has been increasingly applied to secular areas such as psycho-therapy, educational enterprise, and so on, it has become a popular research topic in modern psychology, brain-science, digital humanities and so on. This international conference cordially invites scholars and specialists to participate and present academic papers on, but not limited to, the following topics:

    1. Buddhist scripture, śāstras, and narratives related to Buddhist meditation
    2. Theory and methods in Buddhist Meditation practice
    3. Psychological or phenomenological studies on the Buddhist meditation experience
    4. Buddhist meditation and Buddhist modernism
    5. Buddhist meditation and digital humanities

釋果暉

Guo Huei Shih

法鼓山 方丈和尚 / 法鼓文理學院 副教授

Abbot President, Dharma Drum Mountain/ Associate Professor, DILA

陳定銘

Ting-Ming Chen

法鼓文理學院佛教 教授暨校長

Professor & President, DILA

鄧偉仁

Weijen Teng

法鼓文理學院佛教學系 副教授暨系主任

Associate Professor & Chair of the Department of Buddhist Studies,

DILA

Eric Greene

耶魯佛學研究倡議副教授

Yale Buddhist Studies Initiative, Associate Professor

東亞語言與文學系合聘副教授

Core Faculty Member & Director of Graduate Studies: Council on East

Asian Studies

東亞研究委員會副教授暨研究生班主任

Affiliate Faculty Member: Department of East Asian Languages and

Literatures

張嘉如

Chia-Ju Chang

紐約市立大學布魯克林學院現代語言文學系 教授暨系主任

Professor, Department Chairperson, Modern Languages and

Literatures, Brooklyn College

Jijimon Alakkalam

Joseph

Assistant Professor, Holistic Education and Catholic Studies at Fu Jen

Catholic University (FJU)

Grzegorz Polak

Associate Professor, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin,

Poland

林佩瑩

Pei-ying Lin

政治大學宗教學系 助理教授

Assistant Professor, National Chengchi University

林鎮國

Chen-Kuo Lin

國立政治大學 名譽教授

Emeritus Professor, Department of Philosophy, National Chengchi

University

釋惠敏

Huimin Bhikshu

法鼓文理學院 榮譽教授

Emeritus Professor, DILA

陳一標

I-biau Chen

佛光大學 教授

Professor, Fo Guang University

莊國彬

Kuo-pin Chuang

法鼓文理學院 副教授

Associate Professor, DILA

蔡伯郎

Polang Tsai

法鼓文理學院 副教授

Associate Professor, DILA

安東平

根特大學語言與文化學系專任教授

Christoph Anderl

Professor, Chinese Language and Culture Department of Languages

and Cultures, Ghent University, Belgium

李宗定

Tsung Ting Lee

實踐大學應用中文學系副教授

Associate Professor, Shih Chien University

劉鐔靖

Tan-ching Liu

國立臺灣師範大學國文學系博士候選人

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Chinese, National Taiwan Normal

