課程資訊
課程名稱
唯識觀之生命療癒
Life Healing From the Consciousness-Only Perspective 
開課學期
106-2 
授課對象
文學院  哲學研究所  
授課教師
蔡耀明 
課號
Phl7244 
課程識別碼
124 M6660 
班次
 
學分
3.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期五6,7,8(13:20~16:20) 
上課地點
哲研討室一 
備註
本課程中文授課,使用英文教科書。
總人數上限:20人 
Ceiba 課程網頁
http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1062Phl7244_Healing 
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課程概述

本課程將探討佛教唯識觀之生命療癒的幾個重大的論題,包括唯識觀、心識之轉捨、生命、以及宗教療癒。
This course invites you to explore some of the important topics of Buddhist philosophy of life healing from the consciousness-only perspective, including sense faculties, sense objects, consciousnesses, mind, the nature of mind, the transformation of mind, life, and religious healing.
 

課程目標
本課程的目標,在於對佛教心識哲學之課題,建立以典籍和學術論文做為依據的思辨與認識,並且奠定從事佛教哲學或心識哲學專門研究的基礎。以條列的方式,透過本課程的歷練,學員可預期達到如下四項成果:(1)對佛教心識哲學的研究領域、課題、方法、和內容,形成一定水準的認識;(2)對學界在佛教心識哲學的研究書目與研究成果有一定水準的認識;(3)憑藉學養,得以入乎佛教心識哲學之課題的眼光、思辨、和觀點,並且出乎其外;(4)初步建立以第一手和第二手資料來從事佛教心識哲學之課題的研究的能力,強化獨特的哲學思考,並且提昇學習報告的寫作水平。
Through a variety of sources, students are expected to become knowledgeable about Buddhist concepts of sense faculties, sense objects, consciousnesses, mind, the nature of mind, and the transformation of mind.
 
課程要求
本課程定位為研究所層級的專題討論課,並非大學部一般的導論或通論課。學員必須預先研讀本課程大綱所列的主要的課程材料,在課堂上積極參與討論,以及按時完成學期作業。每一進度單元所列的「延伸的參考材料」,多少皆具參考價值;若是碩士班研究生,並不硬性規定必讀;若是博士班研究生,則要求藉此量力或盡力拓展課程修讀的廣度、深度、和層級。
Attend class regularly and be willing to participate in class discussion. Read assigned texts and demonstrate sufficient understanding in critical reflection papers. Complete semester project paper in consultation with the instructor. Participate in an end of the semester group presentation. There are no pre-established objectives other than the basic requirement that this course be an exercise in thinking. By thinking, you will be in an on-going and multi-layered conversation with the authors and texts we will be reading, with fellow classmates, with the instructor, and last but not least, with yourselves as you think the questions that question the nature of Buddhist philosophy of language.
 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
 
參考書目
詳如「課程進度」所列。要求閱讀以及在課堂予以講解和討論。更多的參考材料,於課堂隨時補充。
The reading assignments will be divided into three categories: required, suggested, and optional. The categories are self-explanatory. I will give a brief explanation of the purpose for each reading, allowing you to decide whether you wish to read the suggested and optional texts. The suggested and optional readings will generally consist of secondary analyses, material for context.
* Dan Arnold, Brains, Buddhas, and Believing: The Problem of Intentionality in Classical Buddhist and Cognitive-Scientific Philosophy of Mind, New York, Columbia University Press, 2012.
* Gregory Fields, Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001.
* Nancy Liebler, Sandra Moss, Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way: Creating Happiness with Meditation, Yoga, and Ayurveda, Hoboken: Wiley, 2009.
* Tao Jiang, Contexts and Dialogue: Yogācāra Buddhism and Modern Psychology on the Subliminal Mind, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006.
* Fernando Tola, Carmen Dragonetti, Being as Consciousness: Yogācāra Philosophy of Buddhism, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2004.
 
指定閱讀
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Life and Philosophy of Life: Definition and Clarification,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review 35 (March 2008): 155-190.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Categories of Topics and Examples of Questions concerning Philosophy of Life: From Multiple Perspectives of Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, and Epistemology,” Satyābhisamaya: A Buddhist Studies Quarterly 44 (March 2008): 205-263.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Interpretative Approach to Navigating Concepts Concerning the Doctrine of Nondual Middle Way: Maneuver into Buddhist Approach to Unfolding Thorough Reality of the Life World,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review 32 (October 2006): 115-166.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Buddhist Philosophical Reflections on the Meaning of Life,” Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter Quarterly 13/1 (December 2011): 159-183.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Inquiry into the Reasoning of Liberation of Buddhist ‘Eight Levels of Liberation’,” Aletheia: NHU Journal of Philosophy and Life Education 24 (January 2013): 201-266.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Perspectives on and Transformation of Sentient Beings from the Teachings of Prajñāpāramitā in the Prajñāpāramitā-sūtras,” Satyābhisamaya: A Buddhist Studies Quarterly 64 (March 2013): 5-29.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “A Contemporary Application of Buddhist Worldview for Understanding and Transforming Sentient Beings,” International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 26/1 (June 2016): 101-125.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Meditative Practices as Determinative Factors in Constructing and Understanding the Spatial World,” presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting, The American Academy of Religion (AAR), in Boston, Massachusetts USA, November 18-21, 2017, 19 pages.
* Fernando Tola, Carmen Dragonetti, “The Vimsatika vijnaptimatratasiddhih,” Being as Consciousness: Yogācāra Philosophy of Buddhism, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2004, pp. 78-122.
* Dan Arnold, “Ch. 2: The Cognitive-Scientific Revolution: Computationalism and the Problem of Mental Causation,” Brains, Buddhas, and Believing, New York: Columbia University Press, 2012, pp. 48-80.
* Dan Arnold, “Concluding Reflections: Religious Studies and philosophy of Mind,” Brains, Buddhas, and Believing, New York: Columbia University Press, 2012, pp. 236-243.
* Tao Jiang, “Chapter 1: The Origin of the Concept of Alayavijñana,” Contexts and Dialogue: Yogācāra Buddhism and Modern Psychology on the Subliminal Mind, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006, pp, 21-47.
* Tao Jiang, “Chapter 5: Accessibility of the Subliminal Mind: Transcendence versus Immanence,” Contexts and Dialogue: Yogācāra Buddhism and Modern Psychology on the Subliminal Mind, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006, pp, 128-144.
* Nancy Liebler, Sandra Moss, “Part 1: Finding Another Way,” Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way: Creating Happiness with Meditation, Yoga, and Ayurveda, Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, pp. 5-96.
* Gregory Fields, “Chapter Three: Classical Yoga as A Religious Therapeutic,” Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001, pp. 83-137.
 
