A Study of Attainment (sho) in Shinran's Kyogyoshinsho

Shoson Miyamoto
1972 JOURNAL OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES (INDOGAKU BUKKYOGAKU KENKYU)  
D. Different Usages of the Term Attainment (sho). II. Significance of the Composition of the Kyogyoshinsho and Its Fundamental Structure A. Kyoyosho (Teaching, Practice, Attainment) snd Kyogyo shin-sho (Teaching, Practice, Faith and Attainment). B. The Autobiography of Shinran and Eshin-ni's Letters. C. Shinran's wife Eshin-ni and the Notion of Gunmo. III. Attainment of Nirvana and Its Function A. Nucleus of Kyogyoshinsho: Attainment (sho), which links Faith (shin) and the Realm of the True
more » ... hahood (shinbutsudo). B. Docking' of Faith and Attainment (shin and sho). C. Benefitting Others, Non-duality and Manifestation of Kannon. D. Faith and Satori and Shinran's honest grief.
doi:10.4259/ibk.20.1030 fatcat:ofjvnhlz7jdvrdmejbpb76gpli