University

釋法照

Fazhao Shi

杭州佛學院 教師

Lecturer, Hangzhou Buddhist Seminary, China

洪振洲

Joey Hung

法鼓文理學院 教授

Professor, DILA

Stefan Baums

Ph.D., University of Munich, Germany

Andrew Glass

Ph.D., Program Manager Microsoft Corporation, USA

釋賢度

Xian-du Shi

北京如是人工智能技術研究院 院長

Dean, Beijing Rushi Institute of Artificial Intelligence Technology,

China

張曉冬

Xiao-dong Zhang

北京如是人工智能技術研究院 副院長

Vice Dean, Beijing Rushi Institute of Artificial Intelligence

Technology, China

馬德偉

Marcus Bingenheimer

美國天普大學宗教系 副教授

Associate Professor, Marcus Bingenheimer, Temple University, USA

王昱鈞

Yu-Chun Wang

法鼓文理學院 助理教授

Assistant Professor, DILA

越建東

KIN-TUNG YIT

國立中山大學 教授

Professor, National Sun Yat-sen University

葉慧敏

Karen Yeh

佛光山叢林學院 專任教師

Teacher, Fo Guang Shan Tsung Lin University

釋常慧

Chang Hui Shi

法鼓文理學院 碩士生

MA Student, DILA

陳法菱

Fa Ling Chen

國立政治大學宗教所 博士

Ph.D., National Chengchi University

黃儀娟

Elenda Y.J. Huang

法鼓文理學院 碩士生

MA Student, DILA

廖肇亨

Chao-heng Liao

中央研究院中國文哲研究所 研究員

Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy,

Academia Sinica

曾堯民

Yaomin Zeng

法鼓文理學院 助理教授

Assistant Professor, DILA

梅靜軒

Ching Hsuan Mei

法鼓文理學院 副教授

Associate Professor, DILA

張雅雯

Ya-wen Chang

中華佛研所 博士後研究員

Postdoctoral Fellow, Chung-Hwa Institute of Buddhist Studies

嚴瑋泓

Wei-Hung Yen

東海大學哲學系 教授

Professor, Tunghai Unviersity

Kamil Nowak

法鼓文理學院佛學系 博士生

Ph.D. Student, DILA

Dharmacārī Śraddhāpa

法鼓文理學院 碩士生

MA Student, DILA

Chu Kwan Chan

漢堡大學沼田佛學研究中心 碩士生

MA student, Numata Center for Buddhist Studies, Universität

Hamburg, Germany

鄭維儀

Wei-yi Cheng

佛光大學 副教授

Associate Professor, Fo Guang University

釋湛遠

Sik Tsam Yuen

福嚴佛學院 研究生

Graduate Student, Fuyan Buddhist Seminary

劉怡寧

Yining Liu

台大社會系 兼任助理教授

Adjunct Assistant Professor, National Taiwan University

潘筱蒨

Pua Shiau Chen

馬來西亞新紀元大學 副教授

Associate Professor, New Era University College, Malaysia

徐郁縈

Yu-Yin Hsu

德國波鴻魯爾大學 博士後研究員

Postdoctoral fellow, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

釋果鏡

Guojing Shih

法鼓文理學院 教授

Professor, DILA

黃敬家

Jing-Jia Huang

國立臺灣師範大學國文學系 教授

Professor, National Taiwan Normal University

林悟石

Wushi Lin

法鼓文理學院佛學系 博士生

Ph.D. Student, DILA

盧致新

Chi San Lo

法鼓文理學院佛學系 博士生

Ph.D. Student, DILA

陳陶

Chen Tao

法鼓文理學院佛學系 博士候選人

Ph.D. Candidate, DILA

Abstracts

  • Deadline:30th June 2022
  • Notification of acceptance: 30th July 2022
  • Submission:Please submit your abstract by email to bdu@dila.edu.tw
  • Format:Academic journal format
  • Abstract word count: 300 – 500 (English), 700–1500 (Chinese)
  • Language: Chinese or English

Full text of the paper(outstanding papers will be selected for peer-reviewed publication)

  • Deadline: 15th November 2022
  • Submission:Please submit your paper by email to bdu@dila.edu.tw
  • Format:Academic journal format
  • Word count:not specified
  • Language:Chinese or English

Friday, December 16, 2022

GC001 Auditorium

08:30-08:50

Check in

08:50-09:00

Opening ceremony, welcome address by the Abbot President Venerable Guo Huei

09:00-09:10

Welcome address by Ting-Ming Chen, President, Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (DILA)

09:10-10:00

Keynote Speech 1: Buddhist Meditation Between India and China

Speaker: Prof. Eric Greene, Yale University

Moderator: Prof. Weijen Teng

10:00-10:10

Encoding "that which does not abide" – Using DNA for the Preservation of Buddhist Culture

(Marcus Bingenheimer)

10:10-10:30

Refreshment Break

Session 1

10:30-12:10

Panel 1: Buddhist Meditation – Praxis and Practice

Moderator: Weijen Teng

Baizhang’s Wild Fox: Gong’an as Eco-Therapy for the Anthropocene Crisis

(Chia-Ju Chang)

The Enlightened Praxis: Buddhist Farmers’ Spiritual Experiences with Practical Intent

(Jijimon Alakkalam Joseph)

Not Just a Technique: A Consideration of Non-Straightforwardly Practicable Aspects of Meditation

(Grzegorz Polak)

Zen for Nothing: The Life and Teaching of Sōtō Master Sawaki Kōdō 澤木興道 (1880-1965)
(Pei-ying Lin)

12:10-12:20

Group photo (The Front Main Stairs)

12:20-14:00

Lunch, Break (Great Wisdom House)

GC001 Auditorium

GC002 Auditorium

Session 2

14:00-15:40

Panel 2: The Theory of Meditation in the Sarvāstivāda and Vijñaptimatra Schools

Moderator: Chen-Kuo Lin

Panel 3: Dunhuang, Meditation Texts

Moderator: Christoph Anderl

An Inquiry into the Meditation, Repentance, and the Procedure of Receiving the Bodhisattva Precepts of Yogācārabhūmi
(Huimin Bhikshu)

An Analysis of the Relationship between “Shouyi” in Buddhism and “Shouyi” in Taoism from the “Da Anban Shouyi Jing” in the Late Han Dynasty
(Tsung Ting Lee)

Viewing the “the Known (jñeya)” and “Reality-Object (tattvārtha)” of Yogācāra Buddhism from the Perspective of Meditation – Starting from the Structure of Saṃdhinirmocanasūtra
(I-biau Chen)

The Epistemology and Cultivationthe Interpretation of the "Pramāṇavāda" in the Yizhang Documents of the Dilun

school and the Shelun school Which in the Dunhuang Manuscript.
(Tan-ching Liu)

The practice of the faculties upgrading(indriya sañcāra) according to the Sarvāstivāda school

(Kuo-pin Chuang)

The Emergence and Transcendence of Lust (rāga) —Based on the Śarīrārthagāthā of the Yogācārabhūmi

(Fazhao Shi)

The Meaning of Vitarka-vicāra and its Connection with Meditation of the Sarvāstivāda and Yogācāra Schools

