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Abbreviation

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五十二位


Source: 佛光電子大辭典

Description:

大乘菩薩之五十二種階位。即十信、十住、十行、十迴向、十地、等覺、妙覺。此等菩薩之階位,諸經論所說不一,如華嚴經說十住、十行、十迴向、十地、佛地等四十一位;仁王經卷上菩薩教化品說十善、三賢三十心、十地、佛地等五十一位;菩薩瓔珞本業經則舉前位十信與四十二賢聖位,稱為十信心、十心住、十行心、十迴向心、十地心、入法界心、寂滅心;大佛頂首楞嚴經卷八更於十信之前說乾慧地,於十迴向之後加煖、頂、忍、世第一法等四善根,合為五十七階位。其中,瓔珞經所舉之五十二位名義整足,位次無缺,故自古廣為大乘諸家所採用,其名數為:(一)十信心,即信心、念心、精進心、慧心、定心、不退心、迴向心、護法心、戒心、願心。(二)十心住,即發心住、治地心住、修行心住、生貴心住、方便心住、正心住、不退心住、童真心住、法王子心住、灌頂心住。(三)十行心,即歡喜心行、饒益心行、無瞋恨心行、無盡心行、離癡亂心行、善現心行、無著心行、尊重心行、善法心行、真實心行。(四)十迴向心,即救護一切眾生離相迴向心、不壞迴向心、等一切佛迴向心、至一切處迴向心、無盡功德藏迴向心、隨順平等善根迴向心、隨順等觀一切眾生迴向心、如相迴向心、無縛解脫迴向心、法界無量迴向心。(五)十地心,即四無量心、十善心、明光心、焰慧心、大勝心、現前心、無生心、不思議心、慧光心、受位心。第四十一地之心稱為入法界心,即為等覺。第四十二地之心稱為寂滅心,即為妙覺。此中,十住、十行、十迴向、十地、等覺與妙覺,依次配習種性、性種性、道種性、聖種性、等覺性、妙覺性等。〔梁譯攝大乘論釋卷七、瑜伽師地論略纂卷十二、法華經玄義卷四下、成唯識論述記卷九末、菩薩戒義疏卷上、華嚴經探玄記卷五至卷十四〕(參閱「菩薩階位」5221)

Page: p1044


Source: A Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms, William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous

Description:

The fifty-two stages in the process of becoming a Buddha; of these fifty-one are to bodhisattvahood, the fifty-second to Buddhahood. They are: Ten 十信 or stages of faith; thirty of the 三賢 or three grades of virtue i. e. ten 十住, ten 十行, and ten 十廻向; and twelve of the three grades of holiness, or sainthood, i. e. ten , plus 等覺 and 妙覺. These are the Tiantai stages; there are others, and the number and character of the stages vary in different schools.


Source: 陳義孝編, 竺摩法師鑑定, 《佛學常見辭彙》

Description:

菩薩由凡夫到成佛,一共要經過五十二個階位,即十信、十住、十行、十迴向、十地、等覺、妙覺。十信是由十住中的第一發心住內,分開另立的,若將其縮入發心住內,則只有四十二位。詳見大乘條。


Source: 丁福保《佛學大辭典》

Description:

 

五十二位===(術語)明菩薩乘之階位,諸經論所說,種種不同。如大日經依十住而明十位,又同經明十地之十位,勝天王般若經明十地之十位,智度論明三乘合說之十位,金光明經明十地妙覺之十一位,唯識論明十住十行十迴向十地妙覺之四十一位,智度論加入等覺明四十二位(四十二字門是也),仁王般若經明十信十住十行十迴向十地妙覺之五十一位,華嚴經,菩薩瓔珞經等加入等覺明五十二位。日本弘法之秘藏記於十信十住十行十迴向十地加入十迴向終之煖頂忍世第一四善根而明五十四位。首楞嚴經加入等覺妙覺而明五十六位。已上諸位分別凡聖則大日經之十位,初三位為凡位,後七位為賢聖。智度論之十位,初二位為凡位,後八位為賢聖位。勝天王金光明經之十位十一位,皆為聖位。唯識論之四十一位,十住十行十迴向之三十為賢位,十地,妙覺為聖位。是天台之別教,華嚴終教之乘位也。若從二宗圓教之乘位,則皆是聖位也。智度論之四十二位,亦準此可知。華嚴等之五十二位,初十信為凡位,不入賢聖位。住行向之三位,在別教終教為賢位,在圓教為聖位。十地等妙之十二,在別教終教是聖位。又於圓教為聖位。後五十四位,五十六位,亦準此可知。要之賢聖之位次,共有四十二位。故了義燈曰:「仁王、華嚴、瓔珞、優婆塞戒經等皆說四十二位賢聖,不言五十二位。」此中法相宗用四十一位,華嚴之始教用五十二位,其終圓二教用四十二位,天台之別圓二教,用五十二位。今依台宗而示之則五十二位,分為七科。又分為凡聖之二,凡與聖又各分為二。天台四教儀曰:「華嚴明十住十行十迴向為賢,十地為聖,妙覺為佛(即四十一位),瓔珞明五十二位,金光明但明十地佛果,勝天王明十地,涅槃明五行,如是諸經增減不同者。界外菩薩隨機利益,豈得定說。然位次周足莫過瓔珞,故今依彼略明菩薩歷位斷證之相。」##【圖像: T0024.JPG 刪減】

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