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    Title: 戰後臺灣佛教雜誌之研究—以《人生》雜誌的「佛教改革」與「社會關懷」為主;The study of Buddhism magazine in Postwar Taiwan:Focus on ";Buddhist Reform";and ";Social Care";of Humanity Magazine
    Authors: 吳士青;Wu, Shih-Ching
    Contributors: 歷史研究所
    Keywords: 《人生》雜誌;釋東初;釋聖嚴;佛教改革;佛教社會關懷;Humanity magazine;Master Dongchu;Master Sheng-Yen;Buddhist reform;Buddhist social care
    Date: 2021-01-27
    Issue Date: 2021-03-18 17:40:52 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本文以釋東初1949年發行的《人生》雜誌為例,探討戰後臺灣佛教雜誌發展,並藉此觀察《人生》雜誌如何以「佛教改革」與「社會關懷」兩大主題,回應不同時代的社會需求。《人生》雜誌創刊、復刊與改版的過程,分別呈現出臺灣戰後初期、戒嚴與解嚴時期佛教的變遷,《人生》雜誌也從初期著重佛教改革、關心中國佛教未來發展的雜誌,轉變為推廣法鼓山理念、關懷社會的刊物。
      首先在1949年至1962年《人生》雜誌的佛教改革論述中,以「江蘇派」為主的僧侶分別從制度、人才培養與社會影響力建構理想中的佛教藍圖,因此本文將分析這些論述與當時佛教及社會的關係。其次探討1982年至1999年間,面對臺灣社會轉變下的各種社會問題,《人生》雜誌呈現出何種佛教社會關懷的面向,又如何回應社會脈動。並進一步討論戰後佛教雜誌在不同時期的延續性與差異性。
    ;The main theme of this thesis is the development of the Buddhist magazine, Humanity Magazine, in postwar Taiwan. Evolving through time, Humanity Magazine has been focusing on “social care” and carrying out the mission of “Buddhist reform”.

    Humanity Magazine was founded by Ven. Master Dongchu in 1949. Being ceased publication for two decades in the 1960s and 1970s and witnessing the social changes in postwar Taiwan as the Martial Law being implemented, Humanity Magazine regained its voice in the 1980s. It regarded its mission to be fulfilling and enhancing the core value of Dharma Drum Mountain.

    The thesis is comprised of two parts.

    The first part focus on Humanity Magazine from1949 to 1962, focusing on the emergence of “Buddhism reform”. The monks of the "Jiangsu School" were constructing the ideal Buddhist blueprint from aspects of system, talent training, and social influence. The analysis of their articles on Humanity Magazine is to explore the relationship between Buddhist discourses and the society at that time.

    The second part of the thesis looks at the development of Humanity Magazine from 1982 to 1999, as the Taiwanese society being through intense social changes. The increasing concern of “social care” enabled Humanity Magazine to be responsive to various demands of the society and therefore to be connected to the society.
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