(Polang Tsai)

15:40-16:00

Tea Break

16:00-17:10

Round Table Discussion

17:30-20:00

Dinner Reception (Cafeteria)

Saturday, December 17, 2022

GC001 Auditorium

08:40-09:10

Check in

09:10-10:00

Aming Tu Prize Award Ceremony and Speech

Keynote Speech 2: “Gandhari.org -- A Research Environment for Gāndhārī Buddhist Texts and Beyond” Speaker: Stefan Baums, University of Munich, Germany

Andrew Glass, Program Manager Microsoft Corporation, USA Moderator: Prof. Jen-Jou Hung

10:00-10:20

Refreshment Break

GC001 Auditorium

GC002 Auditorium

Session 3

10:20-12:00

Panel 4: The Development of Digital Humanities

Moderator: Jen-Jou Hung

Panel 5: Buddhist Meditation Manuals, Meditation Masters and Meditation Practices

Moderator: Kin-Tung Yit

The Practice and Prospects of the Digitization of the “Jingshan Tripitaka” (Xian-du Shi, Xiao-dong Zhang)

Buddhānusmṛti-samādhi in Fifth-century Chinese Meditation Manuals

(Karen Yeh)

The Second Phase of the Ming Buddhist Revival:

A Social Network Approach to the School of Miyun Yuanwu 密雲圓悟

(Marcus Bingenheimer)

A Preliminary Study on the Evolution of the Image of the Ideal Chan Master in the Chan School of Buddhism and Master Shengyan’s Method of Training a Chan Master (Chang Hui Shi)

Developing Natural Language Processing Tools for Classical Chinese Buddhist Texts

(Yu-Chun Wang)

The Contemporary Transferal Meditation-in-Action Model of Mindfulness-of-Breathing at Pa-Auk Monastery

(Fa Ling Chen)

“All words are forgotten” vs. Cessations of Semantic Processes

- A Phenomenological Exploration of Chan Scriptures and Practices in Silent Illumination

(Elenda Y.J. Huang)

12:20-14:00

Lunch, Break (Cafeteria)

Session 4

14:00-15:20

Panel 6: Atypical Meditation Discourses: Biographies, Manuscripts and Repentant Liturgies

Moderator: Chao-heng Liao

Panel 7: Shikantaza, Non-abiding, and Metamodernism in Meditation Study

Moderator: Wei-Hung Yen

The Development of Chan Monasteries from Sixth to Seventh Centuries: Based on the Xu Gaoseng Zhuan

(Yaomin Zeng)

An Oscillatory Model of Chan Experience, or An Argument for a Metamodern Perspective in Chan Studies

(Kamil Nowak)

Re-interpretation of Dunhuang Manuscript P.3777 (Ching Hsuan Mei)

No Place to Stand – A Study of the Term pratiṣṭhita in the Vajracchedikā Prajñāpāramitā

(Dharmacārī Śraddhāpa)

Repentance and Chan Practice in the Sanfeng Lineage: Research on Renshan Jizhen’s “Da-Bo-Re-Chan-Fa”
(Ya-wen Chang)

A Taxonomy of Interpretations of Dōgen’s Shikantaza

(Chu Kwan Chan)

15:20-15:40

Tea Break

Session 5

15:40-17:20

Panel 8: Modern Buddhist Meditation

Moderator: Cheng Wei-Yi

Panel 9: The Doctrine and Thought of Chan

Moderator: Guojing Shih

Master Chi Chen’s Inheritance and Development of Master Sheng Yen’s Silent Illumination Meditation

(Sik Tsam Yuen)

A study on sitting meditation of Linji school in Song Dynasty

— Based on “Zuochan Ming” written by Qingyuan and “Zuochan Yi” written by Bencai

(Jing-Jia Huang)

Hoofprint of the Ox: A Comparison between Master Sheng-Yen’s Revival of Chinese Chan Buddhism and the Western Mindfulness Movement
(Yining Liu)

Comprehending Everything as Oneself: Zibo Zhenke’s Doctrine of Non-self and Theory of Meditation without Subject-Object Duality
(Wushi Lin)

Chan Meditation Classics and the Buddhist Sutra’s Flower Narrative

(Pua Shiau Chen)

A Preliminary Exploration of the Integration of Huayan’s Dharma Realm View and Biyanlu’s Koan

(Chi San Lo)

The Spreading Impacts of Japanese “Health Caring Methods” in the Early Republic of China

(Yu-Yin Hsu)

A Study of Inherent Realization in Early Chan

(Chen Tao)

Farewell

Sunday, December 18, 2022

Tea Chan Classroom

08:50-09:00

Check in

09:00-11:30

Tea Chan

11:30-13:00

Lunch (Yangsheng Fitness Center)

Farewell

  • Venue:Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, GC002 Lecture Hall.(Google MAP)
  • Address:No. 700, Fagu Rd., Jinshan Dist., New Taipei City 20842, Taiwan, R.O.C.
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Texts, Narratives, Experience, and Practice: International Conference on Buddhist Meditation

Email:bdu@dila.edu.tw

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