評量方式
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No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
Attendance and Participation 
40% 
 
2. 
Final Examination 
60% 
 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
3/02  * Introduction to the Course 
第2週
3/09  * Yao-ming Tsai, “Life and Philosophy of Life: Definition and Clarification,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review 35 (March 2008): 155-190.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Categories of Topics and Examples of Questions concerning Philosophy of Life: From Multiple Perspectives of Metaphysics, Philosophy of Mind, and Epistemology,” Satyābhisamaya: A Buddhist Studies Quarterly 44 (March 2008): 205-263.
 
第3週
3/16  * Yao-ming Tsai, “Interpretative Approach to Navigating Concepts Concerning the Doctrine of Nondual Middle Way: Maneuver into Buddhist Approach to Unfolding Thorough Reality of the Life World,” National Taiwan University Philosophical Review 32 (October 2006): 115-166.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Buddhist Philosophical Reflections on the Meaning of Life,” Humanities and Social Sciences Newsletter Quarterly 13/1 (December 2011): 159-183.
 
第4週
3/23  * Yao-ming Tsai, “Inquiry into the Reasoning of Liberation of Buddhist ‘Eight Levels of Liberation’,” Aletheia: NHU Journal of Philosophy and Life Education 24 (January 2013): 201-266.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Perspectives on and Transformation of Sentient Beings from the Teachings of Prajñāpāramitā in the Prajñāpāramitā-sūtras,” Satyābhisamaya: A Buddhist Studies Quarterly 64 (March 2013): 5-29.
 
第5週
3/30  * Yao-ming Tsai, “A Contemporary Application of Buddhist Worldview for Understanding and Transforming Sentient Beings,” International Journal of Buddhist Thought & Culture 26/1 (June 2016): 101-125.
* Yao-ming Tsai, “Meditative Practices as Determinative Factors in Constructing and Understanding the Spatial World,” presented at the 2017 Annual Meeting, The American Academy of Religion (AAR), in Boston, Massachusetts USA, November 18-21, 2017, 19 pages.
 
第6週
4/06  * Fernando Tola, Carmen Dragonetti, “The Vimsatika vijnaptimatratasiddhih,” Being as Consciousness: Yogācāra Philosophy of Buddhism, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2004, pp. 78-122. 
第7週
4/13  * Fernando Tola, Carmen Dragonetti, “The Vimsatika vijnaptimatratasiddhih,” Being as Consciousness: Yogācāra Philosophy of Buddhism, Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 2004, pp. 78-122. 
第8週
4/20  * Dan Arnold, “Ch. 2: The Cognitive-Scientific Revolution: Computationalism and the Problem of Mental Causation,” Brains, Buddhas, and Believing, New York: Columbia University Press, 2012, pp. 48-80. 
第9週
4/27  * Dan Arnold, “Concluding Reflections: Religious Studies and philosophy of Mind,” Brains, Buddhas, and Believing, New York: Columbia University Press, 2012, pp. 236-243. 
第10週
5/04  * Tao Jiang, “Chapter 1: The Origin of the Concept of Alayavijñana,” Contexts and Dialogue: Yogācāra Buddhism and Modern Psychology on the Subliminal Mind, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006, pp, 21-47. 
第11週
5/11  * Tao Jiang, “Chapter 5: Accessibility of the Subliminal Mind: Transcendence versus Immanence,” Contexts and Dialogue: Yogācāra Buddhism and Modern Psychology on the Subliminal Mind, Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2006, pp, 128-144. 
第12週
5/18  * Nancy Liebler, Sandra Moss, “Part 1: Finding Another Way,” Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way: Creating Happiness with Meditation, Yoga, and Ayurveda, Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, pp. 5-96. 
第13週
5/25  * Nancy Liebler, Sandra Moss, “Part 1: Finding Another Way,” Healing Depression the Mind-Body Way: Creating Happiness with Meditation, Yoga, and Ayurveda, Hoboken: Wiley, 2009, pp. 5-96. 
第14週
6/01  * Gregory Fields, “Chapter One: Body and Philosophies of Healing,” Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001, pp. 11-44. 
第15週
6/08  * Gregory Fields, “Chapter Three: Classical Yoga as A Religious Therapeutic,” Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001, pp. 83-137. 
第16週
6/15  * Gregory Fields, “Chapter Three: Classical Yoga as A Religious Therapeutic,” Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001, pp. 83-137. 
第17週
6/22  * Gregory Fields, “Chapter Four: Tantra and Aesthetic Therapeutics,” Religious Therapeutics: Body and Health in Yoga, Āyurveda, and Tantra, Albany: State University of New York, 2001, pp. 139-166.